Clubs and Activities
Like our curriculum, our program of clubs and activities is always dynamic, never static. We offer a range of opportunities for student growth and exploration through service-oriented clubs like Sports United and Equine Welfare Club, cultural clubs like World Culture Club, and opportunities where students can prepare for the real world, such as the Future Medical Leaders Club. We also offer leadership opportunities through our Residential Life program (Dorm Proctors) and our Work Study program. All students participate in at least one activity, though most participate in two. When students have a strong interest in developing new clubs, we support and encourage their ideas. A spirit of innovation and social responsibility pervades many of our activities, notably National Honor Society, and our most active club--Student Council. Whether performing in a rock band or taking pictures for the Roseleaves yearbook, Knox Students dive into these experiences with energy and commitment.
Student clubs offer leadership opportunities while allowing students to explore new interests.
Our Mindfulness, Yoga & Meditation club allows students to relax and refresh.
Model UN traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in The Washington International Relations Conference (WIRC) hosted by American University.