Casey Paul
Athletics/Activities Director

Ros Geraci
Activities Secretary

Clubs and Activities

Clubs and activities are an integral part of our school culture. You are encouraged to become involved with groups of students and teachers who share your interests in a wide variety of areas including art, music, theater, the environment, social issues, volunteerism, athletics, and entertainment.

Click Here to see a list of the Current Club and Activities offered.

Start Your Own Club or Activity!

See Mrs. Geraci in the main office

Students may also form their own club or activity, subject to the Principal's approval. Download the Club Application form below and return the completed form to the Activities Director, Mr. Paul or Mrs. Geraci, Activities Secretary. All clubs/activities need a school staff person who is willing to sponsor and supervise the club/activity.

To apply for a New club, click here to download a Club Charter form

You may promote your club all year. Turn in all posters/flyers to the Main Office for approval first. Posters/Flyers may run for 2 weeks. Showcase your club during annual Check-In day.

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