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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.

B-Strong is an organization striving todevelopthe physical fitness and mental strength of young women, while also promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Beaumont 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

Be@utech 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: The purpose of the Culinary Club 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!

Diversity and Inclusion Team encourages empathetic dialogue and diverse perspective-taking among students, faculty, and staff to support diversity and inclusion initiatives and to build community.

Engineering Club gains exposure to the broad field of engineering as well as explore the fundamentals of engineering principles through fun design competitions.

F.A.M.E (Females Achieving Minority Excellence) is a student club that celebrates minority excellence and multi-cultural education.

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.

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.

Link Crew is a National Organization and it helps our Freshmen to transition into the High School Experience.

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.

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.

Peer Ministry is an exciting and fun team of students, utilizing their faith, enthusiasm, and talents to lead others closer to Christ through planning and executing class retreats, service projects, all-school prayer services, and liturgies.

Rock Climbing Club is paired with The Cleveland Rock Gym, this club develops the essential skills and strength that are needed in the sport of climbing.

Student Council runs programming for leaders, 5 all-school events, and the morning announcements