Other Activities

BVR HAX: Program runs in the afternoon, 4 days/week (Mon-Thurs) from 3:45-5:00. BVR HAX is a student-led programming team that is divided into three branches: the instructional branch dedicated to learning the foundations of programming, the software development team dedicated to working on collaborative coding projects, and the advanced branch dedicated to furthering coding knowledge through applying code to different projects. Regardless of one’s ability or interest, the goal of BVR HAX is ultimately to offer a space for any programming enthusiast.

Hiatt Independent Opportunity: The Hiatt Independent Afternoon Opportunity allows for students to volunteer at a nonprofit after school for seven hours per week. Many students choose a nonprofit based on an established relationship they have with an organization. They may also meet with someone in the Hiatt Center to brainstorm ideas. This afternoon program does not take place on campus, and it is up to the student to arrange for transportation to the volunteer site.
During the term, students write a reflection describing their volunteer experience. You can read more about it here.
Students who sign up for this activity must complete this learning agreement by the end of the first week of the term during which they will volunteer. The student will determine their schedule with the nonprofit pending approval from Ms. Latour in the Hiatt Center. 

E-Sports: Runs 3 days/week, 3:45-5:30. This program will provide an organized space for electronic gaming. There will be multiplayer and individual competitions; we will participate in a newly formed independent school esports league. Games may include League of Legends, Splatoon, Fortnite, Valorent and Overwatch.