Co-Curriculars at Mt Greylock


Williams College students are instrumental in organizing and mentoring Mt Greylock students in co-curricular group activities.

If you would like to get involved in any of these groups, please contact Kaatje White.

Afterschool Writing Group

Williams Writing Fellows lead a weekly, after-school writing group for students in grades 7 – 9 that is filling an important creative writing niche by allowing the time and support for both writing and sharing in a “non-academic” environment. While writing is the vehicle, these students are mentored in a much broader and more meaningful way.

Greylock Multicultural Student Union (GMSU)

GMSU leaders of color empower local youth at Mt Greylock by facilitating conversations with peers and the broader community around racism and DEI.  Leaders help club members to organize activities (movies, speakers, outings, outreach) that are of interest to the group.  This club meets after school 1-2 days/month. Meeting day will depend on mentors availability and can include evenings and weekends and at times remotely

Greylock Book Club

Williams students of diverse backgrounds lead books discussions with MG middle and high schoolers. The Mt Greylock bookclub meets once a month and MG students choose to read and discuss  a wide variety of books from under-represented authors.