Clubs and Organizations
Clubs and club sponsor information
Fairfax County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to all clubs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies as they relate to student activities and athletics: Bill Curran, Director Activities and Athletics Fairfax County Public Schools @email
Academic Bowl sponsored by Laura Campbell
Academic Bowl is an activity in which high school participants answer trivia questions on a wide variety of academic subjects as a team. A moderator asks questions, and students buzz in to answer them, similar to Jeopardy. We participate in VHSL activities, invitational tournaments, and the It's Academic tv show on NBC.
Debate and Forensics sponsored by Laura Champe-Mitchell
Students work together to learn basic debating skills and researching to prepare for competitions.
Model UN is a student run organization that simulates that United Nations by debate, student leadership, and resolution of problems. Members compete at conferences both locally and nationally. Also, students compete both individually and as a team by representing a chosen country. The Club meets monthly and operates a website on Blackboard for its members, providing them with information on up-coming conferences, fund raisers, guidance on policy papers, etc. Blackboard’s MUN site also uses the Discussion Board feature to let students sign up in advance for conference assignments. Students who sign up for weekend conferences must be in good academic standing. MUN training is provided once a year at the early October My First MUN Training Conference.
DECA sponsored by Shelley Gaffin
DECA is a national association of marketing education students, provides teachers and members with educational and leadership development activities to merge with the education classroom instructional program. DECA chapters attract students who are interested in preparing for entrepreneurial, marketing or management careers. DECA utilizes on-the-job experience, chapter projects, and a program of competency-based competitive events in specific marketing occupational areas. These events emphasize academic and vocational excellence.
FBLA sponsored by Shane Kellogg
FBLA is the largest and oldest business student organization in the world! FBLA provides the opportunity to network and socialize with students and professionals within the state, nationally, and internationally. Competitions are held in a variety of academic conferences having over 75 different events from such as: Job interview, cyber security, Database Design & Applications, Management Decision Makin. Public Speaking, Network Design, Accounting, Business Law, and many more!!
Skills USA sponsored by Ciaran Devlin
SkillsUSA serves trade, industrial, and technical students by developing their skills and leadership qualities. SkillsUSA instills spirit and a desire to learn, to grow and to become a productive citizen. Students will be able to compete in state and national competitions in their chosen fields. Skills USA is a co-curricular program where students are enrolled in trade, career, industrial, technical, and health occupational classes.
Chinese Club sponsored by Jie Lei
The Chinese Club will promote the study of the Chinese language and culture through various activities
French Club sponsored by Jacques Nong Bateki
The French Club will educate students on Francophone cultures through activities such as literature, music, and films.
German Club sponsored by Matthew Kulikosky
The German Club seeks to encourage students to cultivate interest in and knowledge of the German language. It provides a forum for student interaction, socialization, artistic and academic expression.
Latin Club sponsored by Brian Kane
Latin club promotes the love and appreciation of the Latin language and Ancient Roman culture.
Portuguese Club sponsored by Carlota Shewchuk
The purpose of the Portuguese Club is to encourage the study of the Portuguese language and culture through a variety of programs and activities.
Spanish Club sponsored by Silvia Montes
Spanish Club will help the Marshall community to learn about the Spanish way of life through food, culture, and entertainment.
Columbian Yearbook advised by Daniel Reinish
Marshall’s student yearbook, the Columbian, has been the school’s premier historical record since our building was opened in 1962. More than just a book of faces, the yearbook tells the story of what it’s like to be a Marshall student. Student journalists fill every page with feature stories and full-color photographs covering all aspects of student life, academics, and sports. The student editors lead the publication; create its theme and vision; and oversee its content. Each May/June, the staff is able to show off their hard work in the form of a treasured annual keepsake.
Rank & File Newspaper advised by Daniel Reinish
Founded in 1962, Rank & File is a public forum for students of George C. Marshall High School. Students on the Rank & File staff produce about eight issues a year of a monthly news magazine while also frequently updating an online news site and associated social media accounts. The content of the publication is selected, produced, and edited entirely by student leaders, who are responsible for all editorial and business decisions. Marshall’s student journalists also go out into the community to sell the ads and subscriptions that make it possible to print their publication each month. To learn more, check out Rank & File’s online edition at www.gcmnews.net.
