Clubs


Club Name

Sponsor

Room #

Purpose

Art Club A. Kerner 300 To learn about and create all types of artwork. The club meets weekly and is open to all students, including students outside of the schools offered art classes.

Chess

J. Yancey

135

To promote the playing of chess

DECA


Distributive Education Clubs of America

J. Deans

224

To prepare leaders and entrepreneurs for careers and education in marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and other business areas

Drama

K. Stevens

120

To engage in meaningful theatrical activities and productions

FBLA

Future Business Leaders of America

L.Scott
Advisor

225

To promote leadership development and career preparation in the area of business

FCCLA

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

K. L. Roberts, Advisor

310

To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences classes For more information
http://www.fcclainc.org/  or http://www2.mecc.edu/fccla/

Forensics

K. Stevens

120

To develop speaking and acting skills, gain self-confidence and poise, and to learn how to express ideas clearly and convincingly.

French Club

G. Poiri


134

To promote a greater appreciation of the French language and culture

Fuel Up to Play 60 (FUTP60)

K. L. Roberts

Program Advisor

310

Designed to engage and empower youth to take action for their own health by implementing long-term, positive changes for themselves and their schools
http://www.fueluptoplay60.com/

Latin Club

C. Lunsford

133

To promote the study of the classics

Literary Club  S. Coari  115 To encourage enjoyment of language and student pursuit of creative writing.
Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society for Mathematics D. Murray  207 To promote a love for mathematics and to participate in projects using mathematics 

Model UN

Mr. Brown

107

Magnet Students study world issues to prepare for Model UN conferences at various colleges

National Honor Society

C. Willis
Advisor

128

To promote scholarship, service, character and leadership

(by invitation only)

Newspaper Club  M. James 104  To develop speaking, listening, and writing skills in students.  Students conduct interviews, take photographs, and write newspaper articles.
Presidental Men's Academy P.Wilson
C. Williams
R. Ruff
S. Small
G. Andrews
M. Silva
 219 To mentor young men to become caring, courageous, and ethical men.

NABT BIOClub

http://www.nabt.org/

C. Coronado
 

218

The mission of the NABT BioClub is to recruit, support, nurture, and promote students with an interest in biological sciences for personal reasons, academic preparation, the betterment of society, and career opportunities by providing guidance, resources, and activities to meet these goals.

RHO Kappa 
National Social Studies Honor Society
C. Willis
Adviser
C. Jarrett
Co-Advisor

128
 
102
To promote scholarship, services, citizenship, volunteerism, character and leadership in the area of social studies ( by invitation only ) 
 SCA
Student Council Asssociation
M. Burden
S. Urquhart
126 
106
To promote student participation within the school and community 
Scholastic Bowl J. Brown  107 Academic competition with schools in the Tidewater area

Spanish Club

M. DaVila

134

To promote a greater appreciation of the Spanish language and culture

TSA
Technology Student Association
R. Creecy
B. Ricks 
 331
Thursdays
The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs.  

VADA
Violence. Alcohol and Drug Awareness

K.L. Roberts

310

To empowering teens to become advocates with  keeping their schools and communities alcohol and drug free

Y -Street  K.L. Roberts  310 Virginia's largest youth led organization. Members of Y St. are promoters, activist and leaders fighting for a healthier Virginia. 

YOVASO

Youth of Virginia Speak Out About Traffic Safety

K.L. Roberts

310

To educate, encourage, and empower youth to advocate for safer driving among peers and develop strategies that target specific problems

YSA

Youth Service America

K.L. Roberts

310

To expand the impact of the youth service movement through volunteering and service-learning.

 


 

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