Club NameFaculty Advisor(s)Faculty Advisor(s) EmailAdvisor NOT ReturningDescription of ClubTotal Enrollment (Approx.)GradesRequirements for acceptance into activityMeeting Day(s)Meeting TimeMeeting LocationNames of Officers/Leadership PositionsMajor Activities of GroupFundraisers of GroupDo you hang posters during the school year?Activity EmailWebsite URLInstagram URLTwitter URL
Anime ClubMrs.
Watching and discussing anime, socializing, arts and crafts and little games related to anime
9-12Thursdays 3-4pmRoom 272Brooklyn Sizemore
Asian Culture ClubJennifer
Badminton ClubMr. Sweigartbsweigart@cvschools.orgWe will learn the rules of and play badminton.
Baking ClubMiss Edgerlykedgerly@cvschools.orgExploring basic principles and techniques of baking including baking science, cookies, cakes, frosting techniques and styles. We will also focus on preparation and packaging things for bake sales and fundraising events.2510-12 ONLYN/AEvery Thursday3:00-4:15Room 177Sameera Komminani – President
Joanna John – Vice President
Marjurie Igarta – Publicity Officer
Baking techniques and partnering with Student Council to make candy gramsPotential Bake SalesYesClub communicates through GroupMe
Advisor email:
Barefoot Players & Fall PlayAngela Doodyadoody@cvschools.orgMembers of Barefoot Players have significant interest in any and all aspects of theater and drama. The club meets twice a month. We often invite theater professionals to share their expertise and do a variety of drama-related activities. The club also produces an annual fall play. There will be an informational meeting in September. 259-12N/ATo be determined3-4 p.m.Room 268Sofia Mains, president
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS)Lindsey Blank (BB/BS)LBlank@capbigs.orgFor the Bigs/Littles program students are matched with a Little from Silver Spring Elementary. Activities are twice a month throughout the year and are run by BBBS. Students must complete an application and go through an interview with BBBS staff. The Beyond School Walls program is run in collaboration with Deloitte. Students meet 2x/month with a mentor from Deloitte. An information meeting will occur sometime in September. 2510-12 ONLYEvery other week - day will be picked in August.NestSilver Spring ElementaryFall play and theater activitiesNone as of nowYes
Book ClubMrs. Blacksmithmblacksmith@cvschools.orgA welcoming environment for students to come together and discuss books. The club will meet once or twice a month to discuss and choose the book to read collectively for the month.1010-12 ONLYOnce per month3-4pmCV10-12 Room 264Meeting up and discussing the book we read collectively as well as other books we have read or want to discuss. Also we will spend time every meeting discussing which book we want to read
BowlingBrian Hoodhoodb74@yahoo.comBowling for all skill levels. Practice every Tuesday starting 9/6 at ABC West (330-5). Competition every Thursday starting in Oct. We bowl at all 3 ABC houses and Trindle. Please contact me for more info. N/A8-12N/ATuesdays and Thursdays330-5ABC West, East, North and TrindleYeshoodb74@yahoo.com
Break the Silence Cory Conradcconrad@cvschools.orgBreak the Silence is CV's chapter of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions). Generally there are two meetings a month. The first meeting is usually an outside speaker and the second meeting is some sort of follow up activity.259-12Last year was 2 Fridays a monthLast year was 3-4pmLast year was Learning Commons
CARE ClubMichaela Gustafsonmgustafson@cvschools.orgCommunity Awareness Relief Education or CARE CLUB will hopefully be a student-run club consisting of learning and volunteering about various causes that are usually overlooked. Our club is not specified in their acts of service, and will range through many topics including hospitals, literacy, animals and supporting others. With these acts, we will run through some official organizations as well, therefore benefiting them ( Engin Program, Breast Cancer Organization, Camp Koala, United Cerebral Palsy ). Through these services we will not only help those around us but also spread awareness towards such topics. This will spread diversity by bringing students with different backgrounds together for such a strong variation of causes. We could potentially hold guest speakers as well who could discuss their ideas relating to these topics more in depth with the club.
