Extracurricular Clubs

Fairfield Prep encourages its students to participate in the various extracurricular activities offered. Extracurricular activities enable a student to discover new talents and make new friends.

Read/download the Clubs & Activities brochure.

Fairfield Prep uses specific guidelines for funding each of its clubs.

Throughout the school year, new extracurriculars are developed and introduced to the student body by students and faculty. Inquiries concerning extracurricular activities should be addressed to the Director of Student Activities & Christian Service, Mr. Corey Milazzo.

If you are interested in starting a new club please complete a New Club Proposal and submit it to Mr. Milazzo in the Student Life Center.

3Dmax CG Club

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Patricia Schickler
Student Leader: Lucas Yand (Yuxin Yang)
Meeting Place: X205
Typical weekday of meetings: Every Tuesday after school from 2:40-3:30 p.m.

In this club we will create animation, or paintings on computer. And we'll also going to learn techniques of computer effects which are used in movies. Generally speaking, this is an art club that doesn't use brushes and papers.

AACC (African-American Cultural Club)

Name of Moderator: Alecia Thomas
Student Leaders: Mario Williams/ Sheldon Williams
Meeting Place: Academic Center
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesdays, after school

The African-American Cultural Club is designed to expose students of all races to the African-American culture. We explore different topics such as racism, ageism, stereotypes etc. Athomas@fairfieldprep.org; (203) 254-4200 ext. 3377

Art Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Robert Fosse-Previs
Meeting Place: B302
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD


Art club is available to all Fairfield Prep students who wish to create art. There are no prerequisites or prior art training required. Students will have the use of the studio and supplies to create original works of art at their own pace. This is a great opportunity for students who would otherwise like to take an art class but cannot due to scheduling conflicts.

ASA (Asian Student Association)

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Alecia Thomas
Student Leaders: Bernston Valenzuela/ Ethan Anthony Meeting Place: Academic Center
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesdays, after school

ASA is the Asian Student Association for cultural diversity. The group is made up of discussions, debates, cultural exploration and guest speakers. It's a great way to learn about the Asian culture and its values. The group is open to anyone.

ASPIRA (Hispanic Student Association)

Name of Moderator: Alecia Thomas
Student Leaders: Alexander McMullen

Meeting Place: Academic Center
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesdays, after school

ASPIRA gathers together to expose students of all nationalities to the varieties of Hispanic cultures, enriched by group discussions, films, and trips that serve as an opportunity to explore leadership development in today's youth.

Astronomy Club

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Anna DiCenso
Student Leaders: Ben Martinez ‘17, Zach Arumugam ‘17, Siwon Yoo ‘18
Meeting Place: X303
Typical weekday of meetings: Mondays at 2:45 p.m.

The astronomy club meets weekly to discuss various bits of astronomical news as well as astrophysical concepts and phenomena. The club also meets one night a month on the Fairfield Prep campus for stargazing and observations. In the past, the club has heard from and met with several experts in the field on a wide array of topics. Throughout the year the Astronomy Club will go on field trips to nearby observatories and museums, including those of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. If you have an interest in the cosmos and want to learn more about it or want to share your knowledge with others, join us!

Audio/Video Club

Names of Moderator: Mr. Chesbro
Student Leaders: James Rivers and Tucker Spellane
Meeting Place: B203/X203
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesdays

The Audio/Video Club will analyze how audio and music impact film. The students in the club will take turns bringing in projects and offering different insights on the impact that both mediums of art have on each other. Towards the end of the year, the students may make a short film to share in class if they choose and the students will explain why they added certain audio or music to the film. This club will allow students with an interest in film and music to share, analyze, and discuss their interest with others.

Board Game Club

Name of Moderator: Brian Camus and Michelle Smith Student Leaders: Charlie Auray and Jack Smith Meeting Place: SLC
Typical weekday of meetings: Friday

The Board Game Club is a weekly club available to anyone who enjoys board games and some friendly competition. All skill levels welcome! We have lots of fun games to choose from or feel free to bring one of your favorites from home. We meet in the SLC on Fridays after school. Come check it out!

