BodyEvery year, our PTAA organizes, hosts, and staffs a variety of community-building events. They are a big part of what makes our community so special.   

BodyCA 5k Run and Expo 
A morning run/walk through the hidden parts of our beautiful campus ending in a vendor Expo in our track and field stadium.  

CA Fund Drive 
A crucial support of our school activities. Volunteers are needed to help the fund drive by working with the Development Coordinator and CA Fund Co-Chairs. Responsibilities include working the Phone-a-Thon and preparing mailings from home.  

Charger Cup 
A longstanding annual tradition, Middle School advisories face-off in a blue versus gold showdown during our annual Charger Cup field day.  

Family Service Day 
Held in collaboration with our Center for Community Engagement, our family service days bring together the whole family to make a meaningful impact in our community.  

Freshman Welcome Dinner 
A welcome dinner designed to ease the transition to Upper School facilitates connections between new and veteran Upper School parents.  

Friday Night Lights 
A Upper School student favorite, join us for an annual tailgate and traditional flag football game coached by the Upper School boys. 

Fun Fest 
A beloved carnival-style family event boasts giant inflatables, a DJ, games, and snow cones.  

Grade-Level Activities 
From on-campus events to end of trimsester parties, we arrange numerous grade-level activities throughout the year.  

Show your Charger pride during our traditional Homecoming celebration for our students and alumni.  

SixthGrade Community Lunch 
Welcoming the newest members of our community, our sixth-grade community lunch brings together our new sixth-grade students, their parents, advisors, and administrators to forge bonds for the new school year and beyond.  

Special Olympics 
We’re proud to host our local Special Olympics every May.  

Taste and Toast 
The social event of the year, this community celebration is a casual evening of socializing and reconnecting with friends old and new.  

An annual celebration of our community’s diverse heritage, Ubuntu offer an opportunity to share our various cultural and social perspectives, experiences, or talents with our students.