Providing a dynamic mix of co-curricular experiences is an essential part of our programme
Through participation, students develop as individuals, and discover interests that can last a lifetime. There is something for everyone at any age, including cultural visits, outdoor learning, languages, science, information technology, cooking, sports, street dance, theatre arts, environmental projects, national awards such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, and residential trips both within the UK and Europe.
Our commitment to educating the whole student remains paramount. We encourage all to be adventurous and open to trying new things, as success beyond the classroom is just as important as success within. The division-specific lists below provide an example of the activities on offer, and are constantly updated to accommodate demand.
- Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS)
- International Honor Band and Choir
- International Schools Athletics Association (ISAA)
- International Schools Theatre Association (ISTA)
Lower School co-curricular activities
- Track and Field
- Mad Science
Middle School co-curricular activities
- Rock Band
High School co-curricular activities
- Save the Children
- Amnesty International
- Model United Nations
- National Honor Society
- Year Book
- Rock Band
- Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Student Council
- CAS Rock Band
- STEM Club
- SAT Prep
- Club Eco
- Club Peer
- Tech Club
- Whiteplains - Elder Home Volunteering
As the arts are a crucial part of school life, we make sure our students are exposed to the widest range of participation opportunities.
Music & Performing Arts
Here at ACS we are expanding our opportunities for the whole community to engage in music.
Clubs & Activities
Our After School Activities Programme provides children from grade one and up with additional times to socialise, learn new skills, and have fun with their peers.
Native Language Enrichment (NLE)
At ACS Hillingdon International School, we recognise the important role of a student’s first language in enhancing second language acquisition, cognitive growth and overall wellbeing. For this reason, we host a Native Language Enrichment Programme organised and offered by our school to further students’ proficiency and development in their native language and culture. The NLE programme meets once per week for 45 minutes and is offered complimentary by the school.