Get Involved

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.

  • American Sign Language

    American Sign Language Club


    The mission of the American Sign Language Club is to promote ASL with an acknowledgement and respect for Deaf culture. The goals of the ASL Club are to develop and enhance students receptive and expressive ASL skills and increase their awareness and knowledge of Deaf culture.


    Ms. Coligan

    Room 701


     Officers (2021-2022)

    Isabella Hernandez - President

    Adriela Rodriguez – Vice President

    Katarina Hecht – Secretary/Treasurer

    Regan Henderson - Historian

    Jordan Stewart - Member at Large

    Ryan Laraia - Member at Large

     Important Club Information

    Meetings are held every LAST Thursday of the month, in room 701. (subject to change for events/planning)

    Remind App: text to 81010@msscoligan

     Participation: New and returning members must earn 15 club hours throughout the school year. Members can earn these hours through club meetings, club events, and school activities.

    Dues: $20 per year and this will pay for your club t-shirt. Please submit all dues to Ms. Coligan in room 701.

    Events and Activities

    The ASL club will be doing a variety of fundraising activities/events, designing our club t-shirt contest, club socials, and a ten-song ASL show (Title of the Show and Date TBA), including costume and set design. The ASL Club will donate a portion of our proceeds to a deaf non-profit 503(c) organization (TBD).

    Criteria for Joining

    1. GPA must be 2.0 or higher.
    2. Submit a completed application with $20 dues to Ms. Coligan in room 701.
    3. Commit to fundraising events – minimum of four total, for the year, equaling a minimum of one per semester.
    4. Commit to the ASL show by either being cast for a part, helping with set building, costuming, hair/makeup, ticket sales/marketing.

    Benefits of Membership

    Increase your knowledge of American Sign Language and Deaf culture.

    Participate in club activities while simultaneously making new friends.

    Participate in an amazing ASL production performed for our local Deaf and hearing communities. All ages welcome!

  • Anime



    Anime are Japanese animated productions featuring hand-drawn or computer animation. The club's mission is to provide a positive environment for students to connect with each other through the medium of Anime.


    Mrs. Candace Blake


    President Dirk Johnston

    Vice President David Smith

    Historian Ace Orta

    Secretary Justhyn Soba and Anthony Valdes

    Treasurer Ashley Made-Rosas

    Artist Zelica Grieve

    Publicist Alex Pollard

    Meeting Dates and Location

    Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month in Building 10 room 1005.

    Club Information and Club Requirements

    Regular attendance is expected. If you cannot make it, please notify one of the officers via the chat or on Remind.

    Sign up on Remind using the following:

    Text 81010

    Message @22hk4e7

    Students are expected to maintain satisfactory conduct and grades in their regular classes.

    Students will actively participate in Anime Club sponsored events and fundraisers.

    Club meetings and events will usually consist of any of the following: announcements, discussions, debate, voting, volunteer activities, cosplay, games, role-playing, manga readings, voice acting, manga swap, manga reading day, movie night, learning how to draw anime characters, etc.



    Students are expected to pay dues. Dues cover snacks and some club events. Dues are $15.

    Benefits of Membership

    • Building school and community relationships.
    • Building a positive school culture.
    • Learn about anime and Japanese culture.


  • Art

    • Art Club

      Sponsor: Ms. Zangre - Room 302

      Email contact:

      Mission Statement:

      The art club is one where the students share a love of art, self-expression, and a passion for creating their own personal style. Members will be involved in school and community projects to enhance their sense of self while helping others. It is a great place to meet like-minded artists your age who are enthusiastic about creating and having fun!

      What is required to join?

      All that is required to join art club is regular attendance at meetings every other Friday, participation in activities, and dues.

      Dues are mandatory but it is a one-time payment of $20.00

      Benefits of membership:

      Member designed sticker and T-shirt

      Museum Field Trip(s)

      End of year art supply raffle 

      Access to tons of art supplies and activities

      and more!

      First Meeting:

      September 2, 2022

      (We will be meeting every other Friday thereafter)

      3:00-4:00pm in Room 302

      2022-2023 Officers:

      President: Amy Christmas

      Vice President: Sarah Patino

      Treasurer: Bryce Ayers 

      Secretary: Erin Stouffer

  • Band

    Director - Maria Toledo


    The Colt Band program prides itself on teaching students how to express themselves aesthetically and how to perform with an intensity to inspire future Colt Band members to succeed.

    Musical Instrument Rental Agreement 

    Make Rental Payment Online

  • Best Buddies


    Embrace Uniqueness



    The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). We do this by matching student volunteers in mutually enriching friendships with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


    Courtney Roberts

    Room 208

     OFFICERS: 2021-2022







    MEETING DATES | Second Tuesday of every month, after school, in Room 208

    BAND – The App For Groups Be sure to sign up for our Band account by clicking link: OR finding CSHS Best Buddies in Band App.

    • Be sure to follow us on Instagram @cshs.bestbuddies

    PARTICIPATION | Membership in any Best Buddies chapter is open to all students in good standing with their school administration without regard to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or politics. Middle and high school chapter members generally include students in both general education and special education, while college chapter members are college students and individuals involved with an agency supporting people with IDD (group homes, transition programs, community organizations, etc.). Below are the membership opportunities available through Best Buddies for interested volunteers:

    x Peer buddy | A student without an IDD committed to a one-to-one friendship for one academic year with a person with an IDD

    x Buddy | An individual with a mild to moderate IDD who commits to a one-to-one friendship with a student without IDD for one academic year. Buddies participating in a college chapter must be 18 years old or older.

    x Associate member/associate buddy | Associate members and associate buddies are members of the chapter who are not matched in a one-to-one friendship. These individuals may not be able to commit to a one-to-one friendship or there may not be enough members with IDD to match with all membership without IDD.

    DUES | Dues for Best Buddies are $10 for the year. This includes the supplies for our monthly events as well as our Best Buddies T-Shirt. Please go to CSHS website for online payments :


    Typical activities include one-to-one bonding, games, scavenger hunts, end-of-the-year dance, and much more! We also host fundraisers on the school campus as well as in the local community.

  • Black Student Union

    • MISSION 
      The Black Student Union is an organization comprised of members who are interested in or already share a love for Black culture. Our goal is to celebrate Black culture, educate students on Black history, promote academic excellence, and teach leadership skills through interactive projects and activities inside and outside of school. We also participate in activities created by our Student Government to support our school and local community.

      Ms. Kimberley Brown

      Room 1013


      OFFICERS (2022-2023)

      PRESIDENT: Jianna Smarth 

      VICE PRESIDENTS: Angelina Brown and Jaden Antoine

      SECRETARY: Kylene Collins

      TREASURER: Mia Wilson

      ARTIST: Chelsea Sanchez

      HISTORIAN: Alyssa Darius 

      PUBLICIST: Tayina Altidor


      MEETING DATES: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month in room 1013.

      REMINDERS and INFORMATION: Be sure to get reminders and updates on…
             Remind: Text @cshsblack to 81010
             Twitter and Instagram: @cshsblack

       PARTICIPATION: New and returning members must attend at least 5 meetings or activities per school year to be considered active members.

