Co-curricular activities have long been recognised as a way for pupils to express themselves, try a new skill, provide service to the school and community and develop leadership, social, and organisational skills. All pupils are expected to register for at least one club during the year. There are a number of Clubs and Societies flourishing at Kyle College from which pupils can choose from.
Chess Club is for any student interested in playing the game. The club is open to all students regardless of skill level.
Kyle College has a talented and award winning choir. The Choir competes at the annual National Institute of Allied Arts Eisteddford.
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The debate club gives students of all abilities a fun way of developing their oracy skills, improve critical thinking and confident communication.
The club is for anyone with an interest in drama, be that acting, directing, set building, stage managing. It's aim is to encourage a love of theatre within the student community.
The primary goal of the Economics Society is to promote discussion of economic issues -- both theoretical and applied. As well as develop members entrepreneurial skills.
French club is a group of students who are interested and eager to learn more about a foreign language, its people and culture.
Interact is dedicated to providing service to the community. Founds are raised by the club to support a few worthy causes.
Club moto is "Smart people read books." Members help with day to day runnings of library and fund raise for new books.
Leo clubs encourage youths to develop leadership qualities by participating in social service activities. Founds are raised by the club to support a few worthy causes.
Toastmasters members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Scripture Union club focuses on the spiritual growth of it members. Weekly meetings are held where members take part in bible study and praise and worship sessions.
The club lives by the moto: "Spread the message not the disease" Funds are raised to help aids orphans attend school.
The Sabi Star is the school newspaper which aims to provide coverage of what is happening around the school.
Quiz Club offers a unique and exciting way to motivate, inspire, encourage and reward it's members in their quest for knowledge.
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