Community Life

There are so many clubs available at Marianapolis, that there is truly something for everyone, no matter your interests. And if there isn’t, you can create your own club. I was able to make so many friends just because I joined a club and we all shared a similar interest.

Extracurricular Activities

Fall

Competitive Extracurricular Activities:
Crew (Co-Ed) (V, JV)
Boys' Cross Country (V, JV)
Girls' Cross Country (V, JV)
Girls' Field Hockey (V)
Golf (Co-ed) (V, JV)
Boys' Soccer (V, JV, 3rds)
Girls' Soccer (V, JV)
Girls' Volleyball (V, JV)

Non-Competitive Extracurricular Activities:
Athletic Training Room Manager
Dance
Drama
Equestrian
Gymnastics
Instructional Tennis
Martial Arts
Media Team
Strength & Conditioning
Tai Chi
Tech Crew
Yoga

Winter

Competitive Extracurricular Activities:
Boys' Basketball (V, JV, 3rds)
Girls' Basketball (V, JV, 3rds)
Boys' Indoor Track (V, JV)
Girls' Indoor Track (V, JV)
Wrestling (Co-ed) (V, JV)
Swimming (Co-ed) (V, JV)
Math Team 

Non-Competitive Extracurricular Activities:
Athletic Training Room Manager
Badminton
Boys' Intramural Basketball
Drama
Equestrian
Gymnastics
Media Team
Strength & Conditioning
Tech Crew
Yoga

Spring

Competitive Extracurricular Activities:
Boys' Baseball (V, JV)
Badminton (V, JV)
Crew (Co-Ed) (V, JV)
Boys' Lacrosse (V)
Girls' Lacrosse (V)
Girls' Softball (V, JV)
Boys' Tennis (V)
Girls' Tennis (V)
Boys' Track & Field  (V, JV)
Girls' Track & Field (V, JV)
Ultimate Frisbee (Co-Ed) (V, JV)

Non-Competitive Extracurricular Activities:
Athletic Training Room Manager
Dance
Media Team
Musical
Tech Crew
Yoga

Clubs & Organizations

A Capella Club

The A Capella Club works together learning music to perform at different events through out the school year.

Ambassador Club

Admission ambassadors are current freshmen who help prospective students experience a day at Marianapolis. Prospective students will spend the day shadowing the ambassador. The ambassador's role is to assist with campus navigation, interact with others, acquaint their shadow with the community and make them feel comfortable during their day on campus.

American Sign Language Club

The American Sigh Language Club learns common signs in ASL, including how to spell the alphabet and sign words for foods and colors, and how to put together basic phrases. 

Business & Entrepreneurship Club

Calliope

Calliope is our annual student literary arts magazine presenting the creative writing, poetry, two-dimensional, and three-dimensional works of art created over the course of the year. Students can apply for leadership editing positions or volunteer to be a part of the selection committee that reviews all of the submitted work.

Chinese Language & Culture Club

The objective of the Chinese Language & Culture Club is continually making good connections with boarding students and day students who are interested in Chinese culture and language learning via creation of cultural immersion in the learning environment at school.

Chinese National Honor Society

The purpose of the National Chinese Honor Society is to encourage its members to become life-long learners in order to gain a better understanding of Chinese language and culture, as well as to play an active role as a contributing global citizen in the twenty-first century.

Coding Club

The Coding Club is for any student interested in learning more about coding and programing. The club is student lead where projects come from their particular interests whenever possible. It is a field that is growing that is becoming a concept that is easily adapted to the high school level to put students into a new way of thinking that may challenge them to look at the world in a different way. 

Comic/Illustration Club

Community Service Club

The Community Service Club is an established group of students who organize, promote, and run service events throughout the school year. The club meets on Friday mornings as needed. All students interested in community service are welcomed to join us on Fridays.

Disaster Relief Club

The Disaster Relief Club raises funds for natural or human disasters that happen in our country or around the world.

Film Club

Knitting/Crocheting Club

Formally known as the Knights Who Say Knit, we are now the Holders of the Sacred Words “Knit”, “Crochet”, and “Nee-wom”. Start your journey on the road of yarn arts or continue down your current path. Bring in quests that you’re currently working on or look through the mythical basket of yarns to start a new adventure. Join us for good music, good company, and good relaxation.

