Clubs & Organizations

Clubs and Organizations for Students

Club or Organization Sponsors Description How a student can join and other information When and where the club meets
Girls Who Code Susan Frey Chapter of the national Girls Who Code.  Students at AHJS with an interest in coding can learn more about coding as we gain skills through our GWC curriculum and work on our capstone project.  We will present our project at the district's Showcase of Engaged Learning event in the Spring. Come join us at a meeting on Mondays in room S-200 from 4-5 p.m.

There is no fee to participate.
Mondays in room S-200 from 4-5 p.m.
UIL Academic Team Nicole Wogstad  UIL Academic Team - Academic Competitions Parents/Students can sign up by going to the AHJS Academic Teams website.  It includes UIL competitions and Science Olympiad.
The practice schedule is listed on the AHJS Academic Teams website.
Science Olympiad John Sheppard, Mike Snell, and Cindy Puchalski Students compete in a variety of science-related competitions across the state.  Visit Mike Snell in the guidance office at AHJS. Practice is Thursdays from 4:15 - 5:00 p.m. each week.
Scripps Spelling Bee Andrea Lowe Sponsor is in charge of coordinating campus Scripps Spelling Bee FLEX or study words independently
FLEX Room 405 (September, October, and November)
Latin Club Nicole Lehmann This is a social and academic co-curricular club for Latin students.  Students join in their classes. TBD
Unified Champions Club Naiomi Salcedo A student-led club of all abilities to promote social inclusion through positive activities and sports at the Junior School.
 Contact Mrs. Salcedo in room 123 for more information. We will meet once-a-month during FLEX 3 after school.

Be ready to make a positive impact in your school. Live Unified
Taco Tuesday Karen Walker Local youth ministry workers come and teach students from The Bible.  Tacos are $1! Every Tuesday morning at 7:50 a.m. Tuesdays at 7:50 a.m. in Room 205
Robotics Teresa Milliger Teams of 4-5 learn how to solve complex problems by constructing robots and programming them to overcome obstacles.  We compete in competitions throughout the year. Speak with Ms. Milliger Wednesdays from 4-4:45 p.m. 
Gamers Club Chris McDow Just come and hangout with fellow gamers!  Bring your Switch, Magic deck, and Pokémon cards.  You'll be sure to find someone to play your favorite game with.
Everyday 7:45 - 8:35 in room S104 Tuesdays from 4-4:45 p.m.
Room STEM 104
 Esports  Chris McDow  AHJS Esports is one the forefront of competitive video gaming. Our student athletes participate in a nationwide competition each semester in games ranging from Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, Rocket League, and Minecraft. Students try out for our teams, then receive weekly coaching and practice sessions, along with the chance to compete at nationwide events. Our esports program also supports a Twitch stream with student shoutcasters, and support at community events.  Mondays and Thursdays from 4:00 - 6:00 
Room S104
Drama Club Shelly Bynum Students rehearse and practice for a one act play and the musical. Must attend informational meetings and bring a parent permission form. FLEX and dress rehearsals the week before performance.
Science Olympiad and Science Bowl Cindy Puchalski Science Olympiad is a competitive traveling academic team, specializing in all science subject matter.
Practice time - Thursdays after school in room 122.  They can email Mr. Snell, Ms. Puchalski, or Mr. Sheppard. 2nd and 4th Wednesday 4:10-5:10 PM 
National Junior Honor Society Dulce Annis National Junior Honor Society is an organization where students excel in their classes.  They are also encouraged to be active community members who assist those in need. Student is required to meet certain grades, community volunteers hours, and pillars of our school district.  Nominations are done by teachers. Meetings are once-a-month during advisory in Room 500.

Students must be dedicated to maintaining high standards for themselves and the school. 
Odyssey of the Mind (formerly Destination Imagination) Kristi Zorn OM is a national non-profit organization for students in grades 3-college level.  Our mission is to develop fun project-based learning that blend STEM with the arts and allows students to show off their creativity.  Teams will compete in creative/critical thinking challenges, team building, problem-solving, and risk-taking opportunities.  There are 3 competitions throughout the year, with 5 different challenges to choose from.  Costumes/scripts/props are all student designed. Contact Ms. Zorn at 210-824-3231 ext. 1165 or at [email protected] for more information  Friday morning practices from 7:45-8:30 a.m.  Location is to be determined. Individual team practice weekly outside of school is also required.
Global Awareness Club Matt Poarch A service club that focuses on issues at home and around the world Talk to Coach Poarch FLEX
Alamo Heights Mules Cycling Team  Gerardo Morales, Paul Harris Mules Cycling is a cross-country mountain bike team and welcomes riders in grades 6-12. The team rides and races in the Texas Interscholastic Mountain Bike League, part of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). Our team’s Mission Statement is to create an inclusive group for students who are interested in learning about and growing through the sport of cycling. Team members will develop both technical skills and improve their fitness through cross-country riding. Our team’s activities are focused upon preparing for and racing at NICA-produced cross-country mountain bike events. The team is open for everyone at the AHJS and AHHS. Sign up at the Club Fair in September and watch for the announcement of the parent/student info meeting this fall. The season runs late fall through April.

Follow/contact Mules Cycling here:


Instagram: @ahmulescyling

Facebook: @mulescyling09

Email: [email protected]
Wednesday evening and Saturday mornings, locations and times will be announced.


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