All Cobb County schools will resume classes on Tuesday, December 12, on a normal schedule.

 

Alphabetical List of Clubs and Organization Information

 

ACADEMIC TEAM Advisors: A. Minguela
Mission To have a highly competitive team in an intellectual framework.
Activities Students participate in 4 to 6 all-day meets on Saturdays. Practices throughout the year. Host one meet a year. All members must work the hosted meet.
Members Try outs
Meetings Wednesday afternoons

ASL CLUB (American Sign Language) Advisors: E. Hamilton, A. Martin
Mission To teach sign language.
Activities Fundraising, volunteering, performing, attending deaf events, hosting deaf awareness month, participating in ASL Honor Society and more.
Members Open to all students.
Meetings Meets every other Tuesday from 3:30-4:30 pm

ANNUAL STAFF (Equus) Advisors: H. Hoover
Mission Students and teachers create and produce the annual (yearbook) and sell it throughout the year. Annual is an elective class that meets every day. The students encompass what happens at the mountain on a daily basis.
Activities Students create and produce the yearbook by taking pictures, interviewing and collaborating with students and staff.
Members Sophomores-Seniors may apply.
Meetings Co-curricular, meets in class and when needed before and after school.  

ART CLUB Advisors: L. Davis
Mission The art club is dedicated to preserving and celebrating extra curricular art activities for art students and those students who may be interested in art but not enrolled in an art class.
Activities KMHS Art Support: creating large scale projects/ decorations for various community and local dances and events, painting murals for different departments of KMHS, and meeting for art making/social gatherings between projects
Members Anyone interested in Art
Meetings Meetings are announced via Remind App
Website

BETA CLUB
(11th-12th)
Advisors: M. Woodall
Mission The purpose of the National Beta Club shall be to promote the ideals of character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.
Activities Service projects are required to maintain in the club.
Members Juniors and seniors are invited to join who have a 3.5 GPA, meet attendance and behavior requirements, and three teacher recommendations
Meetings Meets 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:45 am in the Chorus Room.
Website

BOARD GAME CLUB Advisors: M. Cotton, R. Webber
Mission To build a fun and educational environment. Board Game Club is about developing good interpersonal relationships, teamwork, and strategic thinking among students.
Activities Play board games in a safe environment. Volunteer our time and efforts to improve our local community.
Members 3 executive officers, 15 members.
Meetings Members meet every other Wednesday afternoon.

CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN CLUB Advisors: C. Cannon
Mission The Catholic Christian Club is dedicated to serving Christ by bringing the fullness of the Catholic faith to teens and offering opportunities to grow spiritually.
Activities Scripture Study, Prayer, The Rosary, Reconciliation Service, Ash Wednesday Service, and Acts of Service
Members Open to all students.
Meetings Meets Thursday mornings 7:30-8:00 am in Mrs. Cannon's room

CHICK-FIL-A LEADERSHIP ACADEMY Advisors: K. Johnson, B. Richardson
Mission To develop leadership skills through school and community service.
Activities Leader Academy Kick-off, school service projects such as the organizing the International Festival, and community service projects such as packaging meals for needy families in our community.
Members New memberships open to all freshman.
Meetings Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 in Room 216.

CHORUS Advisors: P. Jacobson
Mission  
Activities
Members  
Meetings  

CLASS OF 2018 Advisors: J. Oliveira
Mission The senior representatives and officers play a vital part of Mane Link, the school’s student government organization.
Activities Fundraising. Homecoming, and decisions that impact the class.
Members 4 officers, 10 senators, 33 representatives
Meetings Officer meetings every Monday morning, Class meetings every Thursday

 

CLASS OF 2019 Advisors: R. Kienel, M. Payne
Mission The junior representatives and officers play a vital part of Mane Link, the school’s student government organization.
Activities Fundraising. homecoming, and decisions that impact the class.
Members 4 officers, 10 senators, 33 representatives 
Meetings Officer meetings every Monday morning, Class meetings every Thursday

