In ITA Schools, extracurricular activities play as important a role in education as the academic program. The objective of the club activities is to develop students’ leadership qualities and communication skills, to build responsibility and self-confidence, to discover talent, and to raise awareness to underprivileged members of the community.

The basic philosophy behind club activities is based on the following understandings:

Education is not limited to classrooms and exam rooms; it continues outside as well.

Education should be universal and should serve to build attitude and behavior in students that help to overcome religious, racial, and social class differences.

Being involved in a Community Project enhances cognitive and academic development.

Below is the list of clubs that run in the academic year 2015- 2016:

  • Ballet
  • Basketball
  • Drama
  • Fencing
  • Giotto Visual Arts
  • Maker Lab
  • School Newspaper
  • Origami
  • Aikido
  • Orchestra
  • Piano & Solfege
  • Puppet Show
  • Chess


Club Times:

  • Elementary School: Tuesday, periods 8 & 9
  • Middle School: Thursday, periods 8 & 9