Marianapolis Engineering & Robotics Club

The Robotics Club designs, builds, and programs a robot to compete in the Vex Robotics competitions. 

Marianapolis Family Network

Math & Science Lab

The Math & Science Lab is a student staffed tutoring venue that provides help outside of office hours to those students struggling in their math and/or science courses.

Math Team

Do you like math? Do you like problem solving and competition? Then the Math Team is for you! Math Team competes in 7 to 9 competitions in our league, state and, the New England region. During practices, we learn new math and have "sum" fun!

Model United Nations

Model UN is a club for students interested in international affairs. The club is primarily a fall semester club and we spend time preparing for the Model UN Conference at Fairfield University held in November, where students engage in a simulation, playing the roles of various political personalities and institutions from different countries. Students learn role playing, public speaking, research and analysis skills. 

Mountain Biking Club

National Honor Society

NHS is a group of students who, once eligible, apply for and may be selected (by a faculty committee) to the school's chapter. Scholarship, character, service, and leadership are at the core of NHS. Eligibility requirements can be found in the Student Handbook.

NOSB Team

The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is a quiz bowl competition funded by NOAA that focuses on the multidisciplinary nature of understanding our oceans and other aquatic ecosystems. Students compete in teams of 5 at the regional level with the opportunity to move on to the national level. The CT Regional is hosted by Project O at the UCONN Avery Point Campus. 

Politics & Pastry Club

Politics and Pastry is a non-partisian space where those who are interested in sharing their ideas, asking questions, and learning more about the political landscape can gather together. As we often meet in the mornings, pastry adds to the club's flavor.

Retro Video Game Club

The Retro Video Game Club meets weekly to play and appreciate old video games.

Schola Choir

Schola choir provides the music for our all school and weekend liturgical services. 

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica recognizes student excellence in the pursuit of the Spanish language and commitment to learning about the cultures of the Spanish speaking world. Students may be eligible to apply after they have completed two complete years of Spanish. 

Tech Innovation Club

Started by a group of students, the Tech Innovation Club creates and manages iOS apps as well as a text alert system for school cancellations, delays, and schedule changes.

Writing Center

The Writing Center utilizes student tutors to assist students on their writing assignments.

Leadership

Ambassador Captain

Student ambassadors, as 9th graders, take on the responsibility of providing prospective students their first and arguably most important impression of our school and community. This role is vitally important in the recruitment process the Admission Office undertakes. Families, and specifically, the shadows themselves, are seeking the most real and organic perspective of the Marianapolis experience. Spending a day with a current student provides this.

Similarly, new ambassadors are searching for the best ways in which to build off of their own experiences as shadows and apply their knowledge now as the hosts themselves. Ambassador Club is a tool and forum to train, reflect, and prepare for their duties as ambassadors. Much like our guests, ambassadors can learn much from their peers and those veteran students and ambassadors who went through this and have their ideas and styles of how to best entertain shadows. With this in mind, Ambassador Captains are former ambassadors that lend their expertise by participating in club time, speaking with ambassadors, contributing to portal and group spaces, and more. This position affords the chance for you to be a positive influence and teaching presence on your peers while again lending a hand to the Admission Office.

Calliope Leaders

Calliope is the annual student-run literary arts magazine presenting creative writing, poetry, and two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of art. Each edition features works created over the course of the year. There are three possible leadership roles within Calliope: Editor in Chief, Writing Editor, and Visual Art Editor. To look at previous issues please check out the Marianapolis Preparatory School website’s Publication page.

The Editor in Chief works in support of the Faculty Advisor, the Visual Art Editor, the Writing Editor, as well as the Art Selection Committee to create the publication. They should expect to help support each facet of the project, including making Morning Announcements, planning and attending meetings, and working to meet all the requirements of our project deadlines. For example, the Editor in Chief is responsible of reviewing the final draft of the publication (before LEAP week and Spring Break) for quality assurance, as well as designing and completing the “Editor’s Page.” Additional Qualification: Two years of experience on Calliope.

The Writing Editor works in support of the Faculty Advisor, the Editor in Chief, the Visual Art Editor, as well as the Art Selection Committee to create the publication. They should expect to help with organizing and reviewing all of the writing submissions, attending meetings pertaining to writing, and working to meet the requirements of our project deadlines. For example, the Writing Editor is responsible of reviewing the final draft of the publication (before LEAP week and Spring Break) for quality assurance, as well as helping to develop the preface. Additional Qualification: One year of experience on Calliope.

