MHS Clubs & Organizations List 2019-20
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NameDescriptionFaculty AdvisorRequirementsMeeting Dates & TimesMeeting LocationMember DuesSubject to Random Suspicionless Drug Testing
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AIMLucy Croakman
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Anime ClubFor students who share a love of the Japanese animated shows and culture. Students watch their favorites together and many share a love of the artwork as well.Denise KellyNoneEvery other Monday from 2:45-3:30, in general. Email Mrs. Kelly for the schedule.A245noneNo
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Art ClubArt Club students meet and share their love of Art while creating different projects throughout the year. We participate in community projects such as creating a booth for Park View's Trunk O' Treat, as well as help with other projects throughout the year such as props for dances. $20.00 dues includes an Art Club t-shirt which we will tie-dye in one of our meetings and wear for our Club Picture.Debbie HauffNoneEvery other Tuesday from 2:45-3:45A153$20No
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ASLCAmerican Sign Language ClubCaroline HocuttNone1st & 2nd Monday of each monthA315$10No
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Astronomy ClubLearn more about the universe around us through persoanl study and group discussionsB. SpallinoNoneWeeklyTBANoNo
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Bass ClubStudents meet to fish and compete against other high school bass teams across the state & country.David Sharpe J.J. MorseNoneTBDB244No Members that compete must pay registrationYes
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Beta ClubA service club for students with a GPA 3.7 or higher, with community service and leadership.3.7 unweighted GPATBDTBDNo Yes
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Book ClubThe MHS Book Club promotes young adult literacy and is comprised of a group of students who enjoy reading books. Not only do members discuss books, but they also provide recommendations to other students, select books for displays, and help with book fairs or author visits. Kristi Brawley & Erin StuttsNoneMonthly at 2:45pmMedia Center$10 donation for books and refreshmentsNo
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Chick-Fil-A Leader AcademyA leadership development and service orientated programLindsay Smith, Dewey BustleApplication and selection3rd Monday of the month (2:45 - 3:30)A238NoneNo
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Code HeadsProgramming Kristi Brawley NoneTBDMedia CtrNoNo
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Cothurnus Drama ClubDrama club for those who enjoy theatre arts.Ron HigdonNone2:45-3:30 (specific dates TBA)A168$5No
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Dungeons & Dragons (D&D)This is a club for all those looking to play Dungeons and Dragons or other tabletop role-playing games to come together and enjoy an adventure together.Shaun BockNoneTwice a month (Friday’s) in the chorus roomChorus Room or A330NoNo
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Environmental Club Aims to raise awareness within MHS and surrounding community with regard to environmental issues through fun and exciting manners ; especially the importance of recycling and sustainable actions.Brianna Spallino & Louis Nocera NoneMonday @ 2:45pmA248NoYes
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Excel ClubService Club that is a nationally recognized service organization which focuses on Americanism, Child Abuse Prevention, and Community Service.Sherry Montero None2nd Tuesday of Every Month; 2:45 p.m.B216$15No
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FBLAFuture Business Leaders of America inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.Ashley Ericson, Heather Cook, and Ron BostCurrently enrolled in a CTE business course during the current school year or already completed 2 business courses in high school. Some marketing courses and/or other CTE classes will also meet this requirement. 1st or 2nd Monday of each monthB223$12Yes
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FCAFellowship of Christian AthletesBen Watson, Lucy Croakman, Jordan Black, Kathy Black, Olivia Strupp, Leslie Byers, Jay Clark, Cindy WatsonNoneEvery Thursday at 6:45amOld Chorus Room @ Magnolia$10 (optional)No
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Football Sepcial OpsIncrease productivity of the football team including services beyond the school buildingThad WellsNoneTBATBaNoNo
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French Cluba club for french Caroline HocuttNone2nd Tuesday of each monthA31510No
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Frisbee ClubUltimate FresbeeSherry Montero NoneWeeklyTBDNoNo
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Gay/Straight AllianceA safe haven for students of diverse backgrounds to connect with others and share their experiences.Michelle Honsa and Donald PetersNoneEvery Thursday 2:45-3:30A154NoNo
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Helping Hand SocietyTo lend a hand to those in need. To be a light to those in darknessEmma BoyceNoneTBATBANoNo
