The 1907 Society is a group of committed students who help raise money for Berkshire School's Annual Fund by keeping alumni connected to Berkshire with updates of campus news and upcoming events.
An affinity club that ensures a safe, independent community for the minorities of Berkshire School, specifically for those of Latin and African descent.
To learn and enjoy the sport of badminton.
Bass Fishing Club
The goal of this club is to take a group of students out to go bass fishing each Sunday with the potential opportunity to combine with the Fly Fishing club for fishing trips.
BearsFeed is a student-found, student-led app based in Berkshire School. Founded in 2015 by a group of passionate students, BearsFeed's mission is to provide a virtual platform where students, faculties, and coaches could interact and share their latest updates. Read more about us here: www.bearsfeed.io
To enforce a positive male culture at Berkshire that deconstructs any form of masculinity that hurts young men at Berkshire and beyond. This all males affinity provides a safe space for men to discuss, have dialogue, question, and ultimately understand what it means to be a man. Our goal is to build a family for all boys at Berkshire no matter who they are and what they believe in. As a result, young men will be better equipped to handle what life throws at them and how to be an agent of change.
To find an excuse to wear suits on a Sunday and discuss the weather. Also croquet.
Simply put, to debate.
The purpose of this club is to come together and work towards a more inclusive Berkshire.
Dog Walking Club
To help faculty that need students to walk dogs, and to give students an opportunity to walk dogs because they miss their dogs at home.
To help aspiring entrepreneurs discuss, critique, plan, and execute their ideas. Also, to provide an incentive for students to solve problems around campus.