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Updated April,, 2021



Barefoot Players

Advisor: Angela Doody

CV High School Drama Club.

Meeting Information: Every Wednesday, 3:30 p.m., via Zoom

Break the Silence

Advisor:  Sabrina Lindsay


Raising awareness for the opioid epidemic and substance use disorder/abuse and prevention in the high school and community, while working alongside the local organization, Sara's House of Hope.

Meeting Information: Every other Friday, after school, via Mrs. Lindsay’s Zoom

Club Green

Advisor:  Victoria Davis

We provide our high school access to an environmental focused club. We

help start the conversation about environmental issues with our community.

Club Green focuses on sharing low waste crafts, combating the littering problem on Cumberland Valley grounds and sharing tips on how to live a low waste lifestyle.

Meeting Information: First and third Wednesday of every month/3/3:30/Zoom

Coding Club

Advisor:  Mr. J Yohe


Students will share coding challenges and their love for writing programs. Students will talk about contests and other coding opportunities.

Meeting Information: Second Monday of the month, 3:30 p.m., via Mr. Yohe’s Zoom

Cumberland Valley FFA

Advisors:  Darla Romberger, Jeanne Case


Cumberland Valley FFA is the intra-curricular organization for students enrolled in an Agricultural Science course at CVHS. Prior to 1988, FFA stood for "Future Farmers of America," but changed its official name to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture and natural resources. The mission of FFA is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through Agricultural Education.

Meeting Information: Second Wednesday of the month, 2:00pm, via Zoom

CV Africa

Advisor:  Matt Billman

Club raises awareness of social, political and environmental issues that exist on the African Continent.

Meeting Information: Afternoons, via Zoom

CV Asian Culture Club

Advisor:  Jess Mealy

CV Asian Culture Club will be working to spread and promote awareness within our community about the cultures, backgrounds, and heritages of countries in Asia. We will talk about current news and events, engage in various controversial topics, and allow members to express their personal experiences.

Meeting Information: Every other Wed /, via Zoom

CV Linguistics Olympiad

Advisor:  Martin Widolff

In the fall/winter, CV Linguistics Olympiad helps members prepare/practice for the NACLO (North American Computational Linguistics Open competition) exams and Online Olympiad in Linguistics. In the spring, CV Linguistics Olympiad will engage in activities to spotlight specific world foreign languages and promote general interest in the field of linguistics.

Meeting Information:Every other Wednesday, 2:00pm, via Zoom


CV Minds Matter

Advisor:  Annie Polillo

A place for students to come and practice healthy mental health techniques with each other. Students can talk to other students and feel comfortable sharing their struggles.

Meeting Information: Every other Tuesday (starting 3/2) 3:30PM-4:30PM-Zoom

CV Neuroscience Club


Students will learn about various aspects of the brain and biology, how it relates to human behavior, and discuss careers related to neuroscience.

Meeting Information: Second Wednesday of every month, 3:30PM via Zoom

CV Social Justice Union

Advisor:  Erin Mengel

The purpose of CV Social Justice Union is to raise awareness about marginalized communities in our local area and around the world. We hope to foster dialogue about social justice issues at the high school and how to solve them.

Meeting Information:  every other Wednesday (starting 1/27) 1:00/Zoom

CV Quiz Bowl / BrainBusters

Advisor:  Mr Anthony Thoman

We work to compete in knowledge based academic competitions locally. We practice with questions from all types of topics to work on speed and recall of knowledge.

Meeting Information: Wednesday - Once a month, 4 pm to 5 pm, via Zoom

Dance Team

Advisor: Natalie Maximowicz

The dance team is a year round program that competes on a varsity level. We begin our year with tryouts in the spring, attend summer camp, hold fundraisers, practice throughout the fall and winter, and compete in the winter months. We perform at varsity football, soccer, basketball, and pep rallies in addition to competing.

Meeting Information: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5:30pm, Cafeteria

Fashion Club

Advisor: Miss Edgerly

Fashion Club exists to give students a creative outlet and a way to express themselves outside of school through fashion and other activities.