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HOSA—Future Health ProfessionalsThis is a student led organization that builds leadership,teamwork, knowledge, and service as it relates to the health care community.Laurel Andrews, Jennifer Boniface, Deja BurksNoneMonthly- 3rd Thursday of each month 2:45pm-3:45pm and activities in betweenMagnolia$20Yes
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JSA (Junior States of America)_Students come to weekly meetings to discuss current events, debate controversial issues, educate and involve themselves and their peers in politics and government. A Junior State Chapter is a great addition to any high school community: it allows students to express their opinions in a comfortable environment, develop leadership skills, and is also a great supplement to the school’s social studies curriculum. Eaton, SolanoNoneMondays @ 2:30 as of nowB230$5No
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Link CrewFreshman transition program Lindsay Smith, Jordan Black, Kelsey Agarapplication and selectionAs needed and during advisoryA238NoNo
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Marching BandMarching BandJoshua StevensonAuditionTuesday/Thursday 6:00pm - 9:00pmBand RoomYes (contact Mr. Stevenson)Yes
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MASD-Mooresville Athletic Skills DevelopmentWe help youth on the Autism Spectrum with sports clinics.Tim SmithNoneAs neededA341NoNo
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MHS HeroesA club designed to promote interaction with high schoolers and the community while striving to aid charities.Shaun BockNoneWednesdays 2:45pmA330$5Yes
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MHS Junior CivitansJunior Civitans is a civic and service oriented club that is a junior club of Mooresville Civitans.Yevette Peveler and Renee ParkmanNone2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month at 2:45MHS Cafeteria$20-annual membershipNo
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Mock TrialStudents are assigned to a case that will be heard during a Mock Trial competition. The Mock Trial Team will prepare for the case over a 5 month period led by an experienced local Attorney (Ronnie Crisco). MHS will compete with other local High Schools during Regionals. Should MHS advance, the team will compete in the finals located in Raleigh. Mock Trial is a 5 month commitment.Tonya ParksNoneTBD: next meeting is 9/26 A329NoYes
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Mooresville Blue Diamonds Winterguard ProgramIndoor Guard that meets in class in the Spring (requirement for Varsity), and hosts rehearsals after school (usually Tuesdays and Thursdays). Group performs from November through the end of March. Emma BoyceEnrolled in class for Varsity, must attend auditions in NovemberTuesdays and Thursdays (schedule finalized before November)Magnolia GymContact Mr. GudgerYes
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Mu Alpha ThetaMath Honor SocietyErin TrahanAt least a B average in math classes, and must be enrolled in or have been enrolled in a math course higher than Math 3/AFM.Typically once a month with dates to be determined. Meetings are right after school until about 3:15.A268$15-new members $5-returning membersNo
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National Honor Society An organization that recognize and encourage academic achievement while also developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy.Michael Kelley and Yevette Peveler3.75 GPA . Hours of Community Service . Maintain Good Citizenship 3rd Monday of the month, 2:45pm, Cafeteria$20-new members $10-returning membersNo
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National Technical Honor SocityCTE Honor SocietySandy FowlerGPA, # of CTE classes completed, teacher recommendationAs needed; 4 times a yearMagnolia Campus$30No
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NJROTC Academic TeamNJROTC Academic Team competes with teams across the nationCharlie Gibson/Steve Tateenrolled in NJROTCAs neededNJROTC classroomNoYes
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NJROTC Athletic TeamNJROTC Athletic Team competes against other NJROTC units throughout the yearSteve Tate/Charlie Gibsonenrolled in NJROTCDuring Physical Training (PT) daysMHS trackNoYes
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NJROTC Color GuardNJROTC Color Guard competes against other units and presents colors at various eventsCharlie Gibson/Steve Tateenrolled in NJROTCAfter schoolDrill DeckNoYes
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NJROTC Drill TeanNJROTC drill team competes against other NJROTC unitsSteve Tate/Charlie Gibsonenrolled in NJROTCAfter schoolDrill DeckNoYes
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NJROTC Orienteering ClubOrienteering club (land navigation) competes against other unit 3-4 times a yearCharlie Gibson/Steve Tateenrolled in NJROTCFridays after school (once a month)NJROTC classroomNoYes
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NJROTC Rifle TeamNJROTC Rifle team competes throughout the year against other unitsSteve Tate/Charlie Gibsonenrolled in NJROTCAfter SchoolRifle RangeNoYes
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NJROTC Sea PerchNJROTC Sea Perch (underwater robotics) is a team that competes once a year against other NJROTC schoolsCharlie Gibson/Steve Tateenrolled in NJROTCAs neededNJROTC classroomNoYes
