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Clubs (alphabetically)

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The staff at Kennesaw Mountain believes it is important for students to be involved in clubs at the school. Below is a list of clubs available to students.

Some of the clubs have websites that you can access to learn more about the club. These links are provided to you for your convenience. When you click on one of these links, you leave the Kennesaw Mountain High School website. These sites are not under the control of Kennesaw Mountain High School or the Cobb County School System. Kennesaw Mountain High School is not responsible for the contents of any of these sites. 

New Clubs

If you would like to start a new club at KMHS, please see the following for guidelines and requirements.

Inter-Club Council

The Inter-Club Council has started to monitor all school sponsored clubs in their community service activity. Clubs are brought together to make sure events and plans are correlated as well as helping school wide community service activities reach their fullest potential.

Each club must complete either two school service activities, 10 community service hours and one school service activities, or 20 community service hours a year. Kennesaw Mountain High School is a leader in community activities and helping to educated the younger generations by getting them involved.


ACADEMIC TEAMAdvisors: T. Monroe
Mission

To have a highly competitive team in an intellectual framework.

Activities

All members must attend weekly practice on-campus after school throughout the year. Selected members will participate in 2-4 all-day meets off-campus on Saturdays and must provide their own transportation to/from the meets

Members

Open to all students

MeetingsTuesday afternoons from 3:30-4:30 in Room 527


ASL CLUB (American Sign Language)Advisors: E. Hamilton
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


Anime ClubAdvisors: L. Cario
MissionTo connect students who are interested in Japanese culture and Anime
ActivitiesDebate, preview shows, watch movies, discuss past and future trends, discuss storytelling
MembersOpen to all students
MeetingsTo be determined


ANNUAL STAFF (Equus)Advisors: H. Hoover
Mission

Students and teachers create and produce the annual (yearbook) and sell it throughout the year. The Annual is a compromised of a chosen staff of students that meet daily. 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 CLUBAdvisors: 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 will be announced a week prior on KMTV


CHESS CLUBAdvisors: H. Cook
Mission

To provide students a friendly place to learn or teach chess skills and strategies, challenge each other’s chess playing skills and have a good time.

Activities

Students meet to play chess and coach each other in chess skills and game strategies. Some local tournament entry will be considered.

Members

Open to all students, beginning to advanced

Meetings

Wednesday afternoons, 3:45 – 5:30 pm in the Media Center


CHICK-FIL-A LEADERSHIP ACADEMY    Advisors: 
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.

MeetingsTBA


CHORUSAdvisors: P. Jacobson
Mission


Activities


Members


Meetings

 


CIVIL ENGINEERING CLUBAdvisors: C. Holbrook, M. Pitts
Mission

The Civil Engineering Club is a place for high school students to meet, engineer mentors and explore civil engineering through live work projects, industry skills, and field trips.

Activities

Students will work on service projects locally and internationally.

Members


Meetings

 

Website


CLASS OF 2024Advisors: 
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 2025Advisors: G. DeWitte
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 2026Advisors:  
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 2027Advisors: R. Kienel, J. Oliveira 
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 GUARDAdvisors: 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 BANDAdvisors: 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


CREATIVE WRITING CLUBAdvisors: D. Kitzler
Mission

To ensure a collaborative space for students to share their creative work, receive feedback, and develop long lasting friendships.

Activities

Brainstorming, sharing written content, group discussions, and post-discussion editing.

Members

Open to all students.

Meetings

Every other Friday from 3:30-4:15


DEAF ACADEMIC BOWLAdvisors: 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.

MeetingsCurrently Inactive


DEBATE CLUB    Advisors: P. Goodman
Mission

To connect, support, and inspire a diverse community committed to empowering students through competitive speech and debate.

Activities

Internal debates and research, external debates.

Members

Open to all students interested in debate and public speaking.

Meetings

Weekly after school, to be determined.


DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)Advisors: J. Wright
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

Website: http://kennesawdeca.weebly.com
Remind code: Text @kmhsdeca21 to 81010


DRAMA CLUBAdvisors: D. Parker
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

Announced throughout the year. Visit www.kmhsdrama.com for more information.


DRONE CLUBAdvisors: Advisors: M. Eby, A. Wood
Mission

KMHS drone team mission is to integrate learning and social activities into the fun that comes with flying a drone and participating in drone competitions. We work together to overcome technical obstacles through creative problem solving and flexible teamwork that includes all participants.

Activities

We meet every Wednesday and learn the details of flying drones, the practical application in learning the skills involved, and the benefits of drone use in modern business, educational, and other various work-related fields.

Members

Open to all.

Meetings

We meet every Wednesday after school. As our regional competition gets closer, additional meeting may be scheduled.


FRENCH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYAdvisors:
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)  or continue in French through Level IV, at least a 3 overall GPA. Yearly dues are $10 per student. In order to remain eligible for a cord students must maintain their membership and be active through graduation.

