School Clubs and Organizations

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Student Organizations

PSD encourages the formation of and active participation in student activities and organizations (clubs) and to allow clubs to meet at school as provided for under District Policy IGDA. Student organizations may be school-sponsored, and at the secondary level (middle and high school) may also be student-initiated and led. All clubs must operate under PSD policy IGDA. Student-led clubs are also subject to the Federal Equal Access Act.

  • School-sponsored clubs can be established at the discretion of the district. These activities and organizations are considered part of the school program. To see school-sponsored clubs available at your school, please visit your school website.
  • Student-initiated and led clubs/organizations are created by middle and high school students. Students interested in starting a club at their school should submit this Application for a Student-Initiated and Led Organization. See below for a listing of student-led clubs at secondary schools.

 

Student-Initiated & Led Clubs Listing by School

If you have difficulty accessing this information (such as with an assistive technology device) or would like it in another format (like in another language), please contact your school, family liaison or email info@psdschools.org.
 

Middle Schools

Links to information for each school will be available when student-led clubs are established. 

 

High Schools

Links to information for each school will be available when student-led clubs are established. 

  • Centennial Led-Initiated Clubs
  • Polaris 9-12 Student-Led Clubs
  • Poudre Community Academy Student-Led Clubs
  • Poudre Global Academy 9-12 Student-Led Clubs 

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