Clubs led by students and guided by a faculty advisor include Le Lynx, the Lycée's bilingual student newspaper; literary magazine, yearbook, finance club, student-to-student tutoring club, Environmental Task Force, as well as city-wide and national programs such as Harvard Model Congress, Debate and Model UN. From sixth grade onwards, students participate in school-wide decision making through student government, which takes the form of three bodies:
- The Student Council, or Conseil des Élèves (CDE), the student council
- Student delegates, with two student representatives from every advisory class (homeroom)
- The Conseil Pédagogique d’Établissement (CPET), from the French educational system, the CPET is an advisory committee of students, parents, teachers and staff that meets regularly to discuss and make recommendations on essential aspects of student and community life at the Lycée.