Meetings

Monthly -TBA


FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICAAdvisors: M. Lattizori, B. Troupe
Mission

The mission of FBLA at Kennesaw Mountain High School is to foster future business leaders through leadership development, academic enrichment, and real-world experiences. By engaging students in dynamic events and workshops, we aim to boost involvement and cultivate essential skills like communication and teamwork. Leveraging FBLA’s resources, we aspire to increase school recognition by encouraging excellence in competitive events, showcasing our members’ talents both locally and nationally.

Activities

One-day fall leadership conference, high school RLC competitive event, high school SLC event, Fall motivational rally, monthly meetings 

Members


Meetings

Second Tuesday of every month after school


FUTURE HEALTHCARE LEADERS OF AMERICAAdvisors: L. Kitchen
Mission

To provide hands on activities and lectures for students interested in the medical field. It will benefit the students by providing them with the basic knowledge and skills to gain a better understanding of the healthcare industry.

Activities

Guest lectures from various medical fields and hands-on activities; community service projects 

Members

Open to any student at KMHS

Meetings

Contact club sponsor for annual update


FUTURE LATINOS IN STEMAdvisors: E. Smith
Mission

To spread awareness of the underrepresentation of Latinos in STEM careers by providing members with career and scholarship information, hearing from STEM-related guest speakers, and participating in school-wide projects and events.

Activities

Career planning and information days, guest speaker days, community-based writing project, poster-making meetings for three important events, participation in school-hosted events.

Members


Meetings

First Tuesday of each month after school


GIRLS SUPPORTING GIRLSAdvisors: G. Dewitte, Q. Lopez
Mission

Empower and uplift girls and women by fostering a supportive and inclusive community. Through membership, advocacy, and positive reinforcement, we aim to cultivate confidence, resilience, and leadership in girls. We believe in creating a world where every girl feels valued, heard, and capable of achieving their goals.

Activities

Bake sale, nursing home activities, arts and crafts, cleaning parks; teaching how to change a tire, oil, etc.; knitting is also a possibility.

Members


Meetings

Second and fourth Thursday of every month


HELEN RUFFIN READING BOWL
Advisors: G. DeWitte, V. Bryan
Mission

To prepare students who enjoy reading for HRRB competitions, while providing camaraderie and developing team building and collaboration skills.

Activities

Prepare for the Cobb County HRRB Competition held in January and subsequent regional competitions by reading, compiling questions, completing online activities, and attending on-campus meetings for practice.

Members

Anyone can join! Nominal fee if a tee-shirt is desired.

Meetings and Information

Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team Info


INTERACT CLUBAdvisors: H. Prochaska, A. Russom
Mission

To inspire, organize, and oversee students interested in pursuing leadership and community service opportunities in the KMHS area.

Activities

Campus Clean Up, Anti-Bullying Campaign, Assisting with Sources of Strength, Service and Leadership opportunities

Members

All students welcome!

Meetings

Alternating Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30 PM in 602; First Meeting is Wednesday, 8/16/23


INTERNATIONAL CLUB/FRENCH CLUBAdvisors: 
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 3rd Thursday of every month immediately after school in room 225.


INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY
(Theater Honor Society)
Advisors: D. Parker
Mission

Shaping lives through theatre education by honoring student achievement in theatre and enriching their educational experience.

Activities

Monthly meetings, community service, Georgia Thespian Conference.

Members

Drama students earn points through participation in productions, both onstage and as part of the technical crew. All members must be inducted after the requisite amount of points are earned.

Meetings

Approximately once a month, as announced. Visit www.kmhsdrama.com for more information.


JCL (Junior Classical League)Advisors: 
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 announcements.


KMHS WRITING CENTERAdvisors: A. Russom
Mission

To provide students with both the opportunity to serve and be served in an academic capacity. The Writing Center is a student-run tutoring organization, providing support for students with writing across all subject areas.

Activities

Activities include running the Center on a weekly basis, working as a writing tutor, serving the Center in various administrative capacities.

Members

TBA


Meetings

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 7:30-8:15 AM

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 3:45-4:30 PM


K-TAC
(KENNESAW TEEN ADVISORY COUNCIL)
Advisors: K. Williamson, M. Price 
Mission

Become a community champion as a peer leader in the fight for life with a grant from CCAPA.org and collaborate with Drug Free Kennesaw 365 using grass roots activism! Student leaders make a difference in the lives of their peers by promoting healthy living & educating others of the risk of substance abuse. KTAC plans events at school in addition to local, metro and statewide events!

Activities

Community education events, field trips, youth advisor sector to 365,  GET COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS!

Members

Join KTACOpen to all students- applications in guidance

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More Info

Meetings

Meets in guidance 3:30-4:30 pm on the following Wednesdays: August 14th and 21st, Sept. 11th and 18th, Oct. 9th and 16th, Nov. 13th and 20th, Dec. 18th, Jan. 15th and 29th, Feb. 12th and 26th, March 18th and 25th, April 15th and 29th, May 13th.

