Club Description: Best Buddies mission is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one to one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Memberships: There are three main types of memberships: Peer Buddies, Associate Buddies, and Buddies.
Meetings: Students meet every other Thursday, 8:40 AM, Room B238
Contact Person: Ms. Gwen Love
Club Description: Junior & Senior leaders working together to help freshman succeed.
Memberships: Students must apply second semester of their sophomore and/or junior year, and from their students will be selected based on their application.
Meetings: Link crew is offered as an elective class during 4th period. Meetings are held on Fridays during lunch as needed.
Contact Person: Mr. Robert Esguerra or Mrs. Suzanne Stauble
Club Description: Service oriented club sponsored by Rotary.
Memberships: Any student willing to Interact with Kindness!
Meetings: 1st Wednesday of every month, 8:40 AM, Room F201
Contact Person: Mrs. Suzanne Stauble
Environmental / Recycling Club
Club Description: Helps SAHS become a greener building by recycling!
Memberships: All are welcome!
Meetings: Thursday after School in Room G615
Contact Person: Mr. John Daniello
National Honor Society
Club Description: NHS is a nationally recognized service organization designed to offer students the opportunity to grow in scholarship, leadership, and character.
Memberships: By invitation starting in the 10th grade (Basic Requirements: 3.5 weighted GPA, involvement in other HS based service and academic programs, track record of leadership)
Meetings: 1st Friday of each month, 8:30 AM, Room C306
Contact Person: Mr. William Richardson
Creative Writing Club
Club Description: Students who are interested in writing and editing are encouraged to join the Creative Writing Club as we intend to put together a literary magazine composed of SAHS student, faculty and alumni work!
Memberships: Anyone is welcome to join!
Contact Person: Ms. Tiffany Kemp
Club Description: High Q is a competitive academic team that challenges students to recall information and use critical thinking skills in a fun and lively atmosphere. All subject areas are represented including AP and AICE subject matters.
Membership: Anyone can join! There is a JV team (freshman & sophomores) and a Varsity team (juniors & seniors).
Meetings: Meetings every Monday after school in the Media Center for practice. The matches are on Tuesdays and may be held in the SAHS Media Center or at an away location.
Contact: Ms. Andrea Thamdrup
Club Description: Leadership organization for high school students.
Meetings: Sign up September 6th 8:30 AM in G620
Contact Person: Mr. Robert Baker
Club Description: The Spanish Club promotes awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the people and diverse cultural productions of the Spanish speaking world. It also proposes to contribute and encourage the study and appreciation of the Spanish language. Lastly, to foster a friendly relationship with SAHS clubs and organizations, as well as the community and to work with the to better understand diversity through cultural awareness.
Memberships: Extended to all SAHS students
Meetings: 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month, 4 PM, Room B239
Contact Person: Ms. Nazli Kayan
Club Description: Come join us for an enjoyable and informative time.
Memberships: $5 Admission, Anyone can join
Meetings: Every Monday 8:15 AM – 9:10 AM @ B232
Contact: Thomas Miska
AICE Advisory Board
Description of Club: Students meet to discuss & organize ideas for acitvities for AICE students such as college tours, community service projects, AICE Game Day for incoming freshman, also creates and conducts fund raisers, and consider any other ideas!
Memberships: For students in the AICE Program – all grade levels.
Meetings: Every Thursday morning, 8:30 AM, Room C302, Starting date TBA
Contact Person: Dena Bechtle, 904-547-8533
Club Description: Officers will represent the their class at various school events, homecoming, and fundraising activities, as well as bring any student questions/concerns to administration on their behalf.
Memberships: Must complete an application for office at the beginning of each year for class officers, or at the end of each year.
Meetings: Officers meet once a month.
Contact Person: Each grade level has a different sponsor(s). See below.
Junior: Ms. Dempsey Hall
Senior: Ms. Parker Raimann, Ms. Terry Rimel, & Mr. Richard Ranick