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Clubs and Organizations

HHS Club Directory
 
Explore the options below to find out more about the exciting student organizations at Heritage High School.
  • African Student Association

    The African Student Association (ASA) is a club invites all interested students to join in learning more about African food, culture, language and dance. 
     
    Advisor: Johnny Walters
    Meeting Time: Second Tuesday of the month from 2:30-3:30
    Meeting Location: 1524 
  • Alpha Pack

    Alpha Pack serves as a student lead game studio for the Heritage Community. Student work in a team environment to design, build, and package video games from the ground up.
     
    Advisory: David Delgado
    Meeting Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4:30
    Meeting Location: 1518 
  • American Sign Language Club

    The ASL Club promotes awareness of the Deaf Community and Culture through peer interactions and participation in community events. The Club also assists ASL Honor Society students in their endeavors to spread Deaf awareness. 
     
    Advisor: Raven Sheridan
    Meeting Time: First Tuesday, 2:30
    Meeting Location: 508 
  • American Sign Language Honor Society

    The ASL Honor Society presents an opportunity for students to gain recognition for high academic achievement in their study of ASL. In addition to academic achievement, members of the ASLHS are required to perform community service in the local Deaf community (if available) which enhances ASL skills in addition to developing character and citizenship. 
     
    Advisor: Raven Sheridan
    Meeting Time: First and Third Tuesdays at 2:30 
    Meeting Location: 508
  • Art Club

    Art Club is for all students interested in getting involved in the visual arts and practicing their skills.
     
    Advisor: Jessica Sandford and Tarrah Huff
    Meeting Time: Thursdays from 2:30-3:15
    Meeting Location: 617 
  • Asian Culture Association (ACA)

    ACA strives to investigate and teach about a wide range of Asian cultures. ACA focuses on the film, music, dance, art, food, literature, history and accomplishments of Asians and Asian-Americans. ACA fosters leadership and service through participation in international events and service projects in school and community. 
     
    Advisor: Premi Singh
    Meeting Time: Wednesdays @ 2:30
    Meeting Location: 1502 
     
    Club President: Emilie Phan
  • Association for Gender Equality (AGE)

    The Association for Gender Equality (AGE) focuses on awareness and education of issues in a patriarchal society. The club particularly focuses on wage disparity and societal misconceptions about gender. 
     
    Co-Presidents: Rachel Lopes, Ethan Lineberry, Erin Helfrich
    Treasurer: Alex Jones
    Secretary: Lilly Weeks
    Publicist: Kaitlyn Wurster
    Advisor: Sandra Forner
    Meeting Time: We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.
    Meeting Location: 2520
  • Astronomy Club

    The Astronomy Club introduces students to the planets and stars of the cosmos by giving them an up close encounter while using telescopes. The club will host community meetings and stargazing events and seeks to volunteer for the Raleigh Astronomy Club or other special events happening at the Science Museum in Raleigh. The goal of the club is to observe the night sky while promoting interest in astronomy.
     
    Club Adviser: Todd Gunsher
    Club Meets: Every other Friday at 2:30 in Gunsher's room
    Student Contact: Kara Snow  
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters

    Big Brothers/Big Sisters provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring one-on-one relationships with student mentors. The club visits a local elementary school once a month to mentor first and second grade students. 
     
    Advisor: Todd Atkinson
    Meeting Time: No regularly scheduled meetings
    Meeting Location: 2526 
  • Bison Software Club

    Bison Software Development Club
     
    Advisor: Mr. Bullock
    Meets: HH Mondays
    Where: Room 1613 
  • Chess Club @ HHS

    Chess Club 
     
    Advisor: Mr. Bullock/Mr. Collins
    When: Friday
    Where: 1516
  • Convention Club

    This a club created for any student who is interested in finding out about Anime and being among like minded individuals. Dr. Who Club is a fan club for students that love the Science friction show Dr. Who. Doctor Who is the longest running Science Fiction show on Television. The students discuss and watch past shows. Many shows include historical events such as ancient Rome, World War II, and Elizabethan times. 
     
    Advisor: Abby Soffe
    Meeting Time: Every second and fourth Tuesday from 2:30-3:30
    Meeting Location: Room 1618
  • Creative Writing Club

    The Heritage High School Creative Writing club provides students with an outlet for written expression. With the help of peers and teachers, students will improve their writing quality and expand their creativity through selected prompts chosen by students and free writes. 
    Advisor: Ms. Yates
    Meeting Time: Every Tuesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 1526
  • DECA

    DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Students are eligible for participation in district, state, national and international competitions. 
     
    Advisors: Danny Bland and David Killingsworth
    Meeting Time: Every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 2511 
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    FCA is an interdenominational Christian sports ministry that welcomes all Heritage students, athletes, and non-athletes. 
     
