MUIDS’ clubs afford each students a chance to develop holistically. By joining and participating in MUIDS’ clubs, students can build a well-rounded personality, and develop leadership skills.
The school offers an extensive student activities program. Each club allows students to apply skills they’ve learned in the classroom as well as develop “soft skills” such as collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity. Many clubs are student led and initiated. Students are encouraged to create their own.
Check out MUIDS’ list of clubs for additional information.
Junior Achievement is a club for students interested in business. They develop leadership skills, learn about money management, and create individual projects to improve the local community.
The MUIDS Model United Nations (MUN) club engages in an authentic simulation of the United Nations system. Students learn debate skills such as compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation.
Sports clubs cultivate important life skills such as cooperation, planning, and perseverance. Students learn these skills by competing with each other, with local schools, and with schools throughout the world.