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Learning extends beyond the classroom. Many important Portrait of a Graduate traits are developed through team competitions, expanded classroom opportunities, clubs, and community partnerships. Co-curricular activities are an essential piece of an EDS education. We are proud to offer a wide variety of co-curricular activities, providing balance to our challenging academic curriculum. Students are encouraged to participate, and are fully supported in learning life skills, leadership, time-management, collaboration and discipline. 

Clubs & Associations

  • Chess Club
  • Global Language National Honor Society
  • National Honor Society
  • Venture Club

Community Program Partnerships

  • Deaconess Health Science Institute
  • High School Art Show
  • Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership
  • IU Honors Foreign Language (Study Abroad)
  • Kiwanis Club
  • Richard G. Lugar Symposium
  • UE Engineering OPTIONS
  • UE Changemaker Challenge
  • Youth Senior Appreciation (Optimist Club)

Team Competitions

  • Academic Bowl
  • Archery 
  • Cheerleading
  • Mock Trial
  • Solo/Ensemble (Instrumental & Vocal)
  • Speech

Expanded Classroom Opportunities

  • Academic Bowl
  • Intersession
  • Mock Trial
  • Peer Tutoring
  • AP Capstone
  • Senior Internships
  • Senior Projects
  • Spring Musical

At Evansville Day School, students are actively encouraged to pursue their passions, and co-curriculars are one way students can engage in activities that interest them. In recent years, many student-driven co-curricular clubs have been formed, such as Girls Scouts, Running Club, Future Healthcare Workers, Archery, Venture Club (gaming), and Model UN. Faculty and administrators are open to hearing pitches for student initiatives and finding ways to support their passions.