News reported on the Society Section is about Clubs, school events, or service learning opportunities.
The Alliance mission is to offer a safe and open environment that celebrates and accepts the individuality of students with reference to sexual orientation, encouraging respect, self-expression and understanding; as well as to work with our community towards a more welcoming and open society for all.
Model United Nations
The MUN Club conducts in-school simulations and promotes worthy causes like Peace Day, AIDS Awareness Day and Women’s Day, among others. Students involved in the MUN program extensively prepare for participation in MUN simulations at international and national locations, as well as in-school and in-class simulations.
Social Activism Club is a student group that focuses on promoting positive social change within the community. We touch upon issues such as body image, social work and reinforcing relationships among students.
Co-Presidents: Brenda Prado & Mariana Duran Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
The purpose of Drama club is to help individuals who seek training in theatre grow with different tools that are be explored in the club. It is not only for people who want to pursue a career in theatre, but for people who enjoy acting and performing as that is what we strive to do.
Co- Presidents: Abigail Walker & Brenda Prado Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Our goal is to help improve the social standing of women, ensure equal rights, and make them confident, as well as educating ourselves and others about current issues regarding women’s rights. President: Contact:
Production Club incorporates the talents and interests of the members to create a group of students that value reliability and hard work, and are interested in using their skills to support, plan, design, organise, run, and document a variety of school events. The skills and techniques learned during in this club are applied and used in school events.
We are editors of the school’s newspaper who are interested in writing and wish to share our thoughts and ideas. In order to contribute, you don’t have to be a fixed editor; you can write a piece for a single issue if you’d like. Come join us and contribute with innovative and unique ideas to bolster the fluidity of the information that flows through ASFG.
President: Isaac Markman Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Create a New Club!
Aren't finding a club that suits you? Have an idea of a club that will benefit our student body? It's easy to start your own! Contact our principal Mr. Lemmon with your idea and all necessary information and he will love to help you out! His email is email@example.com.