- Weekend Activities
- Energy-Saving Competitions
- Community Service
- Clubs and Organizations
- Typical Weekday Schedule
With a variety of weekend activities from which to choose, boarders are never at a loss for something to do. Activities range from professional and college level sporting events and concerts in Nashville to white water rafting and trips to area malls and movie theaters. Each dorm plans its own activities, as well. The dorms will go out to dinner, watch movies, go bowling, or whatever everyone decides to do.
Webb’s Energy-Saving Competitions are monthly on-campus energy conservation competitions between students in the upper school. Day students are assigned to a group of academic buildings by grade, while boarding students are assigned to their associated dorm. The grade/dorm that reduces electricity and water consumption by the largest percentage wins! Building assignments and past energy reports can be found on the links below:
Webb instills in our students a commitment of service to others. Whether it's a local cause like tutoring elementary students in the area, or a more global one such as a service-learning trip to Costa Rica, Webb students have a giving spirit and are committed to helping others.
By the time they graduate, Webb seniors must have completed at least 70 hours of community service. They may always use summers to accumulate these hours and Webb offers many internal opportunities throughout the year for students to accumulate hours. Many of our students go beyond the minimum graduation requirement!
At Webb, extra-curricular activities are just as important as academics. Clubs and organizations are a way for students to gain important leadership skills and learn how to communicate and work together. They also are a way for students to explore their interests, get involved, and make a difference!
Clubs meet during the academic day, so students can still be involved while also participating in after-school activities such as sports or theater. If a student has a certain passion or interest, and wants to start up his/her own club, that student can! He/She just needs to find a faculty member to sponsor the club, and then recruit other students to join.
49 clubs are offered during the 2018-18 school year for Upper School (US) and Middle School (MS) students.