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Wildcats Clubs and Programs
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ANIME
Meetings are held twice a month on Tuesdays after school (2:30-5:00) in the library. Members have an opportunity to screen new anime films, discuss and learn about other cultures, and socialize with others with similar interests.
Sandy Ing
 
Associated Student Body Paula Smith
 
Associated Student Body - 10th Grade Terry Dailey
Jodi Mitchell
 
Associated Student Body - 11th Grade Katharine Wiggins
Frances McKillip
 
Associated Student Body - 12th Grade Paula Smith
Karen Sullivan
 
Associated Student Body - 9th Grade Tabitha Cook
Ashley Karch
 
Black History Club  
Café Hispano
Café Hispano will meet once a month after school from 2:30-3:30pm Room J103; at times, the meetings may be until 4:30pm pending on activity planned.
Frances McKillip
 
Clarksville High Literary Magazine
The Literary Magazine staff publishes an annual anthology of CHS students’ original poetry, short stories, and artwork. Students may apply for club membership in the fall. (Meets after school)
LoriAnne Williams
 
Cosmetology Skills USA
This is a professional society deigned for students and run by students. SkillsUSA is for students who are enrolled in career technical and service programs. SkillsUSA is dedicated to building futures, by offering training in leadership that will better prepare students for the world of work. CHS Cosmetology remains active in accordance to the national plan of work. Participating in regional, state and national events. Dues are $13.
Chandra Stokes
 
Drama Club
The purpose is to provide cast and crews for all major class, touring, and individual theater arts performances throughout the year. Major activities include a fall and spring production, the Miss CHS Pageant, one act festival and lip sync competition. Membership is open to 9-12 graders who stay involved in club meetings and projects and pay dues of $10.
Barbara Wesner
 
FCCLA
The purpose is to promote family, careers, and the community. Major activities include fund raising for Walk America, Cancer Drive, and A Day with the Arts, Parents’ Night, nursing home visits, Salvation Army aid, and Safe house activities. Membership is open to any past or current home economics student. Dues are $20.
Lauren Brown
 
Fellowship of Christian Athletics
To present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
 
Future Business Leaders of America Mitzi McKay
Diarese George
 
Future Farmers of America
The purpose is to promote leadership, cooperation, citizenship, and recreational activities of agricultural students. Major activities include contests in parliamentary procedure, public speaking, agricultural mechanics, dairy and livestock, crops at the local, regional and state levels, state and national conventions. Membership is open to agricultural students with meetings being held during class periods and called meeting for special events. Dues are $10.
George Badon
 
Gamers Guild
Twice a month (when possible)on Fridays, members meet in the library, bringing their games and systems for a little friendly competition. Members must have a parental permission form on file. If members bought a t-shirt and have it in their possession, they will not be required to pay membership dues. If competition is canceled due to weather, it will not be rescheduled.
Sandy Ing
 
HOPE
The purpose of the Hope Club is to assist those in need. We believe in doing whatever it takes to reach our goal. We strive to do extreme tasks so we can challenge ourselves, the community and those we support to do what most claim to be impossible. We strive to push ourselves to improve our minds, bodies and spirits daily. Membership dues are $5.00.
Frances McKillip
 
Interact
The purpose is to promote school, community and international service activities. Major activities include the making and distribution of Thanksgiving baskets, volunteering with Barksdale Elementary’s Field Day and adopting Christmas Angels. Membership is open to second semester freshmen and students in grades 10-12 who have a grade average of 86% with no grade below a 75%.
 
International Thespian Society
The purpose is to maintain and promote the advancement of the standard of excellence in theatre arts. Major productions, class productions, and touring productions are the major activities of this organization. Membership is gained by earning points through participation in theater activities and being selected for membership. Dues are $25 for a lifetime membership open to all grade levels.
Barbara Wesner
 
JROTC Raider Team
Only students enrolled in JROTC are eligible to join.
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Junior Civitan
Junior Civitan is an Internationally chartered community service organization for students. At CHS, Junior Civitan members participate in a wide range of school and community service projects. Each year, CHS Junior Civitan tries to sponsor at least one of each of the following types of service: fundraiser drives, volunteer labor activities, awareness campaigns, and collection drives. Sponsors: Karen Sullivan & Jodi Mitchell/ Membership Dues $20.00/ Enrollment is open to all CHS 9th-12th graders
Karen Sullivan
Jodi Mitchell
 