Reveille Literary Magazine advised by Meg Hemmingson
Reveille is Marshall's award-winning literary magazine. Reveille is an entirely extracurricular publication; it meets every Wednesday, alternating between after school and during the second half of Lunch & Learn. New members are always welcome! To submit to the magazine digitally upload your writing or art to the dropbox located in Blackboard, under the Library Course, Reveille tab.
Band directed by Paul Vesilind
Find out more information about the band by visiting their web site: www.marshallband.org
Choir directed by Tiffany Powell
Find out more information about the choir by visiting their web site: www.gcmarshallchoral.org
Dance Team coached by Maggie Foarde
Dance Team is a year round activity that begins with try-outs in April and continues through Basketball Season in February. Over the summer the team attends a Universal Dance Association Camp at a local university. During the year the team performs at a number of school events including halftime of Football and Basketball games. They also compete both locally and at the National level. They work in a range of styles every season: jazz, pom, kick, hip hop, lyrical and contemporary. There are usually open practices on Thursdays in March. Follow them on Instagram @gcmdanceteam to follow all their upcoming events.
Orchestra directed by Catherine Bond
Find out more information about the orchestra by visiting their web site: www.gcmorchestra.org
Theatre directed by Bernie DeLeo
Find out more information about theatre by visiting their web site: statesmentheatre.org
Anime Club sponsored by Jon Super
The intent of the Anime Club is to provide a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere to lovers of Japanese animation. Meetings will explore various facets of anime and Japanese culture.
Arab Student Association sponsored by Sultan Iqab
The Arab Student Association will provide a sense of community and opportunities to participate in activities that explore Arab culture.
Art Club sponsored by Nicole Walter
The Art Club is open to all students who are interested in exploring the visual arts. Art Club meetings include workshops on a variety of exciting art materials and techniques, and are a great way to develop connections with other students who are interested in expressing themselves creatively through art. Anyone is welcome to participate in Art Club activities at any point throughout the year.
Art History Club sponsored by Claire Tinsley
Students will enrich their knowledge of art history, time periods, and styles through slideshows and discussions.
Asian Students Association sponsored by Rachel Kim
The Asian Student Association promotes awareness of Asian cultures through meetings and activities, such as International Night.
Badminton (interest-only) Club sponsored by Matt Hochstrasser
Students will meet to discuss strategies to improvement badminton gameplay and skills.
Best Buddies sponsored by Sarah Espanol
Best Buddies is an organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Black Student Union sponsored by Wendy Truitt Ralph
The purpose of the Black Student Union is to bring a sense of community to Black students (and various other) groups of students at Marshall who may feel underrepresented.
Book Club sponsored by Krissy Ronan
Book Club members will decide on and discuss various books at meetings twice per month. The Book Club will also engage in writing work shops to engage in books the group has been reading.
Ceramics Club sponsored by Amanda Kahnell
The Ceramics Club will help students develop an appreciation for the ceramic arts and pottery
Chess Club sponsored by Travis Greene
The Chess Club welcomes all students, regardless of experience, who are interested in playing chess. Students will have opportunities to learn about the game and play chess with peers. The Marshall team competes in a league with other local schools including Madison and Thomas Jefferson.
College Partnership sponsored by Gardner Humphreys
College Partnership Program’s program goals are to increase the academic achievement of students and to increase the number of students particularly first generation and minority students, who enroll in CPP and succeed in college. The CPP creates opportunities for students to successfully navigate the home, school, college, and work continuum. Participating colleges and universities sponsor a variety of activities to increase students’ and parents’ knowledge and understanding of higher education programs and college life and to enhance students’ motivation for higher academic achievement.
Competitive Programming Club sponsored by Jeffrey Clare
Competitive Programming Club teaches programming concepts and provides opportunities to apply them in local and national competitions.
Creative Writing Club sponsored by Meg Hemmingson
The Creative Writing Club is a group of young writers who want to improve in their creative writing skills. Members will be taught tips and tricks for their writing, learn basic creative writing structures, and set aside time for writing.
Cyber Griffins sponsored by Wolfgang Oertner
The Cyber Griffins Club builds practical knowledge and skills in the information technology field to prepare students for the Cybersecurity and IT career pathways. This club also prepares students for industry certifications.
