Student Activities

ATC offers its students a growing number of extracurricular student activities. These activities complement our academic curriculum and help students explore additional interests, work within teams, build character, develop leadership skills, and foster community. Participation in student clubs is also a means of building relationships and contributing to a connected school culture.  Please talk to the club sponsor if you would like to join!

Club & Activity times are the same for all unless otherwise listed, Clubs will meet on the specified days during Flex Hour from 3:30 to 4:30.

SY 23-24 ATC Clubs & Sponsors include:




Meeting Days

Amnesty International

Mr. Holland

2nd & 4th Tuesday of each Month

Beading Jewelry Making

Ms. Holzer

Tuesdays in Room 110

Bilingual Seal Prep

Ms. Standridge

For Juniors & Seniors preparing for the Bilingual Seal state Exam

Every other Friday in Room 205

Chess Club

Mr. Mathis & Mr. Guss

We have an active and well-attended chess program at ATC, open to all levels of players. We attend 5 tournaments over the course of the year, but tournament attendance is not required.

Tuesday & Thursdays in Room 208

Coloring Club

Ms. Gardner

Wednesdays in Room 109

Dance Club

Mr. Lain & Ms. Wirries

Fridays in Room 111

Dance Committee

Jennifer Cintas

Plan and work dances for the student's here at ATC.


Design Work

Mr. Wolf

Wednesdays in Room 105

Dungeons & Dragons Club

Mr. Rivers

Fight for the freedom of the realm and learn valuable, real-world skills in student-buit worlds of fantasy, magic and dangerous fun. Beginner or pro, all are welcome! We are a diverse, inclusive club where every student can be themselves even as they pretend to be an Elf, Dwarf, Orc or Dragonborn hero.

Thursdays in Room 211

Future Crew/Senior Support

Ms. Gavin

Tuesdays & Thursdays in the Conference Room

GSA - Gay Straigh Alliance

Mr. Walker

Wednesdays in Room 108

Hackysack Club

Mr. Carlson

Fridays in Phoenix Center

Model United Nations

Mr. Holland

Fridays in Room 210

Mountain Club

Mr. Martinez

Cultural and Environmental Restoration club where we camp and travel to exotic places to work and have fun. 4 Camping/work trips per year.

Fridays in Room 212

Music Appreciation

Mr. Morgan

A laid-back club in which we listen to and discuss music. We do not play music--a common misconception.

Wednesdays in the Principals Office

National Honor Society

Ms. Hagele, Ms Hooten, Ms. McAfee

Our group honors students for their exemplary achievement in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Our primary purpose is to serve our community, both locally at ATC and around the larger Santa Fe community. As a member, you will take part in group community service projects and be a leader in our community.

Tuesdays at 12:05 in Room 111

Natural Helpers

Mr. O'Connor

Natural Helpers is a club focused on training members to be allies in suicide prevention and student support. Natural Helpers provides resources for students' self care.

Wednesdays in the Phoenix Center

NM Governor's STEM Challenge Club

Lindsay McAfee

"The New Mexico Governor’s STEM Challenge is an engineering design initiative that invites high school STEM classes to imagine, design, and build project models in response to an annual Challenge question. Student teams compete at a Statewide Showcase for a chance to win $5,000. Prototypes are judged and prizes awarded by local STEM industry employers."

Tuesdays in Room 302

Phoenix Esports

Mr. Griffith

Electronic Sports club focused on competive gaming in New Mexico Schools. Students compete in Fall and Spring programming ranging from scrimmages, team building exercises, career exploration, or skill development practices.

Tuesdays & Thursdays in Room 106

Senior College Essay Support

Ms. Gardner

Tuesdays in Room 109


Mr. O'Connor

Thursdays Outside


Ms. Hooten & Mr. Kriegs

Focused on supporting students in math competitions and having fun with all things math, such as Pi Day

Tuesdays in Room 303


Mr. Martinez

Organize and plan events for the entire student body.

Wednesday during lunch in room 212

Tai Chi

Coach C

Tuesdays in Room 207

Theatre Company

Ms. Davis & Ms. Hagele

Anyone is welcome to join. We focus on acting and design (costume, set, light, sound, and more)

Wednesdays in Room 204

Yarn Club for High School

Ms. Gardner

Having fun with all things Yarn (knitting, crocheting, tatting, weaving, cross-stitch, macrame).The possibilities are endless!

Fridays in Room 109

Yarn Club for Middle School

Ms. Bakevich

Having fun with all things Yarn (knitting, crocheting, tatting, weaving, cross-stitch, macrame).The possibilities are endless!

Fridays in room 203