Millbrook School encourages students to pursue their interests and passions outside of the classroom. The clubs and activities period is designed to allow students to meet with peers who share those same interests and passions. Activities are student-led, enabling students to assume a leadership role in the community. Some examples of clubs and activities include:

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  • Anime Club

    Anime Club gathers anime lovers together on a regular basis to enjoy watching and discussing anime.
  • Book Club

    Members of the book club read books and discuss what was read as a group.
  • Debate Club

    The purpose of the debate club is to enhance logical argumentation, to practice and acquire debate skills, and to learn about law. The members of the club participate in mock trial tournaments regularly to put what they have learned and discussed into practice.
  • Diversity

    Diversity club offers a safe place to openly discuss and celebrate all aspects of diversity and to present differing views while listening respectfully to the viewpoints of others.

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  • Environmental Council

    Members integrate environmental stewardship into the programs, policies, and activities of Millbrook, recommend annual actions/projects to the head of school, and participate in the discussion of environmental issues as they relate to Millbrook.
  • Spiritual Life Committee

    Students tend to spiritual life in the community in all of its dimensions, provide the opportunity for the community to discuss issues related to religious and spiritual life, and plan various chapel talks and services.
  • Midnight Run / Bright Nights / Outreach

    Student members of Outreach provide community service and assistance to people in need. The group distributes food to local soup kitchens and clothing to homeless people in New York City and Poughkeepsie.

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    Students Concerned About Planet Earth (SCAPE) members develop leadership roles in environmental action and in practicing sustainability, focusing on both local campus and wider global issues.
  • Tamarack

    Students produce an annual yearbook that serves as a historical document and record of all aspects of school life.
  • The Silo

    Students produce a newspaper that is published eight times within the academic year.