Club meetings will be twice weekly and then daily as we head toward competition.
Advisor: Ms. Cheng
Anime Club is the place to share your love for Anime, Japanese culture, and food!
We meet every other Thursday after school from 2:00-2:30 in Room 201.
Advisor: Ms. Grace
Club meets every Wednesday 3:00 - 3:45pm.
Advisor: Mr. Meulmester
Advisor: Xiaofang Liu
Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday every month after school
from 1:00 - 1:40pm in room 113
Advisor: Mr. Cartiglia
Our club meets on Thursday after school
Christian Club is a place where students can talk about all forms of Christianity.
Every meeting there is a prayer, a spiritual moment, and fun games.
Advisor: Madame Marx
Students in French Club participate in outings and programs that
celebrate French culture. Meetings are held monthly.
Advisors: Ms. Sender
Honor Society is open to qualifying students with a GPA of 3.5 and above.
Students are also required to complete 6 hours of community service
as part of their requirements for membership. Students also participate
in special events and activities like miniature golfing, bowling party and a Mardi Gras Party.
Advisor: Ms. Barrette
Meets every Tuesday at lunch in Room 105.
Our club promotes kindness on campus through various activities,
including campus beautifications, sitting with students who seem alone at lunch,
writing positive notes, and doing good deeds throughout the community.
Advisor: Mr. Baker
Students work on different STEM inspired projects.
Advisor: Mrs. Marx
Math Club to meet the first Thursday of the month at lunch in Room 110.
Advisor: Mr. Baker
Students will meet to plan and build a team robot for competition.
Advisors: Mrs. Glickman and Mr. Tanenbaum
Meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. In Room 502.
SAGA is organized for the purpose of providing a sense of community
and space for LGTBQA and straight youth to build a safe place
to socialize and create a platform for equality and respect for all individuals.
Advisors: Señora Kempkes
Club meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month during lunch in Room 112.
Off campus events once a month (date TBD)
Spanish Club is a allows students the opportunity to learn about
the Spanish language and its many cultures through a variety of activities including:
Visits to restaurants, viewing of Spanish movies and analyzing them,
exploring local Hispanic places,and learning about Hispanic influence in the community
Spelling Bee Advisor
Advisor: John Meulmester
Students can try-out for various after school sports teams throughout the year.