Learning at MCDS is not limited to the classroom.

Students can pursue their passion or step out of their comfort zone to try something new in a wide array of clubs and activities. These groups meet during school, after school, or before school during Wednesday morning SPARK time.

In high school, clubs are primarily student-run to encourage the development of leadership skills and teamwork. If an interest is not represented, students may start a club of their own with sufficient student interests and a faculty advisor. Time for these clubs and activities is purposely carved out of the daily schedule to encourage students to explore their interests. High school students also have the opportunity to lead younger student activities after school and on Wednesday mornings.

If you have an interest, you will be able to pursue it at MCDS!. Choose from student-, teacher-, and volunteer-led activities —or create your own:


Lower School

Art Studio Club
Bollywood Dance
Chess Club (2023 WI State Scholastic Championship)
Crochet Club
Japanese Club
HipHop Dance 
Lego Club
Lion Dance & Chinese Culture
Little Dancer Club
Martial Arts
Mighty Hawks
Mountain Biking Club
Piano Lab
Veggie Cooking Club
Register for LS Clubs
Sports activities

Middle School

Chess Club (2023 WI State Scholastic Championship)
Crochet Club
Guitar Star
Japanese Club
Lion Dance & Chinese Culture
Mountain Biking Club
Rubik's Cube Club
Science Olympiad
Veggie Cooking Club 
WERQ Cardio Workout Dance

Register for MS Clubs

Sports Activities

High School

Book Club
Community Service Club
Computer Science Club
D&D Club
Ecuador or Spain Trip
Fall Play-Theatre
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
Japan Bowl
Japan Trip
Jazz Combo-The Yeah Men
Literary Magazine 
Model UN 
Prairie Hawk Investing Club
Robotics Club
SAA (Social Activism and Awareness)
SAGE (Sexuality and Gender Equality
Science Olympiad
SOCAG (Students of Color Affinity Group)
Student Government
Student Life
Student Mentors for Mental Health
Learn more

Varsity and club sports