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Sponsor NameApprox. Mtg. Date/ Time (NOT exact bc of cal. adj.)Mtg. Location for Facilities CalendarDescription
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Academic TeamBeth MurphyEvery Monday @ 3:40pm3110Academic Team is fast paced, knowledge based, critical thinking competition. Varsity and Junior Varsity teams compete against other schools in a quiz bowl type setting.
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Art Club/ National Art Honor SocietyTBD
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Beta ClubMaryanna Wilson2nd Tues @ 7:45am/3:40pm3402
Beta club is an educational organization that promotes academic achievement, character, leadership and service within the school and community. The requirements to become a member is to be a rising 10th grader with a GPA of 3.6 or above. Each member must maintain that GPA each year and have a minimum of 25 service hours. Beta club sponsors a holiday toy drive and a "make the campus beautiful" event in the spring.
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Career and Technical InstructionLindsay Justice(not meeting regularly)TBA
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DECA - MarketingBeau AustinOnce a month on Thursday morning @7:453407DECA is open to any student who is interested! See video here for more information
https://vimeo.com/582386326
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Drama Club/Thespian SocietySet event datesTheatre
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Environmental Club1st Wednesday of month at 3:40pm3103
The purpose of the Environmental Club is to increase awareness of the relationships between human actions and our environment, educate the school community of steps that can be taken to improve our environment, and to encourage responsible environmental behaviors. Plan on field trips, service learning opportunities and making friends with like-minded individuals.
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Fellowship of Christian AthletesEvery Friday @ 7:45-8:10amTheatre
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Freshman/Sophomore Class Sponsor (Homecoming)Kim McGuirtAs needed3113
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HOSA Jennifer O'Hanlon, MaryAnna WilsonLast Thursday of the month @ 7:45am/3:40pm3108
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Junior Class Sponsor (Prom)Jessica MuellerMeeting times set once cabinet is chosen each year.Learning CommonsInterested in planning activities for your Junior Class and hosting Prom? Applications due in August of your Junior year!
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Key ClubSam PruittFirst Friday @ 3:40pm3105Key Club is an international service organization for high school students. As a student-led organization, Key Club's goal is to encourage leadership through serving others.
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Literary MeetJenna Coon
Literary Meet is a GHSA event for students to compete in oral presentation, essay, extemporaneous speaking, musical solo, or musical trio/quartet. Students are nominated by their chorus, theater, and ELA teachers to participate in the region meet which occurs once a year in the spring.
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Mechatronics & RoboticsNestor ZuluagaTuesdays & Thursdays 7:45-8:20am
& After School 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Rm 1336
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Mu Alpha ThetaCharlotte LittleNot active ATM3210
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National Honor SocietyJeremy Purdy, Beth Purdy, & Jessica Mueller1st Tues @ 7:45am; 1st Thurs @ 3:40pm3212
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National Spanish Honor SocietyTBD
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Rho Kappa (National Social Studies Honors Society)Beth MurphyAs needed3110Rho Kappa is a National Honors Society for Social Studies. Members need to meet certain criteria for initiation. Prospective members will be contacted by the advisor.
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Beth Purdy & Katie Scali3rd Monday @ 3:40pm3106
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Senior Class Sponsor (Graduation)Greg Justice1st Mon @7:45am3405
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Sources of Strength Peer leadersShay LockeWednesdays
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Technology Student Association ClubNestor Zuluaga Thursdays @ 7:40amRm: 1336 TSA Chapter is dedicated exclusively to students enrolled in any technology education pathway programs.
TSA helps prepare our students to be confident innovators and successful inventors, designers, creative problem solvers, responsible citizens and leaders in a technologically advancing society.
We combine engineering knowledge, technical skills, real project management, business experience, entrepreneurship and leadership and community service.
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TOME Society (Reading Club)Jessica Mueller2nd Friday of the month 7:45-8:15amLearning Commons
Do you love reading? In TOME, students meet once a month for a book club. We have the opportunity to read from the TOME IT List, participate in State Competitions, and even attend a State Conference. You can join at any point in the year!
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United Way Reps Lauren SweattAs needed3312 & 3201
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Wellness ChampionKelsey Beauchamp*Faculty (TBD)GYM
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Young PoliticiansJeremy Purdy 1st Mon @7:45am3212
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Youth Leadership HallCarin BoothTuesdays (varies)Off-Campus
Youth Leadership Hall (YLH) is a leadership development program for high school juniors and seniors. The program seeks to build individual leadership skills, foster positive group dynamics and increase civic and community involvement. Application process begins in January.
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