Clubs are one of the best ways for students to get engaged and meet other students that are interested in similiar activities such as gaming, anime, sports, robotics, and much more.
This year we are excited to be able to get clubs back up and running. Be on the lookout for announcements about Club Rush in September. Club Rush usually held during lunch and gives students the opportunity to see the different clubs being offered, meet the club advisor (teacher), and sign up for the clubs that interest them. Most clubs meet once a week after school but a few meet during lunch.
If a student is interested in starting a new club they should speak to the Activities Director, Mrs. Powell. She will tell students what steps they need to take including finding a teacher to serve as the club advisor.
Check out the clubs we have available so far this year!
Description: The place to express your creativity! Art Club is here to provide a place for students who are passionate about making art to come together to express their creativity through art projects of their choice.
Location: Room 11 Description: The purpose of this club is to serve as a safe place for Black scholars on campus. We will be able to explore the history of Black people in the United States as well as talk about current events.
Description: The purpose of the Kings and Queens Club is to promote cultural awareness, social skills, provide educational enrichment, leadership development and community services. This club is based on the sororities and fraternities structure.
Days & Hours: Mondays @ 2:45 with additional meetings as the competition gets closer
Location: Room 13
Description: Give students more opportunities to build and explore. The club will help renovate our Makerspace, and then utilize it for STEM projects. Members of the club are expected to compete in MESA Day in March, as well as the district science competition, and Mission to Mars in May.
Description: Supervise, regulate, and promote youth soccer. This club probvides competition for the development of the sport through coaching, good sportsmanship, refereeing, fair play, and player development.
Description: Many kids deal with a number of difficult issues, from pressures in school and finding a voice among their peers to body image concerns and low self-esteem. Join us at the Mindfulness Club to relieve some stress through yoga, crafts and other fun activities!