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Activities

Activities

Get involved with other students and have a positive experience during high school.  Below are clubs and/or organizations, listed with the sponsor/director in charge.  Feel free to contact these people for more information!  Some clubs/organizations may require an application and/or interview.

Fill in this application to start your club today!

 

Student-Led Clubs

Click here to see the list of Student-Initiated and Led Clubs. Scroll down to the High Schools list and click on Poudre Student-Led Clubs

 

School Sponsored Activities and Clubs Staff Advisor Meeting Times & Location
Ambassadors
The PHS Ambassadors are 11th and 12th grade students who are selected to mentor ninth graders. Ambassadors receive over 75 hours of training and are focused on making an impact at Poudre High School through their time, courage, and unity.

Cassie Poncelow 

Denny Bain 

M-W, During Lunch - Rm 218
Clay Target League
This outdoor sport is for students who are interested in trap, skeet, sporting clays, and 5-stand shooting.  Our team is led by a certified firearms safety instructor.  No shooting experience necessary however all participants are required to hold a league approved firearm safety certification. 

Wes Fuller 

Reid Kalsow
TBD
Cycling Club
The mission of the PHS Cycling Team is build strong bodies, strong minds and strong character through cycling. and to provide students the camaraderie that will help them achieve both competitive and non-competitive cycling goals in a safe and enjoyable manner.
Suzanne Spezzano Tues, Lunch - Annex A
DECA
In DECA you will have the opportunity to obtain leadership skills that will give you a head start toward a real career, and have a positive effect on your community.

Dave Long

Jeremy Johner

Thurs, Lunch - 227
Drama Club/International Thespian Society
The PHS Drama Club welcomes all students with an interest in theatre, film, and performing arts. In addition, students earn experience for induction in our chartered troupe of the International Thespian Society, a global honors society that supports students in theatre through workshops, conferences, scholarships, college auditions, and more.
Joel Smith -  or our website: www.poudretheatre.org After School - Auditorium
Drone Club
This group meets to fly drones together and race each other.  The type of drone we fly is called a ‘tiny whoop’.

Mr. Benson
Mon, 4:30 - 6 pm - Media Center
Escape 970
Escape 970 is a class and student run business in which students, design, create, and market escape rooms at Poudre High School. We encourage student groups, teams, activities and anyone that wants to challenge themselves, foster better teamwork, and use their problem solving skills.
Jeremy Johner
 
 Period 2A - 227
Esports
Esports officially stands for electronic sports, not to be confused with video games. Esports takes video gaming to another level with organized competitive gameplay between two teams, governed by its own strict set of rules and guidelines. Esports requires teamwork, communication, critical and strategic thinking, creativity, sportsmanship, and leadership — much like traditional sports.
Isaac Morley T/Th at 4pm - 403
FBLA
FBLA brings business and education together, allowing students to compete and demonstrate problem solving skills, creativity and innovation.  Students compete in events like: Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Business Ethics, Global Business and many more.

Dave Long

Jeremy Johner

Thurs, Lunch - 227
FCCLA
FCCLA stands for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. FCCLA is a student led organization relating to the field of Family Consumer Sciences. FCCLA works to improve issues relating to family, work, and community. Poudre students have the opportunity to participate in service projects for their community. Poudre students also have the opportunity to pursue personal projects in the topics of culinary, fashion design, interior design, education, entrepreneurship, and many others, that they can compete with at state conference to potentially win college scholarships.

Madison McGinty

 Mandy Johnson

Amanda Johnson

Wed, after school and the second Thurs of every month during lunch - 506
FFA
The Poudre FFA is dedicated to helping students develop career skills through conferences, contests and travel. The FFA is far more than just animals and plants, it is a great way to travel and prepare for any career.   https://sites.google.com/psdschools.org/poudre-ag-department/home

Sadie Nelson

Mackenzi Crooks

 Wed, after school and the second Thurs of every month during lunch

Film Club
This club engages students in analysis of a variety of film technique, film types, and genres while maintaining a fun, collaborative and participatory environment.
Monique Eckhoff Thurs, Lunch - 226
HOSA

HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for secondary, postsecondary, middle school, adult, and collegiate students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions. HOSA is 100% health care!

David Cummings Thurs, Lunch - 403
Impala Connectors
This is an organization made up of students that are interested in welcoming new students and helping them feel at home at Poudre High School by giving tours, connecting them to clubs/activities, and generally helping them navigate the school’s physical and cultural space.  With a high population of transitioning students, we know that helping them connect quickly on a peer-to-peer basis is essential.

Natalie Stockley

Denny Bain

Period 4A - 218
Key Club
Key Club is a service-learning organization that does a variety of service projects for the PHS community. Most of the projects vary year to year depending on the student's ideas for that year. One of the consistent projects is the PHS Food Pantry: The PHS Food Pantry is integral part of the Annual Feed our Families Food Drive that gives a monthly "hand up" of basic food items to Poudre Families. This program was founded in 2016. In 2018 a weekend lunch program was started to assist students with food over weekends. Our Key Club hosts the Larimer County Food Bank's pop-up pantry at PHS the first Thursday of every month to provide fresh food to community members. 

