Club NameStaff AdvisorDescription of the ClubMeeting Day and TimeMeeting Location
Active MindsCharlotte TaylorOur goal is to create lasting change around the conversation of mental health at Cox Mill.One Wednesday/month. 2:20 - 3:00Room 2306
AI ClubKammie DillAs artificial Intelligence is a rapidly evolving field with immense potential, introducing a club dedicated to AI would not only be educational but also engaging for students. They could learn about the fundamentals of AI, explore its real-world applications, and even work on AI projects.One Thursday each month2429 - Dill's classroom
American Cancer SocietyErin Russell provides service hours and raises money for cancer research 3rd Monday of each monthroom 2114 (Russell/Huntley)
Amnesty InternationalCrystal Brewington Amnesty International is a global organization advocating for human rights, giving a voice to those who are silenced. Through Amnesty, students can get hands on experience with real world problems and have the opportunity to make petitions, write letters, and more to advocate for change and justice in the contemporary world! Wednesdays at 2:30pmMs. Brewingtons Classroom
AoIT Student Advisory BoardShauna WardPlan work and activities for the academy.TBADOCC
Asian American Student AssociationMs. Sherman ceTBARoom 2401
Battle of the Books teamWright & CoccaroWe will be participating in the HS BOB competition with other high schools in the district on 2/26/24. Students will read books from the list provided by the state organization, and we will meet approximately 1-2 times a month to practice answering sample questions to prepare. Depending on number of students interested, we may have to have students take a test or qualify for the team in some way. TBD. Competition is on 2/26/24. Media Center
Best BuddiesRachel SmithBest buddies fosters relationships between individuals with special needs and their peers. They form 1:1 friendships and participate in activities at school and in the community.VariesMrs. Smith's Classroom
Beta Club Cathy AylwardTo promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

ACHIEVEMENT - Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
CHARACTER - Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
LEADERSHIP - Developing the leaders of tomorrow
SERVICE - Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others
3 Wed. of each month Auditorium
Biology OlympiadLauren BurgessNational Biology competition for high school students undecided1638
Black Student Union (BSU)Nia RobinsonThe Black Student Union aims to offer community opportunities for both cultural enrichment and intellectual growth through educational, social, and service programming. BSU hopes to develop and maintain an expansive network and platform that not only empowers our community but also promotes solidarity within and beyond the walls of Cox Mill High School. We are committed to recognizing the beauty and diversity that is the Black community all while fostering an unwavering pride in our history, our future, and ourselves. All students are welcome to attend BSU Meetings, as we believe that everyone can benefit from the opportunities and experiences provided in this club.Every other Monday @2:20Library
Charger AmbassadorsCorl and DealCharger Ambassadors work with the Guidance Department and Registrar to give tours to new students who enroll at CMHS. They will plan after school events to give new students opportunities to meet other students like a "Come sit with me at [insert event name]. as needed after school and when counselors call.1601 or Media Center as needs arise.
Chess ClubKaren ConlanStudents playing chessTuesdays 2:15 - 3:15Room 2111
CIVIL DISCOURSEKAKAVITSASAs an alternative to a formal debate team, Civil Discourse will help students develop critical thinking & independent research skills. Students will learn to collaborate across ideological differences. Topics will be investigated on a bi-weekly basis (one week for intro/research, one for application/presentation). Unlike a traditional debate team, our objective is to craft solutions (and their projected impact) for issues at local, national, & international levels with an understanding of the reasoning & evidence of various perspectives. We believe that as society has become increasingly passive & siloed, we can provide a model of civil discourse, issue awareness, & active participation.FRIDAYS, 2:20-3:15PM2445
Computer Science ClubDolceNational Division - Does computer science competitions headed by student Ellen Wei

Local Division - Does computer science things., JavaScript, AI, Python, other items to be determined. (we haven't met yet)
Day might vary but 2:20-3:002414
CookifyMs.McLendon aka Ms. MacA vibrant and student - led cooking club dedicated to igniting an enduring love for cooking and culinary creativity within each students. The mission is to provide an exciting platform for young culinary enthusiasts to share their passion, learn delectable recipes, and cultivate essential culinary skills. The members of Cookify are committed to ensuring the highest safety standards and the well - being of all students, including those with allergies.1st Tuesday's 2:15 - 3:00 pmRM 1647
Creative WritingErin WilliamsWe look at creating different types of experiences when writing books, novellas, screenplays, etc.Tuesday 2:20pm1633
D&DMacomberStudents will learn collaborative and creative skills to traverse a variety of campaigns and dungeons.Fridays from 2:30-4:301626
Debate ClubBrian CeresaThe Speech and Debate Club focuses on creating a comfortable environment in which to improve public speaking skills and rhetoric.Every other week (day to be determined, but likely Thursdays) from 2:25-3:25)Mr. Ceresa's Room 2313
DECAPatricia McTigueCareer and Technical Student Organization - Marketing and Business FocusedWe are too large for regular all group meetings. Will need large group meetings at least once a quarter. Leadership team will meet weekly on Mondays or Wednesdays.Leadership in room 1614, whole club meetings in cafeteria or auditorium based on availability.
