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High School Extracurricular Activities

See below for our new clubs and after school activities for the 2022-2023 school year. 
 

MUSIC MAKING CLUB

PROCTOR: KELLY ANNE DOLAN

Students in the Music Making Club will play various instruments, including the percussion instruments, keyboards, and Boomwhackers. Students will work together to improvise performances and enjoy communicating through music. Anticipated participation 7-10 Meetings on Mondays.

 

 

PROMETHEAN READER CLUB

PROCTOR: SONIA VAZQUEZ

The Promethean Reader, the school's literary magazine, offers high-school students the opportunity to publish their original poetry. Student-writers are encouraged to submit their original work on a year-round basis to have their work published in the magazine which is printed in the spring. Anticipated participation: 1-10. Meetings on Mondays and as needed.

 

BOYS TO MEN CLUB

PROCTORS: AARON NICKIE/ANDREW MOYE

Club designed to teach boys to be young men with a successful future in reach through fostering relationships. Club will include fun activities as well as workshops done by community members. Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Mondays.

 

CHESS/SCRABBLE CLUB

PROCTORS: CYRUS KNOWER/JOSHUA WAGNER

Chess team is an opportunity to improve chess skills and play against other schools in the ASAP intramural chess league.  We will start with in-school round-robin tournaments.  Top students from the CAP tournaments will move on to compete against other schools in Swiss format tournaments beginning in September.  Anticipated participation: 10-15. Meetings on Mondays.

 

DRUMLINE CLUB

PROCTOR: MADELAINE DIJS

Drumline allows a small group of students to develop and practice their musical and rhythmic skills on various percussion instruments. Students learn and create their own music and beats to perform at various school events and functions. Anticipated participation: 5-10. Meetings on Mondays.

 

STUDENT COUNCIL CLUB

PROCTOR: DANIELLE VANDERWOUDE/NAISHA GONZALEZ

Plan inclusive activities to build a strong sense of community, give students a voice, etc. Anticipated participation: 5-10. Meetings on Mondays.

 

Knots4K9s CLUB

PROCTOR: ROGER MATZKE

We will be braiding/creating items for dogs/pets such as leashes, collars, and toys. Some of the items made will be donated to animal rescue groups. Anticipated participation: 6-12. Meetings on Mondays.

 

LADY BUTTERFLIES

PROCTOR: NATHALIE CHARLES/SHERISA LEWIS/PAULA ONES/ROXANNE DELGADO

Social group where female students can discuss positive strategies associated with managing education, time constraints, home responsibilities, parental relationships, growing pains, and local/national events affecting young women in their community and the world.  Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Mondays.

LATIN DANCE CLUB

PROCTOR: JENNIFER FERRIS

Students learn authentic Spanish dancing skills which incorporate music and dress.  Anticipated participation: 10-15.  Meetings on Tuesday.

 

Pi MATH CLUB

PROCTOR: SOUHILA TOUMI

Pi Math is a fun and competitive activity that any student can participate in.  It is a great way for students to develop a solid math foundation and intuitive thinking skills. Furthermore, students will see math not as a set of guidelines, but as an art. Anticipated participation: 1-10. Meetings on Tuesdays.

 

SCIENCE CLUB

PROCTORS: SARA GALLAGHER/SAM WILSON

This club will provide students with the opportunities and the skills to research scientific questions and perform scientific experiments that they would not have the opportunity to do in the classroom. Anticipated participation: 10-20.  Meetings on Tuesdays.

 

THE MUSICAL RELAXATION CLUB

PROCTOR:  JULIE ROTHENBERG

A Musical Club where learning music the students are interested in to help with relaxation. Anticipated participation: 5-10. Meetings on Tuesdays.

 

YOGA CLUB

PROCTOR:  ALLISON CEPIS

In Yoga Club, students will stretch and strengthen their muscles through various yoga poses. This club is great for beginners and athletes alike. We make getting fit, toned, and in shape fun. Namaste! Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Tuesdays.

 

DEBATE CLUB
PROCTOR: MICHAEL TERMINI

Description: Provides members the opportunity to develop the essential researching habits, persuasive writing and public speaking skills that will prepare them for success in high school and college. Debate club explores a different topic each month and members will participate in competitions throughout the year to help students improve their cases and their public-speaking skills. Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Tuesdays.

