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One of the most exciting aspects about being a part of Emma is deciding where to get involved! Our inspiring environment will help you to feel comfortable trying something new, or even starting a club of your own. 

Clubs and interest groups are organized around common pursuits, such as music performance, Mock Trial, and Science Olympiad; creating products like the school newspaper The Clock or Triangle literary magazine; a common purpose, interest, or area of advocacy; or providing a particular service to the school, such as our student leaders, EMbassador tour guides, and peer tutors.

At Emma, we believe that affinity groups provide a crucial space for students to engage in conversation and provide support for each other around issues that are unique to their specific cultural and societal experiences.  

Check our clubs, student leadership positions, affinity groups and more!

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