||Location Of Meeting
||Link to Club
|Black Student Union
||Robert Quarles and Stephanie Richardson
||First Tuesday of the month
||Promote employment and educational opportunities for African-Americans.
||every other Thursday 4:30
||Read books and discuss them with other students who enjoy reading.
|BPA( Business Professionals of America)
||Q Taylor and Thomas Arelleno
||Every other Tuesday.
||Our mission at Business Professionals of America is to develop and empower student leaders to discover their passion and change the world by creating unmatched opportunities in learning, professional growth and service. As a co-curricular organization, Business Professionals of America has the ability to enhance student participation in professional, civic, service and social endeavors. Business Professionals of America members participate in these activities to accomplish their goals of self-improvement, leadership development, professionalism, community service, career development, public relations, student cooperation, safety and health.
||Mondays 8:30 or 4:30
||virtual Game Room
||Play chess games with your peers. Beginners welcome.
||Brian DiLuzio and Kelly Beeler
||2nd Tuesday of each month
||FFA is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
|Gender Sexuality Alliance
||Ana Bowie, Elizabeth Slade, Angela Wilson
||1st Wednesdays of the Month due to COVID, post Covid we will return to 2x a month 1st and 3 rd Weds
||Currently we meet in Zoom meetings, post covid we will return to Library
||Our GSA is a safe place where everyone is welcome, no matter their gender, sexuality or race. GSA is a group where everyone is respected and accepted and can be who they truly are, without fear of discrimination or bullying.
||Dori Smith, Nichole Hendrickson and Jennifer Ortegon-Feldsberg
||Every other Thursday after school
||An international organization for future healthcare personnel where the focus is on helping our community through volunteering and support, study aspects of healthcare to participate in friendly competition with schools around the world, and network with peers from other schools to help build professional relationships as students prepare for post- secondary education in the fields they choose.
||1st & 3rd Mondays 4:30
||GC code: grse7ph
||The high school level Rotary Club. Promote community service.
||every other Thursday at 4:30
||International Organization focused on Community Service and Volunteerism
|Kpop Dance Club
||Not currently meeting. Club members are dancing at home
|Math Club (Mu Alpha Theta National Math Honor Society)
||Kathleen Rotondo and Dixie Ross
||2nd Tuesday of each month at 5 pm
||We are a service organization (provide math tutoring), an interest organization (we have speakers who talk about math-related careers or issues) and an honor society (students with high enough math grades can join the national chapter).
|Music Club (formerly Guitar/Ukulele)
||Musicians meet to jam and discuss music. Beginners welcome
|National Art Honor Society
||Second & forth Tuesdays
|National Honor Society
||Jessica Matthews and Kaitlynn Andre
||First Wednesday of every month
||To represent the high standards of character, scholarship, leadership, and service here at PHS.
|PHS Creative Writing Club
||Meagan Pike Dean and Casey Collins
||TBD: on hiatus until spring
||To provide a space for students to share and grow in their writing.
|PHS Gaming Club
||On Hiatus until the end of the Pandemic
||The purpose of the PHS gaming club is to celebrate and enjoy gaming of all varieties, allowing students to relieve their tensions and succeed in school.
||Mr. Christian Olmsted
||Thursdays at 4:30
||None at this time
||Club geared at building your skill sets to become a world-class worker, leader, and responsible citizen.
||Nicole Wuest & Wendy Faz
||First and third Monday
|TAME Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering
||Elijah Ramos and Dixie Ross
||3rd Thursday of every month and at other announced times
||We are an interest organization for those who want to learn more about engineering as a career, we attend engineering competitions and we offer scholarships to study engineering in college.
|U.I.L. Prose & Poetry
||Tuesdays from 4:10-5:10
||Here is the Google Classroom code: l5mhg6r
||The purpose of this contest is to encourage the student to understand, experience and share poetry through the art of oral interpretation. (A) Oral interpretation, or the study of literature through its performance, can be defined as a demonstration of analysis, performance and communication skills offered publicly on behalf of literature. (B) Oral interpretation focuses on literature in performance through expressive oral reading. The goals of this contest are to encourage the contestant’s exploration of a variety of literary selections, and to enhance the performer’s and audience’s appreciation of literature through the performer’s interpretation of the work.