School Clubs

Philosophy and commitment to hosting clubs at SCHS
Students that have questions regarding specific clubs that might be an appropriate match for their interests may meet directly with the staff sponsor of any of the clubs or see Ms. Manning for assistance. Teacher classroom numbers and staff member office location are provided along with email addresses for the specific clubs.  


School Related 

Groups and Clubs


Where & When



Career Resource


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.


Student Advisory Hours


Advisory Classrooms


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 of the previous year.

Elected each Spring for the next school year

Assistant Principal 


Common Ground

For all students who want to educate and support Swartz Creek High School’s LGBTQ community and its allies.



Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Seitz

Room 314


Debate Club

A low-key atmosphere where students learn to develop and defend their position on a variety of topics.

2nd Monday and 4rh Thursday from 2:30-3:30

Mrs. Giblin

Room 510


Drama Club

A club for students interested in theatre. Its aim is to support productions, handle award voting for the spring awards and induction ceremony. The club also organizes 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

Jeremy Love

PAC Theatre


ECO Club

Eco Club brings together a group of young individuals who are interested in saving our environment and becoming greener. Also, Eco Club gives young adults the ability to share their ideas and interests in the environment with fellow peers. We work with our school and community in efforts to become more environmentally friendly and reduce our carbon footprints.

Every other Monday 


Mrs. Church

Room 309



Esports is a league of competitive video gaming, through PlayVS MHSEL (varsity). JV plays on LeagueOS MiHSEF. Rocket League and Smash Ultimate are among some of the games we play. Varsity is currently playing Rocket League and JV is playing Smash Ultimate. PlayVS is an Eastern Regional league which is basically the entire east coast and midwest. LeagueOS is a Michigan based league. There is a fall and spring season for each league. The games available each season are subject to change. LeagueOS is a free to play league with little to no prizes, while PlayVS is a pay to play league with cash prizes for championship teams with the possibility of scholarships at the collegiate level. Esports is a great team building experience in a competitive environment. 

JV Esports meets on Wednesdays

2:30- 5:00

Varsity Esports meets on Thursdays


Mr. Kris Price 

Room 513


Forensics/Public Speaking

A club that focuses on competitive public speaking. Students will participate in spontaneous public speaking activities as well as have opportunities to enter and practice for speech contests. 



Mrs. Giblin

Room 510


Gaming Club

A club focused on online and console gaming as well as traditional 

board games and cards.



Mr. Kris Price 

Room 513


German Club

Meets weekly to explore German culture through news, food, movies, music and other sources. Club works on ways to share their enthusiasm with our school and community.  German language skills are welcome, but not required.



Mrs. Wilson

 Room 314



An after-school group consisting 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.


2:30 - 3:30

Choir Room

Mr. Leuck Room 

Rm. PAC 602


Jazz Band

This VOLUNTEER ensemble focuses on Jazz, Pop, and Latin Music Literature.

Once Per Week After School

Mrs. Murdock

Rm. PAC 601


Key Club

Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide services, build character, and develop leadership.


 2:30 -3:30

Mrs. Poffenbarger

Rm. 208 


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

Mrs. Murdock and 

Ms. Stevens

Rm. PAC 601


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.

Every Wednesday


Mr. Fuller 

Rm. 501



(National Honor Society)

A high school honors organization dedicated to service, leadership, academics, scholarship, and character.

2nd Thursday of every month from 2:30-3:30

Mrs. Giblin 

Room - Media Center


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

Mrs. Murdock and 

Ms. Stevens

Rm. PAC 601


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.

Every Wednesday


Mrs. Giblin 

Rm. 510



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

Ms. Bleck


[email protected]

SC Diversity Club

This club meets to discuss subjects related to culture and diversity within the SCHS community. The purpose of this club is to bring awareness to the environment and implement changes in a responsible manner. 

The diversity club will take the lead in activities that helps facilitate a comfortable climate for all. The Diversity Club is open for all students to attend.

Every Tuesday


Mr. Page

Room 105


Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is an organization for those students that want to learn more, want to build a device to meet certain challenges, or want to solve lab investigations.  Events can be by topic (such as astronomy, forensics, minerals, forestry and many more) or they can be project or lab oriented (such as bridges, wifi antenna, timing devices and more).  The regional competition is held in March.

Meeting times are listed in Google Classroom

September- April

Mrs. Bennett

Rm. 308

[email protected]

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. A sponsor will be available

During Winter 

Thursdays at Mt. Holly 3:00-10 p.m.

Mrs. Cummins 

Counseling Office


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.

Monday and Wednesday


Mrs. Dammann

 Rm. 519


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


Mr. Scott Bennett

Writers Guild

A creative writing support group for poets, novelists, playwrights to share works-in-progress and get feedback from other writers.

1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of the month


Mrs. Giblin

Room 510


The SCHS Club Proposal Form is available for download.  Please see Ms. Manning in the Main Office with questions.