The Cyber Club is an organization comprised of Marshall Academy students focused on cyber security education and competition.
Dungeons and Dragons Club sponsored by Joe Vargo
Dungeons and Dragons Club will teach students to think, write, and solve puzzles on while playing an adventure game with friends.
Earth Force sponsored by Tyler Fox
Earth Force engages young people as active citizens who improve the environment and their communities now and in the future. Earth Force works on student-led projects and initiatives dealing with environmental issues.
Entrepreneurship Club provides students with ideas related to starting a small business or promoting businesses they have already started. Guest speakers will be invited to provide business tips and suggestions, such as advertising and promotion.Ethnic Foods Club sponsored by Amanda Kahnell
The Ethnic Foods Club will bring in foods to share and educate members about the foods of various cultures. Concepts relate to food and cultural heritage will be discussed.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) sponsored by Angela Rizzo
The FCA Mission: To present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the Church. All students are welcome to join in the fellowship regardless of religious background or athletic interests.
Feminist Book Club sponsored by Olivia Tate
This book club will focus on reading books with strong female leads every month. The books will be discussed at monthly meetings, including information on the plot and characters and how the book impacts feminism in today's world.
Film Club sponsored by Pierce Bello
The purpose of Film Club is to build a community surrounding film as an art, similar to a book club, or art club, in which participants can gain interest, learn, and discover more about the art.
FIRST Robotics sponsored by Patrick Ander
FIRST Robotics gives students an opportunity to be involved in design, fabrication, programming, engineering, public relations, graphic design, finance, and numerous other skills related to FIRST Robotics. Check out the FIRST Robotics web site here: www.frc5549.org/
For the Kids Club will take initiative to help students explore information and create awareness about pediatric cancer.
Game Club sponsored by Mark Nagurney
Game Club is an after-school club that encourages students to explore game development careers by learning about game history and analyzing what makes a good game. Games refer to most mediums like: video games, board games, card games, and tabletop-roleplaying games.
Gender Sexuality Alliance sponsored by Rachel Baxter
The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is a club which provides a place for all students, of whatever sexual orientation, to feel welcome and comfortable. The group aims to raise awareness of issues facing LGBTQ students, who face physical and mental abuse at a much higher rate than other students.
Girls Who Code Club sponsored by Shelli Farquharson
Girls Who Code supports students who are interested in IT, coding, and cybersecurity and expose them to enrichment opportunities in those fields.
Go M.A.D. Club sponsored by Matt Horne
The Go M.A.D. Club will educate children on overall health (physical and mental) while also providing guidance in other areas such as education. The club will visit elementary schools after school on Fridays to talk about a variety of topics including bullying and emotional awareness.
Grey's Academy Club sponsored by Heather Paz
Grey's Academy Club is for students who already have an interest in pursuing a career in the medical field. Members will use Grey's Anatomy as inspiration for further learning and research about first aid, emergency procedures, anatomy, physiology, career opportunities, and medical practice techniques.
Heritage Club sponsored Shelli Farquharson
The Heritage Club is interested in learning about and celebrating African Culture as well as community service projects.
Hiking (interest-only) Club sponsored by Gardner Humphreys
The Hiking Club will enable students to meet other students who share their interest in hiking. Additionally, the club will discuss local hiking opportunities and notify members of locations and times members can travel to individually outside of school, dissociated with Marshall High School and possibly meet other members.
History Club sponsored by Olivia Tate
The History Club will participate in local and national History bees, visit museums, and engage in historically enriching activities.
Human Rights Education and Collaboration Club sponsored by Tim Gill
The purpose of this club is to create awareness about and advocate for change related to human rights.
Jewish Student Union Club sponsored by Katy Sokolove
The Jewish Student Union Club is dedicated to the celebration, practice, and education regarding Jewish culture and religion for interested students at Marshall High School.
Key Club sponsored by Pierce Bello
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Kids Are Scientists Too sponsored by Jeremy Wade
KAST aims to promote science by traveling to local elementary schools and presenting ideas, concepts, and activities.
KTK (Kids Teaching Kids) Club sponsored by Kristine Elsener
Kids Teaching Kids Club will meet and discuss ways to help elementary and middle school students with homework. The club will make visits to those schools and will also strive to make tutoring more accessible for students of all levels.
