Activities & Clubs

Club Description Sponsor Meeting Dates Meeting Location
A-Team Modeled after Jeopardy, the A-Team Challenge is a single-elimination academic competition developed by The Foundation and NBC-2.The purpose of the A-Team Challenge is to encourage, promote and spotlight academic achievement and excellence among area high school students. A team of high school students from each school within a six-county area compete with each other answering questions under the categories of Science, Math, Arts & Humanities, Language Arts, Social Studies, and General Knowledge. Stephen Hommerbocker  TBD  E221
Class of 2023 SGA Senior Class Rebecca Hill As Needed  S204
Class of 2024 SGA Junior Class Jacqueline Curls & James Eaton As Needed  S217
Class of 2025 SGA Sophomore Class Desiree Castillo As Needed Media Center
Class of 2026  SGA Freshman Class Felipe Maldonado & Lisa Snyder As Needed TBD
Clay Club Open studio environment that allows current class student and former students as well as peers to work in a collaborative studio environment. Students can work on independent project or studio class projects. Technique classes can be requested but not always guaranteed. One time fee of $20.00 for any participant not currently enrolled in the courses; fee covers all material and firing cost used. Felipe Maldonado Weekly: Tuesday & Thursday 1:45pm - 2:45pm  C117 (Ceramics Studio)
Creativity for a Cause Creativity for a Cause, or 'CFAC', is a club of creative students who are dedicated to making a change. We, using art and expression, work to raise money for Golisano Children's Hospital! The club meets on one Monday every month, in room E-105, though our first meeting will be held on Thursday the 8th of September. To make sure you receive updates, join our Google Classroom, the code is: n6yyu3a. We hope to see you at our next meeting!
Wendy Simon Monthly:  1st Monday  E105
Environmental Club Environmental Club is focused on encouraging awareness and an open conversation surrounding the impending effects of Climate Change, and how we as a student population can work to avoid them. We combat environmental struggles in our local community by hosting beach and road cleanups, and holding fundraisers for local environmental charities. Rebecca Hill Monthly: 1st Friday  S204
Future Business Leaders of America FBLA inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. TBD    
Future Educators of America This program provides a forum for students to become aware of career opportunities in education and nurtures their interest in teaching as a career. Tiffany Bucher Daily: DE Course E254 
Interact Interact is the high school version of Rotary. Interact clubs develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. Interact organizes at least two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding.  Lisa Snyder Bi-Weekly: 2nd and 4th Tuesday (6:30am - 6:55am)  M112
JROTC Drill Team Drill Team is a marching unit that performs routines based on military drill that competes at drill competitions throughout the course of the school year. All drill teams must exhibit skills of discipline, bearing, snap, command, and control in order to be competitive within each event. The drill team program for the cadet battalion participates in competitive events, parades and other activities demonstrating the talent, skill, organization and pride of the JROTC. SGM Hightower Weekly: Monday, Tuesday &Thursday  G110
JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl (JLAB) The JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl (JLAB) is an all-service national competition that culminates in the level III JLAB Championship in Washington, DC.
