Science Clubs

Interested in research, in help for tough university applications, or simply in going above in beyond in your science learning? Science clubs are here for you.
Photo credits: Clement Ba (Photography & Videography Club)

Marianopolis Pre-Med Society

Bring together students interested in medicine in an informative and inclusive and environment.

Members (last year): 150-300

Meetings: 2-3 times per semester after school on Zoom

Activities (last year): Conferences with medical students and doctors as well as interview preparation.

Want to join? Contact Mia Su by Mio!

Marianopolis Math Club

The Marianopolis Math Club (Marianopolis Mathematics Association) is a club for and by students interested in mathematics! We will cover cool math topics not usually seen in schools and prepare for math contests.

Members (last year): 98

Meetings: Once a month during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Problem-solving meetings, contest- focused sessions and events like the Integration Bee.

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Cardiology Club

Publish articles with the goal of educating our members and others.

Members (last year): 6

Meetings: Once a month during AP on campus and off campus.

Activities (last year): Instructed members on the advantages of publishing articles and what the structures of the articles should be.

Want to join? Contact Vedha Chelot by Mio!

WISE Marianopolis

WISE is a club that strives to empower women and other underrepresented minorities in the field of science. We raise money to fund a potential scholarship at the College in hopes of encouraging marginalized groups to pursue studies in science.

Activities (last year): Panels with guest speakers, bake sale snd selling stickers.

Want to join? Contact Julia Persechino by Mio!

Marianopolis Science Society

Comprised of the former Physics and Chemistry Clubs, the MSS focuses on stimulating the member's interests in science and encouraging a development of scientific reasoning.

Members (last year): 40

Meetings: To be determined.

Activities: Competitions for cash prizes (Kahoots), small scientific activities and guest speaker panels.

Want to join? Contact Max Chen Huang by Mio!

Grey Matters Movement

Grey Matters will work to raise awareness as well as fundraise for the Brain Foundation of Canada. This club will also aim to stimulate the scientific interest and involvement of fellow students through seminars about brain tumors and neuroscience.

Members (last year) 60
Meetings: 2-3 times per semester during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Conference with a Marianopolis professor, sheep brain dissection and a visit to the Neurological Institute.

Want to join? Contact Mayuura Rajendram by Mio!


The Marianopolis Robotics Club is a team representing Marianopolis College in the annual CRC robotics competition, which includes the production of a high quality video, professional web design, construction of a showroom-worthy kiosk, software programming, and the design and engineering of a robot.

Members (last year): 17
Meetings: Every AP

Activities (last year): Working on robot, kiosk and programming, the competition (3-day long competition hosted at one of the 30 competing schools in the Montreal area) and end of year celebration party.

Want to join? Contact Andrea Abou-Haidar!

AI Club

Come have fun learning machine learning (get it?) and deep learning in Python! This club is beginner-friendly and very chill: coding experience is not required!

Members (last year): 57

Meetings: Twice a week during AP on campus.

Activities: Weekly Workshops on introductory Python and deep learning (computer vision, natural language processing, and more!)

Want to join? Contact James Liang by Mio!
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Research Team

The Marianopolis Research Team (MRT) seeks to provide CEGEP students with professional experience in research fields. Members are given the chance to write and publish articles, allowing them to hone their critical and scientific thinking. 

Members (last year): 12

Meetings: 2-3 times per semester during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Seminars, field trips and professor panels.

Want to join? Contact Xiaoxiao Liu by Mio!

Programming Club

Help aspiring students by teaching the basics of programming.

Members (last year): 45

Meetings: Once a month during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Teaching the basics of programming.

Want to join? Contact Kenneth Chen by Mio!

The Space Club

To educate students about human Space Travel.

Members (last year): 30
Meetings: Once a week during the weekend on Zoom.

Activities (last year): Spoke to astronaut on ISS and educational events.

Want to join? Contact George Adamopoulos by Mio!