CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS
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Aquatic Science Club
Promote interest and enthusiasm in the discipline of Aquatic Science and explore occupations within the discipline. We sell bottled water before/after school and between classes to help raise money for Aquatic Science field trips.
Work on contest pieces, help in hanging art shows, volunteer to face paint for community events like benefits or carnivals, etc.
Between the Lines
Appreciate literature and develop reading and social skills.
We are a competitive bowling club that follows UIL guidelines. We have both girls and boys Varsity and JV teams. Teams compete in district competitions each year with the possibility for Regional and State advancement. We practice in Alvin or have matches in the area, two days a week during our season, which usually runs from October to April. This club is 100% parent/Student funded.
Teach students chess and promote strategic thinking and good sportmanship.
Creative Writing Club
Students will explore various techniques and formats including but not limited to fiction, poetry, and songwriting. Members can participate in national Novel writing month during November and will continue to hone their imaginations and cw skills throughout the year.
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club introduces students to professions in law enforcement, protective services, corrections, firefighting, and emergency management services and skills needed for the industry. Students will examine the roles and responsibilities of the police, the courts, corrections, private security, and protective agencies of fire and emergency services. The club operates through SkillsUSA. SkillsUSA offers local, state, and national opportunities for students to learn and practice personal, workplace, and technical skills. These three components comprise the SkillsUSA Framework, a blueprint for career readiness. Local chapters conduct a full program of work and many students also attend a district or state conference. At the SkillsUSA Championships, more than 6,500 students compete in more than 100 occupational and leadership skill areas each June. These national technical competitions help establish industry standards for job skill training and entry-level workers. SkillsUSA is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a successful model of employer-driven youth development training.
Christopher Doucette, SFISD Police Officer
Rodney Welsh, SFISD Police Officer
Cristena Bullard, Forensic Science Instructor
Santa Fe Police Department
FFA is an intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership. FFA is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Dollie Petrosky, Brandon Noto, Donnita Bankston, Bubba Dunn
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA is not just for students enrolled in athletics at the high school – it is for ANYONE who wants to grow their walk with God! We can ALL be athletes in Christ! Come meet with Bring a friend!
Fire Safety Club
Earn a scholarship of 100$/year, a great letter of recommendation for college, career skills, free food, and be involved in something good!
1. Passing ALL classes
2. Attendance meets school policy.
Designed for students who want to pursue jobs in the medical profession in the future. We participate in community service activities throughout the year as a way to practice selfless service for others.
International Thespians Society
Honorary Drama Organization for inducted members only.
Students have the chance to make a real difference while having fun. Every Interact club member carries out two service projects a year: one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Sponsored by the Rotary Club. Interact members will: connect with community leaders, develop leadership skills, make international connections and discover more opportunities to connect with Rotary including Rotaract, RYLA and Youth Exchange.
D203 - Select Mondays after school
A national organization meant to recognize outstanding high school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
National Technical Honor Society
Honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce.
Quill and Scroll (Inter. Honor Society for HS Journalism)
Meet to reinforce excellence in journalism and fellowship, create unity, reinforce community spirit, and high ethical standards in writing.
Students will engage in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics activities while incorporating reading and the arts. Participants will have an opportunity to compete in the Nationally recognized NASA Hunch program along.
StuCo coordinates student activities that boost school spirit, encourage community service and help facilitate a healthy student government. We help organize Homecoming Carnival, participate in Pep Rallies, collect donated goods for the community, Powder Puff, etc.
Super Smash Bros Ultimate Club
Did you miss playing video games with your friends in person?! Well, welcome back to the good old days. Join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Club to compete with other students in monthly tournaments, or just to game with some friends! We meet in Mr. Vannoy's classroom in D201, once a month for tournaments, and any other time just to game! Talk to Mr. Vannoy if you're interested in joining.
Table Top Games
Discussing and playing tabletop role-playing games.
The Golden Arrow
A student created a newspaper to share the news with the student body in the format of an online newspaper/magazine.
D210 - Spring sport--TBD