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					                                                                                                                 Meeting                                         Financial                 Faculty
CLUB                  PURPOSE                                                                                    Times                                           Obligations               Advisor(s)
                      Advanced Mixed Chorus members are selected through auditions and director
Advanced Mixed        recommendations. Advanced Mixed Chorus studies and performs music of various During class, extra rehearsals                                Responsible for
Chorus*               styles and periods.                                                          as needed, 4 concerts and 1 festival per year                 required concert attire   Jane Adams

                      Cadets will build and launch their own gliders and rockets. This participation can
                      earn the cadet the Model Rockery Badge. Cadets can also build model airplanes
                      from the past, present and future. This participation can earn the cadet the               2:20pm – 3:30pm                                                           Major Trujillo
Aerospace Team*       American Modelers Association Wings and citation cord.                                     once a month or as needed                       None                      CMSgt.. Held




                      Shiloh High School will sponsor two American Red Cross Blood Drives this year,             2:20 pm - 3:00 pm as needed.
                      in December and in March. We have also been involved in American Red Cross                 Students should listen for schoolwide
                      Disaster Relief fundraising, most recently for victims of Hurricane Katrina. Student       announcements and look for information posted
American Red Cross    volunteers are needed to help plan and carry out these activities.                         throughout the school.                          None                      Barb Keeney




                      Students meet to discuss Japanese animation. We look at books, videos, and
Animae Club           related websites.                                                                          Once a week                                     None                      Elissa Newman


                      Cadets polish basic marching skills learned in the
                      classroom and often perform in parades and drill meets using M-1 rifles and West
                      Point Sabers. Participation can lead to a co-curricular service ribbons and a
Armed and             citation cord. The Saber Team is composed of Armed Drill Team Members. Team Tu & Th                                                                                  Major Trujillo
Unarmed Drill Team*   Performances can lead to a co-curricular service ribbon or a specialized badge.  2:30pm – 4:00pm year round                                None                      CMSgt.. Held
                      Inspire and recognize those students who have shown outstanding interest in the
                      visual arts, foster excellence and a dedicated spirit to the pursuit of art, further the
                      creative abilities, talents, and interest of the club’s members, assist members in
                      working toward the attainment of their highest potential in the visual arts, bring art
                      to the attention of the school and community, increase an awareness of art in
                      relation to other areas of the school curriculum, further aesthetic awareness in all
                      aspects of the school’s total program.
Art Club                                                                                                                                                         None                      Kelly McPhee
Beginnng Mixed          Beginning Mixed Chorus is open to all students and provides musical training            During class, extra rehearsals                    Responsible for
Chorus*                 through study and performances.                                                         as needed, 4 concerts per year                    required concert attire   Jane Adams

                        We are a chapter of the National Beta Club. The purpose of the organization is to
                        promote the values of leadership, scholarship and service to the school and
                        community. Members are invited to join as sophomores if they have a 90.0
                        cumulative GPA. A total of 20 community service hours are required by each
                        member per year- 5 of which must be done with the club. Projects will be offered at
                        each meeting. Each member must have at least one individual 5 hour project- for
                        total of 20 service hours per academic year. Many service opportunities present
                        themselves through out the year and we participate in a variety of these projects.                                                        – initiation
                        Past participation includes such as projects as the Empty Stocking Fund, Festival                                                         year and each of the
Beta Club               of Trees, Annistown Fall Carnival, peer tutoring, and mentoring.                    Once a month                                          remaining years           Robin Minyard

                        A local chapter of the National Beta Club, a student-centered, organization which
                        promotes the ideals of character, achievement, service, and leadership in our
                        school and community. Our motto is, Ducamus aliis serviendo "Let us lead by             Thursday each month                               Annual Dues
Beta Club - Sophomore   serving others".                                                                        2:30pm-3:30pm                                     $23.00                    Keenon Hall


                        Chamber orchestra is a smaller, select group of musicians who audition in order to Every day during class and extra rehearsals as         Responsible for required
Chamber Orchestra       belong. Generally they perform at a level V-VI.                                    Needed for concerts; also one festival                 Concert attire           Heath Kennedy
                        Presents, posts, retires, raises and lowers the
                        United States Flag at many school and community functions. Participation can            Wed                                                                         Major Trujillo
Color Guard*            lead to a co-curricular service ribbon and citation cord.                               2:20pm – 3:30pm year round                        None                      MSgt Cook

                                                                                                                                                                  Responsible for
                                                                                                                                                                  concert attire and $5
                        Competition Choir members are selected through auditions. This after school                                                               participation fee per
Competition Choir       chorus provides further musical study and additional performance opportunities.         Tuesdays, 2:20pm -3:50pm                          semester                  Jane Adams

