ATC offers its student a growing number of extracurricular student activities. These activities complement our academic curriculum and are intended to 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 connected school culture. Please talk to the club sponsor if you would like to join! For clubs/activities listed as "invite only" please contact the club sponsor for details/criteria to join.
SY 22-23 ATC Clubs & Sponsors include:
OPEN / OR INVITE
ATC's Amnesty club is part of Amnesty International, an organization that campaigns for universal human rights. We learn about human rights around the world, create fundraising projects to help our community, and raise awareness to promote human rights at a local level.
Every other Tuesday at Lunch in Mr. Holland's classroom.
Not yet established
ATC Dance Company
We focus on dance performance in three areas: Drill Team, Contemporary Lyrical, and Musical Theatre. No dance experience necessary and anyone is welcome to join regardless of gender or sexual orientation.
Please speak to Ms. Davis for more information.
ATC Dungeoneers (Dungeons & Dragons Club)
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.
Monday and Wednesday Lunch Period. Rm. 211
ATC Math Club
Focused on supporting students in math competitions and having fun with all things math, such as Pi Day
ATC Supercomputing Challenge
Yearlong group challenge to use computer science to solve a societal problem.
ATC Theatre Company
Anyone is welcome to join. We focus on acting and design (costume, set, light, sound, and more)
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.
Tuesdays and Fridays from the end of school to about 5:00 or so.
Plan and work dances for the student's here at ATC.
Cultural and Environmental Restoration club where we camp and travel to exotic places to work and have fun. 4 Camping/work trips per year.
Scheduled as needed.
Closed for the year (full)
A laid-back club in which we listen to and discuss music weekly at lunch. We do not play music--a common misconception.
Lunch on Tuesdays at 12:30 in room 209
National Honor Society
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 is a club focused on training members to be allies in suicide prevention and student support. Natural Helpers provides resources for students' self care.
Thursday Lunch 207
Open - Only 10 Members
NM Governor's STEM Challenge Club
"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."
TBD by Team Members, possible travel required in December
Organiza and plan events for the entire student body.
Wednesday during lunch in room 212
Wellness Ambassadors to Voice and Empower: WAVE is a group of students who meet weekly and work toward individual and community-wide wellness. Among other things, WAVE organizes ATC Be the Change Day and ATC Day of Silence. ATC's WAVE is part of a district-wide wellness program.
Thursday Lunch in the Conference Room
Having fun with all things Yarn (knitting, crocheting, tatting, weaving, cross-stitch, macrame).The possibilities are endless!
Wednesdays afterschool -- 4:15 to 5:15 Rm. 109 beginning Sept. 7th
Zine Club (working title)
A casual club where students can flex their creative muscles and let their voices be heard by creating a self-published "Zine". Our goal is to build up a Zine library to which the entire school has access where art and ideas can be shared!
Fridays @ lunch (12:08 - 12:53) in Rm. 206
ATC Phoenix Esports
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.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays afterschool. 4:15 - 5:45 in Rm. 106