- Anime Club
- Art Club
- Blount County Robotics Team
- Chess Club
- Climbing Team
- Culinary Club
- Ethics Bowl
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- French Club
- French Honor Society
- Future Teachers of America
- International Thespian Society (Drama Club)
- Junior Civitan
- Junior Classical League
- Key Club
- Math Team
- Model UN
- Mu Alpha Theta
- National Honor Society
- Prom Committee
- Scholars Bowl
- Science Bowl
- Spanish Honor Society
- Student Council
- The Young Americans for Freedom
- Yoga Club
- Young Democrats
Sponsor: Travis Tidwell
Anime Club members come from grades 8-12 and are brought together by their common interest in watching anime, reading manga, exploring Japanese culture, and encouraging diversity in our schools. Meetings are student driven and occur every other Wednesday afternoon in the MHS library.
Club Sponsor/Head Mentor: Joel Smith
Blount County Robotics (#4504) is a FIRST robotics team that includes student from Maryville, Alcoa, and William Blount. BC Robotics builds a competition robot each year that competes against other teams nationally. Our team focus is to develop innovative technology initiatives and business operations within the community, as well as preparing students for opportunities in engineering and robotics after graduation. If you love robots or want to do something that involves robots, all skill levels are welcome. No previous knowledge of robotics is required."
We are having our 1st meeting on September 10th
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Boys and Girls Club Building (former Fort Craig Elementary campus) - 520 S. Washington St, Maryville, TN 37804 - park and enter from the back where the buses park.This meeting is open for anyone interested in joining our Robotics Team. Come see what we are all about. We would love to have you join us! If you have questions, feel free to email email@example.com
Sponsor: Rosanna Giles
DECA is an association of business and marketing students who are interested in leadership, marketing, finance, hospitality and management. DECA students participate in business competitions which help to provide students with life skills in terms of public speaking, thinking on your feet, and overall comfort in preparation skills as well as one-on-one conversations. Meetings are usually before school, during activity periods, or during break about once every month or two.
Sponsor: Kristi Caux
French Club activities are open to any Maryville High School student who is interested in the French language and Francophone cultures. Throughout the year, the French Club sponsors activities such as outings to the crêperie, ice skating, movie night, French tables, and other opportunities available in our community.
Sponsor: Kristi Caux
La Société Honoraire de Français, the French Honor Society, recognizes outstanding achievement in French by students at Maryville High School and promotes the French language and Francophone cultures throughout the school community. Membership is offered to students who have completed a minimum of three years of French and who are enrolled in the next sequential French course and who have maintained an A/B average in French coursework.
Sponsor: Anita Crook (firstname.lastname@example.org)
HOSA is a club open to all students who have an interest in healthcare. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere where students with common career interests can grow and learn together as well as get an insight into this career field. We come together as a club to learn more about the medical field, complete community service projects, take part in outreach activities, community awareness events, and to hear guest speakers in health careers that we are interested in. In addition, we also compete against other HOSA clubs across the state in healthcare-related competitions. We spend our club time growing our students’ knowledge about healthcare, having fun together, and aiding in the transition from high school to the medical field.
Sponsors: Ken Dugger, Cheryl Stoltenberg and Kristy Noda
Junior Civitan is an organization of youth service clubs dedicated to making the world a better place. With 10,000 members across 300 clubs and three continents, Junior Civitans have a huge impact on the world around us focusing on serving individuals with disabilities within our community.
Sponsor: Connie Weaver
Junior Classical League is a national organization that promotes fellowship among Latin and Greek students. At MHS, students gain membership into National Junior Classical League and Tennessee Junior Classical League, as well as our local chapter. Dues are required, We usually have a Christmas gathering and other events can be planned as desired. If MHS participates in the University of Tennessee at Knoxville Latin Day in the Fall, students who are not enrolled in Latin MUST be a member of JCL to be considered for this field trip. Meetings are held in Ms. Weaver’s room 353. Need to be enrolled in Latin or have completed Latin 2.
Sponsor: Ashley Porter and Jessica Janson
Math Team is for students who like math and want to compete in math contests and explore problem-solving outside the normal classroom curriculum. Team members are either selected by their teachers or try out for their subject-specific team. Students who are interested in the opportunity should talk to their current math teacher to find out how to earn a spot on the team. Practices will be announced closer to competition dates.
Sponsors: Jessica Janson, Amanda Russell and Natasha McMurray
The prom committee is a great club for juniors interested in putting together the junior/senior prom. We typically meet monthly, with meeting frequency increasing in the months preceding prom. Members get to choose the theme, decorations, favors, etc. Other club activities include the annual Homecoming Carnival and The Black & White Affair.
Sponsors: Angela Webb and Jennifer Sobota
Sponsors: Samantha Harding and Stacey Travis
The Student Council is an application/selection based club. STUCO puts on a number of school events throughout the year and insures that the issues of the student body are addressed. Applications for rising juniors and seniors are available in the spring semester.
Sponsor: Mike Driver
YAF chapters bring together students to advocate for the ideas of limited government, individual freedom, free enterprise, traditional values and a strong national defense. YAF chapters can provide a visible presence for the Conservative Movement, energize other students, and encourage them to speak out.
YAF was founded on September 11, 1960 by young conservatives who met at the home of William F. Buckley Jr. and wrote its founding document the Sharon Statement.
Meeting in room S04.