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Clubs and Organizations
Time: Thursday 2:45 - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Room 333
Student Rep: Will Del Sobral
Faculty Advisor: Todd Sawyer
Academic Bowl is a club that meets to answer trivia questions in a friendly competition. Questions cover a variety of topics, such as History and Science. New members of all trivia knowledge levels are encouraged to stop by. We meet weekly every Thursday in room 333 from 2:45-4:00 pm.
Location: Room 303
Student Rep: TBD
Faculty Advisor: Patti Worth and Caitlin Smith
Open to all students, Activism Club members seek to become effective and passionate activists on issues that affect our community and communities around the country. Students set the agenda and organize projects; past and continuing projects include hosting forums with members of the community, organizing voter registration drives, and working on lowering the voting age in municipal elections. We are open to tackling all issues that students feel passionate about, and we welcome student input in our continuing mission to be active-minded global citizens.
American Red Cross Club
Time: 2:45 - 3:30 PM
Location: RM 305
Student Rep: email@example.com
Faculty Advisor: Bob Wilder
American Red Cross club is a service club that participates in many ARC charitable activities: helps with school blood drive, collects donations for servicemen overseass, creates hospital coloring fun packs for children in hospital stays and many more.
Time: Wednesday 2:45 - 3:45 PM
Location: RM 253
Faculty Advisor: Joseph Pickman
Open studio for the visual arts.
Bookmarked: The CCHS Book Talk Club
Time: Mondays 2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Library RM 242 (The Fish Bowl)
Student Rep: Sammy Saak 2024
Faculty Advisor: Robin Cicchetti
Bookmarked is for students interested in reading and talking about books and eating snacks!
Time: One meeting in the late fall and then 4 visits after school
Faculty Advisor: Jen Greeley
BookPALS visits an urban after-school program four times during the year. Students share books and snacks with a “buddy”, and every visit includes a follow-up letter.
Time: Friday (starting November 4) 2:45-4:30 p.m.
Location: Room 449
Student Rep: Samuel Richman 2024
Faculty Advisor: Amanda Thompson
Competitive and casual play of Super Smash Brothers, League of Legends, Valorant, and others. All skill levels are welcome! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like an invite to our Discord server.
CCHS Film Club
Time: Fridays @ 3:00 p.m.
Location: RM 256 (Digital Imaging Lab)
Student Rep: Amazigh Mayouche 2022
Faculty Advisor: Robert Wilder
Film Club watches films selected by the club president, enjoys refreshments and each others company, and sometimes follows them up with conversation on the themes and scenes seen.
Time: Join the chi-mail list for upcoming classes. 7:00 a.m.
Location: Room 104 or Softball Field (weather dependent)
Student Rep: Deco Siefer 2023
Faculty Advisor: John Yered
Time: Mondays @ 3:00 p.m.
Location: Rm 332
Faculty Advisor: Melea Ray
The Voice is the school newspaper. It is published online only. We cover school, local, national and international news, and always welcome new writers, reporters and photographers.
Time: Wednesdays from 2:45 - 4:00 PM
Location: Room 438
Student Rep: Jonah Brockman 2023
Faculty Advisor: John Bookis
A club dedicated to having fun playing and improving at Chess. We have a relaxed environment with no chess experience needed. Feel free to drop in whenever you can. We have snacks as well!
Chicken Scratch (Writing Club)
Time: Wednesdays @ 2:45 p.m.
Location: Room 329
Student Rep: Isabelle Adourian 2023
Faculty Advisor: Jenny Blounts
ChickenScratch is a club for students who enjoy writing! We do fun writing prompts, discuss the craft of writing, do some sharing and workshopping, and provide plenty of time, space, and inspiration to work on your own writing projects–whatever they might be!
Time: Thursday, 7:15 AM
Location: Room 449
Faculty Advisor: Ray Pavlik/Josh Reed/Andrea Gillis/Emily McNeight/Hanna Bruno
As representatives of our respective classes and of Concord-Carlisle Regional High School as a whole, Class Government is dedicated to:
- Remaining an approachable and open-minded resource for all students
- Facilitating spirit and enthusiasm in the school body through interclass collaboration
- Encouraging student involvement, cohesion, and support of one another
- Building and strengthening respect and equality towards all
- Creating a positive school experience to enhance student life
- Contributing positively towards the greater community by giving back
While collaborating to achieve these goals, we will lead by example, working to fully represent our school and community to the best of our ability.
