After the school day, students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities that meet their interests. Extracurricular activities are usually conducted outside the school day and students do not receive grades for their participation in such an organization.
Faculty members sponsor such activities as Chess Club, Dance Team/ Cheerleading, Student Newspaper, Art, Spoken Word, Spelling Bee, Robotics, Soccer, Volleyball, Baseball, Flag Football, Track and Basketball
To promote enrichment learning, IMSA teachers encourage their students to participate in local and national festivals and competitions. Advanced Math, Robotics and Science teams train for all levels of competition.
All teachers of IMSA-West Indianapolis will sponsor and lead at least one club. Individuals from partnering organizations, in particular those who can offer expertise in math, science, and technology, also will sponsor clubs.
Clubs activities will last from 45 minutes to an hour after school.
Some clubs may meet more than once a week or even on the weekends. Concepts-managed schools currently offer a wide array of clubs including yearbook, science, table tennis, cooking, world cultures, newspaper, chess, engineering, drama, movie, book, and folk dance.