Carlisle MathAnnie Marie Milleramiller@cvschools.orgOnce per year on a date set by the sponsor. 59-12by invitation1 x / yr1 x / yrDickinson collegeN/Aacademic competeition NAnoamiller@cvschools.orgNANANA
Chess ClubTodd Harraltharral@cvschools.orgWe meet in 252 and play chess.209-12Every other Monday3-4 pm252TBD
Clay ClubRenee Kingrking@cvschools.orgThis club is for Ceramics students only. We meet one day per week after school for additional studio time and access to specialized materials. 6010-12 ONLYCeramics classTo be determined3-4pmClay Studio 166To be determinedThrow-a-thonPottery
Club GreenJenny Pyersjpyers@cvschools.orgConservation minded students participate in various crafts and activities which promote environmental consciousness.30-509-12The 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month3:00 pm - 4:00 pmvaries based on activity; most informational meetings take place in the Learning Commons (Room 137)Eliette Whittaker - Co-President; Madeleine Carmichael - Co-President; Paige Walker - Treasurer; Audrey Essis - Secretary; Ashley Lin - Publicity Officer; Seyram Setuage - Event CoordinatorTrash pickup, rain barrell assembly, Earth Day fair and field trip, assorted "upcycle" crafts, informational meetings, Clothing "flea market" in AprilClothing drive and saleYesjpyers@cvschools.org
Coding ClubKathleen Mitchellkmitchell@cvschools.org10-12 ONLYOnce a month3:00pm - 3:30pmRoom 219Co-presidents - Aryan Chauhan/Chinmay Govind; VP - Vishnu Subramanyan; Secretary - Sathvik Gopu; Junior Rep - Veer Shah kmitchell@cvschools.org
Computer Science Principles ClubSarah Kellersekeller@cvschools.orgCSP introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world.3010-12 ONLYEvery dayNestRoom 114None yet!Using's Computer Science Principles curriculum to learn, explore, and create various computer science activities.NoneYessekeller@cvschools.org
Creative Writing ClubMrs. Gustafsonmgustafson@cvschools.orgWe will give a presentation at the beginning of every meeting educating about different writing genres and types of literature. Then the members will be given a couple of minutes to experiment with these genres and literature. Afterward, we will introduce new opportunities to publish their writings through competitions or publishing websites. Next, we will go over common errors occurring throughout the writing process. Thereafter, the members will be allowed time to write in different places such as outside, in the classroom, in the school library, etc.9-122nd & 3rd Monday3-4pm
CV EyeLevi Mummalmumma@cvschools.orgCV's scholastic journalism club. We publish at to our community and the world. Student writers and editors produce news articles, feature articles, reviews, podcasts and photo galleries 30-3510-12 ONLYEvery dayPeriod 3 and Nest262
CV Game BuildersGena McVittygmcvitty@cvschools.orgFor students who want to learn more about building computer games59-12None
CV Little Eagles Track and Field ClubGena McVittydhockenberry@cvschools.orgIn Cumberland Valley Little Eagles Track and Field Club, high school students will teach the elementary students of our school district track and field in a positive and supportive through practices and min-meets.9-123:00 PMHS 110Sefa Setuagbe - President
CV Women in STEMMr. Billmanmbillman@cvschools.orgVarious STEM activities, career explorations, workshops, etc.9-122x per month
CVTVMr. Bomboy1510-12 ONLYNone2x per month (in-person) / onlineNestHS 174Aditi SanghviTaking pictures & group critiques/discussionsnoneyes
D & D ClubKathleen"The Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game is about storytelling in worlds of swords and sorcery. Like games of make-believe, D&D is driven by imagination. It's about picturing a crumbling castle in a darkening forest and imagining how a fantasy adventurer might react to the challenges that scene presents."~309-12TBD (Last year Wednesday)3:00pm-4:00pmRoom 219 Andrew Cooney
Eagle EmporiumGregg Lucasglucas@cvschools.orgThis a curriculum relatated club, directly tied to students who are enrolled in Entrepreneurship. Entre students run the student store (Eagle Emporium) at the high school.6010-12 ONLYEntrepreneurship I or II classDuring classPeriods 4-6231
Endangered Languages ClubMartin Widolffmwidolff@cvschools.orgWe want to help promote knowledge and understanding of minority and endangered languages and help those who speak them increase their linguistic capabilities.109-12Every other Monday3:10-4:00PMHS238Arthur Peterssonyep
Engineering ClubDan Stuckeydstuckey@cvschools.orgThis club is for any student interested in Engineering. Activities include: design and build challenges, guest speakers, and topic workshops. This is a student run club.