Time: Wednesdays (Thursday is the rain day) 3:15-4:30 p.m.
Location: CCHS Tennis Courts
Faculty Advisor: Alex Spence
The CCTC promotes fall tennis and fitness training for experienced and beginner players. Join the CCTC!
Concord-Carlisle Weather Services
Time: Fridays 7:30 - 7:55 a.m.
Location: Room 401
Student Rep: Luke McCroy 2024
Faculty Advisor: Theresa Ruggiero
We are a local Chapter of the National American Meteorologic Society. We forecast the weather using the CCHS weather station data in conjunction with models and other data sources and broadcast our CCHS forecast using original graphics and our team of TV, radio and social media broadcasters. Other club activities include launching and analyzing data for weather balloons and doing outreach activities both within the school and in the community like weather fest and visits to elementary school classrooms. A select group represents the club at the National AMS meeting each year and presents an academic poster representing a project the club has taken on that year.
Time: Monday, 2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Rm 254
Student Rep: Tiffany Lu 2023
Faculty Advisor: Tracie Dunn
At De-Stress Club, we raise awareness about Mental Health. During our club meetings, we usually do activities related to relieving stress in students such as origami, playing board games, simply talking, or meditation. There are also some projects that we have been working on including building a zen garden at the school accessible by all students and staff. Projects like these include community service hours and also improve the school community!
Time: Mon 2:45 p.m.
Student Rep: Richard Li, Alisha Bhatt
Faculty Advisor: Ms. McNeight
Hi, we’re the CCHS Debate Team. We meet after school on Mondays, where we do Public Forum Debate. As a team, we prepare you to compete in tournaments by helping you with topic briefs, drills, and cases. Topics often include global politics, legislation, the economy, and more! We compete on the local and national circuits, and anyone of any amount of experience is welcome to join!
Far East Association
Time: Wednesdays 2:50-3:30 PM
Location: RM 303
Student Rep: Liam Havens
Faculty Advisor: Bo Feng
The Far East Association (FEA) is a club that involves the exploration and celebration of Asian culture; including cuisine, art, film and more. Every week we complete a project as a group in order to further explore and understand these aspects of Asian culture. Activities include making sushi, dumplings, Chinese paper-cutting, name seal carving, and pyrography.
Fashion Design Club
Time: Thursdays, 2:45 PM
Location: Room 335
Student Rep: Adeline King 2024
Faculty Advisor: Ingrid Sutter
At Fashion Design Club, students will learn both the artistic and business-oriented sides of the fashion industry. They will learn the process of fashion design from inspiration, sketching, constructing the garment, documenting it, and then sharing it through a fashion show. In addition to creating garments and accessories, students will also create a “brand” (by themselves or with friends) and use digital software to create a logo. Students will have fun at this club while learning about this art form
Time: Friday 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Walden Pond
Student Rep: Adrian Wang 2023
Faculty Advisor: Mike Mastrullo
Fishing has been a huge hobby of ours for a long time, and over quarantine, we discovered that it was a great way to distract us from all the crazy things that were going on in our lives at the time. We used fishing to destress ourselves by connecting with nature and the world around us during a time when social interaction was limited and the world was operated through screens. Fishing can serve as a great way for students at CCHS to take an occasional break from pressures they may experience at school and home. We believe fishing provides an opportunity different from the toxicity and addictive nature of social media and video games. Not only is it incredibly rewarding, it gives us a chance to connect with ourselves, with others, with nature, and to have lots of fun. In our club, we will cover the ins and outs of fishing, from gear, techniques, and fish finding. We welcome both new and experienced anglers.
Time: Fridays 2:45 - 3:45
Location: Room 311
Student Rep: Lindsay Mingolla 23, Mai Richmond 23
Faculty Advisor: Mme. Roussel
The CCHS French Club seeks to provide enrichment opportunities for students to learn more about Francophone culture. Our meetings are a mix of games, food, movies/entertainment, competitions, conversation, and more! We meet on Friday afternoons from 2:45-3:45 in Room 418, and everyone is welcome!
