Clubs & Special Activities

At Walker, the fun doesn't stop when the academic school day ends! We offer over 20 engaging and diverse after school activities for our Primary and Lower School students from coding and Cub Scouts to lacrosse and Lab Rats!

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  • Primary School After School Activities

    • Abrakadoodle Art
    • Brainy Builders
    • Dance
    • Karate Kids
    • Mr. Greg’s Musical Madness
    • Musical Movement & Piano
    • Playball
    • Soccer Shots
    • Tennis with Coach Debbie
    • Yoga
    After School Activity Brochure
  • Lower School After School Activities

    • 100 Mile Club (before school activity)
    • Abrakadoodle Art
    • Brainy Builders
    • Chorus
    • CodeGym4Kids
    • Cub Scouts – Pack 700
    • Dance Tech & Talent
    • Drama Club – Young Actors Playhouse
    • Karate Kids II
    • Kid Chess
    • Piano Club
    • Playball
    • Robotics with Mrs. Lebron
    • Science – Lab Rats
    • Soccer Shots
    • STEM with Dr. Martin
    • Tennis with Coach Debbie
    • Yoga
    After School Activity Brochure
  • Upper School Clubs & Activities

    Academic Team
    Competes in quiz-bowl style competitions. Do you enjoy playing along when you watch Jeopardy? Do you know lots of random information and you are not sure when it will be useful? Come put it to use by buzzing in to answer questions! We will have practices to get familiar with the buzzers and to play with practice questions. Later in the year, we may attend competitions against other schools.

    Book Club
    The Upper School Book Club is just as you would expect – a student organization that reads and discusses books. Students make selections, read the shared book and meet to discuss those books.

    Chess Club
    Chess club is a group of fun people who gather to play casual or challenging chess games. The top seven players in the club will go as a team and represent Walker in the state-wide chess tournament held each April.

    Debate Club
    Students prepare speeches and debate on local, national and international topics. 

    Diversity Alliance
    The Diversity Alliance promotes the constant pursuit of education on matters of anti-racism, abolition, equity, quality and how to foster those environments, to give students a voice in matters relating to diversity and inclusion within the school community and beyond. They create a safe space where students can discuss cultural diversity and effect change to make our school an even better place. 

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    Members of FCS meet for fellowship, discussions and Bible study. All students are welcome.

    Girls Learn
    Girls Learn International is a club where students learn about and discuss current problems girls face around the globe. Each year the club discusses a specific topic. 

    Great Indoors
    The Great Indoors is a club with the aim of bringing the joy of playing board games and card games back into our lives. This is an opportunity to decompress, hang out with friends and have fun!

    Members of Hillel meet monthly for parties celebrating Jewish traditions. All are welcome!

    Hogwarts Club
    The club is open to anyone who enjoys reading Harry Potter books and watching movies. Participants play games, do trivia, watch the movies and collectively read the books.

    The purpose of Walker’s LGBT +Allies club is to promote equality and acceptance among all students and offer a safe place for LGBT students and their allies to discuss important issues in their daily lives.

    Modern Times Club
    Members of the club discuss current events, including sports, politics, finance and more.

    Mountain Biking Club
    The MBC provides a welcoming and fun environment for riders of all skills levels to explore the Wonder of Wheels. Members learn about cycling and also enhance their performance, fitness and health. The group also volunteers to enhance many of the trails they ride. 

    Physics Club
    Members solve challenging physics problems, study interesting concepts of physics together, and join some team physics contests.

    Math Team
    Students compete with other students and schools by answering math questions.

    National Honor Society
    The National Honor Society is designed to to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in students of The Walker School. Open to 11th and 12th grade students who meet induction requirements.
    NHS Bylaws
    NHS Selection Requirements and Procedures

    Walker Finance Club

    The Walker Finance Club is an organization committed to increasing financial literacy and efficacy among the student body.

