What is a club fair?
HIGH school club fair 2021-2022 - how was it?
HIGH school clubs
- National Honor Society (NHS)
- Enviromental Club
- Student Council (STUCO)
- National Art Honor Society (NAHS)
- Literature Magazine (LitMag)
- Peer Helpers
- Call of the Wild
- AAS TV
- Awareness Club
- Kids in the Community (KIK)
- International Court of Justice (ICJ)
- Penguin Press
- Global Impact Club
- Dungeons & Dragons (D&D)
- Wellness Club
- Stock Market Club
Our Mission: Make AAS more environmentally friendly by presenting people with choices to decrease pollution and our carbon footprint.
The National Art Honor Society recognizes high school students who demonstrate an outstanding ability and interest in art (visual and/or performing). It also promotes the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service by bringing art education to the attention of the school and community.
The Literary Magazine serves to spread, cultivate and popularize knowledge and skills related to creative writing, digital design, and arts among the AAS High School community.
Peer Helpers are a group of involved students who strive to create a welcoming and friendly environment. We aim to develop a strong community support system and address global issues, as well as issues faced by fellow peers. Peer Helpers lead activities that focus on the transition into, through and out of high school.
Interested in joining Peer Helpers at AAS?
Our Mission: Provide a student pathway to learn real-life skills while working on projects that benefit AAS and align with its mission as well as to capture the vibrancy and the undying learning spirit of AAS via regular episodes
Join the AAS TV club, become an official AAS Moscow correspondent! Cover in school, local community, and international events. Work with the Community Relations team to become a master storyteller, videographer, executive, producer, or editor. Learn critical life skills for the future while making a positive impact on the school culture and community.
Full list of available positions HERE
Interviews which seek to learn more about the culture at AAS
Topics which support the AAS Mission and values
Focus on learning (inside and outside the classroom...traditional and nontraditional)
Celebration of student innovation
Kids in the Community aim to foster an inclusive environment that offers every member the remarkable opportunity to ameliorate conditions in the local community.
If you're interested, apply here
What is the ICJ?
In AAS ICJ, we work throughout the year to prepare for an ICJ Simulation in the spring. We are looking for participants who enjoy debate and have an interest in expanding their knowledge on international relations. We proudly boast that ICJ is also the only AAS organisation involving activities relating to the legal sphere. AAS ICJ also provides the experience needed for students to apply to international ICJ simulations, such at THIMUN. So far, we have known all who participated to enjoy the experience and hope that you consider working with us this year to host the AAS ICJ 2021.
Roles in ICJ
If you have any questions regarding the ICJ or unsure if you would like to join, feel free to contact us Yana Tucker, Finn Carpenter, or Zihan Su We look forward to working with you in future.
The Penguin Press is open to all dedicated students who wish to and develop their writing and research skills in order to make positive changes that would improve the world.
Apply Now to join the AAS Penguin Press Team!
The Global Impact Club are a group of highly motivated high school students who want to make a difference in their school, their community, and across the globe.