       DUES:  $30.00 will be paid for dues. Students will use Dues for t-shirt payment and for bi-weekly individually wrapped snacks.

      Typical activities include: Black History Month posters and activities, group volunteering at local organizations, t-shirt days, local gatherings, trivia activities and games, group discussions, field trips, school wide events, special guest speakers, Thanksgiving baskets, potlucks, sidewalk painting, Kwanzaa activities, canned food drives, collaborations with other clubs and organizations, fundraisers and much more!
      All students are welcome at the BSU.

  • Business Professionals of America

    • Business Professionals of America

        • Business Professionals of America  


          Mission Statement 

          Our mission at Business Professionals of America is to develop and empower student leaders to discover their passion and change the world by creating unmatched opportunities in learning, professional growth, and service. 


          Sponsor Information 

          Mrs. Brenda Schaffer: 

          Mr. Jason Freedman: 



          President – Jaden Anderson 

          Vice President – Wonchae Lee 

          Treasurer – Givinchie Gordon 

          Recording Secretary – Edwin Castillo 

          Social Media Coordinator/Historian – Damir Penaranda 

          Officer applications will open during the end of the 2022-2023 school year for next year’s officers. 


          Meeting Dates and Location 

          Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at Mrs. Schaffer’s room in 216. 


          Club Pertinent Information 

          Our Instagram is @cshs_bpa. We will put out announcements and other information from this platform as well as highlight successful students and our team. 

          Our email is Please email us if you have any questions. 

          Our website is Use this site as a general resource for events, competition dates, contact information, etc. 

          All announcements regarding the club will be in the BAND App: 


          Club Requirements/ Membership Criteria 

          • All club members must be in one of CSHS's business classes. If you have any extenuating circumstances, please contact the officers through the BAND app or contact Mrs. Schaffer / Mr. Freedman.  
          • All club members must pay dues which are $15 & are due October 15th. These dues cover our club t-shirt and our required club dues to the Florida and National BPA. 



          Dues are $15. It is a one-time payment to cover for the BPA organization & T-Shirts. 


          Traditional Events/Patronages 

          We have 3 competitions each year. The district, state, and national level across the United States.  

          • Districts will be held at Coral Springs High School and Pompano Beach High School 
          • States will be held at Orlando, Florida 
          • Nationals will be held at Anaheim, California.  


          Benefits of Membership 

          • Travel the across country with your peers and make lasting memories. 
          • Compete against thousands of students at the district, state, and national level. 
          • Get awards for outstanding achievement in competitions. 
          • Apply and win scholarships exclusive to BPA. 
          • Become certified in different fields (Adobe, Python, Word, Excel). 
          • Build bonds between partners and others on the team as we travel and compete together. 
          • Run for district, state, and national offices. 
          • Participate in service projects organized by a team of national officers and advisors. 




    Mission Statement:
    As CSHS's resident Poetry Club, Cadence is a home for creatives who want to express themselves creatively, listen and learn from their peers, and grow their confidence and performance skills. 
    Sponsor Information:
    • Cait Tate, ELA 9, Newspaper Hon, CRW (intro & hon.)
    • Daniel Johnson (President);
    • Rachea McDonald (Vice-President)

    Meeting Dates and Location:

    Fridays @ 3pm in Room 1014

    • Club Pertinent Information:

    A place to share, workshop, and experience original poetry as well as compete in poetry-based competitions.

    • Club Requirements/ Membership Criteria:

    Open membership; 9-12 grade; Must meet school extracurricular participation requirements (GPA/Behavior).

    • Dues: (as of 2021-2022 school year) None

    • Traditional Events/Patronages:

    Weekly workshops; Poetry & Learning Conference; Individual & Group Spoken Word Competitions

    • Benefits of Membership:

    Community, social-emotional growth, creative expression, self-confidence, catharsis/healing, and more!

  • Chess Club

    Mission Statement:

    Chess is a game that can be learned at any age. Chess improves concentration and memory, develops logical thinking skills, imagination and creativity, teaches independence and prediction skills, but most of all participating in the Chess Club helps to inspire self- motivation and builds social skills. Our Mission is to engage students of all levels in the game of chess. Members of the Chess Club learn to participate socially in leveled competitions with good sportsmanship.

     Join the Chess Club Remind - Text the message 81010 @f6f424


     Ms. Maggio

    754 322-0605

    Officers: TBA

    All students welcome

    Chess Club

  • Colt Chorus

    Welcome, Colt Musicians!

    Visit the Colt Chorus Page.

  • Construction Management

    Construction Management


     Construction Management


    The Construction Management is a job ready organization comprised of members who share a love for building. Our goal is to promote jobs with skills set in mind coming out of school. Through interactive projects and activities in school, students will get the hands-on experience they need to enter the work force. We also participate in activities created by our Student Government to support our school and local community.


    Mrs. Annette Dumas

    Room 921



    PRESIDENT: Hunter Viera

    VICE PRESIDENT: MeiLyn Randle

    SECRETARY: Michael Thompson

    TREASURER: Luis Maristany


    HISTORIAN: Stanley Paul

    REPRESENTATIVE: Ron Alvarado


    MEETING DATES: Every Tuesdays and Thursdays of the month in the shop room.

  • Crime Watch

    • Mission Statement: To create a crime-free, drug-free environment through a youth-led movement. To instill positive values, foster good citizenship, and build self-confidence in our young people. To enable youth to become the necessary resources for preventing drug use and other crimes in their schools and neighborhoods.

       • Sponsor Information: Kawana Jones, Room 711,

       • Officers:2020-2021

      President: Rose Metayer

      Vice President: Christ-Nayda Alexandre


      • Meeting Dates and Location: Every other Monday from 3:15-4

       • Club Pertinent Information: Club members will meet every other Monday to discuss school related issues, activities and events that Crime Watch will be required to participate in. Students will also have the opportunity to earn 40 service hours and their CPR certification.

       • Club Requirements/ Membership Criteria: 2.5 GPA and Zero behavioral issues/ referrals

       • Dues: $10 which covers Crime Watch T-shirts and field trips.

      • Traditional Events/Patronages: We attend multiple field trips to local Police Departments and BSO jail facility tours, host various first responder’s appreciation events and assist with school related events.

      • Benefits of Membership: Members who desire a career in law enforcement will have an opportunity to work with our local police department to acquire first-hand knowledge of how law enforcement works. Members will also have the opportunity to participate in athletic events and host various events for our local law enforcement officers and first responders.


    • CSHS SGA 

      Mission Statement

      The purpose of the Coral Springs High School Student Government Association is to representing and serving the needs of the student body through coordinating student activities and charity fundraisers to help the community at large. 