                                                                                                                                                                  Responsible
                                                                                                                During class                                      for required concert
Concert Band*           The concert band performs Level III/IV music                                            extra rehearsals as needed; 1 festival per year   attire                    Dion Muldrow


                        The purpose of this orchestra is to build ensemble skills. It is made up primarily of
                        freshmen and is the first group they can participate in upon entering Shiloh High       Every day during class and extra rehearsals       Responsible for
Concert Orchestra       School. They perform level III-IV music.                                                As needed for concerts; also one festival         Required concert attire   Heath Kennedy

                        The purpose of the dance team is to provide a forum for trained dancers,
                        support athletics at Shiloh, as well as perform at basketball games, special
                        assemblies, and competition. Interested students must participate in the tryout
Dance Team              process.                                                                                TBA                                               $400.00                   Keenon Hall
                                                                                                           The debate team will meet on                         $50 dues per
                                                                                                           Tuesdays from 2:30-3:30 in room A38 to delegate student. Depending on
                                                                                                           assignments and discuss strategies; however,         competition
                                                                                                           individual research is very time consuming and will requirements, additional
                                                                                                           vary by student and topic. Most of this research and funds might be required
                         The purpose of the debate team is to engage in forensic competition with other    preparation will be done on the student's own time for transportation,
                         debate teams and clubs throughout the metro Atlanta area. The focus is on         outside of school. Additional meeting times will be accommodations,
Debate                   researching, speaking, and persuading abilities.                                  scheduled as needed.                                 and/or entrance fees.   Janine Madaffari


                         An international association of high school and college students
                         studying marketing, management and entrepreneurship in business, finance,
                         hospitality and marketing sales and service. More than 180,000 high school
                         students are members of High School DECA with over 5,000 chapters operating in
                         the United States, Canada, Germany and Puerto Rico. DECA's high school Participate in fundraisers and community service
                         programs prepare future leaders in the career clusters of business administration projects; and compete in the Regional and/or State
                         and management; entrepreneurship; finance; marketing, sales and service; and DECA competition, participate in community service Annual Dues-
DECA*                    hospitality and tourism.                                                          projects                                           $25.00                   Kara Griswold

                         The Drama club seeks to provide opportunities for any student at Shiloh High
                         School to experience the art and craft of theater. Through workshops and activities
Drama Club               related to theater and theater craft.                                               Once a month                                     $5.00 Annually           Elisabeth Cooper



                         Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working
                         relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
                         FBLA promotes business leadership, strenthens self confidence, provides
                         exposure to American free enterprise, encourages community service, teaches
FBLA - Future Business   efficient money management, helps develop character, assists in the establishment Twice a month or as needed                         Annual club dues
Leaders of America       of occupational goals, and facilitates the transition from school to work.        from 2:20 p.m. - 3:20 p.m                          $25.00 per year          Jamilya Mayo


                                                                                                           Members will meet                                 Students must
                         The French Club is a language club established to provide students                usually every month by calendar determined by the pay $10 fee yearly to
French Club*             with cultural experiences outside of the classroom.                               sponsor and club officers.                        join.                     Sherri Stewart
                        FEA is a club established to help students explore teaching as a career
                        option, as well as provide them with a realistic understanding of the opportunities in
                        the field of Education. Students are also encouraged to take part in community         Members will meet                                 Students must
Future Educators        service projects and to volunteer time as needed with students at our cluster          usually every month by calendar determined by the pay a small club fee
of America (FEA)        schools.                                                                               sponsor and club officers.                        yearly to join            Scotti McClung
General's
Journal Newspaper*      To provide news for the students at Shiloh High School and their parents.            Everyday                                            None                      Tom Kutter

                        The Georgia Math League offers a competitive math contest between member
                        schools for the purpose of allowing students to engage in higher thinking math
                        skills and to enjoy practicing math concepts. Awards are given to the schools with Oct. 24, Nov. 28, Jan. 9, Feb. 6,                                               Joanne Folger
Georgia Math League     the highest cumulative averages and to individual students with the highest scores. Mar. 6, Apr. 10                                      None                      Kay Cooksey


                                                                                                             Members will meet                                 Students must
                        The German Club is a language club established to provide students                   usually every month by calendar determined by the pay a small club fee
German Club*            with cultural experiences outside of the classroom.                                  sponsor and club officers.                        yearly to join              Scotti McClung


