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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.

  • Aquaponics

    Sponsor: Mr. Acher

    Meetings on Thursdays from 3:00-4:00pm

    We are an environment science club that focuses on self-sustaining systems. We meet after school and on hands-on projects including maintenance of our aquaponics tank systems.

    Aquaponics Participation Form

  • AWOM

    Sponsors: Ms. Miranda and Ms. Bettis

    Meetings on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 3:00pm.

    A club where girls have life changing experiences, opens a safe space to talk, build self-confidence ad help strengthen themselves and the community

    AWOM Participation Form

  • Band

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  • Best Buddies

    Sponsor: Ms. Shapiro 

    Meetings:2nd Wednesdays in room 731 from 2:45-3:30pm

    Best Buddies creates opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

    View our photo gallery.

    Best Buddies Participation Form

  • Black Student Union

    Sponsor: Ms. Rolle

    Meetings on 1st Mondays and 3rd Wednesdays from 2:45-3:30pm

    Educate, unite, and inspire black students with cultural awareness; to strive for academic excellence and empower black students to build the future while we motivate and learn

    BSU Participation Form

  • Boat Restoration

    Sponsor: Mr. Acher

    Meetings on Thursdays from 3:00-4:00pm

    We are a career exploration club that introduces students to the marine industry fields through real-world, hands-on projects.

    Boat Restoration Participation Form

  • Broadcast TV

    Sponsor: Ms. Pistocchi

    Meetings on Thursdays from 3:00-3:45pm

    Students will gather info on campus news, events and student life to produce morning announcements and create a channel on Instagram or other appropriate channel to broadcast.

    Broadcast TV Participation Form

  • Campus Life

    Sponsor: Ms. Lapierre

    Meetings on Thursdays in the from 2:45 to 3:50pm

    Campus Life is a fun social club for all students. They provide life skills, adult mentors and a community of good friends.

    Campus Life Participation Form

  • Chemistry and Bio Lab Set Up

    Sponsor:  Ms. Mouzaffar 

    Meetings Monday-Thursdays from 2:40-6:40pm.

    Setup and other general work to prepare room 608 for chemistry and biology labs

    Chemistry and Bio Lab Set Up Participation Form

  • Chess Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Mouzaffar 

    Meetings on Tuesdays at 2:40 in room 608.

    Chess club encourages and teaches members how to play chess, and participates in local tournaments

    Chess Participation Form

  • Chinese Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Giczy

    Meetings on the 4th Wednesday of each month in room 727 at 3:00pm

    Foster global connections, promote Chinese culture, and participate in the district's foreign language competition.

    Chinese Honor Society Participation Form

  • Class of 2024

    Sponsor: Ms. Lehman and Ms. Quinonez

    Class of 2027 supports the current senior class with activities and fundraisers leading up to graduation activities. 

    Class of 2024 Participation Form

  • Class of 2025

    Sponsor: Ms. Williams

    The Junior Class (Class of 2025) will organize and implement class activities including, but not limited to: regular class meetings, fundraising for prom, and spirit week

    Meetings on Tuesdays in room 794.

    Class of 2025 Participation Form

  • Class of 2026

    Sponsor: Ms. DeCicco

    Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 3:00pm in room 787.

    Class of 2026 supports the current sophomore class with activities and fundraisers leading up to their senior year. The Class of 2026 meetings are held to keep the current sophomore class involved and informed of class needs and activities

    Class of 2026 Participation Form

  • Class of 2027

    Sponsor: Mr. Sierra

    Meetings on the 1st Wednesday of each month

    Class of 2027 Participation Form

  • College and Career Transition Clubs (CCT)

    Sponsors: Ms. Bruns and Ms. Brown

    Meetings on 1st Mondays in room 770 from 2:45-3:30pm

    Post-Secondary Education for College and Career readiness.

    CCT Participation Form

  • Creative Writers Workshop

    Sponsor: Ms. Pistocchi

    Meetings on Wednesdays in room 765 from 3:00-3:45pm

    Creative Writers Workshop is a place for aspiring authors to express their stories in the form of narratives, poetry, fiction, etc., in a welcoming environment. Members also seek opportunities to enter competitions and perform for their peers.

    Creative Writers Workshop Participation Form

  • Criminal Justice

    Sponsor: Mr. Waters

    Meetings: 1st Wednesdays and 2nd Tuesdays Room 711 from 3:00-4:30pm

    Designed to train students in crime prevention through education, understanding, and communication

    Criminal Justice Participation Form

  • Culinary Arts

    Sponsor: Ms. Sparacino

    Student chefs’ that cater to admin, teachers, and fellow students.

    Culinary Arts Participation Form

  • Debate

    Sponsor: Ms. Pistocchi

    Meetings: Wednesdays in room 765 from 2:45-4:00pm

    The Debate Team is organized for the purpose of improving students’ ability to research and organize information, think critically, and speak in public.

