2016-17 Clubs


Club Name Club Sponsor Description Meeting Dates / Location
Beta Club Joe Maselli

We promote leadership through service. (10th- 12th grade, 3.5 GPA, 3 teacher recommendations needed to apply.)

Visit our website for further details… allatoonabetaclub.weebly.com or contact

Book Club Mrs. Witte & Mrs. Cochran Students select books of interest to them and read their selections. They come together to discuss them with one another in a casual atmosphere.

Morning Book Club meets every other Wednesday at 7:30 am in the Learning Commons/Library.

Afternoon Book Club meets every other Thursday at 3:40 pm in the Learning Commons/Library.

Diamond Dolls

Amanda Cataldi & Lindsay Kovalsky

Diamond Dolls is a spirit and support organization for the Allatoona High School Varsity Baseball team.  It generates its own revenues through a club fee.  The goal of the Diamond Dolls is to represent the Allatoona High School baseball program in a positive way, help promote the AHS baseball team, and be leaders at Allatoona and the surrounding community

An informational meeting will be held in December/January – Date TBD
Contact amanda.cataldi@cobbk12.org or lindsay.kovalsky@cobbk12.org for more details.

Drama Club Traci Woody-Kemp For more information please email Mrs. Kemp at TRACI.WOODY-KEMP@cobbk12.org or see her in room 2111 For more information please email Mrs. Kemp at TRACI.WOODY-KEMP@cobbk12.org or see her in room 2111
French Club Andrea Gwynn French Club is for students who want to learn and experience more of the French culture outside of the classroom.  Club members do not need to currently be in a French class, they just need to have an affinity for the French culture!  We meet once a month and experience French foods, celebrate French holidays, watch French movies, play games, and go on outings if there are French events going on around the community.  It is a great time of friendship and fellowship as well.  Dues are $20.00 and that includes a t-shirt! 1st Wednesday of every month starting in September in Room 2410.  Please visit my blog and click on French Club to see a list of the upcoming events throughout the year (subject to change).  Please contact andrea.gwynn@cobbk12.org if you have any more questions.
Friend’s Club

Kelly Bramblett
Jamie Vickrey
Colleen Cahal
Andrea Whitley

Developing real and meaningful relationships between students with disabilities and their general education peers

Meeting dates:- TBA
Meeting location- room 2305

Applications can be picked up in room 2305- Applications due on September 19th
Future Health Professionals
Dr. S. Espinoza

Serving future health professionals since 1976, HOSA was created with the idea of providing students opportunities to develop as a leader and a future employee. With over 165,000 members across the nation, it is safe to say that HOSA has met our mission! HOSA creates driven, determined student leaders that are excited about healthcare and all that HOSA has to offer. Above all, HOSA is a tool-a tool vital to the success of students, teachers, and health professionals. HOSA is 100% healthcare and connects all hubs of the healthcare field. One experience ignites another creating a chain reaction between those who teach, learn, and do.

Through the HOSA Competitive Events Program, members can compete in teams or as individuals in over 55 different events related to all aspects of the health care industry. HOSA integrates into the Health Science Technology Education curriculum to develop and recognize smart, dedicated, and passionate future health professionals.

We offer chapter events, community service opportunities, guest speakers, leadership conferences, and most excitingly, competition at the state and international levels.

Member registration:  www.allatoonahosa.org
Remind Messages: remind.com/join/drespino
1st Member Meeting: 8-18-16 at 7:45 AM, in room 1403
Officer Applications: available 8-8 due on 8-12

Other events will be posted on our website, online calendar, and announced on our Remind list.

Hotshotz Dance Team

Club Sponsor - April Taylor

Coach -  Kelly Mattingly

We are a spirit dance team that performs at football and basketball games, pep rallies, and community events.

Auditions are held in April for the following year.

Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays after school until 5:00PM.

For info contact: Allatoonahotshotz@gmail.com
Interact Club Christy Jackson

Description: The Interact Club is a student lead club in conjunction with the North Cobb Rotary Club. The Interact club meets once a month along with a member from the Rotary Club to develop community service projects and ideas. The students earn community service hours while also learning leadership skills, respect for others, personal integrity, and gain an understanding of the importance of community service. The interact club will sponsor at least 2 community service projects per year.