                                                                                                             Meetings 2:20pm - 3:00pm
HUGS Club                                                                                                    Activities 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm. Dates to be                                     Barb Keeney
Helping Unite General   Formerly known as the Special Club, the HUGS Club plans activities for students      determined by members on a month to month                                     Mary Gentry Nancy
Students                with and without disabilities to build friendships and enjoy each other's company.   basis.                                              $10 dues                  Chrisman




                        Interact is a Rotary-sponsored service club for students in ninth through twelfth
                        grades. Interact gives young people an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful
                        service projects. Through their service activities, Interactors learn the importance
                        of: developing leadership skills and personal integrity; demonstrating helpfulness
                        and respect for others; understanding the value of individual responsibility and hard
                        work. Shiloh Interact Club helps our school and community through Relay for Life,
                        Red Ribbon Week, Festival of Trees, road clean-up, nursing home visits, and food
                        bank support. Additionally, Interact Club is a way for seniors to earn hours for the
                        diploma Community Service Seal. Participation in at least two service projects per                                                                                 Julie Mearon
Interact Club           school year is expected.                                                              TBA                                                $10.00                    Janna Penn


                        Intermediate Girls' Chorus members are selected through auditions and director
Intermediate Girls'     recomendations. Intermediate Chorus studies and performs music of various styles During class, extra rehearsals                          Responsible for
Chorus*                 and periods.                                                                     as needed, 4 concerts per year                          required concert attire   Jane Adams
                         The International Thespian Society is a group of students who have prior theater
                         experience and service who elect to serve the school and the community through
International Thespian   theater and related activities. Membership is based on prior service to the Shiloh
Society                  Theater and guidelines set forth by the International Thespian Society.                  Once a month                                      TBD                    Sarah Thurmond


                                                                                                                  In the morning at 7:00 am in the theatre once a
                         Assist the junior class of Shiloh High School plan the junior senior prom in the         month.
                         Spring. The class also will participate in any school events where it is mandated        Typically once in November, January, February,     $150.00 /JR           Jamilya Mayo
Junior Class             for clubs                                                                                March and several in April to finalize prom       $110.00 / SR           Andie Derricho

                         A National Honor Society which promotes service to the
                         school and Shiloh’s civilian community. Cadets must have an A in ROTC and a B
Kitty Hawk Air Society   average in all other subjects to be eligible to participate. Participation can lead to   2:20pm –3:30pm                                                           Major Trujillo
Phoenix Chapter*         obtaining the Kitty Hawk Badge and a citation cord.                                      once a month or as needed                         None                   MSgt Cook


                                                                                                                  Members will meet                                 Students must
                         The Latin Club is a language club established to provide students with                   usually every month by calendar determined by the pay a small club fee
Latin Club*              cultural experiences outside of the classroom.                                           sponsor and club officers.                        yearly to join.        Rebecca Kasmier
Marching Band of         The marching band performs and at all Varsity Football                                   M, Tu, Th
Generals*                Games and performs at marching band competitions (3 per year).                           3:00pm – 5:30pm                                   $250.00                Dion Muldrow
                                                                                                                                                                   The team meets at 6:00
                                                                                                                                                                   p.m. with our attorney
                                                                                                                                                                   coach on Tuesdays
                                                                                                                                                                   and/or Thursdays.
                         The comprehensive, law-focused program of the State Bar of Georgia is                                                                     Since the new case is
                         designed to provide young people with an operational understanding of the law,                                                            not issued until the first
                         legal issues and the judicial process by preparing for, and participating in, a mock                                                      week in December,
                         trial. Using a case prepared by the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of                                                            practices are held
                         Georgia, students playing the role of witnesses or attorneys will participate in a                                                        primarily over a 2½
                         trial presided over by a real judge in a real courtroom. The Regional competition is                                                      month period; however,
                         usually held at the Gwinnett County Justice Center the third week-end in February.                                                        meetings will be held
                         The winners proceed to the State competition and the State winners go on to the                                                           prior to December with
                         National competition. High school students (grades 9-12) with a “B” average or       There are no fees, but students                      the initial meeting during
                         better are eligible to participate in try-outs for the team of 12-14 persons (6      must provide their own transportation to practice    the first month of the
Mock Trial               attorneys, 6 witnesses, 2 timekeepers).                                              and to the competitions.                             school year.               Mahlon Bryan
Mu Alpha Theta           National Math Honor Society                                                          Each Semester                                        $7.00                    Stephen Dartt


                         The Multi-Cultural Student Association (MCSA) is created to highlight the diverse
                         cultures within the Shiloh Community and to enlighten students about how cultural
Multi-Cultural Student   differences can be the strengths that bring our community together. Any student   2:30 - 3:30 usually one day a
Association (MCSA)       may join.                                                                         week (day decided by students in the club)              $7-$10 dues              Kim Fye




