Clubs/Organizations

Student Clubs and Organizations

We have lots of different clubs and student organizations for students to become involved in.  

 
 
Can't find something that you are interested in?  Start your own club!
1. Fill out the club application.
2. Submit the application to Assistant Principal Bruce Page.  You can drop this off in the front office for Mr. Page.
3. An administrator will contact you and your Advisor when your club is approved.  This will take several weeks as each application is presented to the administrative team for consideration by the full team.
 
 
Please note, the clubs that contain an asterisk* have eligibility requirements in order to be a member.
  • Book Club

    Description:   The book club focuses on different genres and members share thoughts, opinions, or ideas about books that fall into each.  There are no requirements to become a member.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Tuesdays during A Lunch
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Flohr/Ms. Waresh
  • Chess Club

    Description:  We play chess.  New players learn chess.  Experienced players work on advanced chess theory.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Wednesdays during B lunch in room 3610.
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Thomas
  • Construction Club

    Description:  It's a get your hands dirty kind of club.  It's the most work you'll ever love.  Some of our great masterpieces include sets for "Wizard of Oz" and "The Sound of Music."
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Meeting time is TBD in room 1738.  See Mr. Collins for details.
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Collins
     
     
  • Debate Club (National Debate Honor Society)

    Description:  The debate team helps students learn the different styles of debate and allows them to prepare cases to be able to compete in tournaments.  We usually compete in three tournaments around the area each year where students have the opporunity to earn points to qualify to receive induction into the National Speech & Debate Association.
     
    Meeting Time & Location:  Wednesday, A Lunch, Weekly;  Also, after school as needed to prepare for tournaments.
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Hill
     
  • DECA - An Association of Marketing Students

    Description: DECA prepares leaders and entrepreneurs for careers and education in marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and other business areas. Students compete by writing/presenting research papers, testing and acting out role plays at district, state and international levels. DECA promotes self confidence, leadership skills, and fosters understanding of classroom curriculum.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly- Wednesday during A lunch in room 2608
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Doggett
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    Description:  FCA is a national organization whose focus is serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. The club is open to all students, but lessons and testimonies are typically geared towards student-athletes.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly- Thursdays during A lunch in Room 1702
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Inge
  • French Club

    Description:  French Club is a social club whose focus is on celebrating the cultural aspects of the Francophone world. Activities usually occur monthly and include in-school functions as well as activities in the community. All HSHS students are welcome to join and are not required to be enrolled in a French course.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed in room 3614.
     
    Staff Contact: Ms. Guilbaud
  • Friends for Friends

    Description:  Friends for Friends is an all inclusive group of students who get together to play games, socialize, and to make a difference within their community.  It is lunch buddies with a twist.  The group focuses on all students with and without disabilities that may or may not have a hard time meeting and speaking with others. Students from the self contained classrooms join us for fun. The group also hosts a once a month unique activity that may include using the gym, meeting up for sporting events, and outside activities that may include Horses for Hope, Miracle League, Special Olympics,  and community engagements.
     
     Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Wednesdays & Thursdays during A & B lunch in room 1708.
     
    Staff Contact: Ms. O'Hara
     
  • Hawks Against Bullying Students

    Description:  Members are required to meet two times a month during lunch. Members meet Wednesday and Thursday A and B lunch. Group meeting are held on an as needed basis and most contact is through email and sign up genius.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Thursdays during A lunch in room 3636.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Pratt and Ms. Gregorio
  • History Club

    Description:  We explore the history of the United States by touring one important American city each year. We explore the key locations in that area and discover what made us who we are as a nation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed in room 3714.
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Moseley
  • History of Gaming

    Description:  The History of Gaming Club, is a club that allows students to explore and expand their interest in video games and board games. Every month we participate in a new game that is taught by members of the group. We learn games that focus on strategy, critical thinking, choices, and maintain a certain level of entertainment. Our selection ranges from new releases to American classics. Due to high demand, this club maintains an application of interest that must be approved by the club adviser. We have a broad range of 9-12 students. Our first meeting occurs in early September and applications are due by Oct. 1 each year.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Biweekly- Thursdays during A lunch in room 2710
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Nosbisch
  • Holocaust Remembrance Club