      Sponsor Information:  
      Cassandra Y. Brice Room 204

      2021-2022 Executive Board

      President - Parker Johnson

      1st Vice President - Trista Currier

      2nd Vice President - Marquis Stubbs

      3rd Vice President - Elliot Eibe

      Student Advisor to the School Board - Logan Viera

      D6 Vice President - Ashley Camargo

      Social Media Director - Ella Gendler

      Secretary - Chelsea Borja

      ICC Secretary - Ayana Johnson

      Treasurer - Nathaniel Pelton

      Historian 1 - Emily Altmark

      Historian 2 - Katherine Cova

      Historian 3 - Amani Hill

      Senators - Danielle Anderson, Logan Black, Michael McFarlin, and Gabrielle Prager 

      Meeting Dates and Location:
      SGA Meets the first Wednesday of Every Month at 2:50pm in the Media Center
      Club Pertinent Information
      Please refer to our website at CSHSSGA.Webs.Com
      (currently under construction)
      Club Requirements
      Any student at CSHS is a member of SGA.  There are no requirements Feel free to attend our monthly general meetings to bring fresh ideas you would like to see happen at CSHS. 
      There are no dues to be in SGA.  
      Traditional Events, 
      Freshman Invasion
      Pig Bowl Tailgate
      Harvest Drive
      Dance Marathon
      Golf Tournament
      Benefits of Membership
      Students will gain a working knowledge of how to meet using Parliamentary Procedures as well as have a say in the planning of school events and events and be a deciding factor when determining what type of community service events and projects we participate in. 

  • CSHS Speech and Debate

    • CSHS Speech and Debate

    • Mission Statement
    • The CSHS Speech and Debate Team is a competitive academic club for anybody with a passion for performance. We compete at tournaments across Broward and the state of Florida throughout the school year, and even into the summer.
    • Sponsor: Brandon Inzinna


  • CSHS SSS Step Team

     CSHS SSS Step Team

     ·         MISSION  

    ·         The SSS Step Team is a service-based organization where students with an intense passion for Step have the opportunity to express themselves and their pride for their school through the use of their hands, feet, and mouth. Our goal is to increase student awareness and pride while bringing a new type of diversity to school events and traditions. We participate in activities created by our Student Government to support our school and local community while training to bring pride to our school at local Step Shows.

    ·         SPONSOR

    ·         Ms. Batson

    ·         Room 712



    OFFICERS (2020-2021)

    ·         Captain: Jazmin Grace

    ·         Co-Captain: Orianna Crawlle

    ·         Historian: Ja'Rissa Dorlus


    ·         MEETING DATES: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday in Room 800*

    *Dates vary based on performances.

    ·         REMINDERS and INFORMATION: Be sure to get the monthly agenda and updates at

    To sign up:

    Text 81010

    This code: @cshsstep

  • Drama

    Mission Statement:
    The Coral Springs High School Drama Club strives to educate students on the importance of the arts while creating a comfortable, fun, and welcoming environment. The Drama Club offers fun educational experiences that uplift students to achieve confidence in performances and their creative abilities. Our mission is to assist students in taking the initiative to become excellent speakers, performers, and artists. This club has and will continue to offer amazing experiences and friendships!
    Sponsor Information:
    President - Ariadna Guzman 
    Vice President - Brittany Zevallos 
    Secretary- Natalia Henry
    Historian - Sofia Palhano
    IOC Representative- Malaya Zabat 
    **Our auditions for the spring musical, IN THE HEIGHTS will begin the week of August 22 after school only. Please see an officer or Ms Krantz for more detailed information on how and where to sign up. (You will be required to sing a 30 second song and do the 30 second dance audition)
    **Our first Drama Club Meeting will take place September 2nd Afterschool in Room 423!
     • Club Requirements/ Membership Criteria Regular attendance at meetings, participate in fundraisers, dues 
    Dues are mandatory but are a one time payment of $25
    Benefits of Membership:
    Students build confidence, creativity, concentration, communication skills, teamwork, and many friendships. Students can be inducted in the International Thespian Society. Students may represent our troupe by competing at District and State Festival.

  • First Priority

    First Priority

    Mission Statement: Help Christian students learn the Gospel so they can share it with their peers. We are passionate about connecting the CHURCH to reach the CAMPUS for CHRIST. 

    SPONSOR ·         Mrs. Alvarado ·         Room 512 ·         Email: ·         OFFICERS (2022-2023) ·         Nel-Ashley Mahautiere (Leader) Sarah Masse (Co-Leader) Nahika Sommers (Co-Leader) ·         MEETING DATES: Every Tuesday in Room 512 or room 604 at 3:00 pm  ·         REMINDERS and INFORMATION: Be sure to get the monthly agenda and updates at 

    To sign up: 

    Text 81010 

    Code: @fp2223 

  • French Club

    French Club

    Mission Statement 

    • To demonstrate the cultures of the French-speaking world in a positive and respectful way and to spread the knowledge and the support to our school and community.

     Sponsor Information

      • Lesha Salner: French II, III, IV, and AP Teacher
      • Portable 942

     Officers for the 2020-2021 School Year

    • President – V. Leal 
    • Vice President – J. Reyes 
    • Secretary – A. Blanc 
    • Treasurer – Y. Brown 
    • Publicist – C. Gregoire 
    • Historian – S. Quach
    • Art Director - M. Lennon

    Remind: 81010 @fcshs2021

    Meeting Dates and Locations

    • Meetings will take place after school at 3:30-4:30 on the 4th Wednesday of every month.
    • Remind and Teams links - stay tuned

    Club Pertinent Information

    • For Reminders:
      • Text @c66f8 to 81010
      • Instagram: @cshsfrenchclub
      • Bulletin Board located in front of the entrance to the portables.

    Club Requirements & Membership Criteria

      • MUST attend 6 or more meetings and events or you will not be able to go to the End of the Year Banquet.
      • Submit a completed membership application to Mrs. Salner in portable 942.
      • Pay membership dues


      • Membership dues are $30. These funds are used to pay club t-shirts and club activities/events. To pay for dues go to the school website and click on Online Payments or the “$” sign.

     Traditional Events & Patronages

      • Bond Fire
      • Sidewalk Painting
      • Thanksgiving Basket
      • Beaujolais Nouveau
      • Soirée Film: Movie Night
      • Dîner International: International Dinner
      • Mardi Gras
      • Fundraisers
      • Thé Fête: Tea Party
      • Teacher Appreciation
      • End of the Year Banquet at a French Restaurant

     Benefits of Membership

      • If you would like to be exposed to diversity and rich culture, join the French Club!

  • Future Educators of America

    • Future Educators of America

      Coral Springs High School Chapter



      The mission of Future Educators of America is to encourage interested high school students to enter the teaching profession by providing them with the support necessary for success in their college or career experiences.



      Guide students to the paths they truly want to focus on in their college and career endeavors.



      Ms. González

      Room 210




      Meeting Dates: 2nd Wednesday of every month


      Reminders and Information: Be sure to get the monthly agenda and updates at…


                  Remind: Text the message @fea123 to the phone number 81010

                 Instagram: @CSHS_FEA

      Twitter: @CSHS_FEA


      For more information about our CSHS FEA chapter join our Canvas page:


      For more information about what FEA is about visit the following website:


      Participation: New and returning members must plan and participate in social, college & career activities, fundraising and service activities. Participate in local elementary school tutoring sessions during the class period.


      Club Hours Minimum:

      1st year in FEA: 25 club hours

      2nd year in FEA: 20 club hours

      3rd year in FEA: 15 club hours

      4th year in FEA: 10 club hours



      Seniors: $25

      Underclassmen: $20

       These funds are used to cover the costs of club shirts, Senior cords, club activities/supplies and donations to worthy causes.