 

FLOW ARTS CLUB

PROCTOR: JOHN DANNAWAY

In Flow Arts Club, students will learn the basics of flow arts through spinning poi. In this club students will learn to express themselves creatively, relieve stress, and just overall feel good by the end of the day. Anticipated participation: 10-15. Meetings on Tuesdays & Thursdays.

 

ANIME CLUB

PROCTOR: ROBERT LECONEY/ JOHN DANNAWAY

Anime club is a place where people who love Japanese culture can enjoy what they love. We will watch anime and discuss the themes present while having fun! Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Tuesdays.

 

BOOK CLUB 

PROCTORS: KIM JETTER-HENSON

For those who love to read the book before seeing the movie, and who can't wait for the next title in their favorite series. Join us in the library before school for book discussions, snacks, and more.  Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meeting first Tuesday of each month.

 

CAP QUARTET CLUB
PROCTOR: ELIZABETH MCCLUSKEY

The CAP Quartet is an ensemble of four singers not currently part of the CAP Choir who prepare songs for performances in the two annual concerts held at CAP.  Anticipated participation 1-4. Meetings will vary on Tuesdays based on concert dates

 

GENDER & SEXUALITY ALLIANCE CLUB (GSA)

PROCTOR: HEATHER JANIK/BRYAN KERR/SONIA  VAZQUEZ

The Gender Sexuality Alliance is an organization that unites LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities.It provides a safe space for students and works to promote deep social change related to racial, gender, and educational justice. Anticipated participation: 20-30. Meetings on Wednesdays.

 

 

STEP TEAM CLUB

PROCTORS: HAYLEE LUND/VICKY WELLS

The StepTeam is an entertainment group showcased by the high school students to express art through step and dance. Step Team will provide an extraordinary sense of unity in becoming one as a group. Anticipated participation: 7-10. Meetings on Tuesdays and every other Thursday.

 

MONOPOLY GAME CLUB

PROCTOR: NICHOLAS BURKE

Monopoly and board game club will teach fundamentals and probability in the board game Monopoly. Students will keep track of game progress and statistics will be kept from results taken place in the club. Prizes will be given out (funded by Mr. Burke) to top Monopoly performers throughout the school year. Anticipated participation 7-10 Meeting on Thursdays.

 

BRUINS GIVEBACK CLUB

PROCTOR: JENNIFER FERRIS

The Bruins Giveback provides students with opportunities to give back to their communities through working with community organizations. Examples may include community clean-ups, food distribution, involvement with local hospitals and nursing homes, and more. Student meetings will occur monthly to plan service events. Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Thursdays.

 

 

DRAMA CLUB

PROCTOR: BRYAN KERR

Drama Club: meet weekly (or more often during productions) to explore plays, discuss modern theater work, & build skills in collaboration/performance through games, activities, showcases, and 1-2 full productions a year. Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Thursdays.

 

 

ENVIROTHON CLUB

PROCTOR: SARA GALLAGHER

A club designed to guide students through a natural resource environmental education program that combines classroom learning and outdoor activities resulting in a county-wide competition in the spring. This exposure to nature and seeing how humans impact the natural world provides invaluable lessons for understanding ecosystems and our environment.  At the Envirothon, teams of five students compete in field testing using their knowledge in five topic areas – Soils and Land Use,  Aquatic Ecology, Forestry, Wildlife and Environmental Issues.  Anticipated participation: 10-20. Meetings on Thursday.

 

FLOW ARTS CLUB

PROCTOR: JOHN DANNAWAY

In Flow Arts Club, students will learn the basics of flow arts through spinning poi. In this club students will learn to express themselves creatively, relieve stress, and just overall feel good by the end of the day. Anticipated participation: 10-15. Meetings on Tuesdays & Thursdays.

 

FASHION CLUB

PROCTOR: SARAH GELLERSTEIN

Students will be exploring both the history and evolution of fashion as well as personal style- we will look into different trends and create our own fashion books composed of outfits we create inspired by different looks over time! We will explore through design drawing, collage, and ultimately basic hand sewing. The club will mainly focus on clothing, but will also look at accessories as well as beauty techniques. Anticipated participation 10-20. Meetings on Thursdays.