The Overlake Preparatory Academy experience doesn’t end with the final class of the day. Our students and faculty are active and involved in learning within and beyond the classroom. OPA students stay on campus to meet with friends, work with classmates, and explore new interests—from sports and the arts to clubs and special events.
Clubs & Activities
Overlake Preparatory Academy students are serious about their studies. But at OPA, the joy of learning, growing, and pursuing personal interests isn’t just academic. With more than 30 available clubs and activities, our students are certain to find something to be passionate about outside the classroom.
OPA students create and run their own clubs and activities, with the assistance of faculty advisors, and almost every student is involved in at least one of them. In the process, they develop leadership skills while enjoying an activity that’s personally meaningful. Clubs and activities allow OPA students to create community by connecting and collaborating with schoolmates who share their interests.
In a typical week, an OPA student might spend their afternoons involved in athletic practices and games, plays or musical performances, academic or special-interest club meetings, and tutoring and group studies. All of these opportunities – and many others – afford OPA students the opportunity to hone organizational, time management and leadership skills upon which they will rely for years to come. Whatever shape your interests take, you’ll have many opportunities to pursue them at OPA—in our classrooms, but also within our dynamic, engaged community.