CLUB NAME SPONSOR MEETING TIME/DAYS LOCATION CLUB LINK DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE Anime Club Jacqueline Ainsworth Mondays 4:20-5:15 D204
Fellowship for students that are fans of Anime.
Band/Color Guard OD Wilson Every Day Band Hall
Fine Arts Group of Students that like to make music and entertain the crowd
Book Club Lauralee Owen Erin Hugghins- Co Sponsor Tuesdays, 4:20
Meet, discuss books, attend book related activities, out reach to community
Chess Club Laura Owen Mondays, 8:20 am Library
from Beginners to Expert, enjoy playing Chess and learning strategies
Deutschklub Leah Jensen Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30 F106
Every Tuesday after school, a ragtag bunch of PHS students get together to explore German culture through German media, especially film and TV. No German language skills required—come one, come all!
FCCLA Bassett and Pasquarella 2nd and 4th Wednesday E100
It provides an opportunity to create projects that benefit the community, become a leader and participate in community service
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Anne Dyess and Stephanie Richardson Every other Tuesday after school F111 NA
A gathering of students wanting to have Christian fellowship--devotional and prayer.
FFA Brian DiLuzio and Kelly Beeler second Tuesday of the month at 7pm Ag portables and Tech Lab http://www.pflugerville.ffanow.org
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
French Club Wendy Faz TBD F105
The purpose is to further explore the French language and culture to the degree a standard length class period does not permit
Gaming Club David Polansky Thursday After School E112 N/A
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.
Generation Respect Sarah Cable & Ana Bowie TBD TBD
Generation Respect is a group of people who want to work toward creating positive change on our campus and in our community.
GSA: Gender and Sexuality Alliance Ana Bowie, Elizabeth Slade, Angie Wilson Every other Wednesday Library The GSA provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end bullying, hate speech, homophobia and transphobia. HOSA Dori Smith and Nichole Hendrickson Every other Thursday after school Lecture Hall N/A
This is an international club focused on helping students interested in working in healthcare after high school. We are a co-curricular organization where the club and Health Science courses support each other. Students earn certificates and recognition for volunteer hours in our community as well as networking through competition of healthcare focused topics with other HOSA participants around the world. Scholarship opportunities are available for members as well.
Interact Toby Day 2nd and 4th Monday each month Library
Interact is a club organization based around both community service and member involvement. As an organization, we strive for our members to be involved in the local area and school through volunteering and attending our meetings. We are known for hosting Paint Wars,which is an Olympic style event filled with fun activities entailing paint.
Key Club Laura Owen Alternating Thursdays, 4:20 Lecture Hall
Volunteers for Community Service on campus and in the community
La Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica(Natl Spanish Honor Soc.) Anne Dyess 2nd Wed monthly, 8:30-9, 4:30-5 F111 https://phsshh15.wixsite.com/pvilleshs
Promote Spanish language and culture, service to the community *Must apply early Jan & meet language class credits and gpa requirements
Mu Alpha Theta National Math Honor Society Dixie Ross last Tuesday of the month before and after school A109 none
We allow students to explore their passion for mathematics.
Music Club (formerly Guitar/Ukulele) Laura Owen Thursdays, 4:20 Library Lab
Play acoustic instruments like the guitar or ukulele, triangle, flute, etc. Beginners and experts welcome! Learn about open MIC nights and learn new songs.
National Art Honor Society Nicole Wuest Last Thursday of the month E219
A club for art students who show exemplary dedication and perform acts of community service.
National Honor Society Jessica Gladman and Kaitlynn Andre First Wednesday of the month Lecture Hall
Serve the community and set an example for others of what it means to uphold the values of character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
National Honor Society Kaitlynn Andre and Jessica Matthews First Wednesday of every month Lecture Hall
Nationally recognized honor society for juniors and seniors that focuses on leadership, service, character, and scholarship. Students must apply to the club in the spring and will be notified of acceptance in the fall.
Nature Conservation Club Dan Dawer Wednesdays 4:30 - 5:00 F113
The Nature Conservation Club works to protect nature in all its forms: land, water, and wildlife. We work to minimize waste, educate others about the environment and our impact on it, and try to build a more sustainable world.
Peer Assistance & Leadership (PAL) Jill Burns 6th period class F214
PAL stands for Peer Assistance and Leadership. This state-wide peer helping program is based on the idea that students are more likely to open up and share their ideas and feelings with peers their own age. The PALs are juniors and seniors who have been selected based on a teacher recommendation, an application, and interview process. At the beginning of the school year, PALs are trained in skills such as mentoring, listening, communication, flexibility, and group dynamics. We also focus on development of the “Five C’s of Leadership”—character, courage, commitment, community, and communication. After several weeks of training, we go out into the community to mentor students in local PfISD elementary schools and middle schools. We also engage in various service-learning projects around the school and Pflugerville. Additionally, the PALs serve as role models within the Pflugerville community, promote school spirit, and “wholesome fun.”
Pflugerville FFA Kelly Beeler & Brian DiLuzio Meetings TBA Tech Building www.pflugervilleffanow.org
Extension of the ag classroom.Leadership and career development
Pflugerville High Engineering and Robotics Chris Riola Daily During season Tech 4
Any student interested in competitive robotics or our just cool that way.
Photography Club Brook Hampton Thursdays 4:30-5:30 F217 Instagram: @PHS_PhotographyClub
Students who are interested in photography can come together to take photos, discuss photography, and sharpen their photography skills.
PHS Speech and Debate Ron Hester Monday afternoons 4:15 - 6:00 F 101
Compete and promote Speech and Debate
Science Olympiad Michael Torres Tuesdays after school D103
Science event competition with tests/build events
Science UIL Angela Wilson TBA C105
Compete at academic UIL competitions
Student Council Nicole Wuest & Wendy Faz Second and fourth Wednesday’s of each month Cafeteria
Students work together to assist in school wide activities
TAME--Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering Dixie Ross and Elijah Ramos Wednesdays after school A109 www.tame.org
We allow students to explore the field of engineering through guest speakers and hands on activities.
Technology Student Association (TSA) Christian Olmsted Wednesdays after school 4:20 - 5:20 Tech 2 in CTE building Available on classroom when school year begins.
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a non-partisan, non-sectarian 501(c)(3) national association of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, also known as STEM. TSA membership includes over 250,000 middle and high school students spanning across 48 U.S. states and multiple nations. Since TSA was chartered in 1978, over 2 million student members have been granted the opportunity to participate in: challenging competitions, leadership training and opportunities, and community service. The club is co-curricular and all competition challenges align to state standards in STEM areas of study.
TFME (Texas Future Music Educators) Monica Muscato/ Michael Hanrahan as notified E108 na
Students who are interested in studying music in college