The Visual Arts Editor works in support of the Faculty Advisor, the Editor in Chief, the Writing Editor, as well as the Art Selection Committee to create the publication. They should expect to help with organizing and reviewing all of the visual art submissions, attending meetings pertaining to visual art, and working to meet the requirements of our project deadlines. For example, the Visual Arts Editor is responsible of reviewing the final draft of the publication (before LEAP week and Spring Break) for quality assurance, as well as helping to choose the cover art. Additional Qualification: One year of experience on Calliope.

Campus Activities Board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) helps to promote greater interest and participation in, and organize many activities planned for the entire Marianapolis community. Student leaders are organized into five major categories, so personal strengths are best used: Public Announcers, Organizers, Participators, EL Pre-Teach Gurus, and Coffee House Creators. In each of these categories, students must brainstorm new ideas, develop programs with the Coordinator of Weekend Activities, and implement programs through active participation that provide opportunities for growth through educational, cultural, social, and recreational experiences.

CAB focuses on the entertainment needs of the students at Marianapolis. The purpose is to instill quality and meaningful high school experiences that not only allow for fun activities, but most importantly promote experiences which allow for personal growth and community bonding.  

Camp Stonewall Intern

Camp Stonewall is a sleepaway summer camp for kids age 7-15 at Marianapolis. Interns work throughout the summer at Camp Stonewall. In addition, they support several Open House events in the spring (helping facilitate outdoor games and activities with kids). They should also expect to help support special events on campus that are similar to Camp Stonewall events (eg: Lord Thompson Cup Floor Hockey, Dodgeball, Minute to Win It, etc). For more information, please visit the CSW Internship page

Captains' Council

At Marianapolis, captains of each sport will be chosen to represent their fellow teammates, create stronger relationships with coaches and athletic directors, and other captains. Captains have strong athletic, academic, and social influences on their teammates, which helps to foster a sense of community and camaraderie among the players and coaches.

What are the expectations of captains?

  • Lead by positive example, not just during a designated sports season, but throughout the year.
  • Demonstrate a passionate belief about team spirit.
  • Ability to handle conflicts that arise between players and coaches.
  • Uphold the values of Marianapolis and the athletics department: It is critical that captains behave professionally and responsibly despite personal feelings or challenges.
  • Have thorough knowledge of the rules of the game and help others learn this information.
  • Maintain a desire to build relationships among teammates and other captains.
  • Ability to put the success of the team ahead of personal needs.
  • Create the standard of giving 100% in practice and competitions.
  • Inspire, motivate, and improve team morale.

Please note: Captains are selected by the coaches, Athletic Director, and Assistant Athletic Director.  There is no formal application process.

Class Officer

 

President

  • Run class meetings.
  • Have a good sense of the "map" of the events for the year and assist in the planning of these events.
  • Attend all class events.
  • At this level, the class officers have an advisor that chairs each event. The class president is responsible for reaching out to that advisor and assisting them in the delegation of all responsibilities for said events. When needed, teams are formed to assist in this process.
  • Have strong public speaking skills.
  • Have team building experience.
  • Be comfortable with conflict resolution.
  • Have outstanding organizational/time management skills.

Vice President

  • Act as the back-up to the president, if the president is not able to be present.
  • Help to divide responsibilities of class events with class president (assists in the delegation of responsibilities).
  • Attend all events.
  • The VP is a member of Student Council and attends all meetings.
  • Have strong public speaking skills.
  • Have team building experience.
  • Be comfortable with conflict resolution.
  • Have outstanding organizational/time management skills.

Treasurer

  • Open to learning the "ins and outs" of the process of withdrawal of funds at MPREP.
  • Have the necessary math skills to keep spreadsheets on class dues/class funds.
  • Have strong organizational skills to keep an accountable record.
  • Attend all events and is responsible for reporting class fund information at class meetings.
  • Has strong public speaking skills to present topics at class meetings.
  • Attend all class events.

Secretary

  • Have good organizational skills.
  • Have ability to take thorough notes during class meetings and report the information back to the class.
  • Have ability to put class meeting notes on the portal for class to see.
  • Have strong public speaking skills to present topics at class meetings.
  • Attend all class events.

