Student Groups / Activities

Organizations

19 - 20 DISTRICT SPONSORED SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS
 

Student Leadership


Student Council

Advisors: Shannon Beck and Vince Davis

Student Council members are responsible for organizing activities throughout the school which include the Homecoming parade, dance, and spirit days, Philanthropy week, Teacher Appreciation Week, and hosting our District Spring Convention among other things. We meet on Wednesdays from 5:00-6:00. Applications are available at the beginning of each semester.

2.0 Minimum GPA Required

Application Required

Officer positions available

Meets on Wednesdays

Open to all grades 

Dues required 




National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society

Advisor: Marianne Zamor

National Junior Honor Society (9) - NJHS and National Honor Society (10-12) – NHS is an organization dedicated to serving the school and community. Membership is based on scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Students who have maintained a 3.5 or greater GPA since the ninth grade will receive applications to apply for membership. Not everyone who applies is accepted. Once inducted, a member pays $10.00 in annual dues and must do 10 hours of service per semester. Meetings are the first Thursday of every month. Members must attend meetings or they are required to do three hours of additional school service for every meeting missed.

Application Required

Dues required 

Officer position available 

Must have a Cumulative GPA 3.5

Meets the first Thursday of every month.


Student Mentor - Unified Club

 Advisor: Stephani Barger

This is a full year opportunity to interact with, develop social learning activities for and play Unified sports with our special needs students.

 2.0 Minimum GPA Required

Application Required

Officer positions available 

Meets on Thursdays

Dues required

Open to all grades 


Junior Board

Advisor: Tina Mayfield

The Junior Board is responsible for planning all aspectsof the OHS prom, including choosing the theme, decorations, souvenirs, and selling tickets. Other activities include participating in the homecoming parade and the angel tree. Meetings will be held as

needed both semesters and all communication is through Remind.

Must be in 11th grade

Meets as needed

Application Required

Officer positions available 


Senior Board

Advisor: Tricia Smith and Tiffanie Palmer

Senior Board meets on Tuesdays at lunch (or whatever day suits the Board) and helps plan and orchestrate Mr. & Miss OHS, the Senior Picnic, Grad Bash, Commencement 

and fundraisers to support these activities.

Must be in 12th grade

Application Required

Officer Positions Available 

Meets on Tuesdays at lunch


Interact/Rotary Club

Advisor: Mrs. Boultinghouse 

This is a club teaching all who want to join about leadership, trust, and friendship. The club will meet twice a month @ 3-3:45 in room 236 on the East campus. Snacks will be provided. We will have group discussion and activities.  

Officer positions available

Open to all grades

Meets twice a month after school in E236

 

Ram Freedom Council

Advisor: Melissa Jackson

This group gives OHS students the opportunity to serve our military men and women.   We will serve those that are currently going through basic training and those that have been deployed with letters and care packages.  We want to serve former OHS graduates, and those service members of family members of our students and staff. 

Open to all grades


STEM


Idea Lab Student Advisory Committee

Advisor: Melinda Gallagher

We meet once a month to discuss activities, contests, ideas, etc. for the Idea Lab. These students should learn to use the 3D printer, the VR, etc. and be willing to teach and promote them to other students. We have met in the past on Fridays during lunches. Next years meeting time is up to the group.

Meets periodically

Application Required

Officer positions available 

*Needs 6 students to be an Idea Lab aide that would

also be apart of the group.

Open to all grades


STEM Club

Advisor: Shannon Chatwin

We meet in Room 215 on the 1st and 4th Tuesday and the 3rd Tuesday is often an optional activity. We focus on STEM activities and sometimes competitions.

 Meets on the 1st and 4th Tuesday in E215 and the 3rd Tuesday is often an optional activity.

Officer position available 

Open to all grades 


FTC Robotics

Advisor: William Smith

Robotics is an activity that is offered at the high school. To be involved in robotics a student must also be enrolled in the robotics course at the high school. In the course students will learn how to design, CAD, wire, program, and ultimately build robots that will compete in the First Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics competition. Owasso High School’s team name is PIXEL. At competitions teams compete against other teams in

completing a task given by the FTC. Teams are judged on how their robot does in competition and team presentations along with many other elements that are part of the FTC. During the competition season we stay after school on Mondays and Thursdays (tentatively) to build and practice. Competitions take place on weekends and the state tournament is held at SWOSU. Must be enrolled in Robotics

During the competition season they stay after

school on Mondays and Thursdays.

Dues required

Officer positions available

Open to all grades 

Must be enrolled in Robotic


Walkabout STEM club

Advisor: Shannon Chatwin

Once a month usually on a 3rd Tuesday we go on a walkabout to some cool destination in the Tulsa area (Zoo, Aquarium, Oxley Nature etc) A permission form and sometimes entry fee may be needed.

