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Club NameBrief Description of ClubMeeting TimeDay of WeekMeeting InfoLocationAdvisor's email
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Activism for our LivesThis club's aim is to promote activism towards ending gun violence. Members of this club will aim to make their voices heard. We will initiate and conduct activities that focus on the prevention of gun violence and mental health initiatives and discuss possible solutions. We will strive to make the world a better and safer place. TBDkimberlee.schear@ahschool.com
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American Heritage PhilharmonicAFTER SCHOOL 3:15Teacher's ChoiceRoom 912linda.hill@ahschool.com
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Blue White and Green TeamOur goal is to inspire and engage students to create meaningful changes that reduce our impact on our environment.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Thursday1st and 3rd MondayRoom 324leslee.hoepner-scruggs@ahschool.com
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Blue White and Green Team * Middle SchoolOur goal is to inspire and engage students to create meaningful changes that reduce our impact on our environment.LUNCH 12:30PMThursday1st and 3rd Mondayleslee.hoepner-scruggs@ahschool.com
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Builder's Club *Middle School OnlyThe purpose of this club is to make students aware of their community and the need and importance of making a difference through their personal involvement. Builders Club is a national organization with chapters all over the world. Kiwanis International is the master sponsor of Builders Club. Students are encouraged to participate and get involved in fundraisers, sponsored walks for charity, beach clean ups and other events both in and out of school. We want our students to learn to make a difference.LUNCH 12:00Every Week on Fridays Dining Hall Patioann.benedetto@ahschool.com
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Chess ClubAHS Chess Club is the place to learn and improve your Chess playing skills. Students are welcome to drop-by and learn any Monday. GM Garcia will be providing instruction and coaching 4:30 - 6:00, and building a competitive team for tournament play.AFTER SCHOOL 3:30Every Week on MondayRoom 608Chess.BD@ahschool.com
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Chinese ClubThe Chinese Club was created to share Chinese culture, arts, language, and cuisine. AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Thursday2nd and 4th ThursdayRoom 801Bkangwen.chu@ahschool.com
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Coding ClubThe Coding Club's aim is to encourage students to engage in Computer Science. Coding is a skill important in many career choices. Learning to code can also improve one's logic and creativity skills. No prior experience is needed! We support a comfortable environment full of those who love to learn. More skilled students will be there to learn additional coding skills and to help beginners learn the joy of coding.TBDjames.matthews@ahschool.com
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Comedy and Cinema ClubThis club is for anyone interested in writing, directing, acting in and watching films. We will provide a space for students to collaborate with one another on creating entertaining live performances and short films. We will provide entertainment to local nursing homes, hospitals, etc by performing our original works.TBDKerry.keene@ahschool.com
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Cyper-PatriotThe high school competition team meets every
week to hava class taught by an IT
professional from a local high tech company.
CyberPatriot is the national youth cyber education
program created by the Air Force Association.
Team meets to learn and practice finding the
cybersecurity vulnerbilities in the operating systems
using Virtual Machine.
Team competes in the state and region round of
competition to earn the spot to compete in national
round.
AFTER SCHOOL 3:30Every Week on TuesdayLab 703
James.maguire@ahschool.com
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Dance Team/SocietyDance Team performs at all home varsity football games as well as school pep rallies. Our honor society is comprised of members who auditioned in order to recieve a spot on the team. They compete on a local and national level and hold four National Titles.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Tues, Wed, ThurEvery Tuesday, Wednesday & ThursdayRoom 904jessica.jimenez@ahschool.com
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Education RocksINFO TO COMETBDhope.gheorge@ahschool.com
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English National Honor SocietyNational English Honor Soceity distinguishes students and faculty of high achievement in the area of English. We serve our school and community by promoting and fostering literacy.LUNCH 1:00Friday1st FridayRoom 625janet.deleon@ahschool.com
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Fashion Design ClubFashion Design Club is a place for students to explore their creativity and design skills in a fun and encouraging environment.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15WednesdayAfter School TuesdaysRoom 933lori.warren@ahschool.com
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FBLAFuture Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a national organization that helps students explore the world of business. Students have the opportunity to compete in over 40 categories, listen to guest speakers, and learn how to run the school store.LUNCH 1:00Monday3:30 WednesdaysRoom 809guida.detamore@ahschool.com
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Finding KindKind Campaign is an internationally recognized movement, documentary and school program based upon the powerful belief in KINDness that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effects of girl-against-girl “crime.”LUNCH 1:00Tuesday2nd and 4th TuesdayRoom 803randy.shapiro@ahschool.com
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Finding Kind Middle SchoolKind Campaign is an internationally recognized movement, documentary and school program based upon the powerful belief in KINDness that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effects of girl-against-girl “crime.”LUNCH 12:00Tuesday2nd and 4th ThursdayRoom 441meghan.maslowe@ahschool.com
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FLHS/Pre-Law1. To provide our members with a strong network of like-minded, self-motivated individuals in the AHS student community, as well as the Palm Beach County Legal Community.