The purpose of Latinos United is to make a change in the Latino community. It is a student led club that promotes bonding to make everyone feel welcomed. The members of this club work together to organize fundraisers for Latino organizations.
Learn Concert Committee will coordinate musical performances from a diverse group of student performers and musical acts during Learn.
Linguistics Club sponsored by Matt Axelrod
The purpose of Linguistics Club is to introduce students to the field and prepare them for the North American Linguistics Olympiad competition.
Marshall Investment Leaders sponsored by Michael Carroll
The purpose of Marshall Investment Leaders is to allow members to gain knowledge and interest in different types of investing through hands-on activities and presentations. The club will teach about buying, selling, and trading stocks.
Marshall Minds Matter sponsored by Jenna Mollura
The Marshall Minds Matter program is a student-led club model in which teens are trained and empowered to promote school-wide social connectedness, to encourage help-seeking behavior, and to develop coping skills via youth-led activities. Marshall Minds Matter works to instill holistic growth in students, so they are stronger not only mentally but also as leaders and changemakers in their community. We hope to support mental health, make support accessible, raise awareness about overall wellness.
Marshall Women in STEM sponsored by Brenna Killeen
This club provides leadership opportunities in the STEM and humanities fields. Many of these fields are male-populated, and this club is designed to encourage women to pursue these occupations through meetings, seminars, and possible field trip opportunities.
Martial Arts (interest-only) Club sponsored by Jeff Clare
Martial Arts (interest-only club) will help students to develop better sportsmanship, physical and mental wellbeing, learn about different cultures and traditions, and to have an overall better life style.
Medical Humanities Magazine sponsored by Heather Hilton
Medical Humanities Magazine or Decreta will provide a platform for sharing stories from those in the medical care community.
Medical Science Club sponsored by Nicole Shook
Medical Science Club allows students who are interested in any field of medicine to receive exposure from different professionals and expand their knowledge about the field. In addition, we incorporate service to help the community and engage others in science!
Meditation Club sponsored by Sandra Dougherty
The Meditation Club's purpose is to offer students a place to meditate and encourage healthy reactions to stress and increase mindfulness.
Military Youth Liaison Club sponsored by Steve Richmond
MYLO will provide helpful resources and outreach opportunities between Marshall students and the local military community.
The Mock Trial Club serves as a platform for students who are interested in law and government to compete in imitation trial competitions against other schools.
Muslim Students Association sponsored by Steven Willmore
The Muslim Students Association serves to unite Muslim students in the Marshall community.
Neuroscience Club sponsored by Shane Kellogg
Neuroscience Club aims to educate students about the foundations of neuroscience while also collectively researching the newest discoveries and developments in the field.
Old Souls Club sponsored by Meg Hemmingson
Old Souls Club is a meeting of students interested in the textile arts such as quilting, knitting, and embroidering.
Octagon Club sponsored Silvia Montes
The Optimist/Octagon Club strives to make the school community a better place through volunteerism and community service.
Paper Bead Jewelry Making Club sponsored Amanda Kahnell
The club will make jewelry from handmade paper beads, which are made out of recycled materials like cereal boxes, old calendars, wallpaper, etc. The jewelry will be donated to the less fortunate as a form of community service.
Peace in the Middle East Club sponsored by Shane Kellogg
The purpose of Peace in the Middle East Club is to make a change in Middle Eastern countries that typically have conflict with each other. It is a student-led club that promotes connecting students to work together to learn and spread awareness for Middle Eastern countries that are suffering.
Performance Arts Club sponsored by Catherine Bond
The Performing Arts Club will give back to the community by providing free entertainment of the arts for those who are not physically able.
Persian Students Association sponsored by Kevin Curtin
The Persian Student Association offers a welcoming space at Marshall that allows all students to learn about and appreciate Persian culture.
Philosophy and Ethics Club sponsored by Aaron Kalb
Philosophy and Ethics Club is a space to learn, debate, and appreciate the various ethical and philosophical thinkers that have influenced the world. The study of philosophy and ethics to will be used to help student develop critical thinking skills and real world problem-solving techniques.
Photo Club sponsored by Amanda Kahnell
Photo Club is dedicated to learning, teaching, practicing, and exhibiting photographic art.
Psychology Club sponsored by Wanlace Yates
The Psychology Club will explore information and resources about the field of psychology.
