Students are involved in varied pursuits, not because they feel obligated, but because they have a true passion and interest in the world around them. With more than 70 clubs and organizations, opportunities abound. And if you can’t find the kind of club you you’re looking for, you’re very much encouraged to start your own!


All-School Council

The All-School Council comprises the student body president and student body vice president, class presidents and representatives, the head and vice head of boarders, the head of day students, co-heads of diversity, coheads of entertainment, coheads of environmental affairs, and faculty representatives. The All-School Council meets on Tuesdays at 5:45 p.m. Council meetings are open to all members of the CA community.

The All-School Council takes an active role in representing the student body when reviewing policies, discussing issues, and formulating proposals. All proposals passed at All-School Meetings are recommended to the head of school. The council sponsors Club Expo and Winterfest, and other weekend events on campus. Above all, the All-School Council affords students the opportunity to have input in the daily life of the school.

Discipline Committee

The Discipline Committee is a student-faculty committee that hears cases concerning students suspected of violating, or found in violation of, the school’s major rules. The committee’s role is to listen to the evidence, ask questions concerning the evidence, deliberate, and make recommendations to the head of school. The Discipline Committee comprises two faculty members, the dean of students and community life, and three students who rotate from an elected group of ten students. Additionally, there are two faculty members and three house faculty members who rotate on the committee from September to June. The dean of students and community life serves as the nonvoting convener of the committee for the school year. The Discipline Committee ‘s recommendation must be approved by the head of school. The convener reviews disciplinary procedures with the committee at the beginning of each committee hearing.


Clubs and Affinity Groups

One of Concord Academy’s several student singing groups
  • A Cappella Club
  • A Team
  • Alianza Latina
    Alianza Latina is the Latinx affinity group at Concord Academy. As minorities at CA, Alianza members want to harbor and share their culture with the greater CA community. Alianza Latinx connect with cultural roots by reading and discussing Latinx art, films, and literature, dancing to Caribbean beats, and most importantly, eating tantalizing Latinx meals. Alianza was founded on the concept of unity, where students with similar backgrounds and heritages may come together, support each other, and celebrate a shared culture.
  • Anime Club
  • Art Club
  • Astronomy Club
  • Bad Movie Club
  • Baseball Club
  • Big Data Club
  • BioBuilder Club
  • Blazer Club
  • CA Dance Project
  • CA Docs
  • CA History Club
  • Canoeing Club
  • Cabaret
  • Ceramics Club
  • The Centipede (student newspaper)
  • The Chameleon (student literary group)
  • Chameleons (a cappella group)
  • Chemistry Club
  • Chess Club
  • Chorus
  • College for Cambodia (CFC)
  • Comedy Club
  • Concord Academy Students in Action (CASA)
  • Concord Cabaret
  • Conversationalist Conference
  • Creative Fiction Club
  • Current Events Club
  • Debate Club
  • DEMONS (Engineering) Club
  • Dessert Club
  • Drop
  • Dubstep
  • East Asian Students Association
  • Entrepreneur Club
  • Film Club
  • French Club
  • Gaming Club
  • Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
    The CA Gender and Sexuality Alliance provides an open and accepting environment to promote equality, to educate the CA community, and to discuss LGBTQ+ issues.
CA students hiking Mount Moosilauke
  • German Club
  • Girls A cappella
  • Gourmet Club
  • Green Club
  • Head Tour Guide Conference
  • Hip Hop and Soul
  • International Student Organization (ISO)
    ISO is a group that supports the international students and facilitates their lives at CA. Here, “international students” pertain to students who have homes outside of United States. However, to broaden the scope of participation in our community, we welcome all students to participate in meetings and discussions which include international traditions, relations, lifestyles, and experiences. ISO also eases the transition of non-native students into the life and study at CA. Some of the ways ISO helps are by organizing taxis during vacations, hosting restaurant trips for bonding, and celebrating various holidays and traditions.
  • International Feminist Organization
    International Feminist Organization is an open forum for members of the CA community to discuss gender in the context of today’s society. Women’s Org. is a place of awareness, affinity, debate, and activism. We strive to educate community members to recognize gender inequality in its various forms, on institutional and individual levels, and to provide them with the tools to make meaningful change, however small.
  • Investment Club
  • Italian Club
  • Jazz Club
  • Jewish Student Organization (JSO)
    The Jewish Student Organization recognizes that Judaism means something different to each Jewish member of the CA community. Our goal is to raise awareness about Judaism, specifically the holidays, through announcements, celebrations, and open meetings.
  • Mandarin Club
  • Math Olympiad Club
  • Mathematical Puzzle and Research Society
  • Men of Color Alliance (MoCA)
  • Microfinance Club
  • Mock Trial Club
  • Model UN
    CA Model UN has been a strong and dedicated team for many decades, traveling to 3-4 overnight and 1-2 day conferences per year. We’ve been running our own conference, CAMUN, since 2004, hosting around 200 delegates from 20 schools.


Showcasing student clubs at Winterfest
  • Multiethnic Student Organization (MESO)
    MESO is an affinity group dedicated to creating a supportive and comfortable environment in which people engage in discussions regarding multi-cultural aspects of their identities. Recognizing that the CA student body is comprised of people from multiple and often conflicting backgrounds, MESO hopes to help those who struggle with self-identification issues stemming from mixed race, culture, ethnicity, etc. Ultimately, MESO strives to raise awareness in our community though open meetings, fundraising, and student activities
  • Muslim Students Organization (MSO)
  • Origami Club
  • Outdoor Club
  • Philosophy Club
  • Photo Club
  • The Pitches (girls a cappella)
  • Poetry Club
  • Pokemon Fan Club Conference
  • Producers Club
  • Programming Club
  • Project CA
  • Psychology Club
  • Queer People of Color (QPoC)
  • Queer and Questioning (Q^2, an affinity space for those who are queer and/or questionoing their gender identity or sexuality)
  • Quiz Bowl
  • Recycling
  • Reggae Appreciation Club
  • Republican Club
  • The Scallion
    (student humor newspaper)
  • Science Fiction Club
  • Science Topics Club
  • Slam Poetry
  • Snack Club
  • South Asian Student Society (SASS)
  • SouthEast Asian Society
  • Spanish Club
  • Spark (inventors club)
  • Speech and Debate
  • Swing Dance Club
  • Tea Club
  • The Harry Potter Club
  • The Improv Club
  • Theater Outings
  • Tour Guides
  • Umoja (Black/African American/African Caribbean affinity group)
  • Women of Color Alliance (WoCA)
  • Word Club
  • Yearbook
  • Youth in Philanthrophy (YIP)
  • Young Democrats