Though not a formal part of our curriculum, Hunt offers a broad range of extracurricular activities. Interscholastic and intramural sports and activities offer students many opportunities to become involved. All sports and activities are open to all students, and all three grades are mixed on all teams and in all activities.
Hunt also offers an afterschool program with a robust selection of activities for students after the school day ends.
Students are informed of the time and place to sign up for sports and activities during school announcements. All sports require a significant time commitment. Practices or games are generally held daily during the season, and attendance at practice is required to play in games. However, accommodations can be made if a student has a regular commitment after school that conflicts with practice or games. Coaches should be notified in advance of such conflicts. There is a variety of student activities including yearbook, student council, STOP, Math Counts, drama and special interest clubs offered at Hunt. Most clubs and activities meet weekly or several times each month. Students should listen to announcements for more information. We strongly encourage all students to participate and support these activities.
Hunt is also involved in a 21st Century Grant, which offers additional afterschool and summer activities that serve an extensive range of interests. Information regarding these activities is mailed home in advance of the activity sessions. For more information regarding this collaborative program with Sara Holbrook, contact Gabe Diaz at 802-316-1454.
Homework Help is offered every morning beginning at 7:00 AM and Monday through Thursday after school until 4:30PM. This is an excellent opportunity for students to receive assistance from school personnel in order to complete their homework. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity, and to gain additional access to school computers.