Clubs & Activities
- Abbey Players
- Anime Club
- Art Club/Open Studio
- Aviation Club
- Business and Economics Club
- Chess Club & Team
- Culinary Club
- Current Events Club
- Cycling club
- Delbarton Angler's Club
- Delbarton Literary Artistic & Cultural Club
- Diversity Among Peers (DAP)
- Engineering & Design Club
- Environmental Club
- Film Club
- French Club
- German Club
- Health Education and Response Team (H.E.A.R.T)
- History Club
- Italian Club
- Latin Club
- Math Club
- Middle School Consortium
- Model United Nations
- Music Ensembles
- Ping Pong Club
- Photography Club
- Rock Band Club
- Rugby Club Team
- Science League
- Soccer Intramural Club
- Social Justice Committee
- Spanish Club
- Stamps, Coins, and Paper Money
- Student Alumni Association
- Trivia Team
- Ultimate Frisbee Club
Presents a fall play, a winter musical in collaboration with the music department, and a spring one-act play festival featuring student written and directed plays. For those who are more comfortable behind the scenes, the stage crew builds sets, hangs lighting, and ensures the productions run smoothly. Open to all students, grades 7-12.
Mr. Corica, Mr. Bodd, Mr. Theroux, Mr. Flynn, Mr. Blazier
Delbarton’s Business and Economics Club fosters awareness of global economic issues and serves our community by organizing events of interest, sponsoring both internal and national competitions, promoting social responsibility, and improving financial literacy.
Under the club’s umbrella, the following subgroups operate, each directed by student leaders:
Delbarton’s newspaper, the Courier, seeks to communicate and celebrate the whole Delbarton experience: arts, athletics, and service. The Courier is also a forum for the constructive exchange of ideas on issues of concern to students and faculty. We always need new writers, artists, and photographers to help us.
Mr. Wyatt, Mrs. Loveday, Mrs. Brown
DelbarTech is an organization for students who are interested in computers and networking. The group is open to grades 7-12, and works closely with the school's technology center. Participating students will have opportunities to complete tech projects, work with school support personnel on school needs as well as special events, and grow their knowledge and experience with school technologies.
The D.A.P group’s main goal among many is to increase cultural awareness and celebrate diversity throughout all aspects of the Delbarton community. We will accomplish this task, in part, through activities and collaborative exchanges where we can share aspects of life that make us particularly unique.
Mrs. Gomez, Mr. Negrin
A “GREENER” WAVE: Being good stewards of creation is a human responsibility. Students (grades 7-12) become informed about environmental abuse and its human impact, seek to raise awareness of these issues across campus, and participate in various conservation, protection, and beautification projects.
This program will be dedicated to teaching students about health risks, particularly of the cardiac nature, in our everyday lives. We also plan to educate each member on how to perform CPR and how to properly use a defibrillator (AED) so it may come in useful in the event of a cardiac arrest or other serious health risk. Other events and fundraisers planned.
Mrs. Pereyra R.N.
An organization of students who take interest in subjects germane to the study of history. The club sponsors a number of exciting programs, including trips to the Morris Museum, the Cloisters, Imax Theaters, and Medieval Times. In addition, the club sponsors a series of lectures and movies, which includes pizza, soda, and a movie.
Mr. Fleishman, Mr. Thompson
Open to all students, grades 7-12, who wish to explore the riches of Italian culture, charm and cuisine as well as centuries of history, art, and music. Activities may include visits to the Italian Embassy, marching in the Columbus Day Parade, and frequent dining at fine Italian restaurants.
Mr. DelGuercio, Mr. Pieraccini
Open to all students, grades 7-12, who are studying or are interested in the culture, philosophy, and language of ancient Rome. The aim is to develop an interest in the classics while meeting the social and academic needs of its members who plan and participate in a wide-range of activities to foster these objectives.
The Middle School Consortium is a group of 10 schools, which sponsor an annual calendar of events to promote student growth. Activities include a spelling bee, general knowledge tournament, problem solving workshop, forensic tournament, tennis, and chess tournament. There is a limited number of students allowed to participate in each event. Announcements will be made during conference block and through daily announcements.
This club, open to all student’s grades 9-12, meets to discuss international government, world geography, foreign policy and the United Nations. Club members debate and compete both here at Delbarton and at conferences held all over the Tri-State area. Delegates to these conference trips are chosen by performance in meetings and workshops.
Open to all students, grades 7-12, in a wide variety of instrumental and vocal ensembles, including:
- Percussion (Mondays 5:30-7:30 pm)
- Jazz (Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 pm)
- Woodwind Ensemble (Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm)
- Wind Ensemble (Tuesdays 6:30-8:00 pm)
- Abbey Orchestra (by audition Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 pm)
- Young Abbey Orchestra (Thursdays 7:00-8:00 pm)
- Schola Cantorum (Chorus on Tuesdays 2:45-4:30pm and Thursdays 5:30-7:00pm)
- Arma Lucis (Thursdays 7:00 – 7:45 pm)
- The Benedictones (Thursdays from 7:00-8:00pm)
Learn how to take pictures using a 35mm camera in manual mode. Also learn to develop black and white film and print photographs. Students in the club often support the school publications by providing requested photos. Meets Monday, Tuesday, and Friday at 2:45 p.m. in the darkroom, T338. Open to students, grades 7-12.
Every Thursday in the band room, bring your drum sticks, bass or electric guitars, and come sing and play your favor pop and rock songs along with other Delbarton musicians! This dynamic group of musicians collaborates to perform throughout the year at morning meetings as well as performing for pep rallies and Delbarton Coffeehouse events.
Mr. Pieraccini, Mr. Rose
Delbarton’s Social Justice Committee is a group of juniors and seniors who act as peer leaders to promote awareness of issues of intolerance and economic privilege. The most prominent activity is planning, coordinating, and leading two Prejudice Reduction Workshops for the freshmen each year. Meetings alternate between conference blocks, afternoons, and evenings. Open to juniors and seniors by application.
The Spanish Club is designed to foster interest in the language and culture outside the classroom. It is open to all students, grades 7-12. The club sponsors a variety of activities including trips to Spanish restaurants, Broadway or off-Broadway plays, musicals, museums, and other cultural events.
Mr. Paris, Ms. Nourie
Open to all students, grades 7-12, this association works closely with the Delbarton Alumni Association and provides support for events and activities, including Homecoming, phone-a-thons, and alumni gatherings and dinners. Representatives of this committee will be invited to attend alumni meetings, serve as liaisons between the student body and Delbarton alumni and will enjoy dinners and other benefits for their contributions.
Mr. Craig Paris ’82
The Delbarton Ultimate Frisbee Club is a fun way to be active in the spring and experience a new team sport. This club started a number of years ago and regularly practices after school in the spring season and competes against area schools. To become involved speak to any team member or express interest at the activity fair.