Joining a campus club is a great way to meet people with similar interests. As our volunteer base student officers of each club are among our most cherished resources.
The Clubs Advisers will assist students managing the club.
The SMIS students offer over 5 Campus Clubs namely:
We AIM to impart knowledge that is not usually covered in the academic areas therefore it will be beneficial to all members in order to establish skills in the field of Information Technology that they will need in their future careers.
Our OBJECTIVES are to widen the perspectives of the members, socialization and better understanding when it comes to Information Technology and to provide and share information; to educate and assist the members how to use the hardware equipment & software technology, and to cooperate with and to assist the I.T. Department to any school program of activities.
For students who are interested in music and dance. Love Glee? It’s going to be a fun, lively and exciting mix of show stopping tunes and modern day classics sung with a twist.
This Glee Club experience will give the students an opportunity to be introduced to a variety of musical selections and styles.
We will be looking to perform several times between now and the end of the current academic year.
Sport Club is open to all SMIS students of any skill level and offer the opportunity to compete with other schools.
In Sport Club we support the best elements of competition, instruction and recreation by providing the opportunity for all students to participate and be competitive in nature, with an emphasis on participation, skill development, student leadership and work.
The Arts Club invites students who have a passion in painting, drawing, and cutting and wish to contribute to the art community of the school.
Our mission is to strive to equip students with techniques through various activities that take place both in and outside of the school, and an environment that is conducive to creating, exploring, and appreciating art.
Honor Circle Club
The Honor Circle Club provides a forum for the honor students in different grade levels to come together and get to know each other.
The Honors Circle Club is open to students who are high performers in academics thus promotes the club to a source of information about honor studies to a broader campus community and encourages students to become involve in club activities both inside and outside the classroom.