Mission: Learning leadership, helpfulness and advancing goodwill through service activities.
2nd & 4th Friday of the month at 7:45 in Room 2221
Junior Classical League (Latin Club) Mrs. HwangBo The JCL provides a place for Latin students to further explore and celebrate the culture of ancient Rome and Greece.

Regular club meetings: 1st Wednesday of each month @ room 2406

GJCL Fall Forum: Saturday, October 22nd @ Woodstock HS

GJCL State Convention: Friday April 21st – Sunday April 23rd @ Rock Eagle 4H center, Eatonton, GA
Key Club Tina Stanton Key Club is a community service club.  Key Club participates in the Horizon Baseball League in Acworth, Shop with a Buc, Trick or Treat for UNICEF, “It Can Wait”, Dogwood Living in Acworth and Shoebox Giving.

First Meeting: Wed. Aug 24 7:45 Media Center

Every other Wednesday @ 7:45 & 3:30 in the Media Center
Lucky Bucs Andrea Whitley,
Donna Morgan, and
Kelly Sargent
An animal rescue, community service club that provides the animal loving AHS students opportunities to earn volunteer hours helping homeless animals in their community.

Fundraising, guest speakers, community service projects, planning and organizing volunteer opportunities for club members.

Room 2216
Time and Date TBA

See Mrs. Whitley in Room 2215 for more information.

Math Team - Mu Alpha Theta Dr. Monica Doriney Mu Alpha Theta is an organization dedicated to promoting scholarship in mathematics and establishing math as an integral part of high school education.  Mu Alpha Theta is a National Mathematics Honor Society encompassing over 65,000 students in more than 1,400 schools. It is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school students. Please contact monica.doriney@cobbk12.org for more details.
National Honor Society      Charles Ellwood & Sujata Grover        Honor Society emphasizing: Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service      Thursday Morning 7:39 a.m. Room 1219
National Latin Honor Society Mrs. HwangBo The NLHS recognizes & celebrates the academic achievement of Allatoona’s top Latin students. The organization itself provides local community service to the AHS Latin program via tutoring hours to lower level students & academic program development. JCL (Latin club) membership is a national requirement for NLHS members.

Tutoring hours: Room 2406, scheduled individually with Mrs. HwangBo

Induction & Cording Ceremony: TBD, Spring semester
Peer Mediation Kristi Turner and Haley Welch The Peer Mediation program helps to peacefully resolve feuds. Peer Mediators help students define the problem from their point of view and encourage students to identify and express their feelings and needs. Peer Mediators will listen and help their classmates develop, consider, and settle on a suitable solution for bother parties involved. Peer Mediators must complete an application to join the club.

TBA – contact Mrs. Turner or Mrs. Welch at Kristi.Turner@cobbk12.org or Haley.Welch2@cobbk12.org


Robotics Club Melissa Witte The Robotics Club explores the possibilities of robotic engineering, manufacturing, and coding by competing inl robotic events throughout the year, as well as promoting the interest of robotics.  The club is open to any student demonstrating interest. Meetings as 3:40 on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Learning Commons
 SkillsUSA Coach Gaskins / Hal  Funderburk SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. We provide educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education (CTE) in the classrooms.

Meetings Dates – TBD ~ Meeting Location – Room 1404 - contact alvin.gaskins@cobbk12.org or harold.funderburk@cobbk12.org


Spanish Club

Pamela Ruffner
and Yadira Thomas

To develop a better understanding of the Hispanic culture and its people
To encourage and promote further foreign language study
To become more involved in school and community activities

To foster relationships between students of similar interests

Last Wednesday of each month.  Additional meetings will be on morning announcements. 

Meet in room2408

Please contact pamela.ruffner@cobbk12.org or Yadira.thomas@cobbk12.org for more details

Speech and Debate Mrs. Forbes / Mrs. Stumpf We compete in both Individual speaking events (ex. Impromptu, Extemporaneous, Original Oratory, Humorous Interp, etc.) and Debate events (ex. Lincoln Douglas, Public Forum, Policy). We practice speaking and debate skills on Wednesdays and competitions are on Saturdays.  Competitions begin around 7:30 and are ALL DAY events.  We plan to attend 5-7 competitions this year. Wednesdays starting 8/17/16 in rm. 2211

Tri-M Music Honor Society

Mrs. Clark

The Tri-M Music Honor Society® is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) which focuses on creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy. Tri-M® is the only national honor society for student musicians.

Applications will be available in September. For more information, see Mrs. Clark in the Band Room.