Clubs and Special Interest Groups
Students design, develop and drive their own clubs and special interest groups – be it French Club, Math Club (Mu Alpha Theta), or Photography Club. With the guidance of a faculty-sponsor, these clubs are great ways for students to focus energies and interests outside of their day of academics, athletics, and performing-arts. Clubs must register themselves, and some groups may require application for membership because of their competitive natures, such as the new SA Investment Club, Junior Achievement, or Model United Nations. Each participant must be present at meetings in order to be classified as an active member. All clubs have an established leadership structure; only active members are free to run for election. This system serves as a springboard into other forms of student leadership.