Clubs

RHS Club Roster 2017-18

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Clubs Sponsor(s) Objectives Meeting/Time ​Meeting Location
Academic Bowl Mr. Waldroup To prepare for and represent the school in academic trivia competitions. Friday afternoons, 3:45-5:30pm; potentially other times as well for JV practice F105​
Beta Club Ms. E. Kennedy, Ms. LaRossa Beta Club is a nationally-recognized organization that seeks to improve our school and community through service projects. As needed (usually 2-3  meetings per semester) ​AA30
Bible Study Club Mr. Waldroup To grow in the Christian faith by studying the Bible. To be presented mature in Christ. Wednesdays, 7:45 am F105​
Black Student Union Ms. Coffie To foster an environment of inclusion for those students who feel disconnected from the RHS

community

Every Wednesday morning from 7:45-8:15 ​Cafe
Bombshell Beauty Ms. Lavender To promote, inspire, and celebrate outer and inner beauty After School once a month N/A​
Chemistry Club Ms. Chilton Our objective is to perform exciting as well as educational experiments, and exploring our love for chemistry outside of the classroom. One Wednesday a month from 3:30 to 4:30 ​F123
Cinema Club Mr. Shackelford To watch and appreciate as well as discuss current movies but especially the Marvel Universe franchise. 3:45-4:45 on Wednesdays ​B107
Congressional Youth Council Ms. Estevez​ To engage youth in political process​ It varies, we have guest speakers and to prepare we meet at least once or twice

F101​
CORE ​Mr. Granville Provide an inclusive, cooperative, and respectful forum to organize students, faculty, and parents so that they are, together, better able to address all facets of reform within the United States K-12 educational system.

​7:45 AM Tuesdays ​H104
Cure Club Ms. Kemper Cure Club has the goal of donating money to selected cancer charities. Our goal is to raise money and awareness for cancer organizations and research within Roswell High School. First Monday of the month ​F102
Dance Team Ms. Porter & Ms. Mordecai​ ​To promote school spirit by performing dances at pep rallies, sporting events, and other appropriate events. ​Monday 3:45 – 5:00 PE08​
Debate Club Ms. Goddard To practice and build public speaking and debate skills. Thursdays after school ​D111
Environmental Club Ms. Glover To raise awareness about environmental issues and to encourage others to live sustainably. Wednesday, after school H112​
FCS Tech Comp Ms. Swearingen & Mr. Jones The FCS Technology Competition is held by Fulton County Schools and encourages students to enter this annual event. The Technology Competition awards students by grade level and project category. The FCS Technology Competition allows students to use technology skills in a competitive nature. The first place winners at the FCS Technology Competition progress to the State of Georgia Technology Competition. N/A ​MTC
Fencing Ms. Pappas Fencing teaches agility, focus, and problem solving. Members learn and enhance fencing skills, build team spirit, and connect with other teams. Wednesday 3:45-6:30 Cafe
FLOOD Ms. Chilton To provide local mission opportunities for high school students to saturate their communities with the heart and hands of Christ. 1st Thursday of every month

at 7:40

​F123
Fly Fishing Club Ms. Garrity The Fly Fishing Club objective’s is to meet and organize fishing trips and hopefully start up a competitive club where we can compete in fishing competitions. Wednesdays Prt4​
Friends Club Ms. Mobley & Ms. Lazardi Friends Club is an organization that provides opportunities for special education students to participate in after school activities with their general education peers. These activities include attending RHS sporting events, holiday themed dinners, and more. 4:00-6:00 H120​
​Frisbee Club Mr. Lee​ ​Fun co-ed opportunity for outdoor activity. To teach fundamentals of Ultimate Frisbee Wednesday after school BPF​
​Gamer’s Lounge Mr. Ahmed​ Play games, make friends, have fun.​ ​Tuesdays 3:30-4:45 F103​
Gay-Straight Alliance Mr. McElvaney & Ms. Volpert Anti-bullying initiatives and positive learning environment support for LGBTQ students and their allies. 7:50am every Tuesday ​D106
Habitat for Humanity Ms. Jones Participate & support in local Habitat for Humanity builds. Mornings G108​
HOSA Ms. Hunter Health Occupation Students of America promote healthcare career paths for students. TBD ​H107
Interact Ms. Pierce  & Ms. Porter To support the Roswell Rotary Club and help in various community service events. 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of

each month

​G112
Investa Club Ms. Estevez Teaching young adults how to invest $$ for their future Every 2 weeks ​F101
Key Club Ms. Boyd & Ms. Omen With the support of the Roswell Kiwanis Club, Key Club looks to encourage volunteerism, philanthropy, and community throughout RHS and the Roswell Community. 8AM-TBA ​F114
Language Fusion Club ​Ms. Bell,