 

CLASS OF 2020 Advisors: C. Goldstein, V. Wolfe
Mission The sophomore representatives and officers play a vital part of Mane Link, the school’s student government organization.
Activities Class events, graduation, fundraising, homecoming, and decisions that impact the class.
Members 4 officers, 10 senators, 33 representatives 
Meetings Officer meetings every Monday morning, Class meetings every Thursday

 

CLASS OF 2021 Advisors: G. DeWitte
Mission The freshman representatives and officers play a vital part of Mane Link, the school’s student government organization.
Activities Fundraising. homecoming, and decisions that impact the class.
Members All class members are invited to participate.
Meetings Officer meetings every Monday morning, Class meetings every Thursday

 

COLOR GUARD Advisors: M. Huebner
Mission They strive to enhance the Band Performances as a visual ensemble.
Activities Perform with the band during the fall football season.
Members All may tryout
Meetings Everyday
Website

 

CONCERT BAND Advisors: M. Huebner
Mission To educate individuality, and as an ensemble, music adapted to each child's ability, interest, and potential levels of achievement. To promote and present advanced high-school and college-level literature for students potentially majoring in music.
Activities Community band festival, daily classroom rehearsals, school activities and pep rallies.
Members By audition only
Meetings Daily rehearsals, occasional after-school rehearsals.
Website

 

DEAF ACADEMIC BOWL Advisors: Not active at this time
Mission Deaf Academic Bowl encourages students to gain knowledge in all subject areas, as well as Deaf culture and current events. The competition is sponsored by Gallaudet University, promoting academic excellence in team events with the ultimate goal of winning the competition.
Activities Weekly practices, fund-raising, and an annual field trip to the southeast region's Gallaudet Academic Bowl competition.
Members KMHS Deaf and Hard of Hearing students; tryouts.
Meetings Currently Inactive

 

DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) Advisors: A. Fiechtl
Mission DECA is a Co-curricular national high school program designed to prepare future leaders in the career clusters of business administration and management; entrepreneurship; finance; marketing, sales and service; and hospitality and tourism
Activities Regional, state, and international competitions.  Planning, organizing, and managing  entrepreneurial projects including the school store.
Members Open to all students.
Meetings Room 218 the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 3:30 pm

 

DRAMA CLUB Advisors: C. Dunn, B. Morris
Mission To strive to  build camaraderie and fellowship among the students who are interested in dramatic activities. 
Activities Improvisation games, guest performers, performances of special scenes from drama classes and workshops
Members Open to all students who love acting, working behind the scenes, or watching a great play.
Meetings Thursday 3:30 – 5PM  **see Mr. Dunn for calendar of meetings and events

 

EQUALITY FOR ALL CLUB Advisors: T. Monroe, R. Adams
Mission To develop proficiency and promote excellence in making students and faculty aware of multicultural issues through peer mediation and dialogue.

The purpose of the “Equality for All” Club is to increase student achievement by providing an intentional safe environment to create cultural awareness that will build bridges and connect students and faculty across their differences.
Activities  
Members Membership is for all students from Kennesaw Mountain High School regardless of their race, religion, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, and national or ethnic origin.
Meetings Fridays from 3:30-4:00 pm in Room 624
Website

 

EQUINE CLUB Advisors: T. Washington, L. Dahlquist (student)
Mission The purpose of the Equine Club is to educate and bring further knowledge about horses to students at KMHS.
Activities This will be accomplished by learning about the care of horses through a variety of methods including club meetings and hands on activities at a local horse rescue center.
Members Open to all students
Meetings Monthly
Email

 

ESPORTS CLUB Advisors: R. Adams
Mission To provide an environment to train and level up your skills in various competitive video games, and to encourage teamwork and self-improvement through competitive gaming.
Activities Weekly training and occasional tournaments in games such as Super Smash Bros, Street Fighter, and Halo
Members Tryouts are held to determine skill and dedication of the applicant.
Meetings Every Wednesday at 3:30pm in Mr. Adams’ room.