2. To introduce our members to different areas of the law practice by inviting legal professionals as guest speakers to our meetings.
3. To teach our members how to lobby and promote causes important to our community through fund raising events and other educational means, while earning community service hours.
AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Monday1st and 3rd MondaysUS Media Centerani.porter@ahschool.com kelly.harris@ahschool.com
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French ClubThe French Club embraces all things French and seeks to generate interest and to diffuse the French language and culture on campus. Members of the French club also receive priority in attending Congrès de la Culture Française en Floride, a yearly state academic competition in Orlando for students of French.LUNCH 1:00Tuesday1st and 3rd TuesdayRoom 610lisa.bowen@ahschool.com
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French Honor SocietyStudents who have maintained a straight A average for two consecutive years are invited into the Société Honoraire de Français.The purpose of the organization is to encourage enthusiasm for the French language and culture.Morning 7:30WednesdayRm 622lisa.bowen@ahschool.com
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Gay Straight AllianceGay-Straight Alliance provides a safe place for students to meet, support and talk about issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression all working to end homophobia and transphobia.LUNCH 1:00Thursday3rd ThursdayRoom 626kimberlee.schear@ahschool.com
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Guitar The Guitar Club is a Community of Students who meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month to share their enthusiasm, interest and knowledge for everything guitar. Music, bands, songs, playing styles, guitar styles and types. They play, teach each other and exchange information and knowledge.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Tuesday1st and 3rd TuesdaysRoom 931tony.vino@ahschool.com
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Habitat for HumanityINFO TO COMELUNCH 1:002nd FridayRoom 809sonia.remy@ahschool.com
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History Bee/BowlThe History Bee/Bowl club competes at regional and national level academic competitions. The History Bee is an individual buzzer based history quiz competition. Students compete against other students in a series of rounds where they attempt to be the first to ring in and answer paragraph-length questions about various topics in history. The History Bowl is a team based competition.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Wednesday2nd WednesdayRoom 826???
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ICCICC is a collaborative organization made up of representatives from each of the registered clubs on campus. It is a place for student leaders to meet, work together, and to share knowledge. The main purpose of ICC is to coordinate and share information about campus clubs, honor societies and organization activities.LUNCH 1:00Wednesday4th WednesdayRoom 609hope.gheorge@ahschool.com
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International ThespiansThespians is open to actors, playwrights, designers, or anyone who has a passion or is curious about Theatre and wants to get involved in our productions. LUNCH 1:00Tuesday2nd Monday Room 934elizabeth.mignacca@ahschool.com
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JCAJCA seeks to educate the campus and our neighbors of Judaism through activites, charity work, and discussion. LUNCH 1:00Friday2nd and 4th FridayRoom 627
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Junior ThespianJunior Thespians is a performance class by invitation only for advanced Middle School Performers who have a passion for Theatre.4th and 8th periodsA daysRoom 414 LS Black Box???
