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School Related Clubs Description Where and When Contact Person
Anime Club For students who share a love for Anime, drawing and watching movies. Every Thursday
2:30 – 3:30
Mrs. Perrault
Room 407
Art Club A club to broaden student’s artistic horizons through art challenges, fundraising for field trips and promoting art in the community. Every other Wednesday 2:30-3:30 Mrs. Perrault
Rooms 403
591-1861
Book Club - Literary Alliance If you enjoy reading and sharing books this club is for you! The club is a collection of individuals that support and spread the love of literature! Every other Wednesday from 2:30-3:15 Mrs. Watkins
Room 519
591-1889
Career Resource Center Students work on their Education Development Plan (EDP), which enables them to make informed decisions about their future education and career. They are provided tools to help them answer the questions: “Who Am I?”, “ Where Am I Going?” and “How Am I Going to Get There?” Through interest inventories, assessments, and exploration opportunities, students are provided suggestions of careers that may interest them. Through integrated classroom projects they then research and discover what it takes to make it a reality, helping them understand the direct relevance of their current and future education. During School Hours Mrs. Ginger Ortiz
Room 106
591-1825
Chess Club This club is designed for students that are interested in playing chess and card games for fun. Every Thursday in Room 505 from 2:30-4:00 Mrs. Michelle Horning
591-1868
Class Officers Representatives For students who want to hold a leadership position in their class. Each class (9th-12th) has a President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Representatives. These are ELECTED positions that students run for in the Spring for the following year. Elected each Spring for the next school year Mr. Suchanek
Assistant Principal
591-1802
Common Ground For all students who want to educate and support Swartz Creek High School’s LGBTQ community and its allies. Wednesdays
2:30-3:30
Mrs. Pasquale
Room 503
591-1877
Drama Club A club for students interested in theatre. Its aim is to support productions, handle award voting for the spring awards and induction ceremonies, hold the end of year banquet and assist those interested in attending the State Thespian Festival each year. This group folds in with our International Thespian Troupe and officers must be inducted members. Meets after school throughout the year as mandated by the officers and sponsors Room PAC 604
591-5253
Forensics/
Public Speaking
A club that focuses on competitive public speaking. Mondays
2:30-3:30
Ms. Wensko
Room 509
591-1882
Game Club A club focused on online and console gaming as well as traditional board games and cards. Every Wednesday
2:30 – 3:30
Ms. Seitz
Room 203
591-1829
German Club We will get together once a week to explore German culture through news, food, movies, music and other sources. We’ll also work on ways to share our enthusiasm with our school and community. German language skills welcome, but not required. Thursdays
2:30-3:30
Mrs. Wilson
Room 314
Government Club A club to discuss current political topics and issues. Every other Tuesday
2:30-3:30
Mr. Bierman
Room 502
591-1876
Incantando An after-school group comprised of girls from all of the choir classes. Tryouts for the next school year happen mid-April through May. Incantando represents Swartz Creek at competitions and recently earned a Superior rating at the district level making it possible for them to compete at the State level. Fridays
2:30
Choir Room
Mr. Leuck
Room PAC 602
591-5254
Jazz Band This VOLUNTEER ensemble focuses on Jazz, Pop, and Latin Music Literature. Once Per Week After School Mr. Michailo
Room PAC 601
591-5255
Dragon Optimist Club Optimist International is a worldwide volunteer organization made up of more than 2,500 local clubs where members work each day to make the future brighter by bringing out the best in children, in their communities, and in themselves. JOOI is the student version of this organization. Tuesdays
2:30-3:30 p.m.
