Clubs & Organizations

National Honor Society 

Students in grades 10, 11, or 12 who are interested in becoming National Honor Society members must complete theNHS Interest Form by February 10, 2023. To meet the scholarship criteria for NHS, students must have a current cumulative unweighted grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Students who complete the interest form by February 10 and meet the grade level and GPA criteria will receive additional candidate and teacher recommendation forms to complete and submit as part of the membership process. Please contact Mrs. Turek at [email protected] with any questions. Link to NHS Interest Form:

Become involved! Join one of our many clubs and organizations.

 Art Club  Mr. Hammer [email protected]
 Chess Club  Mr. Waters [email protected]    
 Dance Club  Ms. Duncan [email protected]    
 Drama Club  Ms. Banister [email protected] Meeting times will vary. Students participate in drama related field trips and activities. 
 Foreign Language Club  Ms. Stewart [email protected]    
 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)  Mr. Jackson [email protected]
 Ms. Jacobs [email protected]
Mtgs are usually held during Mr. Jackson's classes. FBLA High School is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America, Inc. FBLA High School helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational programs.
 Green Club  Ms. Ermine [email protected]    
 Intramural Sports Mr. Long [email protected]
Mr. Oliver [email protected]
Meeting times will vary. We participate in a variety of organized sports to stay active after the school day.
 LGBTQIA Club      
 Literary Magazine  Ms. Butler [email protected]    
 Mentoring (Female) "Sisters of Synergy"  Ms. DaCosta [email protected]
 Ms. Hunt-Reynolds [email protected]
 Dr. Wood [email protected]
 Mentoring (Male) "The Initiative"      
 Mock Trial Ms. Lewis [email protected] Tuesdays 2:45-3:30/Thursdays 2:45-3:30 Mock Trial is a competition where students simulate a real trial. It is an organization where students build strong research and critical thinking skills. Students develop research tactics and study habits. And most of all this is the place for those who love a healthy argument and public speaking!
 Model United Nations (UN)
 National Art Honor Society (NAHS)  Mr. Hammer [email protected]    
 National Honor Society (NHS) Ms. Turek [email protected]
Ms. Khan [email protected]
Thursday (once per month), 2:30-3:30, room 409 The National Honor Society is an organization of high school students who demonstrate exemplary standards in four areas: academic scholarship, school and community service, leadership, and character. Students in grades ten through twelve are eligible for membership. For the scholarship criterion, a student must have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Each spring, those students who meet the grade level and GPA criteria are encouraged to apply for membership by submitting Candidate Information Forms and teacher recommendations, which provide the faculty council with information regarding the candidate’s leadership and service. Based on an evaluation of these forms, new candidates are inducted into NHS each spring. **Please note: The New Town High School Chapter of NHS is NOT affiliated with the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS).
 Robotics  Mr. Cornthwaite [email protected]    
 School Store      
 Student Government Association (SGA)  Ms. Spencer [email protected]    
 Service Learning  Ms. Randall [email protected]    
 Titan Leader Ambassadors (TLA)  Ms. Spencer [email protected]    (seniors only)
 Titan TV  Ms. Zavaljevski [email protected]    (juniors and seniors only)
 Yearbook Ms. Banister [email protected] Wednesdays 2:30-3:30; locations may vary Students design and produce the school's annual yearbook.