Environmental ClubLaurie BlockerThe club woks to bring environmental issues to the forefront through education and advocacy. They currently are working to educate others about sustainability and responsible use of the environment.
FBLAShauna WardBusiness & Leadership national club organization.TBATBA
FFANoah TateFuture Farmers of America is a club set to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.The days Vary but we meet at 2:30pm Mobile Unit 5/Horticulture Lab
Fiber ArtsKaren ConlanStudents will learn to knit and crochet. Students will work on their own projects and also create projects to donate to the community.Every other Thursday 2:15 - 3:15Room 2111
GSA (Genders and Sexualities Alliances)Brian CeresaA safe space for LGBTQIA students and allies to meet to discuss current issues affecting the community and to plan advocacy events to promote education and inclusion.Bi-weekly, TBDRoom 2313
HBCU BoundMs. McLendon aka Ms. MacHBCU Bound is a club focus on increasing the awareness of HBCUs at Cox Mill High School.
Moreover, to increase the number of students applying to HBCUs. Never the less, provide a celebrated space for student wishing to apply to HBCUs as as well as a celebrated space for student accepted and planning to attend an HBCU. Some activities involved in the club are:
-HBCU College Fair
-HBCU Signing Day
-HBCU scholarship workshops
- HBCU student panels with CMHS Alumni
1st Tuesday 2:15-3:00PMRM 1647
HOSAJennifer RipperHealth Occupations Students of America/Read more here
Not sure yet. I was waiting on this information to come out!! Auditorium
Humanitarian ClubMary FontanThe purpose of the Humanitarian Society is to provide an open environment which encourages new ideas and creates opportunities to positively impact and connect with our community and school through selfless acts, the promotion of human welfare, and kindheartedly practice ‘service above self.’Last Wed. of Each MonthRoom 2402
InteractCorlInteract is a service club for young people ages 12-18 who are passionate about making a difference while learning about the world and themselves. And having fun! Interact club will be expected to organize at least two projects every year: one that helps your school or community and one that promotes international understanding. (Sponsored by the Concord-Afton-Sunset Rotary and the contact is Aimy Steele.) This club has been approved by Mr. Crook after communication with Mrs. Steele.varies after school usually monthy or bimonthly. 1st meeting is planned for students already committed on 9/18.Media Center
International Thespian SocietyVictoria GreleckiHonors society for Theatre Once a month on Thursday, 2:30-3:30pmTheatre Room 1204
Key ClubSarah Harwood, Jessica Molinaan international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.First Wednesday of every month2431 (Harwood's Room)
Literacy ClubRachel PrillThe goal of the club is to promote reading in kids of all ages and collect books to donate to various local organizations.Monthly (Tues. and Wed.)
Love Speaks OutSusan ShupingClub to educate on dangers of teen age dating violence. Initiative of Cabarrus/Meck government: Monday 2:20 pm.2315
Math Club/ Mu Alpha ThetaDeborah HunterMath Club is open to all students (9th – 12th grade, no math class requirement).
Mu Alpha Theta is a National Math Club within CMHS Math Club (for high school students taking Math 3 or above, maintain a B average in math, and $10 lifetime membership fee).
General Math Club member may join Mu Alpha Theta once they are enrolled in Math 3 or above.

