Loading page image...

​​​​​​High School Extra-curricular Activities & Clubs

At Cayman Prep and High School encouragement is given to the students to participate in a range of activities. We believe in the value and importance of planned extra-curricular activities for the physical, social-emotional and psychological well-being of our students.

The enthusiastic commitment of our teachers to this important aspect of education gives an added dimension to every student's curriculum and enables us to provide a  wide range of clubs where students will acquire life-long passions and interests in activities ranging from sports and outdoor pursuits such as the Duke of Edinburgh Awards programme to the creative and performing arts, the chess club, or service to others through Key Club. The school has a thriving Robotics club where students are encouraged to use their programming skills to develop solutions to real-life  issues in preparation for international competition. Debating flourishes both through local competition and through opportunities to attend Model United Nations conferences.

​Art Sanctuary

DSC_3244.JPG​Art Sanctuary is run by Chris Mann in Room 18 

When ?​
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday lunchtimes.
The club is open to anyone who loves to spend time creating.

Art Club

Art Club is run by Mark Frazer in Room 19
When ?​
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday lunchtimes.
The club is open to anyone who loves to spend time creating.

Marine Conservation & Dive Club (MCDC)

Diving East End

Ocean Frontiers very generously offered all of the dive club a free two tank boat dive at East End and 16 students took them up on their kind offer.  We saw sharks!!!  If you are interested in joining the dive club let us know.  Our last dive of the calendar year will be a night dive with Red Sail on the 8th December.  If you can't make this one we will be beginning again in January.  If you are interested but haven't yet qualified then what are you waiting for?​


Coral club

All students invited to join the MCDC each week on a Thursday to snorkel survey Smith's cove to try and collect some baseline data to monitor the health of the coral.  ​Check out this snippet.