      Typical activities include: Foster Home activities, Christmas Boxes for Foster Kids, College visits/activities, Service activities, Social activities, Fundraising activities and Professional activities.


      Senior Cords: Students that have been in Future Educators of America and paid their dues/raised funds and have met club hour requirements will receive a cord at graduation in recognition of their hard work in FEA.


      The student must…

      1. be dependable, responsible & trustworthy
      2. fill out an application
      3. have a weighted cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher


    • Mission Statement: ​ 

      The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. 

       Sponsor Information:  

      Ms.Mortimer | Room 314 | 


      TBA for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year  

      Meeting Dates and Location:  

      FFA will meet twice a month. Dates/Times will be sent out through Remind. Make sure you sign up!  

      Club Pertinent Information:  

      Text 81010 to @ffasprings to get signed up on our Remind for important club information! 

      Club Requirements/ Membership Criteria: The student must...  

      1. Have taken or is currently taking Agriscience with Ms. Mortimer 
      2. Pay FFA dues 
      3. Attend/Participate in at least one meeting a month AND FFA Week  


      Annual dues are $20 and can be paid online (go to CSHS website – Online Payments). These funds are used to pay for club t-shirts and national FFA membership.  


      Typical activities include community service opportunities, field trips, guest speakers, FFA Week, Thanksgiving baskets donation, sidewalk painting, canned food drives, Relay for Life, & much more! 




    Generally, the mission of the GSA Club is to enhance the education of the total student body as it relates to gender identity, sexual orientation, homophobia, and to promote the emotional and mental health of any students that are prone to bullying, shunning, and other forms of marginalization. More specifically, the GSA Club will focus on the emotional and mental well-being of LGBTQ students by providing educational, recreational, and entertainment opportunities for club members.


    Lester J. Leavitt

    Room 609




    President: (elections are in progress, and will be completed by October 1st)




    Social Media / Publications Coordinator:

    Bulletin Board Coordinator



    Meetings are held every 1st, 3rd, and 4th Wednesday of the month.

    Meetings are held in Room 609 at 2:45. Meetings typically last for 45 minutes.




    Club dues are set at $5 but are waived for extenuating circumstances.

    Members can choose instead to be active in fundraising efforts.

    Attendance at weekly meetings is not mandatory, but members who do not attend at least one meeting per month can have their membership dropped.



    Traditional annual events include the following:

    1) GSA Summit (in October, Sponsored by Broward County Public Schools – Office of Diversity, Prevention, and Intervention)

    2) Relay for Life (in March).



    Stakeholders of the GSA Club are LGBTQ students, student allies to LGBTQ students (friends), supportive parents, supportive teachers, school administrators, school counselors, and students enrolled in Peer Counseling classes.

  • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)


    Coral Springs High School Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)



    The name of this organization shall be the CORAL SPRINGS HIGH Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA). 


    The primary objectives of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) shall be to develop leadership and technical skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition.

    The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) shall be a link between the school, the students and the local community and will serve as a means for participatory inclusion and educational enhancement through which the various stakeholders in the school community may assist the school and the school may assist the community. The stakeholders are parents, business people, students, other community representatives, professional educators, and other school staff.  The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) shall be a resource to the school and school principal.  Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) functions shall include:

    1. To enhance the health science education of the total student body


    1. To promote physical and mental well-being; career opportunities in health care


    1. To teach leadership and technical skill competencies


    1. To provide realistic career choices and seek successful employment in the health care field


    1. To develop the ability to communicate effectively with people and an understanding of current health care issues, environmental concerns, and survival needs of the community, the nation and the world

    The actions and activities of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) will be in accordance with Florida State Statutes, Broward County School Board Policy, and Coral Springs High School Procedures


    The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) shall be representative of the ethnic diversity of the school’s student population. All efforts should be made to meet this goal. All member students must be registered and attending Coral Springs High School.

    All qualified students are invited to attend this organization’s meetings as non-voting participants without regard to membership of the organization

    Section 1.         Voting:  When a consensus cannot be reached, a vote of the membership will be taken. All members of the organization shall have one vote each. A voting member must be present to vote.

    Section 2.         Term of Membership:  Members of this organization should attend this organization’s meetings on a regular basis.  Membership may be obtained upon the third consecutive attendance of properly noticed meetings. A member may be removed from membership after two (2) unexcused consecutive absences from properly noticed meetings.

    Section 3.         Length of Membership: Sponsors will certify membership at the last meeting of each school year. 


    Section 1.         Officers of this organization will consist of a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Service Hour Coordinator, Historian, and ICC Representative.

    Section 2.         The officers shall be elected annually from the membership in good standing at the first Monday of May meeting.

    Section 3:         Installation of new officers will be held at the first Monday of May meeting of the school year.

    Section 4:         If for any reason, an officer is unable to complete the term of office, a new election will be held at the next meeting.

    Section 5.         Nominating Committee:

    1. There shall be a nominating committee composed of three members who shall be elected by this organization at a regular meeting. The committee shall consist of at least one, but not more than two, of current elected officers and the remainder from the general membership.


    1. The nominating committee will present a slate of candidates for each office at which time nominations from the floor will be taken.


    1. The Chairperson Mable Bailey shall preside at all meetings of this organization and will be an ex-officio member of all committees except the nominating committee. The Chairperson Mable Bailey will prepare an agenda at least 7 days in advance for all meetings.  A copy of the agenda shall be provided to anyone who requests it.  The Chairperson will represent this organization at District meetings and/or workshops and/or may choose a designee to attend as necessary. 


    1. The duties of the Co-Chairperson Nicole Ramos shall be to represent the Chairperson Mable Bailey in his/her assigned duties, and to substitute Nicole Ramos for the Chairperson Mable Bailey during his/her absence, and to perform such other duties as may be assigned to him/her by the Chairperson Mable Bailey.


    1. The Secretary shall be responsible for all correspondence and notices of meetings. The Secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings and assure that copies of the minutes are distributed in a timely manner to members.  Minutes will be made available to any stakeholder who requests them.  The Secretary will keep an accurate record of attendance at all meetings as well as a current roster of all stakeholders.


    1. The Treasurer shall be responsible for recording all transactions regarding funds earned and paid. The Treasurer shall keep written records of all transactions and made available at all official meetings and as requested. (Note: The Club Sponsor is ultimately accountable and responsible for all financial transactions regarding the club).




    The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) shall meet regularly and the schedule of meetings for the year will be determined and published in ­­­­May for the current school year.  This organization will meet once per calendar month at a minimum.


    Section 1.         Guests:  All meetings are open to guests with prior administrative approval. Guests must sign in at the front office and under escort by an organization member. Guests must be in the presence of the sponsor at all times. Guests may not vote on this organization’s issues.


    Section 2.         Attendance of members will be kept for all meetings.  The Secretary or a designee will take attendance.  Attendance records will be sent to the Assistant Principal for Activities.


    Section 3.         Minutes of all meetings will be recorded by the Secretary or a designee.  Minutes will be sent to the Assistant Principal for Activities, kept on file at the school and posted for public view.  Minutes of the previous meeting will be approved at the next meeting, with any additions or corrections noted.


