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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.

  • Science Club



    Students participate in science fair and train to compete in Envirothon while also working on a year-long group project of their choosing relating to scientific investigation.


  • Key Club

    We are a service oriented club. We participate in community events for the homeless, children in need and the elderly. We are also passionate about the environment and partake in cleanups around the school and local beaches.


    Swaddlie Merant Key Club President


  • CTA Cougar Club


    Students work together to help build connections between CTA members as well as promote school spirit. Leadership building, event planning, and CTA recruitment, are instrumental in the growth of our scholars.

    Contact  754-322-0416

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  • Band

    Please click the flyer, if you are interested in becoming a member of the Band.

    If you are unable to see the flyer, please contact Brian Tagle.

  • Army JROTC

    JROTC Drill Team

    About the Program: 

    The U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. The National Defense Act of 1916 established organized JROTC programs at public and private educational institutions. In 1964, Congress expanded the program to all military services and changed from active duty to shared support from the services and schools. As congressionally mandated by Title 10 United States Code, Section 2031, each military service must have a JROTC program to "instill in students in United States secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment." JROTC’s mission, "To Motivate Young People to be Better Citizens", is the guide post for the program’s success.

    The U.S. Army’s JROTC program currently operates in more than 1,700 public and private high schools, military institutions, and correctional centers throughout the United States and overseas. Approximately 40% of JROTC programs are in inner-city schools, serving a student population of 50% minorities. As JROTC students (Cadets) progress through the program, they experience opportunities to lead other Cadets. A major component of the JROTC leadership and citizenship program is female Cadets. Female Cadets make up 40% of the Cadet population. The JROTC faculty is led by nearly 4,000 instructors who are retired from active duty, reserve duty, or National Guard Army service. Instructors are trained and qualified in accordance with the National Defense Authorization Act 2007 to teach and mentor approximately 314,000 JROTC Cadets annually.


    Tuesday and Thursdays - Face to Face

    Contact CSM Williams

  • Best Buddies

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      Best Buddies International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing 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).
      Who We Serve:
      The IDD community that Best Buddies serves includes, but is not limited to, people with Down syndrome, autism, Fragile X, Williams syndrome, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, and other undiagnosed disabilities.Programs: Best Buddies is the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical, and economic isolation of the 200 million people with IDD.
      For individuals within this community, Best Buddies helps them form meaningful friendships with their peers, secure successful jobs, live independently, improve public speaking, self-advocacy, and communications skills, and feel valued by society.
      Currently, the meetings are on the last Friday of every month virtually. For more information, contact Mrs. Lombardi. 

  • Business Professionals of America

    For more information about the club, email Mr. Silverman

  • Class of 2025


    Class of 2025 Program is a program incorporated with student leaders with a goal to make their and their peers' high school year memorable. This program is lead by Ms. Everett (Sponsor) and Ms. Soto (Assistant Principal). The student leaders that lead this program are Rashad Coleman (President), Jakari Charles (Vice President), Benjamin Duverna (Treasurer) and Salaya Campbell (Secretary).

    **Class President: **

       The Class President is the central figure in the student body, entrusted with the responsibility of representing the entire class. They lead by example, fostering a positive and inclusive environment within the school community. Their duties include presiding over class meetings, liaising between students and faculty, and spearheading initiatives to enhance school spirit and unity. The Class President is a charismatic leader who advocates for the interests and concerns of their peers while embodying the values of integrity, dedication, and empathy.


    **Vice President: **

       The Vice President works closely with the Class President to support and execute class initiatives. They step in to lead in the President's absence and collaborate with other class officers to ensure the smooth operation of class affairs. The Vice President often takes on specific responsibilities such as organizing events, managing communication channels, and assisting in decision-making processes. They are dependable, resourceful, and committed to serving their classmates with enthusiasm and efficiency.


     **Secretary: **

       The Secretary plays a pivotal role in maintaining accurate records and communications within the class. They are responsible for documenting meeting minutes, managing correspondence, and keeping track of important dates and deadlines. Additionally, the Secretary assists in coordinating class activities, managing social media accounts, and ensuring that relevant information is disseminated to all class members in a timely manner. Diligence, organization, and attention to detail are essential qualities for this position.


     **Treasurer: **

       As the guardian of class finances, the Treasurer oversees budgeting, fundraising, and financial transactions. They work closely with the class advisor or faculty sponsor to manage funds responsibly and transparently. The Treasurer develops fundraising strategies, keeps detailed financial records, and reports on the financial status of the class. Additionally, they collaborate with other officers to allocate funds for class events, activities, and charitable initiatives. The Treasurer demonstrates integrity, financial literacy, and accountability in managing class resources.

    The Class of 2025 officers lead by example by upholding the school culture through school spirit and school pride.



  • El Nuevo Almanecer - Spanish National Honor Society

    • About Us: 

      What is the history of the Spanish National Honor Society?

      The SHH is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP). The SHH was formally organized as the Spanish National Honor Society in 1953. The name was changed to Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica in 1959.

      What are the requirements to be in the Spanish National Honor Society?

       To be inducted as a member of the Spanish National Honor Society a student must have a minimum cumulative average of 3.0, As and Bs in Spanish classes and be enrolled in a Spanish class at or above Spanish 4. One must remain enrolled in a Spanish class senior year in order to remain a member of the Honor Society.

      What are the key benefits of being a member of the Spanish National Honor Society? 

      • Increases awareness of Spanish culture. If you are passionate about all things Spanish, then being an SNHS member is a rewarding decision. 
      • Becoming part of a prestigious society. 
      • Gain access to research grants.
      • Builds a better resume and profile. 
      • Benefits the local and global community.


      Wednesday @ 1:45 PM Virtual and Face to Face


      Contact Maria Casanova

      Email Ms. Maria Casanove

  • Mentoring Tomorrow's Leaders

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      Our Mission: 

      Mentoring Tomorrow's Leaders (MTL) is a peer-to-peer mentoring and drop-out prevention program facilitated throughout 21 schools here in Broward County.  Our goal is to shape scholars into future leaders by providing a support system with mentors and mentees working toward graduation. These young men learn the value of service to others and give back to the community through community service projects. Young 9th through 12th-grade males are provided extended learning opportunities in study hall, character-building seminars, and college tours that encourage college and career readiness.


      Tuesday at 1:45


      Ms. Desinord

  • Upward Bound

    • Upward Bound Info

      About the Program:

      The program provides on going academic support essential to complete high school, as well as counseling and cultural enrichment activities. Help students with academic potential who need additional preparation and motivation to prepare for, enter and succeed in college.

      Meeting Time:

      Wednesdays @ 2:30 PM Virtual Meetings


      Email Sheryl Garfield

  • Women of Tomorrow

    • Our Mission

      The Women of Tomorrow's mission is to inspire, motivate and empower at-risk young women to live up to their full potential through a unique group mentoring program with highly accomplished professional women and scholarship opportunities.

      Our Story

      Women of Tomorrow engages highly accomplished professional women as mentors in a small group setting. We operate in partnership with public school districts; all activities are held during the school day, under the auspices of the school district. The schools select at-risk girls for participation based on a broad definition of “at-risk” including low income, abuse, disability, likelihood of dropping out of high school, becoming involved in gangs, drugs, criminal activity, getting pregnant or academic, social, behavioral, medical or other risk factors. Each group is diverse in its composition with girls in 9th - 12th grade who have varying strengths and weaknesses so they can learn from and empower each other. Girls in the program typically do not know each other prior to joining the group.


      3rd Thursday of Every Month Virtually


      Email Sheryl Garfield