Math Club:
• Anyone can join!
• Meets after school in Mrs. D. Hunter’s room (2102) once every other week to socialize, play games, challenge each other with mathematical comprehension, participate in volunteer opportunities.
• Participate in local and national math competitions (some are free, and some have entrance fees).
• Offer opportunities to win scholarships through math competitions or direct application.

Mu Alpha Theta:
• Participates in the above activities with all other math club members.
• Provides a method for schools to recognize and encourage students who enjoy and excel in mathematics.
• Rewards outstanding extracurricular achievement by offering special awards, scholarships, and grants to students.
• Provides mathematics competitions to participating members at their own school.
• Provide graduation honors cords for members with a B math average.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Deborah Hunter

Every other Thursday 2:15-3:00Mrs. Hunter's room (rm 2102)
Menstrual MovementAnita SturgiesMenstrual awareness and supportTuesdays 230p1627
ModelUNKaty Sweeney The students practice real world UN topics, honing debate and negotiation skills for competition. Last year, members attended 2 virtual conferences and 1 in-person (at App State). Weekly, Wednesday afternoons2208
MSA (Muslim Student Association)Charlotte TaylorThe Muslim Student Association is a group dedicated to educating and
dispelling stereotypes about Islam. Our purpose is to foster understanding and provide accurate information; not to promote any religious beliefs.
Thursdays 2:20-3:00Room 2306
National Technical Honor SocietyShauna WardThe National Technical Honor Society is an educational non-profit that exists to honor, recognize, and empower students and teachers in Career & Technical Education. As the honor society for Career & Technical Education, NTHS serves over 100,000 active members annually in both secondary and postsecondary chapters across country.TBADOCC or TBA
Newspaper Club / Charger PostGerardo Lobo PlazaThe objective of the club is to create a monthly publication to share information about events happening around us. It will work as a newspaper and will include articles about local events and students perspective on world issues. The club will also promote the inclusion of freshmen in school activities to develop a stronger sense of belonging.Monday 2:15-3:152443
NHSDA (National Honor Society for Dance Arts)Lindsay BlackburneNational Honors Society for Dance Arts is dedicated to recognizing dance students for their outstanding leadership and academic achievements in dance by meeting once a month to support Cox Mill High School dance students and the Performing Arts2nd Monday of Month 2:30-3:30pm, Current dates: 9/11, 10/16, 11/13, 12/4, 1/8, 2/12, 3/11, 4/8, 5/6, Dance Classroom, Room #1126
Operation SmileAllison ChurchEvery year, Operation Smile helps thousands of children living with cleft lips and cleft palates have a better quality of life. This club will raise funds and awareness for these children.Once a month on Tuesdays/ WednesdaysMrs. Church's Classroom
Paper CraftsCarly CoccaroPaper Crafts practices the art of calligraphy by creating cards, posters, flyers, art that will benefit the community. Making cards for the elderly and for neighbors in need is a prime example of what we do!Fridays at 2:30 pmMs. Coccaro's Room
Psychology ClubKellie PierrotPsychology club will introduce students to concepts relating to individual human behavior such as memory, thinking, social interactions and mental health.One Thursday a monthMs. Pierrot's classroom (2405)
Science ClubLauren BurgessWe plan, work through, and discuss experiments in all Science fields, and gather Cox Mill clubs to teach the next generation about STEM.undecided for this yearRoom 1638
Science National Honor SocietyJessica ParkerCox Mill High School Chapter of the Science National Honor Society open to Seniors who have a specific GPA and are taking science classes during their Senior Year. Students must meet eligibility criteria and have recommendations from previous science teachers. Eligible students are contacted via email early in their Senior Year for induction. TBD AT 2:20PM - Once per quarterParker's Room
Science OlympiadLaurie BlockerScience Olympiad is a school wide educational/competitive club that fulls under the national Science Olympiad umbrella. It employs cross-cutting concepts in all of its standards-aligned events, building 21st century skill sets essential to today’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce. There are 23 events each in Division B (middle school) and Division C (high school), providing a platform for students to apply and display a wide variety of talents, from design and prototyping, to technical writing, to chemistry lab skills. A team of 15 students pairs up to tackle the 23 events which are generally spaced in six 50-minute blocks across a Saturday, encouraging collaboration, teamwork and cross-training.