    Description:  The Holocaust Remembrance Club is dedicated to preserving the memory of those who were affected by the Holocaust. We meet and interview survivors who live in the Triangle area and Skyped with a survivor who lives across the country in the past. We attend the North Carolina Commemoration for the Holocaust at Meredith College and plan to take a field trip this coming school year to Richmond, Virginia or Washington, DC to visit the Holocaust Museums located there. A smaller portion of our club is dedicated to our Adopt-A-Survivor program where we meet with one survivor throughout the year and publish a biography. Please listen for announcements at the beginning of the school year to learn about the first meeting and how to sign up for the club. You do not need to be in the Honors Holocaust and Genocide class to be a member.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly/As Needed- Thursdays during B lunch in room 3710
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Erdman
  • HOSA - Future Health Professionals

    Description:  HOSA is a national student-led orgainzation for future health professionals. The purpose of the HOSA organization to to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program. HOSA is involved in the community and offers many opportunities for community service projets such as multiple blood drives and walks to promote research into various diseases/disorders. The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community. All Health Science Education students are encouraged to be a HOSA member. You can join as long as you are interested in pursuing a career as a health care professional. HOSA has district, state and national conference that offer opportunities for education, teambuilding and networking as well as over 56 different competitive evnts. To learn more about HOSA visit the national HOSA web site www.hosa.org or the NC HOSA web site at www.nchose.org. 
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly - Wednesdays during A lunch in room 2508
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Cress
  • HSHS Theatre Company (HSTC)

    Description:  The Holly Springs Theatre Company (HSTC) works towards producing high quality productions throughout the year. Meetings also include tech workshops, acting workshops, improv gatherings, and the Inter-nation Thespian Society meetings. For more information, visit www.HSHSTHEATRECOMPANY.org.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly- Mondays during A lunch in the Auditorium
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Buttner
  • Interact Club

    Description:  Helps the school or community and promotes international understanding.  Clubs meet at least twice a month and are sponsored by their local Rotary club.  We connect with community leaders develop leadership skills, make international connections, and discover more opportunities to connect with Rotary, including Rotaract, RYLA, and Youth Exchange.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Tuesday during A lunch in room 1702.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Dion
  • International Thespian Society

    Description:  Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Mondays during A lunch in the Auditorium.
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Buttner
  • Key Club

    Description:  Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed - Tuesdays during A or B lunch in room 1626.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Southwell
     
  • Latin Club

    Description:  Allows students with an interest in the ancient world to interact with each other and attend various events having to do with antiquity.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed in room 3612
     
    Staff Contact:  Dr. Sobolewski
  • Military Service Club (Hawk Battalion)

    Description:  The military Service Club is a local club for any student who is interested in joining the military, supporting the military, has family members in the military, or just wants to learn more about the armed forces. The club discusses military and political topics, studies the art and science of leadership, examines the key features of successful leaders and leadership, examines the role of the military in times of war and peace, and looks at military expectations, service, and what it means to serve. The club will work with and host the school's recruiters, take "field trips" to local military bases and units to see military equipment and talk to personnel, read history articles and books, and watch movies to examine all aspects of military life and service, as well as learning lesson from history. The club is also in the process of trying to get JROTC at Holly Springs High School.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: TBA in room 1702
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Bowen
  • Mu Alpha Theta (Math)

    Description:  Math Honors Society seeks to expand the joy and interest in mathematics beyond the exploration of classroom content. This may include studying famous works or problems, studying topics not covered in general math classes, competing in mathematics competitions, or contributing to or organizing events meant to increase an interest in mathematics and its applications. Membership is annual (applications go out at the end of the school year), and requires a 1 time due to join the national society. It is require that students have completed (or will successfully complete by the end of the school year) precalculus or AFM.  Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly- Mondays during A lunch in Mobile 6
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Shahin
  • National Art Honor Society*

