Armstrong hosts many activities, including (but not restricted to):
- FIRST Robotics Team 2525: The Phoenix
- Math Team
- Chess Club
- Quiz Bowl
- Debate team
- Asian club
- Anime club
- pokemon club
- Janitor's Club
- Gay-Straight Alliance
- Student Council
- Young Progressives (starting in fall of 2012)
- Equity Team
- Environmental Society
- Fall Dance Line
- Marching Band
- National Honor Society
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