If you are interested in coding and making apps for mobile devices, come join the App Development Club. We take students at all ability levels – no programming experience required!
Sponsor: Matt Fahrenbacher ~ email@example.com
Room 1235 on Mondays after school; 3:30 – 5pm
Do you like to look at the sky, use telescopes, use computers and your digital camera? Then come check out the Astronomy Club. We do all of these activities! We have our own telescopes, access to telescopes world-wide via internet and digital cameras to look at the constellations and watch for the Aurora! We use telescopes in other parts of the world where it’s clear to take images of the sky on the days where it’s cloudy here.
Do you like to read? Do you like to talk about what you read? Then join Book Club! We meet once a month to discuss an author, genre, or just something we like — and we eat LOTS of cookies! So come to relax, absorb, and enjoy!
Special Functions/Events: Book drive, monthly meetings
Sponsor: Sharon Swanson ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays @ 3:40 PM in the Faculty Lounge
Are you interested in the mysteries of chemistry? Explore the world of chemistry by experimentation and investigation! Club members will prepare for outreach programs, compete in chemistry competitions and network with other chemistry students!
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Special Functions/Events: National Chemistry Week Celebrations, ACS Chemistry Day. Emerging Chemists Workshop, and GEMs Day
Sponsors: Brittany Wu ~ email@example.com
Rachael Swiercz ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotating days after school. Get on our email list by emailing our sponsors.
French Honor Society
Do you enjoy your French class? Do you excel in the French language? Then the French Honor Society is for you! We meet regularly to discuss activities that promote French in our school and create & encourage French themes & experiences outside the classroom. Join and expand your language skills!
*Membership is by invitation only.*
Special functions/events: Collaboration with French Club fundraising for Expanding Lives, French T-shirt Contest and the National French Week Trivia Contest
Sponsor: Emily Delehanty ~ email@example.com
Meeting Schedule: Wednesdays 3:30 Room 1245
German Honor Society
The German Honor Society is a National Educational Honorary established to recognize high school scholastic achievement in German and to promote interest in the study of the German language, literature, and culture. Check AATG for more information. Academic eligibility requirements include an overall GPA of 3.0 and a German GPA of 3.5. Students must be enrolled minimally in their sixth semester of German. Once inducted, honorary members tutor underclassmen German students and plan for various activities involving German culture, language and literature during the year.
Special functions/events: Collaboration with German Club, Infoblattl
Sponsor: Joe Neumayer ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Schedule: Wednesdays during homeroom in Room 2300
Girls Who Code
Do you know you can change the world through code? Technology can make the world a better place. The Girls Who Code club’s mission is to inspire, dedicate and equip girls with the computing skills to change the world around them while having fun along the way. You will learn to write code for apps and websites while working on an Impact Project of your choice. Girls Who Code are leaders! Come join us. NO prior coding experience needed.
National Art Honor Society
NAHS (National Art Honor Society) is designed specifically for high school students in grades 9-12. The NAHS is specifically for high school students, for the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in working toward the attainment of the highest standards in art areas, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Students become members of a distinguished group of over 33,000 art students.
*Interested students need at least one semester of art to be eligible for NAHS.*
Sponsor: Deanna Sortino ~ email@example.com
2nd Tuesday of the Month in Room 1730
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is a prestigious nationwide organization with a very select membership. Students who qualify are selected by the National Honor Society Selection Committee. Students display leadership, character, service and scholarship. Members participate in planning the annual NHS induction ceremony, a canned food drive, and other service projects.
*Membership in NHS is contingent on an application process where students must have a minimum 3.8 weighted GPA after the 1st and 2nd semesters of Junior year, involvement in two (2) school activities per year, staff recommendations, and athletic coach/activity sponsors’ recommendations.*
Research Investigators Of Tomorrow (RIOT)
Want to do take your scientific curiosity to another level? Do you enjoy doing science? RIOT is a club designed to allow you to learn the basics of science research and to allow you to investigate and research your own projects!! Whether it’s investigating a crime scene, nanotechnology, chemical reactions, robotics, solar power, or any other scientific problem you’ve wondered about, RIOT will help you investigate it! We will also look at how science works in the real world using the STEM lab and by talking with scientists as well. You’ll be able to do open ended projects and the things that make science fun!
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Rachael Swiercz firstname.lastname@example.org
Parin Patel ~ email@example.com
Joshua Kim ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall: Wednesdays @ 3:30 PM in the STEM Lab (Room 3315)
Spring: See lab schedule for additional days and dates
Seminars For Scholars
Seminars for Scholars is an activity for young people who care about the world. Our interests range from what exactly is going on in Guantanamo Bay to how we can inform ourselves about memes that affect our lives. Throughout the year we communicate about our research via our blog, and once a year we select a Socratic dialogue to study and discuss during a teach-in. We also have teach-ins connected to our research, where we gather to teach each other what we have learned about a specific subject we’ve chosen. This year’s theme will be determined at our first officers’ meeting.
*To join the club please write a letter expressing your interest, and place it in the mailbox of Ms. Jaffe, in the Main Office. Make sure you include an active email address, your name, and your student ID number in your letter.*
Spanish Honor Society
Do you enjoy your Spanish class? Do you excel in the Spanish language? Then the Spanish Honor Society is for you! We meet regularly to discuss activities that promote Spanish in our school and create & encourage Spanish themes & experiences outside the classroom. Join and expand your language skills!
*Membership is by invitation only.*
Sponsor: David Malatesta ~ email@example.com
1st and 3rd Wednesday in Room 2330/Every Tuesday for Cafe Confesacion