Atlanta Classical Clubs

Extracurricular Clubs

Fall 2019 club offerings and registration information are now available below.

We are excited to offer the following student-led and/or teacher-sponsored clubs for the fall 2019 school year. Please scroll down to review the date/time, participant maximum, and eligible grades information for each club. Additional clubs will be added when they become available for sign-up.

Please note that clubs with size limits will accept students on a first-come, first-served basis as registrations are received in SchoolMint.

  • Airplane and Rocketry Club
  • Audio/Visual and Tech Club
  • ChemClub
  • Gaming Club
  • Girl Talk
  • Hiking Club
  • HOSA- Future Health Professionals Club
  • Junior Classical League
  • Key Club
  • Quiz Bowl Club
  • Young Ladies Bible Study
  • Young Mathematicians Club

Click here for Kiddos extracurricular classes such as Kidz Tennis, Bricks 4 Kidz, and Chess.

For SchoolMint registration questions, please contact Mrs. Renn at

Club Descriptions


Grades: 5 – 12 (4th grade with teacher recommendation)
Days/Time: Fridays, from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Dates: September 13 – December 13, 2019
Student Leaders: Darden Braun and Elizabeth Richter
Faculty/Staff Sponsors: Miss Ham, Miss Arrington, and Mr. Richter
Cost: $60 for club; *Students who are 14 or older by November 30th are eligible to try for their Junior Level 1 Certification and must build their own rocket. The fee for an individual rocket is $120- includes motors.
Participant Maximum: None
Location: S205

Blast off! Join us to build a rocket bigger than you! (probably). This year in the Rocketry Club, we will be building and launching an impressive two stage rocket. This year we have the option for individual rockets (for interested older students) or group construction.* Students will also get the opportunity to explore an Air Force base and museum during our semesterly field trip.

Please click here to register and pay for Airplane and Rocketry Club ($60).
Please click here to register and pay for Airplane and Rocketry Club ($120).


Grades: 9– 12
Days/Times: As needed for school events
Dates: September 2019 – May 2020
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Mr. Richter
Student Leader: Darden Braun, President
Cost: $0
Participant Maximum: None
Location: On site at events

Students are trained to operate the school’s A/V equipment and set it up for school functions. We will be assisting all special events and meetings where technology is needed.

Please click here to register for the A/V and Tech Club.


Grades: 9– 12
Days/Times: Every other Thursday; 3:15-4:30
Dates: September 5th – December 5, 2019
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Mrs. Huff
Cost: $0
Participant Maximum: None
Location: H109

The ACS ChemClub is a high school chemistry club that provides students with a unique opportunity to experience chemistry beyond the classroom. More than 500 clubs across the United States and abroad participate in after-school activities, get involved in community building, learn about chemistry careers, enjoy social events, and better understand how chemistry plays a role in our everyday lives.

Please click here to register for the ChemClub.


Grades: 9-12
Days/Times: Wednesdays from 3:15 until 5:00
Cost: None
Dates: September 18 – May 2020
Student Leaders: Matan Schers – President
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Arrington
Location: H015

Gaming club is where students will develop their skills in creativity, teamwork, and strategy through games such as Dungeons & Dragons and Magic the Gathering.


Grades: 7 and 8
Days/Times: Every other Wednesday afternoon, 3:15-4:00
Cost: $25
Dates: September 25 – May 1, 2020
Student Leaders: Sydney Wells and Jordan Rich
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Mrs. Kapelina-Thomas and Miss Flynn
Location: S009

Girl Talk is a national organization designed for middle school girls and led by high school girls. The ACA Girl Talk Chapter is founded and led by sophomores Jordan Rich and Sydney Wells, and is teacher-sponsored by Mrs. Kapelina-Thomas and Miss Flynn. The group focuses on mentoring, leadership, and positive reinforcement skills, which are especially important in today’s society. For more information on the national organization, please visit

Please click here to register and pay for Girl Talk.


Grades: 9th – 12th
Days/Times: Weekends
Cost: Will be determined based on individual hikes
Dates: September 14, 2019 – May 2020
Student Leaders: Clara Mastrion, President and Darden Braun, Vice President
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Mr. Holt
Location: Library (as needed)

The Hiking Club will take students on a variety of hikes, including day hikes and overnight trips on the weekends and during school breaks. Members may choose which hikes they are comfortable attending.

Please click here to register and pay for Hiking Club.


Grades: 9 – 12
Days/Time: Fridays, bi-weekly, from 3:10-4:30
Dates: August 30th – May 15, 2020 (minus Holidays and Field Trips)
Faculty/Staff Sponsors: Nurse Holland
Cost: $125 (includes scrubs and tee-shirt)
Participant Maximum: 20 students
Location: S108

Students in this club learn about the healthcare field, participate in an HOSA conference, and organize healthcare-related service projects.

Please click here to register and pay for HOSA- Future Health Professionals Club.


Grades: 5 – 12
Days/Times: Mondays
Dates: August 25 – December 9, 2019
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Dr. Roth
Cost: $0
Participant maximum: None
Location: H103

This club will involve preparation for participation in Georgia Junior Classical League activities, including Certain, the Fall Forum, and State Convention.

Please click here to register for Junior Classical League.


Grades: 9 – 12
Days/Times: Every other Thursday
Dates: September 2019 – May 2020
Time: 3:15 – 3:45
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Mr. Nugent
Student Sponsors: Charlotte Taylor, Tarpley Herlihy, Lucy Eagleson and Mattie Stubbs
Cost: $34
Participant maximum: None
Location: H302

Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. We partner with organizations to help children with homework, fundraise for charities, or host supply drives.

Please click here to register for Key Club.


Grades: 6 – 12
Days/Times: Wednesdays from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Dates: August 21st- December 11, 2019
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Dr. Roth
Cost: $0
Participant maximum: None
Location: H103

Quiz Bowl, the varsity sport of the mind, features Saturday tournaments in which teams from various schools compete to answer questions that are less trivia than serious review of a thorough academic curriculum across all subjects. ACA fields teams at the middle school (6th-8th), Novice (1st year of play), JV (10th and lower), and Varsity levels. Saturday tournaments are often held at high schools throughout the state.

Please click here to register for Quiz Bowl Club.
Note: Sign-ups for this club are only valid for one semester.


Grades: 6-9th
Days/Times: Mondays, 3:30-4:30
Dates: September 16th – December 16, 2019
Faculty/Staff Sponsors: Mrs. Andrew and Mrs. Lamb
Cost: Students will be required to order a book once the club begins.
Participation minimum: 5 students
Participation maximum: None
Location: S207

Join us for a discussion based study group. We will choose a teen-friendly Bible study guide and work through it each week. Please note: There must be at least 5 students enrolled for us to hold this group.

Please click here to register for Young Ladies Bible Study.


Grades: 2 – 5
Days/Times: Mondays, 2:30-3:15
Dates: September 16th – December 16, 2019
Faculty/Staff Sponsor: Mrs. Teeple
Cost: $10
Participation maximum: 15
Location: Library

This semester, we will begin the journey of creating our first ever ACA Math Club. Do you enjoy logic puzzles or games? Are you interested in challenging other schools to a math competition? Would you like to help shape what our Math Club will do? Join us as we have fun with math!

Thank you!