HHIHS Clubs 2016-17
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Club NamePurposeAdvisorMeeting InfoLocationPresident#Members
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SNHSAdvocate scientific and intellectual thought. Advance the students' knowledge of classical and modern science. Communicate with the scientific community. Aid the civic community with its comprehension of science. Encourage students to participate in community service and in turn encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all. Encourage academic and professional pursuits in the sciences.Latesia Brinson4th Wed. ILTC120Rachel Ruth31
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HHIHS Interact Club
Service above self. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. For goals and constitution see attached paper.J. Weitekamper and M. Hartman2nd Tues. ILTMedia CenterTyler Stone
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Young Republicans
Encourage students to discuss politics and their conservative viewpoints, while also encouraging community involvement and civic responsibility.Hillary Helms4th MondayZ306Annalisa Wachtel
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Student Impact Club
Found by students in order to make a positive impact on others throughout the school and in the local community, through service based projects.Joel Klock3rd Wed. ILTB114Celia Balfour
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SADDSADD believes that to find the solutions to the big issues our teens are dealing with, the teens themselves must have a voice and they must be part of the solution. SADD exists to empower teens, to provide the tools they need to inspire positive action, to become leaders and role models, and to create a community-based approach to addressing the most critical issues that face teens today. Automobile crashes remain the number one killer of teens and until that statistic changes, SADD's core focus will be in traffic safety. However, we know that underlying issues often exist, which can influence driving behavior and decision making. We care about those issues, as well. Our students have a voice and they have asked for tools to address these other issues, including substance abuse, depression, suicide, and teen violence and bullying.Kimberlee Smith3rd Mon. ILTD103TBD13
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Seahawk GraphixAnnual Goals-To promote students graphic design experience and skills within the school community as well as outside through community projects and by entering graphic design competitions. By taking "commission" for graphic design work this will allow for students to have a real-world experience in the career field of graphic design.Kimberlee Smith4th Mon. ILTD103TBA12
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FCCLAThis club is a nationally recognized student run community service and leadership club.Phoebe MooreThursday after school 3:45-4:15Y202Abi Rasch
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GSA: Project Rainbow
The purpose for this club is to provide a support group for people dealing with their own sexuality, dealing with others not accepting their sexuality, and dealing with the sexuality of their freinds and family members. Also, to increase understanding and acceptance of various sexualities, throughout the school and community, through events and other activities. Christine Gray2nd Thurs.ILT and 4th Thurs. afterschool 3:50-4:50 Z300Camryn Colella26
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SGALead the school with initiatives, spirit, and leadership.Blake BishopConnectionsPE OfficeMatt Tobin20
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Project UnifyThe purpose of Project Unity is to bring schools youth with and without intellectual disabilities together through education and sports to create school communities of acceptance and respect.Janice Robinson2nd Mon. ILTZ303Sandy Phillips
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BETAThe purpose is the promotion of scholarship leadership, and good citizenship at the Hilton Head Island High School.Joshua Wall/Chris Love2nd Mon. ILTGymJackson Tomaszewski211
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Book ClubTo enjoy books together and encourage others to enjoy readingKaren Metropolis1st Wed. 1st part of ILT each monthMedia CenterAlexis Smythe 20
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Anime ClubTo learn about Anime, watch anime clips, read anime, and share anime with others.Karen Metopolis/Curtis Ewing2nd Tues. ILTMedia CenterShav'ae Johnson12
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HSDCTo learn about democratic values and share them with others so we grow as good citizens.Karen Metopolis1st Mon. ILTMedia CenterAndrew Awe13
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Science OlympiadThis is a competition consisting of 23 team events in the fields of life, personal and social sciences,earth and space science, physical science, chemistry, technology and engineering, and the nature of science. Competitions provide rigorous, standards-based competitions and emphasis is placed on active, hands-on-group participation. Students are exposed to practicing scientists and potential career choices. This allows students to become actively engaged in learning in an unconventional way, helping students develop science skills as well as problem solving and thinking skills. (All information is taken directly from Https://www.soinc.org/.) The mission of Science Olympiad is to "improve the quality of k-12 science education, increasing male, female and minority interest in science, creating a technologically-literate workforce and providing recognition for outstanding achievment by both students and teachers."Courtney Heath3rd Thurs. ILTA122Lauren Castner
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Pep ClubThe purpose of the Pep Club is to support the talents of students in our school as they compete or perform. Pep Club will promote school spirit by creating promotional banners, decorating for spirit week, joining the spirit parade, and particpating in Rock the Gate. Pep Club is open to all students and welcomes ideas to generate a feeling of pride and unity in our school.Beth MacMurray1st Tues. ILT and after school as announced to meet school spirit needsC108Madison Etchells
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FNHSFrench National Honor Society. The aim of this organization is to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote high standards of scholarship, to reward.Gwladys Dupont4th Tues. A106Jorge Torres Villalva
