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Co-Curricular Offerings

Stuart Hall inspires students to lead lives of curiosity, creativity, and contribution—and our co-curricular program plays a large role.

About Our Co-Curriculars

A student doing comitatus.

Every student in grades 8–12 participates in co-curricular offerings at least twice a week. In these after-school activities, students develop new skills, collaborate, compete, and pursue passions. They also learn the ways an active life enhances well-being.

Our co-curricular offerings are creative and/or collaborative activities that contribute to students' own enjoyment and growth, to the good of the school community, or the good of the greater world. Advisors give feedback along the way to aid students in mastering both the specific skills learned and the competencies outlined in our Graduate Goals

Students in grades 6 and 7 have a variety of shorter-term, after-school clubs and activities that change throughout the year, and may involve working with older students as leaders or collaborators.


A Sample of Our Offerings


The Moot Court team competes in the National Association of Moot Court. Over the last seven years, Stuart Hall Moot Court students have earned an impressive number of team and individual awards, including winning the 2022 tournament championship at Duke University. 

  • Comitatus
  • Esports
  • Moot Court/Debate Team (pictured)
  • Fencing
  • Robotics
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Dungeons & Dragons
  • Film Studies


The Upper School Ensemble earned an Excellent rating at the Music in the Park in Williamsburg. 

  • Choir/A Cappella 
  • Music Ensembles (pictured)
  • Dance
  • Paper Modeling
  • Theater
  • Woodworking
  • Pottery
  • Fiber Art
  • Float Design and Construction
  • 2D and 3D Art
  • Rise Up!
  • Literary Journal


The Valley STUwards, an environmentally focused group of students, recently transformed a strip of an alleyway behind the Eastham Center into a pollinator garden with the help of Staunton neighbors. In the biology lab on campus, the group also raised more than 140 native brook trout from eggs over a 6-month period and released the trout into a tributary of the Middle River.

  • Community Service
  • Environmental Club
  • Black Student Union
  • Valley STUwards (pictured)
  • Yearbook