Clover Hill High School

Chesterfield County Public Schools

ACADEMIC CLUBS

ClubSponsor/ContactDescription/Overview:
Academic TeamVince Ikley - [email protected]Academic Team (AKA Quizbowl): Trivia competition on such subjects as history, literature and art, science, mathematics, pop culture, sports. Teams compete with other high schools in tournaments throughout Central Virginia. We also send teams to compete in WTVR 6 Battle of the Brains competitions. Practices are divided between Varsity (11-12 grades) and Junior Varsity (Grades 9 and 10). No fees.
ACS Chem ClubDavide D’Urbino - [email protected]The ACS Chem Club is a place for students to cultivate their love of chemistry beyond the classroom. We have a focus on experiment demonstrations and student-led activities.
Anime OrchestraJustin Williams - [email protected]
Art GuildJaime Barnett, Haley Ferguson - [email protected], [email protected]Art Guild welcomes all students interested in being involved with the art community at CHHS, whether or not they are enrolled in an art class. Our purpose is to give everyone an opportunity to make art by participating in creative activities! We meet once a quarter to make projects for fun with our peers or to volunteer for local organizations to promote the arts in our school and community.
Astronomy ClubNick Braun - [email protected]Keep up to date on current events such as the Artemis Mission, rocket launches, exploration of Mars and other celestial events! The club meets several times a year for starwatches to explore the night sky with telescopes. The club meets once a month and incorporates NASA activities that promote STEM and critical thinking. Come by Room 011 or email Mr. Braun ([email protected]) or Mrs. Huber ([email protected]) with any questions.
AV ClubAmanda Berneche - [email protected]Video students or anyone interested in being part of a film team get together to create films.
Beta ClubCarrie Setina, Sally Lewis, Scott Monroe, Michelle Jamieson, Judy Adkins - [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Books and BitesHeidi Williams - [email protected]Books & Bites is the Library Book Club. We meet once a month to discuss a particular book genre and eat lunch together in the library. Students do not have to sign up in advance, just show up with your "Bites" and we’ll discuss "Books."
Champions Together Michelle Jameison - [email protected]Dedicated to promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences, Unified Sports® joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. It was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding. Unified Sports® teams are made up of an approximately equal number of athletes (people with intellectual disabilities) and Unified Partners (people without intellectual disabilities). Our Unified teams dramatically increase inclusion in the community, using sports to help break down barriers that have historically kept people apart. Teams are made up of people of similar age and ability, which makes practices more fun and games more challenging and exciting for all.
Chesapeake Bay ClubKimberly Bender - [email protected]This club raises trout in the classroom and releases them in the South River in Waynesboro. Learning how water quality and environmental factors affect the trout and ALL species. This leads to conservation efforts surrounding all waters that feed into the Chesapeake Bay and the OYSTER restoration project related to our shell collection bin on site…THE ONLY ONE IN OUR ENTIRE COUNTY. We collect shells from restaurants around the county and the CBF empties our bin (twice this year) and those shells build an oyster reef in the bay. To date we have provided a habitat for over 300,000 new baby oysters!
Creative Writer’s ClubDan Waidelich - [email protected]If you love to write, this is the space for you. The Creative Writing Club is a community that meets weekly to write, share work with one another, and grow our skills as writers. Personal essays, short stories, poetry - we love it all! One of the values of the club is support. Members are there for each other, whether it’s to proofread something or to support you in any of your other pursuits at Clover Hill.
Cross AliveGail Kline - [email protected]Cross Alive is an opportunity for students of all faiths to come together for a time of music, devotion, and prayer.
Cursive ClubDave Goobic - [email protected]This club is for everyone from beginners to experienced penpersons. Learn the cursive alphabet, different styles of script, and help to transcribe documents. The structure is flexible and friendly. Indeed, this isn’t just a club, it’s a family.
Debate Hunter Clark - [email protected]Clover Hill participates in three different formats of debate: Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Student Congress. You pick the type that best fits your interests. Lincoln-Douglas debate involves 2 people arguing over conflicting values and philosophies over a certain issue. Public Forum Debate is a two-person team event that advocates or rejects a position posed by the monthly resolution topic. In Student Congress, high school students imitate the U.S. Congress by debating bills.
DECACornelius Thomas - [email protected]DECA is a co-curricular organization that is available to Marketing students at Clover Hill High. Technically, all Marketing or Economic students are automatically eligible to become members of the school chapter of DECA. However, we encourage everyone to become active member in DECA by paying $25 dues to become a state and national DECA member.
Environmental ClubShelley Huber - [email protected]Environmental Club is a group of students interested in the stewardship of the Earth and its resources. The team of students have launched and supported the CHHS recycling effort and the TREX challenge spearheaded by the Exceptional Ed students. The Environmental Club has conducted environmental awareness activities such as campus cleanups, bird feeder construction and sponsored environmental-related activities during Earth Week.
