Stuyvesant has almost every extracurricular imaginable. You name it, we probably have it. If not, students are always welcome to create new clubs! Some of the most popular extracurriculars include Speech and Debate, Robotics, SING!, and the Stuyvesant Red Cross Club. The most amazing part of extracurriculars at Stuyvesant is that many of them are completely student-run. Great examples of this are Stuyvesant's esteemed student newspaper, The Spectator and our annual SING! extravaganza. The Spectator is led and organized by two student Editor-in-Chiefs and an editorial board of students who are in charge of various different writing and newspaper related departments. SING! is a theatre battle between the grades (freshmen + sophomores vs. juniors vs. seniors) in which each team creates their own musical (script, music, costumes, makeup, etc. are ALL done by students). Extracurriculars are one of the best parts of Stuyvesant that give students an outlet to release stress and explore their interests while also learning independence and leadership skills.