Meeting Information: Every other Wednesday,Afternoons (3:30 - 4/4:30) -Room 177/ Online


Advisor: Terri Consevage and Brian Bullock

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is an organization for students who are preparing for careers in business or who are just simply interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. FBLA helps students develop leadership abilities, and prepare for entry into the business world, and advancement within a business or business-related occupation. Students learn how to engage in business enterprise, how to direct the affairs of a group, and how to compete honorably in competitive events, which helps prepare them to be better employees and citizens.

Meeting Information: Thursdays, 3:30 PM-4:00 PM, via Zoom

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Advisor: Craig Wilburn

At FCA, students gather to learn more about what it looks like to live out their faith and continually deepen their relationship with Christ. Meetings include a variety of activities such as student-led devotions, small group discussions, guest speakers, games, and eating good food.

Meeting Information:Every Wednesday, 7:25, Room 273

French Club

Advisor: Suzy Grim

To explore the various aspects of the French Language and Culture in a relaxed, supportive environment.

Meeting Information: Thursdays once a month, 4:00pm, via Zoom.

German Club

Advisor: Dustin Noll

German Club is open to all CV high school students who are interested in exploring the German language and culture. Students will participate in fun activities and games while at the same time learning about the traditions of the German culture.

Meeting Information:  German Club will meet in room 234 on the first Thursday of every month starting in October.  The dates will be Oct 7, Nov 4, Dec 2, Jan 6, Feb 3, March 3, April 7 and May 5.

Girls Who Code

Advisor: Stacey Knerr

Girls Who Code is a club for 6-12th grade females to teach them to code and inspire them to take STEM courses and/or pursue STEM careers.

Meeting Information: Tuesday/Zoom - Ms. Knerr's Zoom Room/ Zoom Room Link:

Golden Years Club

Advisor: Bobbi Logan

Golden Years Club is a club designed to give back to the elderly in our community. Club members provide various services at local nursing homes, with the ultimate goal in helping, supporting and befriending the elderly in their golden years of life.

Meeting Information: One/two times a month- Wednesdays, via Zoom 

High School Student Council

Advisor: Eric Landis

Student Council is the umbrella government body of the school.

Meeting Information: Wednesday, 10:00, via Zoom

HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association)

Advisor: Kristin Shumway and Stacey Andrew

This club is open to any student interested in pursuing a career in health sciences. The club focuses on bringing speakers to educate members about possible fields of study. The club also focuses on educating members about topics within their fields of interest.

Meeting Information: TBD for 2020, Zoom for 2020-2021 School year

It Takes One

Advisor: Kim Baldwin

ITO - stands for "It Takes One" - referring to the need for students (bystanders) to support targets of bullying or negative behavior. Students who are involved in the club will be trained to be effective active bystanders. ITO is focused on creating a positive school culture where all students feel safe, welcomed and supported. ITO is a great place to meet other students and help foster a positive school environment.

Meeting Information: Second Monday of the month, 3:30, via Zoom

Korean Pop Culture Club

Advisor: Miss Steiner

Club dedicated to Korean Pop Music

Meeting Information:first Tuesday of every month via Zoom. 

Key Club

Advisor:  Mike Lutz


Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.

Meeting Information:First Wednesday of the month, 3:30, via Zoom

KMO- Knowledge Masters Open

Advisor: Anne Marie Miller

Quiz Bowl style academic competition for S.I. students.

Meeting Information:December and May, 294 (may have to change location due to covid)

Let Her Learn

Advisor:  Angela Doody

Let Her Learn is a club that promotes getting more girls involved in STEM through a variety of activities.

Meeting Information:First and third Mondays/zoom and Room 268 when live


Advisor:  Elizabeth Bashore

Safe space, education and support group for LGBT community

Meeting Information: Not set up yet 2020-21 school year


Advisor:  Anne Marie Miller

Consumer knowledge. Quiz bowl style. Five categories

Meeting Information: From Nov to April once/month, Team and coach convenience, via Zoom

Magic the Gathering Club

Advisor:  Andrew Downing

Students gather to play Magic the Gathering. Special events are run routinely.