                                                                                                                                                                   Students must
                                                                                                              Members meet                                         pay $20.00 to cover the
                         The National French Honor Society recognizes achievement and high                    once a year for the induction ceremony and various   cost of national dues
National French          academic and character standards. Students meeting national requirements are         times throughout the year depending on service       and graduation
Honor Society*           invited to join.                                                                     projects or activities planned by the officers.      materials.              Sherri Stewart
National Future
Educators of America
Honor Society                                                                                                                                                                                Scotti McClung




                                                                                                                                                                   Students must
                                                                                                              Members meet                                         pay between $10.00-
                          The National German Honor Society recognizes achievement and high                   once a year for the induction ceremony and various   20.00 to cover the cost
National German           academic and character standards. Students meeting national requirements are        times throughout the year depending on service       of national dues and
Honor Society*            invited to join.                                                                    projects or activities planned by the officers.      graduation materials.     Scotti McClung



                          The National Honor Society is a national organization whose purpose is to
                          recognize high school seniors and juniors who exemplify outstanding scholarship,
                          leadership, character, and service. Students must have a G.P.A. of 92.0 or higher
                          to be considered for membership in NHS. Qualified students must complete an                                                              New Members:
                          information packet, which is evaluated by a faculty committee, composed of faculty                                                       Annual Dues $15.00:
                          members selected by the school principal. Membership is granted only to those                                                            Returning Members:        Kris Fitzgerald
National Honor Society    students selected by the faculty committee.                                        The fourth Tuesday of every month                     Annual Dues $10.00        Brian Baron

                          Students must maintain 90 average or higher in all technical courses                                                                     $30-$35
National Honor Society    (at least 3 full credits); maintain overall average of 83 or higher; 11th or 12th                                                        membership fee--
for Technical Education   grader; display outstanding citizenship, character and leadership in order to                                                            depending on national
Students                  comply with the NTHS Standards of Conduct                                                                                                dues




                                                                                                                                                                   Students must
                                                                                                              Members meet                                         pay between $10.00-
                          The National Latin Honor Society recognizes achievement and high                    once a year for the induction ceremony and various   20.00 to cover the cost
National Latin            academic and character standards. Students meeting national requirements are        times throughout the year depending on service       of national dues and
Honor Society*            invited to join.                                                                    projects or activities planned by the officers.      graduation materials.     Rebecca Kasmier
                                                                                                                                                                     Students must
                                                                                                                Members meet                                         pay between $25.00 to
                         The National Spanish Honor Society recognizes achievement and high                     once a year for the induction ceremony and various   cover the cost of
National Spanish         academic and character standards. Students meeting national requirements are           times throughout the year depending on service       national dues and
Honor Society*           invited to join.                                                                       projects or activities planned by the officers.      graduation materials.    Suzy Ramirez
                                                                                                                Every day during class and extra rehearsals as       Responsible for required
Philharmonic Orchestra   This is the next level group which plays at level IV-V music.                          Needed for concerts; also one festival               Concert attire           Heath Kennedy
Recycling Club           Recycle paper                                                                          Varies                                               None                   Elissa Newman




                         Scholar’s/Academic Bowl is a competition of knowledge where teams work
                         together to earn points in a quiz style match. Students will learn information from
                         areas including history, literature, art, music, science and math. This information
                         will come from what students have learned in school as well as additions gained on
                         their own and in practice. Students will help each other learn more in small group
                         sessions and large group competition practice.                                         Meetings are every Wednesday
                         Levels: Junior Varsity- JV is for students in 9th or 10th grade. Competitions at the   from 2:15pm- 3:30pm. Competition: Competitions
                         JV level are more limited to the areas already studied by these students.              are held throughout the year both in Gwinnett and
                         Varsity- All students can participate at the varsity level but the competitive level   across the state. The team and coach select which Dues vary based
                         increases in depth of knowledge covered as well as the breadth by including more       competitions to attend as they are announced.     on the number of
Scholar’s Bowl           advanced areas of study such as physics and calculus.                                  Competitions are usually on a Saturday.           competitions attended.    Stephen Lindsay
Science Olympiad Club    Prepare for and compete in the Science Olympiad competition.                           Once or twice a week after school through February $10 dues                 Muhammad Shahid




