High School Clubs and Organizations:
The Student Leadership Team at Elevation is a place for students to collaborate with each other to build community within our school, community and district. Students work together to grow skills and responsibilities as leaders. Our goal is to grow the individual leaders through team building and goal-oriented projects meant to bring all students together at Elevation.
Contact: Mr. Glenn at email@example.com
National Honor Society:
NHS is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States and outlying territories, which consists of many chapters in high schools. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character. The National Honor Society requires some sort of service to the community, school, or other organizations.
Contact: Ms. Wheeler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Giving a place for LGBTQ+ students to connect and to voice their concerns and ideas about school and LGBTQ+ related issues.
Contacts: Visi at email@example.com and Mr. Rauluk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students wishing to explore, practice, and participate in their own lived journey through racial joy, racial justice, racial beauty, and racial equity leadership should join this shared space of perspectives, truths, working toward actionable change. Interested students, from all backgrounds and identities, would seek to help, heal, transform, and shift society by activating, building, and sustaining relationships. Unified, we will meet to engage in courageous opportunities for change and Courageous Conversations™ that stand against Racism.
Contact: Mr. Vigil at email@example.com and Ms. Domonkos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Middle School Clubs and Organizations:
The goal of student leadership is to encourage students to be ambassadors to their school. Student leaders will take on roles that develop constructive, lifelong skills that create a culture of ownership, collaboration, and community in the classroom and school environment. Middle school leadership prepares students to participate in the high school leadership program when they enter high school.
Contact: Mr. Kaye at email@example.com
The Sisterhood is a club dedicated to promoting academic, social, and leadership success for young African American women. The goal of this group is to provide opportunities for sisters to feel empowered, to have their voice heard, share lived experiences, develop leadership skills as well as the overall physical and emotional health and wellness through the enhancement of self-image and self-esteem. Sisterhood aims to help young women reach their potential by engaging in activities that will support their efforts to be academically successful and active community members.
Contact: Ms. Glasgow at firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Who Code:
Girls Who Code (GWC) is a nonprofit organization that provides resources for schools to provide a club where girls can explore coding in a fun and friendly environment. GWC wants to encourage girls to pursue majors and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). To learn more about Girls Who Code, go to their website (https://girlswhocode.com/). At Elevation, middle school girls will have the opportunity to explore coding, build relationships with other girls interested in coding, and learn about various women in STEM careers. For more information, contact Mrs. Ridder (email@example.com).
Stemblazers inspire girls to visualize themselves in science, technology, engineering, and math professions. You can visit the STEMblazers website (https://www.stemblazers.org/who-we-are) for more detailed information. For more information, contact Mrs. Ridder (firstname.lastname@example.org).