 

FANDOM CLUB Advisors: G. DeWitte
Mission Fandom Club is dedicated to bringing KMHS students together through a shared interest in various fandoms / subcultures. We explore, but are not limited to, anime, art, graphic arts and art programs, and  illustrations. We invite anyone interested to come and join us in sharing our common interest. 
Activities Weekly meetings
Members Open to everyone
Meetings Wednesday after school 3:35 – 4:15 in room 303

 

FCA Advisors: J. Whitaker
Mission To promote Christian fellowship through worship, fellowship, and team building.
Activities Community service, team building, character education mentors.
Members Open to all students and staff members.
Meetings Every Friday morning at 7:15am.

 

FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Advisors: S. Rutledge
Mission To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.
Activities Community service projects, school service projects, personal and professional development activities
Members Open to all past and present students of Family and Consumer Science Classes
Meetings Second Wednesday of every month

 

FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisors: C. Arnett
Mission To honor high achieving students in French III and beyond while promoting the study of French and Francophone countries.
Activities Students will experience French culture by watching French films and enjoying French delicacies.
Members Students are selected for membership at the completion of French III. To be eligible, a student must have at least an "A-" average (B- honors) for all Spanish courses, at least a 3.5 overall GPA. Yearly dues are $25 per student.
Meetings Monthly -TBA

 

FRIENDS CLUB Advisors: V. Hendricks
Mission To provide general and special education students opportunities to socialize as a group at KMHS. The goal of Friends Club is to create an environment in which general education students and special education students have opportunities to develop friendships. Further, it gives the students in special education a chance to have a friend in the hallways, cafeteria, and around school.
Activities Seasonal celebrations and social events
Members Any student grade 9-12
Meetings Once a month before or after school in room 227

 

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Advisors: Not active at this time
Mission The FBLA mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Activities Regional, state, and national competitions.
Members Open to all students.
Meetings  

 

FUTURE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS Advisors: J. Jezequel
Mission To educate and inform those who have a proclivity in the fields of health care and medicinal sciences.
Activities Anatomical lessons, dissections, community service, learning to use medical equipment.
Members Any interested student.
Meetings Once or twice a month; meeting times will be announced on door of room 626. See Dr. J to be added to email/text distribution list.

 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Advisors: M. Avita-Freeman, N. Jaquish,
B. Muller, A. Wood
Mission HFH seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
Activities Fundraising and participating in building houses.
Members Open to all students and staff members.
Meetings Meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at 3:30pm in room 625.

 

HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association) Advisors: S. Manahan
Mission To recruit and retain qualified students to the health professions and provide personal, career and leadership development opportunities to be academic, college and career ready.
Activities  
Members Open to anyone interested in health/medical professions can join.
Meetings  

 

HOPE (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education) Advisors: A. Minguela, E. Smart
Mission To increase the graduation rate among Hispanic High School students through leadership, education and community service. HOPE wants to see Hispanic youth graduate from high school, unleash their potential and leave a lasting legacy for generations to follow.
Activities Innovative workshops, college resources, special events, service opportunities, and other HOPE functions.
Members All students welcome
Meetings Check with co-sponsors in rooms 226 & 222 for monthly meeting times.
Website

 

INTERACT Advisors:
Mission The program gives young people an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends.  Interact clubs are a part of the Rotary Club.
Activities Each Interact club must perform at least two service projects a year — one that benefits the school or community and one that furthers international understanding.
Members Open to all 14-18 year old students
Meetings Meets every other Tuesday morning from 7:45-8:15 in room 220

 

INTERNATIONAL CLUB
/FRENCH CLUB
Advisors: C. Arnett, D. Lionetti, J. Suarez
Mission To provide all students the opportunity to learn about other cultures and to meet students from a variety of countries.
Activities Speakers, foreign movies, students presentations on other cultures and countries.
Members Open to all students.
Meetings Meets the second Thursday of every month at 3:40pm in Room 225.

