Anime Club Jacqui Ainsworth Tuesdays at 4:30 D204   Shared interest in anime 
    ASL Club Rebecca Cohen and Justin Elam Tuesdays at 4:30 E208   We are learning American Sign Language and about the Deaf culture and community
    AVID Kim Winn Wednesdays at 4:30 F113   Community Service, Homework help, Relationship Building, Actively supporting PHS students
    Book Club Laura Owen 4:30, 2nd Tuesday of Month Library Click HERE To enjoy reading and talk to others about our favorite books
    Business Professional of America Q Taylor and Thomas Arellano TBA e110 Click HERE 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.

    Some of BPA’s other major programs include the National Leadership Academy, National Officer elections and scholarships. The Torch Awards Program and BPA Cares Program recognize students and chapters, respectively, for their leadership and service to their chapter and community.
    Chess Club Jace Mortimer, Laura Owen After school Library Click HERE Play Chess and improve your strategizing skills.  Beginners welcome.  
    Entertainment Arts and Technologies Game Design Club Q Taylor and Thomas Arellano Thursdays from 4:15-5:30 Tech 3  

    Creating video games and improving your entertainment technologies skills

    FCCLA Brettany Kokes TBD E100   Family & Community Leaders of America provides character development, a lot of opportunities to give back the community & is open to ALL students. 
    Fellowship of Christian Athletes Stephanie Richardson TBA E113   A club of students who want to meet for fellowship, encouragement, and devotions.
    Future Farmers of America Kelly Beeler / Casey Collins   Ag Farm Click HERE Pflugerville FFA was established in 1951 as one of the first student organizations at Pflugerville High School. Throughout the years, Pflugerville FFA has established a reputation as a premier leadership organization on campus. FFA members strive to be the best on a daily basis by participating in a variety of agricultural projects, livestock shows, leadership development events, and career developments events. The members of Pflugerville FFA foster community development by keeping the community positively informed about Texas Agriculture all while living by the National FFA Motto: "Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve."
    Gaming Club David Polansky Thursdays 4:15-5:30 E112 (Mr. Polansky's Room)   The purpose of the PHS Gaming Club is to provide a fun and safe venue for students to relax and make friends.  We welcome all gamers, video, card, board, and tabletop roleplayers alike.
    Gender Sexuality Alliance Ana Bowie; Angela Wilson; Connor Hollis 1st and 3rd Wednesdays Library   GSA provides opportunities for all students at PHS to explore, organize and promote learning around issues of gender and sexuality. This group provides GLBTQ+ia persons a positive and healthy community within their high school.  
    Guitar/Ukulele Club (Music Club) Laura Owen 4:15-5:15, Thursdays Library Computer Lab Click HERE Come jam with us!  All musicians, singers welcome.  Beginners--Learn how to play.  
    HOSA Dori Smith, Nichole Hendrickson and Jennifer Ortegon-Feldsberg Every other Thursday after School Cafeteria   HOSA is an international organization that helps students reach their goals of one day working in the healthcare field. The club is tied into the Health Science classes and focuses on volunteer hours to help our community, individual competition with other members of HOSA around the world and meeting professionals in the healthcare field to help students reach their professional goals post graduation from PHS. 
    Interact Club Toby Day Mondays, after school Library   High school version of the Rotary Club, goal is to create future leaders through community service.
    JAMII Mentoring Program Dr. Luther Butler Varies E103  
    • The JAMII Mentoring Program is taking application from 9th, 10th and 11th graders PHS students to participate in a mentoring program with adults for an opportunity to gain and refine important skills , such as problem-solving, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking, that can benefit students as they plan for college and/or enter the workforce. Participants in the program will attend the Austin Spurs Basketball games, The University of Texas Basketball games, visit colleges and universities throughout Texas, and professional job sites sponsored by the Texas workforce Commission. Please pick up applications at Student Services, PHS Front Desk or teacher referral.
    Key Club Laura Owen, Lindsay Saylor-Carroll, Cortney Johnson 4:30, Every other Tuesday Library Click HERE Volunteer around your community; earn Community Service Hours
    Math Club Allie Stevenson and Harrison Haude TBD B116   To celebrate and encourage interest in mathematics and how it relates to the world. 
    National Art Honor Society Nicole Wuest & Aja Segapeli Third Thursday of the month E219   Art and community service club
    National Honor Society Jessica Matthews and Marissa Stewart First Wednesday of every month Lecture Hall    Represent the high ideals of character, scholarship, leadership, and service of the student body at PHS
    No Place 4 Hate (NP4H8) Laura Owen, Adriana Cortez 4:30-5 pm, Last Tuesday of every month Library Click HERE

    Create programming to make PHS a better place by stopping bullying and hate speech.

    PHEAR Pflugerville High Engineering and Robotics Chris Riola Weekly Tech 4   STEM Leadership and Competition
    PHS Creative Writing Club Meagan Pike Dean TBD E210    
    PHS Speech and Debate Ronald Hester        
    PTV Homer Leal        
    Research Club Julia Levy Every other Tuesday D102 Click HERE Research Club intends to promote STEM and research through increasing participation in the Austin Regional Science Festival and the Texas Science and Engineering Fair, as well as teaching students science techniques/statistical analysis skills. Additionally, the club will fundraise for science/research equipment that may not be provided through the school directly. 
    Science Olympiad Michael Torres TBD C111   Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events in topics such as genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, and mechanical engineering
    Skills USA Christian Olmsted - Andrew Smith Thursdays 8am-9am Tech 2   SkillsUSA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders, and responsible citizens.
    Student Council Nicole Wuest & Brook Hampton 1st and 3rd Tuesdays after school Cafeteria    
    TAME – Texas Allicance for Minorities in Engineering Elijah Ramos