Bowling Club

Name of Moderator: TBD
Meeting place: Nutmeg Bowl (Fairfield)
Typical weekday of meetings: Tuesday and Thursday (December-March)

The Fairfield Prep Bowling Team meets every Tuesday for matches and Thursday for practice from December to March at Nutmeg Bowl in Fairfield. All students and all skill levels welcome!

Business Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. W. Shea
Student leader(s): Volunteers Needed
Meeting place: B-205 or A-103 pending availability
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesdays from Jan 3, 2018 - Mar 21, 2018

By participating in this club you will learn how to write a business plan in a defined market segment. In 2016 the focus was on green technologies. Each week will focus on the necessary elements of a solid, presentable business plan. Our concluding exercise is a presentation competition, in a manner similar to Shark Tank. The winning team will win $100.00. In order to prepare you will, in successive weeks, focus on the following elements:
Introduction, identifying opportunities and understanding market segment identification and sizing.
  1. Understanding your product. FeatureAdvantageBenefits analysis
  2. Understanding competition and how to perform competitive analysis.
  3. Making a sales forecast.
  4. Fundamentals of Budgeting and income statements.
  5. Learning evaluation techniques. You will learn how to value your company and determine how much money to ask for.
  6. Competition.
There will also be a presentation set instructing participants on how to prepare resumes and interviewing skills. If there is sufficient student interest, we will provide a forum for mock interviews focusing on either a prospective job or a college interview.

Card Game Club

Name of Moderator: Fr. Bret Stockdale, S.J.
Student leaders: Gabriel Aponte and Brendan Flynn
Meeting Place: Student Life Center
Typical weekday of meetings: Tuesdays, after school

The Card Game Club is a weekly club for anyone who enjoys playing cards. Some of the games we play are Texas Hold'em, Mao, and Crazy Eights ‐‐ just to name a few. If you enjoy these card games or have any other games we can play, come to the Student Life Center after school on Tuesdays to check it out (look for a table with green felt).

Cardinal Key Society

Name of Moderator: Ms. Melissa Laguzza
Meeting Place: X204b
Typical weekday of meetings: Twice a year, other than service required

Cardinal Key is open to all students, but freshmen. Cardinal Key members serve as service ambassadors to the school and are called upon from the Director of Admissions, the Fairfield Prep President, and the Development Office.

Chess Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Jamie Whiteman
Student Leaders: Teddy Whiteman, Robert Van Batenburg
Meeting Place: X308
Typical weekday of meetings: Tuesday, after school

Chess club is a club for all lovers of the simple game of chess. Anyone can join, especially from any skill level. We have both veterans of the game as well as beginners. Some of our leaders will even explain the game to anyone who has yet to learn it. In addition, we may host tournaments with a small prize, as well as chess puzzles to strengthen the chess brains.

Classics Club/Latin Honor Society

Name of Moderator: Ms. Koren Mumma
Student Leader: Ryan Dunn, Brendan Flynn, Nicholas Allen
Meeting Place: X208
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday, after school

The Classics Club allows students who enjoy the Latin language or Greek and Roman history to learn more about them. The club, open to everyone, will explore these topics with presentations, games, and movies just to name a few. If you find yourself starting every sentence with "Friends, Romans, countrymen..." or you enjoy some classic gladiator battles, come to X208 on Wednesdays to check out the Classics Club.

Conspiracies Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Jack Wallace
Student Leader: Robert Van Batenburg and Teddy Whiteman
Meeting Place: B406
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday, after school


Conspiracies Club is open to all skeptical students who want to discuss, present, and debate both current and historical conspiracies. We will meet every Wednesday in B404 with Mr. Wallace. All conspiracies will be considered.

