Clubs & Organizations
Club Club Sponsor Anime Club-A club for anime lovers to explore common interests in anime and Japanese culture. Mrs. Diaz Band Mr. Sale Beta Club-Open by invitation with the same goals and requirements of the National Honors Society.
Bible Club (Youth Commission International)
Crafting Club - Students create beautiful works of art using their imaginations and crafting skills. We rock crocheting needles, paint, and glue.
Drama Club-A club that meet every Tuesday to work on all aspects of theatrical production. Students learn techniques for performing, tech work, makeup skills, house crew responsibilities, advertising, fund raising and other aspects of life in the theatre. Mr. Shulz Environmental Club-A club that promotes environmental preservation through school recycling, community events and raising student awareness of environmental issues. Mr. Morgan Equestrian Club - The purpose of this club is to bring the equestrian community together and help those who share a passion for the sport and horses to gain explosure and take lessons when it may not be possible otherwise. Equestrian Club Website Ms. Damico Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Students-
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) - a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education.
Future Farmers of America (FFA)-A national organization of students enrolled in agriculture classes. It promotes the development of agriculture leadership, citizenship and cooperation.
Gaming Club-A club to promote camaraderie and teamwork through making positive relationships with all types of gaming including: video games, role-playing games, collectible card games, board games and tabletop games. The club will feature competitive and cooperative gameplay as well as discussions on the newest games and technology. Mr. Morgan Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)- A club emphasizing acceptance of all people. Mr. Schulz High School Battle of the Books - A club for readers of all genres who enjoying discussing the book they've read and compeating in trivia style games with other local high schools. Mrs. Williams HOSA Club - HOSA is a national student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA promotes career opportunities in the health care industry. Ms. Steffler Interact (Student Rotary Club)-A Rotary-sponsored service club for students ages 14-18 interested in service projects in our community. Mr. Morton International Club-A club designed to promote foreign languages, cultures, history and current events.
International Thespian Society Chapter-An honor society for individuals dedicated to the study of the theatrical arts. These students must maintain a high standard in their academic lives, as well as contributing to the world of Theatre. Meetings are the first Friday of every month. Mr. Schulz Key Club-A club committed to the betterment of humanity. Promotes the motto: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Ms. Laney Mu Alpha Theta - Mathematics Honor Society Ms. Brightsen National Art Honor Society (NAHS)-A club that raises money to finance art excursions and promotes interest in plays and art museums.
National Honor Society (NHS)-Recognizes students in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character and service. Open by invitation to Juniors and Seniors with a cumulative average of 93 and a 4.0 GPA during all school years. Students must meet other criteria in order to receive an invitation to become a member.
Rebel Clef - A cappella singing group
Robotics Club - Each Thursday from 3:15-4:15. Mr. Oprea Rocket Club - Participates in Team America Rocketry Challenge sponsored by Aerospace Industries Association
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Skills USA-A partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. Mr. Medlin Student Council-An elected body that organizes school events such as homecoming and promotes school spirit. It offers the opportunity for students to be leaders. Students Against Destructive Decisions / Students Against Violence Everywhere (SADD)
Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE)
The Pacemaker-Yearbook-A class that designs and produces the yearbook. Students learn design, digital photography, ad design and sales. They cover sporting, club, and special events and assist with picture days. Ms. Damico