Show your SSA Pride

Expressing opinions is an important of growing up and of this club. Thank you so much everyone for helping us design our logos for our Student Secular Alliance merchandise. Please let any of the members know if you would like to purchase this merchandise. We will be completing the order for it on Tuesday May 7th.

In Good We Trust In Good We Trust Hope you to see you at the next meeting on Tuesday, April 30th!


Bake Sale Benefiting Doctors Without Borders

Vista SSA is starting our first service project of the year. We will be holding a bake sale taking place from December 10th thru December 13th in the Commons before school. We will be featuring all of your favorite baked goods such as muffins and more! Stop by our table to support a great cause and get a yummy breakfast. 

Hello World

The MVHS Secular Student Alliance (SSA) was created to provide a place for atheists, agnostics, humanists and secularists to discuss topics openly and freely concerning faith, politics and anything else with like-minded people. Club activities are not limited to those without faith and differing viewpoints are encouraged as long as they are promoted civilly and professionally.
SSA also gives back to the community through service projects and fundraising.
If you are interested in joining, talk to Mr. Padjen or any other member for information, ‘like’ our Facebook page or stop by our weekly meeting in U428 at 3pm after school.

What is secularism? How do I know if I’m a secularist?

sec·u·lar·ism (sky-l-rzm)
1. Religious skepticism or indifference.

2. The view that religious considerations should be excluded from civil affairs or public education.If you believe that faith, politics, and education should be kept separate you are indeed a secularist. Secularists are keen to preserve this separation (also referred to as the Separation of Church and State). Many people are secularists and didn’t even know it so if discussion of faith and it’s role in this world intrigues you, stop by to listen in or add your own voice to the conversation. We can’t stress enough how welcoming we want this organization to be.