EnvirothonAmber Simasim@cvschools.orgEnivorthon is a club where students learn more about the enviroment. Team of 5 members study the following topics: aquatics, forestry, wildlife, soils and current issues. We meet to review information and then in May compete with other school's teams. 109-12Every other Tuesday3:10-3:45HS room 102Meet to study the topics: Forestry, Aquatics, Wildlife, Soils and Current issue. Students then compete at the local County Envirothon in May. Five teams are permitted to compete at local level. If the team wins, students will complete at the State level. At the beginning to recruit membersUsually communicate through Schoology course/group
Entreprenership ClubTodd Bedardtbedard@cvschools.orglook at ways that students can be entrepreneurial in their communities. Guest speakers and projects will be presented at meetings.
eSports ClubAndrew Downingadowning@cvschools.orgFind others to play video games at a competitive level. There are multiple games played by the club and new games can be added if there is inrest by club members. The club regularly enters tournments for the games played by members.Varies9-12TBD by the club exec boardUsually 3:00pm-4:00pmTBDCole Schindler - PresidentJoining video game tournments througout the area (usually played from home computers)@offical.cvesportsclub
ETA (Eagle Tech Assistance)Keith Ensmingerkensminger@cvschools.orgStudent-led IT support club open to students interested in IT and computer scienceVaries10-12 ONLYNEST
Fashion ClubMiss Edgerlykedgerly@cvschools.orgFashion Club is a student-led group that offers students the opportunity to explore textile arts, fashion trends, sewing skills and more. All are welcome.309-12Every other Monday3:00-4:15Rm 177President: Marjurie Igarta
Vice President: Scarlett Pham-Ross
Secretary: Zainab Tahir
Treasurer: Nour Rashed
Publicity Officers: Nyla Anderson / Elena Richardson
Project based activities relating to design, upcycling, and trends in the fashion industry.Clothing DriveYesClub communicates through GroupMe
Advisor email:
Fashion Club Website@cv.fashionclub
FBLATerri Consevagetconsevage@cvschools.orgFuture business leaders of America (FBLA) encourages students to participate in a diverse selection of individual or group events
relating to business. By participating in an event, competitors
have the chance to further their business knowledge by going
to seminars at FBLA states and/or nationals as well as win
prestigious awards that will help them not only be successful
in college, but also business. All are welcome!
60+9-12Interested students
and must be able
to attend the meetings.
Tuesdays3:05-4:00Room 281Future business leaders of America (FBLA) encourages students to
participate in a diverse selection of individual or group events
relating to business. By participating in an event, competitors
have the chance to further their business knowledge by going to
seminars at FBLA states and/or nationals as well as win prestigious
awards that will help them not only be successful in college,
but also business.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)Craig Wilburncwilburn@cvschools.orgFCA is a student led club that focuses on fellowship and service in the school
community. We aim to equip, empower, and encourage ourselves and others for Christ.
You do not need to be an athlete to participate. All are welcome!