    Walker Sports Network
    Members support the Walker Athletics Sports Information Director to bring athletics content to social media. They interview athletes and coaches, write articles, collect data and more.

    Walker World Health Organization
    WWHO is a club for students interested in learning about the fascinating and important field of public health. Students learn infectious diseases, how diseases spread, how they can be prevented and how students can apply a public health lens to chronic conditions like mental health. Members participate in outbreak simulations and learn from great guest speakers in order to learn more about careers in this field.

    Young Republicans Club
    A club for students to express their beliefs and views freely, without insult or fear, to better understand each other and the world around us.

    Art Club and National Art Honor Society
    Art Club is open to all students interested in the Visual Arts. Through activities and events, members will create, promote and advocate the arts at The Walker School and our local community. National Art Honor Society is an honor society for students who excel in the visual arts and have a B overall average, an A in all art classes and who volunteer 20 service hours. Membership in NAHS includes membership to Art Club.

    Coding Club
    The coding club is for students interested in participating in online coding competitions.

    French Club
    French Club focuses on exploring various aspects of French and francophone culture and civilization.

    German Club
    For students who want to learn more about German Culture without the pressure of grades. Students watch German movies, learn about German food, festivals, and holidays. Students gain an insight into what life is like in Germany.

    International Thespian Society
    For the dedicated theatre student, the troupe produces all high school theatre performances and supports all theatre arts at Walker. Membership is by invitation after a student has earned 10 total points (or 100 hours or more) from involvement in two or more shows during the current school year. Points can be earned by, including but not limited to, participating on a technical crew, ushering, pit orchestra and performing. In addition to that, up to five points can be earned by seeing outside shows and turning in a paragraph about each. 

    Shows in 2021 include The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Disney's High School Musical Jr.

    Mock Trial
    Mock Trial is a team-directed competition in which students perform the roles of lawyer for the prosecution, lawyers for the defense, and all of the witnesses. An interest in law and public speaking is important. Additional talents (or skills on which to work) include acting, especially improvisational acting. The competition is against other schools in the area and the state.

    Model United Nations
    Model U.N. is a team where students simulate the United Nations and debate issues that are important to the international community.

    Robotics Club
    Walker Robotics Club participates in FIRST competition. 
    The club offers opportunities for students to participate in one-day competitions and learn how to build robots.

    Sodalitas welcomes all students who enjoy Latin, Greek, mythology, and classical Mediterranean civilization and history! You do not need to be in Latin to join!

    Spanish Club
    Through Spanish Club, we hope to bring people together to learn more about the Hispanic culture. You do not need to be enrolled in Spanish class to join.

    Student Service Organization
    SSO organizes and hosts volunteer opportunities to serve the Walker and greater Marietta community.

    Concert Band
    Led by Walker’s Upper School and Middle School band directors, participants of all levels perform several concerts per year and participate in music festivals in the spring.

    National Music Honor Society
    This club includes events such as recitals, community performances and group outings. It has honor society eligibility based on participation level. 

    Jazz Band
    After-school jazz/ rock band. Any instrumentalist is welcome but must audition. The band performs in the community as well as several concerts a year, Jazz on the Plaza and Spring music festivals.

    Wolverine Attack Band
    Anyone who plays an instrument is welcome as long as you attend rehearsals. The band performs at all home football games, several basketball games, and the season usually includes a performance at State Farm Arena with the Atlanta Hawks! 


Because student interest drives clubs and activities, extracurricular life at Walker is rich and diverse as our student body. Whether you want to explore a talent, serve the community, bolster your academic profile, or just meet new friends, there is something for everyone and everyone has something to offer.

EDP Team

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  • Kareena Dunlap

    Extended Day Program Director
  • Main Campus

    700 Cobb Parkway North
    Marietta, GA 30062
  • Primary School

    830 Damar Road
    Marietta, GA 30062
The Walker School is a private, co-ed day school offering opportunities in academics, arts, and athletics for preschool, elementary, middle, and high school students in Metro Atlanta.