 

JCL (Junior
Classical League)
Advisors: R. Webber
Mission JCL is designed to promote fellowship among national students of Latin and Greek.  Co-Curricular.
Activities Conventions and competitions
Members Open to all students.  Recommended that the student be enrolled in a Latin class.
Meetings Check board in 200 Commons for meeting times and other announcments.

 

KENNESAW CITY YOUTH COUNCIL Advisors:
Mission To advise the City of Kennesaw on issues that effect our youth.
Activities Community service, visits to the Ga. Assembly, debates, organize the Battle of the Bands.
Members Open to all students to apply
Meetings  

 

KEY CLUB Advisors: R. Gammill, T. Richardson
Mission To develop competent, capable, and caring leaders through the vehicle of service. Key Club is part of the Golden Kiwanis Club.
Activities Service projects that benefit the community and/or the school. Students organize book, clothing, and food drives, and also participate in various community service activities such as volunteering at McKenna Farms, working with Horizon baseball participants, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, and spending time with nursing home residents.
Members Open to all students.
Meetings Every Tuesday before school in Room 607
Website

 

K-SIDE KANINES Advisors: R. Sykes
Mission An animal rescue, community service club that provides the animal loving KMHS students opportunities to earn volunteer hours helping homeless animals in their community.
Activities Fundraising, guest speakers, community service projects, planning and organizing volunteer opportunities for club members.
Members Open to all KMHS
Meetings Every other Tuesday 3:30-4:30 in room 502

 

LITERARY TEAM Advisors: C. Dunn, P. Jacobson
Mission To promote excellence in individual and team events of essay, dramatic interpretation, extemporaneous speaking, vocal solo, girl’s trio, and boy's quartet. 
Activities Local, regional, and state competitions
Region Champs: 2004-2014
State Champs: 2005, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Members Students may audition
Meetings  

 

MANE LINK Advisors: B. Richardson
Mission To build a positive school climate.  Student council is a teaching opportunity involving young people developing commitments to citizenship, scholarship, leadership, human relationships, cultural values, and character.
Activities Plan, organize, manage Homecoming week, Miss Equus, Mustang Ways, Honors (vision quest) program, Honors Day, Special Ed dance, Shop with a Mustang,  Character Education program, and Relay for Life.  These are some of the activities Mane Link oversees to promote a positive school climate. 
Members 26 executive officers, 30 senators, and 150 representatives
Meetings Executive Board every Friday afternoon. Mane Link officers/senators every Monday morning.  All Mane Link members first Monday of each month.  
Website

 

MARCHING BAND Advisors: M. Huebner
Mission A Commitment to Excellence and Innovation
Activities Regional and national competitions, community parades and events, KMHS football games and pep rallies.
Members Open to all students grades 9-12 who demonstrate a positive attitude, strong work ethic and love of performance
Meetings After school rehearsals Tuesday and Thursday 4:00-7:30, some Saturday rehearsals.
Website

 

V MATH TEAM Advisors: S. Morlan
Mission To promote excellence in mathematics
Activities Local and regional competitions 
Members Open to all students
Meetings Every Monday at 3:30pm
Website

 

JV MATH TEAM Advisors: C. Cannon
Mission To promote excellence in mathematics
Activities Local and regional competitions 
Members Open to all students
Meetings Every Monday at 3:30pm
Website

 

MEN AND WOMEN
OF DISTINCTION
Advisors: D. H. Mitchell
Mission The purpose of Men and Women of Distinction is to teach, encourage, and challenge students to display distinction in all aspects of their lives by focusing on five pillars: Education, Community, Leadership and Communication, Financial Empowerment, and The Adult I am becoming. Our mission is to produce successful well-rounded students by providing support as they work to attain their academic and career goals.
Activities Discussion panels, community service projects, cultural diversity programs, and various programs that support the club’s five pillars
Members Open to all students
Meetings Room 530 every other Thursday at 7:30am