FFADarla Rombergerdromberger@cvschools.orgCumberland Valley FFA is an intra-curricular organization for students enrolled in an Agricultural Science course at CV 9 or 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. CV FFA offers students the opportunity to participate in leadership conferences, community service, and competitions centered around agriculture, food, and natural resources.2759-12Must be enrolled in an Agricultural Science course in 2022-2023September 14, October 5, November 7, December 21, January 25, February 8, March 15, April 19, 3:00 - 4:15 pmCVHS Room 138President: Grace Brammer Vice-President: Joleigh Nailor Secretary: Adara Burkholder Treasurer: Casey Huss Reporter: Ava Smith Sentinel: Sarah Tourville Chaplain: Shelby Davis Outreach Chair: Graci Elliott Leadership Chair: Dylan Abramson Finance Chair: Ashlynne Lenker Public Relations: Leila Kasbari Recruitment Chair: Jacob Smith Community Service Chair: Evan PattersonLeadership Conferences: National FFA Convention, Agricultural Cooperation Establishes Success Conference, State Legislative Leadership Conference, Delaware Valley University FFA Leadership Conference, Pennsylvania FFA State Convention, Eastern States Exposition (Big E), Competition Teams: Agricultural Communications, Marketing Plan, Veterinary Science, Food Science, FFA Knowledge, Floriculture, Nursery Landscape, Conduct of Chapter Meetings, Public Speaking, Livestock Judging, Poultry Judging, etc. Community Service: Adopt-a-Highway, Project SHARE, Heifer International, PA Farm Show Rodeo, PA Farm Show Information Booth, New Hope Ministries, etc. Other Events: 6 Committee Meetings per month, AgVenture Day for 4th Graders, Farm Animal Education at CV May Fairs, Global Agriculture awareness, Farm Bureau MeetingsFarm Show Milkshakes @ CV Football Games, Fall Fundraiser (Florida Fruit, Butterbraids, Soy Candles), R & K Subs and Sandwiches, Strawberries, Spring SweetsYesDRomberger@cvschools.org; @cv.agsciences@cv_ffa1954; @cv_agsciences
Financial and Stock Market Club (FSM)Joanne Beaverjbeaver@cvschools.orgStudent-led club that promotes learning about finance and stocks. Students lead games and stock simulations309-12NoneTBD3:15-4:00 HS Room 217Sarab ChaudraryYesSchoology Join Code: RH7X-JWJN-MP9KS
Fitness & Wellness ClubZack Strohezstrohe@cvschools.orgOur purpose is to help people grow in being comfortable with who they are, we want to provide a lifting culture to help build the member's bodies and increase their confidence in who they are. We want to make a difference physically and mentally for people. As time goes on we also hope to branch out to salvation armies and provide the people in need down in Harrisburg help through fundraising.Tuesdays (Bi-Weekly)3:05 PMHS Weight Room
French ClubSuzy Grimsgrim@cvschools.orgStudent-led French cultural activities and peer to peer support for French class. Varies9-12TBDRoom 230Simran Kulkarni, Madison StatlerMeetings that promote various francophone, cultural, and historical events
German ClubDustin Nolldnoll@cvschools.orgStudent-led club that promotes a cultural understanding of German through various games, crafts and activities; open to all students who are interested in learning about the German culture and language.Varies9-12First and Third Thursday of the Monthafter school from 3:00-4:00Room 234Sofia Mains, Jasmin Wang, Zoe Argot, Meghaa Shanamungan, Dylan Mcclellan, Phoebe Haverstick, Simon Stewart, Padmana Salunkhe, Adrija Rambhatla, Prathemesh Kulkarni, Rohiin Havre, Shunyu Tang, Joseph Bottsmonthly meetings that promote various German cultural events, including holidays, festivals and historyN/ANo, not typicallydnoll@cvschools.orgN/AN/AN/A
Girls Who CodeSarah Kellersekeller@cvschools.orgStudent led club for 9th-12th grade students to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. Clubs are completely free and offer fun activities through a flexible curriculum that adapts to your unique needs. This is offered via Zoom so that students at both CV9 and CVHS can attend! 30+9-12Every other Tuesday evening beginning on September 20th5:30-6:30 PMZoomAparna Raghu, Avanti Athavale, Laahini Addagatla, Akarshana RajeshStudent led club for 9th-12th grade students to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the
Golden Years ClubBobbi Loganblogan@cvschools.orgStudent led club that volunteers their time and talent at local nursing homes. Most events are entertainment (singing and dancing) for residents, but they also send letters, decorate for holidays, etc. Most importantly, the goal of the club is to end loneliness that many in nursing homes feel.50 +9-12(Second Thursday of the month3:00 pm- 3:40 pmRoom 262President- Roberta Haro Vice President- Ragy Ebeid Treasurer- Amer Banawan Secretary- Esha Shah Publicity Officer- Toni SenosEvents at Artis, Promedica, VibraLifeDuck Donuts- % of sales Chipotle- % of salesYesSchoology Group- Golden Years Club@thegoldenyearsclub
Health & Nutrition Science ClubZachary Strohzstroh@cvschools.orgIn the duration of our meetings, we will be having guest speakers, self-affirmation activities, and educational seminars which relate to our club's overarching theme.
