• Name of Club

    Sponsor(s) of club

    Description of club

    Meeting times of club

    7th grade class

    Dixie Hyatt

    7th Grade STUCO

    Tuesday at 8:30 am in B208

    Art Club(high school)

    Paul Sweeney

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

    Thursday, second lunch in Sweeney's room

    Asian Club

    Neil Hill

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

    B Week Wednesdays at 2nd Lunch in B201


    Brandon Harney

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

    Fridays at 4pm

    Builder's Club

    LaRadius Stephens

    Introduction to community service and leadership for middle school students

    Wednesday mornings at 8:40 AM

    Business Professionals of America

    Cassie Petty

    Joe Atwood

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

    Friday mornings at 8:15 am


    Linda Barnett

    Spirit Team

    Wednesday@ 8 a.m.

    Chess and Games Club

    Dr. Nathan Steele

    Open meetings for playing and learning chess.

    Alternating Wednesdays and Thursdays after school from 4-5pm in B303.

    Class of 2019

    Mr. Young

    Ms. Barnett

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.

    Various times during 2nd lunch in Mr. Young's room.

    Class of 2020

    Charlotte Smith

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.


    Class of 2021

    Jeanne Parkhurst

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.


    Class of 2022

    Ms. Jennifer Wilson

    Student Officers of Class of 2022

    During 2nd lunch Thursdays

    Class of 2023

    LaRadius Stephens

    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.


    Class of 2024


    Members work on raising money and planning activities towards graduation.


    Class of 2025

    Nicole Hagans-Robinson

    6th Grade STUCO Officers

    Tuesday at 8:30 am in A301

    Classen Baseball

    Coach Young

    Baseball team

    Practice will begin in February. Games and practices will run throughout March and April at Reynolds field.

    Classen Softball

    Coach Young

    Coach Pickard

    Fast pitch softball team.

    Practice starts just prior to the beginning of school. Games and practices run through the months of August and September.

    Community Service Club through Rotary

    Charlotte Smith

    high school students focusing on community service

    Wednesday 2nd lunch, B203

    Conspiracy Club

    Brenda Schlomach

    Kids come together once a week to discuss strange or unexplained things in our world and outer space, look at scientific ways of trying to answer questions, and other mysteries.

    Thursdays from 4:05-4:40 in room A315

    Debate Club

    Carsen Moon / Others

    Club for students interested in debate and monologues. Meetings are for preparing for Debate Tournaments, which normally occur on the weekends.

    Tuesdays @ 8:00 am, A305

    Discussion Group

    Suzanne Sutton

    High school students meet to discuss philosophical, political, societal, and other topics informally.

    Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 in A319

    Dog Club

    Carsen Moon

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

    2nd Monday of the month, 2nd Lunch, A305

    Earth Club

    Charlotte Smith

    Environmental issues

    Thursday 2nd lunch B203

    FireBalls (Pep Club)

    Joe Atwood

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

    Wednesday second lunch twice a month, B108

    French Club

    Brandon Harney

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

    Thursday on B weeks at 8:30am

    German Club

    Taylor McKenzie

    Do fun activities loosely related to German

    once a month, irregular times though

    GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)

    Charlotte Smith

    High school students advocating basic human rights

    Friday, 2nd lunch, B203

    International Thespian Society

    Samantha Waldrop

    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.


    Key Club

    LaRadius Stephens

    Nationally recognized club for community service and leadership for high school

    B Week Mondays at 8:30 AM

    Latin Club

    Taylor McKenzie

    Discuss ancient mythology, language, etc.

    Monday 8-9 am

    Middle School Dance Club

    Jane Vorburger

    Club rehearses after school for performances at Festival of the Arts and other venues

    Mon through Fri 4:15-6:15

    Middle School Vocal Music

    Jon-Philip Olson

    Choirs for competitions

    Class times and extra rehearsals

    Mock Trial

    Dixie Hyatt

    Mock Trial through the Oklahoma Bar Association

    As needed

    Mu Alpha Theta

    Dr. Nathan Steele

    Math Honor Society

    Formal meetings only as necessary, announced via google classroom. Peer tutoring available after school Tuesday 4-4:30pm and before school Wednesday, Thursday 8:30-9am.

    National Honor Society

    Charlotte Smith

    Recognized academic club

    "A" week, Tuesday in library at 8:30 a.m.

    Origami Club

    Nicole Hagans-Robinson

    The students meet after school to learn new origami techniques.

    3rd Wednesday of the Month

    Spanish Club

    Ms. Lefler

    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.