Skyline Clubs & Organizations
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Name of ClubAdvisorsRoomDaysTimeDescription of ClubEmail of advisor(s)
Academic Resource Center(ARC)Lynne RichardsB324 iCommonsM,T,T2:25tutoring - giving and
Anime ClubAndy Walker/Keith FurryB429Fri2:40To enjoy Japanese anime and manga and share Japanese pop
Anti-Bullying ClubCheryl HallerB3291x per month2:40To help stop bullying in schools and around Michigan. To break the silence for people who can't speak up for themselves. Also, to encourage student leaders to speak up and develop a school culture free of
Art ClubSarah WinterA219Tue2:40Skyline Art Club strives to support all interests in Art, produce/exhibit works per 'live' and media efforts, and encourage individual Art expression.
Astronomy ClubCasey WarnerC412Tue2:45Fun and interesting education on a relevant and important topic for future inspiring astronauts and astronomers. We wll looking into the deep fields of space and possibilities of habitatability on another planet in our solar
Bass Fishing ClubCraig Jobe/Corey NowitzkeB427Thu2:40Get some people to meet and talk about fishing and go out to fish other days of the week. Hopefully leading to formation of a new,
Black Student UnionKay WadeC406Thur 2x/m2:40Stimulate research and discussions on issues affecting African Americans and other ethnic groups at Skyline. Support academic achievement. Encourage equity in the Skyline community
Board Game/Card Game ClubShelby Eaton & Dennis BrunzellC405Mon 2:45To bring students together to build relationships, practice ethics and engage in thought-provoking activities that require puzzle-solving skills and high-level thinking
Book ClubAmanda KorytkowskiA402Tue(once a month)2:45-3:45pmTo read and discuss classic literature. We will be reading novels we don't get to read in English classes at
Card ClubFrank GarciaC410Mon2:40 PMTo engage students in a fun and interactive activity that also teaches students to strategize and work together through games such as
Chess ClubJeff OleksinskiC310Tue2:40Play Chess, compete , learn,
Chinese Culture and Exchange Student ClubPingping LiuC409Thu2:45 PMA place for Chinese exchange students to be immersed with American culture and a place for Americans to understand Chinese culture. Chinese exchange students will be able to familiarize themselve with American customs, community, activities and vice
Choir CouncilLynn CieChanskiC104Tue7amChoir Council is a student government that supports all choir activities including student led fundraisers, SFA activities, performances and field trips.
Club de EspañolLisa PhillipsA407Mon2:45Speak Spanish and explore hispanic cultures through food, music, dance and much
Coding ClubJeff OleksinskiLibrary LabMon2:40Expose students to computer programming, allow opportunities to
Collaging ClubBrittany RayA306Mon(every other)2:50-4pmFor high school students that are feeling stresse or just in need of a good art session to come together and collage.
Community Service ClubTracy MathewsonA312Fri(once a month)2:40To provide students wih fun and meaningful volunteer jobs that can be hard to find by one's self. We strive to imrove our community through good works and foster connections with each other and with those around
Cooking ClubJeff FinnanA315Fri3pmLearn to cook health, fresh, yummy
Crew (Club Sport)Kit BennettCheck Athletic Officeclassic club
DECACraig JobeC205Mon2:45DECA is organized around an ambitious goal: to improve education and career opportunities for students interested in careers in marketing, management and entrepreneurship.
Diabetes Support GroupKristin MahlerTBDTBDTBDTo gather diabetic students together and create a supporting environment. Please contact Nurse Mahler for specific place and time
Environmental ClubTracy MathewsonA3122nd & 4th Mon; Starting 2nd tri2:45To educate and increase awareness about environment issues and to work to solve these issues in our school and
Equestrian Team (Club Sport)TBDTBATBATBAContact Ms. Adams in the Athletic Office
Euchre ClubJeff OleksinskiC310Mon2:45Rousing conversation over a friendly game of
Fiddling ClubJeff OleksinskiC310Wed2:40Learning and performing the traditional music of the world's
Film ClubJoe SamulakA411Thur2:40-4:15Make movies, watch movies, host a Film Festival, HAVE FUN!
Foreign Exchange ClubPingping LiuC409Mon2:45We help Foreign Exchange students adjust to school, help them make life long friends and make their overall American experience great. The club is for Foreign Exchange students and American
ForensicsLaura Sparrow A306Wed.2:40During practice times we select and prepare materials for speech competitions, where we compete against schools from all over the state of Michigan. A few of those are Greenhills, WIhi, Detroit Country Day, Father Gabriel Richard, Bloomfield Hills, and so on. This does a great job preparing kids to think on their feet and problem-solve with grace and strength-- no matter what kind of situation arises-- for the rest of their lives. Almost all jobs and careers benefit from speech experience, and for the past eight years Skyline has had a strong record, even on the state
French ClubLaura DavisA307Thur2:40Speak French, celebrate francophone culture through literature, current news, film and food.