History Club
HOSAKristin Shumwaykshumway@cvschools.orgStudent led club that explores all fields realted to health occupations. Students bring in speakers and prepare for annual competition to demonstrate understanding and skills in specific areas of medicine. 1409-12Monthly3-4pmRoom 170President: Shivani Venkatesh VP: Arnav Chatrathi Secretary: Lauren Diaz Treasurer: Bhav Singh Historian: Shreya Satheesh Communications Manager: Akshita PiedyPennsylvania Student Leadership Conference (SLC), National SLC@CVHOSA
Join Together CVCara Uhrichcuhrich@cvschools.orgJoinTogetherCV is dedicated to spreading awareness about and fighting a variety of intersectional social issues within the community. We focus mainly on gender-based inequality and inequity, their causes, and ways to combat them. We want to see more people join together against inequity.359-12Monthly3:05 PMRoom 266Some of the major activities of our club include participation in projects emphasizing and promoting women’s rights and other basic engaging activities that expand our members’ knowledge on the topic at
JROTC 10-12Ryan Seagreavesrseagreaves@cvschools.orgTo motivate young people to be better citizens. Our Curriculum includes citizenship, learning how to lead, study skills, communication skills, nutrition, physical fitness, first aid, personal finance, map skills, geography, and history.5510-12 ONLYDailyNEST: 10:19 am - 11:00 amJROTC Wing
JROTC 9th GradeRyan Seagreavesrseagreaves@cvschools.orgTo motivate young people to be better citizens. Our Curriculum includes citizenship, learning how to lead, study skills, communication skills, nutrition, physical fitness, first aid, personal finance, map skills, geography, and history.309 ONLYAs NeededJROTC Wing
Key Club 10th GradeAnnie Polilloapolillo@cvschools.orgKey Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership 9-12First Wednesday of Each Month3:15 - 4:15CV 10-12 CafeteriaShreya Budakoti and Neeha Lakkaraju
Community and School ServiceYescvsdkeyclub@gmail.com
Key Club 11th GradeAnnie Polilloapolillo@cvschools.orgKey Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership 9-12First Wednesday of Each
3:15 - 4:15CV 10-12 CafeteriaShreya Budakoti and Neeha Lakkaraju
Community and School ServiceYescvsdkeyclub@gmail.com
Key Club 12th GradeAnnie Polilloapolillo@cvschools.orgKey Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership 9-12First Wednesday of Each
3:15 - 4:15CV 10-12 CafeteriaShreya Budakoti and Neeha Lakkaraju
Community and School ServiceYescvsdkeyclub@gmail.com
Key Club 9th GradeAnnie Polilloapolillo@cvschools.orgKey Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership 9-12First Wednesday of Each
3:15 - 4:15CV 10-12 CafeteriaShreya Budakoti and Neeha Lakkaraju
Community and School ServiceYescvsdkeyclub@gmail.com keyclub
KMO- Knowledge Masters OpenAnne Marie Milleramiller@cvschools.orgAcademic competition for Special Interest students259-12by invitationannual eventannual event294NAacademic competitionN/Anoamiller@cvschools.orgN/AN/AN/A
LGBTQ+ Student AssnChuck Emigcemig@cvschools.orgA chance for members of the LGBTQ+ community (and allies) to meet, make connections, discuss issues of importance to them, and support each other.3010-12 ONLY1st Wenesday of the Month3:15-4:15CVHS LGIN/AN/AWe plan to this keckroth@cvschools.orgN/AN/AN/A
LifeSmartsAnne Marie Milleramiller@cvschools.orgAcademic competition 5-109-12scoresonce or twice monthlyafter school292NApractice independently and as a team to qualify for continued levelsN/Anoamiller@cvschools.orgN/An/an/a
Literacy Matters ClubValerie"The club will help raise awareness about refugees in the U.S.
