RHS Student Clubs

Rochester High School provides many different student activities in order to build a positive school culture and to help all our students feel a sense of belonging in the RHS community! For these reasons, we strive to offer events and activities that appeal to a broad range of student interests and that increase school spirit and student participation.


How to Join a Club

Register and Pay Online:  Membership is $30 per club. Register and pay online at tinyurl.com/rhsclubs

  • Fee Exceptions:  Groups exempt from the $30 club fee are our three service clubs: Green Club, Key Club, and Rotary Interact. These clubs may have other fees which will be listed on the online registration page, tinyurl.com/rhsclubs.
  • Additional Fees:  Some clubs may have other event-based costs and/or supply expenses that come up during the school year.
  • Fee Reduction:  A waived fee or a 75% reduction in the club fee is available to students who receive the same price reduction in free or reduced lunch. When paying for clubs online, students who receive free or reduced lunch may get an online discount code from the counseling office to adjust the club fee.

For any questions on clubs, please contact Ms. Harris, Activities Director or find me in the Library.


List of Clubs Offered for 2016-17

Getting involved with a club is a great way to meet new people with similar interests and have a great time after school! All RHS students are welcomed and encouraged to join. Some clubs may have membership deadlines, so check below. Take a look at the list of clubs offered below. 

  • The registration fee is $30 per club and payable online or in person to the club sponsor.
  • All clubs meet right after school at 2:35 until 3:30 unless stated differently.
  1. Anime Club:  sponsored by Mrs. Arcangeli, meets Thursdays in room B105. At their weekly meetings, members discuss, view, and create all things anime.
  2. Art Club / National Art Honor Society:  sponsored by Mrs. Huvaere & Mrs. Rose, meets in room D126 on Mondays. Members work with paper, clay, and other materials, as well as volunteering in the community. Past projects have included tie dye t-shirts, painted glass, holiday paper sculptures, jewelry, murals, and deck art skateboard competition. Deadline for NAHS is October 31.
  3. BPA: Business Professionals of America:  sponsored by Mrs. Gambaro & Mrs. Malsbury, meets every other Tuesday in room B103 at 2:40. Students in BPA hone their business-related skills to participate in annual competitions where they complete projects using Microsoft Office, presenting information in a speech, or performing in a job interview. Membership deadline is Nov. 11th.  and members are required to have taken or are currently in a qualifying business course.
  4. Euchre, Chess, & Ping Pong Club:  sponsored by Mr. Campbell, meets Wednesdays in room B130. The strategical skills of our euchre and chess club members get better every week as they enjoy engaging in friendly games amongst each other. On alternate weeks, this group plays against each other in fun and friendly ping pong competitions.
  5. FEDS: Falcon Engineering and Design Solutions FIRST Robotics teamSponsored by Mrs. Nasiadka, FEDS meet in October on Thursday evenings from 6-9 pm. Members participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, an international, non-profit organization) where they design and assemble a robot to perform a pre-selected task. Members work as a team while they develop their own skills in the areas of science, math, engineering, and invention. Dedication to the team is a must, as members put in many hours during the robot-building season from January through March. Applications must be completed and are available online at FEDS201.com, due by Sept. 30th. After Jan 1st, meetings are 5-7 days a week to prepare for competition. 
  6. French Club & French Honor Society:  sponsored by Mrs. Arcangeli, meets every other Wednesday in room B105.
  7. German Club:  sponsored by Mr. Crites, meets Wednesdays in room B126 at 2:45.
  8. HOSA: Health Occupations Students of America: sponsored by Ms. Shooks, meets every other Monday in the Media Center. HOSA is a member of the national organization that works to promote career opportunities in the health care industry to students.
  9. Improv Club:  sponsored by Mr. Miesch, meets weekly in room A121 from 2:45-3:30. Students interact with each other through improvisation games – members learn to think quickly and gain confidence in speaking in front of others while having fun.
  10. Model United Nations   sponsored by Mrs. Healy and meets on Fridays in room D105. Members role-play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees, honing their researching, speaking, and debating skills.
  11. Quiz Bowl Team: sponsored by Ms. Kuslits and meets Mondays in room F110. At their weekly meetings, students divide into teams to play several quiz bowl rounds consisting of trivia-type questions on everything from opera to algebra and from geography to pop culture. No experience is necessary, but knowledge and skill are a bonus to help build up the team’s skills in order to play in the National Academic Quiz Tournaments (NAQT) competitions.
  12. RATS:  Rochester Alliance of Theatrical Students: sponsored by Mr. Gollon, meets Thursdays at 2:45 in the Auditorium. Our RATS members are an integral part of putting on our fall and spring theater productions. They represent cast, crew, Improv Team members, and talented performers.
  13. Rochester United Figure Skating Team  A team comprised of students from all three high schools in Rochester. To register for this club only, use this separate link. Additional fees are required for skate fees, uniforms, etc. The team is holding an informational meeting Wed., Oct 5th at 6:30 p.m. at the Onyx Ice Arena. Download this informational handout for details and meeting schedule.
  14. Science Olympiad:  sponsored by Ms. Phillips and Mrs. Rosell, meets on Wednesdays in room F207. Members have fun with all areas of science, from chemistry to biology to physics. The club discusses current and exciting events related to science as they prepare for competition.
  15. Ski & Snowboard Club: sponsored by Mrs. Malsbury; 1st meeting is Dec. 1st for students & parents at 7:00 pm in the library. Pine Knob ski season visits will be on Thursdays from 3:00-8:30 p.m. $125 fee includes transportation, discount pass, free lessons, and $30 club fee. $19 per week for lift tickets.
  16. Social Studies Honor Society:  sponsored by Mr. Zwolinski, meets Tuesdays in room D108. Members explore topics in the social studies in both their learning and in our community to encourage interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the social studies.
  17. Spanish Honor Society:  sponsored by Ms. East and Ms. Scislowicz, Spanish Honor Society members meet the last Tuesday of each month at 2:40 p.m. and 1st Thursday at 7:10 a.m. in B111. Members must be in a level 3 or 4 Spanish course.
  18. Spectrum Club:  sponsored by Ms. Monroe and meets in room C109.

Service Clubs:  Service clubs are service-oriented and becoming a member is free! Registration still required, so please sign up at tinyurl.com/rhsclubs!

  1. Green Club:  sponsored by Mr. Shurter, meets on Wednesdays in room B127. Green Club Green club is on a mission – to keep our school as green as possible! They help RHS keep our Michigan Green School “Evergreen status” and lead our school in all our environmentally-friendly initiatives.
  2. Key Club: sponsored by Mrs. O'Toole-Seyka, meets the first Tuesday of every month in C111 from 2:30-3:00. See the meeting times list on their web page for full details, including information on the Wednesday meeting in November and two meetings in March. Members help our community with various projects and events such as elementary school fundraisers, packing food and school supplies, collecting donations for Neighborhood House, and serving at the OPC.
  3. Rotary Interact:  sponsored by Mrs. Messing-Mirabito and meets on the first and third Wednesdays of the month in the Library. Download a list of dates from their web page. members are involved in two community service projects each year. Previous projects have included raising money for water filters for the Dominican Republic and collecting books for adolescents at Havenwyck Hospital.

Resources for Clubs and Sponsors

Projects and Fundraising Requests:

For any student groups wishing to sponsor, host, or organize a school event, administrative approval is required. Please complete one of the online forms:

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