Gardening ClubDusti VincentB401/outsideTue2:45The purpose of the Skyline Gardening Club is to maintain and grow our garden it the hopes of educating our school about healthy living and growing food. We want to create a sustainable garden that serves the school community and local
GIDASDusti VincentB401Fri2:40We study genetic diseases and fundraise for research conducted by scientists at various
Guild of the Literary ArtsJennifer Bryant-LenardonC411Tue2:40A platform for collaboration on writing and the expression of new ideas through both writing and
Health Occupations for Students of America-HOSADusti VincentB401Thu2:45To allow students to be actively engaged in the healthcare field through participation in competitive events, informational conferences and discussions with oth students and professionals in these interests. This promotes problem solving, organization and teamwork ability, which are all valuable skills that will be necessary for the future success of our
High School Democrats of America-HSDAAshley DuckerA405Tues2:40-3:40Our purpose is to encourage our peers to involve themselves in the political process as early as possible while making a difference in our community and furthering the interests of the Democratic Party.duckera@aaps.k12.mi.us
Inclusive ClubKelly CzajkaA304TBD2:30promote equity, social justice and caring at
InteractSunnie EsperC404Thur (bi-weekly)2:45Community service, Rotary Club
International Thespian Society Troupe 7400Anne-Marie Robertsauditorium, experiemental theatreTues2:45The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the Educational Theatre Association's student honorary organization. ITS recognizes the achievements of high school and middle school theatre students. Since 1929, EdTA has inducted more than 2 million Thespians into
Junior Statesmen of America (JSA)Corey NowitzkeC305Thur2:45We are Skyline's debate club; we educate, discuss, and debate hot social and political issues and work with the thousands of other JSA chapters at high schools all over the
K-ClubLisa PhillipsA407Tue2:45Uniting fellow KPOP fans at Skyline. We will watch K-dramas and have discussions about current events. Watch variety shows, listen to k-pop. Eat Korean food. Learn about Korean culture. Learn Hangul!. But most importantly raise awareness about issues in Korea/North
Language Exchange ProgramShelby Eaton and Senora AretzC309Thu2:45/late lunchThe purpose is to bring ELLs and students learning a foreign language together to share culture, language, and to help using peer
Latin ClubCollin GanioA404TueEarly lunchTo create an out of class environment for students to have fun and creative exposure to more
Link CrewRobert Shannon John LionbergerVariesVariesVariesLink Crew is a group of upperclassman who went through an application process to become LC Leaders, their job is to help guide and mentor freshman.
League of Legends ClubChris NaarC405Tue or Thu2:40To discuss and play League of Legends. We also provide free
Learn to Crochet ClubKathe HetterC312Thu2:50To teach high school students how to make blankets, scarfs, hand bags, etc. with just one
MedLifeCathy ChericoA308Mon2:40To educate the public about rural medical issues. Also, to raise money to help people in rural areas. Website for more info:
Mighty MindsJennifer PoolDTEP roomTue(every other)2:45Mighty Minds is an after-school program at Haisley Elementary in which 4th & 5th graders learn about a variety of topics from WWII to the human skeleton. This club is for lesson planning, as well as recruiting Skyline students who would like to be part of Mighty
Model Rocketry ClubDavid GreeneC317Tue2:50The purpose of the club is to design, build, test and launch solid & liquid fueled rockets with the goal of one day leaving Earth's atmosphere and exploring the
Model UNBrittany RayA306Tue2:40To learn about foreign policies, current global issues and how organizations such as the UN are working to solve
Modern EconomicsCraig JobeB427Tue/Wed3:00Analyze and discuss current markets, learn about stocks, understand investing, taxes, bills &
Muslim Student UnionAndy WalkerC210TBDTBDTo celebrate and explore Islam with devotion and service, and to build understanding and support while having fun through education, socializing, and
Next StepMichelle Wargo & Craig JobeC205Mon(bi-weekly)2:45To teach and prepare high school students for the next step in life. Also teaching them about safety, tolerance, education and preparation. People who join the club will help us educate
NHS (National Honor Society)Heather Schimmel; Dennis BrunzellAuditorium1 x per trimester2:45NHS is a student organization in which the members display and practice daily the 4 pillars of leadership, service, character, and scholarship.;
NOW (National Organization of Women)Emilee Kukulkab303Monday2:40A club that advocates and fundraises from Women and Human
Optimistic PrimeAmy McLoughlinTBDTBDTBDPeer-to-peer depression
Orchestra CouncilAndrea CowperC110Thu2:40To help plan and implement social activities for the Skyline Orchestras and to assist with administration tasks for the Skyline
Peer Connections (elective class)John LionbergerRotatesTues-FriDuring
Teens socialize with teens to model positive social behavior and
Photography Club & Graphic Design ClubMeredith GiltnerA215Mon2:45To allow students to practice and develop their photography skills through taking photographs, editing photographs and processing
