HHS Clubs and Organizations

  • Students are more successful when they participate in extracurricular activities!

    "Indicators of successful participation in school include consistent attendance, academic achievement, and aspirations for continuing education beyond high school. Extracurricular participation was positively associated with each of these success indicators among public high school seniors. During the first semester of their senior year, participants reported better attendance than their non-participating classmates--half of them had no unexcused absences from school and half had never skipped a class, compared with one-third and two-fifths of nonparticipants, respectively. Students who participated were three times as likely to perform in the top quartile on a composite math and reading assessment compared with nonparticipants. Participants were also more likely than nonparticipants to aspire to higher education: two-thirds of participants expected to complete at least a bachelor's degree while about half of nonparticipants expected to do so." (source: National Center for Education Statistics)

    HHS Clubs and Organizations: 

    If you would like to start a club that you don't see listed, check in the front office for information. 

     

    • Art Club: Meets after school in the art room to work on art projects from 2:30-3:30. Advisor: Rhonda Sherwin 
    • Black Student Union: Meets Tuesdays after school in the Viking room from 2:30-3:30 to help promote the awareness of African-American culture. Advisor: Kaylee Hammond 
    • Book Club: Book Club meets every Thursday in the Media Center. Mrs. Kipp
    • Drama/Non-Musical: (Early Spring) - All HHS students can audition, be prepared to act, sing and dance.
    • French Club: Meetings are held every other Tuesday morning before school in room 608.  Promoting the study of French and the diverse cultures of over 40 French-speaking countries worldwide, the clubs activites include a holiday cake bakeoff, visits to museums, a Marti Gras celebration, after school movies, and trips to France.  Advisor: Ms. Dykman, room 608. 
    • The Gay-Straight Alliance:  meets every Thursday from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Advisor: Kathy Burns
    • Harry Potter Club:   Meets every other Friday in Room 608 to discuss Harry Potter books and participates in activities related to the book content. Advisor: French teacher, Ms. Dykman
    • Haslett Media Productions - call 339-8233 Advisor: Joe Dutcher
    • Key Club: Community Service Organization. Key Club meets the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Thursday mornings at 7:20 a.m. in room 412. The first Thursday of the month is the Officer meeting. Advisor: Heather Cox
    • Muslim Student Association: meets every other Wednesday at 2:30 Mrs. Shoemaker is the advisor.
    • Model UN: meets every Wednesday from 2:30-3:30 Mrs. Burns is the advisor.
    • National Honor Society: Membership is by invitation only to students in the spring of their sophomore year. The minimum GPA requirement is 3.5. You must also possess high standards of leadership, service and character. Advisors: Ms. Parr or Ms.Sauder 
    • Peer Assistant Leaders (PALS) : The purpose of PALS is to have students assist others with common teen problems.  PALS are elected in the spring and serve the following year.  Meetings are Friday mornings at 7:20 a.m. Questions? Advisors: Becca Kipp (media center) and Ms.Terres 
    • Quiz Bowl:  Quiz Bowl is an academic competition. There are both JV and Varsity levels of competition. The teams compete in about five or six tournaments each year, including WKAR Quiz Busters tournament, which can ultimately yield one-year tuition scholarships for the five members of the winning team. Questions? contact Alyson Dykman (Room 608) Practice is every Monday from 2:30-4:00
    • Science Olympiad: Contact parent advisor, Mary Meierfrankenfeld  or Kim Snook for more information.
    • Spanish Club: (El Club de Español)  The Spanish Club meets out of a desire to extend our understanding of the cultures of the Spanish-speaking world and to enhance our language skills.  We usually meet about twice a month, at 7:25 a.m. in Srta. Southwell's room and plan to have a group activity or project each month.  Advisor: Srta. Southwell (Rm.612).
    • Spartan Swim Club: Swimming club for students 6-18 years old with practice and learning all four competitive strokes at the Haslett High School pool. There are optional competitive meets with other local swim clubs. Contact Haslett Community Education at 339-2665.
    • Student Council:  Anyone may join, however, you must run and be elected for office positions. Meetings are on Wednesday mornings @ 7:15 a.m. in the Viking Room. Advisors: Rachel Wawro and Diane Littleton.
    • Theater Tech Club: The Tech Club plays a very active role in the HHS Performing Arts Center.  Students learn about lighting, sound, set construction and much more about the 'behind the scenes' aspects of the entertainment industry.  Students utilize these skills while working on productions such as the school musical, play and many other school events.  Advisor: Pat Hepfer or 339-8240, ext. 107