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    Upper School After School Programs

    Students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to participate in one or more creativity, action, or service extra-curricular activity during each of the three trimesters.  

    After-school activity programs require a fee. After school clubs do not. Most programs start at 3:00 pm and finish between 4:00 and 4:30 pm. Applicable fees for all upper school after-school programs are displayed on the activity registration form. Registration for upper school activities teams takes place online three times a year.  

    Students in grades 9 and 10 may document their hours in service activities on their ManageBac accounts. Students in grades 11 and 12 may document their hours in creative, action, and service activities on their ManageBac accounts.


    2014-2015 Online Registration and Session Dates
    Monday, August 25: Fall online registration begins
    Monday, September 15: Fall after-school activities begin
    Monday, November 24: Winter online registration begins
    Thursday, December 18: Last day of Fall after-school activities
    Monday, January 5: Winter after-school activities begin
    Monday, February 9: Spring online registration begins
    Friday, March 13: Last day of Winter after-school activities
    Monday, March 30: Spring after-school activities begin
    Friday, May 29: Last day of Spring after-school activities
    Program Director
    Neil Brier
    Grades 6-12 Activities and Community Service Coordinator; Social Studies Teacher, Middle School Socc
    (212) 724-6360 Ext 227
    Neil Brier joined Dwight in the spring of 2005. He moved to New York in 2002 after twenty-two years at the Cardigan Mountain School in Canaan, NH. He has traveled and studied in several countries including England, Equator, Finland Haiti, Mexico and Israel. At Dwight, he serves as the CAS Coordinator and oversees the community service and extra curricular activities programs for grades 6-12. Mr. Brier teaches grades 7 & 8 American History, and is an adviser to the Dwight chapter of the National Honor Society. He also coaches the boys 7th & 8th grade soccer team, coaches the spring lacrosse skills activity and supervises the grades 6 & 7 lunch periods. In addition to his Dwight responsibilities, Mr. Brier serves as co-chair of the Youth Committee on Brooklyn Community Board 14 and is an "Elite" level reviewer on Yelp.com.
    Sample Offerings | Fall 2014
    Offerings may include:
    • Prom Committee
    • Model UN
    • Digital Photography
    • Fencing
    • Robotics
    • Electronic/Manga and Anime
    • Yoga
    • Zumba
    • Honor Council
    • Experiencing Shakespeare
    • Fashion Design
    • Amnesty International
    Link to Registration & Program Descriptions