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CLUBS & ACTIVITIESDAYTIMEROOMGradesInformationSPONSOR
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American Sign Language (ASL) HonorsMonthlyTBDE112/114ASL 2 and above$30 fee. ASLHS provides service to the school and community while promoting the American Sign Language and culture.
Rochelle Harvieux and Aaron Fontatine
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AnimeWednesdays3:00-4:00 PMC204All Grades$15 fee. Even if you have no idea what Anime is, come join us! We have a wide variety of activities, including: watching new Anime shows and movies, fun crafts, playing improv and trivia games, and much more! Anime Club is a place to hang out and share your love of awesome things, or find something completely new to love.Mike Weldon
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Archery ClubEvery Other Tuesday3:30-4:30 PMRon King Trail, Littleton, CO 80125, or C122All GradesDo you have an interest in bows and arrows? Have you ever wondered if you could split an arrow like Robin Hood? The Grizzly Archery Club is meant for both experts looking to sharpen their skills or even beginners looking for a place to start shooting. Join us on any of these dates from 3:30 to 4:30 at the Highlands Ranch outdoor range, or contact griffinwitty@gmail.com for more information. Be sure to also sign up for the remind app by texting "trarc" to 81010.Chris Hecker
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BBQ ClubWednesdays3:00-4:00 PMD205All GradesIntroduce and cultivate love of BBQ. Hope to compete some day. First Meeting 11/10/2021Heather Carnes
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Bible StudyFridays7:00 AMF224All GradesNo fee. We meet weekly for a quick study and prayer to start our day. Student sponsor: Payton WininghamLynn Smith and Jennifer Szliagyi
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BroadcastingTues/Thurs and FridaysTBDE204All GradesFee. To create content that will inform and entertain the TRHS population. Additionally, to develop skills needed for digital broadcast careers and activities. Gives a creative outlet for students to express themselves as well as be part of the TRHS community. The program helps to give technical skills for broadcasting and production as well as life skills which include interviewing, collaboration and time management.Jason Mercado
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Bullet Journaling ClubLast Tuesday of Every Month7:00 AME203All GradesNo fee. We get together to share pages from our bullet journals, discuss washi tapes, new markers and pens, and page ideas! Student Sponsor: Fatima Salman.Olivia Holland
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Chess ClubTuesdays3:00-4:00 PMLibraryAll GradesTo provide a place for students to pursue chess in whatever aspect(s) they wish: to play the game casually, to play competitively, to learn how to play, to improve their play, or to have fun.Paul Rafac
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Creative WritingMonthly TBDTBDE211All GradesNo fee. “It was a dark and stormy night... “ Who doesn’t have a story idea? Once a month we will meet either before or after school to kick around ideas, test out plotlines and story starters, talk character development, and the importance of that “dark and stormy” or “pleasant and warm” setting in a relaxed environment. We’ll share writing successes and “not-so-successes” and search for contests to enter. Student Sponsor: Kaitlyn Sarver.Anthonette Klinkerman
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Desire to LeadMonday evenings/Thursday mornings
Weight Room/Zoom
All GradesDeveloping leadership skills in student-athletes to help improve the cultureMark Carnes
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Disc Golf1-2 Times/WeekTBDCommonsTBDMeet during the week to practice and determine which course to play on Saturday. Student Sponsor: Connor BrandtKelly Luenenborg
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DECAWeekly or BimonthlyTBDE217All Grades$30 fee. Students practice skills in class in real world situations through role plays and written events.Gen Bennett
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eSportsTBDTBDTBDAll GradesNo fee. Establish an eSports team sponsored through CHSAA. Provide a competitive outlet for students who enjoy playing video games.Nick Bidinger
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Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)2nd & 4th Tuesdays7:15 AMC213All Grades$65 fee. Competition and support for FACS classes and students.Rachel Rants and Bailey Williamson
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)See Teacher/SponsorTBDF221All GradesThe Fellowship of Christian Athletes club invites ALL students, not just athletes. We would like to meet once a week for prayer and fellowship and we support our other teams and clubs with positive messages and prayer.Lynn Smith
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French National Honor Society (FNHS) 3rd Friday of each month7:15 AME203French 3 or above$30 fee. We provide service to the school and community while promoting the French language and culture.Olivia Holland
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Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)Tuesday mornings, 2x per monthTBDC217All Grades$30 fee. FBLA is a business-focused club which helps students understand professional careers and prepare for their future. This is a hands-on club with numerous activities throughout the year such as the Stock Market Challenge and Mock Trial.Eric Allmendinger
