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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.

23-24 School Year

  • Please use the list below as a reference, we will be updating the information periodically,

    as we get new members and sponsors for our clubs. 

  • Beanpicker Student Yearbook

    Sponsor: Ms. Edwards

    For the PBHS community, which needs representation and memories of the 2022-2023 school year, The Beanpicker is a yearbook that will entertain, provide a historical record and promote an image of the school and its students. Unlike other student organizations, our product acts as a time capsule of the school year. By showing the lighter, humorous side of the students and school life and producing a future historical document, we will promote professionalism, commitment, understanding and creativity. 

    Meeting Frequency: Every other school day

    Meetings Day:   Gold days, Block 7

    Meeting Location: Room 317

    Remind Code:  Available only to students in the class

  • American Sign Language (ASL)

    Sponsor: Diane Barbic
    Meeting Frequency: 1 per month 3:35-4:00pm
    Meeting Days: 3rd Thurs 
    Meeting Location: Room 328
    Remind Code: aslclubb22

  • Ann Wilson Book Club

    Sponsor: zolna

    Open to all students interested in reading and reviewing books of club's choice.

    Meeting Frequency: twice monthly

    Meetings Day: Wednesday

    Meeting Location: art room

    Remind Code: none at this time

  • Black Student Union

    Sponsor: Mr. Nagy    
    The Black Student Union is a way to raise awareness on issues Black Americans face in today's society, while giving Black students a safe place.
    Meeting Frequency: Twice a month

    Meetings Day: Thursday 3:30-4:30
    Meeting Location: Ms. Nagy's Room
    Remind: @pbhsbsu22

  • Debate

    Sponsor: Ms. Petit

    In debate, students learn effective communication and debate skills, which are put to the test in a district-wide debate competition.

  • Desi Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. MaharajWe strive to expand and share our diverse Desi cultures through celebrations, holidays, and dance, while creating a safe space for our cultural identities.Meeting Frequency: Once a month

    Meetings Day:   First Wednesday of the month, or when there is a Desi holiday

    Meeting Location: Mrs. Maharaj’s room (223)

    Remind Code:  @pbhsdesi

  • Disable+Able United Club

    Sponsor: Diane Barbic
    Meeting Frequency: 1 per month 3:35-?
    Meeding Days 1st Thurs
    Meeting Location: 328

  • Film and Technology Association

    Sponsor: Ms.Donnelly

    The Film and Technology Association aims to educate and train students in the Film, Television and Multi-Media Industry. We expose students to the industry, professionals and careers to expand their knowledge in the field. Our Association aligns with Pompano Beach High’s purpose to provide a safe learning environment where students acquire skills to be competitive in the global community and develop into good citizens and lifelong learners.

    Meeting Frequency: Twice a Month

    Meeting Days: 2nd and 4th Mondays of the Month

    Meeting Location: Room 151

    Remind Code: @filmtech

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  • First Priority

    Sponsor: Mr. Tech Holley

    First Priority is a youth organization that supports student-initiated, student-led Christian clubs on middle school and high school campuses.

    The vision of First Priority is to see the Hope of Christ in every student in America.

    Meeting Frequency: Weekly

    Meetings Day: Thursday

    Meeting Location: Room 320

    Remind Code: @pbhsfirst

  • HOSA

    Sponsor: Mr. Brown

    HOSA-Future Health Professionals is a club for students who are interested in the healthcare industry and/STEM. There are many opportunities for students to become leaders in their community through competition, community service, and health education.

    Meeting Frequency: 2 times a month

    Meetings Day: Thursday

    Meeting Location: Room 213

    Remind Code: @pompanohosa

  • Interact

    Sponsor:  Mrs. Karin Picchiarini
    Our motto is "Service above Self"....we look for ways to help our community locally and globally, while having fun.
    We meet on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month in Rm 332.
    Our Remind code is @ad29f7 and our Canvas code is W3DMEL.  

  • Mu Alpha Theta

    Sponsor: Marvalee Fisher 
    Meeting frequency: 1 per month, 3:40-4:15
    Meeting days: 2nd Monday
    Meeting Location: room 331
    Remind Code: @pbhsmat

  • NAHS National Art Honor Society

    Sponsor: zolna

    For art students demonstrating high aptitude and interest in art as career or life-long. Must maintain A/B+ average in art courses and have teacher recommendation

    Meeting Frequency: twice monthly

    Meetings Day:   mondays

    Meeting Location: art room

    Remind Code: 81010

  • Pompa Poets

    Sponsor: Mrs. Simic

    To encourage students to express themselves through writing and performance of poetry in order to unite the community

    Meeting Frequency:  Weekly starting September 14 through May

    Meeting Days: Wednesday from 3:40 - 4:40

    Meeting Location: Room 205

  • SeaPerch

    Sponsor: Ms. Russo

    The SeaPerch club of Pompano Beach High School strives to teach students STEM principles and get them interested in engineering by building an underwater ROV. SeaPerch is an engaging underwater robotics program that exposes students to common engineering concepts, and through experience introduces them to problem solving and teamwork. 

    Meeting Frequency: Once a month 

    Meeting Days: 

    The first Thursday of every month (except in certain situations when we are unable to meet, such as breaks, causing the meeting to be rescheduled). 

    Meeting Location: Room 218 

    Remind Code: @pbhsse 

  • Student Government Association (S.G.A.)

    Sponsor: Lisa Gould

    Student Government 

    Meeting Frequency: Twice a month

    Meetings Day:   1st and 3rd Wednesday

    Meeting Location: Tornado Alley (Media Center)

    Remind Code:  @pbhssga222

  • Tea and Crafts

    Sponsor:  Ms. Pliske

    The Tea and Crafts club is for students who want to learn about various types of tea and explore different craft styles, to use crafting to better the community and encourage kindness to others, and to be in a safe social environment where everyone can gather with others who share their interests.

    Meeting Frequency: Twice a month
    Meetings Day: 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month
    Room: 206

  • Thespians

    Sponsor: Ms. Russo

    Thespians is an afterschool PBHS theatre program that gives students the opportunity to participate in full-length productions and individual competitions, whether that be onstage, behind the scenes, or both! Thespians is a great way to meet new people and get involved in the local and statewide theatre community.

    Meeting Frequency: Twice a month (with additional rehearsals)

    Meeting Days: Wednesdays

    Meeting Location: Room 218

    Remind Code: @pbhsthes