Class Representative

  • Have strong time management skills and the ability to attend both the class officer meetings and student council meetings.
  • Have strong public speaking skills to present information to class during class meetings.
  • Attend all class events.

 

Community Service Council

Marianapolis presents an opportunity to rising juniors and seniors to take charge of school-wide community service efforts. Students with a passion for serving others have the opportunity to work with classmates and faculty to plan and execute fundraising and service events for the school community.

What are the expectations of Community Service Council leaders?

  • Live service as a lifestyle. Community Service is not restricted to a single experience or a yearly monetary donation. Community Service Council members should live their lives exemplifying the ideal that we live to support and aid one another.
  • Care for others. A Community Service Council member is compassionate, helpful, and understanding.  The student shows concern for the well-being of others.
  • Be organized. Community Service Council members must plan and organize various events and opportunities.
  • Take initiative. Community Service Council members must be a voice for their classmates. When an idea is presented, members must research, brainstorm, and discuss to bring that concept to fruition.
  • Be passionate and excited. In order to get other students involved in service, a Community Service Council member must show enthusiasm for what they do. In that way, others will become excited to serve.

The Council is comprised of five students: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Deans’ Office Liaison. Rising juniors and seniors will be considered for each position. Students may indicate a preference for position within the Council, but all applicants will be considered for all positions.

President - It is the responsibility of the President to oversee the Council and the many groups and clubs that are service related. The President is responsible for communication with the student body, the faculty advisor, the Assistant Head of School, and the Head of School.

Vice President - It is the responsibility of the Vice President to help oversee the Council and the many groups and clubs that are service related. The Vice President is responsible for starting meetings, reviewing the agenda, and communicating with student leaders of service related groups.

Secretary - It is the responsibility of the Secretary to keep minutes of each Council meeting. In these notes, the Secretary will record topics of conversation, planning details, members’ responsibilities, and next steps.

Treasurer - It is the responsibility of the Treasurer to monitor all funds pertaining to community service.  The Treasurer is responsible for tracking funds raised by the many service groups at Marianapolis.  For certain events, the Treasurer is responsible for collecting and depositing funds. This student leader  will work closely with the faculty advisor and the School’s business office.

Communications Representative - It is the responsibility of the Communications Representative to provide content for the Marianapolis Campus Ministry Twitter account, parent newsletter, and other publications.  This student must have skills in photography and social media.

Club Officer - The Club Officer is responsible for developing the mission and action of the Community Service Club. To this end, this student is expected to be a member of the Putnam Interact Club, a local teen service organization.  

Orientation Leader

At Marianapolis, we offer orientation for new and returning students in August and for new students in January. The Deans’ Office will select a group of mature and dedicated student leaders to assist with implementing orientation programs. Throughout the academic year, Orientation Leaders may be called to serve as guides for new students who are making the transition from their previous environment to the diverse academic, intellectual, and social culture of Marianapolis.

Peer Assistant

As a Peer Assistant, it is your role to help instructors facilitate and prepare for activities in various classes. You will be responsible for various tasks that contribute to the facilitation of these events. You will help instructor’s guide and coach students along as they explore their understanding and mastery of various skills.

Science Department: Lab PA Responsibilities:

Peer Assistants agree to maintain a safe classroom environment and assist students in their endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of science concepts and skills, while acting as a role model and the standard for other students.  

You will also help as an aide to prepare and carry out various events hosted by the Marianapolis Science Department throughout the school year. It is your job as a Lab PA to act as a role model to students and help to provide a safe and productive classroom setting. You should look to anticipate the needs of students and instructors during lab and hands-on activities.

Modern Languages Department Peer Assistant:

Peer Assistants agree to maintain an engaging classroom environment and assist students in their endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of and an appreciation for language concepts and skills, while acting as a role model and the standard for other students.  ​​​​​​​

You will be asked to take part in cultural events, specific to the language in which you lead, that occur at Marianapolis throughout the year in conjunction with the Modern Languages Department. Language PAs are role models to language learners, helping to create an atmosphere in which students, teacher, and peer assistants work together in order to produce the target language

Peer Leader

Peer Leadership is all about students helping students. Open to rising seniors, the Peer Leaders are part of a team that creates a supportive environment that empowers themselves and their peers to make healthy, positive decisions and to achieve their fullest potential. Members play a major role in reducing the fears and disconnectedness that many freshmen feel as they enter a new environment.

