In Yearbook Club, we design the ACC Yearbook. Assisted by teachers, students use an online computer program to create pages, and are also primarily responsible for taking the pictures that will end up in the yearbook. Our main goals are to capture the atmosphere of ACC and include every student's picture in the book. Yearbook club will help reinforce writing and social skills. It requires a great deal of writing and time, but it is a great experience.

The prom is a very exciting event. The prom committee organizes and delegates  to ensure successful prom planning. Decisions like: choosing the date, location, and theme of the prom are important to make as a team. With a variety of talents the Prom Committee decorates, plans and organizes this yearly event for ACC students. It is always a night to remember.

Students in the debate club learn debate policy, attend tournaments, have fun, and eat good food. Students who love a challenge, love to argue, would like the opportunity to receive college scholarships and want to bring up their grades are great candidates for the debate team!

In this club students design and build a robot to successfully compete in tournaments with other schools; learn and practice valuable skills, including: mechanical and electrical engineering/design, computer programming, project management, teamwork, use of tools to make things. ACC Robotics has qualified for the state championship two years in a row - 2017-18 and 2018-19!

Students run the Gender Sexuality Alliance at ACC. GSA brings together LGBTQI+ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform to fight for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and social justice. The club is open to all who enjoy being social, supporting each other and connecting through social justice.

Student Council
Students are the voice for the students for positive ideas for ACC. Students serve to fully represent the ACC student body in the areas of developing school spirit by planning various social events, fundraising, and student/faculty communication. Students work to promote of excellence, ethics, progress, and values within both the school and throughout the community.  Students will work to make their school more fun and fair, represent their fellow students and problem solve for the betterment of ACC.

National Honor Society
A top honor which recognizes students who demonstrate the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students with a 3.0 or higher who are interested in the four pillars of NHS listed above are encouraged to apply. In this club students develop their leadership skills and work on community service projects. NHS also provides interested students with additional College admission and financial aid planning (NHS offers a special portal). NHS is also a great addition to your college application.