Activities & Clubs

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Academic Team

Students compete in the winter SWC League, at the BGSU Firelands Holiday Tournament, in the WEOL Lorain County Academic Competition, and in the AUK computer competitions.


Contact Mr. Lowe, room 126.

Art Club

Contact Mr. Trunzo, room 403.

Chess Club


The purpose of EcoLeague is to:
• increase student awareness of environmental issues and give them the ability to make a change;
• educate others in their responsibilities of improving their recycling habits;
• provide opportunities for students to become directly involved in a variety of projects relating to the environment;
• promote environmental awareness.
Contact Mrs. DeLeon, room 511.

F.I.R.S.T Robotics Team

Amherst Robotics Team 2632 competes in the FIRST Robotics Regional Competition in the Spring each year. Contact Doug Holly.

French Club

The French Club meets every Friday from 7:00am to 7:20am in room 135. All students are welcome; no need to have any prior knowledge of the French language. The club promotes interest in French culture. Contact Mrs. Gorodea.

Gamers Club

Contact Mr. Rubinski, room 134.

Leo Club

Contact Mrs. Bruder, room 320.

National Honor Society

Contact Ms. Breunig, room 211.


PRIDE Club Website - An organization of students and teachers teaching tolerance and acceptance in our schools and community. Contact Ms. Miller.

Snow Sports Club

Amherst Snow Sports Club was an organization formed so students in grades 5-12 interested in winter sports would have an opportunity to be properly instructed in skiing and snowboarding. Contact Mr. Malakar, room 510.

Speech & Drama Club

Contact Mrs. Farschman.

Student Council

Elected representatives of each class who take a leadership role in planning school activities and representing student interests. Student council meets every Wednesday morning at 7:00am in the Media Center. Contact Mr. Marty.

The Record

Contact Mr. Lowe, room 126.

Video Club

Contact Mr. Lowrie, room 318.