Student Life

Clubs & Activities

Here, when classes are done, you’ll spend the afternoon diving into the things you love, whether sports, arts, or more than 30 student organizations and activities. Student clubs are a great way for you to try something new or to connect with others who share your interests. And because they’re run by you and your classmates, clubs are also a great way for you to build leadership skills.

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  • Ambassadors

    Student Ambassadors work with the Admissions Office to better inform prospective students (and family members) about all that makes St. Timothy’s so special. They not only conduct daily tours of the School but also help to organize open houses and other special events.
  • American Sign Language Club

    The American Sign Language (ASL) Club at St. Timothy’s strives to create an engaging, fun, and informative environment for students interested in learning the basics of ASL and practice, while simultaneously learning about Deaf culture and history.  
  • Baltimore Girls Schools Coalition (BGSLC)

    A select number of girls from the Fours, Fixes, and Sixes class are accepted into the BGSLC, which is a prestigious coalition of girls’ schools in the Baltimore area, including Bryn Mawr, Roland Park, Garrison Forest, and St. Paul’s School for Girls. The coalition meets four times during the year and goes on a winter retreat to discuss pertinent issues that affect female leadership now and in the future.
  • Black Awareness Club (BAC)

    The BAC (Black Awareness Club) was established to underline the issues faced by the members of the African Diaspora while also aiding in the telling of black history on the campus. BAC is responsible for the annual MLK Day daylong presentation and a plethora of activities and educational programming during February (Black History Month). St. Timothy's BAC welcomes members of all backgrounds and reveres the diversity in both the club and in the entirety of the St. Timothy's community and desires for all people's stories to be told. 
  • Entrepreneurship Club

    The Entrepreneurship Club is dedicated to encouraging the spirit of entrepreneurship among St. Timothy's students. 
  • Equestrian Club

    The Equestrian Club functions as a bridge between the riding program and the general campus through equestrian education, community service, sportsmanship, and ambassadorship. Members perform duties to learn about show management. They attend equine related events to give them a broader experience, represent the riding program to non-riding students, help fundraise to benefit the program, and act as community representatives of St. Timothy’s by contributing charitable service and demonstrating exemplary sportsmanship.
  • Future Alumnae Leadership Council (FALC)

    The Future Alumnae Leadership Council educates and prepares St. Timothy's students for future leadership roles and give them opportunities to interact with School administrators and alumnae leaders.
  • Girl Up

    Girl Up is a club that is interested in discussing and raising awareness about issues related to the empowerment of girls and women around the world. If you like learning about and working for the betterment of conditions faced by girls and women on a local and global scale, this club is for you!
  • Handbell Choir

    The St. Timothy’s four-and-a-half octave English Handbell Choir is a long honored tradition and is part of the fabric of School life. The Bell Choir performs on and off campus throughout the year at events such as the annual Lessons and Carols holiday program; our Cum Laude Society induction in the spring; and at Commencement every June.
    When the audience hears these beautiful hand cast bells, they are entranced by their sparkling tones and by the tight coordination of 14 girls who make the many bells flow into one sound. The oldest bells in our set were made by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in England, a company that has existed for more than 300 years. Whitechapel cast the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, the famous Big Ben in London, and a bell that was rung to celebrate the opening of the 2012 London Summer Olympics.

    In their IB journals, students often reflect upon the sense of camaraderie and enjoyment they feel while working on challenging pieces together. The members of the Handbell Choir often form close bonds and lasting friendships. Some of the students go on to perform in bell choirs in college and/or local churches.
  • Interfaith Club

    St. Timothy's has girls from all around the world and from various religious backgrounds. The Interfaith Club's mission is to learn and celebrate these faiths. The club meets every week to discuss and plan formal dinners to celebrate religious holidays, Chapel services, and special events such as the annual Lessons and Carols holiday program.
  • International Club

    The International Club celebrates cultural diversity at St. Timothy’s. Not only does the group discuss the various cultures represented at St. Timothy’s, but they also explore the traditions of other cultures as well. The club hosts the International Festival during Family Weekend. They also work throughout the year to plan special formal dinners that highlight the cuisine of the various cultures represented within our community.
  • Model United Nations

    Each year high school students participate in a variety of Model United Nations programs worldwide. All programs have as their mission to increase international understanding and develop the art of peaceful negotiation among potential national and international leaders. Program participants are assigned a country that they will represent in a simulated General Assembly session. Several international political issues are identified by the group sponsoring the Model UN session. Participants meet, caucus, prepare policy papers, debate issues, draft and vote on resolutions.
  • Moongates

    The Moongates is the St. Timothy’s School a cappella group. The group performs at major events throughout the year, including Family Weekend, Lessons and Carols, Commencement and Reunion Weekend, and the International Fashion Show of Wearable Art.
  • Music Club

    The Music Club allows St. Timothy's students to explore and show off their musical talents.
  • Photography & Film

    The Photography and Film club brings together students who share an interest in film and photography. Students gather to practice their craft and use our beautiful campus as their studio!
  • Social Justice Dialogue Club

    The Social Justice Dialogue Club is a space for students to engage across difference of perspective and identity and explore social justice issues happening in the United States and across the globe. The Social Justice Dialogue Club welcomes members of all backgrounds to join in discussion. 
  • STEM Club

    The STEM Club is engaged in a variety of activities this year. We have students learning SWIFT coding language with a goal to make an application in the app store. We also have a group of students working on 3D printing designs in creative ways. Another group is working on programming robots to perform various activities. Yet another group is learning the logic and critical thinking behind the game of chess. We also have various activities planned throughout the year, like math competitions, breakout boxes, electronic circuit greeting cards, and other STEM-related projects.
  • Yearbook

    Yearbook works diligently throughout the year to collect pictures and put together a wonderful collection of the St. Timothy's experience for girls to take home and cherish forever.