Time: Before school, Day TBD
Student Rep: Emerson Lin 2024
Faculty Advisor: TBD
The Girl Up Club is an umbrella under the United Nations Foundation that advocates for, creates awareness of, and fundraises to support girls’ global empowerment.
Global Competence Certificate Program: (GCC) will foster students’ global awareness, and, in so doing, provide CCHS graduates with the essential skills for participating in and contributing to an increasingly globalized society.
Green Team Environmental Club
Time: Wednesdays at 7:30 - 8:00am
Location: Room 440
Faculty Advisor: Andy Fall
Works to make CCHS a more sustainable member of our community. We’ve been the leaders getting the school to compost, switch to bulk milk, recycle, run the sustainable event cart, promote Concord’s Solar Challenge, help with The Cooler Concord Fair, and help with plastics and the climate crisis. Come help!
History Reading Group
Time: Fridays @ 2:45 PM
Location: RM 346
Faculty Advisor: Ethan Hoblitzelle
The group meets after school to discuss articles and books of interest to its members.
Time: Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 2:45 - 3:45 p.m.
Location: Room 308
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Stevens
We provide a quiet space in which to work on homework. Students can ask questions and get support on tough assignments. Homework Club meets Monday through Thursday every week so students can come once in a while or every day based on their needs
Time: Thursday 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Location: Room 316
Faculty Advisor: Ryan Palmer
Improv Club is an informal place to practice improv – a theater form that is made up on the spot. We play games that help structure scenes and learn improv fundamentals like ‘yes… and,’ character development, and narration. Improv club members come to have fun, push themselves, and learn to make mistakes while building confidence and public speaking skills. We have two performances a year, and take a club trip to see a professional show in Cambridge in the spring. If you enjoy Improv Club, consider coming to our Improv Skills Workshop on Wednesdays at 3 pm in room 316 to develop your skills even further.
Time: Thursdays 2:45 PM
Location: Room 341
Student Rep: Ashley Wieland 2023, Caroline Wieland 2023, Fiona Martinelli 2023
Faculty Advisor: Melissa Carr
The Innocence Project Club works to educate, advocate, and fundraise for those who have been wrongfully convicted. We work alongside the non-profit organization, The Innocence Project, which works to seek justice for anyone who has been wrongfully convicted. Our club has worked to raise awareness of injustices present within the criminal justice system and to advocate for specific reforms to the criminal justice system that will prevent wrongful convictions from happening in the first place. We learn about current cases of wrongfully convicted individuals and advocate to demand justice for individuals whose cases are imminent and need attention. We also conduct educational events to raise awareness at CCHS and in our communities.
Time: Every Monday 2:45 - 3:30 pm
Location: RM 320
Faculty Advisor: Agatha Wozniak
A community service club, sponsored by Rotary, that organizes activities and fundraisers in Concord, Carlisle, and Boston. Interact is very open to any ideas students bring to the table, including projects in foreign nations. Previous projects have included exclusive rights to screen documentaries as fundraisers, a drive to deliver school supplies to Cameroon, sorting/organizing with Cradles to Crayons, OpenTable, writing letters to US Soldiers and many more!
Location: Room 330
Student Rep: Mai Richmond 2023
Faculty Advisor: Dora Golding
Intersections is a diverse group of CCHS students from Boston (via the METCO program), and the towns of Concord and Carlisle. Intersections club members highlight diversity and foster inclusion in our school community, and support one another in exploring, understanding and embracing how their social identities, (i.e. gender, sexuality, race, economic-status/class, age, linguistic) intersect, and overlap with their classmates, faculty and staff.
Investment and Finance Club
Time: Tuesday, 7:20 a.m.
Location: Room 449
Student Rep: Jonah Brockman 2023, Andrew Wu 2023, Tate Becker 2023
Faculty Advisor: Ray Pavlik
The club would cover the Investment and the finance world while incorporating a fun interactive investment game where students can use play money to invest in companies and would compete to see who gets the biggest return. The club would cover all aspects of the stock market and real life opportunities in finance. The club would show students what had happened to the stock market in the past, how to invest, and famous people involved in the stock market. No real money will be invested in this club. No experience or real money required!
