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    Club Name

    Club Sponsor(s)

    Club Description

    Meeting Times

    Paul Sweeney

    We are a club devoted to art and bringing students and art together.

    To be announced

    Asian Club - PCSH | Brooklyn Park MN

    Charlotte D'Andriole

    To promote and better understand the culture of Asian, Pacific Islanders and DESI students that attend this school

    Every other Wednesday
    1st Lunch - Salas
    2nd Lunch - D'Andriole

    Black Student Union (BSU) – Students – Dr Maya Angelou Community Senior High

    Denise McDonald

    The club organizes African American youths to give them a means of expression and social cohesion.

     

    Cassie Petty, 

    Charles Underwood, and

    Brenly McAdoo

     

    This is a national/state and local club that is co-curricular with state and national competitions, service projects and promotes leadership skills.

    Wednesday Mornings

    7:30 am room L101

    Nathan Steele

    Open meetings for playing and learning chess.

     

    Class of 2024

    Alisa Perkins

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.

     

    Class of 2025

    TBD

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.

     

    Class of 2026

    Taneil Kaler

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.  

     

    Class of 2023

    Aubrey Cole

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.

     

    Classen Baseball

     

    Baseball team

     

    Classen Softball

    Coach Hunt

    Fastpitch softball team.

     

    Community Service Club through Rotary

    Charlotte D'Andriole Smith

    High school students focusing on community service

     

    Culinary Exploration Potluck Club 

    Aubrey Cole

    Exploring culture through food

    First B Day Friday during Lunch (both 1st and 2nd lunch)

    Clubs & Societies | North East Lincolnshire's Top Performing College

    Jordan Kelly

    Club for students interested in debate and monologues. Meetings are for preparing for debate tournaments, which generally occur on the weekends.

     

           

    DOG Club

    Carsen Moon

    A club for dog enthusiasts. We volunteer at local animal shelters and host dog meet-ups.

     

    Club Spotlight: Earth Club – Taft Tribune

    Charlotte D'Andriole Smith

    Environmental issues

    Tuesday, 1st and 2nd lunch

    Fireball Vector Art, Icons, and Graphics for Free Download FireBalls Pep Club - Meade County High School

    Denise McDonald

    To increase student attendance to sporting and performance events. Increase school spirit

    Thursday before School and makeup meeting at Lunch

    French Club

    Brandon Harney

    The club is a way of exploring French culture and language outside of the classroom.

     

    Deutschklub | Highland Heights KY

    Taylor McKenzie

    Do fun activities loosely related to German

    Irregular meetings based on need

    GSA - Brody Middle School

    Charlotte D'Andriole Smith

    High school students advocating basic human rights

     

    Home – Montana HOSA

    Kristine Sigman

    HOSA-Future Health Professionals; students learn leadership and health profession skills and compete at State and International level Leadership Conferences.

    2nd Tuesday of every  Month at 7:30 am Room F101 (Every Tuesday, beginning in January)

    Canton High School Thespian Club - On Thursday, Troupe #1798 of the International  Thespian Society at Canton High School will hold our annual induction and  awards ceremony. 💙🎭💛 This is a special

    Lauren Peck

    The Oklahoma Thespians are members of the International Thespian Society and Educational Theatre. EdTA’s student honorary organization, the International Thespian Society, is the world’s largest honor society recognizing excellence and achievement in middle and high school theatre students. More than 2 million students have been inducted into ITS since its beginning in 1929. Through their EdTA membership, Thespians have access to college auditions, scholarship money, and countless other young people with similar interests. Theatre teaches powerful life skills preparing all Thespians for a bright future.

     

    Aubrey Cole

    Nationally recognized club for community service and leadership for high school

    Friday after school room F109

    Latino Club at PSH | Middletown PA

    Suzanne Sutton

    Discuss ancient mythology, language, etc.

    Friday after school in the Library

    Oklahoma Mock Trial

    Karin Termini

    Mock Trial through the Oklahoma Bar Association

     

    Tutoring Resources - ACHS Mu Alpha Theta

    Nathan Steele

    Math Honor Society

     

    Charlotte D'Andriole Smith

    Recognized academic club

     

    How the Rotary emblem evolved | Rotary International

    Neil Hill

    Club activities, social events, and volunteer projects offer networking opportunities that build personal and professional connections

    Before school Mondays A Week

    Luvia Morales-Rodriguez

    Practice Spanish & celebrate Hispanic culture beyond the classroom. Participate in activities such as the annual soccer tournament, local festivals & World Language competitions. Create culturally educational events & products for the school community.

     

    Aubrey Cole

    Student Council is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor within the framework of a constitution or bylaws to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student experience in leadership, and encourage student/faculty/community relations.

    Student Council works to promote citizenship, scholarship, leadership, human relations, and cultural values. 

     

    Yearbook/Newspaper

    Karin Termini

    Help produce the school's yearbook and practice photography, journalism, and page design. Students will develop their creativity and artistic skills to memorialize their peer's high school experiences.   

    YOklahoma YMCA Youth & Government 

    Karin Termini

    YMCA Youth & Government is a national program that involves thousands of teens nationwide in state-organized, model-government programs. Students from every corner of the U.S. have the opportunity to immerse themselves in experiential civic engagement and practice democracy.

    Teens from across every state meet in their local YAG clubs and statewide events throughout the year to discuss and debate issues that affect citizens, through proposed legislation, participation in mock trials, or journalistic reporting.