A comprehensive list of Manual’s clubs

Students are always asking what clubs duPont Manual has, what time they meet and where. Here’s a list of all the information Manual RedEye has so far.

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Whether you’re looking to boost your resume or college application, wanting to get involved or just simply want to have a great time, school clubs are the place to start. Manual has a wide variety of clubs, most of which are open to any and everyone. Clubs never discriminate based on magnet, sex, gender, race or orientation. Rather, any limitations that are set come from a try-out (Science Olympiad, Quick Recall, Problem-Solvers, etc.) or having to be a certain grade level (Steering Committee). Tag along with friends or go solo to discover the different and unique clubs Manual has to offer. Students never know until they try, and it’s a great opportunity to ‘break out’ and find others with common interests or experiences. 

For further information about honor societies, check out:

From service to fostering community: Manual’s honor societies explained

This information has been filled out and updated to the best of knowledge. Not all clubs meet every week and schedule changes may occur. Students may benefit from contacting a sponsor, following the Remind code or checking before going to a meeting for the first time.

If a student has further information, updates or questions they should contact [email protected].