    Advisor: Lauren Winstead 
    Meeting Times: Every Friday at 7:00 a.m.
    Meeting Location: Auxiliary Gym 
     
  • FFA

    FFA is an agriculturally based leadership organization that makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Although FFA no longer stands for "Future Farmers of America" the organization still have its roots in farming and agriculture on a large scale. 
     
    Advisors: Camber Starling and Evan Faison
    Meeting Time: Every Thursday at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 516 
     
    Club President: Brooke Francher 
  • French Club

    The French Club at Heritage High School promotes the Francophone culture and language and encourages unity and fun among its members through games, competitions, presentations and activities. The club also promotes awareness about current events in French-speaking countries around the world. 
     
    Advisor: Carla Roche
    Meeting Time: Every first Wednesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 522 
  • French National Honor Society

    The purpose of French National Honor Society is to recognize students who have had high academic achievement in their French classes. It also promotes the French language and Francophone culture by serving as tutors, creating presentations, attending the French festival and being positive role models to others at the school.
     
    Advisor: Carla Roche
    Meeting Time: Every first Wednesday of the month at 3:15 
    Meeting Location: 522
  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

    Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a career and technical student organization that serves students who are or have been enrolled in a Business Education course. FBLA provides students with leadership opportunities as well as a means to compete with other students at regional, state and national conferences. 
     
    Advisors: Danny Bland and Mackie Hayman
    Meeting Time: First Monday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 2613 
  • Future Educators Association

    This club will provide students interested in education the chance to be with others with the same goal: to gain exposure to teaching and working together to make schools a better place.
     
    Club Adviser: Mr. Warwick 
    Club Meets: 2x's Month on ___________ in room 2622
    Student President: Emily Bishop 
  • Future US Military Members

    This club is for students interested in joining any branch of the US armed forces. Students will set goals and discuss their interest in serving in the military. This club will allow like-minded individuals to discuss their military career goals after HS.
     
    Club Advisor: M. Garcia
    Club Meets: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month in room 1526. (First Meeting March 8, 2017)
    Student Contact: James Duke Howell III 
  • Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)

    GSA is committed to fostering an inclusive community for all students at Heritage, especially those who identify as LGBTQ and their allies. 
     
    Advisors: Amanda Sheahen, Brian Warwick and Kathy Staley
    Meeting Time: Every Tuesday at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 1508 
     
    Student Leaders: Madeline A Maher, Israel Cazuela-Garcia 
  • HHS Glee Club

    We sing a lot! ...and WE LOVE IT!
     
    Club Adviser: Mrs. Hathaway
    Club Meets: Thursdays 2:30 - 3:30 in the Chorus Room
    Student Contact: TBA 

     
  • HHS Graphic Design Club

    A student club focused on all aspects of Graphic Design. 
     
    Club Adviser: Coach Cheng
    Club Meets: Tuesdays at 2:30 in room 1613.
  • Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA)

    HOSA is a team of high school students striving to make a difference at school and in the community through recruitment and retention of students as health professionals. HOSA provides students with personal, career, and leadership development opportunties to be college and career ready. 
     
    Advisors: Ann Riddle and Renee Long
    Meeting Time: Every second Wednesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 608 
  • Heritage Organization of Future Engineers (HOFE)

    The Heritage Organization of Future Engineers allows students to share, learn, and explore new ideas about different engineering disciplines from biomedical engineering to mechanical engineering. HOFE promotes logical and critical thinking skills crucial to solving the engineering problems of today and tomorrow. 
     
    Advisor: Adam Bryant
    Meeting Time: Every other Tuesday at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 634 
  • Heritage Student Network (HSN)

    The mission of HSN is to offer a supportive and constructive environment for all students at Heritage through tutoring services for all classes, including AP and Honors. We will provide a direct connection from teachers to available tutors. HSN will also create a supportive place run by students for students where resources such as TEDtalks and information seminars are accessible and may encourage the success of high school experiences and future careers. Additionally, HSN will provide a positive atmosphere where students will learn about the benefits of taking AP courses, and SAT and ACT preparation.
     
    Club Advisor: Mr. Greening & Mr. Kraft
    Club Meets: Every other Wednesday from 2:30 - 4:30 pm in room 2502
    Student Contacts: Kayla Cook, Madison Gilbert, Sammy Quiroz-Gutierrez, Lea Yorke 
  • Hope for the Huskies

    Hope for the Huskies provides hope for all animals abused, homeless, or just in need of love. With our help, animals everywhere in Wake County will have homes or comfort in a local shelter. 
     