    Minutes will reflect all motions (including:  maker of the motion, person seconding and the results of the vote) and any decisions reached by consensus.


    Section 4.         Special meetings may be called by the Chairperson or by notice of any three (3) members in writing to the Chairperson.


    Section 5.         All scheduled meetings, meeting times, and places will be announced at least one week in advance.  Any matter that is scheduled to come before the organization for a vote requires at least 3 days advance written notice to all members.  Members must be advised of a change in the established date, time or location.  All special meetings will require notification.


    Section 6.         Meetings will be scheduled at times and locations convenient for all stakeholders (parents, students, teachers, business persons, and members of the community).


    Section 7.         A quorum is the minimum number of members who must be present at a meeting for business to be conducted and for voting to take place.  A majority of the membership of the organization (50% plus 1) constitutes a quorum.


    Section 8.         Meetings will follow the approved agenda.  Each item on the agenda will be discussed to the satisfaction of the members present.  Meeting discussions will be restricted to those topics on the agenda.  Other matters will be deferred to another meeting, or to the Assistant Principal for Activities


    Section 9.         Voting will be by roll call.  Official votes will become part of the minutes.  Alternates and proxy votes are not permitted.




    1. The Chairperson Mable Bailey shall create such committees as may be required to promote the objectives of the organization.


    1. Committees may include other stakeholders, with Sponsor approval, not belonging to this particular organization.


    1. The Chairperson Mable Bailey is an ex-officio member of all committees except the nominating committee.


    1. All committees shall bring recommendations to the membership for consensus at the monthly organization meeting.


    1. School Board Policy requires each student club or activity have a Board approved employee SPONSOR.


    1. The Sponsor is responsible for training and supervising the students in the conduct of their activities.


    1. The sponsor will ensure all monies and records related to the activities are properly controlled, receipted and deposited in the internal funds.


    1. The sponsor is responsible for the preparation of any required financial reports.




    1. Members will have opportunities to engage in training activities and workshops to build the team, orient new members, develop skills, and gain a better understanding as to their roles in the purpose of the organization.


    1. All members of this organization will take an active role in developing, implementing, and evaluating the organizations purpose and associated activities.


    1. This organization and its officers will follow all School procedures, District policies, state rules, and state statutes in conducting its business.


    Club Bylaws and procedures must conform with the State of Florida statutes and the policies of the School Board of Broward County, Florida.


    1. Amendments to the bylaws will be approved by a majority of the organization’s members. Bylaws will be reviewed and ratified annually.


    1. Upon ratification, a copy of the annual bylaws will be forwarded to the Assistant Principal for Activities

    Article XI.  Signatures

    The Sponsor of the CORAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is Mable Bailey.


    The Officers of the CORAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) for the 2018-2019 School Year are as follows:


    1. President                          Brandon Nguyen                                                                     9/13/18
    2. Vice President Nia Goodall                                                                            9/13/18
    3. Treasurer       Adrianna Gutierrez                                                         9/13/18
    4. Secretary                               Melody Arevclo                                                                       9/13/18
    5. Service Hour Coordinator Deena Ali                                      9/13/18
    6. Historian Sage Hernandez                                                                      9/13/18
    7. ICC Representative Khang Doan                                      9/13/18     


    Ratified ___9/13/18   


    Amended        9/13/18                        


    _______   _    9/13/18___

    Sponsor Signature                    Date    

  • HOPE

    HOPE Club of Coral Springs

    Sponsor: Darren Weiss (

    Club Officers:

    President: Kimora Walker

    Vice-President: Rashad Pierre

    Secretary: Thaima Francois

    Treasurer: Stephanie Gomez

    Mission:  The HOPE club (Helping Overcome Problems Effectively) is a SBBC approved organization with its main aim being to prevent suicide in young people (especially teenagers/students).

    Meeting Times: HOPE meets one day per month from 3pm-4pm in Room 613

    Dues: $15 per school

    Membership: Any currently enrolled student at Coral Springs High School may become a member of the HOPE club, yet he/she may not partake in all of the club activities unless the full amount of yearly dues are paid.

    Activities: HOPE sponsors a walk towards the end of the year at a location to be determined for charity ; community service hours may be offered depending upon time/decision of club officers.


  • Jewish Student Union

    Jewish Student Union

    Coral Springs High School Chapter


    The Mission of the Jewish Student Union is to educate Jewish and non Jewish students at Coral Springs High School about Jewish Heritage, Culture, and Religion.  The objective of JSU is for students to become exposed to and more familiar with all things Jewish!



    Encourage and guide students to learn about and engage with Jewish customs, culture, and religion.

    JSU Sponsor

    Mr. Gaddie

    Room 946


    Important Club Information

    Meeting dates:  1st Monday of each month virtually

    Link to Meeting:

    Microsoft Teams meeting

    Join on your computer or mobile app

    Click here to join the meeting

    Or call in (audio only)

    +1 754-216-1864,,76374194# United States, Fort Lauderdale

    Phone Conference ID: 763 741 94#

    Find a local number | Reset PIN

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  • Junior Class

    Sponsor Information

    Maureen Collins

    Room 951 or Room 701


    President – Gabrielle Prager

    1. President – Nathaniel Pelton and Maria Del Aguila

    Treasurer – Cavana McKenzie

    Secretary – Chelsea Borja and Schadrac Cherilus

    Historian – Sarah Johnson and Katherine Cova

    Class Representatives – Isabel Castillo, Lavelle Fracnis, Mikaela Jativa, Micheal McFarlin, Danielle Anderson and Marquis Stubbs

    Meeting Dates and Locations

    Virtual – Bi-weekly on Tuesdays at 3:15pm via Microsoft Teams.

    Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

    +1 754-216-1864   United States, Fort Lauderdale (Toll)

    Conference ID: 536 103 331#

    Club Requirements/Membership Criteria

    Become involved with the junior class to offer the best experience to all your junior class! Criteria: enthusiasm, motivation and excitement.


    An enthusiastic attitude!

    Traditional Events

    At the beginning of each school year, a junior class shirt will be created and sold to the entire school. We show our CSHS pride by participating in color wars, SGA, sporting events, homecoming, spirit week, etc.

    Benefits of Membership

    Creating unforgettable memories with the entire student body of CSHS.

    Junior Class Instagram


  • Key Club

    Coral Springs High School Key Club:


    Key Club


    Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism. In partnership with their local Kiwanis club, high school students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities.


    Felice Tzabery

    Room 716


    Officers (2020-2021)

    Isabel Majdoch-President
    Maria Del Aguila- VP
    Jade Chambers- Secretary
    Janiyah Joseph- Treasurer
    Miranda Anslett- Service Hour coordinator
    Julia Ribeiro- Historian

    Participation: New and returning members must earn 20 club hours throughout the year. Seniors will receive an honor cord to wear at graduation. Members can earn these hours by attending meeting and participation in club events.

    Dues: Please pay 30.00 online (go to CSHS – online payments) These funds are used for Key Club international membership and a t-shirt.

    Events/ Activities

    Typical activities include: Monthly meeting, Club activities, UNICEF and Smile Train fundraising. Rely for life, canned food drive, teacher appreciation and much more.