                                                                                                                                                                     Books will be
                                                                                                                                                                     provided for members,
                                                                                                                                                                     who are responsible for
                                                                                                                                                                     returning books within a
                                                                                                                                                                     designated time frame
                                                                                                                Once a month from                                    in the same condition in
                                                                                                                2:15pm-3:00pm. The dates have not yet been           which they received
Shiloh Book Club         Promote reading for pleasure                                                           determined                                           them.                    Deborah Hysong
                                                                                                                                                           Each student thatis a
                                                                                                                                                           member of the Hockey
                                                                                                                                                           Club will be responsible
                                                                                                                                                           for team fees,
                                                                                                                                                           equipment and all
                       Students will participate in a roller hockey season held at South Gwinnett                                                          transportation. Shiloh
                       RollerHockey Rink and The Cooler in Alpharetta beginning in November thru April.                                                    High School will not be
                       Students will meet on campus two days a week to run for conditioning and practice Two days a week forconditioning immediately after responsible for any
Shiloh Hockey Club     at South Gwinnett Roller Rink one night a week during the season.                 school during season                              financial matters.       Amy Farrow


                       Our mission is to encourage and perpetuate the observation and conservation of
                       wildlife in our communities and state.” Activities include Wild Game Dinner,
                       Horseback Riding, Archery 3-D Shoot, Big Buck Contest, Camping, Canoeing, and
Shiloh Outdoors Club   Hiking.                                                                            TBA                                               TBD                    Greg Mott

                       To develop student leadership techniques through training presented by
                       members of the Gwinnett Student Leadership Team. This group is a selected
                       group from finalists in the selection process of the Gwinnett Student Leadership                                                     Annual
Shiloh Student         Team as well as one selected member from the Fine Arts Department and one                                                            Leadership Summit      Brian Baron
Leadership Team        selected member from the Athletics Department.                                     One meeting monthly                               registration           Nicole Morris


                                                                                                          Members will meet                                 Students must
                       The Spanish Club is a language club established to provide students                usually every month by calendar determined by the pay a small club fee
Spanish Club*          with cultural experiences outside of the classroom.                                sponsor and club officers.                        yearly to join.        Rachel Buzzerd

                       Special ensembles are organized for the further study of musical
                       literature. This may include groups such as pep band, brass choir, woodwind
Special Ensembles*     choir, or jazz ensemble.                                                           TBD                                               None                   Dion Muldrow
                                                                                                                                                                                   Adrienne LeBlanc,
                                                                                                                                                                                   Chasity Hill,
Step Team                                                                                                 TBD                                               TBA                    Jacklin Scott


                       To create and maintain student involvement in extracurricular activities through
                       the development and execution of student leadership, fundraising for charitable    Weekly
Student Council        organizations, as well as social programming at Shiloh High School.                Wednesdays at 2:30 PM                             None                   Leanna Hayman
                                                                                                                                                             Responsible
                        This band is a training and progression ensemble that will prepare                 During class                                      for required concert
Symphonic Band*         students for the Wind Symphony. This band typically performs Level V music.        extra rehearsals as needed; 1 festival per year   attire                 Dion Muldrow


                        This is the second level orchestra. Members work on gaining more technique and     Every day during class and extra rehearsals as    Responsible for required
Symphonic Orchestra     facility. This group plays level IV music.                                         Needed for concerts; also one festival            Concert attire           Heath Kennedy

                        The College Sports Fans of Shiloh is a club established to provide a place for
The College Sports      students who are passionate about college sports to engage in discussions and
Fans of Shiloh          competitions.                                                                      TBA                                               None                   Carl Zimmerman
TSA - Technology        Promote leadership, citizenship and a strong interest in the field of technology                                                                            Dr. Sidney
Students Association    engineering.                                                                       Bi-Monthly                                        $50.00                 Rabsatt

                        The band members in this ensemble are auditioned and
                        selected based on highest achievement on their instrument. This band typically
                        performs Level VI music. The Wind Symphony is the premiere ensemble to                                                               Responsible
                        represent Shiloh High School by touring and performing concerts on a national      During class                                      for required concert
Wind Symphony*          level.                                                                             extra rehearsals as needed; 1 festival per year   attire                 Dion Muldrow

                        For all interested in learning to perform with flags and rifles in a
                        competitive fashion. The Winterguard attends at least four competitions in the     Tu, Th                                                                   Dion Muldrow
Winterguard             season. Winterguard begins in November and ends in March.                          3:00pm – 6:00pm                                   $250.00                Mitch Birnbaum


YMVP- Young Men With    Promote leadership, good study habits, and serve as a role model for fellow
Values and Principles   students.                                                                          Bi-Monthly                                        $10.00/yr.             Richard Postell

				
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