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National Honor Society is only open to 10th, 11thand 12thgrade students with an 85+ overall average. All students with an 85+ average have already been notified via email.

Ms. Norman Thursdays 3:45pm – 5:00pm Room 105


Next Level Knit meets in room 116 on Tuesdays from 3:45-5:00. Some of us already know how to knit and work on personal or charity projects, but most members are just learning. Materials are provided.

Mrs. Mudd Tuesdays 3:45pm – 4:45pm Room 116

My Brother’s Keeper is a mentoring program that gives students the opportunity to learn life skills and build bonds among their peers and teachers.The club is student led with guidance from their advisor (Mr. Nichols). The students choose life skills topics to discuss and work together to grow as thoughtful young people. Many meetings also serve as outlets for students to relax in a safe and friendly setting. Many of our members have felt burdened from their day to day struggles and used the club as a healthy outlet for their stress.

Mr. Nichols Tuesdays 3:45pm – 4:45pm Room 105


Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) A club where students can further their knowledge on LGBTQ+ news and issues. To promote tolerance and acceptance in the school community where students have a safe, non-judgmental space as a support network. Through club activities, we aim to reduce any feelings of isolation and depression that students may experience, whatever their sexual or gender identity may be. We welcome all students to participate in the club, a safe space where they can discuss any issues concerning bullying, harassment due to prejudice and discrimination in an atmosphere or confidentially. The club is here to support one another, share resources, learn together and have fun.

Ms. Celebi Mondays 3:45pm – 4:45pm Room 107


Cartoon Drawing Club is a great place to draw, chat, discuss, and learn more about comic book techniques and styles. Some of the projects include comic book pages and character designs. You can even just come in to make your own art! We also watch movies and listen to music in the club. Not just an educational experience, but also a place to meet other students who like comics!

Mr. Zographos Wednesdays 4:00pm – 5:30pm Room 116


Tech Team members are responsible for all Sound, Video and Lighting for all public events. Come learn about recording techniques, GoPros, all your favorite sound engineering techniques paired with all the fun events at Arts and Business.

Mr. Green Mondays 3:45pm – 5:45pm in the Cafeteria


Mock Trial Club meets on Wednesday afternoons from 4 - 5 PM in Room 107.  The purpose of the Mock Trial Club is to introduce students to basic trial techniques and simplified rules of evidence while promoting teamwork and oral advocacy skills.  By playing the roles of lawyers and witnesses, students have the unique opportunity to learn how to think like a lawyer as they compete against other schools in a simulated criminal or civil trial.  Our Mock Trial Club's two attorney coaches provide their legal expertise to help students enhance their knowledge about the law and courtroom procedures. 

Mr. Pomerantz Wednesdays 4:00pm – 5:00pm Room 107


Video Game Club will enable you to play games of multiple genres and styles with friends while also learning about the ideas behind the creation of the game! The first part of the club is the introduction of the game, what it is about, and what makes it special. Afterwards, we play the game! Students may also bring in their own games, systems, and controllers to share and play with their peers!

Mr. DiMaggio Wednesdays 3:45pm to 4:45pm Room 223


My Sister’s Keeper (MSK) promotes gender equity, empower and engage young women, including cisgender, transgender, gender expansive, and any other students who identify with the terms “girl “or “women.” We are a safe, supportive group where you feel valued. We celebrate each other, discuss our goals, create experiences that empower us, build confidence, academic support, strengthen community and promote sisterhood.

Ms. Rigby Tuesdays 3:45 to 4:45pm Room 107


Drama Club there’s an audition taking place in school, and you’re not sure if you want to join, maybe you need more reasons to make the first step. Let me give you a couple of good reasons that I hope will help you make the right decision. Being a part of the Drama Club is a good chance to learn a lot about theatre and art, about hard work and discipline, to face your fears and open new possibilities, but also to meet a lot of fun and creative people.


The most important reason to join the Drama Club should be your passion to do so, always listen to your heart.

It may be your first opportunity to perform in front of an audience, on stage. It’s a good way to try something new, to leave your comfort zone, and challenge yourself.


You may love that feeling of being on stage, and you might be good at performing and it could develop into something more than just a fun hobby.

You can be whoever you want to try your potential for transformation and learn something new about yourself through the roles you play. Creating your roles will help you search for the deeper parts in yourself, making a better relationship with your inner self, by following your emotions, and work against your insecurities.


Being in the Drama Club doesn’t always mean that you have to act, there are so many possibilities. You just have to try and to find what is best for you, to write, paint, to make scenography, costumography, you can create music, sing, dance, play an instrument. There are so many ways to express yourself in the theatre, but you need to work hard and learn to achieve your goals and have fun doing so.

You can set an example to others and show them that if you love something it is not as difficult, that it is possible, and inspire them to try something new, something that they might love, but were not brave enough to do it. If you inspire others that in itself will be a great reward that might make you happy and motivate you to continue.


But best of all, you are a part of an ensemble, part of the creative process, of something that is really important. You could form meaningful and deep relationships with your Drama Club mates, sometimes creating lasting bonds, and work with a teacher who has an unusual and unorthodox teaching method to bring out the best in you.

You can have great fun and unforgettable experiences in celebration of your successful performances because the Drama Club is composed of creative and compassionate people that are full of positive and creative energy. You will have to work hard, but also have lots of fun, enjoy every moment and feel satisfied. There is nothing to lose, you can be richer from another great life experience, which will make you a better person in a different way. I hope this inspired you and gave you enough reasons to consider joining the Drama Club!

Mr. Micca Mondays 3:45 – 4:45pm Room 223


Leadership is for students interested in a dedication of service to their school and community. Must be able to help at night and weekend events.

Ms. Cavaliere Fridays 2:10pm – 3:10pm Room 117


Jazz Band has a requirement of musical experience.

Mr. Green Thursdays 3:45pm – 5:45pm Room 112


3D Printing/Chess Club is a double program that gives students the opportunity to learn communication, strategy and technology skills that builds bonds among their peers.

Mr. Goodman Thursdays 4:00pm – 5:30pm Room 116


NYP Explores is a club where students can further their interest in law enforcement, law and community relations. Opportunities for community service are available.

School Safety Agents Wednesdays 4:00pm – 8:00pm Room 113


Fantasy Basketball is a club where students can sharpen their math skills in the areas of statistics while tracking professional basketball players performances.

Mr. Yam Thursdays 3:45pm to 4:45pm Room 223