 

MOCK TRIAL Advisors: B. Hinson
Mission To study and compete in the legal profession
Activities Local, regional, and state competitions
Members Open to all students
Meetings Season typically begins in October with a regional competition the following January or February

 

MODEL U.N. Advisors: T. Dahlberg IV
Mission In Model United Nations, we shall study the social, political, and economic issues of the world. We shall raise awareness of major issues within our community and represent our countries with respect and dignity.
Activities Participate in conferences for awards. Debate, talk, socialize, and make connections.
Members Open for all students to apply.
Meetings Every Thursday at 7:30am in Room 210.
 

 

MU ALPHA THETA Advisors: M. Cotton
Mission Also known as Mathematics Honor Society. Nationally recognized sevice based math enthusiast club.
Activities Mathematics tutoring, playing math/strategy related board games, various service opportunities.
Members Anyone interested in math and that has successfully completed an algebra and geometry class and has a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Meetings Friday mornings and Wednesdays after school. Specific dates TBA.

 

THE MUSTANG MESSENGER (school online and print newspaper) Advisers: D. Aughey
Mission To seek the truth and do no harm while representing the student voice in journalism at KMHS.
Activities We publish news, sports, entertainment, student life, and opinion articles, photo articles, and videos online and produce one edition of the printed version of the paper each semester.
Members Anyone can join. Editors supervise a section or writing team. Reporters take stories required or requested to be covered. Free Lance writers submit stores of interest. Dues are $20 which includes a tee shirt.
Meetings Wednesday, after school from 3:45-4:45 in room 314. When we are close to a print deadline, we call additional meetings. We also meet in room 310 computer lab.

 

MUSTANG NJROTC Advisors: R. Calderon, P. Pascoe
Mission To instill in students in United States secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment. HONOR, COURAGE, COMMITMENT
Activities Academic Team, Athletic Team, Drill Teams, Orienteering Team, Rifle Team. Regional, state, and national competitions.
Members Open to all ROTC students
Meetings Varies by Team
Website

 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisors: K. Kline, S. Morlan
Mission 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.
Activities Service projects are required to maintain membership.
Members Membership in local chapters is an honor bestowed upon a student. Selection for membership is by a Faculty Council and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Once selected, members have the responsibility to continue to demonstrate these qualities. Applications will be available the end of January and will be due the end of February.  Submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance. Students must maintain a 3.75 GPA for membership.
Meetings 2nd Wednesday each month at 7:40 am in room 905
Website

 

NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisors: S. Manahan
Mission To honor student achievement and leadership, promote educational excellence, and enhance career opportunities. To be the leader in providing recognition for excellence in career and technical education and creating significant occupational opportunities for America's top workforce education students.
Activities Service projects are required to maintain membership.
Members Membership in local chapter is an honor bestowed upon a student. Selection for membership is by a Faculty Council and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Once selected, members have the responsibility to continue to demonstrate these qualities. Applications available August-February in room 326, and submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance. At graduation, students must have a 3.0 GPA, and have completed a CTAE Pathway(3 courses) or taken 4 CTAE courses of their choice to receive the seal on their diploma.
Meetings  
Website

 

OCTOGON CLUB Advisors: C. Arnett, B. Misel
Mission Octagon Club is a service organization affiliated with the Optimist International Club. It is involved with a variety of community outreach programs. Projects of high priority are mentoring middle and elementary school students, helping to meet the needs of the YMCA's Battered Women's Shelter, and assisting families who have children with cancer. Each year the Optimist Club awards scholarships to deserving seniors who have been active in the Octagon Club.
Activities Students participate such as marching in the holiday parade, Diapers for the Defenseless, making Valentine’s for senior citizens, and many more. 
Members Open to all students.
Meetings 2nd Wednesday afternoon of each month.

