Name of Club Description Sponsor Meeting Dates Times Room# A'Capella Group This group meets to sing pop music for fun and has the ability to sing on choir concerts (1 per quarter). No singing experience is necessary - just a desire to sing with friends and learn modern music! Meagan Zahora Thursday 3-4pm Choir Room Asian Cultural Association(ACA) Forge Friendships and plan activities Amy Vecchio TBD TBD TBD Auto Club All things Auto James Tiberi Wednesday 3-5pm Auto Shop Bass Fishing Competive bass fishing with upstate 8 and various turnaments in Illinois $75 fee must be registered with Athletics Bob Wozniak Thursday 3:00 PM Rm. 175 Best Buddies The general education population is matched up with the Special Ed population as buddies who then make plans to attend events such as ice cream socials, participate in basketball tournaments, pizza parties at restaurants, and more.
Monday 7:10 AM Rm. 243 Book Club Read the book of the month and then join us for a book disscussion. Katie Priest This will start second semester 3:00-4:00 Library BSU(Black Student Union) Our mission is to provide a safe space for sharing
ideas and defeat the stereotypes imposed on African-American students.
We work to educate the community while being an active voice for our
minority students along with being a positive change in black student
representation at EHS we welcome all our allies, no matter what gender or
race. We are here to give confidence to those who may not have it as well
as advance the celebration of black culture and heritage.
Felicia Randle Tuesdays & Thursdays 7:05 AM TBD Chess Team/Club The chess team competes in 8 competitive tournaments held on Saturdays. Chess club is open to all for casual games. Patrick McCarthy Tuesday and Thursdays September 11th - February 10th 3-5pm Room 211 Class Council Freshmen (Class of 2023) Class Council is open to all members of the class of 2023, we meet and try and organize fundraisers, school events, etc..
Thursday 7:00:00 Rm. 215 Class Council Junior (Class of 2021) Class Council is open to all members of the class of 2021, we meet and try and organize fundraisers, school events, etc..
Roberto C. Cardenas
Thursday 7:00 AM Rm. 242 Class Council Sophomore (Class of 2022) Class Council is open to all members of the Class of 2022. We organize events including Homecoming, Talent Show, and Prom.
First Friday of the Month Afterschool Choir Room Club Elgin(Boys & Girls Club/Tutoring) Tutoring & Activities Megan Pawlik Mon-Fri 3-7pm Boys & Girls Club House Current Events Discussion Group Research, discuss, and debate the pressing issues of our time in a safe and open environment
Wednesday 3:00-4:00 Rm.227 Dramaroons (Drama Club) This club meets allows students to get involved in EHS and local theatre. They help with performances, participate in fun theatre events, and raise money for the program. Meagan Zahora Wednesday 3:00-4:00 Rm. 245 (Choir Room) Dungeons & Dragons Saving the kingdom and slaying the dragons from a time before dwarfs and elves disliked one another. Brandon Massey Thursday 3:00 - 5:00 English Office Eco Club Empowering students to participate in meaningful activities to create a more healthy environment, generate awareness and focus on sustainability. "Go green to keep the planet clean" Brittney Mallen tbd tbd Rm.160 Encounter Student-led Bible Study, Prayer, and Worship time John Devine Wednesday 7:00 AM Rm.227 Fitness Club Providing students and staff an opprtunity to engage in fitness activites after school.
Wednesday 3:15pm-4:15pm French Club Learn about and celebrate French-speaking cultures Wendy Witt Wednesday (2nd-4th week of the month) 3-3:45 PM Rm.128 Gamers Club Video Games
Wednesdays 3:00-5:00 PM Rm. 141 Garden Club All things to do with gardening Kevin Cleveland Wednesday 3:00-4:00 Gay Straight Alliance (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 homophobia and transphobia
Every other Wednesday 3-4pm Rm. 125 German Club Sprechen sie Deutsch? Elizabeth Plaskacz 1-2 Fridays a month 7:10-7:30 AM Rm.128 Girls Who Code Non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology. The program educate, equip, and inspire girls with the computing skills they'll need to pursue 21st century opportunities. David Hess Tuesday 3-4pm Library Health Occupations (HOSA) *Must be enrolled in course For students seriously considering career in the field of health care. Health care community service, leadership development, and competitive events. Scholarships opportunities Kellie Mowers Every other Wednesday TBA Rm.174 Hispanic Club Celebrate all things Hispanic Juan Fernandez Wednesday 3:15 - 4:00 PM Rm. 132 Interact Club A branch of Rotary International, the focus of the club is to boost youth involvement in the community and promote volunteering. Richard Towry Meets Monthly. Dates will vary 7:15-7:30 AM Rm. 122 Latino Dance Club To provide an oppurtunity for students to continue developing culture identity and to promote the Hispanic culture thru dancing and music genres. Juan Figueroa Monday 3:00 PM Rm. 133 Math Club Serious competition across the Chicagoland area for the above average HS math student. Written, Oral and Team challenges are exciting and provide a deeper foundation for college success. Practices will highlight problems for upcoming contests. Qualifiers for State will compete at U of I in May.