Rocketry Club is a student-run club where students work together to create model rockets to compete in various competitions. Members advance their engineering skills and learn how to safely create and launch a model rocket as a team.
Science Olympiad sponsored by Michael Osborn
Science Olympiad is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of K-12 science education, increasing male, female and minority interest in science, creating a technologically-literate workforce and providing recognition for outstanding achievement by both students and teachers. These goals are achieved by participating in Science Olympiad tournaments and non-competitive events, incorporating Science Olympiad into classroom curriculum and attending teacher training institutes.
Science Research Club sponsored by Janet Kahn
Science Research Club is a co-curricular science club supporting students doing research in various science content areas. Club members will help each other and as well as getting support from science faculty. Student members will be expected to enter science research competitions.
SLAM Club sponsored by Ashleigh Williams
SLAM, a student-led organization, strives to provide volunteer opportunities and exposure to students/faculty interested in making a change within and outside our Marshall community.
Slam Poetry Club sponsored by Claire Tinsley
Slam Poetry Club provides students with the opportunity to share their original works or works they have found. The club will also give students an opportunity to strengthen their public speaking skills.
South Association Student Association sponsored by Oscar Carrasco
This club will hold monthly meetings virtually. This club strives to promote the awareness of various South Asian cultures and promote diversity within the Marshall community. Throughout meetings, members will discuss similarities in their cultures, such as food and clothing. This club is a space for students to bond and share experiences.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community.
Sports Debate and Discussion Club sponsored by Amanda Schall
The Sports Debate and Discussion Club will provide students with the opportunity to express interest in sports and teams by participating in monthly sports talk meetings.
Sports Statistics and Fandom Club sponsored by Sarah Espanol
Students will meet to discuss facts, statistics, and analytics related to various sports.
Star Trek Club sponsored by Cynthia Thomasson
The purpose of the Star Trek Club is to give students a place to think about space travel and be part of the world of Star Trek.
START Club sponsored by Clarence Martin
The START Club is a club designed to support new transfer students as they transition from their old school to Marshall High School. START Ambassadors provide tours for new students, and then, mentor new transfer students for the year. The club will host a few social events for transfer students to help them meet both old and new Statesmen.
Students Demand Action sponsored by Apoorva Johri
Students Demand Action will promote and advocate for stronger gun legislation among the new generation of voters. It will also promote action related to other political issues that affect students.
Students Helping the Homeless Club sponsored by Apoorva Johri
Students Helping the Homeless is dedicated to assisting local homeless shelters through holding canned food drives and offering volunteer opportunities.
Table Top Club sponsored by Mark Smith
Table Top Club will be a space for players to learn how to play and participate in board and card games for stress relief from the pressures of academics.
Ukulele Club sponsored by Brenna Killeen
Ukulele Club offers a fun, social environment in which experienced players and beginners alike will be able to learn, play, and collaborate with each other. Meetings will consists of lessons taught by experienced players, group collaborations, and music arrangement. Performances may be held where members perform music that they have worked on in meetings throughout the year.
Women in Business Club sponsored by Shelley Gaffin
The Women in Business Club will provide opportunities and resources to encourage students to learn from various experiences and pursue the business field.
Women in Politics sponsored by Patricia Coppolino
The Women in Politics Club examines the advancement of women leaders in government and politics, and, more broadly, explores contemporary issues affecting local, state, and national politics.
Young Democrats Club sponsored by Amanda Schall
The Young Democrats of America (YDA) is the largest youth-led, national, partisan political organization. YDA mobilizes young people to participate in the electoral process, influences the ideals of the Democratic Party, and develops the skills of the youth generation to serve as leaders at the local and national level.
Chinese Honor Society sponsored by Jie Lei Chinese Honor Society’s objective is to acknowledge the superior achievement of students studying Chinese as a second language. Like other honor societies, the Chinese Honor Society not only recognizes high scholastic achievement but also good character, leadership, and service. Members should exemplify all these standards. The Society’s goal is to promote enthusiasm for Chinese language learning and culture, commitment to advanced study, and greater cross-cultural understanding.
DECA Honor Society sponsored by Shelley Gaffin DECA Honor Society is recognizing high achieving students involved in the DECA organization.