    Description:  We are a service club dedicated to promoting visual arts in the community. Past volunteer opportunities include: setting up art shows, painting sets for school plays, making artwork for community events, being student assistants in elementary art room, and more. It is required that students are enrolled or have taken an honors level visual arts class and have an A/B average in all classes. Students are required to complete 15 total service hours annually. Membership is annual and requires dues. Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: TBD in room 1610
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Huffines
  • National English Honor Society*

    Description:  The Holly Springs High School National English Honor society seeks to promote interest in English, literature, and the humanities among the Holly Springs High School community. The purpose of HSHS NEHS is to foster excellence in the English curriculum by advocating lifelong learning, developing literacy opportunities, and actively participating in the betterment of the Holly Springs community. Members will participate in school functions, maintain a unique forum for creative written and spoken expression, and volunteer for school and community activities. Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Biweekly - Wednesdays during B lunch in room 1616.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Sanders/Mr. Temple
  • National French Honor Society*

    Description:  The French Honor Society is an academic honor society whose intent is to recognize high school students who have successfully completed (with a 3.5 average) French 1, French 2 and French 3, and who have maintained an overall GPA of at least 3.0. Membership is by invitation/application only and requires a minimum of 5 “points” and 2 full lunch tutorial hours per semester to remain active. Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed, usually every other month in room 3614.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Guilbaud
  • National Honor Society (NHS)*

    Description:  National Honor Society is a honor society dedicated to the four pillars of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. Membership is by application and subsequent selection by a board of faculty and requires annual dues. NHS members serve as leaders in the community and are required to both perform community service hours and serve as tutors within the school.  Eligible students will receive a honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly- Tuesdays (usually the second Tuesday) during B lunch in room 3636.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Felker and Ms. Munchick
  • National Honor Society for Dance Arts*

    Description: The primary mission of the National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA) is to promote and honor outstanding dance achievement in high school level dance education students. Further, NHSDA hopes to encourage well-rounded dance artists to become leaders in their communities after high school graduation.  Eligible students will receive an honors cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly- Tuesdays during B lunch in room 1317
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Stauderman
  • National Latin Honor Society*

    Description:  Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed in room 3612.
     
    Staff Contact:  Dr. Sobolewski
  • National Science Honor Society*

    Description:  The Science National Honor Society (SNHS) is an academic honor society that promotes science excellence and and supports students in their science related interests beyond the classroom. SNHS provides opportunities for service projects related to science as well as scholarship opportunities, science programs, and career/college preparation in the science field. There are eligibility requirements that include a certain science course GPA, class selection, and character references.  Eligible students will receive a honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly- Thursdays during B lunch in room 1630.
     
    Staff Contact: Ms. Solender/Ms. Beichner
  • National Social Studies Honor Society*

    Description:  The Social Studies honor Society (SSHS) is an academic honor society that promotes excellence in Social Studies and focuses on Community Service Projects in place of service hours. There are eligibility requirements that include a specific Social Studies GPA as well as an overall GPA.  Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location:  One Wednesday a month in room 3712.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Shaver/Ms. Anderson
  • National Spanish Honor Society*

    Description:  The National Spanish Honor Society is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies. There are eligibility requirements related to course selection and success as well as community service.  Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Monthly/As Needed in room 3628.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Melo
  • National Technical Honor Society*

    Description:  NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. For over 30 years, NTHS has been the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. Students also do community projects and school projects to promote awareness. National membership is one time, but local dues is annual.  Eligible students will receive an honors cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: 2nd and 4th Thursday during A lunch in room 2502.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Broome
  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS)

    Description:  PBIS Club is an organization that teaches, practices, and models the expectations we have here at HSHS.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly - Tuesdays during A lunch and after school as needed in room 1614.
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. L. Hill
  • Pride

    Description:  Student based club focused on outreach and support for LGBT students, their families, and friends
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Wednesdays during A lunch in room 3712.
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Shaver
  • Robotics Club*