Creative Writing Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Matthew Sather
Student Leaders: To Be Determined
Meeting Place: B204
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday

This club is for students who are interested in creative writing. We will practice writing skills, evaluate student work and organize the Bellarmine Review, the Literary Magazine of Fairfield Prep.

CT Science Fair Club

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Deborah Kiel
Student Leaders: Jon Siveyer
Meeting Place: x408
Typical weekday of meetings: 2:35 – 3:35 p.m. on day most suited to group

The CT Science fair is held in March. Students will meet with peers and advisor to come up with a project from September to November. Students will then meet to discuss their project and put forward a proposal to the Science Fair board. By Dec. 1 a full project is designed and students will independently work on them using the facilities of the school if required.

Cycling Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Robert Ford
Meeting Place: X309
Typical weekday of meetings: Thursdays, but by announcement - this club does not meet until the early Spring - there is no Fall component.

The Cycling Club at Fairfield Prep encourages cycling in all its forms ‐ pleasure riding on the road, racing, mountain biking, and bicycle care and maintenance. We meet to learn about opportunities and events in cycling and how to do your own repair work on your bike. We also meet for occasional rises from Prep or at other suitable locations.

Debate Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Griffin Reidy
Student Leaders: Thomas Paul (’17) & Benjamin Martinez (’17)
Meeting Place: X103
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

The Debate Club is a group of students who gather once per week to debate various topics ranging from important political issues, such as whether the United States should deploy troops to Syria, to more lighthearted topics, such as whether baseball is still “America’s Pastime.” Students also enter to compete in periodic interscholastic debate tournaments. All new members are welcome.

Diplomacy Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Brian Camus
Meeting Place: X407
Typical weekday of meetings: Meets every day for about ten minutes per day (orders can be emailed if you cannot show up in person).

If you have ever dreamed of global domination, then this is the club for you! This is like Risk, but better in every way. Set in pre‐WWI Europe, you will form/break alliances and negotiate your way to greatness. Come by X407 to learn how to play. No prior experience is required!

Encords (Jazz Choir); Co-Ed

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Christine Evans
Student Leaders: Nominated Seniors
Meeting Place: B304
Typical weekday of meetings: Thursdays 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

Encords produces three concerts each year; 2 at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts and 1 at the Apollo theater in Harlem. We focus year‐round on performing varieties of genres but the majority of music is from the jazz/pop/rock genre. Since this is a year‐long commitment, singers audition at the end of the current year for the following year’s ensemble. Expectations for vocalists are that they are able to read music, and are open to learning some jazz music theory as well as some improvisational skills.

Engineering Club

Name of Moderators: Mr. Anthony Dotolo
Student Leaders: Patrick Piekarski
Meeting Place: X405
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

Members of Fairfield Prep’s engineering club, the Lewis Engineering Society (LENSO), compete in a nationally orchestrated contest known as TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science). Each year the competition focuses on a particular theme that spans several fields, such as the relationship between energy and engineering. Club members prepare for the competition by conducting research on relevant topics and by working together to develop applied math skills. In addition to participating in the TEAMS competition, LENSO meets on a semi‐regular basis to discuss and explore topics of particular student interest.

Environmental Club

Name of Moderators: Mrs. Maura O’Connor and Mr. Anthony Dotolo
Student Leaders: Frank Gallagi
Meeting Place: X310
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday, before school, additional day TBD

The Environmental club is dedicated to creating solutions for sustainability problems present in our everyday lives. Club initiatives are student driven, and are designed to foster stewardship of our common home. Members engage in strategic planning, outreach, and project implementation, with the ultimate goal of supporting the Church’s social teachings on the interconnectedness of all things.