 

ORCHESTRA Advisors: J. Schroter
Mission  
Activities
Members  
Meetings  

 

POND CLUB Advisors: B. Wright
Mission To improve appearance of KM pond in courtyard by restoring the pond into a functional, well running ecosystem which will enable a variety of wild life to support each other.
Activities Cleaning pond and pond area. Replacing broken/torn parts. Maintain
well-balanced chemical levels to support plants, fish and other aquatic life.
Members Anyone interested in the beautification of the courtyard and pond.
Meetings Every Wednesday, weather permitting.

 

PROGRAMMING CLUB Advisors: S. Manahan
Mission To allow students with similar interests to gather to foster creativity and learning and to provide students with the resources to program. The club will also allow students who are not able to sign up for programming or computer science related classes to learn from others with previous experience and others who are currently taking on of the classes.
Activities  Programming lessons and competitions, guest speakers, AP Computer Science Exam Review
Members Anyone interested in programming
Meetings Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month after school in Room 326

 

PROM COMMITTEE Advisors: S. Gilliam, L. Larimer, B. Muller
Mission To plan, organize, and manage prom events
Activities Prom
Members Open to Juniors and Seniors (Also open to those students who "should" be juniors)
Meetings  

 

QUILL AND SCROLL (journalism and writing honor society) Advisers: D. Aughey
Mission To represent excellence in student publications and media.
Activities Members perform service hours in journalism and media related endeavors.
Members Students who are qualify can submit an application. New members are tapped for membership annually and will represent the school. Dues are a one-time charge $25 which includes membership to Quill and Scroll International, the magazine, and a membership pin. Students remain members into their college years. Tee shirts and graduation cords are extra.
Meetings As needed

 

ROBOTICS Advisors: R. Adams
Mission Devotion to increasing students’ knowledge of robotics and engineering, creating a teamwork environment, involving the community, promoting leadership skills, and having fun. 
Activities Build robots to compete in regional and state competitions, sponsor a Middle School Robotics exploration day.
Members Open to all students
Meetings  
Website

 

SCIENCE CLUB Advisors: Science Teachers
Mission To promote environmental awareness and encourage a desire to expand scientific knowledge through personal experience. The chief goal for students involved in the Kennesaw Mountain High School Science Club should be to cultivate an appreciation for science, technology and scientific responsibility. This will be achieved through research, community service, and preparation for and competition in, Science Bowl and Science Olympiad competitions.  
Activities Community Service
Spreading Science Awareness
City of Kennesaw Adopt-A-Mile
Pond Club (Wright)
Academic Science Bowl (Ingle and Wood)
Academic Science Olympiad (Jessup, Wright, and Vaillancourt)
Members Open to all students who want to actively participate in learning more about science!
Meetings

General meetings in room 504. Please email Mrs. Wood (angela.wood@cobbk12.org) to receive Edmodo Science Club group join code.

 

SKILLS USA Advisors: C. Holbrook, R. Pool
Mission Skills USA is a co-curricular program that provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work: high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education, and pride in the dignity of work.
Activities Regional, state, and national competitions.
Members Open to all students
Meetings  

 

SOURCES OF STRENGTH Advisors: M. Loyd, C. Garcia, B. Miller, and R. Webber
Mission The mission of Sources of Strength is to prevent suicide by increasing help seeking behaviors and promoting connections between peers and caring adults. Sources of Strength moves beyond a singular focus on risk factors by utilizing an upstream approach for youth suicide prevention. This upstream model strengthens multiple sources of support (protective factors) around young individuals when times get hard.

