High School Clubs

Mt. Anthony Union High School students have a broad range of interests, which are reflected by the number of clubs and organizations to which our pupils participate. Joining a student club or activity opens the door to building new friendships, enhancing your academic life, and exploring career opportunities. Below, find an alphabetical listing of the offerings.


Club Information

Advisor


Beekeeping Club

Beekeeping has been a hobby of mine for over 25 years and many students find beekeeping fascinating. Members of the BEEKEEPING CLUB will meet not only to become knowledgeable and confident beekeepers, they will be given an opportunity to: make candles, visit local apiaries, study successful queen rearing, harvest/extract/bottle honey, design and create labels and brochures, study the physical properties and chemical composition of honey and beeswax, design a method to locate a wild honeybee colony, and design experiments to study honeybee structure/function and how honeybees live, work, and communicate with each other.
Advisor
Jim Cross

Chamber Singers

Mount Anthony's Chamber Singers is open to students in grades 10-12 by audition only. This mixed ensemble rehearses Mondays and Wednesday's from 2:30 -3:30 PM beginning in September and sings in all vocal music concerts throughout the year. Chamber Singers also host an annual Valentine Cabaret in February. This ensemble performs throughout the community as well and many members travel for District, All State, New England and other festival competitions. The style of music ranges from early Madrigal to Pop. For further information please contact Lynn Sweet (lsweet@svsu.org or call 447-7511 ext. 229)
Advisor
Lynn Sweet

Chess & Game Board Club

The Chess and Board Game club allows members to play a variety of board games, card games, and roleplaying games. Each week different games are picked by the club members. Both cooperative and competitive games are provided, as well as games club members bring in themselves, to ensure that there is always something there to play for everyone. The group will meet on Thursdays in the Upstairs Library from 2:30-4:00 p.m
Advisor
Adam Tronsen

Chris Pepper

Color Guard

Students perform with the MAUHS Marching Band at parades and halftime of football games. Students have the opportunity to participate and help create their routines that are performed.
Advisor
Jenna Bleau

Computer Gamers' Club

Students who are interested in computers and gaming enjoy meeting each Thursday in room 231. Every several weeks we walk to the Gamers' Grotto during our club time. In addition to hanging out with like-minded gamers, this club is an opportunity for students to socialize and interact inside and outside of the digital world. The Computer Gamers' Club is a forum which helps students to strengthen a variety of social and academic skills. Ms. Welles is joined by special educator, Diane Daley, as advisors of the Club.
Advisor
Jennifer Welles

Adam Tronsen

Computer Programming

The Computer Programming Club is for students interested making games. Students will use HTML5, CSS (cascading style sheets) and JavaScript to program simple games that can be played in your web browser. Students will be able to make 2d catch games, guessing games and shooter games. The club will meet Tuesdays after school from 2:05 ? 3:00 p.m..
Advisor
Douglas Patac

Da Capos

Da Capos is open to students in all grades by audition only. Da Capos meet twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-3:30 pm). Students will perform at each of the winter and spring concerts, the Pop concert and other smaller performances throughout the year. Repertoire will include music of various styles, including a cappella material and showtunes. With some pieces, choreography will be included as well as a small instrumental ensemble to accompany the group.
Advisor
Lynn Sweet

Dollars for Scholars

Advisor
Meaghan Morgan-Puglisi

Drama Club

The MAU Drama Club is a very active group of talented and creative students. We produce at least 3 shows each year, usually a Fall Musical, a Winter Drama and a Spring Comedy or Improv. Past productions include Pippin, Beauty and the Beast, Dracula, Romeo and Juliet, The Sound of Music, Noises Off and many more! All students are welcome and encouraged to audition for each production. In addition, club members are involved in all other aspects of theater including set construction, costumes, props, sound and lights. The Drama Club often takes trips to see performance on Broadway in NYC or at Proctor's in Albany. Interested students should contact Tim Foley (Room 064c by the CDC School Store 447-022, Ext. 470, tfoley@svcdc.org) or Lynn Sweet (Rm. 229, 447-7511 ext. 229 lsweet@svsu.org).
Advisor
Tim Foley

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