Student-run a cappella singing group. Members are chosen through audition.
Our large offering of after school activities has something for every student. From non-competitive sports to arts to robotics, every student can find an activity!
We believe that educating students is not just about academics, it is also about having new experiences, finding passions, and learning to collaborate. As our students move through our international school, we want to help them have fun, learn new skills, see new places, meet different kinds of people, and take on leadership roles through our after school programs.
Our offerings vary from year to year, depending on interest.
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Amnesty International aims to identify, bring attention to, and petition grave abuses of human rights across the world. A movement of over 3 million activists and supporters, Amnesty uses the power of international pressure to affect change.
Art Club for Grades K5–12
Sewing & Fibers club explores natural and synthetic dyes, discovering the different forms of textiles, hand weaving and machine sewing with connections to Math & Science.
Join your fellow Rebels on the baseball pitch! All skill levels are welcome.
Join a small ensemble of beginner violin players to learn the basics of the beautiful instrument!
Enjoy the beauty of the Parc de Saint-Cloud with this active club! Our new ASP Bike Program extends beyond the school and into this fun afternoon activity.
Ceramics offers students time to build skills and confidence in hand building clay vessels with connections will be made with nature, form & function and story-telling.
Cross country Tuesday/Thursdays for grades 6–8.
Design and build robots for the FIRST Lego League!
Welcome to fun club sports, a place where our younger students get active after school!
Green Team is an environmental club that is dedicated to preserving and protecting the environment at ASP and beyond.
Humanities Lab offers a 1.5-hour open session where students in Grades 6, 7 and 8 can come and get support for social studies, English, science or other classes as needed.
India Club raises funds and collects donations for the Jyoti School for handicapped children in Rishekesh, India
INK is ASP's student-led literary magazine. We take part in expeditions into Paris (Shakespeare & Co most recently), host an open-mic literary evening every year and publish a magazine containing student photography, poetry, short fiction, essays, graphic stories, etc.
Innovation club explores the latest design, science and technology concepts. Students will be encouraged to create and experiment with various ideas to come up with innovative ideas and test them.
Interactive Design Club is an opportunity for students to explore creative applications of design thinking, coding, electronics and digital fabrication technology.
A continuation of Beginner violin and exclusively for those that were enrolled in Beginner violin last school year 2020–2021.
Upper School musicians with at least 2–3 years of playing experience are welcome to join on the following instruments: Flute, alto / tenor / baritone saxophones, trumpet, trombone / euphonium, electric guitar, piano, bass and drum kit.
This club is focused on improving Math skills, but from a different perspective. In the club, we tackle math problems using “outside of the box” thinking.