Clubs

2021-2022 Clubs and Student Organizations

Debate Club

A place to learn important case building and research skills while debating your peers on topics of interest. For more information, see Ms. Bronack

Eco Club
Eco Club is a student organization focused on improving our understanding of human interaction with the environment. Club meetings involve education, projects, and discussions. For more information, see Ms. Brooks.

Equity Club
A place for students to come together in a safe and inclusive environment to have meaningful discourse on current issues. For more information, see Ms. Bronack.

GSA Club
GSA unites LGBTQ+ youth and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their school community. For more information, see Ms. Cesena.

Key Club
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. For more information, see Ms. Bronack.

Media Club
For more information, see Mr. Westling.

Model UN
Model UN is a simulation of the UN General Assembly where students perform an Ambassador role while debating topics of global importance. For more information, see Ms. Hobgood.

Muslim Student Association
MSA is an organization devoted to strengthening the Muslim community through service and activism, educating both Muslims and people of other faiths about the religion of Islam, and facilitating a better environment for students on campus. Muslim and non-Muslim students are welcome. For more information, see Mr. John Gallucci.

National Honors Society
NHS is an organization for high school students that promotes leadership, service, character and scholarship. The selection process takes place during sophomore year. For more information, see Ms. Brooks.

Public Speaking Club
For more information, see Mr. John Gallucci.

Students Against Destructive Decisions
SAAD is a national non-profit dedicated to the safety and wellness of all students. Our chapter is dedicated to advocating health decision making. For more information, see Ms. Bronack.

Student Ambassador Program

Student Ambassadors are upperclassmen nominated by staff members to assist incoming freshmen and transfer students in becoming acclimated to Corvian Community High School. The Ambassadors assist with everything from campus tours to curriculum nights. The selection process takes place during fourth quarter. For more information, see Ms. DiGavero


Student Council

Student Council develops leadership within the student body. Student Council coordinates events throughout the year, including dances. Student participants are empowered to make decisions, plan events, and present their ideas and findings to others. For more information, see Ms. Sagur.


Tabletop Club

Tabletop club provides a space and supplies for students to learn and play tabletop role playing, card, and strategy games. Tabletop gaming is not only more social than online gaming, but role playing games build skills in public speaking and teamwork and strategy games improve logic and reasoning! For more information, see Mr. Michael Gallucci.


Young Women in Leadership

Young Women in Leadership provides an opportunity for young women to gain career and college readiness and build their self esteem and confidence building tools. Most importantly, it is a safe space to grow a sisterhood of leadership and empowerment. For more information, see Ms. Smith.

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