Fairfield Connection

Name of Moderator: TBD
Student Leaders: Owen Gannon
Meeting Place: Fairfield YMCA
Typical Weekdays of meetings: Friday, after school

The Fairfield Connection Club allows social opportunities to people with Special Needs. The club events are held one Friday a month at the Fairfield YMCA. The events consist of social interactions between the Fairfield Prep students and the SEPTA members. Activities at the events include playing basketball in the gym and playing board games. The events run from 7‐8:30 pm, service hours are awarded to consistent attendees.

Fantasy Sports Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Dee
Student Leaders: Brendan Flynn ‘17
Meeting Place: As needed
Typical weekday of meetings: As needed

This club is for students interested in participating in fantasy baseball. Basketball, golf and football. Drafts will be held in classrooms or online for sports. Please e‐mail Brendan Flynn at P17BFlynn@fairfieldprep.org if you are interested in participating in any of these leagues.

Fencing Club

Name of Moderator: TBD
Student Leaders: Haoxiang Zhang and Bowen Chen
Meeting Place: Fairfield Fencing Academy
Typical weekday of meetings: Friday, after school

Join the Fencing Club to learn and practice the great sport of fencing! All students are welcome to join this club regardless of prior experience. E‐mail Haoxiang Zhang at p18hzhang@fairfieldprep.org or Bowen Chen at p18bchen@fairfieldprep.org for more information!

Film Squad

Name of Moderator: Mr. Robert Fosse-Previs
Student Leaders: Zackary Furnari and Julian Richtarich
Meeting Place: B302
Typical weekday of meetings: Monday, after school

The Film Squad is a club that was created to give students the opportunity to make their own videos. The objective is to give students who share a passion for filmmaking a place to meet and make creative videos together. The club meets every week in B302 to talk and plan upcoming videos. Over the course of a month members plan, shoot, edit, and post their projects on the club's YouTube page.

French Honor Society (Société Honoraire de Francais)

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Jennifer Mauritz
Student Leaders: TBD
Meeting Place: X2O7
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

The French Honor Society inducts new members every Spring. Members must complete at least one full year of French at Prep maintaining an A average. The organization works to create interest in the study of French, explore Francophone cultures, and to give back to the community.

Gaelic Football Club

Name of Coach: Mr. Griffin Reidy
Student Leaders: John Feeney (’18) & TBD
Meeting Place: X103
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

Fairfield Prep’s Gaelic Football Club is a club sport that competes in Gaelic Football, Ireland’s biggest traditional sport. The Club meets periodically throughout the year in X103, and then it meets twice per week in Spring for practice at outdoor locations on campus. The highlight of the Club’s season is the high‐school state‐championship tournament played annually in June at the Fairfield County Irish Festival. The Club has experienced great success, capturing three state titles over the past four years. All new members are welcome; no prior experience is required.

Habitat for Humanity

Name of Moderator: Mr. Peter Francini
Student Leaders:
Meeting Place B104Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

The mission of the Habitat for Humanity Club is to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat governs on these basic principles: 1.) Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ; 2.) Focus on shelter; 3.) Advocate for affordable housing; 4.) Promote dignity and hope; 5.) Support sustainable and transformative development.

Historians Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Jack Wallace
Student Leaders: N/A
Meeting Place: B404
Typical weekday of meetings: Friday after school

The Historians Club is for the student who wishes to engage in history on a level beyond what is taught in the classroom. Student‐run presentations, historical trivia competitions (with prizes!), and movie viewings are standard at our weekly meetings. Everything from Attila the Hun to the "Red Scare" of the nineteen‐fifties has been discussed in depth. The club also competes in the Connecticut History Bowl in Newtown, taking first and third places in the last two years. We meet after school every Friday in B404. Stop on by!

Hearthstone Yearbook

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Lynne Chesbro
Student Leaders: Nick Allen ‘18, Steve Gniadek ‘18 & Bowen Chen ‘18
Meeting Place: B302
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

This club is open to all students who work on the production of the 208 page yearbook. The yearbook staff meets all year and designates one day after school each week (choice of editors) to work on the yearbook and work can be done at home as well.

