Student Clubs & Activities

Co-curricular activities form an integral part of the school's educational program and include student government, student publications, music, drama, subject-related clubs, assemblies, as well as social, political, hobby and service organizations. The co-curricular program provides each student with an opportunity to pursue established interests and to develop new interests.

The Abington School Committee has established a co-curricular activity fee of $50 per student. This is a fee paid once each year regardless of the number of activities in which a student participates. Co-Curricular user fees may be waived or reduced by submitting a Free and Reduced Lunch Application to the Assistant Superintendent. This Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Application is a once-a-school-year application and does not carry over year to year. The form as well as documentation of all income supporting a student(s) is required. Listed below are the free and reduced lunch forms in English, Spanish and Portuguese along with instructions for completing the forms.

The following clubs will not be charging user fees during the 2023-2024 school year: ABC Club, Gender Sexuality Alliance, Language Buddies, National Honor Society, Peer Leaders, Student Council, Unified Sports, and Yearbook

How to Apply for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals

Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals

Cómo solicitar comidas escolares sin costo y a precio reducido 

Solicitud de comidas escolares gratuitas y a precio reducido

Como fazer a aplicacao para refeicoes escolares gratuitas e a preco

Candidatura a merenda escolar gratuita e a preco reduzido

Through participation, students are encouraged to form productive and satisfying relationships with others based on respect, trust and caring. Experiences that foster leadership, cooperation and a sense of community educate young people for citizenship in a democratic society. Perhaps, most importantly, students involved in the co-curricular program can have fun. Participation in any co-curricular activity is always contingent upon maintaining good standing in terms of conduct, attendance and academic performance. All students must meet the same academic and behavioral standards as described for athletic participation.

Based on budget constraints and/or student interest, some activities may not be offered in a given year. All equipment issued to the student must be returned in good condition. Students interested in forming a club not listed in the Student Handbook should submit a letter of interest to the Assistant Principal. The additions of new clubs are contingent upon contractual and budget constraints.