Club Schedule

Club Schedule

Club Information

Below you will find the various clubs offered here at MCSH and the criteria to join each.  Club membership in high school makes the student's time more enjoyable, increases self-confidence, helps students learn the importance of teamwork, as well as teaches leadership and responsibility.  For those applying to college, being involved in a club is an important item to include on college applications and can help the student obtain scholarships.  We encourage everyone to become involved and find a way to make a difference.
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Chess Club

Sponsor: Dr. Eka
Purpose:To learn and/or improve chess skills
Fee: $5
Requirements: None
Club Activities: Weekly, we play chess against others in the chess club. We will also have tournaments against others in the club.
Extra Information: There is a maximum number of 34 members. Those who have been in chess club in previous years will have precedent over those who have not.

Engineering Club

Sponsor: Adam Sergent
Purpose: To explore and learn more about engineering, specifically mechanical engineering and programming.
Fee: $15, additional costs associated with travel to competitions.
Requirements: An interest in engineering/robotics/programming.
Club Activities: Construct (using VEX) and program (using RobotC) a robot for competition.
Extra Information: The majority of building and programming will take place outside of the school day. Competitions are typically on Saturdays (1-2 per year).

Spanish Club

Sponsors:  Daniel Perea
Dues: $5.00.
Requirements: Student is currently taking a Spanish class and has an interest in pursuing Spanish in the future.
Club Activities: 
  • Learn how to make and enjoy a couple of dishes of Hispanic food
  • Learn how to dance salsa, meringue and bachata
  • Watch a couple of Latin American Movies
  • Have talks about Latin American culture/literature
Extra Information:  We work closely with the Spanish Honor Society whenever possible.

Educators Rising

Sponsor: Miranda Goodlett
Purpose: National pre-collegiate student organization dedicated to supporting young people interested education-related careers.
Fee: $15 Fee
Requirements: Any one that wants to be an educator can join
Club Activities: Leadership Conference, State FEA Competition, National Competition
Extra Information​:  Benefits of FEA Membership
FEA members have access to a number of professional learning resources, including:
• Go Teach, the official FEA magazine published four times per year;
• The FEA National Conference, where members can network with peers and
participate in professional development activities and competitive events;
• A connection to the national network of FEA students, advisors, and state directors;
• Prospective Educator Scholarships for student members;
• The FEA Honor Society, which recognizes FEA student members for their academic achievements;
• The opportunity for student members to run for a position as an FEA national student officer;
• The FEA Store, where members can buy FEA merchandise;
• An online database of resources for advisors that includes sample projects and fundraising ideas; and
• A state-specific FEA membership database for state affiliates.​

Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

Sponsors: Miranda Goodlett, Jody Paver & Aimee Darland
Purpose: Strengthening family and developing strong leaders
Membership fee: $14 & Additional costs for T-shirt and trips
Requirements: Must have taken a Family and COnsumer Science Class
Extra Information: Some activities outside the school day, Spring and Fall Regional Meetings, Star Events

Pep Club

Sponsor:  Charlie Cox
Purpose: To organize school spirit in an exciting and student-led way!
Fee: $3
Requirements: Titan Pride
Club Activities: Bonfires, Pep Rallies, Potential Field Trips; Sign-making; Fundraisers
Extra Information: Join the Mercer County Pep Club to show your support for Titan Pride....and have some fun while doing so!

Mercer County 4H Teen Council

Sponsor:  Dana Anderson
Purpose:  To provide leadership and personal development opportunities for youth.
Fee:  Free (There are additional fees to attend leadership conferences.)
Requirements:  Most activities at the County Extension Office.  No requirements for being in the club.  
Activities: make fleece blankets, work at God's Pantry, public speaking, Mercer County Fair

Art Club

Sponsor:  Julia Snellen
Purpose:  To encourage student artists by showing, displaying and selling artwork as well as exposing them to other artists and techniques.
Fee:  $6
Club Activities:  Fort Harrod Fall Festival, 2 field trips (KSA & MSU) and Comic Con, Haggin Hospital  Art Auction
Extra Information:  During club time each month, students share what they are working on and give feedback to other students. 

Junior Beta (freshmen) & Senior Beta (sophomores, juniors & seniors)

Sponsor:  Monnie Berger
Purpose:  To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. 
Fee:  One time fee of $15 for national dues & $5 for local dues each year (additional costs to attend state convention)
Requirements:  Must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA and be service minded. 
Activities:  Meet outside of the school day to organize community service projects. 

Book Club

Sponsor:  Kim Helton
Purpose:  The mission of the MCSH Book Club is to promote reading, support diversity through exploration and discussion of a variety of literary genres as well as exposure to different authors, develop and understanding of our readings, grow socially by interacting positively while fostering an appreciation of opposing opinions. 
Fees:  $6
Requirements:  Must love to read books, make friends and discuss books. 
Activities:  Read books as a group and individually, after school social events with food and a movie, community service projects - St. Jude's Children's Hospital.  

Y Club

Sponsor:  Shelli Engler
Purpose: To allow students to become cause-driven servant leaders in their schools and communities and who uphold the Y's core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
Club Activities:  Throughout the year, Y club members learn, serve and lead in the following areas of programming:
  • Fall: Clubs emphasize local service as they prepare to attend KY Youth Assembly (KYA). This is a student-led conference that allows students to serve as part of a model state government.
  • Spring: Global service is emphasized as we prepare to attend KY United Nations Assembly (KUNA). In this conference, students participate directly in simulated international diplomacy. Students experience the richness of cultures from around the world while engaging in a variety of perspectives and global issues. 

Key Club

Sponsor:  Tiffany Patrick
Purpose: Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students worldwide. Today, Key Club exists on almost 5,000 high school campuses throughout the United States, Canada, the Caribbean nations, Central and South America, and most recently Asia and Australia. Key Club and its sponsoring organization, Kiwanis, is dedicated to helping young people.
Fee: $15 (monies go to International and State organizations)
Club Activities: Halloween on Main, Harrodsburg Historical Society Tea Room, Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Reading to 1st graders, Easter Egg Hunt at Old Fort Harrod, Collecting can tabs for the Lexington Ronald McDonald House, and others. 
Requirements: Key Club membership is open to any student who desires to become a leader in his/her school and community and wishes to provide service to others.

Unity Club

Sponsor:  Tiffany Patrick/Graham Heasley
Purpose:   To promote tolerance and acceptance.  We may not all think the same, look the same, believe the same, or live the same, but we should treat each other the same. All students are welcome. 
Fee: $5
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