SGM Hightower & SFC Cluff Weekly: Tuesdays & Thursdays (2:00pm-3:00pm  G110
JROTC Raiders The raider team events consist the following: Cross Country rescue (team carries a 75 lb. simulated patient on a medical litter over a 1 mile course while carrying 25 lb. backpacks traversing obstacles), The Gauntlet (a team run for one mile with 25 lb. backpacks negotiating a few obstacles at the halfway mark), the One-Rope Bridge (the team constructs a rope bridge following detailed rules and are timed to compete), 3 KM run (a team run where members must start and finish together), and the Raider Physical Challenge (a sprint team obstacle course with mazes, lifts, jumps, carries, and crawls throughout). SFC Cluff Weekly: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday  G110
Key Club Key club is the high school version of Kiwanis. Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects, and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels. Mel Bowman Bi-Weekly:  2nd and 4th Monday Media Center
Lead Like A Woman Club is set up to encourage young women to take more significant leadership roles in their community/school, etc.  Kim Blakely Bi-Weekly: Every Other Friday  E124
Math Club / Mu Alpha Theta Math Team trains for and competes in different math competitions around the state. Mu Alpha Theta tutors other students for their math classes, ranging from Algebra 1 to Calculus, serving their school while also training their own math skills. Yanet Barrero & David Rode Bi-Weekly: Every Other Tuesday (1:35pm - 2:30pm)  E242
Medical Club Medical Club's goal is to enhance awareness in the field of science and medicine and promote health and happiness. Rebecca Hill Bi-Weekly: Every Other Monday S204 
Mock Trial Students take on the roles of attorneys and witnesses in mock civil and criminal legal issues. Participants gain experience and knowledge in areas including the stages of a trial, how to argue objections, and how to direct and cross examine a witness. TBD    
Model United Nations Model UN is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and its other multilateral bodies where students perform an ambassador role while debating topics such as gender equality, climate action, global health, and more. Students are able to compete against other students in conferences and in some circumstances win scholarships and other prizes. Tiffany Bucher Weekly: Tuesdays E254 
National Honor Society (NHS) The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the area of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921. Dawn Shilling Monthly: 3rd Monday Media Center
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) National Technical Honor Society honors, recognizes, and empowers students and teachers in Career & Technical Education. Wendy Simon Monthly: 1st Tuesday  E105
Paws & Claws Advocating and being the voices for animals in shelters and rescues. Lisa Skinner Monthly: 3rd Tuesday (1:45pm - 2:30pm)  E226
Pride Club GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) Club is dedicated to increasing community among LGBTQ+ students and supporting straight and cis gendered students and to improve communication and understanding among the student and staff with regard to gender and sexuality. Michael Andoscia Weekly: Mondays (1:45pm - 2:30pm) C116 
Rho Kappa Honor Society Rho Kappa is a nationally recognized Social Studies Honor Society in which students participate in the National History Day Fair. Danielle Correia Monthly: 2nd Friday  S246
Science Olympiad Science Olympiad competitions consist of a series of 23 science based team events including genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. James Eaton    
Student Government Association (SGA) Student Government Association (SGA) is open to all students to join. The student leaders work collectively to plan and implement activities that not only serve but also enrich the student body, the staff, and the community. The club offers students the opportunity to foster a variety of essential skills such as: Being proficient at planning, organizing, executing, and evaluating a variety of student activities, Establishing and carrying out goals and objectives for the student body, Creating and preserving a united student body, infused with pride and spirit, Setting a positive example for all students of North Fort Myers High School. Kim Blakely Monthy: 1st Tuesday  Cafeteria
Strive For Greatness Strives for Greatness is an opportunity for every student athlete to be able to accomplish academic success. Vivian Gomez Weekly: Tuesday & Thursdays (1:45pm - 3:00pm)  TBD
Technology Student Association The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). TSA chapter members work on competitive events, learn and apply leadership skills, and may attend conferences at the state, regional, and national levels. TSA chapters also are committed to a national service project. Mary James Bi-Weekly: Thursdays  E107
Thespians Competitive theatrical organization Janelle Laux Monthly: 1st Monday  Auditorium
Tri-M Music Honor Society A Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter opens up a world of opportunities for students who have already shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, they’ll develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in school and beyond. Sara Johnson-Scalisi Monthly: 1st Monday  A104 (Band Room)
U-Knighted Club To give special education students and general education students the opportunity to socialize and develop friendship. To develop- social and life skills necessary to maintain a close friendship. To give the opportunity to students to partner and mentor a student with disabilities. Miriam Keith Monthly: 1st Thursday  E132
Youth Alive Youth Alive is where young people choose to set their minds on things above (Colossian 3:1-2). They can spend time with fellow believers and serve the community. Everyone is welcome, so come find a family in Youth Alive! Jacqueline Curls Weekly: Thursdays (6:45am - 6:55am) S244
Youth in Government Youth in Government is a student-led model-government program that allows students to embody themselves in one of the three branches of government. The program's goals are to educate students on civic education and to inform students about different opportunities to serve. Stephenie Krum Weekly:  Mondays (1:45pm - 2:30pm)  E238
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