Sequoit Pride, ACHS Booster Club

Sequoit Pride is the Antioch Community High School (Illinois) parent booster club. We have no paid staff; we are 100% volunteer driven. We raise tens of thousands of dollars every year to support programs and co‑curricular opportunities for ACHS students that would otherwise go unfunded. We also encourage school spirit and pride, promote involvement of parents and the community, and demonstrate appreciation for staff at ACHS on behalf of all parents. Rather than focus on one team or department, we support ALL students and staff — from academics and athletics to arts and activities.

Over $41,000 Donated in October 2016

Do you wonder where the money goes? Sequoit Pride recently donated more than $41,000 to ACHS to fund more than two dozen diverse student opportunities. Learn more.

$4,500+ Raised at 5K Fun Run/Walk
presented by Raymond Auto Group

Despite many unexpected surprises, participants had healthy fun while collaborating to raise $4,590.40 for our Sequoits. Learn more.

Custom Yard Signs Available
for Any ACHS Team, Club, or Activity

Sequoit Pride offers yard signs for all ACHS activities and sports. Show your pride with a customized yard sign! Your sign can be personalized with a last name, number, and activity/sport name. Learn more.

Shop Sequoit Spirit Wear
Online or In-Person

Visit our store in person or online for Sequoit clothing, accessories, school supplies, snacks, and more. Gift cards available! Can't make it during the lunch hour? We'll open the store for your own personal shopping spree. Learn more.

Volunteer Opportunities

Can you... brainstorm with us... donate food... pick up donations... operate a cash register... help coordinate an event... publicize our programs... connect us with vendors we seek... suggest a new idea... greet people... etc? Whatever skill or interest you have, we probably need it! Learn more.

Pathway of Excellence

The Pathway of Excellence leads to the American flag at the front entrance of ACHS. Commemorate special memories with a brick paver in the Pathway! Learn more.

Family Dining Nights

On Family Dining Night, local businesses donate a portion of your purchase to Sequoit Pride while you get to take a night off from cooking. All you have to do is present our flyer at time of payment! Learn more.

Become a Sequoit Pride Member Today

When you support ACHS with a Sequoit Pride SuperFan membership, you get decals, seat cushions, your family name on the Booster Banner, and free admission to District 117 activities! Learn more.

Sequoit Pride on Route 173 Water Tower

We painted our message on a water tower... legally! Learn more.

The Main Event Dinner-Auction-Concert

Thank you everyone who attended and bid so generously at The Main Event! Early numbers suggest we raised at least $14,000 for your ACHS Sequoits. Learn more.

Raymond Auto Group Donates $50,000 to Sequoit Pride

Sequoit Pride is excited to announce our largest donation ever. Raymond Chevy Kia has agreed to donate $50,000 to our nonprofit booster club! Learn more.

Next Meeting
Wednesday November 2, 2016
at 7:00pm
in the ACHS ILC (library)
meetings are open to the public!
Get Involved!

Want to know a secret? Volunteering is fun! Volunteers enjoy a satisfying feeling when helping others, they meet new people, and it doesn't take long. Every bit helps the students of Antioch Community High School!

3 Ways to Help
  1. TIME: An hour or two of your time would help us move mountains! We need help on specific days for specific tasks.
  2. FOOD: If your schedule doesn’t allow you to donate time, perhaps you can provide food for students and staff at our events?
  3. MONEY: If time is tight and cooking is not your thing, you can still help ACHS. A tax-deductible donation to Sequoit Pride can help us buy food and supplies for events and education. Become a member, or make a donation by bringing your check (payable to Sequoit Pride) to the ACHS office any time.
Sequoit Pride Thanks...

...our 2016-2017 members! the Penn family, the Burbridge family, the Toman/Schulz family, the Weber family, the Glassman family, the Milliken family, the Tate family, the Merrill family, the Weber family, the Frasch family, the Dordick family, the Fries family, the Wolf family, the Redd family, the Gunther family, the J. Sanchez family, the Forgie family, the Bukowy family, the Johnson family, the Oslage family, the Pokorny family, the Vilardi family, the Iman family, the Nauman family, the McKay family, the McKillips family, the Torres family, the Chamberlin family, the Weiser family, the Meisinger family, the Barbarise family, the Galante family, the Pagni family, the Olsen family, the Scheider family, the Bucci family, the Jones family, the Humann family, the Neumann family, the Goodman family, the Williams family, the Ruminski family, the Leitza family, the Carpenter family, the Gillespie family, the Svarc family, the Young family, the Altman family, the Rizzo family, the Piper family, the Barton family, the Moote family, the Oakes family, the Winkler family, the Harris family, the Maggio family, the Moll family, the Ticsay family, the Whittall family, the Tebbe family, the Weber family, the Wilson family, the Grindley family, the Kaiser family, the Linck family, the Frieson family, the Eldridge family, the Cluskey-Meza family, the Smith family, the DeVaughn family, the Nobiling family, the Salmi family, the BLT Fishers family, the Utinans family, the Burton family, the Wolf family, the Dvoratchek family, the Gardner family, the Speich family, the Price family, the Gaylord family, the Rapp family, the Scharrer family, the O'Hara family, the Greene family, the DeJong family, the Lind family, the McCormick family, the Paul family, the Runyard family, the Willis family, the Clifton family, the Tiedemann/Mathis family, the Conway family, the Hanenberger family, the Madigan family, the Redmond family, the Bohn family.