Joe Fontana

Lisa Mahler

Wed, 9-9:30 am - Annex g
Knowledge Bowl
Knowledge Bowl originated in 1976 in Durango, Colorado as a chance for students to compete academically. KB involves a team of four students answering written and oral questions covering a variety of academic disciplines.
Kristy Bibbey Tues, Lunch 316
Math Club Mu Alpa Theta
Math Club is for students of all math abilities who enjoy learning about and sharing their knowledge of mathematics. The PHS Math Club consists of three components: 1) Service - Students spend time tutoring other students and participate in fundraising activities to help students in need. 2) Competition - Students attend CSU Math Day and participate in other mathematics competitions throughout the year. 3) Activities - Students participate in other math related activities throughout the year.  
Elissa Pitts Fri, Lunch - 237
Mock Trial
Mock Trial is an after school competitive group that allows students to think fast and battle with their wits. We work with trial lawyers (Criminal defense attorneys) and prepare a state-provided case for plaintiff/prosecution and defense. In competition we present the case against other schools in an attempt to out maneuver, outwit, and out perform in order to win our case. Participants can be a lawyer, witness, or expert witness and have a truly authentic experience as a member of a court including real district judges, with legal council adjudicators when at competition.
Isaac Morley Wed, 4:15-5:45 pm - 223
National Art Honor Society
The purpose of the National Art Honor Society is to provide students, who are interested in multiple forms of art, the opportunity to meet new people, have fun, express themselves artistically and be recognized for their efforts and abilities.  Students may also have the opportunity to create an art project with connections to the school or community.
Dave Nichols Every 3rd Tues, Lunch - 502
National Honor Society
NHS is an organization that recognizes academic excellence.  Through coursework requirements and grade point averages, individuals are inducted into this prestigious society.  This exceptional group of Junior and Seniors work together to exemplify the Four Pillars of the NHS organization: Service, Leadership, Scholarship, and Character.
Kelly Motichka First Thurs, each month, Lunch - Big Gym
National Science Bowl
National Science Bowl® (NSB) is a highly competitive science education and academic event among teams of high school  students who compete in a fast-paced verbal forum to solve technical problems and answer questions in all branches of science and math. Regional and national events encourage student involvement in math and science activities of importance to the Department of Energy and the Nation.
 Adam McBride Wed, Lunch - 312
National Technical Honor Society
The purpose of this organization is to promote the ideals of honest, service, leadership, and career development among the career and technical students of Poudre. The honor society rewards meritorious achievement and encourages career and technical education students in their pursuit of educational and career goals. It is also meant to provide career and tech students with a greater awareness of the world of work.
Wendy Tomaschow Meetings are scheduled with advisor during the year
Ocean Bowl
The is an academic competition and program that addresses a national gap in environmental and earth sciences in public education by introducing high school students to and engaging them in ocean science, preparing them for ocean science-related and other STEM careers, and helping them become knowledgeable citizens and environmental stewards.
Adam McBride TBD
Robotics
We are a group of students who share an interest in science and technology, and it's application to real-world engineering. We may design and build robots, but our team is much more than that. Our mission is to be a student-run team that works together to participate in FIRST Robotics competitions. 

Alan Charters

Kara Quinlan

 Mon, Tue, Thurs, 4-6 pm - 505
Science Olympiad
Science Olympiad functions much like a sports team, requiring preparation, commitment, coaching and practice throughout the year. Each school-based team is allowed to bring 15 students who cross-train for a variety of events in their skill set. Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events. Each year, a portion of the events are rotated to reflect the ever-changing nature of genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on group participation
Kraig Burleson Wed, 6:30-8:30 pm - 306
Service & Environmental Club

Service and Environmental Club is a club where students can be involved in community-based service projects.  The emphasis is on local service projects that have a direct impact on Poudre High School and Ft. Collins. Each year, students decide what projects to undertake and are eligible for "lettering" in service.

Greg Golz  Fri, Lunch -  227
Spectrum

Spectrum brings together students of all genders and sexual identities to socialize, discuss current issues in the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as other social/life issues, engage in book studies, promote awareness among students/staff/community,

Chantal Bouveron

 Thurs, lunch - 104

Speech and Debate 
The Poudre Speech and Debate team gives students the chance to improve their public speaking, research, persuasive writing and acting ability. The team competes in formal tournaments against other schools across the nation, all while raising students’ self-confidence as well.
Ben Berry Tues, Thurs 4-6 pm - 206
Student Council
Student Council’s purpose is to foster and drive positive school culture and spirit. Students in this club build their leadership skills by creating school wide events such as Homecoming, Feed Our Families Food Drive, Dances, Spirit Weeks, Prom, and more!

Natalie Stockley

Denny Bain

Katie Courtway

Period 4A  - 218

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School-Sponsored Club Application

Click here to access the application form for a school-sponsored club.

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