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

Sophomore Class

The Sophomore Class is made up of class officers who fundraise, make class-wide decisions and involve other classmates.
The following fundraising activities include:
Yankee Candle, Booster Club nights, raffle tickets and flowers.
Advisors
Bridgette Worthington

Sound & Stage Crew

The Sound & Stage Crew Club supports all of the technical sound needs at the High School -- from Musical Concerts (including Choir, Band, Pops and other Special concerts throughout the year), Assembly Meetings, Graduation events and any other Sound support needs that happen throughout the school year. Participating members will be learning about the basics in acoustics, live sound mixing as well as live recording. Members will also be directly involved in designing stage plots, setting up and testing sound equipment and properly striking a stage setting to prepare for the next event. The Club will meet to support the needs of the events as they happen. A week before each event, throughout the year, the Sound Club would be meeting a few days before to prepare as well as for every scheduled performance.
Advisor
Spencer Sweet

Spanish Honor Society

The Spanish Honor Society is a national and international academic honor society in the study of high school Spanish and Portuguese and is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Inc. The purpose of the Spanish Honor Society is to recognize high achievement in Spanish by students of secondary schools and to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies. To be considered for induction into the MAU chapter, students must be in 10th grade or higher and be currently enrolled in or have completed Spanish 3 at Mt. Anthony. They must also meet the minimum grade requirement and be nominated by the Spanish department. Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month after school in room 125. We plan social events for the members' linguistic and cultural enrichment, provide free tutoring and homework help for all Spanish students at MAU and organize service projects for the community.
Advisor
Carmela Kovage

Student Senate

The Student Senate is the student government group for MAUHS. The Student Senate?s mission is to act as a liaison between the student body and administration in order to provide input and leadership to improve the overall school community. Students may join the Senate, and/or they are automatically members if they are Class Officers or have run for class office at MAUHS. This group participates in school events through four, student-chaired and operated committees: Education; Finance & Membership; Public Relations & Community; and Events. These students meet regularly with school administrators and act as a liaison between students and school officials and staff. The Senate meets on Wednesday in Room 231 from 7:20 ? 7:45 a.m., as well as additional time for committee work. Regular attendance and participation are required. The Student Senate Advisors are Brooke Remington and Jennifer Welles.
Advisor
Jennifer Welles

Brooke Remington

Ultimate Frisbee

The Ultimate Frisbee Club is an opportunity for students to "drop in" as their busy lives allow them some time to join us in a number of group activity options, such as but not limited to ultimate frisbee, frisbee golf and other team sports and group games that are of low cost, risk, or material needs. Essentially we meet once per week from 2:30-3:30, warm up, divide up into teams and have some fun doing a healthy activity that any student capable of participating in regular physical education classes could be expected to be able to participate in. The fall emphasis is on playing ultimate frisbee and we will continue with it until the weather prevents it or until interest drops off, at which time we will introduce another active opportunity, but currently we have always had from 16 to 22 people playing with a generally increasing level of participation at each meeting as word of mouth has gotten out.
Advisors
TBA

Volunteer Club

The mission of the MAUHS Red Cross Volunteer Club is to get students involved in the community through service activities. The Volunteer Club's goal is to work with the Red Cross and other non- profit agencies in our community and inspire students to be productive lifelong community service leaders by encouraging a commitment to civic participation. Our club also allows students to connect with their peers from across the country and around the world as they serve under the symbol of the largest international humanitarian organization in the world. Aside from opportunities for training and leadership development, students will have the ability to choose mission-related activities that address your community's needs while delivering the life-saving services of the Red Cross. We will plan and implement projects that will save hundreds of lives from blood drives to disaster preparedness education. The Volunteer Club's mission is in line with the SVSU School Board's community partnership goal and with National Honor Society requirements for community service. Club membership and volunteerism are also looked at favorably when applying for college admission and employment.
Advisor
Brooke Remington

Lorrie Carra

Weight Room

The Weight Room, which is located off the cafeteria, will be open for all students from 2:30-3:15 p.m. each school day and be supervised by a faculty instructor.
Advisor
Ric Crosier

Wellness Club

The Wellness Club meets on Tuesdays in Room 007 from 2:30 to 4. The focus of the group is to promote wellness or "the quality or state of being healthy in body and mind" amongst the students here at MAUHS. Some of the goals include:
  • Building skills around working with others
  • Promote regular physical activity and nutrition ( ex. Zumba, Walks, Healthy Snacks, etc)
  • Encourage creativity, learning and problem solving
  • Building awareness and acceptance of one's self
  • Stress management
  • Living a lifestyle that is respectful of the environment
  • Having fun
  • Participating in the annual Relay for Life Event
Advisor
Dawn McEwan

Yearbook

Yearbook is both a first semester short block class (1/2 credit) and a club. Yearbook club is an after school or free time activity for students who have time and interest in working on the yearbook. Activities include photography, typing, proofreading, layout, ad sales, book sales and general yearbook organizational activities. Production of our all color, 172 page yearbook begins in the beginning of school through the end of the school year. Yearbooks are delivered and sold in May and June
Advisor
Judi Estes

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