Burke Life

Student Activities

Student Clubs

Complementing academics, arts, and athletics, Edmund Burke School is home to 40 student-led clubs, organizations, and affinity groups.

Many clubs meet each Friday during the school day (while others meet during lunch or after school) and encompass social action, publications, dance, chess, and yoga, among many other pursuits and passions.

Student Government

Burke's student-elected leadership organizes and runs one of Burke's important traditions: our weekly all-school assemblies. Student government members also work together on a variety of projects – ranging from organizing fundraisers to collaborating with administrators on school policies.

The Student Government operates under rules outlined in the student-written Burke Student Constitution. 



FRIDAY CLUBS LUNCHTIME CLUBS
Art Club Cooking Club
Film Club Drama Club
Cageliner (Newspaper) Burke Talks
Chess Team
Students Supporting All Sexualities and Identities
Computer Science Club Feminist Cooperative (FemCo)
Dance Club InLight Diversity Magazine
Gender & Society Mixed Race Affinity Group
Jam Band Advocates for Diverse Abilities (ADA)
Key Club News of the World
Knowledge Competitions Chinese Affinity Group
Math Team Black Student Union (BSU)
Music Video Club Examining White Privilege
Outdoor Club Jewish Culture Club (JCC)
Photography, Art, Writing (PAW) Young Black Men
Scrabble Young Democrats
Softball Club Model UN
Stock Market
Student for Environment Action (SEA) AFTER-SCHOOL CLUBS
Students of Color (SOC) Dungeons and Dragons
Tea Club Esports Club
Yearbook Makerspace
Yoga Club Census Team
Young Innovators Club Comic Book Creators
Music Production, Songwriting, and DJ Club
Socal Activism Club (SAC)
Petit Déj Français
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