Heroes Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Josef Tremblay
Student Leaders: Brendan Martinez and Samuel Jaramillo
Meeting Place: X209
Typical weekday of meetings: Monday, after school

At “The Heroes Club,” we will take a look at comic book heroes and their stories and apply that to reality. We will discuss comic related news as well as news about modern day heroes in our world and their influence on society. Student leaders take turns in picking a "hero" every quarter or month at Prep. "The Heroes Club" and will meet every Monday in X209 from 2:35pm until 3:30pm.

Ignatian Spiritual Warriors

Name of Moderator(s): Mrs. Michelle Smith and Fr. Bret Stockdale, S.J. (Chaplain)
Student Leader: Jack Smith and Brendan O’Hara
Meeting Place: X104
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday, after school

Come and join the Ignatian Spiritual Warriors in providing service to our school and communities! The Ignatian Spiritual Warriors host a number of food drives each year (ex. Thanksgiving Food Drive, Souper Bowl of Caring) in addition to our annual Fairfield Prep Blood Drive!

Irish Cultural Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Griffin Reidy
Student Leaders: John Feeney (’18) & TBD
Meeting Place: X103
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

The Irish Cultural Club typically meets twice per month to discuss topics related to Irish history, current events and sports. The Club also helps to sponsor an Irish traditional music benefit in aid of the Irish charity Trócaire, and its members represent Fairfield Prep by marching in Bridgeport’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. All new members are welcome.

Jazzuits (Jazz Band)

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Christine Evans
Student Leaders: Nominated Seniors
Meeting Place: B304
Typical weekday of meetings: Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:30pm

Jazzuits produces three concerts each year; 2 at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts and 1 at the Apollo theater in Harlem. We focus year‐round on performing varieties of genres but the majority of music is from the jazz/pop/rock genre. Since this is a year‐long commitment, auditions are held at the end of the current year for the following year’s ensemble. Musicians involved in the group audition on one of the following instruments: Saxophone (Bari, Alto, or Tenor), Trumpet, Trombone, guitar, piano, drum set, bass guitar/upright bass. Expectations for instrumentalists are that they are able to read music, and are open to learning some jazz music theory as well as some improvisational skills.

Law Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Griffin Reidy
Student Leaders: Alex Nordlinger and Murray McCarthy
Meeting Place: X103
Typical weekday of meetings: Tuesday during the spring

The Law Club will detail many different law related things such as discussions about current events, small scale mock trials, and guest speakers.

Liturgical Music

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Christine Evans and Mr.
Meeting Place: B304
Typical weekday of meetings: most Tuesdays 2:45 - 3:15 p.m.

Welcome to all musicians (no audition needed). Faculty, administrators, and students alike prepare music for the school‐wide masses. It is encouraged as a year‐long commitment, however you can come and go as you are able. Rehearsal schedules are determined by the occurrences of school masses. Any instrumentalist or vocalist are invited to join.

Math Team

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Amy Ardito
Student Leaders: Tommy Paul
Meeting Place: X301
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday

The Fairfield Prep Math Team competes against twenty‐three other schools in Fairfield County. Competitions are on the first Wednesday of the month and they start in October and end in March. At the end of the 6th competition, the top half qualify for the State competition and Regional tournaments. Each competition consists of 6 rounds with topics varying from Algebra to Calculus, along with a team round. All strong math participants are welcome to join!

Media Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Kevin Altieri
Student Leaders: Kyle Dunn, Ken McAuley
Meeting Place: B402 and off site
Typical weekday of meetings: One meeting to prepare for upcoming events plus one event every other week or so.

The Media club is ever changing as we evolve with the needs and desires of the school but the basic premise is the same. The club was founded to cover the events of the school as frequently as possible and in whatever form is best suited for the event. The club covers about two to three events per academic quarter ranging from school plays to athletic games. Coverage can be as little as one cameraman recording an event and uploading it to youtube or as much as a team of 10 students putting on a live broadcast of an event. The goal for the future is to create a media outlet that combines the Preport, Soundings, and the Media Club.

