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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • 3D Professionals

    Club Sponsor: Kevin Finan

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    Our 3D professionals' Club is open to all machining students (Juniors/Seniors). To join, the students must be in good standing in all classes. The purpose of the 3D Professionals club is to expose the students to this great new manufacturing process.  3D Club members learn to run our 3Markforged 3D printers and print parts to master the process. Learning by DOING!!!  The Club receives many requests to print projects; for example, printing a gift for each
    of the T-TEN graduates to receive at graduation. We are currently printing gifts for all members of a department at the
    school. It's top-secret so we can't say which department .... spoil the surprise!!!   We invite companies/engineers in the 3D printing world to visit and talk about the process. Santavia recently visited the Machining class. 3D club members had an opportunity to speak with engineers about the 3D printing of metal ............. very cool.  The engineer from Santavia was a previous machining student, so extra cool. 3D members attend field trips to local and out-of-country companies to learn about manufacturing: one example was Disney.

    Dues are collected to support the club:
    Juniors $10 & Seniors $5. We also host fundraisers to support the club. 3D Club has been very fortunate to receive donations from manufacturing organizations to help support the club.

  • Art Club

    Club Sponsor:  Yosalind Davilsaint

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    Art Club is an afterschool club that focuses on art projects along with technology. We meet twice a month and use the following mediums to expand student creativity:

    • Sketch pencils - sketch pads
    • Charcoal - sketch pads
    • Acrylic paint - Canvas
    • Watercolors - paper
    • Markers – paper

    In the technology department, we code and use the Cricut Machine to make adhesives. We will also create a webpage to start displaying student artifacts.

  • Atlantic Adventures

    Club Sponsor: Kathleen Kelly

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    Atlantic Adventures Club is open to all ATC high school students. The club’s mission is to promote a holistic approach to the overall health and wellness (physical and mental) of the student.
    • Open Gym (Mon.-Thur.) 2 pm-3:15 pm
    • Field Trips promoting core values of physical health, mental health & wellness.
    • Parent & Student must sign a Permission to Participate Form (Located in Ms. Kelly’s Room)
    • Open to ALL grade levels

  • Book Club

    Club Sponsor: Catherine Castelli

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    Book Club is for lovers of all genres of books. Students analyze books and explore related books through adventurous field trips. Club members participate in the district Battle of the Books Competition, (which we won the last two
    years!) and support each other's love of books.

  • Broward Youth Coalition (BYC)

    Club sponsor: Shannon Chen

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    A group of young leaders who work to become youth advocates for substance abuse prevention and mental health promotion in their communities. BYC members lead by example and encourage their peers to make healthy decisions.  Youth who actively participate in BYC will be better equipped to remain drug-free while successfully navigating school transitions, college, and their future.  The BYC Action Team through United Way of Broward County's Commission on Behavioral Health & Drug Prevention has a community-wide BYC club as well, with students across Broward who are dedicated to their communities. BYC offers its members opportunities to participate in meaningful volunteer opportunities, network with community leaders, explore college and career options, and develop both personal and professional skills.

  • Business Professionals of America

    Club Sponsor: Kaysha Covington

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    Business Professionals of America is the premier CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration, health administration, and other related career fields. It is available for grades 11-12 and they get the chance to showcase the skills learned in their technical program and get rewarded for merit.  Very active, a student-run club with fundraisers monthly to help fund our annual leadership conferences. BPA members travel to Orlando, FL annually for the State Leadership Conference and travel to various cities nationwide to compete on the national stage at the  National Leadership Conference, where students get access to networking with other scholars, guest speakers, and industry certifications to help them get out of their "shell" and become a business professional in the real world.  BPA club members competed virtually last year due to Covid-19 and placed 1st in the Nation in C# Programming thanks to Mr. Iyar.

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  • First Priority

    Club Sponsor: George Orfino

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    The First Priority Club is a youth organization that supports student-initiated, student-led Christian clubs on middle school and high school campuses. Founded by Christian author and speaker Benny Proffitt and 11 other youth Pastors in Irving, TX in 1996. Today, there are over 30 local organizations, with First Priority of South Florida being the local organization for Miami, Broward, and Palm Beach. The First Priority Club connects with others through the following activities: pizza socials, fun, and the gospel.  First Priority Club is Christ-centered, and students grow together in the gospel.  Students should join for the following reasons: to grow in faith, make new friends and join a new community of welcoming people, have fun, and meet amazing guest speakers.

    Club Meeting dates: Every Monday @ 2:00 in room 2410

  • Freshman Class

    Club Sponsor: Monique Litthcut

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    All Grade 09 students are included and encouraged to participate in class-sponsored activities including:
    • Hold elections for class officers
    • Host a minimum of one fundraiser for the class
    • Host a minimum of one community service project.
    • Create a class t-shirt/sweatshirt (optional)

  • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

    Club Sponsor: Philippe Jean Bart

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    HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of  Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies.  HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA actively promotes career opportunities in the health industry and enhances the delivery of quality  
    health care for all people. HOSA’s goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students, to affiliate and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.

