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Art Club-Ms. Barazzone and Ms. Fronczek
The mission is to create a safe, inclusive arts centered environment for all to gather to discuss, share, create and celebrate personal, community and global art projects.
PURPOSE: to bring together a diverse group of students with the aim of allowing them to recognize and positively appreciate both their similarities and differences. This club seeks to foster a further feeling of "belonging" to their school culture. This will be accomplished through sharing the joint making of art projects such as public art, art club t-shirts, and school culture art--such as floats for homecoming.
Book of the Month Club- Mr. Kyer
Promote and expand the literary experience among high school students as they prepare for their academic careers, encouraging expansive reading and discussion of important books and their themes, ideas, and use of language. Broaden intellectual horizons through reading a variety of books that are often required college reading; meet more friends who read; encourage reading in a time when people don't read as much; develop familiarity with different types genres; discover new authors.
Mission: Preparing emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in the fields of marketing, finance, hospitality and management.
Environmental Sustainability Club- Mr. Robinson
Mission: Encourage the reduction of UHS' carbon footprint through the collection of recyclables at UHS, and the planning and execution of local community service projects.
Future Farmers of America- Whitney Porter Lenhart
The FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Future Physicians of America- Mrs. Brown
To encourage and support those who endeavor to meet the challenges of becoming physicians.
HSTA- Mrs. Simmons
HSTA is a club partnered with the state's land grant institutions to encourage aspirations, open doors, and empower minority and underrepresented students and rural communities. The goal of HSTA is to help increase the number of African American and underrepresented students in WV (and our school in particular) pursue degrees in college in health science and STEM fields.
Interact Club- Mrs. Oldaker
This is a Rotary sponsored community service club. The purpose states: Take action, build international understanding, and make new friends around the world. Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. We plan community service projects that support our school, our community, and our world.
Manga Club- Mrs. Cottrill
The goal and purpose of the Manga Club is to promote reading for enjoyment, enrich student lives through cultural diversity, and to create a friendly atmosphere for students to bond through the unique common genre within the school culture and beyond.
Mu Alpha Theta- Mrs. Thorn and Mrs. Thomas
Recognizes students with outstanding academic achievement in Math Education courses.
National Honor Society-Mrs. Farley
Recognize students with superb academic achievement, character, leadership, and service.
Pep Club- Mrs. Beatty
To encourage a stronger fan participation in the student activities
Prom Committee- Mrs. Eades and Mrs. Young
The mission is to imagine, create, and bring to life an amazing Prom.
Raze- Mrs. Ernstes
The RAZE mission is to educate students on the dangers of tobacco. Students participate in commotions and make presentations in health classes at UHS and 4th grade classes in Monongalia County.
Social Debate Club- Mr. Bragg
Purpose: A debate club of this sort at UHS would serve many important purposes. Firstly, it would allow students who are interested in debate or public speaking to enjoy those activities along with their peers. Additionally, the club should be an opportunity for individuals who want to become more informed about our chosen topics (or more specifically the student view point on these topics) to come and hear the students defend their points of view. Lastly, it would teach UHS students about the importance of avoiding closed-minded thinking and embracing the idea of reasoned disagreement. This is perhaps the most important function of the informal debate club. One of the biggest reasons we live in a divided world today is because nobody is willing to respectfully approach disagreements. If this club could do any single thing successfully, we would hope that it would show students that two people can have polarized opinions, and could share their thoughts with one another without damaging their mutual respect.
The Emmaus Road- Mr. Morgan
The Emmaus Road's mission is to systematically take members from little or no knowledge of the Bible to a fuller understanding of it's teachings and to encourage those students to put those principles into positive, every day practice.
TSA, Technology Student Association/VEX- Mrs. Oiler
The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intra-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs.
UHS Pride- Mr. Eberlein
We are UHS-PRIDE; it is our mission to provide a safe and confidential space for all students to explore and support all sexual and gender identities, to create a more inclusive environment for all students at UHS, and to open dialogue within the wider student body around issues of sexual and gender identity and inclusion.