Student Clubs

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The Mayor’s Fitness Council (MFC) is a community-wide collaborative to reduce obesity in San Antonio. The mission of the MFC is to increase awareness and connect San Antonio residents to opportunities for improved emotional well-being, physical activity, and healthy eating. Student Ambassadors represent the Mayor’s Fitness Council by promoting and encouraging healthy living at their campus and in their communities. Each Student Ambassador implements a health-related service project at their school or in the community.
Mu Alpha Theta is a National Mathematics Honor Society dedicated to inspiring keen interest in, developing strong scholarship in, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics. Mu Alpha Theta recognizes students who enjoy and excel in mathematics and encourages students to participate in math-related events. Membership into Mu Alpha Theta is by invitation only to those who are in Algebra II or higher level math courses and maintaining an excellent GPA in mathematics. 
Moderator: Ms. Sheila Kizzart [email protected]
The National English Honor Society (NEHS) is the only international organization exclusively for high school students and faculty who merit special note for past and current accomplishments in the field of English. Members of NEHS sponsor a variety of activities throughout the year which encourage a passion for reading and writing. Membership into NEHS is by invitation only.
Moderator: Ms. Jessica Garza [email protected]
Student Ambassadors are essential members of the admissions team.  Student ambassadors represent the school to prospective students and their families. They assist with campus tours, answer questions about academics and student life, and partner with visiting students for shadow days. Student Ambassadors love STA and they aren't afraid to share their Yellow Jacket pride.

Moderators: Ms. Sheila Kizzart [email protected] and Mr. Daniel Lizarraga [email protected]
The SACHS STUCO collaborates with school administration to build community and foster school spirit through planning, coordinating, and sponsoring activities for the student body. STUCO also encourages support and appreciation for the faculty and staff. STUCO is comprised of members from each grade level to ensure full representation of the student body.  STUCO positions are elected positions; elections are held annually. 
Moderator: Mrs. Sharon Longoria [email protected]
Students assist in preparing the altar for school liturgies and serving Mass throughout the year.
Moderator: Mr. Alejandro Flores [email protected]
Music ministry is an integral part of Yellow Jacket prayer life. As musicians in the service of the Church, our Music Ministers seek to inspire students to pray through praise and worship.  Music ministers lead the weekly SongFest, participate in weekly liturgies and other community events to enhance the Catholic identity of St. Anthony Catholic High School
Moderator: Mrs. Sharon Longoria [email protected]
The purpose of this club is to organize various pro-life activities--prayer, petition circulation, and writing letters to government officials. This club strives to reinforce the culture of right to life through prayer and peaceful witness.
Moderator: Mrs. Sharon Longoria [email protected]
The main objective of Young Oblates is preserve the charism of the founders of St. Anthony Catholic High School, the Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), through charitable service to those most in need. Young Oblates seeks to form students in the Oblate values of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with the most abandoned. While all SACHS students are called to serve their community, the Young Oblates focus their service on feeding the hungry, caring for the homeless and abandoned.
Moderator: Mr. Ruben Delgadillo [email protected]
Anime Club is for anyone who loves Japanese animation.  Members come together to watch, discuss and enjoy all things anime.
Moderator: Ms. Diane Briseno [email protected]
Art Club provides an opportunity to explore and experiment with a wide variety of materials and skills including drawing, painting, and sculpture. Anyone who has an interest in art can join, regardless of experience.
Moderator: Ms. Kerrilee Crosby [email protected]
The Baking Club tries out new recipes and baking techniques. Baking Club members share their love for baking with others who are also passionate about baking. No experience needed!
Instructor: Mr. Javier Tapia [email protected]
The Yellow Jacket band is currently seeking new members.  Whether you are an experienced musician or have an interest in learning music, join the band to develop and refine your musical skills
Moderator: Ms. Sheila Kizzart [email protected]
The lost art of baton twirling is alive and thriving at SACHS.  Baton twirling is fun to learn and a unique skill to tout.  Twirlers choreograph their own routines and perform at school events.
Moderator: Mr. Jodie Stringer [email protected]
Chess Club members will learn the basics of chess, discuss tactics, and compete against other high school clubs. 
Moderator: Ms. Kerrilee Crosby [email protected]
Club members spend their club time expressing themselves through original works of poetry, prose, and short stories.  Members are encouraged to share their ideas, develop their craft and support one another in their writing styles.
Moderator: Mrs. Sharon Longoria [email protected]
Crochet Club is for students interested in learning to crochet and sharing their projects with the needy. Projects include scarves and hats. Bring a friend and join in the yarn fun!
Moderator: Ms. Kerrilee Crosby [email protected]
The Cyber Patriots Club trains and competes in information technology, cybersecurity, and professional skills competitions with the Air Force Association's CyberPatriot. Competitions include tasks such as finding and fixing security vulnerabilities while maintaining critical services and the installation and configuration of operating systems and technical computer applications. Cyber Patriots is great for anyone interested in coding; no experience is necessary.
Instructor: Mr. Javier Tapia [email protected]
Drumline is open to those interested in percussion instruments. The SACHS drumline performs at Pep Rallies and other school events.
Moderator: Mr. Ryan Oliva [email protected]
Members of the Environmental Club create awareness of environmental issues affecting the earth, with an emphasis on educating and empowering students to take an active role in making a change for the better.  

Moderator: Mr. Horzy Genao [email protected]

This club provides a safe venue so that students may interact and compete in popular, school-appropriate video games. Gaming club is a great way to meet fellow gaming enthusiasts!

Moderator: Ms. Patricia Magoon [email protected]

The German Club explores the beauty of Germany through exposure to food, traditions, holidays and language. Alle sind willkommen!

Moderator: Ms. Kyoko Gregg [email protected]

The Japanese Club explores the rich culture of Japan through exposure to food, traditions, holidays and language. 

Instructor: Col. Victor Diaz (Alamo Heights High School)
St. Anthony students participate as members of the STA/AHHS JROTC program at Alamo Heights High School.  Through the JROTC program cadets learn leadership skills, integrity, commitment and are challenges physically.  Cadets have the opportunity to participate in various JROTC teams, including marksmanship, colorguard, and physical training.  Teams compete at the local, state and national levels. For more information, contact Mrs. Sharon Longoria [email protected].
Instructor: Mr. Javier Tapia [email protected]
The St. Anthony Mariachis group enriches the lives of its members and the school community through the study and performance of traditional Mariachi music. Anyone with an interest in learning music and pasMsing on the rich culture of Mariachi music is invited to join.  The performance group performs in events all around San Antonio.
Moderator: Mrs. Nicole Dickson [email protected]The Robotics club offers students an opportunity to build and program robots using VEX robotics pieces and RobotC programming software. An annual competition allow students to test their robots and compete against other clubs from around the region. If you like building, inventing, or want to learn to program, this is the club for you!