After-School Programs are designed to broaden a student’s interests. The after-school clubs are offered seasonally in the fall, winter and spring with a variety of developmentally oriented options to extend upon the learning from the school day and to allow students to explore new passions and interests. Clubs are facilitated by Flint Hill faculty, including Middle and Upper School teachers with specific specialties, as well as Upper School student mentors and outside vendors. Topics have included cultural cooking and cupcake decorating, innovation opportunities like coding and 3D printing, fencing, model trains and athletic programs like Husky Hoops and lacrosse. Chess, theater and yoga are regular offerings from outside specialty groups that offer young families the convenience of extracurricular programs on campus immediately after school. Registration for these activities is on a cost per club basis.