2017-18 Student Organizations

  • Club Advisor Meeting(s) Time/Place Purpose Major Projects
    BETA Club S. Motsinger  Every 1st and 3rd Friday 2:15/Rm 408 To unify the school and the community through service and upholding national standards. Trunk r Treat, Thanksgiving Food Drive, adopt an angel, teacher appreciation month, etc.
    CHS Amateur Radio Patterson/ Motsinger TBD TBD To teach students about HAM Radio and prepare students and others interested in getting their HAM operating license  
    CHS Chinese Club Yu 1st Monday             of the month 2:30/Rm 226 To explore Chinese culture through fun activities, events, and community service. Trunk r Treat, Dragon Boat Race, UNCC International Festival, Lantern Festival, and CHS Community work
    CHS Gay-Straight Alliance Cunningham 2nd/4th Tuesdays 2:30-3:30/Rm 325 GSA seeks to provide a safe space for all students , to allow for educational opportunities regarding gender/sexuality/tolerance, ad to help create a safe/tolerant school climate for all.  
    CHS Media Club Gerow Tuesdays 2:20/Rm 309 The CHS Media Club exists for students to work together and collaborate to create (and maintain) the online newspaper website, The Spider Insider. Students will gain leadership and collaboration skills, while learning new technology and improving writing skills. Creating the website to share information with Concord High (and those outside of the school) and for students to showcase their talents.
    CHS Tabletop    Gaming Guild Mirabelli Tuesdays 2:15-3:50/Rm 413 This a teambuilding club focused on complex, cooperative board games to stimulate creative problem solving and teamwork skills. Trunk r Treat and MACE volunteers
    Concord Art and Service Club Rowe Every other Tuesday/Thursday 2:15-3:00/Rm 321 To provide a community club that unifies all types of art and provides opportunities for community service related to these arts. Trunk r Treat and a Gallery/Exhibition showing the member's artwork.
    eSports Club Bostrom Bimonthly-Days determined at previous meeting 2:30-3:30/Rm 308 To provide a sense of community and understanding for video gamers in the school.  It also give members a channel through which they can express their passions by competitions. Showcase competition results and encourage both new and old players to join 
    Fit Chick Club (FCC) VanLeuvan every Thursday immediately after school/Rm 204 We want people to learn and develop ways to stay in shape through exercise and nutrition. We want to create a positive environment for girls to encourage one another and lift each other up while staying healthy. We want to teach others about body positivity and how to encourage others to love themselves. We want to schedule some type of event like a Zumba class or 5K in order to get people involved with being healthy.
    French Club Cress varies 2:30 To offer students an opportunity to explore facets of French culture (holidays, foods, films, art, etc.)  
    Future Business Leaders of America Fant/Watson 1st Wednesday             of the month              2:30/Rm 203 To bring business and education in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.  The programs focus on: Leadership, Academic Competitions, Educational Programs and Community Service. Regional Competition
    HOSA Swink 4th Thursday of every month 2:20/Rm 217 Future healthcare providers Rosmary walk, Alzheimer walk, Hosa week
    IB Club Rowe 3rd Friday of each month 2:20-3:00/Rm. 321 Tutoring for IB students, general support group, look to promote programs and CHS projects. Trunk r Treat
    Interact Club Deal Every other Tuesday 2:20-2:245/Rm 104 Service carried out on a school, community, national, and international level.  They work closely with the Rotary  Club of downtown Concord. Support CAS Projects and other service projects around CHS and Concord
    Junior Civitans  Drake/Gerow Every Wednesday for the month of September and then biweekly or as needed 2:20/Rm 309 or 326 Junior Civitans is an internationally recognized organization of students who are dedicated to community service. It offers exciting opportunities for developing leadership skills through community service and team work, while developing a sense of public responsibility.  It promotes a positive public image for all young people. Community Service- one per month
    Mu Alpha Theta Morrison Every other Friday 2:20-3:00/Room 421 Compete in math competitions and promote mathematics in our school community. Creating instructional packets to be kept by NHS to help tutors better facilitate tutoring of Math I, II, and III
    National Art Honor Society   Strode/ Dionne 2nd Tuesday of the month 2:30/Rm 409 The CHS NAHS chapter strives to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art with a strong emphasis on utilizing our artistic talents to bring art education to the attention of the school and community through community service.  Rosemary Walk Face Painting, Trunk r Treat,  School Murals, Seeking out community Murals, working with local art organizations, art camps for kids.
    National Honor Society  Pressley Every other Thursday 2:20-3:00/Rm 320 NHS is a national organization that recognizes students who have achieved 4 tenets: academics, character, community service, and leadership. This organization focuses on continued community service activities at school and in the community at large. Tutoring Program
    North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities Short Last Thursday of the month 2:15-3:15/Rm 100 Gives students the opportunity to compete in regional competitions in subjects that interest them ., potentially competing at a state level.  
    SkillsUSA Satenstein, Motsinger, Patterson, Field,  Dunagan 2nd Tuesday of each month 2:20-3:00/Rm 223 SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure that America has a skilled work force.  We help every student excel.  SkillsUSA is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that is recognized as an integral part of the classroom by the OVAE.    
    Spanish National Honor Society Silva TBD 2:15-3:00/Rm 209 The Spanish National Honor Society club is an organization that encompasses a diverse group of enthusiasts of the Spanish language and of Hispanic cultures. As an organization, we strive to improve our language skills and cultural understanding of the Spanish speaking Latin countries.  Spanish tutoring, Volunteering for various groups in the community, Operation Christmas Child, Projects around school, etc.
    Spiderettes Cunningham 1st Tuesday            of the month 2:30/Rm 325 Spiderettes seek to provide opportunities for lady spiders to positively impact their school and community through service. Annual Trunk r Treat, Veterans Cards, Christmas Adoptions, fundraisers for Meal on Wheels, volunteering with feeder elementary
    Spirit Club Eudy/Cline 2nd Wednesday             of the month 2:15/Rm 323 To promote school spirit, attend athletic events, plan and carry out September Be Bold Campaign and Ktown/Homecoming activities Attend athletic events, Ktown events, and               Trunk r Treat
    Teen Dems Fant 2nd Wednesday             of the month 2:30-3:30/Rm 203 To promote political awareness on the daily issues that we face as a student body. Learn the democratic process of elections and how the government works Voter Registration
    The Fellowship of Christian Athletes/FCA Parker/Thacker Thursdays 2:15/Media Center Student leadership promotes fellowship with all students.  The group provides devotions, bible study, and guest speakers. See you at the Pole Prayer, fields of Faith at MPHS football field, and a dodge ball tournament 
    The Young Republican's Club Lancaster Fridays 2:30-3:30/Media Center To allow students of any political ideal to learn more about the republican party and discuss its ideologies and impacts November and March Election
    TRI-M O'Reilly Tuesdays 2:30-3:30/Rm 317 Musical Honor Society to enhance student's abilities Recital with ticket sales to buy school instruments
    Writer's Workshop Natoli every Tuesday and Thursday 2:20/Rm 417 To improve the writing skills of fellow students.  
    Writing O'Reilly Thursdays 2:30-3:30/Rm 317 Give students a place to meet to write/share their writing with others Poetry Night for students who wish to share their work
Last Modified on October 28, 2017