Clubs and Activities
Dr. Anne Anderson High School offers a wide variety of student clubs, extracurricular programs, and student activities. These opportunities are cross-graded and voluntary. Extracurricular opportunities provide students with enriched educational experiences to enhance learning. Our students explore diverse interests, make new friends, and discover new passions through our numerous student clubs. Additionally, school activities take place throughout the year so we stay connected as a community, build a positive school culture, and generate school spirit.
Students have the opportunity to see all that Dr. Anne Anderson High School has to offer during our “Club Connect” where different members showcase their clubs and recruit new members. A full list of clubs and school-wide activities will be shared on the Daily Howl.
Offerings depend upon students’ and faculty’s varying talents, interests and availability. If you are interested in forming a new club, we welcome it - let us know and we’ll help you find a teacher sponsor.
Our school offers a wide variety of student clubs and extracurricular programs. If you are interested in forming a new club, we welcome the opportunity to dream, plan, and make your ideas reality!
Current clubs include:
- Art studio drop-in
- Book Club
- Community Helpers
- Creative Writing
- Culinary Team
- Cultures of Consent Team
- Fitness Club
- Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
- Humanities Support
- Library Helpers
- Math Club
- Model United Nations (HSMUN)
- Muslim Students Association (MSA)
- Yearbook Committee
- Youth Focus Groups
Dr. Anne Anderson students participate and succeed in a range of academic competitions and tournaments, including:
- Alberta High School Mathematics Competition
- APEGA Science Olympics
- Canadian Mathematics League
- Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge
- Cayley, Fermat and Euclid mathematics contests
- CEMC Waterloo Team Mathematics Competition
- DX.org design competition
- Iverson Computing Science Competition
- Science Olympics
- Skills Canada
- University of Alberta’s High School Model United Nations