Kindergarten-5th grade. Practice at Altair Park. Sign up here.
February 27th-April 24th. 4:00-5:30 pm. $195. 1st-5th graders. Sign up here.
Spring Chess Wizards
March 29th - May 17th. 8 classes for $168. Sign up here.
2nd Grade Brownies
Calling all 2nd Grade Girls! Girl Scout Brownie Troop 68078 out of SkyView has room for more scouts! We meet every other Thursday* starting 9/15 at SkyView in Mrs. Challis’ room from 4-5 pm. Girls can go straight to our troop meetings from BASE or after carline. Text Lauren Bostrom to join or with questions: 303.968.9800
Girls and Boys Cub Scouts
Grades K-5th. Informational Carnival: August 28th, 1:00 - 3:00 pm at St. Andrews UMC. Learn more about Cub Scouts in this Pack 870 brochure and at http://pack870.us
Girls and Boys Scouts, BSA
Grades 6th-12th. Learn about Troop 870 at https://www.troop870.org/. Learn about other local Troop, Crew, and Ship units at the Red Carpet Event on September 8th, 6:30- 8:30 pm at St. Andrews UMC. More info at https://www.denverboyscouts.org
3rd Grade Brownies
We are accepting new girls! We meet every other Friday afternoon from 4-5:00. Our first meeting will be Friday, September 16. Cost is $25 to register with Girl Scouts of Colorado and $30 yearly dues. Contact Amy Oeffling or Tiffany Pegues for more information.
Little Master Builders LEGO Club
K-5th Grade Students. February 7th - April 4th. $200 for all 8 sessions. More information here.
More will be added soon...
STEMblazers is Now Open for Registration: 8th - 12 graders
STEMblazers work toward equal representation in the STEM workforce. Douglas County's only chapter of this career-focused student group meets at SkyView Academy on Monday afternoons. The chapter is now open to students from 8th through 12th grade and registration is live. If your student would like to apply for a scholarship to cover your registration fee, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form. Sign up here.
More added soon...
The choir club is for students who want to explore more singing opportunities and more difficult music. Depending on the time of year, we will explore different genres of music and sing at choir concerts. Contact Mrs. Schnell for more details.
Cornhole Club is an engaging, fun interest club for anyone interested in learning about the popular sport of cornhole or sharing their passion for this game. Members of this club come together to engage in friendly competition and socialize. Whether you're a seasoned player or just starting out, a cornhole interest club is a great way to connect with others who share your love of this exciting and addictive game. Contact Mr. Coutu for more information.
Strength and Conditioning Club-Prerequisite: Passed the Strength and Conditioning Class at SVAStrength Club is intended to give students who have completed the Strength and Conditioning course a means of continuing the program learned during class. Strength Club is also an opportunity for students to try new ideas and movements if they wish. Serious work is expected, and all members of Strength Club must be working with a program. Lifting for strength with a barbell is a life skill. Join the club to continue building a strong life! Contact Mr. Ramsey with questions.
STEMblazers is Now Open for Registration: 8th - 12 graders
STEMblazers work toward equal representation in the STEM workforce. Douglas County's only chapter of this career-focused student group meets at SkyView Academy on Monday afternoons. The chapter is now open to 8th through 12th grade students, and registration is live. If your student would like to apply for a scholarship to cover your registration fee, please e-mail email@example.com for an application form. Sign up here.
Swifties club is a place for Taylor Swift lovers at SVA. We will express our love by analyzing her best work (all of it), looking at her eras, albums, best performances, etc. Contact Ms. Stewart for more information.
Table Top Club
Club to play board games and card games with a consistent group of people. Also, learn to play and enjoy new games. Contact Mr. Brackney for more information.
Design and Engineering Club
Students will meet to work on individual group competitions and full-club projects. Members will build their critical thinking skills, teamwork, and creative abilities through restrictions and specific limitations/modifications. Members will also use 3D or 2D designing tools to plan and design their creations, conceptually or before building or 3D printing. Contact Mrs. Christensen for more information.
A co-ed volleyball club where anyone can come and learn about and play the sport. Contact Mrs. Dove for more information.
This club’s purpose is to build community within the school. It is not exclusive to anyone, and everyone is welcome. We will be doing Bible Study and fun activities. Contact Mrs. Dove for more information.
Junior Classical League
An SVA chapter of the Junior Classical League with additional Colorado Junior Classical League membership. Contact Mr. Liska for more information.
This club aims to be a way for people to band around a hobby, encourage friendly competition, teach people new card games such as BlackJack and give opportunities to learn counting cards. Contact Mrs. Touhey for more information.
The Cheesy Games Club
Eat cheese. Play games. Contact Mrs. Lui for more information.
Spanish Conversation and Culture
The club will meet 1-2 times per week to practice oral, more casual, and friendly Spanish. The goal is to speak the entire meeting in Spanish only with minimal conversation prompts. 2-3 times per month, there will also be a culture day learning about specific Spanish-speaking countries and regions. Contact Mrs. Lui for more information.
S.B.O.P. (SkyView Bureau of Psychology)
This club will focus on organizing psychology-themed events each month and encourage service learning opportunities with a psychology focus. Open to all, this club will be an inclusive space for people interested in and passionate about psychology! Contact Mrs. Schuman for more information.
Debate Club, O’Connor Ambassadors
The O'Connor Ambassadors Civics & Debate Club for 9th through 12th-grade high school students promote civil discourse, civics education, and civic engagement. Leaders in the making, O'Connor Ambassadors set examples and encourage their peers to be active participants in our democracy. Contact Stephanie Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org (parent sponsor) for more information.
The Anti-Gravity Club
The main purpose of this group is to introduce students to the world of rocketry. This club will also teach students real-world examples of the techniques and materials used in this field. The club will also grant the members of the club to launch their rockets and get excited about a massive industry. Contact Mrs. Twehues for more information.
Reading Buddies gives high school students the opportunity to read to our preschool friends. It helps to build a strong PK-12 relationship, promotes literacy and reading engagement, and lasting, positive connections. High school students will receive 1 hour of community service each time they participate. Contact Mrs. Drazek for more information.
Literary Magazine Club: The Write Way
This club allows high school students to learn to edit, peer review, and help publish student work for high school. Additionally, members of the club helped design the website and learn to continue this magazine for years to come. Contact Ms. Alderton for more information.
6161 Business Center Drive
Highlands Ranch, CO 80130