Extracurricular clubs

All students are encouraged to join at least one club or organization to meet, lead, and learn from others.

The Student Activities program at Arizona School for the Arts is dedicated to:

  • Involving as many students and staff as possible
  • Providing positive, safe, and fun activities for students and staff
  • Promoting a safe, healthy lifestyle for all participants
  • Enriching the lives of students and staff
  • Encouraging connection through common interests and diverse experiences 

ASA has over 50 middle and high school clubs. Please reach out to Faculty Club Leader, Dean Kristi Kleiser, who oversees all student extracurricular/club activities at ASA


Are you interested in starting a new club? Follow the steps in the graphic, below. 

Want to see what clubs are active in middle school OR promote your new club?


Don’t see a club that interests you? Don’t worry, you can start your own! Follow the steps in the graphic.

Clubs will be able to showcase themselves at the Club Fair. ASA already offers a variety of fun clubs and organizations for students, but new clubs are always welcome!

Some clubs we already have at ASA are Mock Trial, Yearbook, Model UN, The Coalition Clubs (BSU, ASU, LSU, QSU), Rise, HS Robotics, and many more!)

7th-12th CLUB FAIR: August 26th and 27th


Being an ASA Ambassador entails a variety of things. Through an annual application and interview process, students are chosen based on their leadership skills, ability to interact enthusiastically with the public, and willingness to support and represent ASA. Ambassadors are also chosen for their ability to critically view and improve the school. As a Student Ambassador, it is your job to give the public insight into life at ASA through the point of view of a student leader.

Engage students in team building and fitness through practice and competition.


The National Foreign Language Honor Societies are academic honor societies focusing on French and Spanish studies in secondary education. They provide opportunities to recognize outstanding scholarship in the study of these languages through selection and membership and the wearing of their corresponding cords at graduation. There are opportunities for members to lead, organize and participate in community service. Members may serve as officers directing the initiation ceremony and/or leading other chapter events.


The mission of HS Robotics is to create a supportive STEM environment within our arts school and the local community, where we will be able to engage in gracious professionalism, participate with cooperation, maintain a growth mindset, and gain knowledge about engineering, programming, and problem solving.


The mission of Mock Trial is to teach students about the judicial system.


The mission of Model United Nations is to educate students in diplomacy and world politics.


The mission of Mu Alpha Theta is to cultivate and explore student enthusiasm for mathematics.


The mission of ASA’s Athenian Chapter of the National honor Society is to recognize and foster enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote the development of strong character, to encourage positive leadership, and to cultivate responsible citizenship through service to ASA and the larger community. 


This year we’re aiming to enrich the lives of our community and the Phoenix community by using Theatre as a powerful outreach tool. We will provide free workshops, volunteer services, and gifted resources to schools with diminished arts programming. We will provide continuous support to ASA’s coalition as we plan to play a major part of ASA’s equity initiative. We will foster strong alliances with other clubs by providing an extra arm of advertisement and man power.  We will maintain high Thespian Honor Society standards by representing ASA in the region through excellence in Theatre practice standards at local Thespian festivals. We will aim to maintain the earned title of Gold Troupe. 


The Tri-M® Music Honor Society is the international music honor society for high school students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and inspire other students to excel at music and leadership.


The mission of Yearbook is to highlight the greatness of ASA.