Our student life is awesome!

Not only should school be academically rigorous, it should also be fun!

From football and lacrosse to robotics club and drama, our student life is awesome!

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After school sports, clubs and activities

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Field trips taken during the 18-19 school year

Student Life

Each campus crafts its own after school program to match the unique interests of their students. Activities may include offerings ranging from art and music to sports and tutoring.

Sports-Intramural, JV and Varsity

PIAA High School Athletic Teams

  • Baseball
  • Boys and Girls Basketball
  • Co-ed Cheerleading/Spirit
  • Co-ed Cross Country
  • Football
  • Co-ed Indoor Track
  • Boys and Girls Lacrosse
  • Boys Soccer
  • Softball
  • Co-ed Track & Field
  • Boys and Girls Volleyball
  • Boys and Girls Rugby

NJSIAA High School Athletic Teams

  • Boys and Girls Soccer
  • Co-ed Cross Country
  • Boys and Girls Basketball
  • Co-ed Cheerleading/Spirit
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Co-ed Track

Interscholastic Middle School Athletic Teams

  • Boys and Girls Basketball
  • Co-ed Cross Country
  • Co-ed Cheerleading/Spirit
  • Co-ed Flag Football
  • Co-ed Soccer
  • Co-ed Softball
  • Co-ed Track
  • Co-ed Volleyball
  • Co-ed Wrestling

Academic and Enrichment Clubs

  • 8th Grade Leaders
  • Akili: Mindfulness through Hip Hop
  • Anime Club
  • Aromatherapy
  • Art Club
  • Ballet
  • Basketball
  • Board Games
  • Book Club
  • Building
  • Cheerleaders
  • Chess Club
  • Choir
  • Coding Dojo
  • College Dorm Sports Club
  • Comic
  • Community Service
  • Computer Club
  • Concert Choir
  • Cooking Club
  • Cosmic Yoga
  • Cursive and Caligraphy
  • Dance Club
  • DIVAs
  • DJ Club
  • Dope Girls Inc
  • Dora Milaje
  • Double Dutch
  • Drama Club
  • Drill Team
  • Drumline
  • Ensemble/Studio
  • ESL
  • F.O.O.D. Boxing Clun
  • Fishadelphia
  • Fit Club
  • Flag Football
  • Football
  • Game Club
  • Gardening Club
  • Girl Scout
  • Girls Club
  • Girl’s Etiquette Club
  • Girls on the Run
  • Girls Scout
  • Glee Club
  • Golf/Hockey Combo
  • GSA
  • Guitar
  • Hockey
  • Homework Club
  • Honor Society
  • Hoop a Thon
  • Horror Club
  • Hula Hoop Club
  • I Run this City
  • Jewelry Making
  • Jump Rope
  • Kickboxing
  • Kids Club
  • Kimmel Center Artists
  • Knitting Club
  • Ladies of Distinction
  • Ladies of Excellence
  • Latin Dance
  • LEGO
  • Lego Robotics
  • Library (Study Hall)
  • Literary Magazine
  • Livewire
  • Math
  • Math Counts
  • Math Games
  • Math Hoops
  • Math Moguls
  • Men of Honor
  • MGD/DIVAS
  • Mindful Coloring
  • Mindfulness through Art
  • Mindfulness/Meditation
  • Movie
  • MTS – mentoring through sports
  • Music
  • Music
  • My Daughters Kitchen
  • National Honor Society
  • Nature Club
  • Nature Documentary
  • News and Media
  • Newspaper
  • NHS
  • Origami Club
  • Outdoor Club
  • Pastorius Home Economics
  • Pep Squad
  • Phonics
  • Play Duo
  • Playstation VR
  • Poetry
  • Positive Image
  • Power of 3: Film
  • Pretty Brown Girls
  • PSSA Prep
  • Puzzle
  • Reading Rules!
  • Robotics
  • Robots and Coding
  • Rugby
  • Running Club
  • Science Club
  • Scrabble/Word Games
  • Self Defense
  • Settlement orchestra
  • Sewing
  • Sex Ed
  • SGA (Student Gov Assoc.)
  • Sibling Room
  • Singers
  • Sisterhood Group
  • Skills for Life
  • Soccer Club
  • Softball
  • Sports Skills
  • Stay Woke (Choir)
  • Stay Woke (Poetry)
  • Stay Woke (Production)
  • STEM
  • STEP
  • Student Council
  • Student Government Club
  • Student Leaders
  • Studio Club
  • Super Science
  • Taekwodoe
  • Technology
  • Tennis
  • Theatre
  • Tones
  • Track and Field
  • Triple G (Gardening)
  • Tunes
  • TV Club
  • Video Game
  • WOW Girls
  • Writing
  • Yearbook
  • Yoga
  • Yoga and Chess
  • Yoga Club
  • Young Authors & Illustrators
  • Young Girls Club
  • Young Ladies of Mastery
  • Young Ladies of Mastery JR
  • Young Scholars
  • Zumba

Intentional School Culture Model

Each Mastery school has a dedicated school culture team that is responsible for ensuring a positive and safe school community. Our schools adopt common rituals such as morning circles, community meetings, and school events that celebrate the school community and the joy of learning. At the same time, we ensure that school rules and values are consistently supported and enforced. Our teachers adopt common school-wide classroom behavior systems so students are held to consistently high expectations. We intentionally create a community that balances structure and student independence so schools feel both orderly and joyful. College banners and hallways full of student work send the message that students are expected to achieve at the highest levels.

 

 

Community Building

Mastery schools strive to create strong classroom and school communities through programs such Morning Meeting and Community Meeting. All elementary students begin their day in a fun and engaging way that helps them prepare for academic and social emotional learning. All students participate in a weekly Community Meeting where they build community through chants and cheers, engage in friendly competitions, and celebrate their grade peer accomplishments.

 

Restorative Practices

Our school disciplinary system is organized around Restorative Practices, an approach that supports students in taking personal responsibility for their wrongdoing and repairing any negative impact their actions caused to relationships within the school community. Our approach blends emotional support systems, leadership opportunities, restorative consequences, traditional consequences, and well-defined expectations and limits. Our goal is to establish clear boundaries for behavior while building students personal effectiveness and reinforcing the value of relationships and the school community.

 

Academic Program

Engaging and rigorous. Developing independence and critical thinking skills.

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College and Career Prep

Partnering with students for life after graduation.

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Family and Community Engagement

Mastery families are our partners.

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