    Seniors Cords: Students that have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, have paid their dues and have meet club service hours will have the opportunity to wear a cord at graduation.




    Kindness Matters is a service-based organization comprised of members whose mission is to create and sustain a kindness movement. Our goal is to inspire and promote acts of gratitude, compassion and kindness within our school and community. We also partner with Student Government and other service clubs in providing service to the community.   


    Mrs. Candace Blake



    Meeting Dates and Location

    Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month in Building 10 room 1005.

    Club Information and Club Requirements

    Regular attendance is expected. If you cannot make it, please notify one of the officers via the chat or on Remind.

    Sign up on Remind using the following:

    Text 81010

    Message @69cbd4

    Students are expected to maintain satisfactory conduct and grades in their regular classes.

    Students will actively participate in Kindness Matters Club sponsored events and fundraisers.

    Club meetings and events will usually consist of any of the following: announcements, discussions, voting, volunteer activities, games, etc.


    Students are expected to pay dues. Dues cover snacks and some club events. Dues are $15.

    Benefits of Membership

    • Spreading Kindness throughout the school and community through volunteer service.
    • Building school and community relationships as well as a positive culture.
    • Gaining service hours towards graduation requirements, silver cord, and Bright Futures.


    Contact Person:
    MTL Coordinator: Kawana Jones
    MTL is a peer-to-peer mentoring, student leadership and educational reengagement program 
    which serves youth who are at risk for not graduating and/or remaining in school. The program 
    aims to increase graduation rates and decrease dropout rates, particularly among minority 
    males. MTL is based on five pillars:

    1. Academic Achievement 
    Ninth (9th) and tenth (10th) graders who have earned below a 2.0 grade point average are 
    assigned a caring adult-an Academic Coach-and student mentors for ongoing support, 
    including learning study skills in a quiet, structured environment (study hall) twice 
    per week, as well as receiving support with monitoring and increasing academic progress.

    2.  Mentoring 
    High achieving  (GPA  3.0  or above)  upperclassmen with demonstrated leadership skills 
    participate in a two-year mentor relationship with students who have earned a GPA 
    lower than 2.0. This is a structured relationship that is facilitated by MTL program staff. All MTL 
    students are exposed to adult role models and mentors from the community during 
    monthly workshops,  and from interacting with guest speakers who take part in
    the  MTL  Career and  College  Exploration  Series. Monthly  parent education  workshops  to  
    cover  topics such  as  Graduation  Requirements, Grading,   Stages   of   Adolescent   
    Development,   Academic   Needs  of Adolescents,  etc.  Parent workshops to address  
    parental needs, such as; Employability Training, Managing Stress, and literacy classes will also 
    be offered while simultaneously developing parent leaders.

    3. Family Involvement 
    MTL parents and guardians attend monthly parent education workshops that cover topics such 
    as; graduation requirements, grading, stages of adolescent development, academic needs 
    of adolescents, etc.

    4. Community Support 
    Community members volunteer to serve as adult mentors and role models, presenters at 
    parent and student workshops, guest speakers through the College and Career Exploration 
    Series, as well as donors, sponsors and members of the MTL Advisory Board.

    5.  Incentives 
    Program participants earn several incentives as they work to improve their grades and meet 
     high school graduation requirements. Student mentors also earn incentives as they inspire 
    their peers to achieve academic excellence.  These incentives include recognition within the 
    school and community, visits to local colleges and post-secondary institutions, and an all-
    expenses paid College Tour.
    student services

  • Mu Alpha Theta


      What is the history of Mu Alpha Theta?

      Mu Alpha Theta (ΜΑΘ) is the United States mathematics honor society for high school and two-year college students. In June 2015, it served over 108,000 student members in over 2,200 chapters in the United States and in 20 foreign countries. Its main goals are to inspire keen interest in mathematics, develop strong scholarship in the subject, and promote the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. The name is a rough transliteration of math into Greek (Mu Alpha Theta).

      What are the requirements to be in Mu Alpha Theta?


      The national requirements for individual membership in a local chapter are as follows. These are the minimum requirements; chapters may elect to have stricter standards but not lower ones. Students are encouraged to participate in Mu Alpha Theta club meetings and activities, even if they do not qualify as members:

      • Members must be high school students in grades 9 through 12.
      • Members must be registered with Mu Alpha Theta at the school at which their permanent records reside.
      • Members must have completed the equivalent of two years of college preparatory mathematics, including algebra and/or geometry, and have completed or are enrolled in a third year of college preparatory mathematics.
      • On the 4-point grading scale, members must have at least a 3.0 math grade point average.

      *** Not ready to be a member? Become an associate! ***


      Associates are not members of Mu Alpha Theta but are likely candidates for membership. Associates do not pay the initiation fee but are eligible to be listed with the National Office, should they wish to participate in Mu Alpha Theta national math contests. While they are not entitled to vote nor hold office in their chapter, they are entitled to attend and be heard at meetings. A student may remain an associate for only one year and then, if eligible, must be inducted as a member of Mu Alpha Theta.

      • Associates must be high school students in grades 9 through 12
      • Associates must be at the school where their permanent record resides.
      • Associates must have completed one year of algebra, or its equivalent, with distinction and are currently enrolled in a higher math course.

      For more information about Mu Alpha Theta including benefits such as scholarships, the foundation, and more, visit

      2021- 2022 Sponsor and Club Officers



      Abygail Davis


      Tyler Van Horn

      Vice President / Social Media Manager

      Lucia Bedoya

      Recording/ Corresponding Secretary

      Gabrielle Prager


      Club Information

      • The club meets biweekly on Mondays from 2:50pm-3:50pm in room 518.

      Meeting dates: 11/29/2021, 12/13/2021, 1/3/2022, 1/24/2022, 2/7/2022, 2/28/2022, 3/14/2022, 4/4/2022, 4/18/2022, 5/2/2022, 5/16/2022 and 5/23/2022 (subject to change).

      • Club dues are $37-$47.
      • We offer tutoring, however, due to limited number of students and potential health concerns, please refer to the district’s tutoring service AskBRIA if your tutoring needs require help on more than a few questions. The AskBRIA program is designed to assist all students for 5 hours each day. For more information, please visit


      Graduation Cords

      To earn graduation cords, students must:

      1. Maintain their membership until graduation (See the MEMBERS section above).
      2. Be an active member of the club for 1 year (2 years as of 2022-2023 school year and a minimum of 3 years for all school years to follow).
      3. Complete their tutoring circuit.
      4. Compete in all FATMAT competitions.
      5. Be an exemplary club member (including but not limited to attending all club meetings).

  • Multicultural Club

    Multicultural Club

    Mission Statement

      • To demonstrate the cultures of the entire world in a positive and respectful way and to spread the knowledge and the support to our school and community.

