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Orange High School Students from the Robotics Club and Virtual Enterprise







CLUB NAME FACULTY SPONSOR MEETING DATE TIME LOCATION DESCRIPTION
Anime Club Mustian Friday, September 21 8:15 Learning Commons If you love anime & graphic novels, this is the club for you!
Art Club Daughtry First and Third Tuesday A lunch Art Room 700 Create artwork for school and community
Athletic Training Student Aide Gaddy TBA TBA 504 or Field House Helping after school with Coach Gaddy working with the athletic teams
Beta Club K. Arnold/T. Barger Tuesday, Meeting dates will be sent to members A lunch Theater Community Service Club: Members must have a 4.25 weighted GPA, be in grades 10-12, and are inducted each spring
Book Club Mustian Friday, September 14 8:15 Learning Commons Support reading for pleasure
DECA Club Frye TBA TBA Room 035 Developing leaders in the field of marketing, and management
Drama Club Gentry TBA TBA Room 701  
Environmental Protection Club Fort TBA TBA Room 314 Environmental Protection Club is dedicated to making Orange High School less polluted and more sustainable through projects such as school cleanups
Envirothon Fort, Gardner, Riley, Young TBA TBA Room 314 Teams work collaboratively to develop their knowledge of ecology and natural resource management and to practice their environmental problem-solving skills in preparation for Envirothon competitions.
FCCLA - FAMILY CAREER AND COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA Braxton, Wrenn, Hendrix Wednesday 12 noon FACS dept rooms (212, 214, 216) Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education.
Our Mission is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Parker, Condron Motley TBA TBA Weight Room For students to share their common love for the gospel of Jesus and to serve others in our school and the global community through human service projects.
FFA: Future Farmers of America Wagoner, Latta, Watkins, McDade TBA TBA Ag Shop Chartered by the North Carolina FFA Association, Orange FFA has been teaching students in the Hillsborough community the importance of Agricultural Education for 50 years. From leadership events to camps and conventions, Orange FFA is paving the way for today's students to achieve future success.
Future Business Leaders of America Motley, Wingate 1st and 3rd
Wednesday
Lunch A Room 122 (Motley) Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a club for OHS Business students. Students participate in community service, competitions, and social activities throughout the year.
Gay-Straight Alliance W.Carter TBA TBA Room 223 Our mission is to create safe and affirming schools for all, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
Guardian Angels L. Bartch TBA TBA room 313  
Habitat for Humanity Therman Wed TBA Room 024 work on community service projects
Hispanic Club needs a new sponsor TBA TBA   Learn about our heritage, and take pride in who we are.
Interact Lantzy Wednesday AM 8:15 AM Room 323 Community Service - Sponsored by Hillsborough Rotary
K Pop Club A. Crowell (K. Carabetta assists) TBA TBA Room 405 Appreciation of Korean culture
Key Club R. Arnold Wednesday A Lunch Room 226 Community Service and Leadership- sponsored by Kiwanis Club
Latin Dance Club Lewis TBA TBA Room 3211 Learn, practice and perform Latin Dance
Link Crew Montgomery TBA TBA Career Center Upperclassmen provide orientation and leadership for 9th Graders
Math Club A Wimberly TBA TBA 410  
Minority Achievers Program Sauls TBA TBA Learning Commons MAP is a student led organization geared toward supporting and promoting minority students enrolled in higher level academic courses.
National Art Honors Society M. Henderson Second and Fourth Tuesday A lunch room 700 This is a Honor Society for Visual Arts and when you are a Senior you can graduate with honors in the Arts. As a group we are involved in the community service, leadership and projects that make a difference.
National Spanish Honor Society R. Griffin 1st and 3rd Thursday each month B lunch Room 222 This is an Honor Society for Spanish students who have earned a B or an A in levels 3 Honors, 4 .Honors, or AP. We do school and community service, and help tutor our Latino Students.
National Technical Honor Society Montgomery TBA TBA Career Center Honor Society for student achievement in CTE courses
Painted Dreams (The Literary Magazine) K.Penley Incorporated in advanced CW classes Incorporated in advanced CW classes Room 123 A club for passionate writers and artists dedicated to creating an annual publication of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual arts.
Paws4Ever K Riley TBA TBA Room 407 Create awareness regarding abandoned dog and cats in our community.
Peace Club Sprintz Tuesdays B lunch Room 327 Raise awareness and $ for international non-governmental org.
Photography club Gentry TBA TBA Room 701  
Prom Committee Compton TBA TBA Guidance Plan and organize annual prom
Robotics Team Trinh and Janish Thursdays 5:30 - 7:30 Room 31 - Jim Janish Designing, programming, building a 120 pound robot, making a business plan, team imagry and spirit, communications no experience needed
Senior Council Compton TBA TBA Guidance Advise administration and plan annual events
SNAIL Club DeGilio TBA TBA 406 Students go to Cameron Park Elementary and tutor/work with students.
Society of St. Andrew A. Crowell TBA TBA room 405 Feeding the hungry
Stop The Hate Wilkins TBA TBA room 227 anti-bullying initiative
Student Government Association Schneidewind Mondays A lunch Room 317 School Improvement, Spirit, and Leadership
Students Serving Senior Citizens Robert Griffin tba TBA 222 This club will visit a local nursing home and bridge the gap between the youth of today and our elderly. We will provide compassion and respect for people of a different generation.
TRU Tobacco Reality Unfiltered M. WIlliams TBA TBA Ms. Williams' Office  
World Explorers Travel Club Stephens, Workman, Cooper First and Third Friday A Lunch Room 126 Travel Club is for students who love to travel or would like to start traveling for the first time. Traveling gives students a new perspective on the world and themselves. Traveling inspires confidence and independence. Discover who you are and where in the world you would like to learn, work, and serve.
Writing Club Newlin Fridays Lunch B Room 228 In this club, students will receive a prompt and write about it, then share what they wrote in a safe, supportive environment that encourages creativity. Students can also bring in their own writings and get feedback from peers.
Todos Unidos Robert Giffin Thursdays B lunch room 222