We will help refugees feel more comfortable in their new environment by teaching them how to read and write in English along with many other basic skills. "
Mega Math Modeling ChallengeAnne Marie Milleramiller@cvschools.orgAcademic competition 1010-12 ONLYby invitationAcademic competitionafter school292N/Apractice independently and as a team to qualify for continued levelsn/anoamiller@cvschools.orgN/AN/AN/A
Memory Team/ USA Memory Team Anne Marie Milleramiller@cvschools.orgAcademic competition 209-12by invitationAcademic competitionafter school292N/Apractice independently and as a team to qualify for continued levelsn/anoamiller@cvschools.orgN/AN/AN/A
Mini-THONRoy Stanleyrstanley@cvschools.orgCV Mini-THON is a student run organization that raises money for Four Diamonds and their fight against pediatric cancer. 10-12 committee members are picked in in the spring of the year before, and 9th grade committee members are picked in the fall of the current year.300+9-12ApplicationAs needed. 3:15 - ??242 or 148 or 243 or PAC2023 Overalls: Kaleb Desso, Jess Hutcheson, Emma MillerFundraising and spreading awareness of Four Diamonds and its mission.Tailgate/Gold out, 5k, Golf Outing, THON Factor, Mr. Mini-THON Pageant, CV Mini-THONYes.
Mock TrialBrian Bullockbbullock@cvschools.orgMock Trial is a club that allows students to learn and understand the legal field up close and personal!! Students receive a case each year (Sometimes Criminal or Civil) from the Young Lawyers division of the PA Bar Association. Students then prepare their case with the help of our Lawyer Team and then compete against other schools in an actual Trial. Some students will do Opening Statements, Direct Examinations, Cross Examinations, and Closing Arguments. Other students will play the role of believable Witnesses. Students will be graded in their performance vs other schools and can move on to District Champs, Regional Champs, and States.389-12none, show up, do have Tryout PartsAs needed3:10Room 281Mina Ghani - Captain, Wasi Ullah - Captain, Daniel Malinich - CaptainPittsburgh Tournament, Penn Tournament
Neuroscience Todd Harraltharral@cvschools.orgDiscuss and engage in activities that are within the realm of the study of the bioloigical aspect of human behavior. For those who are interested in extending their knowledge in Psychology and neuroscience.409-12tbd3-4252tbd
NHSKeith EnsmingerKensminger@cvschools.orgNational Honor Society120Candidates 11, Members 12Once a month, typically WednesdayNESTPAC
NWLHSChristina Stoshackcstoshack@cvschools.orgNational World Language Honor Society7510-12 ONLYapplication and eligibilityInduction, Language/Culture Promotional ActivitiesN/ANo
Odyssey of the MindAnne Marie Milleramiller@cvschools.orgAcademic competition149-12invitationonce or twice monthlyafter school292N/Apractice and preparation for competition to qualify to move on in levelsn/anoamiller@cvschools.orgn/an/a
Outdoors ClubKeith Kintzelkkintzel@cvschools.orgThis club organizes and partakes in various outdoor activities particularly trail hiking.1010-12meeting attendanceTBD3:05 AM146
Teddy Rothman (President), William Nichols (Vice President), William Dussinger (Vice President), Pierce Chesney (Secretary
Fishing trips, hikes, rock climbs, and anything else that is
Pad ProjectNatalie Leitzellnleitzell@cvschools.orgWorking to raise awareness for the sanitary hygiene of women in developing countries and our local community.20-509-12Monthly, TBA3:05 PM243/273President: Ola Gradzka@cvpadproject
Party Games ClubRobert Newararnewara@cvschools.orgGroup of students who get together to play board/card games, including Codenames, Flux, Deception, Resistance, Coup, Spyfall, etc. CV Party Games Club hosts a variety of party games ranging from board games, card games, and online party games in order to connect students at CV. Join us to socialize, make friends, and have fun!20-309-12None4th Monday of Month3-4pmHS Room 158Presidents: Kevin Zhu, Laurren Miller
Vice President: Luke Schmalz
Secretary: Audra Murphy
Public Relations: Sarah O’Connor
General Board: Junfeng Pan
Students socialize and play a variety of party games.
