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ART CLUB – CARPENTER

A place for art-minded students to get together to create, discuss, and delve into the world of Art by building a strong community of artists here at ERHS. We strive to improve the school community and environment by welcoming and promoting creativity from all students. Whether you create through paint, clay, music, film, graphite, or charcoal, Art Club is a place for you to take chances, make mistakes, and get messy all in the name of art. Wednesdays after school in RM 117 (Schoology Code: XGGH-F2MC-84HVP)

ASL CLUB – MATTSON

ASL Club is for students who want to improve the ASL skills they are developing in class! We practice ASL through activities and games, compete against other ASL programs, and find ways to connect our students with the Deaf community. ERHS also hosts a chapter of the national ASL Honor Society, and helps members locate volunteer opportunities to earn awards. Club members have priority access to events. (Schoology COURSE: MDP6-F5N6-WDJZ4)
Club Meetings = 2nd Wednesday of the month from 3:00-4:15,  Club Officer meetings = 1st Wednesday of the month

AVIATION CLUB – SCHWARTZ

Have you ever wanted to learn how to fly? Well, you have landed on the right club! Join us to explore the world of Aviation by flying in the full motion flight simulator and piloting a drone, activities and more! Our sole mission to introduce and inspire kids in the world of aviation.

ASIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION – O’BRIEN

The Asian American Student Association’s purpose is to promote awareness of Asian and Asian-American cultures, along   with students who are interested in learning more about Asian cultures.

BSU – Frazier & Arceneaux

The Black Student Union (BSU) is an organization dedicated to encouraging cultural diversity at ERHS, with special regard to students of African descent.

Community Service Club (KEY/INTERACT CLUB) – MCMULLAN

We have combined Key & Interact Club to create one of the largest service organizations in our district, striving for “Service above Self”. Come join us as we make an impact in our school and community as we partner with Rotary and Kiwanis. We promise you will have a blast serving while building partnerships with local service organizations. Schoology Join Code: F7B3F-V8XWN

CHESS CLUB – PAUL

A chess club is a club formed for the purpose of playing the game of chess. Chess clubs often provide both informal and tournament games. 

DECA – JAUCH

DECA gives students hands-on experience in the fields of marketing, business, and entrepreneurship. Washington DECA teaches leadership characteristics that mold high school students into character-driven leaders through conferences and competitions. At Emerald Ridge, Business and Marketing students apply their knowledge and skills in a hands-on experience running the student store. Student must have current enrollment in any of the Business and Marketing classes.  See Mr. Jauch for details

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS - EIFORD

The club’s goal is to provide a time and place for students to play D&D games. The purpose is to have a fun environment for making friends and help individuals improve on their game of Dungeons and Dragons. We play games and socialize.

FCCLA - MUEHLENBRUCH

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a club for students who would like to get involved with community service in school and surrounding area. See Mrs. Muehlenbruch for details

FFA- DOEING/DOTSON

FFA is for students interested in leadership, personal growth, and career success through plants, animals, and other agriculture related activities. These students will have opportunities to compete at the local, district and state level. (Must be in Dotson's or Doeing's class to participate in official events)

FRENCH CLUB – FANKHAUSER

The purpose of the French Club is to provide an opportunity for socialization to students with similar interests, and to provide cultural and linguistic enrichment based on the rich history and traditions of France and other French speaking countries.

GERMAN CLUB - CIRHAN

Guten Tag! Are you interested in any and all things German? Come check out German club where we learn about German- speaking culture, play games, listen to music, eat delicious food, and so much more. No German language skills needed; all are welcome. Auf Wiedersehen!

GSA - GORALSKI

We are an openly accepting safe space with a primary focus on LGBTQ+ related issues and advocates for awareness throughout our school. We seek to cooperate with other clubs to expand our group support across campus.

GENEALOGY CLUB - NOLL

The Genealogy Club helps members explore their family trees through the use of free on-line resources and websites. Come learn how publicly available information, family photos, and even DNA can help you learn more about your ancestors and how they helped you become who you are!   Join Schoology Course Code: NB77B-CHXR4    See Mr. Noll for details.

