Clubs & Activities
Clubs are an extension of school life at Lyndon Academy in the lower school, middle school and upper school. Students build on leadership, speaking, critical thinking, and many other valuable life skills by participating in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities.
Science Olympiad and science fairs are extensions of our science, technology, engineering and math curriculum. Most schools refer to it as STEM curriculum. At Lyndon, it’s a small part of who we are. Students represent Lyndon in Drama Club beginning in 1st grade, attend Model UN to debate global issues, sing and perform in LGPE competitions, record history, govern, and plan social events.
Students have opportunities to shine in science competitions, take the stage in Drama Club, compete in Advanced Lego Robotics or Chess, rally the teams in pep band or drumline, sing like there is no tomorrow in “Noteworthy”, record history in the Audio/Visual Club, govern and plan social activities in the Student Council, design props for the drama club, and debate in Model UN.
There is much to get involved in at Lyndon Academy as students have opportunities to extend their day in the sciences, visual arts, performing arts, government, debate, and many other competitions.