Students are permitted to bring their own games if they seek approval from a club officer.
Patriots ClubPete Mashinskipmashinski@cvschools.orgOur focus is to celebrate veterans and active duty service members through an on site program with dinner before Veterans Day.This varies, but we can use many students for the program to be a success.9-12TBD
Photography ClubShaun Bollingersbollinger@cvschools.orgPhoto Club is a student-lead group that offers students the opportunity to explore various forms of photography through themed shooting challenges & discussions.Aditi Sanghvi
Pokemon ClubConor Hoffmanchoffman@cvschools.orgTo trade, talk, and play Pokemon Trading Card Game, games, and watch TV shows and Movies8, Starting up9-12NoneTBDTBDHigh School, TBDGrason Delgato, Chase OrbanPlayin Pokemon games, trading card game, watching favorite eiposes or films.
Quiz BowlBradley Sweigartbsweigart@cvschools.orgThe club will be to prepare for the remote Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl competition in February. At the meetings, we will be doing practice tests and quizzes to prepare for the competition.
Red Cross ClubCorinne Nealycnealy@cvschools.orgRed Cross club is a community service organization where students are given an opportunity to help those in need.Approx. 909-12Come to meetings; engage in hour opportunitiesMondays (once per month)3:00 - 3:30 pmRm 170 (High School)Adrija Rambhatla (President), Simran Kulkarni (Vice President), Precious Mbanwi (Secretary), Aria Mody (Outreach Officer), Evangeline Lamichhane (11th grade volunteer coordinator), Son Le (10th grade volunteer coordinator)Community Service in Relation to the Red Cross
Rugby ClubBoys: Wes Beard Girls: Coach ennifer.m.stratton@outlook.comRugby is an inclusive sport that is growing in popularity throughout the country. This unique and fun game will give you the opportunity to develop your athleticism, enjoy a contact sport, and start to play a sport you can play through college and enjoy for a lifetime. Tryouts are not required – all are welcome.9-12Training has started, with practices Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm-6pm throughout the fall, ending the first week of November 2022. Tournaments/games are held on Sunday. Rugby will start again in March/April 2023 for the spring season.
Science OlympiadChris Irvincirvin@cvschools.orgScience Olympiad is a club that provides students who love science the opportunity to learn more about their favorite fields of science and to compete alongside their classmates who share the same interest60-709-12meeting attendanceTuesdays3:15 PMEagle View Room 414President: Pari Rajesh; VP: Farhan Ahmad; Secretary: Anna Tokle; Treasurer: Akash Sarode; Coordinator: Brett RussottoCompetes in various tournaments, fundraisers, hosts a tournament for middle school participants (Eagle Invitational - Feb 11, 2023)Getrude Hawk sales, t-shirt sales, double good popcorn, membership dues ($30), Eagle Invitational (registrations & concessions)Nocirvin@cvschools.org
Ski & Snowboard ClubTodd Harraltharral@cvschools.orgRun a weekend ski trip to New England. 40-809-12
Jen Whiteheadjwhitehead@cvschools.orgtbdtbd243
Soccer ClubMrs. McCain and Ms. Edgerlyamccain@cvschools.orgPlay outdoor pick up soccer games, watch games, talk about soccer9-12Wednesday3:00-4:00pmRugby Field or Room 236
Social Justice UnionJason
Sound of HealingJennifer Schrammjschramm@cvschools.orgSound of Healing Club provides musical performances for those in local nursing homes, retirement homes and Hospitals. Our goal is to soothe and bring joy to the sick and elderly through musical performances! All CV Musicians are invited to join the club, with the understanding that each performance must be auditioned and cleared through Mrs. Schramm.