    Advisor: Lauren Winstead
    Meeting Time: Every other Tuesday at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 2502 
  • Husky Diplomats

    Husky Diplomats are trained peer mediators that help resolve peer conflicts. Students must be nominated by an HHS teacher. The application period is held each May.
     
    Advisors: Yvonne Corcho/ Lauren Weaver
    Meeting Time: The group meets at least quarterly in various locations 
     
     
  • Husky Photography Club

    Club will take pictures at school events, create projects, learn the basics of photography as well as develop social skills and expand creativity. 
     
    Advisor: Lori Drummond 
    Club Meets: Fridays 2:30-3:30 in various places. See Advisor for location. 
  • Interact Club

    Interact is an international student-led organization sponsored by a local rotary club which provides its members with opportunities to provide community service, interact with other youth and enhance leadership skills.
     
    Advisor: _______________
    Meeting Time: Currently Not Meeting. 
    Meeting Location: 
  • International Club

    The International Club is made up of students from all around the world. Students share their cultures with each other. The club hosts the International Show in the spring where cultures are celebrated through poetry, dance, song, and other art forms. All students are welcome. 
     
    Advisor: Laurie Tucker
    Meeting Time: Third Tuesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 518 
  • Key Club

    Key club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to build character, participate in service projects and develop leadership. 
     
    Advisors: Marc Collins
    Meeting Time: Officers on first Tuesday of the month 2:30. Full Club meeting on Second Tues. 2:30
    Meeting Location: 1516
    Student Contact: Squiroz Gutierrez 
  • Ladies of Distinction

    Ladies of Distinction is a mentoring program for girls in grades 9-12. The club operates under four programmatic thrusts: leadership, sisterhood, service and scholarship.
     
    Advisor: Bonnie Mwanda
    Meeting Time: Provided to members upon application.
    Meeting Location: Provided to members upon application.
  • Letterman's Club

    This is a club for athletes who are looking to excel and lead on the field/court, in the classroom, and in the community.
    Club Advisor: Dawn Beaster
    Club Meets: Once a month depending on sporting events and those event locations.
    Student Contact: Zach Gemmell
  • Men of Distinction

    Men of Distinction provides mentorship to male students who are committed to brotherhood, service, and self-improvement.
     
    Advisors: Tyson Ashe and Leonard Bullock
    Meeting Time: Every other Wednesday at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 628 
  • Movie Club

    Movie club is a club both for movie enthusiasts and potential film makers. In this club, we will often watch movies as well as occasionally assign movies to be watched at home. This is because the main focus of this part of the club is to discuss different aspects of movies such as cinematography, acting, lighting, soundtrack, etc... We will watch and discuss historically great movies and pick apart what makes them great. Soon, our club will be able to replicate these visions into our own video. We will use the discussions from watching movies and create a video of our own in the styles of other movies or directors.
     
    Club Adviser: Mr. Bryant
    Club Meets: First and Second Tuesday of every month at 2:30 in room 1604.
    Student Contact: TBA 
  • Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society

    This is an honor society dedicated to excellence in math coursework and service through math tutoring. 
     
    Co-Advisers:Lauren and Leanna Winstead
    Meeting Time: 2nd Thursday of every month @ 7am
    Meeting Location: auxiliary gym
     
    Club President: Andrew Knudsen
  • National Achievers Society

    Launched national as the Thurgood Marshall Achievers Society, it is now known as the National Achievers Society. The organization seeks to recognize, encourage, and reinforce achievement among African American youth and other youth of color. Any 10th-12th grade student with a weighted GPA of at least 3.0 can apply for membership. 
     
    Advisor: Deirdra William
    Meeting Time: February 23, March 22, and April 23 from 2:30-3:30 
    Meeting Location: Band room
  • National Art Honor Society

    The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is a program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service while bringing art education to the attention of the school and community. 
     
    Advisor: Tarrah Huff
    Meeting Time: Thursdays at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 617 
  • National Honor Society

    National Honor Society is a club that is open to Juniors and Seniors who have applied, been selected, and maintain a GPA of 3.6 or above. Letters inviting students to apply will be given out in Advisory classrooms in March.
     
    Advisors: Abby Soffe and Leanna Winstead
    Meeting Time: Every third Wednesday of the month at 6:50 a.m.
    Meeting Location: Auditorium 
     
    Club President: Baylee Roy 
  • National Science Honor Society

    Honor Society that works to promote scientific knowledge and community involvement in Science events. 10-12th grade students must have an eligible GPA and submit an application to be considered for membership. 
     
    Advisors: Kathy Lyles, Margaret Handest, and Mary Jo Cowley
    Meeting Time: Third Thursday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: Cafeteria (Unless otherwise noted.)
  • National Technical Honor Society

    National Technical Honor Society nominates students who have shown overall student achievement as well as outstanding achievement in Career and Technical Education Classes. NTHS promotes leadership and educational excellence, awards scholarships, and enhances career opportunities in high school, college, and in the workforce.
     
