Student Life

Clubs & Activities

Indian Springs Clubs & Activities

At Indian Springs, every club is student-managed. Responsibility rests with its student members, who collaborate with a faculty advisor. This reflects our belief in individual and group initiative and ensures that clubs are expressions of student engagement. Clubs and activities may change from year to year, but they mirror the interests, concerns, and values of those who drive the experiences forward: our students.

Competitive Activities

Cultural Associations

Student Publications

Special Interest Clubs

Community Service

Since we opened our doors in 1952, Indian Springs students and faculty have devoted time to working together to better their campus and community. Committed to the ideal of participatory citizenship and the importance of engaging in community-minded efforts to shape and improve the world around us, the school dedicates a full class day each fall and spring to service.

Organized by our student Commissioners of Citizenship, our Development Days allow students to choose from on-campus service projects, from trail marking to weatherproofing benches to cleaning the chem lab, to off-campus projects at nonprofits throughout the Birmingham area. Examples of off-campus volunteer sites include the YWCA, First Light, Habitat for Humanity, Girls Inc., the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, and many more.

This important culture of service also extends to our student-run clubs, which organize service projects throughout the school year, and to the extracurricular opportunities our students pursue during the summer and year-round through programs such as Anytime Alabama, Peace Birmingham, and YouthServe.

Staff

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Hunter Wolfe

    Hunter Wolfe 

    Dean of Students, Economics Teacher
    205.733.2620
  • Photo of D'Anthony Allen

    D'Anthony Allen 

    English Teacher, Student Life Coordinator
    205.690.0070