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American Sign Language

ASL Club offers the opportunity to learn sign language. You do not have to know sign language to join the club. Each member will learn the alphabet and welcome phrases so you can communicate with someone who cannot hear. Come join us and learn how to talk with your hands!

For information contact Sara Welshimer.

Book Club

This group meets once a month, as well as attends special events. Events attended in the past include the Texas Teen 4 Libraries Conference, Teen Book Con, a John Green book signing and service projects at Brookwood Community Center. They also enjoy meeting up for book-to-movie releases at the movie theaters.

For information contact Hannah Bailey.

Comedy Sportz

For information contact Bobby Linhart.

Fashion Club

For information contact Karen Diven.

Gen Now Club

Generation Now offers students the chance to learn political issues through discussion and debate. We also seek to promote conservative Republican and Christian values. With that said, Gen Now welcomes all students of any political ideology. Members will also learn firsthand of the workings of the government from guest speakers and elected officials. Gen Now also encourages participation in the political process through volunteer opportunities. In short, Gen Now fosters the growth of student leadership thereby grooming future leaders who can help guide and shape our community.

For information contact Pam McClendon.

International Club

The Diversity Club meets once a month on Thursdays during lunch. This club is dedicated to promoting diverse life on campus and educating its members about the diverse cultures in the world. We organize and execute the International Day Festival, April 15, and put on events to celebrate multiculturalism on campus.

For information contact Sam Mendizabal.

International Thespian Society

For information contact Bobby Linhart.

Ladies Through Christ

For information contact Leslie Arnold or Jaclyn Rusk.

Mandarin Club

For information contact Grace Chang.

Math Club

The Math Club meets on Thursdays from 6:00pm – 7:30pm. Based on member interest activities can include watching math movies, practicing problem solving, preparing for math competitions and exploring computer programming. In the past, students have competed in mathematics competitions at Texas A&M and the University of Houston.

For information contact Joe Mellor.

Model United Nations

Do you like to role play? Are you interested in debating, writing, public speaking, teamwork or leadership? Model UN could be for you. Check out What is Model United Nations? and find out. 

For information contact Christine Metoyer.

National Honor Society

The four pillars of NHS are Scholarship, Character, Service and Leadership. To be a candidate for membership, students must have an overall weighted GPA of 93 and be invited to pursue membership. This process occurs in January, for Sophomores and Juniors, and in September for Juniors and Seniors. NHS meetings occur the first Wednesday of each month during lunch.

NHS tutors in the Peer Assisted Learning Center (PAL) and volunteers for Adopt-a-Library, Champions Community Center and Graduation.

For information contact Egypt Armstrong or Kathleen Coussens-Flores.

Robotics Club

Do you know students interested in engineering? Do they like working with their hands? What about computer programming or gaming? Do they like speaking in front of people or performing? If you know students that this describes, then Robotics Club could be for them. We would love to have any and all interested come and learn more.

Questions, please contact Michelle Vaughn or Tong Utakrit.

Rock Climbing

For information contact Ryan Klasen.

Student Council

Student Council is comprised of elected Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior officers. We organize and execute various projects around the school from homecoming and talent shows to volleyball tournaments and service projects. Student Council meets every Tuesday at lunch. Please check out our web page under Student Life - Student Council.

For information contact Christine Metoyer or Tong Utakrit

Theology Club

This is a club for students who want to dive deeper into the complex issues raised by the tension of living in but not of the world. It is a place that primarily seeks discussion, not consensus. Theology Club provides a safe space to come with questions, curiosity, and a willingness to hear different perspectives within the Christian community of faith.

For information contact Michelle Mikeska.

YoungLife

Are you wondering how you can have the best Monday night of your week EVERY week?! Well wonder no more because Young Life is the place for you. Come to Young Life club in the dining commons Monday nights at 7:47pm. All students are welcome so bring a friend, make a friend, and don't miss out!

Contact Hayden Pottkotter or Mike Maddry for more information.

 

 

 

 

'I had a group I ate lunch with called the "Lunch Bunch," which met in Mr. Lister's classroom. Mr. Lister liked to call us "the vultures." Mr. Lister was always available after school for discussion and has been a source of wisdom and advice in my important decisions and biblical questions. He constantly encouraged me to read the Word daily and research my questions to ensure I had the right conclusion and thought process. I learned the value of questioning and striving to be a lifelong learner. I hope to carry the wisdom of Mr. Lister into college and the years after."

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Remy Garfield

 

 

"My favorite aspect of HC was the opportunity to be so involved my senior year. I was the co-captain of the cheerleading squad, Student Council public relations officer, a Student Ambassador, a D-group leader, member of the Passport to Lead program, and a member of the Diversity Club. HC has taught me to always strive for what I want and never stop trying."

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