For Texts send @walkab to 81010

Meets on the third Tuesday of each month in E215

Officer positions available

Open to all grades 


AdVenture Crew

Advisor: Shannon Chatwin

We are an outdoor club associated with Scouts BSA. We do all kinds of outdoor activities! And usually go camping etc! We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays

Meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays in E215

Application required 

Officer positions available 

Open to all grades

Dues required 


Marine Biology Club

Advisor: Courtney Robison

This club is for anyone interested in Marine Biology and the ocean. We meet after school the first and third Tuesdays every month in room 266 to hear guest speakers, do special projects, learn about the marine aquariums in the classroom, and go on field trips!

Meets after school the first and third Tuesdays

every month.

Dues required 

Open to all grades 


TSA

More info to come


Owasso eSports

Advisor: Mr. Jackson

eSports is targeted towards those who have a love towards video games.  We want to promote the activity and recognize those who possess skills in it to compete with our competitive team against other schools.  We also have a recreational group who just enjoy playing for fun and want to utilize time to bond with those playing games.

Meets every Thursday in the East Library at 3pm

Open to all grades

  

Academic Challenge


Mock Trial

Advisor: Dr. Dustin Devore

Mock Trial practices Tuesday, Thursday, and sometimes on the weekends to participate in a court case scenario in courthouses across Oklahoma. Cases alternate as civil and criminal cases and each student is a “witness” or “attorney” for a particular side or both.

 Meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm - 8pm

Open to all grades 


Speech & Debate

Advisor:  Cailey Walker 

Team members compete at area high schools on Friday and Saturdays throughout the year competing in events that range from debating topics of a wide variety, to speeches and acting events as well. Competitions not only include high school competitions, but Regionals, State, and Nationals.

Must be in Beginning Debate or Competitive Speech and Debate

Meets after school Monday-Thursday


Odyssey of the Mind

Advisor: Sherry Beeson

Odyssey of the Mind is an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. They then bring their solutions to competition on the local, state, and world level. Thousands of teams from throughout the U.S. and from about 25 other countries participate in the program.

Meets on Tuesdays

Open to all students


Academic Bowl

Advisor: Greg Yankey

The Academic Bowl practices Mondays and Thursdays and competes Monday evenings against other area schools in a “Jeopardy” type of game. Questions range

from math, science, history, literature, grammar, and current events to sports, movies, and TV.

Meets after school Mondays and Thursdays

Officer positions available

Open to all grades


Arts


International Thespian Society Troupe #4722

Advisor: Ryan King

ITS puts on all theatre productions in the school. We rehearse Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3-6 (at the latest... unless on Tech week, then we

usually go until 7 or 8). We produce a One Act for contest, a Full Length Literature Based Show, a Children's Theatre Show, and all of our ITS Festival pieces.

Rehearsal is on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and

Friday from 3-6

Application Required

Must be in Theatre 1, 2, 3, or 4 or StageTech 1 or 2.


Choir

Advisor: Amanda Foyil

Choir students rehearse in class each day and have 4 concerts per year as well as 2 contests per year.

Application Required

Must be enrolled in Concert Choir, Chorale, or Show Choir

Open to all grades

Minimum GPA required

 

Art Club

Advisor: Kay Bratcher

Art Club meets once a month for open studio time. Students will have use of the art room to work on current art work, practice new skills or even just craft. Students will be informed on job opportunities in visual arts as well as current art shows, local competitions, upcoming events and field trips.

Meetings are:  Thursday 2:45-4:30 9/19, 10,

Students do not have to currently be in an art class to join art club

Open to 8th-12th grades

$5 annual membership fee


Anime


Owasso High School Manga and Anime Club

Advisor: Heather Shuck

The OHS Manga and Anime Club brings together students who love the creative characters, plots, worlds, and art in both anime and manga. We will explore manga, anime, and Japanese culture through a variety of activities. The club meets during lunch and occasionally after school.

Meets during lunch and after school on Fridays

Dues required

Open to all grades 


Book Clubs


Owasso High School East Library Book Club

Advisor: Melinda Gallagher

Our OHS East Book Clubs meet during both lunches on every other Wednesday. We read popular and contemporary YA novels and discuss. We also have snacks and participate in a field trip or two for author visits, reading at elementaries, etc.

 Meets during lunch every other Wednesday

Open to all grades


Owasso High School West Library Book Club

Advisor: Heather Shuck

The OHS West Library Book Club meets twice each month in the Oklahoma Room during both lunches. Members spend time discussing books chosen early in the year by the members themselves. If you enjoy reading books, exposing yourself to new genres, and literary conversations, this club needs you!

Meets during lunch twice a month on Tuesdays

Open to all grades 


Hidden Figures Book Club

Advisor: Melinda Gallagher

Our Hidden Figures Book Club is for girls interested in STEM careers. We read books on famous scientists and mathematicians, concentrating on women who have succeeded in breaking barriers to women in male dominated fields. We discuss different fields of study and hopes and concerns for the future. We have watched movies that go along with the books as well as had guest speakers. We meet every other week on

Fridays before school.