EnvirothonShelley Huber - [email protected]Envirothon is an academic team which competes against area Envirothon teams and is sponsored by the James River Soil and Water Conservation District. The 5-person team consists of students who excel and compete in the areas of Aquatics, Wildlife, Soils, Forestry and the annual Special Topic Presentation. The students compete against other high school teams sponsored by other Soil and Water Conservation Districts around the state in the Spring.
ForensicsJessica Fout - [email protected]
French ClubMaddie Lewis - [email protected]French Club meets once a month to expand their study of and embrace the French culture. We do scavenger hunts, watch French movies and other fun cultural activities to enhance our understanding.
Fuzion Step TeamAlyssa Rosenbloom - [email protected]
German ClubKyle Rempies - [email protected]German club is designed for former and current German students to expand their study and love of all things German. Every meeting is designed to do fun things like movie days, German food days, making gingerbread houses and yet learn more about the German language, culture and history at the same time. We typically meet once a month and dues are only $5.00.
Girl Power GrantsCaity Gladstone-Mueller - [email protected]This group is designed to fundraise money and choose a charity to donate it to - often a charity that empowers young women. In the last 4 or 5 years, they’ve donated tens of thousands (all of the local chapters combined).
Green Hot Chili Peppers Pep BandBrianna Gatch - [email protected]This pep ensemble is open to all CHHS students who play an instrument - orchestra, piano, guitar, bass, and drum set students included! No audition is required and students who are not enrolled in a band class are encouraged to participate! Students will have the opportunity to participate in Spirit Walks around the school, stand performances at all boys’ home basketball games, and at home Medford games. Pep Ensemble season runs from December-February. A participation fee is required.
GSAJessica Fout - [email protected]
History ClubMichael Bell - [email protected]The National History Honor Society (NHHS) and National History Club (NHC) are two of the outstanding organizations available at Clover Hill High School. This organization exists to expand the interest and range of historical knowledge within and beyond the established humanities curriculum. Membership in the NHHS and NHC shall be open to any Clover Hill High School student who is interested in learning and writing about the humanities and social sciences through unique extracurricular avenues. Membership in the National History Honor Society will be open to juniors and seniors only. All freshmen and sophomore students interested in more active humanities involvement within Clover Hill High School will be given the opportunity to join the National History Club which will be a subset of the National History Honor Society. Activities of the National History Club will typically coincide with National History Honor Society programs.
Indoor PercussionBrianna Gatch - [email protected]This school year, we are hoping to kick off our inaugural year of Indoor Percussion offered in the Winter season of November-March. This is a competitive percussion group who prepares a themed show and competes in local competitions. Indoor percussion is run by a percussion staff who teach students how to perform on different percussion instruments such as snare, tenor, bass drum, auxiliary, and mallets. Auditions for Indoor Percussion will take place in November. A participation fee and purchase of uniform is required.
Japanese ClubDavid Tuskey - [email protected]We are a culture club that supports the Richmond VA sister city affiliation between RVA and Saitama City, Japan. Club activities range from basic language and writing to celebrations of various holidays in Japan. We also watch movies, eat foods, and enjoy learning about everything that is Japan. Each March (well, USUALLY) CHHS students host a group from our sister school and each June we travel to Japan.
Key ClubJessica Pollard/Kathy Coats - [email protected], [email protected]
Latin ClubErin Michaud - [email protected]Latin Club is open to current and previous Latin students. We meet once a month to participate in activities that celebrate classical traditions and the Latin language. Our membership typically reaches over 60 members and is highly active. Members who are interested are invited to attend Virginia’s Latin Convention in the fall with over 1000 students from across the state.
LEAD ClubAndy Brown - [email protected]LEAD students expand their views of themselves, their school, and their community, build empathy, leadership and independence and understand that through their individual actions they make a positive difference in the lives of others. The CHHS LEAD Club focuses on growing as a leader by providing community service opportunities and engaging community speakers. Info can be found on Instagram on @chhsleadclub
Marching BandBrianna Gatch - [email protected]This elite student ensemble is open to all students who are enrolled in any band class. No audition is required of wind players, though students must be enrolled in a band class to participate. Color Guard and Percussion auditions will take place in May of the previous school year. Students will have the opportunity to participate in Spirit Walks around the school, stand performances at home football games, a themed half-time performance each football game, and participate in many marching band competitions and events. Summer band camp is required, along with after school practices and performances. Marching Band season runs from August-October. A participation fee and uniform fee is required.
