Skip to main content

Student Life

Clubs & Organizations

EDS students are involved! We offer a broad range of clubs, performance and leadership opportunities to our students and encourage them to follow their passions and try something new.

Students can choose to participate in the student body government, hone their chess strategy, get involved in the community through Boy/Girl Scouts and so much more!

Find out more!

Chess Club - 1st - 8th Grade

When: The club meets from 4-5 pm on Tuesdays.

Who may participate: Chess club is open to students in 1st through 8th grade and no experience is necessary.

Cost associated: The cost for chess club is $45 each 9 week period.

More information coming soon!

Girl Scouts - Kindergarten - 5th Grade

Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School is a proud supporter of Girl Scouts of LA-Pines to the Gulf.  For troop information or to start a troop for your daughter's grade, please contact the Girl Scout office at 337-497-0791.

Jr. Beta Club - 7th - 9th Grade

Junior Beta promotes outstanding academic achievement, exemplifies worthy character and a commendable attitude. Membership to Junior Beta is open to students 6th-8th grade who earn grades no lower than a B average.

The Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School Junior Beta Club currently meets twice per month. New members are invited to join after the first nine weeks' report card.

Student Council - 7th - 9th Grade

Student Council at Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School is the heart of student involvement. It develops leadership skills among students, promotes school spirit and pride, builds communication with all student groups, and serves as the voice of the students.

The Student Council can lead to positive change because its activities and projects are testing grounds for ideas which can become part of the school.

Information for the 2020-2021 will be coming soon!

Library Club

The Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School Library Club is one of the most active clubs in our school and involves grades 5 and up.  The library club is involved both in the school community and with other library clubs around the state.  Knowledge, Reading and Service are the core pieces of action that help guide the clubs activities.  The club proudly supports the Faith & Friends Food Pantry with not only school-wide food drives but work alongside Good Shepherd Episcopal Church members at the pantry monthly.   This club is unique in which it is student-led.  The sponsor guides the discussions but students set the meeting agenda, recruit help, and put their projects into motion.  
Please email Mrs. Paula Clemmons for more information at [email protected]