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.

Buffalo Wild Wings Spirit Challenge

Dine with us at Buffalo Wild Wings on November 16, 2018. ACHS is facing 5 area high schools in a battle to win $3,000! 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.

Become a Sequoit Pride Member Today

When you support ACHS as a Sequoit Pride SuperFan, you get an exclusive yard sign, seat cushion, string bag, spirit items, your family name on the Booster Banner, and free admission to District 117 activities! Learn more.

Scoreboard Advertising Opportunities

Is your business interested in reaching thousands of ACHS visitors every year? Place your logo on the ACHS stadium scoreboard! Learn more.

Over $43,000 Donated in October 2017

Do you wonder where the money goes? Sequoit Pride recently donated more than $43,000 to ACHS to fund more than 30 diverse student opportunities. 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.

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.

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.

Nominate Someone to Receive the Dr. Bradford Hubbard Award

Sequoit Pride's annual "Dr. Bradford Hubbard Award" honors one teacher, counselor, coach, student, parent, volunteer, administrator, business, or organization who emulates Principal Hubbard's outstanding commitment, dedication, love, and support of the Sequoit community. Learn more.

Sequoit Pride on Route 173 Water Tower

We painted our message on a water tower... legally! 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 January 9, 2019
at 7:00pm
in the ACHS ILC (library)
meetings are open to the public!
WE THANK THESE GENEROUS SUPPORTERS
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. Donate online now or become a member!
Sequoit Pride Thanks...

...our 2018-2019 members! the Quirke family, the Piccard family, the Fleischer family, the Merrill family, the Perez family, the Meltzer family, the Howe family, the Mehring family, the Cook family, the Barrett family, the Drije family, the Tindell family, the Nauman family, the Good family, the Redd family, the Rauch/Hall family, the Selander family, the Turner family, the Deutschmann family, the Russo family, the Leitza family, the Lobodzinski family, the Herstowski family, the Flatley family, the Neumann family, the Schultz family, the Aitken family, the Edran family, the Narlock family, the Wilson family, the Correa family, the Team Greene family, the Jackson family, the Pratt family, the Ruminski family, the Berger family, the Jimenez family, the Bowles family, the Stefani family, the Crandall family, the Georgia family, the Wolf family, the Lockefeer family, the Shaffer family, the Larson family, the Dragin family, the Christenson family, the Moore family, the Hanenberger family, the Redmond family, the Echterling family, the Wolf family, the Baker family, the Thomas family, the Reband family, the Gillespie family, the Downey family, the Sy family, the Flood-Cooper family, the Young family, the Madigan family, the Moisa family, the Winkler family, the Taylor family, the Glassman family, the Gomez family, the Hughes family, the Luebke family, the Pagni family, the Sheehan family, the Torres family, the Kent family, the Mann family, the Hackeloer family, the Sheedy family, the Poulos family, the Mabus family, the Eldridge family, the Hampson family, the Anderson family, the Lind family, the Gonzalez family, the Craig family, the Russell family, the Wagner family, the Penn family, the Trusky family, the Brock family, the Vilardi family, the Day family, the VanSickle family, the Carpenter family, the Secketa family, the Henkel family, the Letkey family, the Whittall family, the Locklear family, the Webb family, the Pyles family, the Vanderwagen family, the Speich family, the Thomson family, the Listermann family, the Kasbohm family, the Lubkeman family, the Lippert family, the Carpenter family, the Saldana family, the Kaufmann family, the Weber family, the Martinez family, the Weiser family, the Tebbe family, the Eifert family, the DeVaughn family, the Gutke family, the Svarc family, the Pankau family, the Salata family, the LaCerba family, the Lane family, the Lindstrom family, the Hill family, the Bongratz family, the Olsen family, the Rosenthal family, the Rapp family, the Piper family, the Dordick/Goldstein family, the Donatelli-Jurinek family, the Ellars family, the Benes family, the Rietschel family, the Bargamian family, the Weir family, the Russell family, the Chamberlin family, the Bentley family, the Clauson family, the Adams family, the Bukowy family, the Knoll family, the Grzybek family, the Maish family, the Bohn family, the Wilson family, the Klowas family, the Puzzo family, the Fritz family, the Kaiser family, the Calabrese family, the Linck family, the Stewart family, the Mateja family.