|Students with Indigenous Ancestry||Ms. Reid||Opportunity for indigenous students to connect, have lunch together, provide cultural support/perspectives, sense of belonging/pride, and discuss the latest community updates/opportunities.||Conference/classroom at lunch once a month.|
|Chess||Mr. Meldrum||Tuesdays at lunch||Room 207B|
|Debate||Mr. Bell||Thursday after school||Annex 7|
|GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance)||Ms. Mccullough, Mr. Mallet||Mondays at lunch|
The GSA is a student-run club that brings together LGBTQ and straight students to support each other and provide a safe place to socialize. The GSA may also create a platform for activism to educate our community about homophobia and ensure our school is safe, welcoming and a positive place for all students.
|Math Challengers||Mr. Johnson||Wednesdays at lunch|
Consists of grade 9 and 10 students preparing and being mentored by grade 10, 11, and 12 students to prepare for the Math Challengers and University of Waterloo Math competitions. The mentors also travel to Arbutus and Gordon Head Middle School on Fridays after school to prepare middle school students for these competitions.
|Model UN||Mr. Lansdell||Fridays at lunch |
Model UN is for students who are interested in International Politics and diplomacy. We will learn and practice debate skills and prepare for UN Conferences at other schools.
|Dead Poets' Society||Ms.Fehr||Thursdays at lunch. Inspired by the 1989 film of the same name, focuses on sharing poetry by students and analyzing poems by authors. We do slam/performance poetry as well, competing in two competitions annually and sharing in youth open mics around the city.||Annex 2|
|Math Club||Mr.Dickson||Thursdays at lunch. The math club is for students interested in Math who want to write the University of Waterloo's senior math contests (CSMC, Euclid). We will review tricks for Math competitions, do practice questions from previous years, and introduce some interesting Math.||Room 220|
|Science Fair||Mr.Newell||No scheduled meetings but see Mr.Newell for time information||Room 227|
|Book Club||Ms. Jensen||Thursdays at lunch||Library Learning Commons|
|Games Club||Ms. Smith||Every day at lunch - Students help themselves to games such as cards, chess, clue, anomia and can eat lunch with friends||Room 217|
|Robotics Team||Mr. Wilcox, Mr. Boorman||Wednesday and Thursday 3:09-4:30. Please contact Mr. Wilcox or Mr. Boorman before joining. Learn to think like engineers. Robotics team is open to all students and no prerequisites are required. The team will design and build a robot to be used in First Robotics Tech Challenge competitions that occur throughout the the school year||Room 104 and 114|
|Finance Club||Mr. Lee||Wednesdays at lunch.|
The Finance Club is new to Mount Doug as of 2022. Students gather to discuss a variety of financial topics including: current financial market conditions, stocks, bonds, cryptocurrency, real estate, etc
|Italian Club||Ms.Ciccone||Tuesdays at lunch. To celebrate Italian culture and encourage relationships between Italian International Students others at Mount Doug. Students enrolled in Italian classes at Mount Doug are highly encouraged to join to improve their understanding of culture and language. Some topics of interest include conversation, cultural games, food, the Italian school system; family relationships; gestures; songs, etc... All students are welcome to join the club.||Room 209|
|Space Agency Club||Mr. Johnson||Thursdays at lunch|
A club dedicated to inspiring students about the universe, as well as providing them with opportunities related to space exploration.
Please Note: Dance, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Choir, Drama, Grad Council, Leadership, Photography, Musical Theatre, Peer Tutoring, Scholarship, Strings and Yearbook are part of ongoing “credit courses” at Mount Douglas.