Mock Trial

Name of Moderator: Mr. Jack Wallace
Student Leader: Siwon Yoo and Maxwell Mai
Meeting Place: B404
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesdays from 2:40 - 3:30 p.m.

The Fairfield Prep Mock Trial Club is dedicated to preparing and excelling in the Civics First C.T. competition held in late Fall. Members study the given case through testimonies, trial stipulations, and evidence provided by Civics First and take on the role of an attorney or a witness. Each mock trialer will learn the “ins and outs” of their role and compete against schools from around Connecticut.

Model U.N.

Name of Moderators: Mr. Paul Denby
Meeting Place: B303

Model United Nations international relations would in the real UN diplomacy, United Nations by confronting international crises and challenges as they researching, public speaking, debating, and writing Every Tuesday, this club meetsis an academic competition in which students can learn about, and the. MUN involves and teaches skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities. Every Tuesday, this club meets o prepare for various Model U.N. competitions, such as those held at the University of Connecticut and Yale University.

Political Awareness Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Paul Denby
Student Leaders: Robbert van Batenburg
Meeting Place: B303
Typical weekday of meetings: Tuesdays, after school

The Political Awareness club is dedicated to furthering an interest in politics, government, and current events on local, state, national and international levels through discussion, debate and various other activities. Over the years the club has sponsored many guest speakers from the world of politics. It has also organized debates involving representatives from various political parties and it has conducted mock elections involving the entire student body. Club members also produce Prep’s only political newspaper, the Zeitgeist, which is a forum for students to state their views on various political issues.

Philosophy Club/Ethics Bowl Team

Name of Moderator: Ms. Kathleen Jackson
Student Leaders: Will Richards, Ian Greenawalt, Finn Mangan, and Owen Gannon.
Meeting Place: X101
Typical weekday of meetings: Wednesday

The Philosophy Club discusses social justice issues among many other topics pertaining to how we, as human beings, understand the world around us. Students have the opportunity to participate in an annual Ethics Bowl hosted by a nearby college. Teams compete to earn points based on sound arguments. Moral issues are debated through a series of rounds until a there is a winner. The Philosophy Club prepares for this event throughout the fall with the Ethics Bowl taking place in February.

Ping Pong Club

Name of Moderator: Li Na Gallinelli
Student Leader: Jeremy Wang
Meeting Place: Arrupe Hall Lobby

Are you new to ping pong? Or a veteran? Come and check out the newly-formed ping pong club where you can learn about the sport and play with fellow Prep students.

Prep Players

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Megan Hoover
Meeting place: B301
Typical weekday of meetings: Monday through Friday 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Prep Player produces two full scale theatrical productions each year at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. In the fall, we focus on a straight play which is presented in November in the Wien Experimental Theatre, a flexible black box theatre which seats 120. Auditions for the fall show are held in early September. In the spring, we produce a musical which is performed in the Kelley Theatre, an 800 seat proscenium house. The musical is presented in May, with auditions held in January/February. Students can get involved by auditioning for a production or by working on the various technical elements of the show. There are also opportunities to participate in acting workshops, travel to New York to see shows, and work on improvisation.

Robotics Team

Name of Moderator: Mr. Anthony Dotolo & Ms. Jennifer Unger
Student Leaders: Jack Llewellyn, Sasha Mead, & Haoxiang Zhang
Meeting Place: A102
Typical weekday of meetings: Mondays after school; TBD

Members work to design, build, and program a robot to compete in competitions which usually take place in late February and early March as part of the First Tech Challenge (FTC). Each year in September, FTC releases a video which describes the various tasks which the robot must perform in order to earn points in the competition. Past tasks have included pushing bowling balls, hanging rings, balancing blocks, and scaling walls.

