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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • Band

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  • Best Buddies

    BEST BUDDIES

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  • Chorus

    PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL ORGANIZATION

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    The Plantation High School Choral Organization has approximately 200 young, strong, developing voices studying about musical composition, music history, vocal pedagogical production as well as choral singing.  Students experience the beauty of music, and poetry as they express communication through song.

  • Debate

    DEBATE TEAM

    Plantation High School's Debate Team provides an opportunity for students enrolled in debate class, as well as others who are interested in speech and debate, to practice for and participate in local and national debate tournaments.

    Meeting Dates: TBD
    Meeting Times: TBD
    Meeting Location: Room 150

  • DECA

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    AN ASSOCIATION OF MARKETING STUDENTS

    DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

  • Drama/ Thespian Club

    DRAMA / THESPIAN CLUB

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    The Plantation High School Drama Department is well known throughout the county for the challenging topics and professional level productions performed in our very own Ira Kinder Theater by some of the best student actors around!

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  • First Priority

    Our goal for First Priority is to reach every teen in every public school with the Gospel.

    Meetings: 
    Every Wednesday
    2:50 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
    Room 144

  • Future Florida Educators of America [FFEA]

    FUTURE EDUCATORS OF AMERICA

    Future Educators of America is a club for aspiring teachers and is dedicated to supporting teachers, faculty, staff, and students. This club allows students to get hands-on experience in the teaching and education field, and see the true life, dedication and drive educator’s value. 

    We meet the 2nd Thursday of every month in room 2515

  • International Club

    INTERNATIONAL CLUB

     The International Club is an interest organization open to any student in the school. Our focus is cultural harmony and awareness. We are involved in many activities, including but not limited to Homecoming hall decorating and carnival, Literacy week, The West Regional Library International Fair, and many others. We do fund raising to help pay for our projects and try to do at least one service project per school year.

    The International Club is the longest continuously running club on campus. We generally meet twice a month, and the day is chosen based on student availability.

  • JROTC

    JROTC

    The Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world.

    Instructors
    SAI: Robert Schmidt
    AI: Adriana Rengifo

    Email:
    Contact Instructors through the Plantation High Staff Directory  or at  ColonelBattalion63@gmail.com 

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  • Key Club International

    Key Club International  

    Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 36 countries.

  • Latinos in Action

    LATINOS IN ACTION

    Latinos In Action (LIA) offers an asset-based approach to bridging the graduation and opportunity gap for Latino students, working from within the educational system to create positive change. Our goal is to empower Latino youth to lead and strengthen their communities through college and career readiness. We accomplish this by focusing on four pillars: leveraging personal and cultural assets, excelling in education, serving the community, and developing leadership skills.

    The robust LIA curriculum empowers students as leaders who visit local elementary schools in an effort to not only increase literacy rates of those who are struggling, but to act as role models. A mentor system is used by LIA to encourage peer growth and help students learn leadership skills.

    While this unique approach seeks to bridge the graduation and achievement gap Latino students generally experience in the United States, LIA is also a fun and interactive class that provides students with college, career, and life readiness skills

    What activities do students in LIA engage in?

    LIA students’ tutor/mentor elementary students at nearby schools.  Complete in-class assignments and projects.  Perform monthly community service projects and earn service hours at schools and local community events.  Attend the Latinos in Action Annual Regional Conference and University/College events.  Participate in Latinos in Action dances, cultural events, and other fun activities.

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  • Mu Alpha Theta

    MU ALPHA THETA (MATH HONOR SOCIETY) 

    Mu Alpha Theta, the National High School, and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society were formed in 1957 at the University of Oklahoma.  We are dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. As of June 2017, more than 110,000 students are Mu Alpha Theta members at more than 2,400 schools in the United States and in 20 foreign countries.

    Advisor: Mr. Sphon
    Meeting Dates: 1st and 3rd Monday of each month

    Meeting Times: 2:50 pm (right after school)
    Meeting Location: Room 2512 (Mr. Spohn's room)

    National Chapter
    http://www.mualphatheta.org/

    Florida Chapter
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  • National Honor Society (N.H.S.)

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

    The National Honor Society at Plantation High School showcases several students' dedication to scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Our members are active in school and community-based initiatives that better the respective environment.

  • One Mission

    ONE MISSION

    One mission is aim to provide assistance to charities within Broward county that are in need of everyday supplies. We support Broward Partnership each year with clothing, diapers and wipes and can goods.

  • Robotics

    ROBOTICS CLUB 

    The Robotics club promotes STEM education through various activities that culminate in a competition. Students do hands-on projects such as building and coding a robot, along with assisting middle school students in their program. We take part in the VEX competitions, build throughout the year, and participate in outreach to a nearby middle school.

    Meeting Dates: Every Thursday
    Meeting Times: After school

    Meeting Place: Room 178A

  • Save What's Left

    Save What's Left

    Save What's Left is an organization made up of volunteers who have dedicated themselves to the improvement of our environment and communities.  Our mission is to promote environmental awareness and education, and to inspire others to take action.  Save What’s Left endorses a cooperative, non-confrontational, scientifically-balanced approach to promoting education about environmental issues.  The ultimate goal… to ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity.

    Meeting Place:  Room 705 (Horticulture Bldg.)
    Meeting Dates:  The third Thursday of every month
    Special Events of the year:  Environmental Beautification & Recycling projects in the community

     

  • Tri-M International Music Honor Society

    TRI-M INTERNATION MUSIC HONOR SOCIETY

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    WHY TRI-M?

    In a phrase, perform, lead, and serve.

     A Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter opens up a world of opportunities for students who have already shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, they’ll develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in school and beyond.