Campus Life
Student Life and Leadership

Clubs and Activities

Ben Lipson Upper School Clubs

List of 15 items.

  • Best Buddies

    Best buddies is a club that facilitates friendships between students with special needs and Scheck Hillel students. Friendships are formed through sports games, lunch meetings and fun events. Best buddies provides these children with a sense of comfort by integrating them into the Scheck Hillel community.
  • Books Across Borders

    This club is dedicated to collecting books for donation to students in countries who lack resources to purchase books.
  • Chesed Club

    The Chesed Club focuses on performing acts of kindness for others in both the Jewish and non-Jewish communities. Some events including visiting the elderly, the annual Chanukah toy drive, volunteer Thanksgiving meal program, Pesach food drive and visiting sick patients in hospitals.
  • Elderly Helpers Club

    The Elderly Helpers Club visits with senior citizens at local nursing homes. Every other week, they spend time with residents, make them cards, and help serve their meals. Elderly Helpers pride themselves on bettering the days of those who do not have their families and friends around them.
  • Entrepreneur Club (E-Club)

    The E-Club is a unique opportunity for students to explore the business world firsthand. Through meetings with various business leaders in the community, E-Club learns about business skills, values, and day to day operations of a successful company.
  • Friends of the IDF (FIDF)

    The FIDF Club works closely with the Greater Miami chapter to support the brave soldiers of the IDF.  Throughout the year, students run fundraisers and volunteer at annual FIDF events.  This club serves as a unique way for students to connect to their counterparts in Israel.
  • HIPAC Israel Club

    The Hillel AIPAC club provides an opportunity for students to develop skills to defend and lobby for the interests of the State of Israel in the US Government.  Through dedication and commitment, student activists and leaders earn the privilege to travel to Washington to meet with members of Congress to lobby for Israel.
  • J-STAR (Jewish Students Taking an Active Role)

    J-STAR is a club that focuses on community outreach activities.  J-STAR strives to make service something that all students see as a critical part of their lives.
  • Jewish Mysticism Club

    This club delves into the deepest secrets of the Torah.  They study a variety of concepts from Kabbalah, creation, the interaction between the finite and infinite, and  the secrets of the Mitzvot.
  • Map of the Modern World

    This club is a forum for interested students to explore current events and the most significant changes in our world.  We discuss a variety of issues, ranging from terrorism, and political instability, to culture and life around the world.
  • NCSY Club

    The local Hillel NCSY chapter meets on a weekly basis to discuss modern Jewish issues that affect teens.  Their mission is for students at Scheck Hillel to strengthen their Jewish pride and connection to Jewish traditions.
  • Peer Mentoring Club

    This club was designed to help middle school students looking for academic support in school subjects.  Students receive tutoring from high school students who excel in specific subject areas.
  • Project Appreciate

    Throughout the school year, Project Appreciate collects money from grateful students and parents, and donates gifts cards to school maintenance and food service staff in appreciation for their hard work and dedication.
  • Spirit Club

    The Spirit Club gives Hillel students an opportunity to express their school spirit and pump up the crowd at school sporting events.  We aim to unite our school community through Lion Pride Ruach!
  • Sustainability Club

    The Sustainability Club works to help “green” the Scheck Hillel community and campus. Through environmental protection and education, we hope to spread our message and help keep our planet clean and beautiful.