Science & Engineering Club

Name of Moderators: Mr. Anthony Dotolo
Student Leaders: Patrick Piekarski & Nicholas Hubbard
Meeting Place: X405
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

Members of Fairfield Prep’s science and engineering club, the Lewis Engineering Society (LENSO), compete in a nationally orchestrated contest known as TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science). Each year the competition focuses on a particular theme that spans several fields, such as the relationship between energy and engineering. Club members prepare for the competition by conducting research on relevant topics and by working together to develop applied math skills. In addition to participating in the TEAMS competition, LENSO meets on a semi‐regular basis to discuss and explore topics of particular student interest.

Ski Club

Name of Moderator: Ms. Melissa Laguzza
Student Leaders: TBD
Meeting Place: X204b
Typical weekday of meetings: February Vacation


Students have the opportunity to travel to other countries and the West Coast to enjoy a week away skiing. The trip is funded by the individuals who want to sign up.

Soundings (School Newspaper)

Name of Moderator: Mrs. Elaine Clark Meeting
Place: B208
Typical weekday of meetings: TBD

Sounding is a traditional newspaper which covers the events of Prep’s school life.

Spanish Honor Society

Names of Moderators: Mr. Sean Whalen
Meeting Place: X206

Students meet every Monday after school discussing current events in the Hispanic community on both a domestic and international level. Students also dedicate one Monday a month volunteering at Caroline House in Bridgeport with their after school program practicing Spanish and helping out where needed. Throughout the year, the Spanish Honor Society also holds a collection drive every quarter to help those in need. Students wishing to join this academic/service society need to have completed the first semester of the Intermediate Level in Spanish and have maintained a 3.6 overall GPA and in their Spanish classes.

Stock Market Club

Name of Moderators: Mrs. Maura O’Connor
Student Leaders: Kevin Zentner
Meeting Place: X302

Typical weekday of meetings: Thursdays after school

Students will make “mock” investments in the stock market. They will buy and sell stocks throughout the year to compete with other students in the state for highest returns on their investments. The club will have occasional guest speakers from the industry, and we will hopefully continue our year end trip to Wall Street.

Student Government

Name of Moderators: Mrs. Jennifer Mauritz and Mrs. Suzanne Gorab
Student Leaders: Kevin Gallagher (President)
Meeting Place: X207
Typical weekday of meetings: Friday after school

Student Government guides and coordinates student activities and assists in the proper functioning of the various class governments. The Student Government is the student body’s voice. The purpose of this organization is to foster unity among the student body, provide for student input, advocate concerns, and plan various events for students. Elections are held in the fall for the freshmen class and in the spring for sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Super Smash Bros. Club

Name of Moderator: Mr. Kevin Kery
Student Leaders: Alexander Jarrett (‘18), Mike Ogunwale (‘18), Jack Bilski (18’)
Meeting Place: B08 (Project Room in the SLC)

Typical Weekday Meeting: Friday Afterschool


The “Smash” Club meets every Friday to play and socialize with others students. The members can compete for bragging rights in the club, but you better bring your “A” game! Eventually we plan to host
pizza parties with FALCON PUNCH, tournaments, and MORE. Contact leader Alexander Jarrett at P18Ajarrett@fairfieldprep.org for more information!

TrigStar

Name of Moderators: Mrs. Katherine Brennan/Ms. Maureen Bohan
Meeting Place: X305 and X 307

Trig Star is an annual high school mathematics competition sponsored by the National Society of Professional Surveyors based on the practical application of Trigonometry. The program recognizes the best students from high schools throughout the nation. The program acquaints students with the use and practical application of trigonometry in the surveying profession. On a few occasions, a surveying professional from Redniss and Mead (a land surveying and civil engineering firm) will come to Prep, meet with our group bringing equipment and tools to teach us how to use them. In addition, our team will work together to prepare for the Trig Star exams by practicing with trigonometry and its test applications.
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