clubs and activities
Holistic learning happens by connecting theory to practice. Through the Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) program, we extend learning in New York beyond the classroom through hands-on experiences that build students' problem-solving, project-building and collaboration skills.
clubs and activities
Complete your international high school experience abroad by participating in a range of fun, exciting and diverse activities after class. All students at EF Academy New York engage in CAS activities alongside their academic studies.
Dive into your interests or discover a new passion. Clubs are all about exploration with friends.
Become a stronger athlete and a better team player by taking part in a variety of sports.
On campus, in New York or abroad – our Activities Coordinators make sure there's always a fun trip or activity to look forward to.
With 65 clubs a year, there's something for everyone at EF Academy New York. Co-curricular clubs keep students active and engaged through new experiences and skills development. Maybe you want to start your own club? Our Activities Coordinators can help you become your own club leader.
Our athletic program includes varsity and junior varsity sports teams, several of which have achieved statewide success. Students can also participate in intramural sports clubs on campus to stay active and healthy.
Our coaches are here to help you reach your athletic potential in whatever sport you choose – there to cheer you on and help you be the best you can be.
Get in touch with our athletics department: [email protected]
When you study at EF Academy New York, New York City becomes your classroom. Students deepen their learning and cultural understanding through organized trips to museums and exhibitions, outdoor excursions and hands-on experiments.
Our Activities Coordinators plan enriching activities, clubs and trips for students throughout the year. From karaoke nights to trips to Central Park, they keep our students engaged and excited about living and learning here in New York.
Students are encouraged to find or create opportunities to volunteer in the community, locally and globally, as part of the CAS program. These projects help students develop civic engagement skills, a sense of global responsibility and a commitment to public service.
Put learning into practice with real world experience. Our staff encourage students to find internship opportunities in fields of interest or participate in programs at top universities in Manhattan. These experiences strengthen their university applications, CVs and professional network.
Our co-curricular activities place an emphasis on developing future-proof skills that present students as well-rounded, forward-thinking individuals when applying to university and prepare them to lead the way towards new career paths.
Here are answers to some of the most common questions we receive about co-curricular activities at EF Academy New York