Clubs & Student Organizations

List of HHS Clubs and Organizations
 Club Advisor Purpose Meeting Required
Art Club
Teresa Bentley To foster enjoyment and appreciation of art. Once per month  $12 dues
Beta Club
Lisa Edwards and Alyson Anderson To promote scholarship and service. Every 2nd Tuesday after school Open to 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. Membership requires a 3.25 average, participation at induction ceremony, attendance at 3 meetings, and a minimum of 15 service hours.
Distributive Education Clubs of America
Katie Buccola

To provide students an avenue for becoming (1) academically prepared, (2) community oriented, (3) professionally responsible and (4) experienced leaders.

Alternating Wednesdays During Lunch B and Alternating Thursdays Afterschool  $20 membership fee
English National Honor Society
Madison Yount      
 Eta Eta Sigma
Doug Blackburn To promote leadership, develop character, and build lasting relationships within the Hickory High community. Twice monthly (TBD) $30.00 membership fee; 15 service hours.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Allen Wittenberg To promote the fellowship of athletes.   $10 membership fee
 Fly Fishing Club
Frank Pait and Lisa Baron To promote the love of and the opportunity to try fly fishing.  Meetings are educational and cater to novice and experienced fisherman.  Open to everyone.  Every other Wednesday. $25.00
French Club
Heidi Rice To learn about and enjoy franchophone cultures and traditions.  Monday
Lunch B
(as announced, subject to change, yearly)
Former or present French students - $5 dues.
Interact Club
Madison Yount A service organization open to all high school students and is sponsored by the Hickory Rotary International Club 3rd Thursday in the media center at 2:30 p.m. Complete 10 hours of volunteerism each school semester,attend monthly meetings, pay $10 in club dues, and sell 10 tickets for the annual fundraiser.
Martha Martin To serve our school and our community in the following areas: arts, conservation, education, home life, international affairs, and public relations. Last Monday of each month $30.00 membership fee; 30 service hours, and sell geraniums in the spring.
Key Club
Jessica Esposito To support Key Club Core Values: leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness. Kiwanis Family Service-Oriented organization developing competent, capable, and caring leaders since 1925 1st and 3rd Thursdays in Ms. Egloff's room at 2:35 p.m. Open to anyone. Dues are $20 annually. Service hours are required.
Latin Club
Ellen Correll To create fellowship among Latin scholars and participate in community affairs Last Wednesday of each month in room 207; additional Sunday evening get-togethers will be announced, Former or present Latin students; $5 dues.
Literary Club
Chris Rice  To discuss great books, poetry, art, and film. Collect student writing, artwork, and photography to create the HHS literary magazine. Encourage each other to write creatively, and share our works during meetings. Meets in Mr. Rice's room on every other Thursday at 2:35 p.m. plus at other called meetings for special projects. Membership dues are $10
Mu Alpha Theta
Robin Chicelli Dedicated to inspiring interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school. Executive Board meets Wednesdays in room 240 at 2:35 p.m.
Club meets 2nd Wednesday.
3.0 GPA overall and in math. Algebra 2, math tutoring and community service activities, $12 dues, attend meetings
National Honor Society
Gena Barnhardt Create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and develop character.  First Tuesday of every month in the Media Center 93 GPA average and 10 service points
The Quill Writing Team
Chris Rice To create a love of writing by competing annually in the Quill Competition.  As needed.  
Quiz Bowl
Linda Hirsch To foster the love of learning by competing in Quiz Bowl competitions.    
Science National Honor Society
Linda Hirsch  To engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research and scientific exploration for America.  
 "A" average in science and taking advanced science coursework. 3.0 GPA. 10 hours of science related service and $5 dues.
Veronica Torres To promote and create fellowship between Spanish students and to gain a better understanding of cultures of Spanish-speaking countries TBA Former and current Spanish student, $5 fee
Student Council
Martha Martin

Positions determined through class elections. TBA Elected offices
Super Bros. Smash Club
Stephen Goodwin
To provide a safe and fun environment for gaming enthusiasts. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in Mr. Goodwin's room.  Gaming enthusiast