PRISMS’ Club Program enhances the students’ educational experience by engaging them in leadership skills, teamwork spirit, and personal interests. The students-led clubs give our young scholars the freedom to establish different interest-based groups and an opportunity outside the classroom to learn how to impact the community through motivating and inspiring people. The clubs are entirely student-led but faculty members provide oversight. Most clubs meet on Wednesdays and Fridays; some clubs meet after school or during the weekends.
Clubs (in alphabetical order): Big Brain, Biology Olympiad, Chess, Choir, Computing Olympiad, Cookilicious, ChemClub, Drumming, Entrepreneurship, FTC, Film Making, Linguistics, Math Modeling, Media Origin, Minute Math, Model UN, Mock Trial, Not Theater, Paper Trading, Photography, PRISMS Gives, PRISMatics, PRISMSoft, Science Olympiad, Theater, and Yearbook
PRISMS provides a unique opportunity for student-athletes of all skill levels to compete because ours is a “no-cut” athletic program. Moreover, the practice schedule—three days a week for all sports—allows students to balance academics and rigorous athletic training. The ultimate focus of our program is on helping students develop skills and habits that will last a lifetime: leadership, teamwork, perseverance, sportsmanship, physical health, and athletic skills. PRISMS competes against local independent schools including The Hun School, Lawrenceville School, Peddie School, Princeton Day School, and Wilberforce School.
Interscholastic Teams: Boys Basketball and Soccer, Girls Volleyball, and Girls/Boys Tennis
PRISMS after-school physical education program promotes health, wellness, and love for physical activity. We encourage healthy habits and a lifelong love and appreciation for exercise. We use sports and activities as tools to teach life lessons such as honesty, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Our goal is to create a fun environment in which students can learn, improve, and acquire specific sport skills. We emphasize participation and fair play, recognizing that exercise and activity can help our students find a healthy balance outside of the classroom.
After-school Activities (in alphabetical order): Aikido, Badminton, Basketball, Cycling, Dance, Ping Pong, Running, Soccer, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Weight Training, and Yoga.