Involvement in student government, clubs and organizations is a great way to develop and sharpen leadership skills. Discover new interests. Make new friends. Add depth to your overall learning experience. And form connections that you’ll value well beyond your years at PBA. Clubs are moderated through the Student Activities, Involvement and Leadership Office. And if you have an interest that doesn’t have club representation, you’ll be able to start one up yourself. For more information, contact Student Government Association (SGA).
Promotes improvisational talents and humorous entertainment; auditions required.
Providing a relevant marketing experience for the students of Palm Beach Atlantic.
Continued extracurricular study of art forms that aren't addressed in class. To unite PBA students with art culture, and service the community.
The Microfinance club exists to aid in the mission to end extreme poverty through microlending while simultaneously inform PBA students about loan generation and other financial operations.
Uplift and educate minority students to be confident in their personal and global endeavors.
An international collegiate service organization that is a service leadership program of Kiwanis International.
The Socratic Club seeks to enhance the intellectual environment on campus at PBA, promote solidarity among honors students of all grade levels, provide opportunities for dialectic and contemplative interactions, spread laughter, and cultivate an atmosphere of faith-based fellowship for Christian Philosophers.
To provide PBA students with the opportunity to learn about investing and hear from local business leaders. Participants will learn the basics of investing and be able to learn from managing the simulated portfolio.
A women’s Christian service club.
To bring about a delight in mathematics and to deepen our understanding of it.
Creating and providing Christian comedy for our PBA community.
The NHSDA recognizes students with outstanding artistic merit and academic achievement whilst advancing dancing as a field of education.
Unify students pursuing a career in law and provide information and aid in that pursuit.
To initiate meaningful relationships and spur intellectual conversations and activities regarding psychology.
To aspire to advance the public relations profession by developing ethically responsible pre-professionals who champion diversity, strive for an outstanding education and advocate for the profession.
To support the scientific curiosity of students in various ways.
If you’re ready to learn more about student government, clubs and organizations contact PBA’s Student Government today!
The Student Activities, Involvement and Leadership Office is located on the second floor of the Lassiter Student Center and will be able to answer any questions you may have.