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Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)Thursdays3:00-4:00 PMPost Grad Center (in Library)All GradesNo fee. School-provided safe space for LGBTQ high schoolers and allies. Students and allies alike meet to discuss current issues, and attend activities that help to promote equity and unity for anyone who belongs to or supports the Community.Amanda Wlezien & Kristen Kovack
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Highlands Ranch Junior Cycling Team (HRJC)Practices: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays
5:00 - 7:00 PM
N/AAll GradesFees to participate. All information can be found on the hrcycling.org website. The locations change but typically start at Mountain Vista High School west lot and Rock Canyon High School lot.hrcycling.org
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Hiking ClubSaturdays Bimonthly9:00 AMArea TrailheadsAll GradesNo fee. The Hiking Club was created during the COVID shutdown to get kids out and about w/ their friends. Club members join the Remind class and schedule area hikes bi-monthy. All are welcome! Trailheads can be crowded so we encourage carpooling as possible. Student Sponsor: Alaina DeVille. Remind - Send a text to 81010 Text this message @trhshiMatt Paisley
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HOSA-Future Health Professionals of AmericaMonthlyTBDE202All GradesNo fee. Guest speakers from Healthcare Field to discuss potential future career paths of students. Student Sponsor: Maddie BassettJonathan Hebel
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International Thespian SocietyCheck the call board (outside B213) or listen to announcements for future meetings.TBDAuditoriumAll Grades$30 fee. Students practice skills in class in real world situations through role plays and written events. There are so many ways to be involved in theatre. Kids can audition to be an actor in the show, or they can tech backstage. Teaching includes building sets, costumes, lights, sound, painting and props. WebsiteKylene Hurley
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Jiu-Jitsu Mondays3:00-4:15 PMC111/Lower CAll GradesNo fee. Fitness and Mental health. Runs from August 30, 2021-February 16, 2022Matt Paisley
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Key ClubFridays BimonthlyMobile #4All Grades$30 fee. This club brings more community service and awareness to our school and will bring a sense of pride, integrity, and gratitude to the students. First meeting on 10/8/2021. Student Sponsors: Stella Pickett, Sreehitha Sajja, and Isha ThakkarJoey Cohen
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Knitting & Crochet ClubMondays7:00-7:30 AMB201All Grades$15 fee. It's a happy, easy going club to help kids connect and learn an old and comforting craft. Any student can join knitting and crochet club, regardless of experience. Come by and we'll share our supplies and knowledge!Anne Morris
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Link CrewN/AN/AN/A11th & 12thNo fee. We provide support to the new freshman class each year! (Application process each spring, open to sophomores and juniors for the following school year.)Samantha Gillmore & Jennifer Brant
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Marching BandMonday/WednesdayTBDB210All grades$200 fee. Participate in Marching Band SeasonAdam Terry
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Marine Biology ClubWednesdays, once per month3:15 - 4:15PME202All gradesWe are bringing awareness of waterway pollution in our region and how even a land-locked state can have impacts on ocean health. Also, providing an opportunity for students that wish to further study Biology topics and potential careers. We will be working with Oceans First Institute to monitor microplastic pollution in our waterway. They will be running trainings for us in sampling techniques, processing samples, and analyzing results for microplastic pollution around our community. Once they finish the trainings, we will continue the work and provide data to them. Meetings start on February 9th.Jonathan Hebel
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Mock TrialWeekly TBDC217All grades$30 fee.To learn about law and compete against other schools in a trial based competition. Allow student to compete academically and learn about career options. Eric Allmendinger
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Model United NationsTuesdays3:00 PMC112All gradesModel United Nations is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically roleplay delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. Students will compete in competitions across the state roughly once a month. Through Model UN you will develop skills in researching, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.Andy Nolen
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National Art Honor Society (NAHS)See Teacher/SponsorTBDC123All Grades$30 fee. Community Service, Personal Art Projects, Growth as Artists.Kim Chlumsky and Nicole Niederman
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National Honor Society (NHS)Once a month6:30-7:30 PMLibrary 11th & 12th$30 fee. Meeting dates: 9/1, 9/29, 10/26, 11/17, 1/26, 2/23, 3/23, and 4/13. WebsiteOlivia Holland
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National Spanish Honor Society (NSHS)Thursday mornings, bimonthly7:10 AMMobile #111th & 12th in Spanish 4 & 5$30 fee. Provides students the opportunity to learn about Spain and Latin American Culture, get involved in school and community activities and provide tutoring for lower level Spanish students.