    Description:  Hawktimus Prime is dedicated to the ideal from FIRST: Gracious Professionalism. As a team, we plan, and build a robot in order to compete each year at the regional competition in Raleigh. This is just a part of what we do (though it is very exciting). In the off season we learn in teams the proper and safe use of tools in order to effectively construct different projects, breakdown the electrical components of various devices to better understand electrical engineering, and write computer code for programs in order to enhance our understanding of computer science. We complete fundraisers, and work towards increasing our sponsorship base through effective communication with the community and businesses. Each year at competition there are awards for essays and videos regarding how a team improves the world around them, and exemplifies what it is to be a Gracious Professional, and so we always need writers as well for our media and awards positions. We meet weekly during most of the year, and nearly daily during build season. There are annual team dues at the beginning of each year.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Weekly- Tuesdays after school in MOB 14
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Shahin
  • Science National Honor Society


    Description:    The Science National Honor Society (SNHS) is an academic honor society that promotes science excellence and supports students in their science related interests beyond the classroom.  SNHS provides opportunities for service projects related to science as well as scholarship opportunities, science programs, and career / college preparation in the science field. There are eligibility requirements that include a certain science course GPA, class selection, and character references.  Eligible students will receive an honor cord for graduation.
     
    Meetings:  Thursdays, B Lunch, Monthly
      
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Beichner / Ms. Boyd
  • Science Olympiad

    Description:  Science Olympiad is a team that meets throughout the year to explore science outside of the classroom. We encourage anyone with a love of science or STEM to join. In the spring semester we take a team to the regional tournament and compete in different events that cover all different science content. Some are engineering events and some are tests.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: As needed (location is TBD)
     
    Staff Contact: Ms. Boyd / Ms. Felker
  • Sign Language Club

    Description:  This is a club for students interesting in learning Sign Language. At every meeting a few different types of signs are learned and everyone gets a chance to practice their signing.
     
    Meeting Time & Location: Biweekly- Thursdays during A lunch in room 2714
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Rhodes
  • Step Team


    Description:  Step Team coordinates and performs stepping routines which use the entire body to make complex patterns and rhythms of sounds and movements.
     
    Meetings:  Weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays after school.  See Mr. Hill for an exact schedule.  Meetings are in room 1614.
      
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Lamar Hill
  • Student Ambassadors*

    Description:  Student Ambassadors are leaders, facilitators and mentors to incoming and current students. They provide tours of the school and information to new students, provide friendship to current students, and participate in school events.
     
    Meeting Time & Location:  As needed
     
    Staff Contact:  Mrs. Murray in Student Services
  • Student Athletic Trainers

    Description: The Student Athletic Trainers club is a group that introduces basic athletic training skills to interested high school students and promotes the Athletic Training profession.
     
    Meeting Time & Location:  Monthly in room 1406/Gym
     
    Staff Contact: Ms. Arey
  • Student Council Association (SCA)*

    Description:  SCA elections are held in early May for upper class men and in early September for incoming freshmen. We plan events such as homecoming, spirit week, pep rally, food drives, Go Gold for Childhood Cancer month, Mr. Holly Springs Pageant, and prom to name just a few!  Eligible students will receive an honors cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location:  Weekly - Thursdays during A lunch in room 3624
     
    Staff Contact:  Ms. Richer
  • Tri-M Music Honor Society*

    Description: Honor Society for Juniors and Seniors who have completed at least two years of chorus and or band. Membership is by application, and candidates must hold a 3.75 cumulative weighted GPA and a 4.0 in all music courses taken.  Eligible students will receive an honors cord for graduation.
     
    Meeting Time & Location:  Monthly/As Needed in the chorus room during B lunch in the chorus room
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Biasi/Ms. Patchett
  • Writer's Club

    Description:  Writer's Club is a vehicle for creative written expression, from poetry and short stories to even longer pieces. The club utilizes a workshop format, providing each writer with constructive criticism and feedback.

    Meeting Time & Location: Biweekly- Wednesdays during A lunch in room 2612
     
    Staff Contact:  Mr. Chamberlain
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