UPDATED LIST FOR 23/24
STUDENT CLUBS AND HONOR SOCIETIES AT CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL (for 2022/2023)
Churchill High School offers a wide variety of student activities. Involvement and participation in these activities will enhance a student’s social skills, self-esteem, and sense of pride in their school. Activities provide students with opportunities to give service and represent their school and community, to make new friends and to develop special interests and abilities.
Activities, clubs, and school organizations vary from year to year depending upon interest and sponsorship availability. Generally, these will include:
Charger Herald (Ms. Turri)
Students with good writing skills can join the Charger Herald, the school’s student newspaper. They meet in room A19 after school once or twice per month on Wednesdays. An issue comes out once a month with articles on topics such as school events, sports, lifestyles, and entertainment.
Chess Club (Mr. Upton)
The Chess Club meets on Mondays in Mr. Upton's room to practice and play chess.
Competitive Coding Club (Mr. Bjorklund)
The primary goal of the Competitive Coding Club is to develop Churchill’s own teams for participating in Hackathons and Competitive Coding events. The aim of this club is also to develop the programming skills of its members. The members meet on Wednesdays after school in Mr.Bjorklund's room to prepare for upcoming hackathons and coding events. Anyone with an interest in coding is welcome to join.
D and D Club (Mr. Meloche)
The purpose of the club is to provide a fun and safe space to play the roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons. The club will help build strong friendships and confidence. Escaping to a fantasy world through the game involves skills and strategy as well as creativity and problem-solving. The club meets every other Friday from 2:30-4:30
Debate Team (Mr. Ward)
DECA (Mrs. Verkeyn)
Diversity Dance (Mrs. Tafelski)
Forensics (Mr. Ward)
French National Honor Society (Mrs. Robisch)
Meets once per month.
German Club (Mrs. Roosevelt)
A club that focuses on the German culture and language. This club meets in C328 on the second TUESDAY of each month.
Greenhouse Club (Mrs. Tafelski)
The Greenhouse Club is actively engaged in restoring and utilizing the greenhouse at CHS. We hold fundraisers as well as recycle materials at CHS. Our meetings typically take place on a bi-weekly basis right after school in B212 and the greenhouse. Please see Mrs. Tafelski (B212) with inquiries.
GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance) (Mrs. Buchta)
The GSA discusses topics related to the LGBTQ community in a non-judgmental, loving, accepting
environment. Meets every other Wednesday in room C324.
Hosa (Mr. Meloche)
The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.
Key Club (Mr. DeMarco)
A public service club that is sponsored by Kiwanis Club. Student led group that provides members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.Livonia High School Figure Skating: (Mrs. McAlinden) The Figure Skating Club is open to figure skaters of all skill levels. There are 3 skill levels for the areas of jumps, spins, and moves. Skaters compete against local districts at 3 competitions. The season runs from Nov 1 thru March. Top 2 teams from each district qualify for the State Competition. Practices are 2 times a month at Eddie Edgar Ice Arena. There is a fee for skaters to cover ice time, coaching, and competition expenses. Email Mrs. McAlinden at mmcalind@livoniapublicschools.
org or Coach Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Livonia Warriors Robotics Team
National Art Honor Society (Mrs. Pilaftsidis-Tracy )
A National Honor Society for Art students or anyone who loves art.
National Dance Honor Society (Mrs. Kwiatkowski)
A National Honor Society for dancers. Meets two times per month.
National English Honor Society (Mr. Hebestreit)
Students who have been at Churchill for one semester, have an overall English GPA of 3.0, and an overall GPA of 3.25 are eligible to apply for NEHS. The NEHS has mandatory meetings twice a month and gives students the opportunity to participate in student mentoring, writing hours, literary events in the community, scholarship contests, publication contests, and other great opportunities.
National Honor Society (Mrs. Gulledge)
Students from Churchill’s 10th, 11th, and 12th grades are selected upon demonstrating excellence in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Membership in this organization is by application and acceptance by the faculty.
National Math Honor Society-Mu Alpha Theta Chapter (Mrs. Lefebvre)
Students who are at least a sophomore and carry a 3.5 math GPA or higher may apply to be in the NMHS. Students must also complete the equivalent of two years of college prep mathematics and completed, or are enrolled in, a third year of college preparatory mathematics. General meetings take place monthly.
Phaeton Literary Magazine ( Mr. Wood )
Phaeton is Churchill's literary and arts magazine; members of this club work to gather student submissions of artwork and creative writing of all kinds, from which they will select entries for print publication at the end of the school year. Interested students should contact Mr. Wood via email.
Ping Pong Club (Mr. Upton)
Meets twice per month on Tuesdays to play Ping Pong. Join us in Mr. Upton's room.
Quiz Bowl (Ms. Turri)
Quiz Bowl is a club made up of multiple teams ranging from freshmen to varsity. Each match has trivia questions ranging from math to pop culture. All teams will have the opportunity to compete against other KLAA teams.
Rotary Club (Mrs. Granowicz)
Sponsored by the local Rotary Club, the Churchill Rotary Club will be meeting every Monday in A104 (Mrs.Ganowicz's room). If you are interested in volunteering and meeting new people, please feel free to come to our meetings after school! If you have any questions feel free to contact Ivanna Brigido (email@example.com).
Science National Honor Society (Mr. Jones)
The purpose of this club is to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors (mostly) who are taking advanced and AP science courses. Students must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.4 and an overall science GPA of 3.6.
Ski and Snowboard Club (Mrs. Javor)
A club for winter sports fans. We travel with the Frost Ski and Snowboard Club at various dates throughout the winter.
Spanish National Honor Society (Ms. Buchta)
Students who are enrolled in a Spanish class and have achieved the academic and character standards. We do community service projects such as packing food at Gleaners Food Bank and teaching Spanish to elementary students. We watch movies in Spanish, go to Spanish and Mexican restaurants, have small chat sessions in Spanish, go bowling and do other social events.
Spirit Club (Mrs. Tafelski)
Spirit Club supports student council in organizing social events for students and promotes school spirit through incentives, student participation, and just plain fun.
Student Council (Mr. Mercier)
A club that creates and organizes many activities in the school to enhance the high school experience. This includes dances, class t-shirts, and other student-run events. The separate classes meet in different places every Tuesday morning. Freshmen (led by Mr. Wood) meet in his room @ 7:10 am. Sophomores (led by Mr. DeMarco) meet in his room @ 7:10 am. Juniors (led by Mr. Zapalski) meet in A 106 @ 7:10 am. Seniors (led by Mr. Mercier) meet in Student Activities @ 2:30 pm on Mondays.
Tri-M is the only national honor society for student musicians in the country. It highlights your school's music program and gives students the opportunity to perform, lead, and serve.
Unified Club (Mrs. Spencer)-S.I.G.
Unified Club is a club for students with and without intellectual disabilities that comes together for sports, games, community service, school events, and most of all to have fun! Meet on Wednesdays, once a month - Mrs. Spencer's Room - F-606
Certain clubs and activities may choose to recognize success in their endeavors with an Activity Letter. Minimum criteria to be awarded; such a letter will be (2) years of involvement in the club or activity along with other criteria as determined by the sponsor or administrator. Students must apply for this through the Student Activities Office.