|Asian Inspiration Multiplied (A.I.M.)
||Ava Cheng '25 / Max Kim '25
||Cheng Mei Rothschild
||To provide awareness about racism and brutal attacks on Asian-Americans and to be a support network for Asian students
|American Sign Language
||Jacob Schreiber '23
||To educate people about American Sign Language and deaf culture, to increase accessibility on campus and to give people the opportunity to connect with deaf citizens
|Angels for Allison
||Emily Commander '24 / Ellie Smith '24
||To raise awareness of the parent organization of the same name that supports parents in their time of loss
||Magnolia Fox '24
||To educate the Bolles community on the importance of non-kill shelters, fostering, adopting and volunteering.
||Hala Salameh '24
||To increase awareness around Arabic language and culture. It will also help students develop compassion for other cultures.
||Ashvatha Arun '23 / Dalia Ibrahim '23
||To promote the love of art and to create art installations for the Bolles School.
|Black Student Union
||Breeland Madison '23
||Mannie Wellington / Alana McIntyre-Nathari
||To educate people about the treatment and life experiences of blacks and other minorities. To promote diversity and cultural understanding.
|B.L.U.E. Service Club
||Luke Santamaria '24
||To build a sense of community through education about and service trips to the Dominican Republic. B.L.U.E. stands for Building Love Uniting Everyone.
||Anna Turner '24
||To help bring awareness to and support for children and adults with special needs. This club works with the North Florida School.
|Bolles Future Business Leaders
||Diya Patel '23
||To educate the community of the importance of business leadership and to promote local businesses that support diversity, inclusion and sustainability
|Bolles Investment Club
||Everett Stiegler '23 / Donald Downer '23
||To educate the Bolles community about the benefits of getting involved in stocks and to provide a better understanding of personal finance
|Bolles Premedical Society
||Christian Dovellos '25 / Soumya Kondu '25
||To unify students who have a common interest in the allied health fields. The club will benefit participating students through multiple volunteer opportunities, guest speakers and hands on medical experiences.
|Bolles Supporting First Responders
||Gracey Estepp '25 / Amanda Tun '25
||To educate the Bolles community on how beneficial first responders are the Jacksonville community. Students will get the chance to interact with our local heroes and express our gratitude for their service through a variety of community service projects.
|Building Leaders Today and Tomorrow (BLT2)
||Eve Surface '25 / Spencer Surface '23
||To allow Bolles students to mentor the students at Tiger Academy. We hope to build a connection between the schools to encourage high performing Tiger Academy students to develop an interest in attending Bolles.
||Meia Popp '24
||To provide young people without resources, either financial or otherwise, the opportunity to outfit themselves in donated clothes for proms, dances, academic award and sports banquets. This club is affiliated with the organization of the same name.
|Camp I Am Special
||Millicent Fox '24 / Maddox Fox '24
||To increase awareness and support of the camp of the same that provides children and adults with special needs a place to have fun with others while navigating their challenges and abilities with the aid of a personal buddy.
|Care for Kids
||Daniel Ji '24 / Katrina Kirov '24
||To help kids both in and out of our school through mentoring, providing support to resource centers and helping in educational activities. This club is affiliated with MARC and Connecting Thru Music.
|Characters for Care
||Zoe Fineman '25 / Kylie Morton '25
||To raise awareness about kids with special needs and to participate in events for them while dressed in character costumes.
||Cormac Kimberly '23 / Tony Wang '23
||Cheng Mei Rothschild
||To promote the Chinese language and culture
||Maya Patel '24
||To work to create a more peaceful and accepting world. We will teach students about human rights, diversity, equity, inclusion, conflict and resolution, and sustainable development.
|Community of Connections
||Veronica Sippens-Groenewegen '24 / Wesley Smith
||To spread awareness of those who engage with sensory awareness disabilities and to educate our population about the mission of the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
|Computer Science Club
||William Schilling '24
||To support each other in studying computer code and expose the Bolles community to external opportunities for aspiring computer scientists.
|D.E.S.C. Club (Downtown Ecumenical Service Council)
||Olivia Meux '24
||To help the homeless population of Jacksonville through activities linked to the parent oranization of the same name.
||Penelope Kavalieros '25 / Anna Turner '24
||To help raise awareness of and money for the illness of DIPG, a type of aggressive brain tumor that is difficult to treat.
|Dreams Come True
||Lilly Salvador '24 / Mary Holton Parks '24
||To help raise funds to send a child with a very serious medical condition on a trip or the help make a 'dream' come true. This club is affiliated with the non-profit of the same name.
|Fight Against Hunger
||Bella Bergeron '24 / Macy Pargman '24
||To help fight against hunger through a partnership with Meals of Hope
||Isabel Bassin '24
||To celebrate French culture and language and to encourage others to appreciate foreign languages.
|Future Business Leaders of America
||Anjali Gusani '25
||Dr. Danton Kostandarithes / Jeff Role
||FBLA is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs.
|Gay Straight Alliance
||Campbell Ford '23
||Dr. Jack Fitch / Lily Kuonen / Chris Hicks
||To create a safe place for LGBTQ students and their allies to gather and maintain a support group. We hope to foster acceptance and compassion.
