Clubs and Organizations
Welcome to the Clubs and Organizations information page! We are excited that you are here. Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School offers a large variety of student-led clubs and organizations for our Bulldog students.
Please peruse the alphabetical list below and contact the advisor(s) to get involved and become a member of a club that interests you.
Get involved today!
Click on each club or organization below for more information about it, including contact information and meeting times.
Alphabetical List of Clubs and Organizations
Aiming High After Hours
Goal: Our goal is to reach students who participate in ANY after-school program who may need what we offer: life skills activities, health-related enrichment opportunities, fun, food, and tutoring support in all subject areas.
After Hours: 2:30-5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday Room 202
Contact: Officers will be elected for President, Vice President,
Advisor/Site Coordinator: Patricia Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org, 919-964-1650
Bulldog A Capella
Bulldog A Capella is a way to give students additional musical opportunities with singing throughout the school year.
Meetings: Wednesdays, 2:30-3:00 in the Chorus Room
Membership: May only miss two meetings; should have musical experience; being in chorus is strongly encouraged
Advisor: Ms. Gillikin; email@example.com
Bulldog Student Ambassadors
Purpose: Support, Promote and Advocate for SRMHS
Meetings: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Membership: Students must uphold the values and mission of the school while operating with excellence and integrity in school and within the community. Students must attend meetings as scheduled. If there is a schedule conflict, student must meet with the advisor for updated information.
Activities: Offer tours to interested parents and students, support information sessions and promote our school's excellence (internally and externally).
Apply and find out more information here: https://sites.google.com/wcpss.net/srmhs-clubsandorgs/clubs-a-g/bulldog-leaders
Advisor: Mrs. Lauren Johnson ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Science Club
What is the Earth and Environmental Science Club?
Students with an interest in science, primarily with a focus on Climate & Earth Science, will engage in conversations about current events in science, gain community service credit by giving back to our community with school/community trash clean-ups, start more extensive recycling program (plastic, cans, cardboard, etc.), perform club projects that also give back (example: ecobricking, citizen science, start school/community garden), support each other with homework help, experience science via field trips or hear from guest speakers, etc.
Membership- Students must attend 1 meeting per month to remain active.
Meetings- 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Monday after school in Mrs. Arnold's classroom (2309)
Advisor: Ms. Arnold; email@example.com
Purpose: To expose students to all aspects of the fashion world. We will have designers and models come to assist students in design and fashion show etiquette.
Meetings: Room 2407 Every other Wednesday after school
Activities: Fashion Show end of the year, community service-students will decide what the club will do.
Advisor: Ms. Almond; firstname.lastname@example.org
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Purpose: To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church.Our relationships will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.
Meeting Dates: Wednesday Mornings 6:55 am to 7:20 am
Advisor: Jeff Smith; email@example.com
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Purpose: To provide a safe space for LGBTQ students and their allies to discuss topics and advocacy of interest to the LGBTQ community.
Meetings: Thursdays, Room 309- 2:45-3:45
Proposed Activities: Fellowship, discussion, community service where appropriate
Advisor: Greg Horesovsky; firstname.lastname@example.org
"For all guitar and music lovers, let's JAM OUT!"
Purpose: To share the love of guitars and music in general, to play music and learn from each other.
Meeting Details: 3rd Monday of every month, beginning on 8/15/22, in Room 1712; 2:45-3:15
Meeting Dates 2022- 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/21
Purpose: The purpose of the HOSA organization is 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.
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.
The goals that HOSA believes are vital to each member are:
To promote physical, mental and social well being.
To develop effective leadership qualities and skills.
To develop the ability to communicate more effectively with people.
To develop character.
To develop responsible citizenship traits.
To understand the importance of pleasing oneself as well as being of service to others.
To build self-confidence and pride in one's work.
To make realistic career choices and seek successful employment in the health care field.
To develop an understanding of the importance in interacting and cooperating with other students and organizations.
To encourage individual and group achievement.
To develop an understanding of current health care issues, environmental concerns, and survival needs of the community, the nation and the world.
To encourage involvement in local, state and national health care and education projects.
To support Health Science Education instructional objectives.
To promote career opportunities in health care.
Meetings: Thursdays after school in room 309
Membership: Members must regularly attend meetings and participate in HOSA events at school.
