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Essex Aggie offers plenty of opportunities for students to get involved. Your after-school experiences enrich your high school experience, and help to broaden your social circle.
Aggie Awareness Club – This group is a forum of support for every sort of diversity, including but not limited to gender and sexual orientation issues. Aggie Awareness sponsors social activities as well as forums to education the school community about the importance of tolerance and diversity.
Advisor: Ms. Kimani & Ms. Plante
Art Club – Established in 1999, the Art Club is open to all students. No art training or background is necessary. All you needs is a desire to be creative, make new friends, and express yourself with paint, clay, sand, found beach objects from Cape Cod beaches, wood, chalk, sculpture material, photography, tye-die ink, Japanese Sumi ink, charcoal, and other unique art supplies. All are welcome. See Mr. Feeney, the Art Club Faculty Advisor, if you have questions.
Advisor: Mr. Feeney
Cinema Club – The Essex Aggie Cinema Club is were students join together to view iconic films from the past and present. Screenings are done on a large whiteboard with an advanced sound system. We discuss films, hold an annual Oscar event, and share the common idea that one’s imagination and sense of wonder is sparked by the world portrayed on film. In the past we have shown silent films, black and white films, acclaimed films, animation, documentary films, the featured work of certains artist’s, and brought forgotten films light. No film experience is necessary. All are welcome to attend. See Mr. Feeney, Cinema Club Advisor, if you have questions.
Advisor: Mr. Feeney
Drama Club – Open to all students and led by an Emerson College drama graduate, the Drama Club’s focus is to promote the creative and artistic. All sorts of dramatic activities, from improv to school productions, happen in this club. The Drama Club performs both a Fall and a Spring production.
Advisors: Ms. Theriault & Ms. Richardson
Environmental Action (SEA) – This club’s goal is to put into action environmental/green practices such as plastics recycling on campus, Merrimack River clean-up, and MA Envirothon (http://www.maenvirothon.org)
Advisor: Mr. Sherman
Equestrian Club – This club offers opportunities to learn and sharpen horseback riding skills and increase working knopwledge of equine care.
Advisors: Ms. Lara-Russack (Advanced) & Ms. Corson (Beginners).
Natural Health and Wellness Club – This group works to promote a healthy, harmonious, substance-free student community through educational campaigns and various school activities, and to foster a sense of caring by helping out during local and global emergencies.
Advisors: Mrs. Cyr
Tech Club – Whether it’s building a computer, creating games, blogging, or working on web design, this club is all about sharpening your computer skills in a hands-on and fun way.
Advisor: Mr. Pellegrino.
Yearbook – This after school activity is offered to any student interested in being on the yearbook staff. At weekly meetings, students actively participate in the planning, designing, and decision-making involved in editing a yearbook. Up-to-date computer technology, including digital photography, is used in the layout of the book.
Advisor: Ms. Plante