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Key ClubThe purpose of this club is to make students aware of their community and the need and importance of making a difference through their personal involvement. Key Club is a national organization with chapters all over the world. Kiwanis International is the master sponsor of Key Club. Students are encouraged to paricipate and get involved in fundraisers, sponsored walks for charity, beach clean ups and other events both in and out of school. We want our students to learn to make a difference.MORNING 7:30TuesdayEvery Week on TuesdayGymanthony.marazita@ahschool.com
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LEGACYThis club exposes American Heritage students to the different aspects of the Afro-Caribbean culture. We aim to encourage the upcoming generation by doing community service and fundraising to assist low-income schools.LUNCH 1:00Thursday4th ThursdayRoom 624kelly.harris@ahschool.com
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Live Poet's SocietyINFO TO COMELUNCH 1:001st MondayRoom 625janet.deleon@ahschool.com
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Marine Biology ClubMarine biology club is an active club dedicated to learning about and protecting our marine environment. During meetings we discuss current events and local activities. We participate in several community service events such as monthly beach clean-ups, sea turtle season preparations, reef cleanups, etc.LUNCH 1:00Tuesday2nd TuesdayRoom 829@ahschool.com
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Mass Communications ClubMass Communications Club is designed to show students how the power of all forms of media are used to communicate a point, idea or message. By using TV, Print and Social forms of media, students can reach a wide audience for our programs and fundraisers.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Friday2nd TuesdayRoom 909michael.appelbaum@ahschool.com
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Model UNModel U.N. students prepare simulations that reflect real world issues that afflict nations around the globe. Each student acts as an ambassador representing a different country. Students debate, discuss and draft resolutions in attempts to solve problems found worldwide. Students also prepare for national conferences, attending as delegates from a variety of nations throughout the year. AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Thursday2nd, 3rd, 4th ThursdayDining Halltom.brown@ahschool.com marissa.rothbaum@ahschool.com
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MS Journalism/ Writing ClubThe Journalism/Writing Club provides an outlet for middle school students who enjoy writing. Students will work to submit articles to the Stallion Sentinel high school newspaper or Perspectives literary magazine. Students will also submit work to the Florida Scolastic Press Association. AFTER SCHOOL 3:152nd and 4th Thursday Room 702mariette.williams@ahschool.com
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Mu Alpha Theta/Math CompetitionMath Competition is an intensive extra curricular activity that combines practice, competitions, overnight trips and State and National Competitions. Mu Alpha Theta is the Honors Society closely associated with Math Competition.
Practice on Fridays 3:30 -5:30 / Saturdays for 2 hours
FridayEvery Week on FridaysRoom 701, 703, 806, 808, 821james.matthews@ahschool.com or betsy.matthews@ahschool.com
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Multicultural ClubThe Multi Cultural Club celebrates the ethnic diversity at AHS. The club focuses on creating leadership opportunities, especially for ethnically diverse students who may not ordinarily get involved in school activities. The Multicultural Club is a place to meet up with different types of people and build new friendships as we work together for the many activities we participate in throughout the year. We focus on celebrating diversity and promoting acceptance and tolerance for different nationalities and cultures. LUNCH 1:00Tuesday1st and 3rd TuesdayRoom 804diane.moss@ahschool.com
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National Chinese Honor SocietyNational Chinese Honor Society is a place to gain a better understanding of Chinese language and culture. After School 3:15Friday1st ThursdayRoom 801Bkangwen.chu@ahschool.com
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National French Honor SocietyStudents who have maintained a straight A average for two consecutive years are invited into the Société Honoraire de Français.The purpose of the organization is to encourage enthusiasm for the French language and culture.MORNING 7:30Wednesday3rd MondayRoom 610lisa.bowen@ahschool.com
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National Honor SocietyThis society is by invitation only. Students who have met the criteria use this group to focus on community service and promote the importance of scholarship through tutoring and by setting an example of leadership. Students are encouraged to maintain academic standards, forge service and display proper character attributes by example.MORNING 7:30TuesdayEvery Week on TuesdayGymanthony.marazita@ahschool.com
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National Junior Honor Society *Middle School OnlyThis society is by invitation only. Students who have met the criteria use this group to focus on community service and promote the importance of scholarship through tutoring and by setting an example of leadership. Students are encouraged to maintain academic standards, forge service and display proper character attributes by example.LUNCH 12:002nd &4th WednesdayDining Hall Patioann.benedetto@ahschool.com
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Neuroscience ClubThe Neuroscience club is a student organization on campus that contects students with interests in Neuroscience. The club competes at both regional and national levelLUNCH 1:00Tuesday2nd TuesdayRoom 826ewa.wojcik@ahschool.com
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PaintingPainting club is for all levels of enthusiastic students who wish to further their interest and ability at creating with paint. AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Tuesday2nd and 4th TuesdayRoom 937izel.vargas@ahschool.com
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PAW (Protect Animals Worldwide)The purpose of this club is to protect animals by educating the public about abuse. We will raise funds and volunteer with shelters. We will also fund-raise for animal protection agencies.TBD
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Philosophy ClubThis club encourages students to discover a
deeper understanding of the world around them.
