Clubs and Societies

A School’s cultural programme plays a sizeable role in developing well-rounded young people, which leads to their graduation into a diverse world, and the opportunity for expression and personal discovery.

From enchanting orchestra concerts to rousing vocal ensembles; inspirational public speaking, to the strategy of the chess players and inquisitiveness of the Book Club members; there is a cultural experience for all of our pupils. With more than 30 clubs, societies and music opportunities to select from, there is a wide selection of options that are delivered by teachers, staff members and, where required, experts in a field of endeavour.

This popular sport has been a mainstay of the Academy sports timetable with many pupils graduating from our Primary School as highly accomplished archers. A purpose-built range was developed several years ago to further support the continued growth of Archery at the school.
Being an Olympic sport, this discipline offers so much opportunity to our aspiring archers who put in many hours of practice.

Our qualified coaches offer a range of target opportunities and we host a number of school tournaments. The Academy is proud of the number of its pupils who represent Zimbabwe teams in international competition.

The art rooms are a relaxed peaceful environment most of the time. The art club encourages alternative thinking and creativity. You can either start new work or bring your homework in for some extra help and advice.
Enjoy a quiet hour sitting on the bean bags, catching up with your reading in the Academy Library. Discuss your current book and find out about others.
Hellenic Business Club gives pupils a chance to test and try their hand at Business and Entrepreneurship. Pupils are involved in organising “pop-up” stalls around town in an effort to make money for various charities of their choice while gaining interpersonal skills and engaging in basic marketing and branding practice.
Join us to learn chess, play chess and take part in tournaments with other schools.
Every week, students receive a recipe for either a main course or a dessert. They
make these delicious treats in their own kitchens, sometimes with the ‘assistance’ of family members. The results have been spectacular, and the junior chefs have
enjoyed this immensely.