Mrs. Wensko
Room 509
591-1882
Key Club Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide services, build character, and develop leadership. Wednesdays
2:30 -3:30
Mrs. Poffenbarger
Room 319
lpoffenbarger@swcrk.org
Marching Band and Color Guard MUST BE ENROLLED IN RELATED CLASS - Marching Band and Color Guard are both part of the Concert Band and Wind Ensemble classes. They are not clubs, even though they have some extra-curricular qualities. Must be enrolled in related class Mr. Michailo
Mrs. Murdock
Room PAC 601
591-5255
Mock Trial Club Mock Trial Club is an organization that competes against other schools focusing on criminal and civil mock trials. Competitions are held in Circuit and District courtrooms where sitting judges evaluate and judge the trial. 1-3 times a week
September - May
2:30-3:30
Mr. Fuller
Room 501
591-1875
NHS (National Honor Society) A high school honors organization dedicated to service, leadership, academics, scholarship, and character. 2nd Thursday of every month Mrs. Williams
591-1830
Peers Who Care Students interested can apply in April for the next school year’s staff. The Peers Who Care group’s purpose is to influence SCHS in positive ways. PWC staff members are held to the highest standards in character, leadership, and service. Every other Thursday
2:30-3:30
Cheryl Reger A-G
H-N
Michelle Horning O-Z
Pep Band This musical ensemble is simply the Concert Band and Wind Ensemble combined. At boys and girls varsity basketball games it is made up of volunteers from both groups and additionally plays pep assemblies. Must be enrolled in Concert Band or Wind Ensemble Class During Home Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Games Mr. Michailo
Mrs. Murdock
Room PAC 601
591-5255
Quiz Bowl A competitive group that focuses on academic facts and competes with other schools. Everyone is welcome-there are no tryouts. There is a JV and Varsity team. Wednesdays
2:30-3:30
Ms. Wensko
Room 509
591-1882
Robotics For inspiration and recognition of science and technology. A great way to share your enthusiasm about robotics with other high school students. The club competes in Robotic Competitions throughout the school year. Students build robots and do everything from programming to electrical and mechanical engineering. Build Season is Jan-April
Off Season is April-October
Mr. Bickley
Email:
bickley@gm.
com
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) Provides students with prevention and intervention tools to deal with the issue of underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions Thursdays
2:30-3:30
Mrs. Pasquale
Room 503
591-1877
SC3 (Swartz Creek Christian Club) An interdenominational student-led club. Students lead devotionals and share about their faith. Fridays
2:30-3:30
Mrs. Warber
Room 309
591-1844
Science Olympiad A club where students study various topics in science and perform hands on activities. Ex. Building bridges, airplanes, etc. Students will compete against other local high schools (Genesee/Shiawassee) at a regional Science Olympiad event in March at Mott Community College. Thursdays
2:30-3:30 September-April
Mrs. Schmidt
Room 311
591-1847
Ski Club A club for students interested in skiing and snowboarding. This club includes beginner to advanced skiers/snowboarders. Anyone can join, including family members. During Winter Thursdays at Mt. Holly
4-10 p.m.
Mrs. Miller
Room 202
591-1828
Student Council A student group that acts as a representative for the student body. Membership is open to any student in the SCHS. The council as a whole is in charge of listening and acting as a voice for the student body. Additionally, they are in charge of planning activities for the students (i.e. homecoming, coming home, blood drives, pep assemblies, spirit weeks, etc.). The council has elected chairs who are responsible for being the primary intermediary between the student body and school administration. Tuesdays
2:30-3:30
Mrs. Cumming
Room 406
591-1864
Theater Legion Theater Legion is a group that focuses on short original material with an emphasis on social awareness. Improvisation, scene writing and short films are typical products. Its goal is to provide theater outlets in a variety of ways based upon students’ interests. Fridays for a couple of hours determined by the officers and the sponsor Mrs. Cooper
Room PAC 604
591-5253
Theater Productions Participation is open to all students. A fall, winter, and spring production is done each year. Auditions are held for each production to determine the cast. Students can also be a part of the magic behind the scenes by concentrating on tech, lighting, costuming, sound, choreography, set and other demands for the show. Typically meets 4-5 times a week for 2-3 hours during an 10week schedule for each production Mrs. Cooper
Room PAC 604
591-5253
Unified Champions Unified Champions bring together students with and without intellectual disabilities through education, sports and youth leadership to provide them with the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to create and sustain school communities that promote acceptance. Last Friday of every month
During school
Mrs. Allen
Room 310
591-1845
Winter Guard Winter Guard is a student activity that operates under “Club” status. The season runs from October to early April. Tryouts are one week in October. Starting in January there are competitions. Dues of $250 and purchase of some equipment is required. Mondays and Wednesdays
6:00-9:30
Becca DeJonge
Daniel DeJonge
Kacey Vanderkarr
YIKES (Youth Involved in Keeping the Environment Sound) School-wide recycling group. Students in YIKES pick up recycling each week from classrooms and offices in the school. YIKES is sponsored by Key Club Wednesdays
2:30
Mrs. Poffenbarger
Room 319
lpoffenbarger@swcrk.org