LESSONS ARE NOT LIMITED to classroom time, nor are they merely extended onto athletic fields. Learning encompasses all aspects of a day, a week, a year -- it merely requires an open mind and an engaged spirit.

McCallie is not a place merely for classes and competition. McCallie is a community of young men learning they can make a difference, making important choices and experiencing life. Links in the menu on the right will take you to information on McCallie's varied and expansive afternoon and weekend activities programs, its coordinate program with Girls Preparatory School, an explanation of the school's emphasis on spiritual life, pages on college guidance, the library, the learning center, the writing center, and summer opportunities.

Clubs & Organizations

Student Organizations at McCallie are divided into three general areas:
  • Afternoon Activities
  • Clubs
  • Organizations
Complete and updated information about all three of these categories are available in the Blue Book (see links to PDFs at right or below), the student/parent handbook for McCallie School, but included below are a brief description and sampling of each category:

List of 3 frequently asked questions.


    These activities are part of the Afternoon Program. Try-outs may be involved; several activities have weekend obligations. More information is in the "Activities, Clubs and Organizations" section of the Blue Book (see links to PDFs at right or below). Examples of Afternoon Activities available:
    The Argonaut
    Academic Bowl
    Blue Crew Cheerleaders
    Debate Team
    Drama Department
    Ecology and Recycling
    Mock Trial (Student Law Firm)
    Model United Nations
    The Outdoor Program
    The Pennant
    Science Olympiad and Science Bowl
    Senior Projects
    The Tornado

    These groups usually meet during the school day and are open to those students who want to get involved in special areas of interest. Clubs are expected to include a service component. More information is in the "Activities, Clubs and Organizations" section of the Blue Book (see links to PDFs at right or below). Example of Clubs available: 
    African-American Alliance
    Amnesty International
    Art Club
    Essential Liberties Club
    International Club
    Key Club
    Language Clubs (Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Classics)
    Music Club
    Photography Club
    Young Democrats and Young Republicans

    These longstanding organizations tend to have activities outside the school day and/or selective membership. More information is in the "Activities, Clubs and Organizations" section of the Blue Book (see links to PDFs at right or below). Examples of Organizations at McCallie are:
    Campus Entertainment Committee
    Chapel Committee
    Cum Laude
    Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    Habitat for Humanity
    McCallie Athletic Council
    McCallie’s Big Brothers
    McCallie Investment Society
    McCallie Music:
    (The Chamber Singers, The Honors Orchestra, The Candlelight Chorus, The Guitar Quartet, The Vestry Singers, The Jazz Band, The Pep Band, Handbells)
    *Missionary Committee
    National Honor Society
    Student Council
    *Student Senate
    Young Life
    * denotes McCallie’s oldest organizations

Student Handbooks

  • Upper School Blue Book 2016-17
    McCallie's Upper School student/parent handbook, with rules, expectations, and explanations of programs and policies, is available in a printable web-friendly PDF.

McCallie School

McCallie is an All-Boys Private Boarding School and Day School, a Christian-based College Prep School.
McCallie seeks out and accepts boys from all ethnic, racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds and places a high value on a diverse student body. 

Want the best education for your daughter? Visit Girls Preparatory School, McCallie's sister school!