HOSA – Morrison & Start

Health Occupations Students of America is a student led organization dedicated to providing leadership development, motivation, and recognition to students who are interested in the health professions and education. HOSA provides opportunities for a student to make a well-informed career choice among the many health occupations.  Join Schoology Course Code: 8KKN-M46T-8G889 and See Mrs. Crabbe (room 203) for details.  HOSA meets every Tuesday from 3:00-4:00pm in room 203.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES CLUB – MAKUPSON

The purpose of the Indigenous Peoples club is to cultivate community amongst like-minded individuals. This is a space that is safe, open, and inclusive where we will come together for team building activities and conversations.  We will meet every Thursday from 3:00-4:00 pm in room 222.

INTERNATIONAL CLUB – DOTSON

The mission of the school’s International Club is to offer support to our international (exchange) students by helping them develop friendships with each other and other ERHS students. Club meetings include participating in field trips, cultural activities, tasting ethnic foods and celebrating holidays. All students are welcome to participate to get to know our exchange students.

THE JAGWIRE – KOCIAN

The Jagwire is the student voice of Emerald Ridge High School. The digital news source is the best place to seek information in sports, student news or entertainment. The news site is restarting this year, and we are looking for writers and photographers, proofreaders and designers to influence the culture and climate at ER. See Mr. Kocian for details

JAGCREW – CIRHAN

Jag Crew is “essential”! Jag Crew is an amazing group of spirited and helpful students that apply and are selected in May of the previous year. Our current sophomores and juniors are welcome to apply in the spring of this school year. Jag Crew candidates come from these two class years.   See Mr. Cirhan for details

LOS JAGUARES – BRINKER

Hispanic music group that plays Mexican genres to expand the understanding of Hispanic Culture and increase the diversity of the ERHS music department.

MATH CLUB – PAUL

Math Club provides an opportunity for students to challenge themselves in the area of mathematics. Students will experience fun and challenging math problems that promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students in the Math Club participate in math competitions (Regionals and State) if they qualify.  See Mr. Paul for details

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY – BARRY

National Honor Society creates an enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulates a desire to render service, promotes worthy leadership, and encourages the development of character in the students of ERHS. Students must have the following: 3.5 GPA, Participation in one activity of value to school or community the recommendation of two teachers Students must also maintain a 3.5 GPA.  See Ms. Barry for details

PACIFIC ISLANDER CLUB – MAKUPSON

The goal of PIC is for members to leave each meeting with new knowledge, whether through enjoyable activities or serious discussions, about the history and culture of Pacific Islanders.

ROBOTICS CLUB – STACEY

The Jagbots compete in F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics. We provide students the opportunity to learn about and develop skills in engineering (mechanical and electrical), pneumatics, programming, web design, leadership, fundraising, teambuilding, business development and presentation.

SCIENCE CLUB – PASQUIER

Expand your awareness of science through camaraderie and competitions (Science Bowl) within our community.

SPEECH & DEBATE - DOTSON

The mission of Speech and Debate is to teach and empower students to hold well-reasoned debates with their peers; to provide a platform for students to compete in a competitive environment (optional); and to improve student critical thinking and confidence in public speaking. Students will have the opportunity to learn how to give better presentations, how to build up and break down arguments, and learn how to write passionate and powerful speeches/performances. Meetings are Mondays from 3:00-5:15 in Portable 7.

TSA – HILL

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is the only student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in technology. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more. The diversity of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student from engineers to business managers. Together, members work on competitive events, attend conferences on the state and national levels and have a good time raising funds to get there.

SPANISH CLUB- CONNOR

The purpose of the Spanish Club is to foster interest in the Hispanic culture and to provide an opportunity to learn more about Hispanic Culture by participating in various fun activities. The code to join the Spanish Club Schoology Group: G3P5-DHDK-C6XHV See Mrs. Connor in Room 209 with questions!

 

 *Any students who like to start a new club can see Mrs. McMullan in the Career Center*