    Sponsor Information

      • Lesha Salner: French II, III, IV, and AP Teacher
      • Portable 942

    Officers for the 2020-2021 School Year

    • President – A. Elma 
    • Vice President – M. Cartwright 
    • Secretary – D. Paul 
    • Treasurer – A. Bessard 
    • Publicist – R. Desir 
    • Historian – P. Delva 
    • Art Director – C. Thai 

    Remind: 81010 @4g7h393 

    • Meeting Dates and Locations
      • Meetings will take place afterschool at 3:30-4:30 on the 1st Wednesday of every month in portable 942.
      • Remind and Teams link: Stay tuned
    • Club Pertinent Information
      • For Reminders:
        • Text @a7f3abg to 81010
        • Bulletin Board located in the 600s next to Room 602.
    • Club Requirements & Membership Criteria
      • MUST attend 6 or more meetings and events or you will not be able to go to the End of the Year Banquet.
      • Submit a completed membership application to Mrs. Salner in portable 942.
      • Pay membership dues
    • Dues
      • Membership dues are $15. These funds are used to pay club t-shirts and club activities/events. To pay for dues go to the school website and click on Online Payments or the “$” sign.
    • Traditional Events & Patronages
      • Sidewalk Painting
      • Thanksgiving Basket
      • Movie Night
      • International Dinner
      • Multicultural Show
      • Fundraisers
      • Teacher Appreciation
      • End of the Year Banquet at a Restaurant
    • Benefits of Membership
      • If you would like to be exposed to diversity and rich culture, join the Multicultural Club!

  • National Art Honors Society

    National Art Honors Society


    The National Art Honor Society is an art service-based organization comprised of members who share a love for Art.  We take art related field trips and participate in community-based activities around Broward County. We also participate in activities created by our Student Government to support our school and local community.


    Coming Soon

  • National English Honor Society

    National English Honor Society


    The National English Honor Society is a service-based organization comprised of members who share a love for English. Our goal is to promote literacy in our community as well as a passion for reading amongst CSHS students. We also participate in activities created by our Student Government to support our school and local community.


    Ms. Itkoff

    Room 1125



    MEETING DATES: Fourth Wednesday of each month, 3-4 pm in Room 1125.

    REMINDERS and INFORMATION: Be sure to get the monthly agenda and updates at…

             Remind: Text @ke2k89 to 81010


    PARTICIPATION: New and returning members must earn 10 club hours per semester. New members who meet the requirements will be officially inducted at the end of the year and seniors who have been in the club for two or more years will receive an honor cord to wear at graduation. Members can earn these hours by attending meetings and participating in club events and school activities.


    DUES: Annual dues are $20 and can be paid online (go to CSHS website – Online Payments). These funds are used to pay for club t-shirts, club activities/supplies, induction ceremony costs, senior cords, and donations to worthy causes.



    Typical activities include: English tutoring, Hispanic Heritage Month author posters, letter-writing to former teachers, Poetry Slams, book drives, Thanksgiving baskets donation, sidewalk painting, Literacy Week activities, canned food drives, Black History Month author posters, Women History Month author posters, participation in the “Colts Critique” Reading Program, Relay for Life, & much more!


    SENIOR CORDS: Students that have been inducted into NEHS who hold a GPA of 3.2 or higher, have paid their dues, and have met club requirements for 2 or more years will have the opportunity to wear a cord at graduation.

    INDUCTION CEREMONY: New members who meet the club hours requirement will be officially inducted into the club in April/May of their first year. This is a formal event to which parents are invited and dessert will be served afterward.


    The student must…

    1. Have attained an A or B average in previous English courses

    2. Have a weighted cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher

    3. Submit a completed application (including current English teacher’s signature) to Ms. Itkoff in Room 1125 or via email

    4. Pay membership dues online

  • National Honor Society (NHS)


      Welcome to the Coral Spring High School Chapter of the National Honor Society!

      The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. 

      NHS Leadership 


      Tracey Robinson 




      Maria Del Aguila 

      Vice President 

      Nathaniel Pelton 


      Logan Viera 

      Corresponding Secretary 

      Cavana McKenzie 

      Recording Secretary 

      Rachea McDonald 


      Austin Covert 

      Service Hour Coordinator 


      Tutoring Coordinator 

      Michael McFarlin 

      Blood Drive Coordinators 

      Schadrac Cherilus 


      Cavana McKenzie 

       NHS General Club Meetings Information:

      When:  3rd  Wednesdays

      Location: Media Center

      Time: 2:50 – 3:30

       NHS Communication

      Use QR CODE or Application link:


       National Honor Society

      NHS New Member Application Link:

  • Newspaper

    • Newspaper


      The Coral Springs High School Colt Chronicle is to foster an appreciation for all things journalistic in nature—be it print, photo, or online journalism. Colt Chronicle staff members are entrusted with the arduous task of being the “pulse” of CSHS and generating a forum for our students, faculty members, parents, and community members.


      Ms. Tate

      Room 1014


      OFFICERS (2017-2018)

      Editor-in-Chief: Franchesca Seminario

      News Editor: Bianca Carpenter

      Opinion Editor: Natalia Wilson

      Lifestyles Editor: Blake Meyer

      Feature Editor: Payton Campagna

      Sports Editor: Samantha Kinggard

      Web Editor: Melody Arevalo


      MEETING DATES: Honors elective held during 3rd period on Green days.

       REMINDERS and INFORMATION: Be sure to get the monthly agenda and updates at…


       PARTICIPATION: New and returning staff members are required to write at least 2 articles per issue and sell 1 advertisement to a community business per quarter. Editors are required to edit the articles for their section as well as create their respective section layouts using InDesign software.          


      Skills learned include: Article writing, editing, photography, InDesign software, interviewing skills, sales skills, website design, and much more!


      SENIOR CORDS: Seniors who have been in a journalism class for at least 2 years and have received all As and Bs as well as a core GPA of 3.0 are eligible to join the Quill & Scroll Journalism Honor Society. Dues are a one-time payment of $15 (payable on Coral Springs High School’s website under Online Payments) and include lifetime membership as well as a cord at graduation.


      The student must…

      1. Take an Introduction to Journalism class the year prior (J1 is taught by Mr. Lyons)
      2. have attained an A or B average in previous English courses.
      3. have a weighted cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher.
      4. Love journalism!





    The primary objective of the Save What’s Left Club shall be to preserve the ecological integrity within our society.  To achieve this goal, we believe basic understanding and inner appreciation of nature must be developed among the youth.  Furthermore, an awareness of environmental issues that society faces is essential in engendering action and achieving progress towards preservation.  Thus, if a change is to be produced in society, it must come through the educated youth who will, as they grow older, assume important decision-making roles in our communities. – adapted from Mr. D’s original concept


    Mrs. Rambahal-Li

    Room 1114


    OFFICERS (2020-2021)

    PRESIDENT: Amy Ramirez

    VICE PRESIDENT: Makayla Gilzean

    SECRETARY: Lina Usteva / Sierra Evans


    CLUB RELATIONS: Khristopher Matute

    TREASURER: Amanda Gilzean

    HISTORIAN: Katelyn Covert


    Club Meetings: Every other Friday 2:45pm- 3:45pm Room 1114

    We use remind for meeting updates



    Join remind: Text @Colt4earth to 81010 to stay up to date. 

    VOLUNTEER HOURS: Open to all.  We meet every other Friday in room 1114 at 2:45pm for clean-ups, activities, and meetings.

    PARTICIPATION: Members are asked to fundraise to help out with club activities, supplies, and equipment.  Activity, field trip, and club flare (shirts, hats, pins, etc.) fees can be paid by fundraising.