Meets every other week before school on Fridays

Open to all grades


Cultural


Native American Student Association (NASA)

Advisor: Vickie Graham

Native American Student Association (NASA)  is a cultural Club focusing on helping the community. You do not have to be Native American to join.  We meet on Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m. Some activities include Gathering on Main, Ram Ally, Community projects, Native American Heritage Day, parades and much much more. 

Meets on Tuesdays

Open to all grades

Officer positions available 


African American Heritage Club

Advisor: Vince Davis and Evan James 

An all inclusive club where students come together for discussion of African American current events, support and teach others about African American Heritage.

Meets on Thursdays

Open to all grades


Spanish Club

Advisor: Ronda Avila

The Spanish Club meets the second Monday of each month. We participate in many local cultural activities and celebrations hosted by the Tulsa Arts Council. We learn to cook traditional foods from different countries. We enhance the use of the Spanish being studied outside of the classroom by visiting local markets and restaurants. We

learn to create arts and crafts from many different countries.

Meets on Mondays

Dues required 

Officer positions available 

Open to all grades 

 

French Club

Advisor: Leslie Wright

The French Club meets every other Tuesday in E8. We participate in many cultural activities and celebrations. We learn to cook traditional foods from different countries. We enhance the use of the French language being studied outside of the classroom. We are a student-led group and all are welcome; the only need is a love for francophone countries and cultures. 

Meets on Tuesdays

Dues required 

Officer positions available 

Open to all grades 

Remind: text @ohsfrclub to 81010

 

Equality Club

Advisor: Maegan Walls

Equality Club is a club that supports equality across all people, races, and religions. We will meet and work together to have community days to better support our community. The club is largely student run and is a great place to meet others with an open mind.

Meets on Thursdays

Open to all grades 


Careers


Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

East Advisor: Judi Leander

West Advisor: Joy Smith

FCCLA meets twice a month during both lunches. We volunteer and sponsor the Blood Drive along with volunteering at the Northeast Oklahoma Food Bank. We compete in STAR events, have parties, and attend the State Convention in Oklahoma City.

Meets during lunch once a month on Wednesday.

Must be enrolled or previously completed a FACS class.

Application required

Dues required

Officer positions available 

All Grades


Teacher Career Exploration (TCE)

Advisor: Kim Turner

Students interested in a career in education would be involved in learning about preparation for such a career, as well as teaching (elementary and/or secondary).

Additionally, there would be opportunities to visit teachers in the classroom to learn about lesson plans and preparation, classroom management, and education,

in general.

Application Required

Must have a Cumulative GPA 2.5

Meets: to be determined

Open to all grades


Teen Community Emergency Response Team

Advisor: Shannon Chatwin

Teen CERT training teaches you about the potential disasters that could affect your area and how to safely and responsibly respond to them.  Through Teen CERT you can serve your community and help take care of your school and home.

Meets on Thursdays in E215

Officer positions available

Open to all grades


Yearbook

Advisor: Kresta Bowman

Consists of capturing activities of one school year in pictures and copy through a creatively designed theme.  This process includes choosing the theme and layouts, writing copy, photographing people, events, and activities, and selling advertising.  Responsibility and organizational skills are a must. 

Yearbook is a class and meets after school at various times

Open to all grades

Must maintain a 2.0 GPA

Application required


Religious


Youth Alive

Advisor: Jan Bell (east) and Elise Kaase (West)

Youth Alive is a group of students who come together at lunch on Thursdays during lunch to share the Christian Faith. These students seek to serve other students and

Owasso through food drives, pizza lunches with youth pastors from Owasso Churches speaking. Students of ANY faith are welcome. This group is led by students for students.

Meets during lunch on Thursdays.

Open to all grades


Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Advisor: Nathan DeSandre 

A club encouraging any and all students to come together to enjoy the chance to spend time with young Christian students.  This group meets on Thursday nights @ 7:30 where students will be playing different types of games, hanging out in small groups, and doing other fun activities.

Officer positions available  

Open to all grades


Political


Young Democrats Club

Advisor: Kim Cacciola

The Young Democrats club will meet bi-monthly on Thursday afternoons from 3:00-4:00. 

All members are welcome to join at any time during the year.  The Young Democrats Club will foster healthy political debate and discussions with current events at the forefront.  There will be an emphasis on research, educating oneself politically, and being an active voting member of our citizenry. Community service opportunities will be coordinated by the club with an expectation that all members will serve and give back to the Owasso community. 

2.0 Minimum GPA Required

New members always welcome

Officer positions available

Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month

Open to all grades 

No dues required 

 

 

 


*The club information and advisor names may change during the course of the school year.