At Webb, the day isn't over when the last class ends: it's time for afternoon activities. Every Webb student participates in an afternoon activity, whether it's playing a sport, taking part in a stage production, building a robot with the Gaulbots robotics team, helping to organize a community service project, or working with fossils at the Alf Museum.
Afternoon activities allow students to explore a wealth of athletic, intellectual, and artistic possibilities outside the classroom. Each activity is led by a teacher with a strong personal interest in that subject or discipline, which also gives students a unique opportunity to bond with their teachers.
By the time they graduate, most Webb students have a diverse portfolio of extracurricular activities.
Like sports, afternoon activities are divided into seasons: fall, winter, and spring. Each season, students have the option to either continue with an activity they're passionate about or sample something new. Many Webb students prefer to try some of everything -- by the time they graduate, most students have a diverse portfolio of extracurricular activities.
Below is a sampling of afternoon activities by season. Certain activities are perennials, while others vary from season to season. (Please note that the activity selection may vary from year to year, based on student interest, teacher availability, and other factors.)