    DUES: There are no dues.  All are welcome.  We only ask that you fundraise or volunteer to help Save what’s left!


    We look forward to the following as we become reestablished on the CSHS campus:

    Beach clean-ups/restoration

    Adopt a road/highway

     School and local area clean-ups

     Problem-based research

    Citizen science projects

    Walk for Water

     School and community involvement through beautification projects and awareness initiatives

     letter-writing to local, state, and federal legislative bodies for an increase of environmental awareness

     Letter writing to solicit support for environmentally positive outcomes; field trips to locations of interest; nature hikes; presentations and/or demonstrations by local or state governmental agencies; art projects; fundraisers for aforementioned activities; and more. 

    Get involved!


    Students who care about the environment and have a willingness to sweat and make a difference are encouraged to join us!  Just show up!


    • Mission Statement

      • Sponsor Information: Jasmine Deronvil, Room 604,
      • Officers:
      • Ayana Johnson- President,
      • Hannah Williams- Vice President,
      • Rhael Sayers-Treasure,
      • Julianne Thomas-Historian,
      • Camille Clifton -Secretary
      • Meeting Dates and Location Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month, Room 604, 3:00-4:00pm
      • Club Requirements/ Membership Criteria: All Sophomores are welcome. Please come with a motivated with great ideas for the year.
      • Dues: New activities and events
      • Traditional Events/Patronages: Class shirts, Holiday activities, fundraisers, school events.




    (Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica)


    The Spanish Honor Society is a service-based organization comprised of members who share a love for Spanish. Our goal is to promote and celebrate the Spanish language and richness of Spanish and Latin cultures through interactive projects and activities in school. We also participate in activities created by our Student Government to support our school and local community. 


    Mrs. Martinez-Raposo

    Room 612



    President: Valentina Chavez Blanco              Historian/Social Media: TBD

    Vice President: Karina Ali                               Secretary: TBD

    Service Hours Coordinator: Lucia Bedoya     ICC Rep: TBD



    MEETING DATES: Members will meet once a month for approximately 20 minutes, during which time we will discuss upcoming activities and events. We will meet every 2nd Tuesday in Room 612. Returning members will receive a text through Remind or will see an announcement on our Instagram, Band and/or SHS Canvas course. New members will receive information through their Spanish 3/4/AP/DE courses.


    REMINDERS and INFORMATION: Members can stay up to date with club activities, events and submission deadlines by…

    • checking our Bulletin Board: located in the 600’s hallway, next to room 622 
    • signing up for Remind messages: Text @SHScshs to 81010
    • following our Instagram sites: @Colt_SHS

    *Canvas enrollment will be provided upon membership acceptance


    PARTICIPATION: All members must earn a certain number of club hours by the end of April. Our newest members who meet the requirements will be officially inducted and our seniors will receive an honor cord to wear at graduation. Members earn these hours by attending meetings and participating in club events and school activities for each year of participation until graduation.


    DUES: Members will be asked to submit a $15 dues payment online (go to CSHS website – Online Payments). These funds are used to pay for club t-shirts, club activities/supplies, induction ceremony costs, senior cords, fiestas and donations to worthy causes. *Members can still be a part of the club without paying dues but cannot receive a t-shirt. 


    Members will be provided with a variety of opportunities to participate in club activities and events in order to earn their club hours. But they will be expected to meet certain requirements which will be explained at our first meeting in September. Requirements will consist of participation in the following categories…

    • Meetings: These are quick get-togethers in order to communicate information.
    • Spanish-related activities: These are activities our officers elaborate for members based on interest or member requests (ie. Hispanic Heritage Month activities, Spanish tutoring, Spanish dancing lessons, selling Spanish pastries, local gatherings, trivia activities, scavenger hunts, conversational events, holiday activities, etc.)
    • CSHS Activities: These are activities our Student Government establishes for all clubs (ie. Thanksgiving baskets, Dance Marathon, Sidewalk painting, drives/donations, etc.)
    • Donations: Collection of goods or supplies to support our local Hispanic community
    • Submissions: Students will have opportunities to submit artwork, projects, posters, etc. (ie. Hispanic Heritage Month posters, making piñatas, t-shirt designs…) 


    To be eligible to join, students must…

    1. be currently enrolled in Spanish 3, Spanish Speakers 3, Spanish 4, AP Spanish Language,  AP Spanish Literature, or Dual Enrollment Spanish 1/2
    2. have attained an A or B average in previous Spanish courses.
    3. have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher.
    4. submit a completed application to Mrs. Martinez-Raposo

      welcome in spanish

  • Yearbook - The Equestrian

    The Equestrian

    The Equestrian staff strives to publish a quality yearbook by building on past achievements, keeping current with journalistic trends, and reflecting the unique culture of Coral Springs High School and the community through quality interviews, reporting, and photography.


    Mr. Lyons

    Room 721


    Editor-in-Chief: Taylor Stewart

    Meeting Dates and Location

    Students meet during class time to plan, design, and publish the yearbook.  This is done in room 721.

    The Yearbook will also meet on Wednesdays @ 3:00. 

    Club Requirements/Membership

    Students must take Journalism 1 to be a member of The Equestrian staff.  Journalism 1 is designed to teach students interested in news writing and yearbook publication the history and fundamentals of journalism.  Students earning an A/B can then take Yearbook 1 Honors or Newspaper 1 Honors.

    The Equestrian staff members must demonstrate an ethical approach to covering news, be able to assist in and out of class on yearbook publication, meet deadlines on time, and raise money through advertisement sales and marketing of the yearbook. 

    Benefits of Membership


    • School involvement – joining yearbook gets students involved with their school on all levels – from mingling with students, to attending school events, and actively participating in something that benefits the entire school.
    • Development of 21st-Century Skills – the skills learned in yearbook are also skills that help students prepare for today’s work world: creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving; communication and collaboration; flexibility and adaptability; initiative and self direction; productivity and accountability; and leadership and responsibility.
    • Writing and Journalism Experience – students develop writing and journalism skills when preparing text for the yearbook, skills that help students improve their grades in English and on standardized testing.
    • Opportunity to be Creative – students in yearbook need to think outside the box and be creative when taking pictures, photoshopping images, designing layouts, and deciding on yearbook themes.
    • Develop Photography Skills – students learn and use cameras ranging from Cannon Rebels to cell phone cameras to take a variety of pictures in a variety of settings.
    • Great Addition to a Portfolio – schools can be a very competitive environment and often good grades alone are not enough to get into the classes, clubs, and colleges a student wants. Whether a student is trying to get into AP English classes or sending out applications for college, being able to have yearbook included in your portfolio gives you a much needed edge: multitasking, teamwork, developing ideas from concept to execution, and everything else needed in publishing an award-winning book.
    • Improved Grades – studies demonstrate that students in yearbook have improved grades in high school and college courses.
    • Develop Lasting Relationships – many students form positive friendships and keep in touch with yearbook staff members for the rest of their lives.
    • Create a Quality Product – yearbook students have a major contribution in the development and publication of an historical document that will always remain with the students and schools. The Equestrian wins awards: The Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Medalist, Walsworth Yearbooks Gallery of Excellence.