Clubs are developed around specific interests and allow students to work and play together in activities that they especially enjoy. Clubs meet either in the morning, before classes begin, or after school.
- 4-5-6 Book Club is offered to the fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students. The Book Club is an optional activity and is a fun way to read an interesting book and talk about it with other kids in the school. The school purchases the book for the kids to read and, about one month later, the book club meets to discuss it, with faculty facilitators. Recent books include: Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk and Seraphina by Robert Beatty.
- Math Mania offers additional math exploration, activities, and challenges for children in grades 2-6. Three sessions are offered in the morning before school during the school year.
- Chess Club classes are offered after school to grades K-6 during the months of January and February, An outside instructor and chess master conducts beginner and intermediate/advanced classes. The beginner classes receive a twenty-minute lecture and demonstration followed by a half hour of play. The intermediate/advanced group receives instruction followed by tournament play to sharpen their skills and strategy in a more competitive environment.
- The Environmental Club, called RAG (Random Acts of Greenness), was started in 2011 for fourth, fifth, and sixth graders. The mission of RAG is to energize students about taking care of the earth and helping the community while learning about some of the most important environmental issues facing our world today. Further, the intent of RAG is to make environmental improvements locally and globally, to bring awareness about environmental issues to our community, and to provide students with a leadership and collaborative extracurricular opportunity.
- Multicultural Club was created in 2014 for all fifth and sixth graders. The gorup was launched in response to the interest of many students who wanted to explore the rich cultures that exist at Tenacre and in our larger world and discuss sociocultural concepts. Past topics include what is culture, the importance of language, stereotypes, and what is a home.
- Bird Club is offered to any interested fourth, fifth, or sixth grader in the spring. A teacher leads students through a variety of locations to observe and enjoy birds in their natural habitat. This group is held in the early morning, before school.