Ms. Kempf,

Ms. Grant,

Ms. Onuki

& Ms. Otte

To share and explore cultural experiences and learning languages outside the classroom​ Twice a month, announced each month​ ​E115
Math Team Mr. Brown Students compete in a variety of mathematics competitions throughout the school year 2nd Tuesday of each month,

3:45-5:00

​G118
Mu Alpha Theta Ms. Kennedy We provide math tutoring for RHS students throughout the school year. Every Wednesday, 7:45 – 8:15

AM

​G101
​Art NHS ​Ms. Knowles Participate in art and leadership opportunities within our school and community. ​After school ​A110
National Eng. HS Ms. Allegood Encourage the love of literature in students. Tuesdays, 7:45 (tentative) ​E104
​French NHS Ms. Kempf​ To promote the French language and culture.​ Every other Friday- 7:45 am​ ​E127
German NHS Ms. Otte The German National Honor Society promotes German language learning at RHS, organizes tutoring and other activities for German students Friday mornings E121​
Japanese NHS Ms. Onuki Recognize and encourage scholastic achievement and excellence in Japanese study by working with teachers and administrators to develop and maintain high standards of Japanese language education and promoting cultural activities. Once a month ​E116
National HS Ms. Gaffigan The purpose of this organization shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. NHS promotes and provides leadership development opportunities to prepare and empower students to serve their schools and communities. 7:45 -8 am once a month,

2nd Thursday

​E127
Science NHS Ms. Glover To tutor students and offer assistance to science teachers setting up labs. Meets one time at the beginning of each semester to organize help for the semester. Students act as tutors and are available to meet anywhere on campus, any day of the week. H112​
Spanish NHS Ms. Player Service to Spanish speaking communities and students in Spanish classes. Thursdays after school E123​
​The Nestwork Ms. Huss​ ​We would like to increase the number of students to help with Nestwork projects. Before school​ ​AA21
Red Cross Club Ms. Masters To fundraise for Red Cross and other local charities when a natural disaster occurs. To fundraise for prevention of natural disaster needs. Once a month on Wednesday mornings F111​
​RHS Computing Club ​Mr. Lee To offer a venue for students to share computing ideas and exploration. To plan and manage the HourOfCode at RHS! ​Mondays after school G125​
RHS Superhero Club ​Ms. Garrity The objective of our club is to provide students who enjoy film and tv shows to have a place to come together to have discussions and explore fan theories. Tuesdays 7:45-8:15​ D112​
Roswell Robotics Mr. Bishop “To inspire students to pursue educational and career opportunities in science, technology and engineering through competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition” Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30 –

5:30

​B106
Roswell United Ms. Chilton​ ​Our objective is to create a space for everyone to come as they are and worship freely and spend time with good people. Friday mornings at 7:20​ F123​
Skills USA Ms. Funderburk & Ms. Lavender Skills USA is a career and technical organization for students to have the opportunity to hold leadership positions and compete in their area of expertise. 3rd Tuesday of each month 7:45-8:15am AA12​
​Social Acceptance Club ​Ms. Bissett To bring people together make a safe place for all nomatter what the situation they are in or went through. A place others can work hand in hand and get the help they need either mentally socially or academically. ​Tuesday after school 3:30-5:00 ​HUB
Step Team Ms. Washington To showcase the art of step dancing as a form of exercise and entertainment Monday, Wednesday GYM​
Theater Troupe Ms. Stern Celebrate the art of Theatre. Learn new skills and make new friends. We will also prepare for our annual trip to The Georgia Thespian Conference Tuesdays 3:45- 4:45 AUD​
Tri-M Honor Music Soc. Ms. White To enrich not only our community, but the blossoming minds of high school musicians and to provide them an outlet for service, creativity, and leadership. TBD ​A104
UNICEF Ms. Hunter We aim to raise money and awareness for children around the world that do not have access to basic living necessities such as clean water, food, and medicine. 2 Thursdays a month @ 7:55 H107
Will to Live ​Mr. Ahmed & Ms. Volpert The Will to Live Foundation is all about creating a safe place for students to talk about issues that they may be facing. We want to focus on preventing teen suicide by improving the lives of teenagers in our school through education about mental health and encouraging them to recognize the love and hope that exists in each other. 7:45 & 3:40​ ​F103
Young Democrats Ms. Estevez To mobilize young people to participate in the electoral process to elect Democrats and advocate for progressive issues Thursday Mornings 7:50 am F101​
Young Republicans Mr. Chiclana We aim to educate our members about current political events and keep sense of  open mindedness while doing so. Tuesdays 3:45-4:45 pm H116​

 

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