Wednesday 3-4PM Rm 117 Math Solutions (Tutoring) Math tutoring by an EHS math or science teacher in computer lab during school Tutors Monday-Friday All Periods*Pass Required Rm.117 Mindfulness Club Empower students to take time each week to gain self-awarness, confidence, self regulation and resilience. Valerie Grano Thursday 7:00am-7:30am Rm.158 Model United Nations Club Engage global issues in three conferences that simulate the problem solving of the United Nations
Tuesday 6:45 am- 7:30 or 3:00-3:45 Rm. 227 Muslim Students Association To create a welcoming environment at EHS where Muslim can get support and where Non-Muslims can take part in conversations Naushina Rahman Friday 3-4 113 NHS Jrs. and Srs. with minimum GPA of 3.5 complete service projects for school and community. Lisa Smith 3rd Weds 7:10 AM Library Plant Our Future We are a club that focuses on issues in our city through community service, while exposing students to a variety of interests. It's a great way to explore different field studies too! John Devine 1st & 3rd Monday 3-4pm Rm.227 Political Discussion Club Current events discussed in an open forum John Devine Wednesday 3:00-4:00 227 Pretty Little Leaders EHS girls mentor girls at LMS and EMS through crafts and discussion. Lisa Smith 2nd Fri: planning/2nd Tues: activities Fri: 7:10, Tues: 3-4:30 Rm.210 Radio Club Report on sports, entertainment, news, politics and more, or perform radio dramas while gaining valuable radio and media broadcast experience. Virginia Bailey Monday or Friday (Students can record segments on their cell phones and email them to Ms. Bailey or to the Radio Club captain.) Rm. 248F Rippers Stress Release Club Kari Foerster Every other Thursday 7:00 AM Rm.118 Scholastic Bowl(*Must be registered with Athletics) Scholastic Bowl is an IHSA competitive team of students with knowledge on many subjects. Any student is welcome to join (we have a JV and a Varsity team) and you must register with the athletic office in order to compete. $75 Fee Lisa Holbrook Tuesday 3:00 PM 248E Science NHS Students with an interest in science and an above average GPA host science speakers
TBD 3:00- 4:30 TBD Sew Sew Club All students who know how to sew are invited to this club. We will learn different techniques and altering, or just get caught up with our sewing. Carolyn Gilbert Everyother Wed. starting on Oct. 2 3:00- 4:15 Room 109 Student Council Student Council is a club open to all students at EHS. We organize school-wide events (homecoming assembly, powderpuff game, food drives), community service projects and field trips. Kari Foerster Tuesday 7:10 AM Auditorium Student Leadership Providing students a career pathway to gain valuable knowledge and experience within the field of sport management, as well as gain managerial experience, leadership opportunities, and internship opportunities related to the subject of sport management. Paul Pennington Monday 7:00 AM 248 Tech Club Audio-Visual/Help with Plays/Productions Jennifer Prise Varies Varies, after school some Saturdays Auditorium Testing Center Open every day to allow for make-up testing
Monday-Friday 7:30-3:00pm Rm.248J (Library) Yearbook Club Students and staff members work together to create this year's school yearbook. This includes: photo taking, information gathering and designing the yearbook layout.
Varies Varies, after school some Saturdays TBD Yu-Gi-Oh/Pokeman/Dragon Ball Legend Japanese Trading Card Violet P-Gdula Thursday 3:00-5:00pm Room 248F