The Pledge ClubBen Graham & Heather SchimmelSee counselorMonEarly & Late lunchesPledge Club Lunches are for students trying to stay sober or interested in preventing substance
Poetry ClubSat-Paul GoyalC304Thu2:40Read, appreciate, enjoy, create,
Project UnifyLisa PhillipsA4071st Tue of month 2:45To make Skylne a more inclusive school. Project Unify is affiliated with Special Olympics an works to connect stuent athletes and students with disabilities through fun activities. There is also a curriculum that could be used in Skytime to educate our community and get mre students
Queer Straight Alliance (QSA)Ross Dunbar, Kathi Kobylarz & Margaret HansA410Thu2:45 PMTo support all LGBTQ students and Allies at,
Quiz BowlNafziger and BondroffA309Mon2:30Academic trivia questions to prepare for tournaments. Trips. Fun.,
Red CrossRebecca GodekC302Th (bi-wkly)2:30Blood drive and other health related
SkysquadAmy McLoughlinB429MonVariesImplement restorative practices in
RoboticsDavid CouplandMakerWorks, 3765 Plaza Dr., A2 48108, and variousVariousVariousDesign, build, compete First RObotics, promote, website, career
Science OlympiadKathe HetterC316Thu(every other)2:40scientific research, and competition in related events and
Ski ClubCorey NowitzkeC305Tue(few times a month)2:45To get people together that enjoy skiing and to organize trips that we can go on
Skybox (student newspaper)Shelby Eaton and Serena KesslerC309Tuejournalism, social, writing, photography: Online and print newspaper for the Skyline
Skyline Barbell ClubBrandon BedingerWeight RoomM, W, FVaries(see Coach B calendar on under Training Room for times)To give students the option to improve their physical fitness and to learn proper lifting techniques without the commitment of a sports
Skyline CaresDiane AretzC308Wed2:50A form of peer to peer communicating where students could write letters asking for advice and a group of hand selected responsible, kind & empathetic students would reply. With the increase in failing freshmen this could prove helpful to struggling students.
Skyline Rock Climbing ClubAlberta BrittonPlanet RockMon & Thu3:00To educate students about the unique sport of rock climbing, while meeting new students, exercisingand expanding the climbing community at
Skyline StitchesYolanda TrustA311Mon2:45Students will develop or enhance the ability to do basic clothing alterations, make pillows for charity and other
Skyline Young LifeJason SmithOff CampusTue PM Wed AM7:30PM 6:15AMProvides a safe and fun place for Skyline Christians to develop relationships with friends and peers, share the love of their faith and connect, pray, learn and have fun with classmates that share familiar
SkyWellJeff BradleyB408Mon2:40Learn, reflect abd act on positive health
Social Awareness ClubAmanda KorytkowskiC308Thu2:50To provide a safe place for students to become educated and form opinions on current social topics like feminism, black lives matter, LGBTQ rights, etc. We would also keep up with the current presidential
Spanish ClubDiane SastreC407Thu3pmSpeak Spanish, learn and experience Spanish
Student Action Senate (Student Governance)Anne Bezeau, Suzanne DickieTBDTues2:40Student government, SLC Officers, Delegates represnt Skytimes, Committees: Activism, Spirit, Teaching & Learning. SHS Student,
Skyline High School TheatreAnne Marie RobertsC204, Auditorium Scene ShopTue2:40Play production - all aspects, competition:WE do awesome Theatre!
Standardized Testing ClubSerena KesslerA409Thu(every other)2:45To recognize the importance of standardized testing and to provide information to all. We also will providestudy materials-practice test sections, teacher taught lessons and study books- for every interested student at no
Students in GovernmentLisa PhillipsA407Fri2:45To inform students on political issues. To aid students in school related social studies classes. To get kids involved in politics starting at the local level. To help kids start petitions and get in contact with local elected
Think GreenCasey WarnerC412Wed2:45We want to help the environment and educate people about how this can be done. We are going to inform Skyline students on how to reduce their environmental impacts and carbon footprints!
Tri M (music honor society)Andrea CowperC110Thu7pmTri-M is a student organization in which the members display and practice daily the 4 pillars of leadership, service, character, and scholarship through their service to music and others.
UNICEF ClubFrank GarciaC410Tues (1st and 3rd of each month)2:40To partner with UNICEF to educate, advocate and fundraise in support of UNICEF. Programs will be held to inform students at Skyline about humanitarian efforts taking place around the world and how they can
VA(Veterans Affairs) ClubCatrina VaughnC306Thu2:40To help and volunteer for the VA Hospital, fundraise and donate to the hospital and to raise awareness about veterans. We will honor veterans from all wars and we hope to have veterans come in and talk to our club. We will educate, help and donate to veterans projects in hope of carrying on the tradition past
Volunteer Music ClubAndrea CowperC110Monday2:40Community service in a musical and fun way at events and locations: performs for hospitals & nursing homes,