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Student Interest Clubs

 Club Name Description Sponsor(s) Sponsor(s) Email
AHS Multicultural Club  A student-centered club open to membership by any student on campus who is in good standing.  The club fosters activities that promote and celebrate cultural diffusion at AHS and the Arlington Community.    Johnson      Herring      Sanders        Bradley        Ballard amy.johnson@acsk-12.org  curtis.herring@acsk-12.org  rebekah.sanders@acsk-12.org          marsha.bradley@acsk-12.org    leigh.ballard@acsk-12.org
AHS Quidditch/Hogwarts AHS Quidditch is composed of students with a passion for Quidditch and the wizarding world. Events include sorting, Quidditch Tournament games, trivia games, and a Yule Ball. Events span from early October to early December. Ward            Wilhite andrew.ward@acsk-12.org  joel.wilhite@acsk-12.org
AHS Student Ministry The AHS Student Ministry is about loving and serving others. Christopher carmen.christopher@acsk-12.org
Arlington High Young Democrats  The mission of the club is to enrich the community through service projects and involvement. We strive for excellence and to set a standard for outstanding citizenship through acts of kindness, equality, culture and compassion. We also aim to educate our members on politics and how we will impact them in the future. Roberts        Wilhite
jessica.roberts@acsk-12.org                  joel.wilhite@acsk-12.org
Arlington High Young Republicans The Arlington High Young Republicans exists to promote and support Conservative values through community service, selfless integrity, and high moral standards.
Burge charles.burge@acsk-12.org
Best Buddies A program that promotes friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their typical peers. 
Parham, L.                      Pellicciotti
leann.parham@acsk-12.org                                              deborah.pellicciotti@acsk-12.org
BlueCrew The AHS BlueCrew is THE student section for Arlington High School Athletics.  We provide the hype atmosphere that has become the envy of all other high schools.  No membership required.  If you’re fam, you’re a member!  Just STAND UP and CHEER!!  Room 213 for info
Sossaman
andrew.sossaman@acsk-12.org
Battle of the Books! Team will read a selected 8 book list and prepare for knowledge competition with other local high schools.
Balducci      Inman
amy.balducci@acsk-12.org  leigh.inman@acsk-12.org
Bridge Builders Community leadership and diversity program which has a recruitment/application process in Jan-Mar of each school year.
Pike              Owen
rhonda.pike@acsk-12.org                                      melissa.owen@acsk-12.org
Diamond Girls Assist baseball booster club parents in selling tickets, concessions, and apparel at all AHS games.
Handy            Pennington
elizabeth.handy@acsk-12.org                    janet.pennington@acsk-12.org
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Christian environment for athletes to worship and fellowship
Nelson          Mooney
casey.nelson@acsk-12.org                  garry.mooney@acsk-12.org
Gaming Gamers meet every Monday and Tuesday to play card games (Magic the Gathering), table top games, and video games. Members are not required to attend a minimum number of meetings. Participation is strictly voluntary. Room 307
Ward
andrew.ward@acsk-12.org
Meditation Meditation Club is a club that will meet weekly after school in Mrs. Sanders room. The aim of this club is to provide stress relief and inner harmony to the student body and to teach members of ways to meditate elsewhere.
Sanders
rebekah.sanders@acsk-12.org
Princesses for Patients A non-profit organization made up of 16-19 year-old girls who dress up in various princess costumes and visit children at St. Jude and Target house to bring, happiness, and memories to children with critical illnesses.
Land            Balducci      Segerson
emily.land@acsk-12.org        amy.balducci@acsk-12.org  shawna.segerson@acsk-12.org
Recycling The goal of the Recycling club is to make Arlington High School and the community more environmentally friendly and to bring awareness to the need for recycling.
Brown          Robinson
haley.brown@acsk-12.org    kelly.robinson@acsk-12.org
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) SADD’s mission is to empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them throughout their daily lives.
Hubbert
james.hubbert@acsk-12.org
SAGA SAGA is an organization that seeks to promote a safe and positive environment for all students at Arlington High School.  The group focuses on issues impacting the LGBTQI community but is open to all students.  
Chipman    Roberts      Wilhite
jeffrey.chipman@acsk-12.org           jessica.roberts@acsk-12.org          joel.wilhite@ack-12.org
Student Government Association (SGA) Student Government Association works closely with administration to help the students have a voice as well as increase student involvement across all activities. 
Kelley        Sossaman
sarah.kelley@acsk-12.org                andrew.sossaman@acsk-12.org
Skating Students interested in roller skating
Wilson    Hawkins
leanne.wilson@acsk-12.org    connie.hawkins@acsk-12.org
SWAT (Students Working to Advance Technology) Group members collaborate to increase student and teacher productivity with the technology in our school.
Segerson shawna.segerson@acsk-12.org
Women's Equality Club (WE) Women’s Equality Club is a place for everyone to come together and discuss, learn about, and advocate for gender equality in high school, while stopping stereotypes and promoting individual empowerment. Additionally, we work within the community to help women and children in need. WE Club is here to give equality a voice.
Jones jennifer.jones@acsk-12.org
Young Life Introducing young people to Jesus Christ, and helping them grow in their faith.
Holloway jeffery.holloway@acsk-12.org