At Indian Springs School, 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.
The goals of the Asian Culture club are to teach members about Asian culture and history and promote diversity and inclusion in the community, especially for Asian minorities, and have a fun and friendly environment for all.
Barbie Movie Club watches the Barbie original movies and has fun discussions about the movies’ impact on members. Members eat Barbie-themed snacks and vote on their favorite Barbie movie at the end of the year.
Book Club members read 2-4 books a year, hold discussions on said books, and include in-depth personal reflections on books beyond the school curriculum. They learn about each other and the way books influence their understanding of the world around them.
Bringing Change to Mind (BC2M) is a student-led club initiative that encourages teens to explore mental health topics in a safe and supportive environment in order to normalize conversations and eliminate stigma within their communities.
Nathaniel Shaw Street’s Assorted Doo Wop & Acapella CD Collection Appreciation Club fosters love and thorough appreciation of the worlds of Doo Wop and Acapella. Members participate in discussions and listen to and learn about the history of Doo Wop and Acapella.
The Feminine Affinity Club focuses on promoting community at Indian Springs among women and/or femme advocates. Members converse about issues women face, organize outreach programs, and host events (including but not limited to: a feminine hygiene product drive, diaper drive for teenage mothers, body-image discussions, etc.)
Junior United Nations Assembly (JUNA) participates in the JUNA conference, a student-run model United Nations Assembly for Alabama students, educating on the importance of using one's voice and learning about the world.
The Mountain Biking Club provides a stress-relieving space for students to ride bikes together. It aims to foster a community that can learn from and support each other, as well as work together to give back to the community through bike-related volunteer work.
Physics Club is for those looking to put their previous physics knowledge to the test. Members will be preparing for the F=ma exam given by the American Association of Physics Teachers with the goal of members possibly joining this year's U.S. Physics Team through their performance on this exam. In addition, students will be honing their physics knowledge through practice exams and hands-on experiments.
Sustainability Club advocates for sustainable practices within the school and broader Birmingham community by educating others, collecting trash, and organizing fundraisers to support environmental efforts.