Clubs/Activities

Introduction

At Huron High School, we offer several extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations. In addition, we offer opportunities to participate in the performing arts and athletics. Huron High School has something for everyone. All students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities.

We have a sincere belief that extracurricular activities, sports, and clubs help students make connections between their lives and the classroom. In many ways, these offerings add deeper layers to students' overall educational experiences. We are proud of our extracurricular programs, and we encourage you to explore our offerings listed below.

Whether students are interested in band, athletics, clubs, or service opportunities, Huron High School has something for everyone.

Clubs/Extracurricular


  • American History Club

  • Ultimate Frisbee Club

  • Art Club
    Anyone interested in art may join, not only those currently enrolled in an art class.

  • Chiefs for Christ
    Bible study and Christian student organization.

  • French Club
    Students meet, discuss French culture and participate in fundraisers for various activities.

  • Auditorium Tech Crew
    Students interested in working behind the scenes in the theatre must see auditorium manager. The crew works all shows and programs that take place in the auditorium.

  • Band
    While band is considered a credit course in the curriculum, it also is a performing organization and makes public appearances throughout the school year.

  • Color Guard
    The color guard performs with the marching band.  Tryouts for this group take place in the spring.

  • Drama Club
    An opportunity to get involved in the school plays. Includes auditions, rehearsals, performances, technical support and props running for two productions each year.

  • National Honor Society
    Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who meet the national requirements of scholarship, service, leadership and character may apply.  Complete policy for application is available in both offices.

  • Outdoor Challenge
    Students have an organizational meeting each fall and participate in a variety of hiking, canoeing and camping experiences.
  • S.A.D.D
    Students Against Drunk Driving is a group organized to increase student awareness about illegal teen drinking and driving.  Leadership and peer resistance skills are taught.

  • Spanish Club
    Students meet, discuss Spanish culture and participate in fundraisers for various activities.

  • Student Council
    Student Council provides leadership for the student body with officers and representatives from each grade level. They meet regularly to discuss school issues and activities.
  • Ecology Club
    Students engage in a variety of activities centered around the improvement of our environment within our community.

  • Quiz Bowl
    Students compete against teams of other students answering academic questions.

  • Writing Club
    The Writing Club works with new writers giving them meaningful feedback on their personal writing. The Writing Club also helps seasoned writers with the submission process. During meetings members read aloud writing projects and get feedback regarding revision, dialogue, voice development, details and craft.
  • GSA
    Gay-Straight-Alliance is a club that brings together LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered, questioning) and straight students to support each other as well as provide a safe place to socialize and create a platform for discussion to fight homophobia and transphobia.
  • Ancient History Club
    Huron Ancient History Club (twitter.com/Huron_AHC) provides an opportunity for students to learn about the origins of ancient civilizations and myths, their influence on people throughout history, and how they have provided a foundation for humanity. Meetings are held bi-monthly with an annual field trip to a local museum.
  • For the Board Game Club
    The club meets regularly to play strategy games, word games, party games, card games, and classics. Bring your own game or choose from our library. All experience levels are welcome.
  • Teens Read
    Teens Read is a book club that meets once a month. Students choose a book to read and then meet the following month to discuss it.

Sports


The following are sporting activities categorized by season. All students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities. Click here for the Athletic website.

Fall Sports Winter Sports Spring Sports
Football Boys' Basketball Baseball
Girls' Swimming Hockey Softball
Girls' Cross Country Wrestling Girls' Soccer
Boys' Cross Country Girls' Basketball Girls' Track
Equestrain Team (Club) Competitive Cheer Boys' Track
Girls Golf Boys' Swimming Boy's Golf
Volleyball Bowling Girls' Tennis
Sideline Cheerleading
Boys' Soccer

Students are expected to leave the building once the club, activity, dance, or sport that they are participating in concludes. Students are not permitted to roam the building unattended without the supervision of a coach or sponsor.

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