First Wednesday of the month after school1632
SkillsUSAJacob ApplingSkillsUSA is a CTSO for Trade and Industrial Education. Students can compete in a range of subjects. This will appeal to students in drafting as well as several other CTE courses. Drafting, Foods, Masonry, Computer Programming, Nursing, Robotics, and Web Design are some examples of the many SkillsUSA competitions. UndecidedRoom 2205
SOUTH ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATIONKAKAVITSASA club that aims to create awareness and appreciation for South Asian culture. This club will organize events such as ethnic food fairs, traditional dance performances, and cultural presentations that showcase the business aspects of South Asia.SECOND THURSDAY, 2:20-3:052445
SPACE ClubKaty SweeneyScience, Physics, Aerospace, Chemistry, Engineering. Small experiments, mostly hypothetical discussions.undetermined. Likely every other Thursday (based on last year)2208
SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY (Tertulias Culturales)Diana Ballesteros"Tertulias Culturales", is the Cox Mill High School chapter of the Spanish National Honor Society! It is a group of dedicated students interested in the Spanish language, Spanish culture, and community service. The primary focus of our society is on service, directed both toward the Hispanic community and the community as a whole. As SNHS members, the club participates in community service with hispanic associations, fire fighters, clinics, dual-immersion schools, and all those programs that have hispanic people enrolled and in need. 2nd or 3rd Monday of the month. (It'll be confirmed after first meeting).Room 2444 (Mrs. Ballesteros)
Student Government AssociationJessica SchieldsStudent Government Association is a group of elected students from grade levels 10-12 that meet once a month to discuss school needs, student needs, and communication with staff and community. We then participate in events throughout the school year to enforce better community and unity.First Tuesday of the month 2:20 - 3:00PM2314 - room
Tech Bites A. ShermanSummary
There are so many things to learn and so many areas to explore in our day-to-day life. Technology is changing rapidly.
This club will invite speakers in various emerging fields once monthly to share their knowledge with us. This will ensure exposure to a wide breadth of knowledge to us as prospective college students.
We as a team came up with few topics to invite speakers having real-time experience in the following areas:
Artificial Intelligence
Crypto Currency
Cancer awareness
Fridays, 2:15 - 3:15 2401
The Menstrual MovementAnita SturgiesMenstrual awareness and supportbi-monthly, Tuesday 1627
Trailblazers ClubNoah TateProgram initiative to provide high schools the opportunity, structure, and funding to create a student club focused on outdoor activities. Any outdoor activity which is in line with the N.C. Youth Outdoor Engagement Commission’s supported activities e.g. hiking, kayaking, canoeing, mountaineering, caving, camping, mountain biking, wildlife watching, fishing, archery, and hunting.Thursdays afterschool Mobile Unit 5
Tri-M Music Honor SocietyJennifer Cook, Drew CarterTri-M is a program sponsored by the National Association for Music Education that recognizes students who have gone above and beyond both musically and academically. It is the only music honor society for high school students in the United States. Tri-M focuses on developing future leaders in music education and music advocacy through the completion of music-based service-learning projects. 1st Wednesday - 2:20-3pm Chorus Room - 1201
TSA (Technology Student Association)Steve KomanObjectives: 1] Cultivate increased interest and understanding in STEM subjects, example engineering; 2] Discuss career options and the employment ecosystem; 3] Foster leadership. Monday - 1x per week2105
VEX RoboticsMacomberStudents will learn the engineering process and create a fully functioning robot to satisfy the competition objective.Mon-Thurs 2:30-3:30Masonry Room/1626
Wishing Crane ProjectMelissa AustinThis organization gets student volunteers to create and fold paper origami, cards, flowers, hearts, and more with positive and funny messages for patients then we deliver them to hospices and hospitals in the area.1st Monday of month from 2:30-3:301641
Women in STEMShauna WardEmpower more girls to consider opportunities in STEM.TBADOCC
YIS (Young Investors Society)Kenya BordersYoung Investors Society provides quality financial literacy education and programs to students from all backgrounds and socio-economic levels.Thursdays at 2:20 pmRoom 2416