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Make your mark

Would you like to see your writing in print, organize support for an environmental idea, or run a mock election? Do you want to film a student production, compete with other high schools in math, or promote the visual arts all over campus? Whatever your inclination, whatever you’d like to try, Milton has opportunities for you. Milton’s wide range of clubs and activities profoundly affects students’ lives; students experience leadership, teamwork, performance and service.

Campus and Community Service

Your Milton experience will be enriched by service opportunities both on and off campus. Programs begin right here at Milton, extend into the Greater Boston area, and even include Milton Academy chapters of national and global service organizations.

Service Opportunities at Milton

Advocates for Students with Disabilities (ADA)

Amnesty International

Community Engagement Program

For The Students

Habitat for Humanity

Lorax (environmental organization)

Orange and Blue Key tour guide program

Peer Writing Tutors

Public Issues Board

Sustainability Board

TextLess Live More

Student Leadership Opportunities

As a student-elected leader, your input can have a real impact on life at Milton. Strengthen your public-speaking skills, learn diplomacy and organization, get to know your school administrators, and translate your ideas and your classmates’ ideas into action.

Leadership Opportunities at Milton

Self-Governing Association

Boarding Council

Day Council

Student Activities Association

Athletic Association

Cultural Groups

Share in the diversity at Milton by joining one of the active cultural groups on campus. Each group warmly welcomes students of all backgrounds.

Groups at Milton

African Student Association

Asian Society

Brother/Non-Binary Bonding (affinity group to support Black boys and nonbinary students)

Caribbean Students Association

Christian Fellowship

Cultural Council (Student DEIJ leaders)

French Club

GASP! (Gender and Sexuality Perspectives)

International Students Club

Jaded Matrix (affinity group to support Black girls and nonbinary students)

Jewish Student Union

Latinx Association

LGBTQ+ Affinity (affinity group for LGBTQ+ students)

Multi (discussion group for biracial and multiracial students)

Muslim Student Association

ONYX (Black culture club)

QPOC (affinity group for Queer People of Color)

Spanish Club

SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equity)

SAMENA (South Asian, Middle Eastern (West Asian), and North African students)

Tang (Chinese culture club)

Trans/Non-binary affinity

Special Interest Clubs

Interests at Milton extend beyond the classroom, fields or stage. Anyone can join, and anyone can bring their own interests and hobbies to share with classmates.

Clubs at Milton

Anime Club

Architecture Club

Art with a Social Conscience

Astronomy Club

Biology Club


Chess Club

Classical Music Club

Classics Club

Comics For a Cause

Data and Sports Analytics Club

Econs Club

Entrepreneurship Club

Ep!c A Cappella

Fashion & Design Club (F&D)

Film Club

GAINS (Girls Advancing in STEM)

Gardening club

Girls Who Code (GWC)

Gospel Choir

Hip-Hop Club

History Club

Invest in Girls

Investment Club

Linguistics Club

Math Club

Meditation Club

Microfinance Club

Milton Art Club (MAC)

Milton Progressives

Miltones A Capella

Mock Trial

Model UN

Octet A Capella

Partners in Health/Future Health Professionals

Philosophy Club

Piece of Mind

Poetry for the People (P4P)

Programming Club

Psychology Club

Resonate A Capella

Ritmo (Latin dance group)

Robotics Team

Science and Engineering Club

Science Olympiad

Speech and Debate Team

Stang Stories

Step Team

Student Wellness Association

Students Against Destructive Decisions

The Milton Academy Parliamentary Debate Team

Women in Athletics

Student Publications

Poet, journalist, or critic, you can become a published writer at Milton. No prior experience required!

Student Publications at Milton

The Milton Measure

The Milton Paper

The Milton Academy Yearbook

Magus/Mabus (literary magazine)

La Voz (Spanish online publication)

Loose-leaf (Asian magazine)

Helix (science magazine)

The F-Word (feminist magazine)

Centre Street Journal


The Arch (architecture)

Stepping into leadership opportunities, specifically thinking of affinity groups and culture clubs, has been meaningful. For me, it was the Multicultural Club. It was really enjoyable to have my opinions heard, and even though I’m an underclassman being able to have leadership positions in that club space. Knowing it’s not necessarily about superiority but it’s about your views and plans for that club and having a good space built up.

Ava heredia '24

Iowa City, Iowa