**May Not Miss More Than 2 Meetings Per Semester**


KEY CLUBAdvisors: R. Gammill
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 other Tuesday before school at 7:50 in Room 607

Website


K-SIDE KANINESAdvisors: R. Sykes, T. Washington, M. Price
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 Thursday 3:30-4:30 in room 606


LITERARY TEAMAdvisors: 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 LINKAdvisors: 
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, Mustang Way, Honors (Vision Quest) program, Honors Day, Special Ed dance, Shop with a Mustang,  Character Education program, and CCSD special needs field days.  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 BANDAdvisors: 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 TEAMAdvisors: J. Stockton
Mission

To promote excellence in mathematics

Activities

Local and regional competitions 

Members

Open to all students

Meetings

Every Monday at 3:30 pm in room 621

Website


JV MATH TEAMAdvisors: C. Cannon
Mission

To promote excellence in mathematics

Activities

Local and regional competitions 

Members

Open to all students

Meetings

Every Monday at 3:30 pm in room 623


MEN AND WOMEN OF DISTINCTIONAdvisors: 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 7:45 am


MOCK TRIALAdvisors: D. Parker, L. Cario
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: P. Goodman
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 7:30 am in room 210.

Website


MU ALPHA THETAAdvisors: 
Mission

Also known as Mathematics Honor Society. Nationally recognized service 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 
(online newspaper)
Advisors: J. Shiver
Mission

To promote creativity, innovation, and the desire to engage in, and advocate for, KMHS students, staff, and the surrounding community. 

Activities

Writing and publishing stories 

Members

Open to all – each member must submit one story a month

Meetings

The second Wednesday of every month, after school from 3:40 – 4:15 pm in room 308. 

The Mustang Messenger – The student news site of Kennesaw Mountain High School


MUSTANG NJROTCAdvisors: M. McLean
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


MUSTANG PRODUCTIONSAdvisors: H. Cook
Mission

Mustang Productions aspires to create an environment where students can come together to share their love of music. Students will be able to learn, collaborate, and discuss the aspects of producing music.

Activities

Final album project, DJing for events, presentation, remix competition, lessons and activities, music videos, networking

Members


Meetings

Thursday or Friday from 3:30 to 5:00


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYAdvisors: K. Kline
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 for the next school year will be available in January.  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


NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETYAdvisors: 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


ORCHESTRAAdvisors: H. Cook
Mission


Activities


Members


Meetings

 


POND CLUBAdvisors: 
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 CLUBAdvisors: 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 Tuesday of the month after school in Room 326


ROBOTICSAdvisors: 
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



SCIENCE CLUBAdvisors: T. Monroe
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

Academic Science Bowl (Ingle and Wood)

Academic Science Olympiad (Wright and Vaillancourt)

Members

Open to all students who want to actively participate in learning more about science!

Meetings

General meetings are in room 624 on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month after school. Please email Mrs. Monroe (tiffany.monroe@cobbk12.org) to receive the sign up form for the Science Club.


SKILLS USAAdvisors: C. Holbrook
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

Champions Rally, regional, state, and national competitions.

Members

Open to all students

Meetings

1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month

cristi.holbrook@cobbk12.org


SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYAdvisors: N. Velez-Rodriguez
Mission

To honor high achieving students in Spanish IV and beyond.

Activities

Monthly meetings (third Thursday of each month) fundraisers, host cultural days at school, KMHS international festival, After School program tutoring with Hayes Elementary, Peer tutoring for Spanish at KMHS, Freshman Orientation, and other community events.

Members

Students may apply if they are currently enrolled in Spanish 3 or higher with an 80 or above. Dues are to be paid through MyPaymentsPlus and include organization dues, custom made t-shirt, and graduation cord for Seniors. 

Meetings

TBA in room 229


STARS (Student Teacher Astronomical Society)Advisors: B. Alexander
Mission

To engage students in the astronomical practice, research, observation, and current events in astronomy.  

Activities

Students discuss and investigate astronomical phenomenon and utilize campus observatory.

Members

Open to everyone.

Meetings

TBD


SYMPHONIC BANDAdvisors: 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


TRI-MAdvisors: H. Cook
Mission

National Honor Music Society designed to build and foster community service, strong leadership, and musically driven individuals.

Activities

Visiting feeder elementary and middle schools; volunteering and hospitals, nursing homes, etc.

Members

Open to students in music classes.

Meetings

First Thursday of the month.


ULTIMATE FRISBEEAdvisors: R. Kienel
Mission

Promote an active and healthy lifestyle to connect the community in a fun way.

Activities

Play ultimate frisbee in teams on one of the school fields.

Members

Open to all students

Meetings

Tuesdays after school from 3:45-4:45


VISION QUESTAdvisors: 
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


WIND SYMPHONYAdvisors: 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 GUARDAdvisors: M. Huebner
Mission

To represent KMHS 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 6:30-9:30 pm