    Advisors: Janet Ivey and Paula Grady
    Meeting Time: Third Tuesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 610 
  • Poetry Club

    Poetry Club is designed to be a welcoming environment for students to share, collaborate, grow, and learn the fundamentals of traditional poetry and performance poetry (spoken word). 
     
    Advisors: Billy Williams and David Delgado
    Meeting Time: Every Friday 2:30-4:30
    Meeting Location: 1518 
  • Project Wisdom

    Project Wisdom is an international service-learning club that empowers students to be difference makers in the global community. 
     
    Advisor: Miles Macleod
    Meeting Time:  Wednesdays  at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 1628
     
    Student Leaders: Ben Koziel, Kelly Leang, Fatou Sall and Devlin Santos 
  • Science Olympiad

    Science Olympiad is an engaging way for students to explore their scientific interest, through self-study, teamwork, and competition. Students prepare for and compete in the Science Olympiad competitions throughout the year.
     
    Advisor: Todd Gunsher
    Meeting Time: First and third Wednesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 1612
     
    Club President: Andrew Knudsen
     
  • Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (Spanish Honor Society)

    The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP). It was formally organized as the Spanish National Honor Society in 1953.  The name was changed to Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica in 1959. At present there are over 2,000 national and international chapters. We are the “Diéresis Chapter” of HHS. The purpose of the society is to recognize high achievement of high school students in the Spanish and Portuguese languages and to promote a continuing interest in Hispanic and Portuguese studies.
     
    Advisor: Leroy Salazar
    Meeting Time: Personalized invitation (monthly meetings) Follow Twitter Account: @Heritage_SHH
    Meeting Location: 504
    Contact: 
    Club President: Kelly Ann Smith --> kasmith7@students.wcpss.net
     
  • Spanish Club

    The Spanish Club is an exciting way for students to explore and to participate in cultural activities related to the Spanish-speaking world through food, dance, and entertainment. 
     
    Advisory: Dorthy Eubanks
    Meeting Time: Every third Tuesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: 506
    Contact 
    Club President: TBA
  • Speech and Debate Team

    An honor society in which students participate in events revolving around the tenants of speech and debate in local tournaments against other schools. 
     
    Advisor: Mr. Sellek
    Meeting Time: Tursday from 2:30-3:30
    Meeting Location: 1506
  • Student Government Association (SGA)

    Student government is a student led organization charged with the duty of continuously expanding and planning student activities, creating fundraisers to support all clubs and organizations at the school, developing communication among students, faculty, and administration, and to improving school spirit and morale. 
     
     
    SGA Advisors: Adam Bryant, Christie D'Amore
    Senior Class Advisors: Maureen Findley, Lindsay Hathatway
    Junior Class Advisors: Michael Downey, Kathleen Lyles
    Sophomore Class Advisors: Kara Norris, Matthew Sellek 
    Freshman Class Advisors: Lori Drummond, Trip Triplett
     
    Meeting Time: First Wednesday of the month at 2:30
    Meeting Location: Media Center 
     
    SGA President: Emily Edwards
  • Unity Dance Club

    Unity Dance Club is an open dance club striving to bring modern dance to hip-hop music. Our goals are to engage students in the collaborative process, strengthen students creative skills in live performance through the study of craft and technique, build and encourage all members to thrive in an organization that fosters unity, creativity, and recognizes individual differences without judgement and to create unique, challenging and diverse live performance and share them with our community.
     
    Club Advisor: Lori Zimmer 
    Club Meets: Tuesday 2:30-4:00pm in room Dance Studio
    Student Contact: Kaitlyn Nance  
  • Unplugged Game Club

    Gaming Club is a club where members can play and learn different games that are featured at the meetings. Each meeting different games will be featured and for the members who do not know how to play the game more experienced members will teach them. Video Games will not be featured.
     
    Club Adviser: Mr. Triplett
    Club Meets: The Second Wednesday of the Month from 2:30pm to 3:30pm in Room 620
    Student Contact: Johnathan Stark 
  • World Geography Club

    This student sponsored club welcomes all students at Heritage High school who are interested in the geography of our world, how human communities interact with the environment, and how geo information is represented. It will provide an in depth study of cultures, location, demographics and these effects on those countries. Activities may include; migration ratios, the impact of geography on population, political patterns, and land use. It is hoped that participation in this club will generate an interest in APHUGE.
     
    Club Advisor: Mr. Greening
    Club Meets: Every other Monday (2nd and 4th of the month) in Room 2504.
    Student Contacts: Shannon Griffiths - President, Olivia Warner, VP
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