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Ambassador Club serves as the representatives of Beaumont School at a variety of Beaumont sponsored or outside activities. Some of the duties of the club include providing school tours, acting as a hostess for guests on shadow days and participating in Open Houses.

Beaumont Bridges is an organization that helps our Freshmen to transition into the High School Experience.

Beaumont Drama Club aims to experience creativity through theatre on stage or off stage and allow your talents to shine.

Be@utech/Engineering Club participates in promoting learning and teaching technology applications and coding, from the Hour of Code to touring local technology companies to Be@utech Bootcamp serving young girls. Students are currently also working on creating an e-NABLE 3-D printed hand.

Culinary Club aim is to provide an environment for students to learn basic cooking skills, culinary terminology, and develop an appreciation of different cultures which they experience through the preparation of various world cuisines. Culinary Club provides a venue in which students from various grade levels can socialize, build relationships, and work cooperatively and creatively as individuals and as teams.   Culinary Club students have fun preparing food and enjoy eating the results!

Entrepreneur Club encourages students to develop their entrepreneurial spirit by seeing the world through different lens. They will see problems that exist as opportunities to be solved. We are members of and supported by the VEALE YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR FORUM.

Environmental Science Club aims to raise environmental awareness within Beaumont while brainstorming and implementing methods to make our school more sustainable.

F.A.M.E (Females Achieving Minority Excellence) is a student club that celebrates minority excellence and multi-cultural education. FAME members are dedicated to the task of community building, exceptional leadership, active faith and empowering one another through their high school career at Beaumont.

Fashion Club expands on students' understanding of fashion design. We expect our members to become relatively efficient in sewing, pattern drafting, and designing. We also encourage learning the fashion industry's history as well as the current world of fashion.

French Club is an all-inclusive club of students who promote French culture, language, and activities. 


Future Teachers’ Club encourages members to learn about careers in education to grow by helping others and to lead toward further education.

Hiking Club is a great way to meet some new classmates while taking advantage of Cleveland's amazing parks and hiking trails. We hike one Saturday a month, usually from 10-12am. Each hike is at a different location that is within a 40 minute drive from Beaumont.

International Thespian Society is an honor society for theatre arts students.

Irish-American Club welcomes all students, you don't have to be Irish! Don't worry one of our officers isn't even Irish. The club interacts once a month and host activities such as making shamrock shakes, watching Irish movies, cleaning of the culturals gardens and practicing Irish dance for our talent show event.

Italian Club is an all-inclusive club designed to celebrate Italian culture, language, and activities including regular gatherings to nibble Italian goodies, eat an all-outItalianmeal, and play bocce.

Latin Club aims to teach students about ancient Roman history and culture, connect Beaumont Latin Scholars with those from other schools, and engage in events and activities sponsored by the Ohio Junior Classical League, as well as the National Junior Classical League. Latin Club welcomes students who study any language, all you need is enthusiasm and a desire to learn!

Lit Mag inspires the love of reading and writing.

Mock Trial is a National Program that gives students experience with typical legal cases, legal briefs, witness statements, exhibits, and case law.

Model UN is a simulated United Nations conference in which students from various schools come together and present position papers, attempt to pass resolutions, and engage in diplomatic debates. This year, the conferences will take place virtually, and will occur in the fall, winter, and spring. Model UN is open to all grade levels, and presents scholarship opportunities to students who participate in at least one conference, write a required essay, and submit a teacher recommendation letter.

Music Ministry isanall- inclusive and welcoming club that leads the community in prayer and worship through music.

The National Art Honor Society, affiliation with the National Art Education Association, is a program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The program supports members in their efforts to attain the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Download the form to apply.

National French Honor Society - La Société Honoraire de Français: The aim of the National French Honor Society(sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French) is to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote high standards of scholarship, to reward scholastic achievements, to create enthusiasm for and an understanding of francophone culture civilization, to promote and perpetuate international friendship, and to reward efforts toward furthering solidarity in the French-speaking world. 

National Honor Society The Beaumont School Chapter of the National Honor Society is affiliated with the National NHS and the Association of Secondary School Principals. The purpose of the society, which is selected for membership by the faculty and staff, is to encourage leadership, scholarship, service, and character.

National Spanish Honor Society is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies.

Pottery Club students learn the basics of clay and create beautiful pieces of ceramics. We will meet on the first and third Wednesday of every month. The first Wednesday of the moth will be dedicated to the upperclassmen and the third Wednesday will be dedicated to the underclassmen. Pottery Club is a fun club, where you can unwind and have fun!

Prayer Group All are welcome to join the Divine Mercy Chaplet Prayer Group every Friday at 3:15 pm in the Chapel.  

Pre-Med Club you can prepare and ready yourself for your future in medicine. We have had guest speakers come in from various medical fields to talk about their experiences in medicine. You do not have to be committed to a future in medicine to join. 

PRISM is led by elected students, this group welcomes students from all grade levels as we participate in various discussions, activities and field trips centered around the LGBTQ community and it’s ALLIES. Ultimately, we hope to reinforce that difference is valued as a positive within the community at Beaumont.

Show Up Program is a student-led organization, focused on support to our black and LGBTQIA+ community, hearing their stories, and informing those around us.

Social Justice Club offers students the opportunity to engage in activities that help them understand the world around them and its needs. We strive to promote respect for all life from conception to natural death. This is all inclusive, covering creation, care for the earth, and those who are poor and on the margins of society and matters of justice and peace.

Spanish Club students who join S.A.L.S.A (Spanish and Latin Student Association) help to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for Spanish culture.

Spirit Club students show their love for all things Beaumont whether cheering on classmates at sporting events or making posters for various Beaumont activities.

Student Council is an elected, representative student organization that serves the student body and acts as an intermediary between administration and students.

Tri-M (Music Honor Society) The purpose of Tri-M is to inspire music participation, create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, and promote leadership in the music students of secondary schools. The three M’s in Tri-M stand for Modern Music Masters. Those selected to be in Tri-M will be good students, leaders, and citizens as well as good musicians. 

Women Empowerment club ensures that our Beaumont community feels empowered when at school. We are here to provide that sense of sisterhood!