SpikeballBrendan Labrablabra@cvschools.orgSpikeball club is a recreational club that is focused on playing and teaching spikeball to students of various skill levels. We have two tournaments throughout the year and multiple Wednesday "hit arounds"15-309-12WednesdaysAfter School218/Drainage FieldPresident: Cassidy Nuss
Student Ambassadors (ITO)Kim Baldwinkbaldwin@cvschools.orgStudent Ambassadors are focused on assisting new students transitioning to CVHS. Student Ambassadors serve as tour guides and mentors to new students and help foster a postive school culture. Student Ambassadors will host activities for new students and/or school at large that help students make connections with others (ITO).3810 - 12application, acceptance and meeting attendanceNEST for Student Ambassadors and after school for any ITO related activitiesNestLGILeaders - Meredith Seber, Varsitaa Gunaseelan, Addison Firestone, and Anneli Helgren
Ashley Broody
Student Council 10-12Gena Nowicki-McVittygnowickimcvitty@cvschools.orgThe members of the student council, strive to represent the student body, encourage student participation in school-wide events, and maintain a strong sense of service. We will promote internal harmony; provide service to the student body; stimulate and recognize outstanding achievement; and promote the general welfare of the school.5010-12 ONLYNest for Student Council MembersNestCafeteriaPresident: Sammi Blocher Vice-President: Anneli Hellgren Secretary: Lauren Honeysett Treasurer: Simran Kulkarni PR/Historian: Katelyn FordActivities Fair Fair Homecoming Food Drive 12 Days of the Holiday Season Declaration Day Cultural Celebration Senior Pretzels Senior SunriseHomecoming Candy Grams Wooden
Student Council CV9Dana Bowersdbowers@cvschools.orgThe members of the CV9 student council will work in tandem with the Student Council 10-12, striving to represent the students at CV9 and make them feel a part of the entire High School experience even though they are in a separate building, encouraging CV9 student participation in school-wide events. The CV9 Student Council will also work to create a Freshman Class Unity.509 Grade onlyEagle Academy for Council Cabinet and Club Days for General Assembly MembersPeriod 9 Eagle Academy Club DaysRoom 203 for Cabinet and Fireplace Commons for Club DaysFood Drive/Homecoming/Candy Grams/Days of the Holiday Season/Freshman FarewellYes, at CV9 only
TSAJason Kofmehljkofmehl@cvschools.orgThe 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. The club focuses on Regional and State competitions. Students must take a Technology & Engineering, Agricultural Sciences, or Computer Science course in 9-12 to be eligible or be a member in Middle School. 909-12Wednesdays3-4HS-136• President Shubham Gupta
• Vice President Vikram Kakaria
• Secretary Adithan Kumar
• Treasurer Veer Shah
• Sergeant At Arm Sharan Thirunavukkarsu
• Reporter Adrian Maliackel
• Parliamentarian- Poorvi Parikh
Historian- Laahini Addagatla
UNICEFJason Haleyjhaley@cvschools.orgThe UNICEF High School Club program is a youth-led initiative that partners with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate and fundraise to support UNICEF’s lifesaving work. It is a growing movement rooted in a belief that students have a vital role to play in helping the world’s children survive. The initiative supports UNICEF’s work in more than 190 countries and territories, because students have a unique opportunity to involve members of their community in global humanitarian issues.
Unified SportsJustin Flickingerjflickinger@cvschools.org9-121x a month NestShane Griffiths and Justin Flickinger
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Women's History ClubJoanne Beaverjbeaver@cvschools.orgStudent led club that presents information on women in history and discusses current topics on women's issues. All are welcome and encouraged to attend to learn about this often overlooked part of history.159-12NoneWednesday after school3:10-4:00HS Room 217Keerthana Sontyana; Kira Bomboy; Olivia JonesyesSchoology Group Join Code: WM73-9M5K-DBDH3
Young Democrats of CVDarlene Dierwechterddierwechter@cvschools.orgStudent led club that discusses current political topics and the impact on students' lives. Members of any political leaning are welcome and debates are encouraged. 309-12None Tuesdays (as announced)3:10 pm - 3:45 pmHS Room 150Daniel Blumenthal, President; Wasi Ullah, Vice-President; Mina Ghani, Media Manager; Alijah Lavoie, Secretary; Arthur Phillips, Student AdvisornoneyesEmail Dan Blumenthal: