Social Justice

Activism Club
The Phoenixville Activism Club is a group of students devoted to increasing political participation in our school and educating ourselves about current events. Throughout the year, we work on activism projects within the school and community, hold debates about current events and political issues, and meet with local political leaders. We encourage students of all political ideologies and levels of experience to join at any point in the year. Contact Ms. Bicker for more information, or follow us on Instagram at @phoenixvilleactivism.

Asian Student Association
Asian Student Association is a club whose goals are to promote cultural awareness, encourage solidarity at PAHS, and create a sense of community and belonging. An important priority of the club is to provide a platform for students to speak out on social issues and uplift the Asian community. In addition, ASA aims to celebrate the richness of Asian cultures through celebrating important events and occasions, taking field trips, encouraging cultural exchange, and sharing cultural experiences such as foods, languages, and art. The club is open to everyone looking to embrace Phoenixville’s diversity and share Asian culture. Advisor: Ginger Gow-Carnes

Gender & Sexuality Alliance
The PAHS Gender and Sexuality Alliance is a club devoted to providing a welcoming space for community building and social interaction with a focus on freedom of gender and sexual orientation. Each year the club undertakes projects designed to educate the student body and improve the culture of PAHS. Anyone interested in promoting the acceptance of all PAHS students can join the GSA. Email Mr. Zittel for more information.

HOPE stands for Humans of Phoenixville Empowered. The mission/objective of HOPE is as follows:  to allow for equal discourse amongst students who care deeply about promoting diversity at PAHS; to engage the community in discussions regarding cultural diversity, identity, access, representation, and school climate; and to identify, plan, and implement projects that address cultural climate improvement at PAHS. HOPE is open to all students who are passionate about issues concerning diversity, equity, and acceptance. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Lewis or Mrs. Lees.

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