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NAHSNational Art Honor Society is driven to recognize those students who have shown outstanding ability in the field of art. Our goals will be to inspire students to strive for higher goals, help make the arts a core focus of our school, increase awareness of art as a viable aea within the total school curriculum, and celebrate art with artistically driven students who value the arts as a core focus of their lives.Patty Schoelkopf-Lewis3rd Mon. ILTD107Madi Methvin32
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9th Grade SGAFacilitate with Seahawk spirit activities & raise money for rollover budgetMegan CookWed. 9/14 8-8:30. Mon. 10/3 ILT. Mon. 3/16 ILTC110Logan Bedenbaugh4
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ASLAmerican Sign Language is for students who requested to learn ASL and to communicate with deaf students her at HHIHSPamela Rush1st and 3rd Tues. of each month ILTMedia CenterOlivia Mac Isaac
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SNHSSpanish National Honor SocietyPatricia Pritchard3rd Tues. ILTB107Alice Ward49
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Work Academic World QuestThe Academic World Quest is the public schools branch of the World Affairs Council. Megan Cook9/21, 10/25, 11/15, 1/24, 2/14, 3/7 C-110Maddie Mathvin9
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Coloring ClubThe coloring club would like to provide students with the opportunity to relax and relieve stress during ILT once a month on the fourth Thursday. Coloring is a current trend that research proves is good for stress releif; also, it is a creative outlet that many students enjoy. The club officers would provide supplies and would ask students to also bring in their own materials. The club would like to support a community service activity at the end of the year to collect coloring supplies for the Boys and Girls.MB White4th Thurs. ILTB122Olivia Plenzler
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HHIHS Debate Club
To provide students with an opportunity to practice public speaking skills, to develop sound and logical arguments and to expand understanding of important issues. Lori Cohen and Joel Klock4th Wed. ILTB102Joe Jackson24
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Science OlympiadScience Olympiad is a competition consisting of 23 team events in the fields of life, personal and social sciences, earth and space science, physical science, chemistry, technology and engineering, and the nature of science. Competitions provide rigorous, standards-based competitions and emphasis is placed on active, hands-on participation. Students are exposed to practicing scientists and potential career choices. This allows students to become actively engaged in learning in an unconventional way, helping students develop science skills as well as problem solving and thinking skills. (All information is taken directly from https://www.soinc.org/.)Courtney Heath3rd Thurs. ILTA122Lauren Castner7
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Future Medical Prof.
Bring together whose with a passion for medicine to heighten their experience and further explore their interests as well as give back to the community through fundraisers and events.Suzanne Ivory2nd Thurs. ILTB124Carley Wilson
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UNICEFThe UNICEF fund's goals is to empower American Youth with the resources and skills to be effective global citizens-thinking globally and acting locally.Phoebe Moore1st Wed. ILTY202Maria Jose Medina
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RoboticsBuild competitive robotsJohn QuindlenWed. 4pmSCC shopEmma North
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Model United Nations
To research current events, write! Develop resolutions to solve international conflicts and present them at the GSU competition in Feb. Hillary Helms, Matt Bohlke, D. Aspinwall-WinterWed. 3:45-4:15Z304Mia Leonard
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National Chinese Honor SocietyThe National Chinese Honor Society's goal is to encourage its members to become life-long learners to gain a better understanind of the Chinese language and culture and to play an active role as constructive peace makers in the 21st century.Jun Yin1st Mon. ILTC112Camryn Colella15
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Habitat for Humanity
Through an emphasis on providing safe, decent, affordable housing to every member of the Lowcountry community, the HHIHS Habitat for Humanity Chapter seeks to achieve a greater degree of social justice in the Lowcountry; create a culture of lifelong, motivated service within the school community; and support each individual member's skill development, work ethic, and sense of responsibility for his/her community.K. Marshall, B. Jones, D. Morgan2nd Thurs. ILTMain GymChris Broadbent
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Guitar ClubTo teach basic guitar technique to beginners and to advance intermediate playersSean PribanicThurs. ILTBandroomGabriel Del Valle7
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HHI CrewPromote fitness and teamwork through competitive rowingKashta CampbellAfterschoolRowing Center on Squire Pope Rd.TBD
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NTHSNational Technical Honor Society is the leader in encougaging higer scholastic achievement, recognized outstanding achieving in career and technical education and helps students find success.Bill Smith3rd Thurs. ILTY201Hayden Schwartz
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Philosophy To get students to ask questions, deal with complex ideas, and challenge their own point of view on different topics and issues. To get students to think critically and develop other skills.Kent ThuneILT?Gaby Farah
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Program of Work-Freshmen Executive CouncilThe Freshman Executive Council is the freshman only branch of the Student Government Association or SGA. Megan Cook9/14 8-8:30, 10/3 ILT and 3/6 ILT C110Logan Bedenbaugh
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Zonta InternationalZonta International is a leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.Malinda FelixMeets every 3rd Wednesday B126 first part of ILTB126Mia Leonard
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Chesslearn to the strategies of the game of chessWilliam RawlWednesday ILTY20441
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