MCPS students can engage and access several different experiences through leadership, service and extracurricular activities. Students are encouraged to participate at the school level and visit this website for additional learning experiences and information, which are often student led. New content and information will be updated throughout the course of the school year.
There are several district-wide student leadership organizations and opportunities to serve as a student leader and share student voice.
Students are encouraged to continue earning student service learning hours towards their graduation requirement, even during distance learning. The MCPS SSL program has made some significant changes to allow students to earn SSL hours virtually if they: Read More
The MCPS extracurricular and fine arts programs continue to operate in-person within the guidelines of Montgomery County Public Schools’ current procedures and protocols for COVID-19 safety. Students, staff, and guests are encouraged to practice mitigation strategies to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (vaccinations, hand hygiene, face coverings are recommended).
MCPS curriculum and instructional office staff continue to provide guidance for engagement that is content focused.
This webpage provides the latest updates on program operations, school specific extracurricular activity program information, and the online student-to-student extracurricular activity experiences.
Students will earn credit towards earning the MCPS Certificate of Student Engagement.
MCPS is excited to bring this wide array of extracurricular activities and fine arts programs to our students. We remain committed to every student through these programs to help students:
Schools will identify their program offerings to include the name of the clubs and organizations, the sponsor name and contact information as well as how to virtually access the extracurricular activity.
The MCPS extracurricular and fine arts program continues to operate in person. Students, staff, and guests are encouraged to follow mitigation strategies to ensure the health of all participants while engaging in extracurricular activities.
Staff from the MCPS extracurricular and fine arts departments continue to participate on the Student-Athlete Medical Advisory Committee. This task force serves as an advisory group for all health and safety initiatives for the MCPS interscholastic athletic program and the decisions made on this committee reflect the needs of the extracurricular and fine arts program and are applied as appropriate.
MCPS wishes to recognize secondary students for commitment in participation in a wide range of MCPS Athletic and Extracurricular Activities. Students will be recognized for various levels of commitment, as outlined below, with the MCPS Certificate of Student Engagement.
Students successfully participate in 1 various athletic and/or extracurricular activity
Students successfully participate in 2-3 various athletic and/or extracurricular activities
Students successfully participate in 4+ various athletic and/or extracurricular activities