My last post talked about several high school clubs ( including FCCLA, Interact club, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, and SGA) , this post will continue to offer you with more information on more high school clubs. High school clubs give students opportunities to serve their community and gain many abilities that may not be taught in class. If you are a high school student, you should look for clubs that you are interested in and join them! Being a member of a club is a great way to get involved and meet people who have similar ideas with you.
Club One: Science Club
Science club members explore current topics in science while also looking at job opportunities in the scientific field. Science club members may also be considered to apply to be in the National Science Honor Society. There are certain grade point average and other requirements for a student to be in the National Science Honor Society. National Science Honor Society members should do community service in order for the club to exist in their own high school. Members usually tutor after school. Check National Science Honor Society‘s website for more information.
Club Two: Spanish National Honor Society
Spanish National Honor Society is a club for students enrolled in Spanish or Portuguese. High academic achievements in Spanish or Portuguese is valued by the club. The club’s purpose is to promote learning of Spanish and Portuguese. Students who have a high grade point average in Spanish courses for at least three semesters and are at least 10th graders are eligible for joining the club.
Club Three: SAC ( Student Advisory Council)
Student Advisory Council is a club to help students to voice themselves in the school and the community. Its focus is leadership, respect, responsibility, and results. The club members help their peers and represent their voices. Check National Student Advisory Council‘s website to learn more.
Club Four: Debate Club
Debate club members are basically on the debate team. The debate team will present the school in debate competitions. Debate team is right for you if you are good at or want to improve your speech. You will learn how to communicate and persuade effectively and learn teamwork by working with a team.
Club Five: FBLA ( Future Business Leaders Of America)
Future Business Leaders of America is the largest student business organization in the world. The goal of it is “launching your success.” The club members will go to competitions and have chance to meet students who are interested in business around the world. You can also learn a lot about business in the club. That will be beneficial for your future career.
There are many other clubs that may exist in your high school. There is no way to cover all existing clubs in this post. Ask your school about clubs available to you.
- Reading Club
- Theater Club
- FFA ( Future Farmers of America)
- Poetry Club
- Each Class Council