Student Council (StuCo)

 Their class elects representatives at the beginning of each year.  Officers for the upcoming year are elected at the end of each year.  In addition to attending conferences, members enjoy planning many of the Events and Traditions pages' activities and working on community service projects.

Junior Classical League (RSJCL)

 The Latin Club gives students opportunities for socialization, exploration of a unique culture, and leadership as they expand their knowledge of Latin and Roman civilization.

Yearbook ​​​​​​

​ The Yearbook staff produces a work of art for every Radford family member to enjoy – the annual Ocotillo.  The staff is a handpicked group of students responsible for doing whatever it takes to put together a book that portrays all that is unique and special about Radford.

Sponsors & Classes

While not a club or organization, class and organization sponsors play a vital role in all activities.  Teacher sponsors are there to guide each organization and activity. In high school, every grade has one sponsor assigned to the class, and that sponsor works with the Class President to organize events. The sponsor continues with the class as they move on to the next grade level until they graduate. Pictured are just some of the many Teachers who are involved in organizing events with students.

Book Club

Ms.Patricia Giorgi sponsors the Book Club at Radford School. It is open to students in grades 3-6. The focus of the Book Club is to read and discuss the Texas Bluebonnet Books. Each Year, 20 books are chosen for the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List. Schools and libraries around the state participate in the program. Ms.Giorgi encourages students to read a minimum of five books from the list. In January, Book Club members will vote for their favorite title. Their votes will be registered online by Ms.Giorgi on the Texas Library Association website. Radford Book Club members will be among the many students throughout Texas to vote for their favorite book. The winning book is announced in February.

Photography Club

There are two photography clubs; Jr. Photography Club from grades 4th-6th and the Regular Photography Club from grades 7th-12th.

Students meet every two weeks after school. They first learn how to handle cameras and other basics of photography. Students learn about composition, aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. They also take monthly field trips on Saturday to get hands-on experience.