    Debate Participation Form

  • DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)

    Sponsor: Ms. Francois

    Meetings: 1st and 3rd Mondays, 2nd Tuesdays, in room 423 from 2:45-3:45pm

    Prepares future leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management

    DECA Competition Participation Form

    DECA Participation Form

  • Drama

    Sponsor: Ms. Spears

    Meetings:Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 170 from 3:00-4:00pm

    Drama Club is a wonderful way for students to express themselves through the media of the theater.

    Drama Participation Form

  • Dungeons and Dragons

    Sponsor: Ms. Mouzaffar

    Meetings on Wednesdays in room 608 at 2:45pm

    Dungeons and Dragons club is a place where ALL students, no matter their experience, can meet and play D&D. Dungeons and Dragons is a cooperative tabletop role-playing game that encourages creativity through collaborative storytelling

    Dungeons and Dragons Participation Form

  • English Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Pistocchi

    Meetings on Mondays in room 765 from 3:00-4:00pm

    The National English Honor Society ‘Book Dog Society” is a club sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, where we seek to educate and inform through the English language. We help our community learn and understand the power of English literacy without discrimination or prejudice. Students in NEHS will have opportunities to earn service hours and scholarships through the NEHS organization.

    NEHS Participation Form

  • First Priority

    Sponsor: Ms. Bell

    First Priority focuses on creating a positive community that shares, cultivates, and inspires students concerning their Christian faith and beliefs.

    Meetings on Mondays.

    First Priority Participation Form

  • Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

    Sponsor: Mr. Rodriguez

    Meetings on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in room 775 at 2:45pm

    A safe space for students to gather and communicate effectively about issues present in ALL communities through peer support, leadership development, and student empowerment.

    GSA Participation Form

  • Guitar Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Rivera

    An organization that brings a community together of music lovers. Provides a space for people to learn about guitars and expand their musical education.

    Meetings on Mondays from 2:50-3:50pm

    Guitar Club Participation Form

  • Health Information Project (HIP)

    Sponsor: Ms. Powell

    Meetings are on the 1st Wednesday and Thursday of each month in room 786 at 3:15pm.

    Health Information Project (HIP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting, informing and empowering youth. Through its peer-to-peer high school model, HIP is revolutionizing health education.

    HIP Participation Form

  • HOSA

    Sponsor: Monique Acher

    Meetings on 4th Thursdays in room 728 from 2:45-3:00pm

    We are a medical career exploration club. We participate in on-campus activities, we facilitate on-campus blood drives, and we participate in local, state, and national HOSA leadership activities and competitions.

    HOSA Participation Form

  • International Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Jean-Baptiste

    Meetings are on the 3rd Thursdays of the month in room 720 from 2:50-3:50pm

    Our goal is to promote cultural awareness and unite students through appreciating similarities and understanding and valuing individual differences

    International Club Participation From

  • Jewish Student Union

    Sponsor: Ms. Acher

    Meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.

    The purpose of this club is to inspire, cultivate, and inspire students about Jewish life and culture. We will participate in community service, host guest speakers, and plan field trips related to Jewish life.

    JSU Participation Form

  • Journalism

    Sponsor: Ms. Mayorga

    Meetings on Tuesdays in room 751 from 7:00-7:30am

    A club of students that produces the school newspaper and yearbook. Also, can be an honors club through Quill and Scroll.

    Journalism Participation Forms


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  • Latin Dance Club

    Sponsor:  Mr. Rodriguez

    Meetings on Tuesdays in room 354 from 3:00-4:30pm

    We are a Dance Club focusing in Latin Music creating our own choreography. We are also rehearsal and perform in cultural events.

    Latin Dance Club Participation Form

  • LEO Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Koch

    Meetings on Mondays in room 441 from 3:00-4:30pm

    LEO is a service club. We will teach leadership and team building skills with an emphasis on serving the community. Activities are school and beach cleanups, plastic bag recycling, and eyeglass donation drives.

    LEO Participation Form

  • Lil Broward Learning Lab

    Sponsor: Ms. Batts

    Students assist with teaching and observing in Little Broward Learning Lab.

    Lil Broward Learning Lab

  • Loops of Love

    Sponsor: Ms. Mouzaffar

    Meetings on Mondays in room 608 at 2:45pm

    Loops of Love is a club dedicated to promote and teach crochet. Students will use these skills to do various community service projects.

    Loops of Love Participation Form

  • Math Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Noval

    Meetings on Fridays in room 350 from 3:00-4:00pm

    We are dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school students.

