Clubs & Activities

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

Environmental Club (Not running in 2016-17)

The mission of the MAUHS Environmental Club is to encourage and prepare students for a future of environmentally responsible citizenship by raising their awareness and knowledge of environmental issues and fostering transferable leadership skills. Participating in Environmental Club activities will provide students with opportunities to learn about current environmental issues and get involved in both school and community projects. Members of the Environmental Club will engage in hands-on activities, participate in action-inspiring discussions, explore the outdoors, meet and spend time with like-minded peers, and more. A long term goal of the MAUHS Environmental Club is to encourage and support students as they develop a service learning project that focuses on an environmental issue to improve our school and/or local community. The Environmental Club will meet weekly on Wednesdays after school in Room 003.
Allison Brigham

French Club (Not running in 2016-17)

The French Exchange Club is restarting this year with the preparation of a cross-cultural exchange with Blaise Pascal High School outside Lyon, France. We will travel during our February vacation 2014 and host the French students in March 2014. The trip is open to students taking French or Latin. Students will be required to attend regular meetings in order to help with the planning and fundraisers. Students and their families will also host our French guests in March. The club will meet weekly in 126.
Isabelle Herbert

Freshman Class

The Freshman Class gets together to fundraise and to elect class officers. We fundraise for our junior and senior proms, class gifts, and donations.
Jim Cross

Future Teacher's Club (Not running in 2016-17)

The purpose of the MAU Future Teachers' Association is to provide students with opportunities to explore teaching as a career option. Students will gain a realistic understanding of the nature of education and the role of the teacher as they read articles and books addressing various topics of interest to educators. The focus of reading and discussion will include classroom management, lesson planning, developmentally appropriate practices, and the future of education in the 21st century, among other areas of interest. Students will also learn about teaching programs in colleges and opportunities for teaching in a variety of settings. Surfing teacher and educational Websites, engaging in conversations with educator-including those from public, private, and parochial schools, as well as from institutions of higher education-and visiting classrooms and schools in the area will further facilitate a clear and connected understanding of the teaching profession.
Jessica Dubie

Green Mountain Cadets

As high school students grow, they often dream of accomplishing education, career, and personal goals. High school students are the future generations of their communities and of our great country. The Green Mountain Cadets (The RANKS program) aims to cultivate a healthy lifestyle for participating students by using military structure and knowledge to teach the importance of community involvement. Led by active Guardsmen and women who are volunteering their time, the RANKS program will challenge participants to set and reach goals, physically and mentally grow, and will allow students to participate in outdoor activities. The group meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Student Center.
Bob Marine

Interact Club

Interact is a Co-Sponsored Club. They are sponsored by the Catamount Rotary and the Bennington Rotary The Interact club gives Mount Anthony students and opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends.

These service projects include; working with Bennington's Sister City Project in Somotillo, Nicaragua, Warm the Children, delivering roses to women in local nursing homes on Mother's Day and mentoring.

The club meets on Thursday mornings at 7:20 am in the CDC Assembly Room. Please contact Dan Lucy at 447-7511 ext. 245.
Dan Lucy

Jazz Band

The MAUHS Jazz Band meets twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 - 4:00. Students audition for placement in the jazz band. The ensemble consists of the standard big band instrumentation.

The jazz band performs at some home basketball games, Winter, Spring and Pop concerts, and elementary schools within the SVSU district.
Marj Rooen

Junior Class

It is the responsibility of the Junior Class Officers to get their classmates involved in the fundraising from the Booster Club and school sanctioned projects. One big responsibility for the Junior Class is to put on the Junior Prom, which is typically held in May. We are always looking for parents of juniors to help with the set up and take down for the prom and the Booster Club events. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in volunteering your time. Thank you.
Jean Dewey

Majorettes (Not running in 2016-17)

Students perform with the MAUHS Marching Band at parades and halftime of football games. Students must have baton-twirling skills. Students have the opportunity to participate and help create their routines that are performed.
Pam Upright


The purpose of the Make-Create-Do Club is to provide students with a space to be innovative and create. Some of the topics that will be offered include: * Design and create a piece of jewelry using Lapidary * Building a world cooperatively with others in Minecraft * Program a robot using Lego Mindstorms We are also hoping to explore many other new avenues (raspberry pi, 3-D printing, etc.) The club will meet Monday's 2:30-3:30pm in Room 007
Dawn McEwan

NFHS VT Principals Association donation