Junior State of America
Time: Mondays 5:15 - 6:15 p.m.
Location: Rm 248
Student Rep: Marcellus Thorsen 2023
Faculty Advisor: Johanna Glazer
JSA is a political debate and discussion group run and organized entirely by students. We discuss political issues with people of all beliefs and opinions, creating an open and respectful forum for expression. We also have snacks.
Time: 2nd and 4th Thursday 7:20 amAND 2:45-3:30pm
Location: Room 254
Student Rep: Alissa Bono 2025
Faculty Advisor: Joyce Hekkala, Tracie Dunn
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Time: Monday @ 3:00 p.m.
Location: Room 349
Student Rep: Olivia Hughes 2022
Faculty Advisor: Hollie Haycock-Portelli
We meet weekly to explore more aspects of the field of classics, including ancient Greek, mythology, art history, etc. All students are welcome, including students not currently enrolled in Latin.
Time: Wednesdays 2:45 - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Room 423
Student Rep: Rahul Babu 2023, Shane Lee 2023
Faculty Advisor: Brad Marshall, Emily McNeight
Club that brings students together to share their love for math.
Time: Thursdays 2:45-3:45 PM
Location: RM 320
Student Rep: Esther Park 2024
Faculty Advisor: Johanna Glazer
Model UN is a student-run discussion group for anyone interested in talking and learning about the latest international events. Each week, the officers start by presenting a pressing issue from a recent news article, then guide students through an engaging discussion about the problem at hand, possible solutions, and the US and UN’s roles in reaching a resolution. All are welcome – all that’s needed is curiosity about global events!
Time: We meet once before each round of the competition and for hearings. Most meetings are after school: 3:00-4:15
Faculty Advisor: Samantha Fox Morrow / Tracy Davies
Time: Day TBD, 7:15 - 7:55 AM
Location: The Fishbowl (room 242)
Student Rep: TBA
Faculty Advisor: Nancy Slocum and Matt Goldberg
MVP (Mentors in Violence Prevention) Club works to prevent gender-based violence in all of its forms (e.g., sexual harassment, bullying, sexual assault, homophobia (and transphobia) and educate school community members about related issues (such as consent, boundaries, and respect). Each year, the club provides 30 students with the opportunity to participate in a 2-day program to learn how to be an MVP trainer. Once trained, MVP club members then conduct MVP training for Concord and Carlisle 8th graders, parents and community members. The club also hosts other events and educational opportunities to prevent gender-based violence, often in conjunction with sexual assault awareness month in April.
Time: Wednesdays at 2:45 p.m. Student leaders meet on Wednesdays, usually monthly, and members participate in service events scheduled throughout the year
Location: Room 349
Faculty Advisor: Madeleine Pooler
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.
For a FAQ about CCHS’ Minuteman Chapter of the National Honor Society, visit this link.
Time: Friday 3:00 p.m.
Location: Room 435
Student Rep: Anika Ambati 2025
Faculty Advisor: James O'Shea
Open Source: The CCHS Coding Club
Time: Monday @ 2:45 PM
Location: RM 411
Student Rep: Chris Bao 2023 and Ben Megan 2021
Faculty Advisor: Anthony Beckwith
The Coding Club gathers with a common interest in exploring complexity. Sometimes we discuss. Sometimes we plan for new activities. Sometimes we code. Sometimes we sign up for Hackathons. And, you know what? Sometimes we just meet to hang out: https://www.concordcarlisle.org/abeckwith/coding-club/
Time: Thursdays 7:15 - 8:00 a.m.
Student Rep: Ashley Grant, Mia McKennitt, and Porter Coutre
Faculty Advisor: Owen Curtin
The CCHS Outdoors Club is a student-oriented club that focuses on outdoor activities. One of the club’s main goals is to get out and explore the New England area. Past experiences have included hiking, geocaching, white water rafting, and ice climbing. The club is looking for new ideas and hoping to incorporate a possible dog sledding experience and snowshoeing, to name a few.
