High School for Arts and Business Club List 2023 - 2024
National Honor Society is only open to 10th, 11students with an 85+ overall average. All students with an 85+ average have already been notified via email.
Ms. Norman Thursday Room 105 4:00pm-5:00pm
Next Level Knit 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 Wednesday Room 116 4:00-5:00pm
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 Monday Room 107 4:00pm-5:00pm
Art Club is a great place to draw, chat, discuss, and learn more about different art techniques and styles. Some of the projects include comic books, sculpture, painting 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 to be creative!
Mr. Zographos Tuesday Room 116 4:00pm-5:00pm
Tech Team members are responsible for all Sound, Video and Lighting for all public events. Come learn about recording techniques, Go Pros, all your favorite sound engineering techniques paired with all the fun events at Arts and Business.
Mr. Green Wednesday Cafeteria 4:00pm-5:00pm
Mock Trial Club 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 Wednesday Room 107 4:00-5:00pm
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 Thursday Room 107 4:00-5:00pm
My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) 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. The students choose life skills topics to discuss and work together to grow as thoughtful young people. Meetings are a safe and friendly setting and serve as a healthy outlet for stress.
Mr. Nichols Tuesday Room 105 4:00-5:00pm
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.
Mr. Micca Room Tuesday 222 4:00pm-5:00pm
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 Tuesday Cafeteria 4:00pm-5:00pm
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 Thursday Room 116 4:00pm-5:00pm
Dance Club is for students who wish to learn how to dance or simply wish to participate in dance. It provides a space where you can wholeheartedly be yourself regardless of experience. Students will learn techniques that will prepare them for a show experience. “Great dancers are great because of their passion.” – Martha Graham
Ms. Papantoniou Wednesday Room 222 4:00pm-5:00pm
Creative Writing Club is for students looking to express their creativity, refine their writing skills, and explore various genres and styles of writing. They will participate in engaging and exciting writing activities. We provide a supportive environment that encourages growth and fosters a love for literature, regardless of experience.
Mr. Rodriguez Monday Room 105 4:00-5:00pm