Anne Halliday and Noemi Prusiewicz
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NewspaperOdd/All Days3rd PeriodC220All GradesNo fee. Release a newspaper covering current events and interests of the school and students. Corey DeGoey
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No Place for HateTBDTBDF224All GradesNo fee. No Place for Hate is an award-winning student leadership program designed to support ALL students, teachers, staff and families of the ThunderRidge feeder area. We plan, organize and implement a few different school-wide events that focus on inclusivity, acceptance, and tolerance. Our student leaders are a strong voice in our school and community and are able to stand up for those that need help, support or a voice. Students that are interested in being a student leader will need to schedule an interview with Mrs. McCague. Jessica McCague
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PeaceJamWednesdays3:00-4:00 PMC203All Grades$5 fee. Service related to Environmental and Social Justice. Stephanie Mills
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ProStartWednesdays3:00-4:00 PMD20510th, 11th, 12th$30 fee. Promote ProStart, cater outside events and competition. Starts 10/1/2021Heather Carnes
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Rock Climbing ClubTBDTBDTBDAll Grades$30 fee. This is a club for any level of rock climber. We have total beginners and students who have been climbing for years. We will teach you everything you need to know, and you have the option to compete against students from other schools. Starts 9/27/2021Meghan Albright and Chris Hannaford
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Skateboarding Video ClubTuesdays3:00-4:00 PMC220All GradesNo Fee. Since skateboarding is not a CHSAA sport, we want to give students a chance to skate and be a part our their school and have some fun. We will also make videos of everyone in the club skateboarding and learn about video editing while at school. Student Sponsor: Graham JensonDavid Rauh
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Student Coalition for Racial Equality (SCORE)Fridays3:00-4:00 PMPost Grad Center (in Library)All GradesNo fee. SCORE’s main purpose is to help start the conversation pertaining to racism, microaggressions, black history, and the experience of students at ThunderRidge High School. Student Sponsor: Emmi SullivanEric Valerio and Kim Evans
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Speech and DebateTuesdays & ThursdaysTBDE204All Grades$100 Fee. Work on public speaking and debate skills as well as competitions vs other schools.Jason Mercado
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Sports MedicineDailyTBDAthletic Training RoomAll Grades$30 fee. Students in the Sports Medicine Club get an opportunity to learn about the field of Athletic Training and be involved in the care and preparation of the athletes at TRHS. Students get an opportunity to attend practices and games and be on the sidelines of all of the athletic events that are covered. David Whitelock
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Student GovernmentSchool DayN/AC118All GradesNo fee. Leadership development. WebsiteThomas Sullivan
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Tabletop Gaming ClubTuesdays3:00-4:00 PMLibraryAll GradesNo fee. Play any of non-electronic, school appropriate games. Members usually bring their own games, such as D&D, Magic, Ticket to Ride, Pandemic, Munchkin, cards, etc. Meet new people, nerd out, have fun! Student Sponsor: Vanessa Watson. Stephanie Sjoland
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Technology Student Association (TSA)Thursdays3:00 PMC217All Grades$30 fee. This club works on group technology and engineering projects to compete in the state conference in February.Eric Allmendinger
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Tri-M Music Honor SocietyBiweeklyTBDB210/B20210th, 11th, 12thNo fee. Tri-M stands for Modern Music Masters and is a club for all music students to get together and enjoy sharing their passion for music! This club was started to encourage the Band, Orchestra, and Choir students to work together and promote collaboration and empathy in our community through music.Ryan Wolterstorff and Adam Terry
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Twisted Page Book ClubMonday3:00-3:30LibraryAll GradesTo share a love of reading, find new books, and talk about books. Everyone is welcome, even if they haven't read the book. Student Sponsor: Molly WoernerStephanie Sjoland
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Unified1st Tuesday of the Month3:00 PMC200All Grades$30 fee. Our club is all about inclusion and provides leadership opportunities for all students. We plan after school activities once a month where we go and have fun and build friendships with our students with intellectual and physical disabilities.Sam Wheatley and Ashley Ives
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YearbookOdd/All Days5th PeriodC220All GradesNo fee. Create YearbookCorey DeGoey