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Odyssey of the MindOdyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving program that engages students in their learning by allowing their knowledge and ideas to come to life in an exciting, productive environment. Participants build self-confidence, develop life skills, create new friendships, and are able to recognize and explore their true potential. OotM proves that students can have fun while they learn.Denise KellynoneEvery Thursday from 2:45-3:45.A245none currently...may change as the club growsNo
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Peer Advising Corp (PAC)Students in PAC coordinate with the college adviser to encourage and help other students apply to college, primarily by hosting fun events and fundraisers Ann KeatingNoneWednesdays 2:45-3:15Media CenterNoNo
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Pieter's PalsRaising awareness for pediatric cancerKaren MartinNoneTBDTBDNo
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Quiz BowlQuiz Bowl is a club that meets weekly and practices to for academic competition. Subjects covered include academic subjects (math, science, history, English), as well as sports, contemporary politics, current events, music and film. Erika AkelmanNoneEvery Tuesday 2:45-3:15A239NoYes
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Science National Honor SocietyMembers are selected after completing a detailed application.Tiffany DunnScience GPA of 3.75; overall GPA of 3.8 - unweightedAs neededA336$10No
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SkillsUSASkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure that America has a skilled work force. We help every student excel. SkillsUSA is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that is recognized as an integral part of the classroom by the OVAE. Tommy Chester, Christina Nuss, David Sharpe, Alison Joy, Robert Moore, John McFarland, and Tony BakerStudents had to have already taken a CTE course or plan to enroll in a CTE Course.As neededB130, B220, or A117E$35Yes
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Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (Spanish National Honor Society)The SHH is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP).
The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote interest in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian studies.
Completed Spanish 3 as a sophomore or junior, have a combined average of 95 or above in all Spanish classes, have an unweighted GPA of 3.5, have never failed any class due to attendance and must have never been referred for integrity issues in any class. **Students are sent an invitation for membership if they meet all requirements.**Usually once a month, on the last Thursday of the monthA316$25No
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Société Honoraire de FrançaisFrench Honors SocietyCaroline Hocutt3 levels of french with an A GPA for french class and a B GPA for other classesTBD based on student choice, at least once a montha315$20No
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SpikeballIntroduce and play Spikeball, a new sport/activity that requires a small space to paly on multiple surfaces.Jay ClarkNoneTBAA221NoNo
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SteadfastA Christian based club devoted to empowering students in their school and community. Club members meet to encourage one another through faith.Janeen Mayfield & Olivia StruppNoneEvery Thursday 2:45-3:15Room A302NoNo
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Student Diversity Ambassadors Students who bring awareness and acceptance to the differences within the student body of Mooresville High School. Kristi Brawley, Andre Foulks, Debbie Hauff, Caroline Hocutt, Anna Carpenter, Melissa LighNoneEvery other Thursday from 2:45-3:45Media Center$5No
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Student Government OrganizationStudent led organization that operates on behalf of the student body to coordinate events for all students at MHS. The club is open to all students and has an active membership.Meghan Black, Jenna Couchman, Katherine OsborneNoneMeet Thursdays as neededA319$5No
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Students Helping StudentsAssisting elementary and intermediate school students with academics and offering assistance to classroom teachers. Assist with school functions, such as holiday eventsKaren MartinNoneFirst Monday of every month at 2:30 in B229B229NoNo
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Unified Champion ClubBuilding friendships and supporting an all inclusive environment for all students- disability or not! Jenny Hall, Tammy WolfeNoneLast Thursday of the month 2:45A217 No Yes
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World History ClubPutting history in prespective and tutoring students.Terry ShinnNoneTBATBANoNo
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YearbookProduction class to create the yearbook.Allie ChapmanApplication, Teacher RecommendationDaily, 1st block 1st sem; 3rd block 2nd semA249NoNo
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Young ElitesGirls only club to build confident leadersTonya ParksGirls onlyWednesday Meetings once a monthA329NoNo
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YSACommunity service clubShaun BockNoneTBATBANoNo
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