The Peer Leadership program is a year-long curriculum that focuses on real-life skills based on unique stages of the year. Peer leadership emphasizes a team-building approach, a trusting and safe environment for students to learn about themselves. During the school year, the foundation of the Peer Leadership program is in two distinctive weekly meetings: a planning and educational meeting with the Peer Leadership faculty and students, and the delivery of the lesson to the 9th graders.

Resident Assistant

A Residential Assistant is a rising junior or senior who is a respected and empowered student-leader in the dorm. Every RA is the voice of their house/hall and fellow boarding students.

What are the expectations of a Residential Assistant?

  • Look to cultivate positive relationships in the house/hall creating a community where all feel welcomed and comfortable.
  • Assume an active leadership role in developing and maintaining a positive environment within residence halls and throughout the residential life curriculum, helping house parents implement and enforce this curriculum.
  • Help create a climate which is conducive to academic, social, athletic, and extracurricular achievement in the Houses/Halls and entire school.
  • Serve in the roles of peer counselor, advocate, advisor, and, most importantly, a role model.
  • Plan and facilitate events that develop and foster community like barbecues and movie nights.
  • Maintain good relationships with figures of authority and remains in good disciplinary standing.
  • Serve as a liaison between his/her residents and house parents.
  • Be a model of positive Common Language Policy adherence and helping others to learn and grow at Marianapolis using English as our common language.

SLAM

The SLAM (Student Leading Adaptation by Modeling) Program is designed for international students who are kind, honest, respectful, passionate, caring, approachable, helpful, responsible, hard-working, confident, and trustworthy. Greatness is defined by what we do every day. To be a student leader you need to exhibit the habits of a leader on a daily basis. They show interest in American culture while taking pride in their own cultural identity. They strive to adapt to a new environment by keeping an open mind and actively participating in diverse on-and-off-campus activities. They lead by example in the classroom, on the field, in the houses and halls, on off-campus school events and school-sponsored trips. They hold a high standard for themselves and push themselves to be the best they can while helping their peers achieve their goals. They demonstrate the aforementioned proper adaptive strategies, especially when no one is watching.

 

Spiritus

Marianapolis Preparatory School provides an opportunity to rising juniors and seniors to lead the student body in faith development. Current sophomores and juniors with an interest in personal growth and a desire to help others are chosen to coordinate retreat experiences and student participation in liturgy  and music, all the while being examples of faith in action.

Areas of Focus:

  • igKnight Coordinator
  • Quest Coordinator
  • Salvete Coordinator (Day Student)
  • Salvete Coordinator (Boarding Student)
  • Music Coordinator (Day Student)
  • Music Coordinator (Boarding  Student)

Student Council

Marianapolis Preparatory School provides an opportunity to rising juniors and seniors to lead the school community through student government. Current sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to run for Student Council Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice President. Current juniors will have the opportunity to run for Student Council President. While each role requires specific skills, all Student Council officers will be charged with planning major school events throughout the school year. Additionally, all classes will be represented by two representatives and the Class Vice Presidents at all Student Council meetings and events. The Student Council officers are charged with leading by example, demonstrating enthusiasm and organizational skills, while dedicating much of their own time to working behind the scenes to support the MPrep community.

President

  • Represent Marianapolis in your daily life. As the student face of Marianapolis, the Student Council President plays a very public role. The actions and words set the tone for the represented students. Leading by example is a major facet of this individual’s character. Such a leader must also be comfortable speaking to and on behalf of the community on a weekly basis.
  • Care for others. The Student Council President is compassionate, helpful, and understanding.  The President shows concern for the wellbeing of all members of the Marianapolis community and strives to represent the interests of the student body while aligning those interests with the Marianapolis mission.
  • Be organized. The Student Council President must organize numerous events throughout the school year and must be capable of managing a variety of tasks simultaneously. The President will be responsible for submitting a monthly report to the Student Council moderator. This report will summarize the month's meetings, activities, and additional efforts made by the Student Council and preview upcoming events.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm. In order to get other students to participate in events and to lead fellow Student Council members, the Student Council President is must show enthusiasm for all  duties.
  • Take initiative. The Student Council President continually looks to improve our community with new ideas. This leader is an active listener, absorbing the concerns and ideas of peers and voicing them in a coherent and thoughtful manner.