    Math Honor Society Participation Form

  • Mental Health Advocacy Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Pezo

    Meetings on 2nd and 4th Thursdays in room 777 from 2:45-3:45pm

    The mission is to raise mental health awareness in the community and in our school, to increase access to mental health resources, host events & take field-trips, and support students by teaching them mindful practices and take part in social connections.

    Mental Health Advocacy Club Participation Form

  • MTL (Mentoring Tomorrow's Leader's )

    Sponsor: Ms King

    Meetings in room 776 on Tuesdays at 2:50pm

    A peer-to-peer mentoring, student leadership and educational re-engagement program which serves youth who are at-risk for not graduating and/or remaining in school and fosters growth and leadership within high achieving students.

    MTL Participation Form

  • National Art Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Shapiro

    Meetings on 2nd Wednesdays in room 731 from 2:45-3:45pm

    Aims to promote art and culture within the community and school.

    View our presentation.

    NAHS Participation Form

  • National Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Lalicic

    Meetings on 1st and 3rd Mondays in room 310 at 3:00pm

    The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.

    NHS Participation Form

  • Peer Counseling

    Sponsor: Ms. Acher

    Meetings on 4th Thursdays in room 728 from 2:45-3:30pm

    We are a peer counseling club. We participate in on campus activities based on the peer counseling district calendar and participate in local and state leadership activities.

    Peer Counseling Participation Form

  • Plastic Free Mermaids

    Sponsor: Ms. Rolle

    Meetings on 1st and 3rd Thursdays in room 757 from 2:50-3:30pm

    Spread awareness about plastic pollution through education, outreaches, cleanups, art, and political advocacy. It teaches how to live a Plastic Free Lifestyle, and to show alternatives to use instead of plastic. We create leaders, activists, and stewards of the ocean.

    Plastic Free Mermaids Participation Form

  • Science Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Lalicic

    Meetings on 2nd and 4th Thursdays in room 310 at 3:00pm

    Our mission is to provide students with an easy tutoring experience by students, for students. We strive to spread knowledge of science and make sure every student has the option, free helpful tutoring. We also want to give back to the community by hosting fundraisers and community events.

    SNHS Participation Form

  • Science Olympiad

    Sponsor: Ms. Tacatac

    Meetings on Wednesdays in room 615 from 2:45-5:00pm

    Foster interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields among its members while preparing them for the Science Olympiad tournaments.

    Science Olympiad Participation Form

  • SGA Student Government

    Sponsor: Ms. Cerra

    Student leaders that help administration, teachers and fellow student promote and inspire school spirit and leadership events.

    SGA Participation Form

  • Shark Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Cerra

    Meetings on the 1st Wednesdays of the month at 2:50pm in room 409.

    Students catch, tag, and interact with sharks to learn about them and their ecosystems with the University of Miami. Our club spreads awareness of what's happening to sharks worldwide.

    Shark Club Participation Form


    Sponsor: Mr. Acher

    Meetings on Thursdays in room 190 from 3:00-4:00pm

    Skills USA improves the quality of America’s skilled workforce through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training.

    Skills USA Participation Form

  • Social Studies Honor Society

    Sponsor: Ms. Rolle

    Meetings on 2nd Mondays and 4th Wednesdays in room 757 from 2:45-3:30pm

    It is a club that recognizes students for their achievement in required and elective social studies courses and for applying such precepts to their daily lives.

    Social Studies Honor Society Participation Form

  • Spanish Honor Society

    Sponsor: Mr. Perez-Rodrigues

    Spanish Honor Society is an organization that recognizes and promotes academic excellence in the study of the Spanish/Portuguese languages and Hispanic culture. Its activities often include community service projects, cultural events, and opportunities for members to practice and celebrate their knowledge of Spanish.

    Meetings on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month

    Spanish Honor Society Participation Form

  • Student Design Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Macedo

    Meetings on 1st and 4th Tuesdays in room 425 from 3:00-4:00pm

    Student Design Club will conduct one-two monthly meeting in order to fundraise for Student Design Club Projects and Competitions. Participate in community service, view guest speakers, and partake in school events.

    Student Design Participation Form

  • Student Social Advocacy Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Rolle

    Meetings on Wednesdays in room 757 from 3:00-4:00pm

    We the members of the Student Social Advocacy will conduct bi-monthly meetings in order to organize and plan to attend local events and programs, particularly as they relate to local or national social issues and justice. We shall also participate in community service, attend youth-led seminars and workshops, provide resources and opportunities for academic advancement and partake in club-related events both on and off campus.

    Student Social Advocacy Club Participation Form

  • Women of Tomorrow

    Sponsor: Ms. Butler

    Meetings on 3rd Tuesdays in the guidance conference room at 1:40pm.

    The Women of Tomorrow (WOT) mission is to inspire, motivate and empower young women to live up to their full potential through a unique mentoring program with highly accomplished professional women and scholarship opportunities

    Women of Tomorrow Participation Form