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Clubs

2023-2024 Clubs

Students can choose from a wide variety of clubs listed below. Click club name for more details.

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Scroll down to bottom for signup instructions and how to track participation in service learning program.

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The club will be fundraising to benefit the organization and bringing awareness to human rights violations and what can be done.

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Students learn and get the experience of being on a race team. 

A.R.T. Club (Awesome Raw Talent) provides an opportunity for students who enjoy being creative to meet and create art together.

For students interested in Astronomy or just viewing the night sky.

Best Buddies seeks to promote inclusiveness and raise awareness about the special needs community.

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The Black Student Union (BSU) serves to provide a supportive environment for students at AMSA.

Enjoy "Coffee and Conversation" and help encourage students to read for fun and rediscover the joy in literature.

Club Rome is the Latin Club where we celebrate everything Latin and Italian.

A club for learning/refining programming skills. All are welcome, even if they've never programmed before!

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The goals of this club are to teach students acting, presentation, and production skills through school wide drama productions.

AMSA Fencing is open to all AMSA students in Grades 6-12, no previous experience necessary.

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Students will gather to learn the art of needle felting in 2D, 3D and some basic sewing skills. Each month will cover a new subject theme.

Club will be a learning/interest club for kids interested in investing, business, and economics.

FIRST® Tech Challenge’s thrilling robotics competitions help students develop a sense of accomplishment.

Gaming Club provides an opportunity for students who enjoy games to meet, socialize, and play together in a really fun gaming experience.

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We will be competing in national and international geography competitions.

Students will come to Guitar Club to learn about the history of guitar and music in general, play guitar, and receive guitar lessons.

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Develop leadership skills through trainings and community service projects throughout the year.

Arranging for club advertising, conducting club practices, taking students to outside competitions.

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AMSA Math Team participates in math competitions including all WOCOMAL, MAML, varsity contests and all Math League contests.

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The AMSA chapter of Model United Nations is part of a global student organization that introduces students to international affairs.

The club's mission is to raise money for global organization which treats cleft lip and cleft palate.

Provides opportunities to make a difference by addressing the community's greatest needs and developing leadership skills.

Come and join roleplaying club! We welcome new and old players alike and are happy to teach anyone new to the hobby!

AMSA Science Bowl Club welcomes science enthusiasts who are quick thinkers and curious, prepares students for National Science Bowl.

We will meet for EIGHT Fridays this year: January 5,12, 19, 26 and February 2, 9, 16, and March 1.

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Recognized chapted of SODA, students educate their peers and others on the need for organ donation within America.

This is a club where we focus on life skills including personal finance, resume building, automotive maintenance, sewing, etc.

Encourage and Engage young women into STEM field with systems of support in middle school and High School.

This is a literary magazine that showcases the talents of the student body. We accept writing, photography, artwork, etc.

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Learn about and fundraise to support UNICEF with their programs.

Yoga club is open to all AMSA students regardless of experience or skill level.

Club Work

Student Work

Examples of podcasts and other student work produced by AMSA clubs.

Clubs News

NHS Builds Beds

Members of AMSA’s National Honor Society took over the senior parking lot before April break for a large service project -- building beds for families and children in need. They worked with Sleep in Heavenly Peace, which assembles and delivers beds across the country.  photos

Launching Video Podcast

Student Gov is launching a new video podcast called Aftermath! This will be by students, for students... talking about things that affect AMSA students.

MarshmallowSpaghettiTowers

AMSA’s Society of Women Engineers Club hosted a marshmallow & spaghetti noodle structure building competition. All high schoolers were invited to test their ability to build a tower using only marshmallows and dry spaghetti noodles!  Watch video

2023 AMSA Chess Tournament

Here is action from AMSA’s version of March Madness – the 2023 AMSA Chess Tournament! Hosted by the Rook's Corner Club, first rounds were played on Monday. Players who advanced through their brackets will compete next Monday for the championship. 

AMSA UNICEF Hosts Women's Day Conference

AMSA UNICEF recently hosted its annual Women's Day Conference for the first time since the pandemic. Attendees heard from several professionals with local ties about their experiences as women in the workforce. Special thanks to Dr. Nicole Hill, City Councilman at Large Samantha Pearlman, Dr. Ipsita Roymoulik, and Board of Trustees members Bela Gorman and Maura Webster for speaking so openly about their experiences. It was an inspiring night for all in attendance! AMSA UNICEF Club's faculty advisors are Ms. Murphy and Dr. Doyle.

Night Out With the Astronomy Club

Members of the Astronomy Club brave the cold to view the night sky. Objects viewed included Jupiter, Mars, Venus, the Moon, Orion Nebula, Comet C/2020 E3 (ZTF), and the Andromeda Galaxy. We also saw a flyover of the space station, and took pictures of the comet and the Orion Nebula. The Orion Nebula is the closest star-forming Nebula to Earth but is still over 1300 light years away!

Day of the Dead Celebration

Spanish National Honor Society celebrated Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday when families welcome back the souls of their deceased relatives for a reunion. Ms. Makynen helped students decorate mini skulls in bright colors, a tradition meant to celebrate the departed souls.  photos

Ghiloni Park Cleanup

Over 60 members of the AMSA track & field team and Leaders of Tomorrow collected litter throughout Ghiloni Park and also manicured miles of trails on May 1. 

Clubs Signup Instructions

AMSA uses MySchoolBucks for online payments for school Clubs, Field Trips, Fundraisers, etc. Once you set up your free MySchoolBucks account, you can conveniently and securely pay for your student’s school fees online or with the mobile app. Here is how it works:

  1. Go to myschoolbucks.com or download the mobile app.
  2. Create your free account and add your students and school using Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School as the school district.
  3. Add school items or invoices to your cart.
  4. Check out using your credit / debit card or electronic check.

Find how-to videos and FAQs on myschoolbucks.com. For support, log into your account to start a chat or call (855) 832-5226.

Tracking Student Participation in Service Learning Program

AMSA uses MobileServe to track student participation in our service learning program. MobileServe makes it easy to document and verify students’ impact, as well as help match them with volunteer opportunities in their community. 

Click here [app.mobileserve.com] to go to MobileServe in order to log in or create your account. 

If you know a service organization looking for volunteers? Follow this link [https://info.mobileserve.com/communitypartners] to begin the quick sign-up process to the Community Partners side of MobileServe! 

Questions? Please contact Mr. Vital at mvital@amsacs.org. For Community Partner support, email community@mobileserve.org - for general support inquiries email support@mobileserve.org