Check out the extra-curricular clubs at Houston High School below. If you don’t see your organization below or want more information about the activities offered at Houston High School, stop by the high school office.
Under the direction of Mrs. York the Houston Drama Club performs a selected play or musical for students, parents and community members. For more information and to join, please see Mrs. York.
The Environmental Club is dedicated to protecting our community’s environment through activities and education. Please see Mrs. Kellersmith if you are interested.
FCCLA is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women enrolled in Family and Consumer Sciences. Please see Mrs. Pleiman if you are interested.
The Houston FFA Chapter of the National FFA Organization makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Please see Mr. McCracken if you are interested.
The Houstonian is Houston High School’s annual yearbook publication. Please see Mrs. York if you are interested.
The Muse Machine is a performing and visual arts club that helps students express their creativity and get excited about learning. Please see Mrs. McClurg if you are interested.
The National Honor Society (NHS) and Philip S. Abbott Junior Honor Society (PAJHS) are the nation’s premier organizations established to recognize outstanding high school and middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NHS and PAJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character (and Citizenship for PAJHS). Please see Mrs. Merickel or Mrs. Maier if you are interested.
Spanish Circle is the club that has been formed for students who share an interest in studying the language and culture of the Hispanic people. Any student who is currently enrolled in Spanish is eligible and the annual dues are $5. Activities include a bonfire, arts and crafts, holiday celebrations, mariachi bands, pen pals, Spanish Movie Night and more. Please see Señora Chappie, if you are interested. For Señora Chappie’s eboard, click here.
Each year, our students in the 8th grade have the opportunity to travel to our nation’s capital for a guided tour of this historic city and further enrich their understanding of our government and history. Our annual DC trip usually takes place in October. Please see Mrs. Maier, Mr. Platfoot or Mrs. Poeppelman if you are interested. If you would like to access the online pages through K & K Tours, please use the following link: kandktours.com, click handbook on the top menu, and use the access code: k82kmac