Members are presented with a different topic
at each meeting. At that time, they express
their opinions and ideas which turn into
excellent discussions. They discuss a wide
range of topics from moral issues to the
existence of the world itself. It is a true learning
experience.
LUNCH 1:00MondayWeekly on MondayRoom 609barbara.asher@ahschool.com
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Photography ClubThis club encourages students to discover a
deeper understanding of the world around them.
AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Wednesday2nd and 4th WednesdayRoom 940joanna.yoder@ahschool.com
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Pre-Engineering ClubThe Pre-Engineering Club is dedicated to informing students about the fields of engineering, including education requirements and career opportunities. This is a required club for all students in the Pre-Engineering Track but is also open to all other interested students.TBDrobert.gabel@ahschool.com
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Pre-Med ClubStudents have the opportunity to meet Medical Professionals of all different specialties in a conference type meeting. The Doctors explain to the students the process they went through from high school until they graduated from medical school and how did they picked their specialty. Then they talk about their individual specialty and show procedures and surgeries they perform. Students also participate and plan events in local hospitals for underprivileged children with cancer and for working poor groups. Students organize fundraising events to purchase holiday gifts, back to school supplies, and to fulfill individual wishes. Events include a 5K, a gala and small silent auctions at different times to raise the funds for all the activities they plan through the year. AFTER SCHOOL 3:15WednesdayEvery other WednesdayUS Media Centercarlos.pulido@ahschool.com
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PsychologyThe Psychology Club explores Psychological theories, is a source for information about the field of Psychology and provides students with the opportunity to participate in community service.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Tuesday1st and 3rd TuesdayRoom 626kimberlee.schear@ahschool.com
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Quill and ScrollQuill and Scroll is an International Honor Society for Journalism and Media students. AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Tuesday3rd TuesdayRoom 604mariette.williams@ahschool.com or hope.gheorge@ahschool.com
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Rho KappaRho Kappa is the National Social Studies Honor Society which recognizes excellence for juniors and seniors in the field of Social Studies. The Society provides recognition and opportunities for exploration in Social Studies. In order to be eligible, one must have a 3.75 GPA plus a 4.0 average in all Social Stuides courses. The student must also have a minimum of 4 semesters of Social Studies courses. The Society also attempts to spread a love for history through monthly meetings, community service projects and speakers. Students are required to join and be an active member in one of the Social Studies Clubs throughout the school year. This is a prestigious group reserved for those who have achieved success in their Social Studies classes.LUNCH 1:00Wednesday1st WednesdayRoom 609barbara.asher@ahschool.com
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RoboticsThe Robotics Club and Robotics Competition Team give students opportunities to experience real world engineering through competitive robotics. High school students work side by side with mentors to learn skills ranging from engineering, marketing, animation, CAD design, programming and business. Select members of the club will represent the school in competitions regionally and throughout the US.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Wednesday1st and 3rd WednesdayRoom 29taiowa.donovan@ahschool.com
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Robotics *Middle SchoolThe Middle School Robotics Team affords students the opportunity to build active problem solving skill, sportsmanship, cooperation and team mentality. Working with fellow team members and mentors students learn basic engineering skills, programming and task oriented thinking. Select members of the team will represent the school in competitions regionally and possibly nationally. 4:30 PM
Every Week on Tuesday & Thursday
Lower School Media Center Lab 402douglas.woodbury@ahschool.com
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Scholar Athlete ClubScholar Athlete Club is comprised of high achieving and academically motivated athletes. Students are recognized who excel both on and off the field. The members mentor other student athletes, participate in volunteer events and promote community engagement activities. The club encourages comraderie amongst all sport teams and the entire student body to foster school spirit at athletic events. MORNING 7:30Thursday2nd and 4th ThursdaysDining Hallshelli.appelbaum@ahschool.com