Dues: HOSA dues are $20 and are split between the national chapter and the regional chapter
Advisors: Greg Horesovsky & Nya Bradley/ email@example.com
Japanese National Honor Society
Purpose: The Japanese National Honor Society recognizes and encourages achievement and excellence in the study of the Japanese language. JNHS is a way to recognize outstanding students, to encourage them to continue in the study of Japanese, and to promote activities that give students ways to use their language skills.
Meetings: Will be decided by the officers of the club but will be monthly.
- Have completed at least Japanese 2 with a GPA in Japanese of 3.5
- Must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Complete 15 hours or more of community service (At least 5 hours of service that is Japanese related.
- Attend the meetings monthly and actively participate in the activities throughout each year.
Pay JNHS fees
Advisor: Crystal Molina; firstname.lastname@example.org
This club is for students to attend school events and record them to edit and share with the school.
Meetings: Tuesdays after school in room 2106; And students will sign up to attend additional after school events including but not limited to: sports, plays, activites etc...
Membership: There will be training sessions on filming properly and sharing footage. Each student will need to need to uphold the standards set by SRMHS for attending events and professional video etiquette. I cannot be at every event but I will need to teachers to reach out to me to let me know how the students did (compliments and critiques).
Advisor: Mrs. Theodore-Robinson; email@example.com
NAHS (National Art Honor Society)
Purpose: To Promote the visual arts in the community at large.
Meetings: Thursdays 2:30 -3:30
Membership: SRMHS Art Club Bylaws (DAC)
Section 1. To remain a member in good standing, a member must pay dues and complete a minimum of 10 service hours in the visual arts each year.
Section 2. Annual dues of $20.00 will be collected from each member. This fee covers: All membership fees with the national association, for the club. The cost of Student’s T-shirt which is required for events outside of school. The end of the year certificate ceremony’s refreshments, activity supplies, and certificate costs. Seniors add $12 to their dues for their honor cord for graduation. Due on or before (DATE TBA) by digital fee collection. If you cannot pay digitally and MUST pay in cash please let me know so I can make arrangements.
Section 3. Attendance is required at meetings to maintain membership and privileges. You must attend a minimum of 70% of club meetings to stay in good standing.
Section 4. All members must participate in 70% of our projects, activities, and fundraisers.
Section 5. For the DAC officers, attendance is also required at any executive meetings called outside of the regularly scheduled meetings.
Section 6. To graduate with NAHS honors and earn the right to wear a cord, pin, or tassel at graduation, a member must remain in good standing the semester before the graduation date.
Section 7. Members must retain C or above average in any art courses they are currently enrolled in.
Section 8. Members must have and maintain a 2.0 weighted GPA cumulative average in all other subjects
Section 9. Members may remain active during such time when there are no visual arts on their class schedules as long as they fulfill all of the other requirements each year.
Section 10. In the event of an infraction of rules, a review by the officers and sponsors will be conducted. If the individual in question is an officer, he/she will not participate in the decision-making process. This applies to all community laws as well as school and chapter rules.
Section 11. Officers of the SRMHS Art Club will be elected by popular vote.
Advisors: Shannon Myers, Jacsine Theodore-Robinson/ firstname.lastname@example.org
National Beta Club
Purpose: Founded on the following four pillars: Achievement, Character, Leadership, & Service.
Mission Statement - To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among secondary school students. To reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.
Vision Statement - National Beta, a student-centered organization, continually develops and nurtures individuals by providing opportunities and experiences enabling them to demonstrate the ideals of character, achievement, service and leadership in a global community.
The club's goals/objectives include volunteering for works of service in whatever form that the students are able to serve. A goal of 40 hours during the course of one year is set, but not required. This includes voluntary service to the school, community, and other students.
Meetings: Meetings are held during lunch periods once a month in the Media Center.
No December meeting
Membership: New membership includes an application, teacher recommendations, must be a student in good standing (grades), and an initial $32.00 membership fee. Continuing membership fee is $5.00 per year.
National Honor Society
Purpose: The purpose of this chapter shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in students of Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School.
Section 1. Membership in this chapter is an honor bestowed upon deserving students by the faculty and shall be based on the criteria of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
Section 2. Membership in this chapter shall be known as active, honorary, and alumni. Active members become alumni members at graduation. Alumni and honorary members have no voice or vote in chapter affairs.
