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Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

Please see below for a list of after school activities on offer
 
If any students would like to inquire about additional clubs that are currently not offered, please contact Mr. Huynh.
 
 
All Grades
Musical Theater
3rd grade - 10th grade
Contact the club organizer for more details and how to join:

Message from Club Organizer:

"Musical Theater is a program currently serving over 100 students at SJVA. We offer programs to students in 3rd-12th grade. We put on one elementary musical and one 6th-12th grade musical per semester. Rehearsals vary depending on the age group. Please contact Ms. Petersen if you are interested in joining for our Fall 2022 musicals!"

 
 
Elementary

Lego Club

1st grade - 5th grade

Every Wednesday after school

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This is an exciting opportunity for our Lego loving students to have some fun and collaborate with others after school!  Students have an opportunity to enter Lego competitions throughout the semester and show off their designs!   This club meets once per week for 90 minutes and applications are accepted prior to the start of the semester. 

Art Internship

1st grade - 5th grade

Contact the club organizer for more details and how to join:

Elementary students have the unique opportunity to participate in an art internship after school!  Interns assist with set designs for our theater productions, create artwork for our exhibitions, and assist with designing school murals.  This internship is limited to 15 students per year and is open for applications in August. 

 
 
Middle and High School

Secondary Tutoring

6th grade - 12th grade

Every weekday after school

Contact the intervention coordinators for questions about tutoring:

The tutors at SJVA help create an environment that supports all students at their varying stages of academic growth and achievement. Our tutors are great at connecting with students and adapting to their learning styles. The intervention coordinators help facilitate relationships between tutors, teachers and students to ensure that their assistance is most effective. 

 

Wolfpack Report Newsletter
Middle School
Contact the club organizer for more details and how join:

Middle School Newsletter Club will meet on Wednesdays and Fridays during lunch in room 37.  Students work together to cover current and future school related activities to help students get involved and keep up to date on what’s happening in middle school. This club is dedicated to getting a bi-weekly digital newsletter out to all middle school students and teachers!

Aviation Club
6th grade - 8th grade
Thursday 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Contact the club organizer for more details and how to join:
 
Aviation Club focuses on the many aspects of aviation and serves to inspire and exposure students to pursue post-secondary education and careers in the field of aviation.  Students will learn about the principles of flight and aviation knowledge related to piloting, use X-Plane and Prepar3D Flight simulators to design and fly airplanes, practice flying RC airplanes on a RealFlight flight simulator, build model aircraft, and fly and maintain remote control airplanes. The club serves to inspire and expose students to the many aspects of aviation.
 
High School Christian Club (B.A.S.I.C)
9th grade - 12th grade
Last Thursday of the month 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Contact the club organizer for more details and how to join:
Happy Crocheting Club
6th grade - 12th grade
We have the Happy Crocheting Club meets on Tuesdays from 3:20-4:20. Students are given an opportunity to explore a fun and interactive hobby where students will learn some basic crocheting skills. Each week, Angelina Dominguez and Xavier Aquino teach the students a new technique via tutorial video posted on google classroom and a live demonstration. Members will practice the skills and then crochet a simple project to share with the club members.
Please contact the club organizer for more details.

Archery Club

6th grade - 12th grade

Archery club takes places Monday - Thursday after school from 3:30 to 4:30. Archery provides an amazing opportunity for students who want to learn and develop a new life skill. For students that already have the basic fundamentals of archery mastered, they will have the opportunity to enter competition with other schools and organizations. The archery club will be introduced to the exciting world of 3D target archery. This evolves into hiking on trails to finds 3D targets at various ranges. Anyone who is interested that are 6th grade and up are welcome to join in learning the life long skill of archery.
Please contact the club organizer for more details.
IB Club
9th grade - 12th grade
My club meets every Friday in room 46 during lunch. High School only.  
IB Club meets every other Tuesday in Room 46 during lunch.
Please contact the club organizer for more details.
Most recent meetings slides can be found here.
Solar Cup Club
7th grade - 12th grade
Tuesdays @ 3:30pm and Thursdays @ 4pm in room 52
Message from Club organizers:
"Solar Cup utilizes robotics, CAD, electronics, and solar power to create public service projects such as: water-saving robotic devices, a solar-powered boat, and zero-emission model vehicles. Students work in teams to learn engineering, physics, and compete against different schools."
Green Thumb Club (Gardening Club)
9th grade - 12th grade
Wednesdays during lunch in room 52
Message from Club organizers:
"Green Thumb Club (Gardening Club) is open to any and all students (and teachers) who are interested in growing plants. This is an opportunity to transform on-campus garden beds, plant what we wish to see growing, and take home our harvest. This will take planning, research, time, and labor. Hands will get dirty!"
 
 
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
9th through 12th grade
Fridays at 3:00 pm in Room 41
The core of this club is about providing support for members of the LGBTQ+ community. It also focused on educating others, activism, and creating a community of allies in the school culture.