Vision- We believe that many strengths are more powerful than one, and our united goal is to activate and mobilize these strengths in ways that positively change individuals and communities.
Activities With support from the advisors, the peer leaders conduct well-defined messaging activities intended to change peer group norms influencing coping practices and problem behaviors.
Members Each year members are nominated by the teachers in the building. Advisors then call students in to discuss the program and give a formal invitation to join SOS. There is a small membership fee that covers training and a T-Shirt.
Meetings Every 1st and 3rd Thursday morning in the Counseling Office Career Center.
* Meeting time, day, and location subject to change.

Join our remind- text @ KMHSSOS to 81010

 

SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisors: L. Cepero
Mission To honor high achieving students in Spanish III and beyond.
Activities Several fundraisers, host cultural days for other departments, After School Program (ASP) lessons for Hayes and Frey Elementary Schools, and dinners at authentic restaurants
Members Students are selected for membership at the completion of Spanish III. To be eligible, a student must have at least an "A-" average (B- honors) for all Spanish courses, at least a 3.5 overall GPA. Yearly dues are $12 per student
Meetings  

 

SPEECH CLUB Advisors: K. Ingle
Mission To provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Activities 7:30 am Call to Order and Attendance
7:35 am Table Topics
7:40 am Scheduled Speeches
8:00 am Evaluations
8:10 am Meeting Adjourned
Members Open to all students interested in public speaking.
Meetings Every other Wednesday in the 300 commons area conference room. Please email Dr. Ingle (kelly.ingle@cobk12.org) to receive Edmodo Speech Club group join code.

 

SYMPHONIC BAND Advisors: M. Huebner
Mission To educate individuality, and as an ensemble, music adapted to each child's ability, interest, and potential levels of achievement. To promote and present advanced high-school and college-level literature for students potentially majoring in music.
Activities National concert band clinics and festivals, community band festival, daily classroom rehearsals, school activities and pep rallies.
Members By audition only
Meetings Daily rehearsals, occasional after-school rehearsals
Website

 

TABLE TENNIS CLUB Advisors: K. Younker
Mission TTC is dedicated to bringing KMHS students together through a shared interest of table tennis. We invite anyone interested in the sport to come and join us in becoming better players.
Activities Weekly meets and monthly tournaments with prizes.
Members Open to everyone.
Meetings Wednesday mornings at 7:40 in the gym
Website

 

TRI M Advisors: J. Schroter
Mission Tri M is designed for dedicated music students who show exemplary music performances.
Activities
Members Active music student in good standing must be nominated by their directors.  A 4.0 in music and a 3.3 or higher in all classes.  Then successfully complete an audition and interview process.
Meetings 3rd Thursday of every month at 7:30am

 

VISION QUEST Advisors: B. Richardson
Mission To recognize, reward, and reinforce the character and academic success of our school community.
Activities Research and promotion of events to recognize and reward students and staff, Honors Day
Members All class members are invited to participate.  
Meetings Part of the Mane Link Executive Board
Website

 

WIND SYMPHONY Advisors:M. Huebner
Mission To educate individuality, and as an ensemble, music adapted to each child's ability, interest, and potential levels of achievement. To promote and present college-level literature for students potentially majoring in music.
Activities National and International concert band clinics and festivals, community band festival, daily classroom rehearsals, school activities and pep rallies.
Members By audition only
Meetings Daily rehearsals, occasional after-school rehearsals.
Website

 

WINTER GUARD Advisors: M. Huebner
Mission To represent Kennesaw Mountain High in competitive dance performances using sabers and flags
Activities Regional, state, and national competitions
Members Open to all Color Guard students
Meetings Every Monday and Thursday 6:30 – 9:30pm

 

YOUNG DEMOCRATS Advisors: P. Matthews
Mission To study the social and economic issues of our society.
Activities Debates
Members Open to all students
Meetings Room 208 every other Wednesday at 3:30pm

 

YOUNG REPUBLICANS Advisors: D. Reason, T. Dahlberg IV
Mission To study the social and economic issues of our society
Activities Debates
Members Open to all students
Meetings Every Friday at 7:30 am in room 210