Havurah. Havurah is an affinity group focused on providing a forum for Jewish students to discuss their experiences related to their identity, heritage, and traditions, give Jewish students space to observe their religion away from their local homes and synagogues, as well as have conversations about Jewish history, politics, anti-Semitism and other areas of interest. Havurah hosts many fun and educational events with the community and through the sharing of the customs and culture of Judaism.
LASO. LASO provides support for students of Hispanic descent and gives all students the opportunity to explore the rich culture of Spanish-speaking countries.
LOGOS. LOGOS is an affinity space for people of all Christian denominations to share and fellowship with other Christians at George School. It is also a place for members of the community who are not Christians, to learn and ask questions.
Open Doors. Open Doors is an affinity group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and non-binary students, and their straight allies. Open Doors supports students and their families while raising awareness of relevant issues within the school community.
SAMOSA. SAMOSA, George School’s South Asian affinity club, works to promote cultural awareness within our community by celebrating the South Asian culture and educating others about it. Students and community members discuss issues and topics about South Asian identity, learn more about the diverse region and its people, and participate in various traditions and celebrations hosted by the club.
UMOJA. UMOJA is the Swahili word for unity. This George School club is an affinity space for descendants of Africa and the African Diaspora. Members meet regularly to share, learn, and celebrate their identities. Additionally, this space is dedicated to fostering conversation and action about political and social struggles within the black community. The experience of being black at George School and in the world is often a focus of conversation and activities. Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to attend because, in addition to being an affinity space, this group educates the George School community about the culture, heritage, and present-day ethnicity of the descendants of Africa.
Young Friends. Young Friends works to improve the community of George School by offering spiritual support to members and developing activities to further George School as a Quaker community.