Meeting Information: Unknown at this time.

Mega Math Modeling Challenge

Advisor:  Anne Marie Miller

Math Modeling competition. Real world application. National level.

Meeting Information: Zoom or in person as needed.

Minority Languages Club

Advisor:  Martin Widolff

We want to help promote knowledge and understanding of minority languages and help those who speak them increase their linguistic capabilities.  

Meeting Information: Zoom (this year) / Room 238 (next year) 3:30pm

Meeting Zoom Link

OM- Odyssey of the Mind

Advisor:  Anne Marie Miller

Creative problem solving competition. Teams are 5-7 members. Prepare a long term problem solution and practice spontaneously.

Meeting Information: Zoom and/or 294 in person later in the year to build props etc.

Patriots Club

Advisor:  Pete Mashinski

This club puts together a Veterans Day program for our community,

Meeting Information: Room 256 - This year Zoom

Red Cross Club

Advisor:  Anne Dille

Introduce students to the Red Cross and volunteering.

Meeting Information: Not meeting this school year

Robotics Club

Advisor: Jason Kofmehl

Meeting Information: Not meeting in the 2020-21 school year.

S4ND Students For Nuclear Disarmament

Advisor: Keith Long

S4ND is a club designed to educate students about nuclear weapons and the need to end the proliferation of these weapons.

Meeting Information: TBD but looks like we are starting with Friday-Zoom

Science Olympiad

Advisor: Chris Irvin


Science olympiad is a competitive science team. Members work together to prepare for competition against science olympiad teams from other schools.

Meeting Information: Zoom

Ski and Snowboard Club

Advisor: Todd Harral & Gregg Lucas

Offers discount passes to local mountains, offer 6 trips to those mountains, offer 1 weekend trip to New England mountains

Meeting Information: 243 or Ski Roundtop

Technology Student Association (TSA)

Advisor: Jason Kofmehl

The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs. TSA is accelerating student achievement and supporting teachers by providing engaging opportunities to develop STEM skills.

Meeting Information: 11 am & 2 pm alternating - Zoom

The Cumberland Valley Pad Project

Advisor: Natalie Leitzell

Follow us on Instagram @cvpadproject

The Cumberland Valley Pad Project is working towards raising awareness for women's menstrual hygiene in rural regions of developing countries, as well as educating on the difficulties these women face and work hard to help to benefit them. We will also be focusing on helping and providing menstrual products for underprivileged women in our own communities. Our goal is to come together as a group and educate on and benefit those less fortunate than us.

Meeting Information: Zoom (see our Instagram for details: cvpadproject)

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Advisor: Doug Blacksmith

The Ultimate Frisbee club is a positive environment for kids to meet other kids, be outside, and be active. Ultimate is a fast paced action packed team sport that requires teamwork. Students are welcoming to newcomers and are respectful of one another.

Meeting Information:Seasonally weekly meetings on Wednesday or Friday at

Eagleview track field


Advisor:  Jason Haley

The CV UNICEF club is dedicated to educating members on global issues, and we are especially focused on relating these events to how they affect children. Our club functions primarily through bi-weekly meetings, supply drives, fundraising events, and guest speaker visits. Everyone is welcome to join.

Meeting Information: Every other Thursday/Zoom meeting

USA Memory Competition

Advisor:  Anne Marie Miller

Learn memory techniques and practice for the competition.

Meeting Information: Wednesdays/Zoom

World Affairs Council

Advisor: Keith Long

We try to engage the school in global issues and compete in the Academic WorldQuest competition.

Meeting Information: Room 216 and or Zoom

Young Democrats of CV

Advisor: Dakota Miller

The "Young Democrats of CV" would be a club for all students interested in progressive discourse and canvassing. Meetings would address relevant political issues and students would focus on spreading awareness of important political subjects. Students will hopefully have the opportunity to go out and register people to vote, support local candidates in relevant political races, and discuss viewpoints with people of like minded and differing perspectives.

Meeting Information: Tuesdays on zoom (for now) @ 3:30