Section 3. Eligibility: Candidates eligible for selection to this chapter must be members of the sophomore, junior, or senior class. To be eligible for selection to membership in this chapter, the candidate must have been enrolled for a period equivalent to one semester at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School. Candidates eligible for election to the chapter shall have a minimum weighted, cumulative grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Upon meeting the grade level, enrollment, and GPA standards, candidates shall then be considered based on their service, leadership, and character.
Meetings: Room 508, 4th Wednesday of the month @ 2:40pm
Sponsor: Fatimah Cruz; email@example.com
Purpose: To learn and practice various methods, techniques, and strategies for solving a Rubik's Cube as quickly as possible. It will give students a fun and engaging opportunity while also building their puzzle solving skills. There will also be at least 1 tournament each semester that simulates an official WCA (world cubing association) tournament.
When: Every Friday after school
Advisor: Mr. Grant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 1 tournament each semester that follows a guideline similar to WCA tournaments. Possible end of year party?
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) consists of student leaders who are elected annually by their peers to help organize events, activities, programs, and other initiatives around school. Names and contact information (when applicable) of advisors and members of the SGA are below.
Advisor: Ms. Kia Sutton (email@example.com)
President: Kayla Robinson
First Vice President: Journee Miller
Second Vice President: Erin Allen
Secretary: Lynnera White
Treasurer: Teliah Lucas
Parliamentarian: Miracle Munson
Representative: Ava Bosley
Senior Class Advisory
Advisor: Ms. Monique Gill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Makayla Mcneil
Vice President: Karyn Locklear
Secretary: Jeremiah Minor
Treasurer: Jeremiah Grantham
Junior Class Advisory
Advisor: Ms. Alexis Best (email@example.com)
President: Alexander Williams
Vice President: Citlalli Braulio-Madrid
Secretary: Laniya Fleming
Treasurer: Kaiden Clark
Sophomore Class Advisory
Advisor: Ms. Keisha Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Georgia Harden
First Vice President: MacKenzie Fennell
Second Vice President: Nhi Le
Secretary: Makenzie Tucker
Class Representative: Erica Allen
Freshman Class Advisory
Advisor: Ms. Sue Helen Brown (email@example.com)
Freshman President: Faith Bird
First Vice President: Arianna McMillon
Second Vice President : David Winningham
Parliamentarian: Mckenzie Ford
Public Information Officer: Amina Rashid
Treasurer: Sophia Figueroa-Velasquez
Assistant Treasurer: Dejah Chambliss
Secretary: Jaelen Harris
Assistant Secretary: Keyon Lindsey
Purpose: This is a social club where the students play board games and tabletop RPGs.
Meetings: We meet Wednesdays from 2:30-3:45 in 2106 weekly.
Advisor: Jaz Theodore-Robinson; firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: The goal of this club is to increase and diversify the technical knowledge of its members. We want to show students the importance and various applications that you can use with a computer. It is also a chance for the members of the school to learn to appreciate and have fun with the technology placed in front of them.
Students will learn to appreciate and enjoy a variety of software applications and technologies including such technologies as web design, program design and modification, video games and multimedia presentations.
The members will be given an opportunity to build a computer system from the chassis up including installing all components and operating system and testing the completed computer.
The club will also allow its members to pursue projects and personal endeavors.
Membership: Students will be required to attend meetings on a consistent basis. Students who do not will not be allowed to participate in club activities.
Meeting Dates: Meetings will be voted on and scheduled according to the majority's schedule.
Advisor: Antonio Barnes; email@example.com
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Youth Activism Club
Students will teach peers about
- current affairs pertaining to human rights
- the issues surrounding the community
- how to be involved in the community
- how to be an activist and
Allow peers to be immersed in advocacy and understanding the necessity for human rights awareness and provide volunteering opportunities.
Meetings: Every Monday in Room 405 from 2:35-3:30
Visits from various people and organizations about what they do and how it impacts the community. Every meeting will have a specific discussion about a current affair/issue or aspects of a human right. Go as a group to volunteer/ Campaign and design posters for the school to see. Watch school appropriate informational documentaries and discuss them -different groups within the club that will focus on one thing.
Marla Hawkins/ firstname.lastname@example.org