|Hispanic Student Union
||Emms Vasquez '25 / Sofia Brieva '25
||To spread cultural awareness and give back to less-fortunate communities through our core values of charity, inclusivity, and support.
|Hope Across Oceans
||Aniaya Nahar '25 / Emerson Smith '25
||To educate the Bolles community about the need for and to supply resources and funds for clean water, sanitation and hygiene to Haiti and other countries in need.
|Hope for All
||Riya Kar '24
||To support Hope Lodge, an organization that provides housing and utilities to patient's who are battling cancer.
||Aditi Ranjan '23 / Aisha Hasan '23
||To spread the culture of India by holding events celebrating Indian culture and to act as a support group
|International Community Soccer Alliance
||George Louh '25
||To work with local, non-profit Kim's Open Door, in supporting refugee children through the power of playing soccer. Bolles students will make social and emotional connections while helping a community transition to a new country.
|International Student Union
||Jessica Boylan / Kristin Hong
||This group serves as a support group for all international students as well as a platform for educating the greater population about various cultures
||Michael Scott Burgstiner '23
||To promote the Japanese language and culture
|Jewish Student Union
||Noah Sacks '24 / Sophia Stromberg '23
||Cheng Mei Rothschild
||To strengthen Jewish identity, act as a support group, build Jewish pride and provide an opportunity for Jewish learning and interaction between and among all students of the upper school.
||Sarah Park '25 / Jaden Taher '25
||To support refugee / migrant children and to assist in their acclimation into new schools. This club is affiliated with the local club of the same name.
|Joy for Jax
||Raina Swani '24
||To increase engagement with the special needs community, specifically with students at the Jacksonville School for Autism
|Kids for Kids (formerly Wolfson Children's Hospital)
||Christin Hills '24 / Annika Mirjankar '24
||To support the mission of Wolfsons Children's Hospital and to establish a relationship with their programs so that interested students may be provided the opportunity to shadow doctors
||Cameron Gratz '23
||Meredith Kendall / Mary Caroline Gillam
||To promote a more thorough knowledge of Classical life, history and literature
|Mind Over Matter
||Julia Farhat '24
||To unite student-athletes to advocate the importance of mental health.
||Kathryn Arrowsmith '25
||To fundraise and volunteer for the MOSH museum. We also hope to raise awareness of the local organization to members and non-members. Lastly, we hope to engage members of the club in science and history and help them grow a love for those two subjects.
||Jessie Pearson '23
||Beth Curran / Laura Lane
||To educate the population about Lou Gehrig's Disease and support the organization of the same name that raises money to fund research to fight this disease
||Maggie Maye Stoll '23 / Riley Phillips '23
||To contribute to the nonprofit of the same name whose goal is to provide surgical services for children suffering from cleft palates or cleft lips
||Asha Gopal '23 / Caitlin Connolly '23
||To raise awareness and care for the terminally ill youth in Community Hospice. This club helps give support and resources to patients and family members affected. This club will be affiliated with the local Community Hospice chapter.
|Refugee Relief Services
||Mariam Asad '23 / Rose Ossi '23
||To further the care of refugees in need by assisting Lutheran Social Services
||Andrew McGraw '23 /Elizabthe Csikai '23
||To bring runners of all levels together to share information, form an intentional bond around their preferred activity and to volunteer together at local charity races
|Sanctuary on 8th Street
||Davis Meux '24 / Eli Stevenson '24
||To grow the connection between Bolles and the Sanctuary on 8th Street through volunteer opportunities and fundraising events, and to foster the connections between the students of the two organizations.
||Tucker Sharpe '23
||Pamela Clubb / Cynthia Harcrow
||To build spirit within the senior class and on the campus as a whole. We also adopt a charity annually. Open to females in the senior class.
|Soles 4 Souls
||Nikki Koons '23 / Richa Harmani '24
||To turn unwanted shoes and clothing into opportunity, by keeping them from going to waste and putting them to good use – providing relief, creating jobs and empowering people to break the cycle of poverty.
|Spread the Love with Band Club
||Brady Pargman (9)
||To expose the upper and lower school student at Bolles to music. Th club will serve as an outlet for those that have a love of music even if they are not part of the school's program. Club members will introduce the lower school students to the magic of music on a regular basis.
|Students for Students
||Catherine Hunt '24 / Kyle Crawford '24
||To provide accessible, online tutoring to families that need it through the parent organization of the same name
||Christopher Lee '23 / Isabella Lee '25
||To clean our local beaches and ocean environments and to educate people on the impact of plastics in the marine environment
|V.E.T.S. (Veterans Encouraging Teen Success)
||Katherine Asbury '24
||Daniel Ferrari & Laura Lane
||To promote the emotional and financial support of U.S. veterans. We also hope to inform anyone interested in military career paths.
|Video Production Club
||Lars Jendruschewitz '23
||To help students learn how to create and edit high quality videos. We will teach the students how to work as a team in creating meaningful videos with relevant content.
||Saylor Swartz '25
||To provide a place where students can find friends that they can relate to and as Christians in a diverse school, a place where we can learn how to respect others but also have a safe place where we can fully appreciate God beside other students.
|Youth Against Alzheimer's
||Kelly Donovan '23 / Saanvi Kuravi '23
||To raise money to fund research to end Alzheimer's and educate others about the illness