Junior Classical League
For Latin students and those interested in the language and culture. Contact Mr. Long for more information
Edward Long
 
Key Club
The purpose is to gain leadership skills and to provide service to the school and the community. Major activities include Kiwanis with community activities such as the rodeo, pancake breakfast, Christmas events; the school events include Red Cross Blood Drive, Homecoming Bonfire, and Campus Beautification. Membership is open to 10-12 graders who make application and have teacher recommendation. Dues are $20 per year.
Jaime Bonilla
 
Math Team Jordis McNamara
Paula Smith
 
Mock Trial
Team members serve as either lawyers or witnesses in a case written by the Tennessee Bar Association. Winning the local competition gives the team the opportunity to advance to the state and national Mock Trial tournaments.
Roy Buchanan
 
Model United Nations
A YMCA program, students brainstorm with teammates to research a country as well as to identify, debate, and propose solutions for real-world problems. Work is presented at a state-wide conference attended by public and private schools.
Roy Buchanan
 
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is a NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL AND TWO-YEAR COLLEGE MATHEMATICS HONOR SOCIETY. Anyone can be a member of the math club, but there are two levels of the club-associate membership and full membership in Mu Alpha Theta. To be inducted into Mu Alpha Theta as a full member, student must have an 85 average in all math classes and be enrolled in at least algebra II. Service hours and activities are required of each member. Dues are $5 for associate membership and $15 for full membership.
Paula Smith
Jordis McNamara
 
National Honor Society
NHS is an academic honor society that recruits candidates from the 10th and 11th grade each January and inducts new members each April. NHS members are required to maintain a high standards of excellence in Leadership, Scholarship, Citizenship, and Service. Membership is determined by the NHS Faculty Council. Once inducted into membership, NHS members will complete 18 hours of volunteer service annually. In addition, NHS members must attend a monthly mandatory meeting on the second in-school Wednesday of every month from 6:30-7:15 AM.
Karen Sullivan
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Pep Club Ashley Karch
 
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
The Alejandro Tapia y Rivera Chapter is a nationally recognized honor society. It is open to any students in Spanish III and IV who have a 3.0 overall and a 3.5 in Spanish. Students must be an active member of the Spanish Club and complete 15 hours of Spanish related service hours. Meetings are held before or after school as needed and the dues are $15.00
Jonathan Allen
 
Speech Club
If you enjoy public speaking, acting in plays, reading poetry, telling stories, debating ideas and gaining skills that will impress colleges and employers, then you are interested in the Speech Club. Speech Club members get the opportunity to compete in tournaments, participate in congresses and conferences and explore careers as diverse as law, politics, and international affairs.
Roy Buchanan
 
Student 2 Student
By mentoring new students, S2S Ambassadors strive to spread the Wildcat Spirit while attempting to ease confusion associated with acclimating to a new school. S2S Club Liaisons help to keep everyone updated about upcoming events and activities to encourage involvement in the school community; in addition, S2S Organization Members organize and host special social events to encourage students mingle with new peer groups.
Karen Sullivan
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Technology Student Association
"The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more. The diversity of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student. From engineers to business managers, our alumni credit TSA with a positive influence on their lives." Annual dues are $15.
John Froboese
 
Tri-M
An international music honor society for high school students that motivates and recognizes musical achievement. The CHS Chapter is open to juniors and seniors by invitation through selections made by a committee of music teachers and student officers. Students must be active in the music department and indicate the interest in music above and beyond the classroom requirements. Emphasis is placed on solo-ensemble performance and learning about various kinds of music.
Robbin Johnston
Stella McKnight
 
Volunteer Reading Club
More than just a club; it's a competition. Students are encouraged to read as many of the 24 nominated Volunteer State Books as possible in an effort to win great prizes. The list of next year's books is available on our link. Get a drop on the competition and start reading today!
Beth Frerking
 
Wildcat Band
Assistant Director: Janet Cook.
Robbin Johnston
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Yearbook Club (Staff)
The Yearbook Club is an organization developed to design and produce the Clarksville High yearbook, The Wildcat. The staff consists of hardworking and dedicated students willing to do a variety of activities that require time outside of class and school. Activities include: develop a theme, design cover and create a ladder, organize sales distribution of the book and sell advertising, finalize completed pages on the computer and meet publication deadlines. Students must have an interest in both the issues of school life and photography. Recommended Prerequisite: By teacher recommendation.
Dusti Boone
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