An integral part of every student’s education is not only what happens during the school day, but after school as well. Since we focus on the rounded development of the individual, we encourage all students to participate in at least one extracurricular activity. Getting involved in activities outside the classroom helps to promote a positive school spirit, motivates students and broadens opportunities for learning.
ASD offers a wide range of after school activities (ASAs) throughout the year, providing students with opportunities to learn new skills, explore areas of interest, and possibly travel and compete in a variety of athletic and academic events.
For elementary and middle school students, a list of offerings is published before the beginning of each trimester. This allow students to participate in a different activity every ten weeks.
After school activities generally take place from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
For high school students, activities include clubs like Model United Nations, Habitat for Humanity, robotics, juggling, Stinger school paper, debate, 3D art, computer programming, rock band and many more. Additionally, ASD offers many extramural and competitive sports teams. For more information, please see the links on the right.