Club Application Information
Club Procedures and FAQs
2023-2024 Club Application
|Makers Club is a place for students to be both creative and innovative thinkers and inventors through electronics, online coding, 3D modeling and printing, and other textile and artistic exploration.
|Ms. Tavares/Ms. Luker/Ms. Sanders
|To provide a space for students to play and participate in board and card games to build friendships, sharpen their competitive edge, develop sportsmanship, and have fun.
|Ms. Mitchell/Ms. Ragusa
|To inspire reading and academic discussions for key pieces of young adult and classical literature.
|Mr. Hibbs/Mr. Kelley
|To promote the appreciation and study of chess.
|The Creative Writing Club is committed to helping our members reach their full literary potential through club writing sessions, workshops, publications and campus events.
|The Cyber Security Club aims to educate and train students interested in becoming cyber professionals. We will prepare our members for careers in cyber security through technical and social activities.
|The dance club is a place for students who enjoy music and movement to learn and practice dance routines.
|Allow students who share a common interest of gaming to come together, play games, and make friends
|Mr. Mallo/Ms. Witfoth
|FBLA, more formally known as Future Business Leaders of America, is an academic club where student's interests in business and technology concepts are practiced and reinforced through membership. This club is nationally and collegiately ranked. The main focus of this club is to introduce members to different aspects of the business and technology world through social and charitable events as well as enhance business skills through seminars and an annual competition. Membership requirements: Currently taking a business/technology course or previously taken a business/technology course.
|To provide a supportive and inclusive community for individuals who identify as Christians or are interested in exploring the Christian faith. The Club aims to foster spiritual growth, fellowship, and service opportunities on campus and beyond
|The fitness club is dedicated to promoting physical activity and overall well-being through a diverse range of sports and activities.
|Mr. Vega/Mr. Touma
|The flag football club is dedicated to promoting the sport of soccer through play and skill development.
|HOSA is an international club designed for students who are interested in a medical / health career. Students are given opportunities to get involved in medical competitions, becoming a HOSA officer, and being involved in our many community service projects. Students also, are able to develop leadership skills and learning to collaborate with other members of the club.
|Interact club is a service club for students to communicate with the community through volunteer work providing support and guidance
|The Journalism club is a co-curricular class/club to support the work of the yearbook and newspaper publications.
|The purpose of Math Club is to organize and facilitate both academic and social events for students interested in mathematics and related subjects.
|Ms. Horvath, Ms. Lacaze, Ms. Tedeschi, Ms. Stephenson, Ms. Smith
|Mindfulness Club aims to offer students, faculty, and community a space of relaxation and attention training, as well as, making friends with people who are interested in contemplative practices.
|National English Honor Society*
|The NEHS is the honor club for students who love English and are interested in promoting literacy and writing skills We volunteer in the community and are community service focused. Membership is by application which will be available at the start of the school year.
|The National Honor Society club recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Service, Character, and Leadership. NHS is dedicated to continued academic excellence and service to community and school. Members are selected annually during Semester 2. Eligible Juniors and Sophomores (Current 3.2 Weighted Cumulative GPA and no Level 2 or 3 Disciplinary Referrals) receive an invitation via MyLearning notifying them of the opportunity to submit a request for consideration of membership.
|The National Junior Honor Society club recognizes students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Service, Character, and Leadership. NHS is dedicated to continued academic excellence and service to community and school. Members are selected annually during Semester 2. Eligible Juniors and Sophomores (Current 3.2 Weighted Cumulative GPA and no Level 2 or 3 Disciplinary Referrals) receive an invitation via MyLearning notifying them of the opportunity to submit a request for consideration of membership.
|The initiative aims to provide opportunities for children aged 9 to 13 to develop coding skills through free after-school clubs.
|This organization works to increase school spirit.
|The purpose of the Science Club is to support the district focus of increasing science fair participation in Pasco County Schools.
|Science Honor Society*
|This group exists to promote advanced science studies as well as participation in the science and technology fair
|Ms. Regetiero/Ms. Haas
|The soccer club is dedicated to promoting the sport of soccer through play and skill development.
|The Spanish Club proposes to promote awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the people and diverse cultural productions of the Spanish-speaking world. It also proposes to contribute and encourage the study and appreciation of the Spanish language.
|Student Council exists to represent the classes in matters of student affairs and in student spirit issues.
|The purpose of Thespians is to build students’ performance skills through coaching, performing, and competing. Students involved will build teamwork skills, responsibilities, and a sense of commitment. There will be periodical informational meetings at the beginning of the school year. Additional time commitments will be set following those meetings for rehearsals for performances and competition. Anyone who meets all requirements is eligible. Requirements include a 2.0 GPA and regular attendance to come into the drama room (5-209). Or contact a thespian officer if you’re interested in joining. Benefits include induction into the International Thespian Society and many opportunities to showcase acting, singing, dancing, and technical theatre talents and earn volunteer hours.
|The volleyball club is dedicated to promoting the sport of soccer through play and skill development.
|The World Culture club promotes and embraces both exploration and the education of other cultures.
|*denotes District Sponsored Club