Clubs & Societies
TASIS Dorado offers a wide array of extracurricular activities. Some academic societies extend membership by invitation only, some require auditions, but many organizations welcome any interested student. Click the button below to review available clubs for the upcoming academic year.
Additionally, below outlines current academic societies available to students by invitation, based on various factors including academic standing, and clubs requiring elections or auditions for membership.
High Honor Roll students in the 10th, 11th and 12th Grades who also display positive character traits may be invited to apply for membership in the NHS. NHS members elect a board to a one-year term. NHS members engage in numerous community service projects.
The Cum Laude Society is an honor society that recognizes the academic excellence of students in independent schools. The articles of the Cum Laude Society state that each chapter may elect members of the college preparatory curriculum with an honor record. The articles further stipulate that each chapter shall determine the nature of what equates to an honor record. Each year, TASIS Dorado’s chapter will select up to 20% of the graduating class and up to 10% of the junior class. These students are expected to have the highest grades and to have enrolled in a diversified range of courses, mainly at the Honors and Advanced Placement levels. The Board of Regents of the Cum Laude Society also assumes the chapters will elect to membership only students who have demonstrated good character, honor, and integrity in all aspects of school life.
Puerto Rico has an extremely competitive series of math competitions, and the TASIS Dorado teams are very successful. Middle School and High School teams compete on the school circuit, and team members typically perform well in the Math Olympics sponsored by the UPR Mayaguez campus.
All TASIS Dorado students are introduced to musical instruments, but the Stage Band and Rock Band are opportunities for dedicated musicians who wish to take their performance to new levels. These students perform in at least one concert per semester. Membership is by audition.