Seattle Prep offers a rich tapestry of affinity clubs, each fostering a sense of belonging and a safe space for students with shared interests and backgrounds. These clubs provide a platform for students to connect, learn, and grow together. Discover below which club might be for you, and if you can't find one that suits you, you can always start your own!
The Asian Pacific-Islanders Club (APIC) is a group of students committed to creating a support system for each and every Asian/Pacific Islander-American student at Seattle Prep through cultural promotion, service, and discussion; and spreading awareness and enriching the environment at Seattle Prep by bringing Asian and Pacific Islander culture to the wider Seattle Prep community.
In addition to being part of the 2023-24 Alumni Service Corps, Dylon Alindogan '19 and Ben De La Cruz '19 are the Asian Pacific-Islanders club moderators.
The Seattle Prep Black Student Union (BSU) serves as an advocacy organization for African-American students. The group actively supports students emotionally and academically while participating in functions on and off campus that enrich and enlighten the journey of African-American students.
Deino Scott '74 is the moderator of the BSU and has been teaching and coaching at Seattle Prep for over 17 years. He is entering his sixth year as Prep's Diversity Director.
The Latino Club is a group of students who both identify as Latino/a and those who are interested in being a part of a welcoming community. Latino Club strives to provide opportunities to get involved in the greater Latino community as well as in the Seattle Prep community. The Latino Club meets regularly and gives students a place to voice their opinions and perspectives as well as have fun interacting in a safe social setting with their peers.
At Seattle Prep, we understand the importance of inclusivity and providing a supportive community for all our students. That's why we're proud to introduce the Seattle Prep Pride Alliance, a vibrant and welcoming affinity club.
The Seattle Prep Pride Alliance is a space where LGBTQ+ students and allies come together to celebrate diversity, foster inclusion, and uplift one another. Our club is more than just a gathering—it's a support network that embraces all that are a part of the LGBTQ+ community.
FIG is a group for Prep students committed to advocating for social, political, and economic equality of all genders. Throughout the year we feature guest speakers, discussion groups, and activities to further our goal of working together for gender justice inside and out of the Prep community.
Elizabeth Borgen has served as faculty moderator for FIG since 2015 and is the Director of the McKay Library.