Student Life

Student Organizations

At Palmer Trinity School, extracurricular activities enriches students’ lives by giving them opportunities to pursue or develop interests, skills, and friends.
In many cases, these activities supplement the academic program. Palmer Trinity School offers a variety of interesting and meaningful clubs, student government association, service clubs and organizations to meet the interests and abilities of all students, and to sustain the mission of the school.

Clubs should plan to meet at a minimum of once monthly and will have a written, meaningful and measurable goal/s to complete for the school year. An evaluation form will be completed at the end of the School year. An exciting calendar of events is located on the School’s Master Calendar reflecting upcoming activities and events (i.e. Homecoming, days of service, etc.)


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  • Student Government Association (SGA)

    Student Government at Palmer Trinity School consists of an Upper School Student Council and the Honor Council. Student Council representatives are elected annually. Class presidents are elected annually. Students electing to run for school office must have their advisor and the Deans' Office sign their candidacy petition indicating their support for the student. Students whose disciplinary records are inappropriate may, therefore, be disqualified from serving as class officers.

    2018-2019 Student Government Leaders

    Executive S.G.A.
    President- Noah Pirani
    Vice President- Kyon White Royal
    Treasurer- Joseph Sulkes
    Secretary- Sara White
    Community Service Chair- Reilly May
    Spirit Chair – Carmen Gonzalez del Valle
    Parliamentarian- Brooke Kleber

    Class of 2019
    President – Alexandra Miranda Castellon
    Vice President- JP Arrien
    Secretary-Isabella Gomez
    Treasurer-Jacob Gassenheimer
    Historian-Nico Rey
    Community Service Rep- Andres Alvarez Paul
    Class Rep- Martin Balarezo
    Class Rep- John Malloy
    Class of 2020
    President- Owen Reynolds
    Vice President-Karla Gonzalez
    Secretary-Victoria Barrios
    Treasurer-Lucas Schrier
    Community Service Rep- Helena Evans
    Historian-Hope Almeida

    Class of 2021
    President- Ainara Vadillo
    Vice President-Leandro De Armas
    Secretary –Pedro Morales
    Treasurer- Fiona McLaughlin
    Community Service Rep-Marissa Tannebaum
    Historian- Gabe Friedland
    Class of 2022
    President- Ismael Alvarez
    Vice President- Megan Maguire
    Secretary- Gaby Fernandez
    Treasurer- Carlos Penzini
    Community Service Rep- Jack Dodd
    Historian- Laura Furniss Roe

    Middle School
    President- Eduardo Del Rosal
    Vice Pres- Izzy Giraldo
    Secretary- Tomas Medellin
    Treasurer- Lucia Fernandez de los Muros
    Community Service Rep- Carla Lombardo
  • Honor Societies

    Honor societies include the following: Chinese National Honor Society, International Thespian Society, La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, Societe Honoraire de Francais, and Tri M Music Honor Society. These honor societies include students who have attained distinction in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. A Faculty Selection Committee appoints members. Once appointed, a member is expected to maintain high standards in order to continue as a member. Because this is one of the highest honors a student can achieve at Palmer Trinity School, much is expected of its members.

    For more information regarding joining an Honor Society, download the Eligibility for application to PTS Honor Societies form.
  • Math/Science clubs

    Mu Alpha Theta (math club) and the Science Club are examples of other academic clubs designed to provide forums for the related subjects to those interested students.
  • Interest Clubs

    The number and kinds of interest clubs vary from year to year as chartered by the Student Council. Students interested in forming an interest club should contact the Director of Student Activities for organizational information. Some of the interest clubs currently chartered include Anglers Club, Best Buddies Club, Book Club, Breakthrough Miami, Center for Writing, Debate Club, ECO Club, Gaming Club, Haiti Partnership Club, Hope for Tomorrow, Hoop Dreams, Marine Conservancy, Model UN, Peer Educators, Second Chance, Student Alumni Association, Student Vestry, Tabitha Club and Youth in Government. Students are always encouraged to create new academic or interest clubs. They must have a faculty sponsor and have applied for and been granted a charter from the Student Council. Students should contact the director of student activities for organizational information.
  • Student Activities Sponsors

    Each service club, society, academic club, class, and interest club is required to have at least one faculty sponsor to attend each meeting and organization event. The role of that sponsor is to provide responsible guidance at the group’s meetings and in their selection and organization of activities. Groups that are affiliated with organizations from the community (i.e., Lighthouse for the Blind, Habitat for Humanity, CPHI, Branches, etc.) may have additional sponsors or advisors from that parent organization.
  • Publications

    Palmer Trinity School student publications include a yearbook, The Raptor, and literary magazine, Blue Grass Green Sky. Students produce each publication with the assistance of a faculty advisor.
For a listing of all clubs, honor societies, and student organizations available at PTS, download the PDF below.

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