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Science Competition ClubThe Science Competition Club competes at both regional and national levels and focuses on all areas of science and mathematics . Students attend academic based competitions and compete in teams using a buzzer based system. The club strongly focusus on Science Bowl, School Duel BEACON-TV, Chemistry Olympiad as well as Quiz Bowl AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Monday2nd and 4th MondaysRoom 826ewa.wojcik@ahschool.com
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Science Honor SocietySNHS is a scientific organization that encourages students who are highly talented in the science field, to advance themselves to become future leaders of the world. The club encompasses all areas of science and creates future leaders to help advance all levels and aspects of our planet.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Monday2nd MondayRoom 823daniel.schaffer@ahschool.com or andy.shah@ahschool.com
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SGAStudent Government Association (SGA) is the voice of the student body and serves as the student governing body responsible for representing students' interests and addressing students' needs with the campus leadershipLUNCH 1:00Wednesday2nd ThursdayGymhope.gheorge@ahschool.com
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SGA ***Middle SchoolStudent Government Association (SGA) is the voice of the student body and serves as the student governing body responsible for representing students' interests and addressing students' needs with the campus leadershipLUNCH 12:00Every week on TuesdayDining Hall PatioMaslowe
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Spanish Honor SocietySpanish National Honor Society is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies. Its motto is "¡Todos a una!" ("All Together for One Goal").LUNCH 1:00Thursday3rd ThursdayRoom 801Arafael.canabal@ahschool.com
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Speech and Debate TeamOur nationally ranked speech and debate team offers courses during the school day for students grades 6-12 as well as providing after school team opportunities to prepare for competitions. Our teams compete both locally, regionally, and nationally. We offer Public Forum Debate, Lincoln Douglas Debate, Congressional Debate, and all of the Individual Events Categories in Speech.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15Monday - ThursdayMonday-ThursdayRooms 627 and 630???
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Student Tech Team*Teach responsibility and create leaders
*Build technology skills (to master 21st Century Skills)
*Improve communication skills (customer service)
*Prepare for college, career, & life
*Support & incorporate technology throughout the entire school
LUNCH 12:00 for MS Students and LUNCH 1:00 for HS Students3rd WednesdayLab 704kim.needle@ahschool.com
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Tri MTri M National Music Honor Society is a club that welcomes any and all musical artists to participate in community outreach events both on and off campus using the arts as a means to promote well being and leadership. We foster and encourage all creative minds to join this club in order to network with individuals who share similar artistic passions and pursuits.LUNCH 1:00Thursday1st and 3rd ThursdayRoom 908elena.correia@ahschool.com
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WorldQuestWorldQuest is aponsored by the World Affairs Council of America which is America's largest nonpartisan, non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to educating and engaging the American public on global issues. WorldQuest members compete on the county level in a Jeopary-styled Social Studies Competition. The winning team continues on to Washington D.C. to compete at the national level. The members are creative, diligent, and intellegent. The competition ecncourages "team play" as well as "individual play." Members describe the club as "exciting' and engaging."LUNCH 1:00Wednesday2nd and 3rd WednesdayRoom 609barbara.asher@ahschool.com
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YogaIn Yoga club, we practice different styles of yoga, from classical Hatha, to vinyasa, to Yin. We work on ways to balance school, freindships, family and life in general. We work on trust and building friendships with acroyoga. In yoga club we work out tension stuck in the body, relieve stress through deep breathing and challange our limitations by deep stretching.AFTER SCHOOL 3:15FridayEvery Week on FridayRoom 324leslee.hoepner-scruggs@ahschool.com
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Young PoliticiansYoung Politicians's Club requires only two things for membership, an opinion and a voice to say it. From local to international---political to enviornmental, we cover breaking news all around the world. The members discuss and debate numerous topics. Young Politicians is one of the few clubs where students can speak their minds, be on the opposite side of the political spectrum and agree to disagree. The club frequently presents speakers from all walks of political life.LUNCH 1:00TuesdayEvery Week on Tuesday barbara.asher@ahschool.com
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