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High School Clubs

Supervised by: Ardita Berisha                                                                           

Club Description: A board game involves counters or pieces moved or placed on a pre-marked surface or “board”, according to a set of rules. Many people don’t know how to entertain themselves without the help of electronics or social media. This club is open to any student who wants to spend some relaxing time playing a game and enjoying the company of fellow students. Students play games such as Uno, Monopoly, Cards,  Ludo and various board and card games. 

Supervised by: Sihana Salihu                                                                             

Club Description: Charity Club is a group of students set up to provide help, money, clothes, toys and any other giving material to children without parental care. It includes a variety of income-generating activities such as bake sales, operating the snack bar, selling books, DIY activities, selling drinks while parental meetings and many other activities. This work generates a sense of responsibility and compassion for the less privileged and focuses on volunteering work. All money earned is sent directly to SOS Children’s Village while paying them visits for a very personal relation between the givers and receivers.

Supervised by: Ahmet Ajdini 

Club Description: Chess is the classic game that develops spatial thinking and strategies and builds concentration. This club is geared for all (students) levels of chess players. Beginners learn basic game rules and opening tactic moves. Intermediate and advanced players learn sophisticated combinations and strategies and advanced opening moves. Students have lots of fun and entertainment. In the end, a tournament is held for those who want to participate. 

Supervised by: Blerta Selimaj                                                                              Club Description: Are you an experienced crafter looking for a friendly group to join – or maybe you have decided that you would like to learn a new handcraft? The Handmade Crafts Club meets twice a week to work on their own projects, group projects, or share their knowledge and skills with each other.

  • Crafting encourages us to think, learn and create in new and innovative ways.  
  • Handmade is stimulating to the brain, delivers greater cognitive development and can improve levels of achievement across all subjects.
  • Crafting can help boost confidence as people learn new skills and ways of expressing themselves.

Supervised by: Bjonda Bajçinovci                                                                     

Club Description: Book Club is an excellent way to allow students to discuss books in an informal setting, without the pressure of getting a grade. Students can enjoy the  community-building experience by meeting their peers, reading, discussing books together, visiting libraries, and reading to the little kids. 

Supervised by: Vala Sylejmani                                                                            

Club Description: In this club you will explore all things including the history of the LEGO company, great LEGO builds, LEGO land, LEGO careers, LEGO educational uses, and much more! Through games, fun challenges, and interactive activities, you`ll be able to share and show off your amazing creations with a new LEGO challenge during each club meeting. 

Supervised by: Almenda Gashi Terziu 

Club Description: The club effectively functions as a film review. Members of the club will have a selection of particular films from a range of genres, they will cast a vote toward one and after it is chosen and screened we will discuss the different stylistic elements. The discourse will function similarly to that of Literature analysis whereby we look at character development, plot, and overall narrative. There is also perhaps room to work with the respective ‘Book Club’ in the department so as to have certain films coincide with the material they are simultaneously working on.

Supervised by: Din Havolli                                                                                  

Club Description: A Student Senate is a representative structure for students only, through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff, and parents for the benefit of the school and its students.

Supervised by: Dren Terziqi                                                                               

Club Description: Watch Anime movies/series, and/or visual entertainment and review the meaning of the art work. Students do interactive-competitive games based on the reviewed work, create short anime clips; analyze the philosophy behind each anime watched and write essays on the meaning of them. Skills: Critical thinking, appreciating the Asian art of storytelling, analyzing philosophical meanings.

Supervised by: Yllza Pista                                                                                 

Club Description: Dancing is a way to stay fit and it has a wide range of physical and mental benefits. Currently, students practice modern dance. The club’s aim is to keep children actively engaged, and flexible so their mind can get relaxed too.

Supervised by: Shpend Juniku 

Club Description: Football Analysis Club analyzes football results, formations, transfers in Europe Top Five Leagues, and MLS.  Students will have the possibility to cheer for their favourite team and defend their activity on either transfer market, results or formations. Also when the weather allows, students can go outside and play football by formations they’ve made earlier. Electronic games, related to the football can also be played during the club time. 

Supervised by: Zoge Shala 

Club Description: Girl Talk is a club where young women, whom are growing and evolving, have a safe space to talk about issues that matter or concerns them. It also gives them the opportunity to meet other young women of their age or different, whom are multicultural, have unique mentalities which overall gives them the opportunity to have a growth mindset and memorable  experiences.

Supervised by: Jetmir Haziri & Ardita Osmanaj                                       

Club Description: Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extracurricular activity in which students typically role play as delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. This activity takes place at MUN conferences, which are usually organized by a high school or college MUN club. At the end of most conferences, outstanding delegates in each committee are recognized and given an award certificate. Thousands of middle school, high school, and college students across the country and around the world participate in Model United Nations, which involves substantial research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.

Supervised by: Mirjeta Zymeri   

Club Description: The Random Acts of Kindness Club aims to help create a better school climate by spreading awareness and increasing engagement in kind actions.  Come and be a part of the Movement!

The Random Acts of Kindness Club is a place where students promote kindness through simple acts. If you have any stories of acts of kindness, feel free to share during club meetings.

Supervised by: Blerona Zymberi                                                                      

Club Description: The Student Recognition Club encourages and recognizes the effort, work, and activities done on ASK. SRC aims to create different interactive, entertaining, and educational activities, through the engagement of students, ASK Staff and Faculty. This club promotes students who are passionate about leadership, art design, expressive art, fashion, video making and editing, filming, public speeches, entertainment, event organization, etc.