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Club Application Information

ClubSponsorRoomMeetingBrief Description
Art National Honors SocietyMs. Bolden328TBATo create art that benefits the community and the participants.
Badminton ClubMs. CorleyStudent Services2nd and 4th Tues 3:30pm-5:00pmFor student to actively engaged in extracurricular sport and further progress their badminton skills. Playing badminton regularly can help boost up muscle strength and improves physical health. This will be the place where students play among and against each other to further improve their badminton techniques.
Baking ClubMs. RamosWe want to teach students how to bake and how to have fun while doing it. No matter what skill level they are, they will get something useful out of our club.
Beychad- Jewish Student Union***Mrs. McWee702TBAClub to celebrate Jewish culture, heritage and values while fostering connections among students.
Chess Improvement and Appreciation Club***Mr. Dotson and Mr. Taube332TBATo promote the appreciation and study of chess.
Dance TeamMrs. AndradeOrange CommonsSchedule was released to membersThe dance team performs at school events (some community events) and at home basketball games. Dancers are selected after a tryout process at the beginning of the school year.
Ecology/Fishing ClubMr. Koslin323A student group focused on understanding environmental science, promoting sustainability, protecting ecology, and preserving the ocean.
English NHSMrs. SchulaskiMedia2nd Mon at 7:50am 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.
Future Business Leaders of AmericaMs. Kaelin

FBLA District 10 Bylaws
3153rd Thu at 7:45amFBLA, 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.
Future Entrepreneurs of America***Mr. Lee746TBATo prepare students for postsecondary education in Business Management and Business Entrepreneurship.
Game Club***Mr. Dotson332Thur 3-5To 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.
HOSAMrs. Bruegger & Mrs. CampbellMedia1st Thu at 7:45amHOSA 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.
InteractMrs. McWee7021st and 3rd Mon at 7:40amInteract club is a service club for students to communicate with the community through volunteer work providing support and guidance
International Taste ClubMs. Hoskins7222nd Friday at 2:55pmThe International Tastes Club aims to provide members with a diverse selection of food and snacks from around the world, allowing them to experience and enjoy unique flavors and culinary traditions from different cultures each month.
Leo ClubMrs. Schulaski, Mrs. Leavey and Mrs. BlankenshipMedia1st Fri at 7:45amLeo Club is a nationally recognized service club that allows students to learn leadership skills while earning volunteer hours in the community and participate in fund raising for those in need. Leo Club requires an application & National dues
Model United NationsMrs. Martanovic & Mrs. DanielMedia1st and 3rd Thu at 3:00pmThis club exists to provide an immersive experience for students about the work of the UN and participate in mock debate and negotiation.
National Honor SocietyMs. CrabtreeGymOfficers: 1st Wed
General: 2nd Wed
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.
Odyssey of the MindMs. CrabtreeMediaTBDOdyssey of the Mind teaches students how to develop and use their natural creativity to become problem-solvers.
Pickleball Club***Mr. BurdickOutside CourtsTBAPickleball Enthusiasts gathering to participate in fun competition.
Robotics and Engineering Club***Mr. Schott716TBAClub to create a friendly environment to learn more about robotics and engineering.
SADDCpl. Greene & Mrs. LawlessMedia2nd Tue at 7:50amSADD's mission is to empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them daily.
Science NHSMr. Koslin323This group exists to promote advanced science studies as well as participation in the science and technology fair
Social Inclusion (Ranch Hands)Mr. Durand & Mrs. Comito304Last Wed at 7:50amWe are a social inclusion club that aids in helping students with social emotional integration, through a peering mentor system. Applications in room 130
Social Studies NHS - Rho KappaMrs. HamptonMedia3rd Fri at 7:40amRho Kappa is for those students with a love of history and 2 years of social studies credits. We prepare for the history festival in the spring and partake in community service.
Spanish NHSMr. Orrego &. Mrs. Orrego5024th Wed 7:45amSNHS students must have a 3.5 unweighted GPA in every Spanish class and an overall 3.0 unweighted GPA.
Speech & DebateDr. Swenson Media2nd Fri 7:45amThe mission of the Speech & Debate Club is to provide the educational resources, competitive opportunities, and expertise necessary to foster student’s communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creative skills.
Student CouncilMrs. Besack7212nd and 4th Thu: Whole group
1st and 3rd Thu: Classes
Student Council exists to represent the classes in matters of student affairs and in student spirit issues.
Teen CourtMr. DalsonWest Pasco Government CenterTo engage students in the procedural pross of judicial administration. Students are given a chance to participate in live juvenile legal proceedings and play an active role in the administration of justice.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes***Mrs. Lee crlee@pasco.k12.fl.usGym7:45am in the Gym

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a student led religious based club. You do not have to be an athlete to join. We partner with a local church for community service events and youth pastors come in to speak to club members. No application needed, all are welcome.
The Hoofbeat NewspaperMrs. Gigantelli744The Hoofbeat WebsiteThe Hoofbeat is a co-curricular class/club and meets during first period. Sign up on your course card and pick up an application in Room 744.
The Stampede YearbookMrs. McNulty517The Stampede websiteThe Stampede is a co-curricular class/club and meets during third and fifth period. Sign up on your course card and pick up an application in Room 517.
Women in STEM***Mrs. Campbell720TBATo promote equality in STEM, specifically for High School females.
Wrestling Club***Loguidice
Text 727-267-8679 for more information
Wrestling RoomM W and F 3-6 PMWrestling club teaches the basics of wrestling. The club runs when FHSAA wrestling is not in season.
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Mr. Vanno330Tuesday @ 7:50amYouthBeats' mission is to empower the youth of today one word, one voice, one beat at a time. To do this YouthBeats plans to offer a number of opportunities for students at JWMHS and the community to be heard through writing, spoken word, etc. By offering many opportunities to be published in the school magazines, perform at poetry readings, write and workshop with club members, or even submit to writing contests, YouthBeats hopes to continue its ongoing mission to allow all voices from all walks of life to be heard and accepted, regardless of any outside, socially/politically/economically-drive forces.

All listed clubs are district sponsored clubs unless denoted by ***.