Model CongressErin Michaud - [email protected]
Mu Alpha Theta (Math National Honor Society)Jennifer Soldan & Katie Rose - [email protected]; [email protected]Mu Alpha Theta members pledge to challenge themselves mathematically and strive to stimulate a deeper interest in mathematics at Clover Hill High School and beyond. Membership requirements include attendance at meetings, tutoring 3 hours per semester, and participating in at least one math competition each year.
Photo ClubAmanda Berneche - [email protected]Students hangout and do photo projects after school or during Cav Morning. We also take faculty portraits in the winter and in the spring to earn money for our community projects.
Piano ClubKevin Carpenter - [email protected]
Programming TeamBrian DeLeon - [email protected]The Programming Team is all about finding creative solutions to a variety of problems. Team members thrive from exchanging ideas in small groups. The final step is the creation of a program that solves the given problem. Every year team members also prepare for a number of local and virtual competitions.
Quote Wall ClubJennifer Soldan - [email protected]
Relay For LifeNolan Doyle - [email protected]This club raises money for the non profit organization Relay for Life. The group participates in the Chesterfield County Relay Event in the Spring.
Robotics Club
Rock Climbing ClubErin Michaud - [email protected]Rock Climbing Club is open to all students interested in climbing. We meet once a week at Peak Experiences in Midlothian and climb for two hours. Previously we have met on Monday afternoons from 4:30-6:30. No experience or commitment is required. Peak Experiences offers discounted student memberships that include free rentals during club time.
Running ClubKevin Carpenter/Jim Wahrman - [email protected]
SCAHaley Ferguson/Rachel Principe - [email protected], [email protected]SCA is an opportunity for student leadership on a school-wide level. SCA officers are a voice for the students and work to create opportunities for school-wide events, fundraisers, as well as community outreach and service projects.
Show ChoirRachel Snyder - [email protected]https://youtu.be/OPdiHEexl24
Spanish ClubJulia Perrow - [email protected]The Spanish Club is open to students currently enrolled in any level of Spanish. We typically meet once a month to enjoy fun activities like games, crafts, food and more! Dues are only $5.
Theatre on the HillCarli Wilkerson - [email protected]Theatre on the Hill is Clover Hill High School’s award winning theatre program. Revamped in 2017, under the direction of Mrs. Carli Wilkerson, with the much needed assistance of Mr. Andy Brown, Theatre on the Hill produces two top notch main stage shows every year, as well as competes each year in the VHSL one act competition. TOTH offers a span of performance classes, including Theatre 1-4 and a Musical Theatre workshop. We also offer a production class, where students learn how to build, paint, sew, produce and how to run a show backstage. Theatre on the Hill is much more than just your average theatre department, it is a family of some amazingly talented young students and we hope that you will join us for the next four years on this journey!
TSASean O’Hare - [email protected]Technology Student Association. For juniors and seniors In CTE Tech Drawing Classes. Participate in problem solving competitions and 3D printing projects.
Winter GuardBrianna Gatch - [email protected]Indoor Winter Guard is an indoor color guard experience offered in the Winter season of November-March. This is a competitive color guard group who prepares a themed show and competes in local competitions. Winter guard is run by a color guard staff who teach students how to perform on different forms of equipment such as rifle, flag, and saber. Auditions for Indoor Winter Guard will take place in November. A participation fee and purchase of uniform is required.
Young ConservativesKyle Remppies - [email protected]The Young Conservatives Club is a place for students with conservative political values to meet and discuss current political events.Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in the discussions. We are also actively involved in performing community service and supporting our Veterans. We typically meet 1-2 times a month and there are no dues!

Academic Team

Vince Ikley
[email protected]

Academic Team (AKA Quizbowl): Trivia competition on such subjects as history, literature and art, science, mathematics, pop culture, sports. Teams compete with other high schools in tournaments throughout Central Virginia. We also send teams to compete in WTVR 6 Battle of the Brains competitions. Practices are divided between Varsity (11-12 grades) and Junior Varsity (Grades 9 and 10). No fees.

ACS Chem Club

Davide D’Urbino
[email protected]

The ACS Chem Club is a place for students to cultivate their love of chemistry beyond the classroom. We have a focus on experiment demonstrations and student-led activities.

Art Guild

Jaime Barnett, [email protected]
Haley Ferguson, [email protected]

Art Guild welcomes all students interested in being involved with the art community at CHHS, whether or not they are enrolled in an art class. Our purpose is to give everyone an opportunity to make art by participating in creative activities! We meet once a quarter to make projects for fun with our peers or to volunteer for local organizations to promote the arts in our school and community.

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National Art Honor Society

 

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