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ASTI students have founded a variety of clubs and organizations that reflect a diverse range of interests.  Clubs and organizations are overseen by the Associated Student Body (ASB) in partnership with the Leadership Class.  Any student can form a club or organization at any time, provided they have obtained a faculty sponsor and drafted a constitution.

ASTI Green Club ASTI green club is committed to the environment through education and direct action. We actively maintain our own vegetable garden and orchard.   Green Club Facebook Page ContactTodd Higashi 
Alameda AZtechs (Robotics Team)    

Formed in 2011-12, the ASTI robotics team

has now found a larger build site and

moved to Wood Middle School. ASTI

students still participate in AZTechs

building at WMS and competitions

around the Bay Area. 

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST)  Contact Alameda Aztechs
Cultural Arts Club                          
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) 

Gay-Straight Alliance's mission is to

educate and spread awareness to

parents, teachers, and students, about

the LGBTQ community and the issues

we face to make the school a safe for


QSA Page   

a part of Interact District 5170, Interact

is a service club that inspires youth to

respond to community and international

projects such as providing water filters

and solar cookers for people in third

world countries. Interact also hosts

multiple leadership retreats for students

to improve their leadership qualities

and learn about ways to better the world.

Interact-Rotary  Twice at month at lunch in Ms. Pengelly's Room (Room 2) 
Performing Arts Club       
Red Cross Club

ASTI's Red Cross Club engages

students in volunteer opportunities

to allow them to learn the importance

of helping others. The club empowers

youth to respond to the community's

needs through activities like gift

wrapping at South shore, fundraising

for Nothing But Nets, and making

holiday cards for senior citizens.  

American Red Cross School Clubs  Once a month a lunch in Ms. Campbell's room (Room 6) 
STEM Club 

STEM Club fosters interest in

STEM-related fields through

inviting speakers, providing advice, and participating in volunteering opportunities. 

  Every other Wednesday at lunch in Ms. McCoy's room (room 4)