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Cultural Clubs


AAA Officers

Asian-American Association

The Asian-American Association (AAA) is a group of students committed to creating a support system for each and every Asian-American student at Seattle Prep through cultural promotion, service, and discussion; and spreading awareness and enriching the environment at Seattle Prep by bringing Asian culture to the wider Seattle Prep community.

Jordan Alcantara '10 is the Assistant to the Principal at Seattle Prep and serves as the moderator of the Asian American Association. She served for three years on the executive board of the Filipino American Student Union at Gonzaga University and loves celebrating and sharing the diverse Asian cultures of Prep students and the local community.

Contact: jalcantara@seaprep.org.


BSU Officers: Nailah Patrick (President), Taryn Frank-Looney (VP).

Black Student Union

The Seattle Prep Black Student Union (BSU) serves as an advocacy organization for African-American students. The group actively supports students emotionally and academically while participating in functions on and off campus that enrich and enlighten the journey of African-American students.

Deino Scott '74 the is the moderator of the BSU and has been teaching and coaching at Seattle Prep for 17 years. He is beginning his third year as Prep's Diversity Director.

Contact: dscott@seaprep.org


Latin@ Officers: Andrea Talty, Alondra Orozco-Gonzalez, Shane Mullins, Julia Ribas, Nathan Jensen.

Latin@ Club

The Latin@ Club is a group of students who both identify as Latino/a and those who are interested in being a part of a welcoming community. Latin@ Club strives to provide opportunities to get involved in the greater Latino community as well as in the Seattle Prep community. The Latino Club meets regularly and gives students a place to voice their opinions and perspectives as well has have fun interacting in a safe social setting with their peers.

Ms. Tordillos has been the moderator of Latino Club for the past two years.

Contact: ktordillos@seaprep.org