There is no commitment to this club. The idea is to invite students to join us on our adventures if they are available. We are always looking for new adventurers and new ideas.
Join the Google Classroom to sign up for events and to get involved. https://classroom.google.com/c/MjA1NDc4NjY3NzYy?cjc=eqsrmhs
Time: Thursdays 7:00-9:00 PM
Location: RM 140
Faculty Advisor: David Gresko
Members of Pep Band support the football team in the stands at all home football games (4-6 games) and at the annual Thanksgiving Game (if at home). The group also performs at the Crop Walk in Concord, usually held on a Sunday in mid-late October. Rehearsals are typically on Thursdays (7-9 pm), and members of the Pep Band are required to be a member of a band class during the school day.
Time: Mondays at 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Location: RM 256
Student Rep: Bowen Supple 2022
Faculty Advisor: Greg Coan
Reflections is the school’s literary and arts magazine. We work together to collect and showcase student’s artwork and writing. Throughout the year, we host art and writing contests, and towards the end of the year, we release our big print edition!
Even if you can’t join, you can always submit to our contests and magazine. We are always looking for submissions of all kinds (art, writing, photography, etc…) which can be emailed or given to any of our members.
Time: Thursday @ 3:00 p.m.
Location: Colonial Sound (rm. 145)
Student Rep: Alex Liu 2023
Faculty Advisor: Dan Simone
If you are a student musician interested in exploring the possibilities of performing live at school, joining a band, or are a member of a band looking to connect with others who have similar interests, this is the club for you. We support student performances with sound engineering and venue prep. We meet weekly to play plan and talk. We also have an array of equipment and instruments available to support live performances.
If you want to take part in building a 120 pound robot from complete scratch, come join us at robotics! We spend six intensive weeks designing, machining, assembling, wiring, coding and driving until we have a competition ready machine. Don’t think you can do any of those? Don’t worry, come on by and we’ll teach you everything you need to know. Visit our website to see our bots! http://www.team3205.com/
Time: Wednesdays @ 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Student Rep: Elyjah Chabilal Ramos 2024 & Drew Micciantuono2024
Faculty Advisor: Tyler Patterson
A forum and safe space for students who love sci-fi, fantasy, anime, manga, gaming, and all things awesome like that. Want more? We also travel to Japan!
Time: Fridays 7:30-8:00am
Location: Room 350
Student Rep: Stella Kaplowitz 2025 and Lindsey Piper 2023
Faculty Advisor: Wendy Cahill
The Spanish Club is a comfortable space for students who want to practice real-life Spanish speaking/listening situations and learn more about the history of the language and Spanish/Latin cultures, as well as further developing their linguistic skills. We meet before school so you can participate even if you do athletics!
Time: Wednesdays @ 2:45 - 3:45 PM
Location: RM 337
Faculty Advisor: Ben Kendall/Bee Loprete
Spectrum is a club that welcomes all CCHS students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a questioning person or ally. We promote interest in and tolerance of diversity, and work to support a positive and welcoming school climate for all. Our meetings provide support to members, and education about local, national and global trends in the area of LGBTQ+ rights.
Time: Three days a week during winter sports season
Location: Concord Acton Squash Club
Student Rep: Captains; Isabel Frangules, May Goar, Ryan Grace and Kevin O'Neil
Faculty Advisor: Pamela Goar
The Squash Club meets during the winter sports season.
Time: Alternating Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m.
Location: Room 445
Student Rep: Moderator - Emily Harrington
Faculty Advisor: James O'Shea and Minjung Kim
Student Senate is focused on improving the wellbeing and experience of CCHS Students. Led by students and for students, we aim to focus on critical student issues and through connections with faculty and administration, work to make change. We are responsible for overseeing and promoting involvement in Clubs at CCHS. In addition, we are also responsible for running Spirit Week, the Student Activities and Sports Fairs, running Blood Drives and managing the Student Elections for Student Government and Student Senate. Last spring we also ran a Pop-up Thrift Shop. Everyone is welcome to Student Senate meetings — we would love your input on what we should focus on next. Visit our website for more information, meeting times and a Google Form to submit ideas.