English Honor Society sponsored by Heather Hilton The National English Honor Society (NEHS is the only national organization exclusively for high school students and faculty) who, in the field of English, merit special note for past and current accomplishments. Immediate benefits of affiliation will be recognition, scholarship eligibility, and opportunities for national networking with others who share enthusiasm for, and accomplishment in the language arts.
French Honor Society sponsored by Mary Cobb Wittrock The French Honor Society not only recognizes high scholastic achievement but also good character, leadership, and service. Members should exemplify all these standards. The Society’s goal is to promote enthusiasm for French and Francophone language learning and culture, commitment to advanced study, and a greater cross-cultural understanding. This Society is open to IB French students, and junior and senior French students in good standing. Meetings for French Honor Society are generally held in Room F103 on Wednesdays.
International Thespians Society sponsored by Bernie DeLeo The International Thespians Society is the only organization to honor secondary school students for outstanding work in theatre. The society focuses on the students; their achievements, involvement, and access to quality theatre arts instruction Thespian membership is granted for the performance of meritorious work in theatre arts which meets the Society’s general guidelines.
Latin Honor Society sponsored by Brian Kane The Latin Honor Society is an honorary organization for students who have exhibited excellence in the study of the Latin language. Students in the Latin Honor Society must demonstrate dedication and enthusiasm for the language.
Math Honor Society sponsored by Nevine Spicer Math Honor Society is dedicated to inspiring and cultivating an interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics through meetings, activities, and programs. Members are students that have excelled in and have a passion for math.
National Art Honor Society sponsored by Nicole Walter The Art Honor Society exists as a way to inspire and recognize students who have shown outstanding ability and passion for art, and as a way to promote a broader awareness in the school and local community about the value of the Arts. Membership in NAHS is available to all currently enrolled Visual Arts students (grades 10-12) with a grade of at least a B+ in their Visual Arts course(s). Eligible students will be invited to apply for membership, during the 1st quarter of the school year, by their art teacher.
National Honor Society sponsored by Claire Tinsley The National Honor Society (NHS) is a recognition program for high school students in the United States and several other countries. Marshall’s NHS chapter honors juniors and seniors who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Visit www.gcmnhs.org for more information.
National Technical Honor Society sponsored by Shelli Farquharson The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) currently serves approximately 100,000 active members and nearly a million since its inception in 1984. Over $250,000 in scholarships is awarded annually to its members. NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce.
Quill and Scroll Journalism International Honor Society sponsored by Daniel Reinish Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists was organized April 10, 1926, at the University of Iowa by renowned pollster George H. Gallup and a group of high school advisers for the purpose of encouraging and recognizing individual student achievement in journalism and scholastic publication. The honor society is open to junior and senior students who have performed well academically and have done superior work as a member of one of Marshall’s student publications. Interested students must be recommended by the publication’s adviser.
Science Honor Society sponsored by Luke Konopka and Cody Schell The organization of the Science National Honor Society is one of volunteers who are teachers, scientists, and business people. These people are dedicated to creating a new cadre of scientific young people who will help to run tomorrow's high tech world.
The Social Studies Honor Society is established for high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate excellent academic performance in the discipline. Regular (bi-monthly) meetings and events offer a variety of ways to advance understanding in the Social Studies, including debates, film viewings, and guest presentations. Students receive points for participating in SSHS events or other enrichment activities such as peer tutoring; by accruing the necessary points, students are awarded membership in the Social Studies Honor Society and receive a tassel for graduation.
Spanish Honor Society sponsored by Norma Montalvan Banks and Silvia Montes The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. It was formally organized as the Spanish National Honor Society in 1953. The name was changed to Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica in 1959. At present there are over 2,000 national and international chapters. The purpose of the society is to recognize high achievement of high school students in the Spanish and Portuguese languages and to promote a continuing interest in Hispanic and Portuguese studies. Meetings are generally held in Room E103 or B114.
Tri-M Music Honor Society sponsored by Catherine Bond Tri-M Music Honor Society is an international music honor society designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership.
Starting A Club
If you are interesting in starting a club at Marshall, please download and complete all the forms below. All forms must be typed. When the forms are completed or if you have any questions, please email them to Ms. Campbell.
*** All club applications are due by Wednesday February 1, 2023. Any applications submitted beyond this date will not be accepted.