Affinity Groups

Menlo School embraces student, parent, and faculty affinity spaces. 

Our commitment and overall priorities to furthering an inclusive environment, whereby safe spaces have been created and cultivated, based on self-identified characteristics such as race, religion, country of origin, nationality, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, etc. It is our hope from establishing and supporting sacred spaces, all stakeholders feel empowered and bring the fullness of their person to the campus with joy and alacrity.

To learn more about Menlo affinity spaces, please click the links to view the calendars below. All advisors or facilitators are listed for contact purposes at the bottom of every calendar. If you desire to participate or learn more about a particular group, please make contact with the advisor(s) before making a formal appearance. In the event you require additional assistance, please contact Saletha Okunnuga at

Parent Affinity Groups

  • African American Affinity Group 
  • Asian Affinity Alliance 
  • Jewish Families at Menlo 
  • LatinX
  • Muslim Families at Menlo
  • Parents with Students who have Neurological Differences
  • Polynesian Affinity Group
  • South Asian Parent Affinity Group 

Faculty Affinity Groups

  • API Faculty Affinity Group 
  • Faculty and Staff of Color Affinity Group 

Student Affinity Groups

  • Asian Affinity Alliance 
  • Black Student Union
  • Jewish Affinity Group
  • Latinos Unidos
  • Middle East and North Africa Affinity Group (MENA)
  • Mixed at Menlo
  • Society of the South Pacific
  • Rainbow Club 
  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) for LGBTQI+ and Allies
  • South Asian Affinity Group
  • United Menlo Muslim Alliance

Our Middle and Upper School programs offer an array of clubs based on expressed interests, including but not limited to: academic interests, community involvement initiatives, and personal identity.

Menlo students celebrate Holi, the Hindu festival of colors.