Time: Mon-Fri (rehearsal schedule varies week to week), 3:00-6:00pm
Location: Auditorium or Black Box
Student Rep: Robyn Herbert 2023
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Charych
We put on a straight play in the Fall and a musical in the Spring. The play is audition-based, but everyone who auditions gets a part the musical! Theatre can offer practice with public speaking, making new friends, and a safe and accepting space for all students! If you’re interested in set construction, painting, lighting, or sound, try tech! It’s a great way to gain insight into the theatre experience without the commitment of being onstage.
Sunrise Movement Club
Time: Friday at 7:30 a.m.
Location: Room 446
Student Rep: Grace Grogins 2024 and Sydney Haddad 2023
Faculty Advisor: Andy Fall
We are a local hub within a national movement. The Sunrise Movement is a youth movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. Our goal is to rally together young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America.
Time: Varies from show to show
Location: CCHS Auditorium
Student Rep: Kalia Garcia 2023
Faculty Advisor: Melissa Charych
Students participate in set construction, sound, lighting, props, costumes, and makeup for the major theatrical performances at CCHS, the fall drama, and the spring musical! There are many student leadership opportunities within the program and CC Theatre is a great way to find community in a creative space.
Time: Tuesday 7:20-7:50 AM
Location: Room 332
Faculty Advisor: Melea Ray
Our club is interested in opportunities to create awareness about local and national nonprofits. We love collaborating on hosting fundraisers and events, along with other creative ideas to give back to these organizations and our community at large, feel free to check out the Thinker’s Agenda club!
TOYS (Teach our Youth Science)
Time: Wednesdays @ 3:30-5:15PM
Location: Meet in RM 441 to carpool
Student Rep: Tiffany Lu 2023
Faculty Advisor: Jennifer Benson
The Teach Our Youth Science, or TOYS club is a way for high school students to share their love of science with elementary school students! We design fun, hands-on science activities (while eating snacks and hanging out!) and then do these activities with K-2nd graders at an after school program once per week. These include fun things such as ooblek, mentos+soda, penny boat engineering, straw rockets, chromatography of ink, super-strong soap bubbles and more. TOYS club members earn community service credits too! If you like working with children and love science, this is a great club to get involved with. Get weekly updates, usually posted on Monday about that Wednesdays activity: https://www.remind.com/join/toysc
Time: Monday-Friday @ 3:15-5:00 PM
Location: Emerson Field
Student Rep: Calan Kirkpatrick 23
Faculty Advisor: Mark Krans
Ultimate is a competitive club sport. We have opportunities to play throughout the year, but mainly in the Spring. Both our boys’ and girls’ teams will compete against other schools in games and tournaments. All skill-levels are welcome.
W.E.E.Ds (Organic Garden Club)
Time: Thursdays @ 2:45
Location: RM 436
Faculty Advisor: Rebecca Mahoney
WEEDS is the CCHS gardening club. We maintain flower beds on the school campus, garden indoors with hydroponics and grow various plants and vegetables throughout the year.
Time: Every school day, some weekends, some vacation days
Location: WIQH Studios, Room 150 (1st Floor below Art rooms)
Student Rep: Cristian Palmer 2023
Faculty Advisor: Ned Roos
WIQH is a full-fledged radio station broadcasting over the air on 88.3FM and streaming online at wiqh.org. The station broadcasts 365 days a year with students normally doing live shows after school and into the evening every school day. We often also broadcast live coverage of CCHS sports and community special events, whenever and wherever they happen (we’ve been live from Gillette Stadium, the TD Garden, Worcester’s DCU Center, Kimball Farm in Carlisle, a Navy vessel in Boston Harbor, to name just a few). We are a very active ‘club’ that’s also a small business working closely with other organizations at CCHS and throughout Concord and Carlisle.
Yearbook (The Bridge)
Time: Wednesdays @3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Location: RM 256, Digital Imaging Lab
Student Rep: Jennifer Colbert
Faculty Advisor: Agatha Wozniak
Want to be a photographer with near unlimited access? Editor? Writer? Hang out with friends after school? Then this club is for you! Yearbook works to create a memorable end of year book for grades 9-12 through student and parent submissions. Photos can be uploaded to hjeshare.com code: bridge