From knowledge and STEM-based competition teams to athletics and affinity groups, there’s something for everyone.
Associated Student Body (ASB)
ASB is the student government representing the interests and goals of the Science Academy student body. Officers and appointed members of ASB are the leaders and decision makers, helping to organize and coordinate school events, philanthropic community service projects, and school fundraisers.
Science Academy athletes currently compete as Falcons with East Valley High School. Learn more about how to participate here.
*Athletics is restricted to high school students only.
Mr. Medrano (EVHS)
Battle of the Books (HS & MS)
Book lovers compete Jeopardy-style against teams from other schools, answering questions from a pre-determined list of books that the teams read in preparation for the matches. How many books can you read and can you remember all the details?
So you want to start a club…
Joining a club is a fun and easy way to get involved in campus life, as well as explore new and favorite interests. But if you don’t see a club that aligns with your particular interest, how about starting one?
Clubs must be student-run organizations whose purpose is to promote a particular idea or activity that directly benefits the school student body and/ or club members in some way. Here are the 5 easy steps to starting a new club on campus:
- Recruit at least 10 other students as charter members of your club
- Review and complete the Club Charter Application
- Create your club Constitution and Bylaws
- Find a faculty advisor for your Club
- Submit your Charter Application for approval.
*Clubs whose purpose is to engage in potentially dangerous activities that could lead to the injury of their members, such as martial arts, archery, skiing/snowboarding, etc., will not be approved.
- Science Academy Club Charter Application Packet
- Fundraising Guidelines
- Sample Club Constitution + Bylaws