Extracurricular Clubs & Activities
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.
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 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 B102. New club proposals are accepted during the first weeks of January and May.
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 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.
In the Virtual Reality Club, students play games on virtual reality headsets.
The Sports Debate Club meets to debate all sports‐related topics.
The Squash Club provides an opportunity for students to learn and experience squash at a casual level.
The Rock Climbing Club is open to beginners and veterans alike!
Learn how to play the traditional Chinese and American versions of Mah Jong – a popular Chinese game, learn Mandarin, and enjoy Chinese films and other aspects of Chinese culture.
The Prep Dance Club is for dancers of all backgrounds, from beginners to enthusiasts.
The French Cultural Club allows students who are learning or wish to learn about the language, culture, or history of France and other francophone countries the opportunity to do so in an informal manner.
The Blues Band is a non‐auditioned group of musicians that shares a passion for jamming with friends.
This auditioned group of singers is a mixed‐voice choir that rehearses outside the school day.
The AACC explores topics related to racism and stereotypes.
Students learn and discuss aspects of Hispanic culture.
The astronomy club meets weekly to discuss various bits of astronomical news as well as astrophysical concepts and phenomena.
Open to all students who want to create art at their own pace.
Cardinal Key members serve as service ambassadors to the school.
Chess players - from beginners to veterans - are welcome to join.
This club is for students who are interested in creative writing
Learn to debate everything from lighthearted issues to more serious topics.
The Environmental club is dedicated to creating solutions for sustainability problems present in our everyday lives.
The Fairfield Connection Club allows social opportunities to people with Special Needs.
The Film Squad is a club that was created to give students the opportunity to make their own videos.
Fairfield Prep’s Gaelic Football Club is a club sport that competes in Gaelic Football, Ireland’s biggest traditional sport.
The organization works to create interest in the study of French.
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.
The German Exchange Club will cover important items such as the basics of the German language.
The Historians Club is for the student who wishes to engage in history on a level beyond what is taught in the classroom.
This club is open to all students who work on the production of the 208 page yearbook.
The Irish Cultural Club typically meets to discuss topics related to Irish history, current events and sports.
The Italian Cultural Club meets once a week to learn about Italian culture through film, food, and phrases.
The Jazzuits year‐round on performing varieties of genres but the majority of music is from the jazz/pop/rock genre.
Welcome to all musicians who want to perform at school-wide Masses.
The Fairfield Prep Math Team competes against twenty‐three other schools in Fairfield County.
Model United Nations is an academic competition in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations and issues.
The Political Awareness club is dedicated to furthering an interest in politics, government, and current events.
The Philosophy Club discusses social justice issues among many other topics pertaining to how we, as human beings, understand the world around us.
Whether you're a beginner or a veteran, come out and and play some ping pong.
The Prep Players is the theater group of Prep, performing a fall play and a spring musical.
REIGNS is a place for all students to openly LGBT issues and promote diversity, inclusiveness, and education.
Members work to design, build, and program a robot to compete in the First Tech Challenge competitions.
Students have the opportunity to travel to other countries and the West Coast to enjoy a week away skiing.
Students meet every Monday after school discussing current events in the Hispanic community on both a domestic and international level.
Student Government guides and coordinates student activities and assists in the proper functioning of the various class governments.
The “Smash” Club meets every Friday to play and socialize with others students.
The program acquaints students with the use and practical application of trigonometry in the surveying profession.