  • Junior Achievement (JA)

    Club Sponsor: Karen Jurgens

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    In the JA Fellows Company Program, students gain real-world business experience by working in groups of 20-25, conceptualizing, capitalizing, and managing their own small businesses. The students develop communication, financial management, problem-solving, collaboration and time management skills, just to name a few. Mentors work in teams of 4-6, coaching students through the process of starting and running a small business. “Spark Tank” competitions (Shark Tank-like events) are judged by local business leaders. At year-end, companies participate in a local competition for
    award, and a chance to compete in a national competition, National Student Leadership Summit (NSLS), in Washington, D.C. in June.

  • Junior Class

    Sponsor: Mr. Lakeya Harriott

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    All Grade 11 students are included and encouraged to participate in class-sponsored activities including the following:

    • Hold elections for class officers
    • Oversee the purchase of class rings
    • Host multiple fundraisers for the class to prepare for 12th grade
    • Host a minimum of one community service project
    • create a class t-shirt/sweatshirt (optional)

  • Key Club

    Club Sponsor: Michael Hutchison

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    Key Club International is the oldest and largest community service program for high school students.
    ❖ Mission - Key Club is a student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership.
    ❖ Values - leadership, character building, caring, inclusiveness.
    ❖ Vision - We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide.
    ❖Motto - Caring is our way of life.

    Its goal is to provide students with opportunities to positively impact communities by community service projects. 

  • Mu Alpha Theta

    Club Sponsor: Gelin Lucius

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    Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society, was formed in 1957 at the University of Oklahoma. We are dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing scholarships in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. Currently, more than 100,000 students are Mu Alpha Theta members at more than 2,420 schools in the United States and in 23 foreign countries. 

  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    Club Sponsor: Vedra Roker

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    The purpose of the organization shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarships, to stimulate a desire to render service, to encourage a concern for character development, and to advance the work of the Honor Society among all Broward County Chapters. The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921. Today, it is estimated that more than one million students participate in NHS activities. NHS chapters are found in all 50 states, US Territories, Canada, and around the world. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments but challenges them to develop
    further through active involvement in school activities and community service. As such, NHS chapters and students are in schools that care not only about student achievement, but also community engagement.

  • Poetry Club (Poetic Prophets)

    Club Sponsor: Shannon Chen

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    The Omari Hardwick bluapple Poetry Network gives students across South Florida the opportunity to truly be the center of the educational process and express themselves through the art of spoken word poetry. Students in grades K-12 are exposed to the transformative power of poetry through teacher and student-led workshops, virtual poetry readings, regional conferences, and more. Everyone wants to be heard. Everyone wants to feel like their life, their story is important, and that someone is listening. Oftentimes, children feel that no one is listening. Students have thoughts that breathe, and the Omari Hardwick bluapple Poetry Network gives them platforms to let their words burn.

  • Programming

    Club Sponsor: Chandrakasamn Iyar

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    Fueling Creativity through Programming ATC Programming Club is a dynamic and inclusive High School Programming Club that serves as a creative hub for students passionate about technology, coding, and problem-solving. The club aims to cultivate a collaborative and stimulating environment where members can explore the vast world of programming, develop technical skills, and foster innovative thinking. 

  • Senior Class

    Club Sponsor: Michael Warman

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    All Grade 12 students are included and encouraged to participate in class sponsored activities including the following:

    • Hold elections for class officers
    • Senior class activities vary from year to year depending on student preference, availability of time, and resources
    • Multiple class fundraiser projects
    • Prom
    • Community Service project
    • Senior class trip or activity
    • Graduation/Senior breakfast

  • Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

    Club Sponsor: Ms. Kimberly Fort

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    SADD is a school-based organization dedicated to addressing the issues of underage drinking, impaired driving, drug use, and other destructive decisions and killers of young people. SADD’s mission is to provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the serious issues young adults are facing today. Empowerment is the foundation of SADD. The idea of empowerment is to build student’s confidence and ability to create changes and manage behavior in a way that results in healthy choices. SADD promotes a ‘no use’ message of alcohol and other drugs and encourages students not to participate in activities with destructive consequences. The group is open to any high school student. There are no dues to be paid. The larger projects that the club organizes are Red Ribbon Week activities and Mental Health Awareness week. We meet the 4th Wednesday of each month in Bon Appetit.

  • Student Government Association (SGA)

    Club Sponsor: Mr. Jason Kalls

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    Student Government is one of the largest and active club on campus. SGA hosts several events throughout the school year such as: Spirit Week, Autumn Fest, and the midyear field trip. SGA offers countless opportunities to not only have fun, but also to earn service-learning hours. Our purpose is to assist the community, increase school spirit, set forth a positive attitude and culture, promote the student and staff relationships, maintain a unified, safe, and enjoyable learning environment, promote teamwork, cooperation, and strive for excellence. We hope that you will join us.