Vice President

  • In addition to assisting the Student Council President with the above duties, the Vice President is also willing to take on the role of president should it be deemed necessary at any point during the academic year. The Vice President will often be delegated major event planning tasks by the President, and will attend all Student Council events.

Secretary

  • In addition to assisting the Student Council President with the above duties, the Secretary is charged with keeping careful track of all student council meetings. The Secretary  will take notes at each weekly meeting and email a summary to all Student Council members, and will advise the President and faculty moderator on upcoming events. Supreme organizational skills are a must for this student leader. The Secretary  will also attend all Student Council events.
  • Student Council officers will meet several times over the summer. Officers will also attend and run weekly Student Council meetings throughout the 2018-2019 academic school year.

Treasurer

  • In addition to assisting the Student Council President with the above duties, the Treasurer is charged with keeping careful track of the Student Council budget for the 2018-2019 school year. The Treasurer will meet regularly with the faculty moderator to go over receipts, sign fund request forms for event vendors, and count and deposit funds at the school bank.  Supreme organizational skills are a must for this student leader. The Treasurer will also attend all Student Council events.

Tech Crew

The Marianapolis Tech Crew is comprised of students who are interested in supporting the community in its use of technology. Tech Crew members must be self-motivated individuals who share a desire to use technology to make their environment better.

Tech Crew members are supported by the Tech Crew President who distributes the helpdesk tickets and manages the other members, with the support of the faculty advisor. 

Wellness Leader

Marianapolis Preparatory School provides an opportunity to rising juniors to lead the student body in physical, emotional, and spiritual health development. Current sophomores with a passion for helping others and leading by example will have the opportunity to work with experienced faculty to design and implement a comprehensive Wellness curriculum for the rising sophomore class.  

What are the expectations of Wellness Leaders?

  • Exemplify a Healthy Lifestyle. Wellness is not limited to the classroom. Therefore, Wellness Leaders must display their knowledge of physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness through their words and actions.
  • Care for others. Wellness Leaders are compassionate, helpful and understanding. They show concern for the wellbeing of others and are active listeners.
  • Be organized. Wellness Leaders must plan and organize various lessons and come prepared to assist faculty in weekly Wellness classes.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm. In order to get other students to participate in Wellness class, leaders must show enthusiasm for the many topics they will investigate with their peers. In that way, others will become excited to learn.
  • Take initiative. Wellness Leaders must be a voice for their classmates. When a topic is presented, they must take an active role in relaying that information to the group, initiating discussion, and listening to their peers’ concerns and questions.

Wellness Leaders will have regular meetings at the end of the current academic school year with current Wellness Leaders and faculty to plan curriculum and to take part in training for the following school year. Weekly planning and debriefing meetings will continue throughout the following school year.

Weekend Activities

Boarder or day student, upperclassman or new student: there is a lot to do at Marianapolis. Every weekend includes trips to area attractions: professional sporting events, museums, malls, theaters, and more. There is plenty to do right on campus, too. One dorm might be baking while another is hosting a football watch party. 

This Weekend:

Friday:

  • Killingly Shuttles @ 6:00 PM
  • The Great Escape Room @ 6:00 PM
  • Villa Maria Fall Party @ 7:00 PM

Saturday:

  • PAWS Animal Shelter @ 9:00 AM
  • Volunteer at Matulaitis Nursing Home @ 1:00 PM
  • UCI Cyclecross @ 1:45 PM
  • Recovery Fest at McCoy Stadium @ 3:30 PM
  • Baking in Bayer House @ 8:00 PM

Sunday:

  • EL Trip: Project O @ 11:45 AM
  • Alpaca Farm @ 12:00 PM
  • EL Trip: Erb Photography @ 12:30 PM
  • Campus Coffee House @ 1:00 PM
  • Yoga & Meditation @ 9:30 PM

Dining Services

Students are welcome to dine in the Dining & Community Room for each meal. Weekday meals are offered: Breakfast is served from 7:30 - 8:00 AM, lunch is served from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, and dinner is served from 5:00 to 6:30 PM. On weekend days, brunch is served from 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM and dinner is served from 5:00 - 6:30 PM.

The Sage Dining Staff provides a variety of options each day, so whether you are a vegetarian, or gluten-free, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Check out the daily menu provided by Sage Dining Services.