• Clubs

    There are many opportunities for Maclay students to participate in extracurricular activities and be members of school organizations. Please click on the hyperlinks for the individual organizations where available. If a student is interested in becoming a member of a specific organization, he/she should read the descriptions below and contact the club president or sponsor.
    Click here to access the ICC Sponsor Handbook. 
    Inter-Club Council - President - John Messer
    Astronaut Challenge Mr. Kupiszewski Hannah Hosay
    Brain Bowl Mr. Schnippert, Dr. Berk


    Coding Club Mr. Kupiszewski Simon Corpuz
    Equestrian Team Mr. Von Scherrer N/A
    ESports / Smash Club Dr. Perry Veronica Marshall-Kirk, Ethan Tetrault
    Model UN Mrs. McCann Madelyn Stout, Austin Wilbourn
    Robotics Club Mr. Kupiszewski   Calvin de Saint Mars 
    Cum Laude Society Mrs. Bas N/A
    French Honor Society Mrs. Stockstill Katy Merritt
    Mu Alpha Theta Dr. Perry, Mr. McClendon Wade Eastman
    National Art Honor Society Ms. Maurey  Lauren Fleischer, Emma Messer
    National Computer Science Honor Society Mr. Kupiszewski Simon Corpuz, Katie Lyons
    National Honor Society / Peer Tutor Ms. Gimbel Madi Cordle
    Science National Honor Society Mr. Schnippert  Katie Lyons
    Spanish Honor Society Mrs. Bas Michelena O'Rourke
    Quill and Scroll (Journalism)  Mrs. Mayer   
    Leadership Faculty Sponsor(s) Student President
    Upper School Student Council  Mrs. Bas, Dr. Berk TBD
    Service Faculty Sponsor(s) Student President
    Anchor Club Mrs. Scheer Michelena O'Rourke
    Community Service Advisory Board Mrs. Bas, Mr. Granger Madelyn Stout
    Dance Marathon Ms. Cairns Avery Smith
    Key Club Mr. Burrows Sameer Ponnaluri
    Maclay Community Service Club Mrs. Kline Abigail Hugill, Riley Karpinski
    Maclay Red Cross Mr. McClendon Jane Kathryn Whittington
    Mentor Club Mr. Cave, Mrs. Croston Michelena O'Rourke
    PeaceJam Ms. Kyle Maurey Chloe Harbin
    Special Interest    
    Arts and Ideas Club Mrs. Piepmeier Cassidy Williams
    Book Club Mrs. Fantle Molly Siddal 
    Chess Club Dr. Perry John Messer
    Company Mrs. Cindy Thomas John Messer, Ethan Tetrault
    Green Club Mrs. Evans Caroline Delegal
    Investment Club Dr. Berk Colin Roberts, Madeleine Roberts
    Junior Classical League Mrs. Youngblood Stephanie Ribich
    Le Cercle Français Mrs. Stockstill TBD
    Middleground Mr. McClendon Michelena O'Rourke, Lilly Simons
    Multicultural Awareness Club Mrs. Sloderbeck Madi Cordle, Emily Dudley
    Music Club Dr. Aaron Spotts Frank Carson, Madi Cordle
    Smash Club Dr. Perry Veronica Marshall-Kirk, Ehtan Tetreault
    Spectrum Club Mr. Norment, Mrs. Lucinda Thomas Sonu Patel, Ethan Tetreault, Cassidy Williams, Katie
    Strategy Gaming Club Dr. Fitzpatrick Eric Phipps

  • Community Service

    Community Service is an important part of the Maclay student experience. There are many opportunities on and off campus where our students can serve others.  Volunteer opportunities can be found on the Service Learning page. Check back to this page often as events as added often. You will also find report forms and guidelines at www.maclay.org/servicelearning 

  • Junior Interview Series

    Juniors are provided with information in several meetings on how best to prepare for an interview including how to dress and greet the interviewer, answer questions, and follow-up.  Juniors also work with volunteers to learn resume skills and get tips on putting their best foot forward in an interview.  After several opportunities to practice one-on-one interview skills, the students participate in two face-to-face, one-on-one mock interviews.  Community volunteers who come in as interviewers are given evaluation sheets so that they can provide immediate feedback to the students and offer helpful tips.

  • National Honor Society

    In order to be considered a candidate for induction into the Maclay School chapter, students must first satisfy the following criteria:

    • Candidates must be enrolled as 11th or 12th grade students for the current school year.
    • Candidates must have a minimum overall unweighted academic average of 3.2 (for high school).
    • Candidates must have earned a minimum of 36 hours of community service per year of high school (cumulatively). For fall inductions, 11th grade candidates must have documented a minimum of 72 hours of service, and 12th grade candidates must have documented a minimum of 108 hours of service. For spring inductions, 11th grade candidates must have documented a minimum of 90 hours of service, and 12th grade candidates must have documented a minimum of 126 hours of service.
    • All hours must be submitted electronically: 
      Visit www.maclay.org/grades and log in.
      Select “Ecollect Forms” under “Navigation.”
      Select “Upper School Community Service Record” under “Student Info.”
      The deadline to submit Fall 2018 hours in March 1st, 2019.

    The National Honor Society requires its members to achieve and maintain high levels of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. As such, Maclay students who satisfy the criteria listed above must then be evaluated by a faculty committee. This committee carefully considers each candidate for induction.

  • Freshman Academy

    fa Maclay Upper School recognizes the many new academic and social expectations for all students transitioning into high school. Sometimes the transition can be difficult. The Freshman Academy at Maclay School helps provide all freshmen with tools to help them get on the right path for a successful high school career and prepared for college.  Click here to read more.

  • Maclay Yearbook

    Faculty Sponsor: Deborah Mayer

    yb Welcome to the Marauder Yearbook page.
     If you would like to advertise in the Marauder yearbook, contact dmayer@maclay.org by Oct. 1 Business Contract

  • Locker Assembly Instructions

    Click here to download.

  • FLEX Permission Form

    Click here to download.

  • Off-Campus Lunch Permission Form

    Click here to download.

  • Pre-Approved Absence Form

    Click here to download.

  • Parking and Driving On Campus Form

    Click here to download.

    1. All students  that will be driving/parking on campus need to fill out a new parking registration form and return it to officer Ford. 
    2. If that student already has a light blue parking tag, there is a spot on the permission form to note the tag number.
    3. Students MUST have a light blue tag to park on campus.  Dark blue tags are reserved for family/parent cars.
    4. Seniors will park in the Webster parking lot.  Juniors and sophomores will use the lot by the dining hall.  With construction project in progress, all students will need to use the sidewalk by the dining hall, between the pool and Cartee gym, to enter the Upper school grounds.  There will be no access to walk through the field  to access the Upper School until the project is completed.
    5. Students that need a new light blue parking tag will need to see Officer Ford.  He will be in the Upper School courtyard during lunch break Aug-19-21. He will also be in the guard house during the morning hours that week. 
    6. Make sure to read the rules and procedural restrictions in the student handbook.