Leadership, Clubs, & Activities

ASMS has many clubs that are approved, funded, and supported by the Student Government Association. These clubs are open to all students and represent a wide variety of interests.

Some of the official clubs of ASMS include: Key Club, Allies, Anime, Black Student Union, Environmental Science Club, Cheerleading Club, Cooking Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Chess Team, Future Engineers’ Club, Yearbook, German Club, Off the Leash, IGNITE, IMPACT, Lab of Learning, HOSA, Heroes of Health, Red Cross Club, Technalliance, Origami Club, Movie Club, Scholars Bowl, Weightlifting Club, Women of the World, Multicultural Student Union, Swing Dance Club, Yoga Club, Ultimate Frisbee Club, Science Olympiad and many more.

Student Government

The ASMS Student Government Association consists of 21 students from all classes. There are six officers comprised of juniors and seniors, and five representatives from each respective class. The SGA helps support, plan, and administer student activities on and off campus, including student clubs, Prom, and community service. The SGA is also charged with administering a budget of roughly $30,000 for these various activities. SGA elections happen each spring after candidates run campaigns and give speeches at a school-wide assembly.

Student Leadership

The Jo Bonner Leadership Academy will maximize the potential of ASMS students to do the exceptional and to lead with purpose. Through a combination of leadership development and experiential learning, the academy provides opportunities for students to participate in group workshops, team building exercises, skill trainings, breakout sessions, and personal reflection. Students will learn to achieve goals and address challenges through realizing their own leadership impact and working collaboratively on a team. Graduates of the academy will live with character, serve generously, and envision the future for themselves and the world around them.

Students who are selected as ASMS Admission Ambassadors and Residence Hall Peer Advisors for the 2020-2021 school year will participate in a half-day retreat, four two-hour trainings, and a full-day fall training. Upon successful completion of the retreat and trainings, students will be considered graduates of the Jo Bonner Leadership Academy and approved to move into their role.

Click here to view the job descriptions and selection timelines.

2020 applications are now closed.