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Students can choose from a wide variety of clubs listed below. Click club name for more details.
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Club designed to promote mental health awareness.
Runs daily from 3-6 p.m. for students in Grades 6-8. Fee is $10 per day.
Runs daily from 3-6 p.m. in the Media Center for students in Grades 9-12. No sign-up is necessary.
We will cover different styles of American music, such as Blues, Ragtime, Concert Band, Jazz, Rock, Soul and Pop.
We will immerse ourselves in the music of America, such as Blues, Ragtime, Jazz, Concert Band, Rock, Soul and Pop.
The club will be fundraising to benefit the organization and bringing awareness to human rights violations and what can be done.
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.
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.
Fundraising for and awareness of breast cancer.
Students playing chess.
AMSA climate change committee is a bi-weekly club dedicated to spreading environmental awareness.
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!
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.
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.
Gender Sexuality Alliance is a safe meeting place for members of the LGBTQ+ Community.
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.
Develop leadership skills through trainings and community service projects throughout the year.
Arranging for club advertising, conducting club practices, taking students to outside competitions.
AMSA Math Team participates in math competitions including all WOCOMAL, MAML, varsity contests and all Math League contests.
The Middle School Math Team represents AMSA at regional, state and national match competitions. See flyer
The AMSA chapter of Model United Nations is part of a global student organization that introduces students to international affairs.
National Art Honor Society is a gathering of talented students who love and appreciate the arts.
Students admitted into our NHS chapter work on personal projects to help foster community.
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.
Recognized chapted of SODA, students educate their peers and others on the need for organ donation within America.
Spanish National Honor Society celebrates academic achievement, character and community service.
Honors Society Debate Club that competes at state and national levels.
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.
Develop leadership skills through community service.
Learn about and fundraise to support UNICEF with their programs.
Yoga club is open to all AMSA students regardless of experience or skill level.
It was a festive time at the UNICEF Club's Gingerbread Man Decorating Contest! video
Club Rome held its annual Saturnalia celebration, an ancient Roman winter festival marked by feasting and socializing! photos
The Astronomy Club braved the cold and met at Ghiloni Park in Marlborough to view the night sky.
The newly formed AMSA Robotics Club participated in a scrimmage at the Waring School in Beverly, MA.
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
AMSA’s Varsity Math Team placed 3rd in the small school category at the Mass. Association of Mathematics Leagues (MAML) state competition on March 30!
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 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.
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!
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
AMSA's Leaders of Tomorrow club passed out candy at Marlborough's annual Horribles Parade on Oct. 27, 2022!
The heat was intense and so was the competition at AMSA NHS's school-wide Spikeball tournament on May 16!
30 tie-dye Peace Bears are on their way to Ukrainian refugees, thanks to fundraiser by AMSA Leaders Tomorrow club.
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.
Advance to the quarterfinals of the Season 12 tournament
Watch their first-round match against Westford on Saturday, May 15 at 6 p.m.
Leaders of Tomorrow and National Honor Society join forces with Girls and Boys Scouts.
Great results at MSDL Speech Debate and Congress State Tournament!
Congratulations to 25 students inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica!
They were able to record all of the vocals for the singing portion of Disney's Frozen KIDS.
AMSA A Cappella has not let the pandemic stop them
AMSA Fencing club needs to add lacrosse shoulder pads and gloves to their equipment supply.
AMSA National Honor Society is collecting items to provide to foster homes for children in need.
Make a thank you card for a healthcare worker and show your gratitude!
AMSA Operation Smile is holding a donation drive until March 15.
The holidays aren’t over at AMSA! The UNICEF Club just finished its winter fundraiser.
The 6th Grade Hiking Club enjoyed an invigorating hike at its first outing last weekend.
Members of AMSA's Leaders of Tomorrow club dropped off over 100 jackets for needy families.
About 15 members of Leaders of Tomorrow volunteered and learned teamwork.
Quarantine isn't stopping the Quiz Bowl team! On Saturday, three players were actually able to play a tournament in Texas
Officers of AMSA’s Black Student Union share why Black History Month is important and why they celebrate it.
AMSA’s Diderot Society has launched a new website featuring the first installment of its Edward R. Murrow Podcast.
JCL gives out friendship bracelets attached to Latin quotes.
That energetic music you heard was Spanish teacher Karin Heisler leading a Zumba class.
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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.
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