Cherry Creek Student Organizations and Advisors
Cherry Creek High School
DECA is an Association of Marketing Students. Creek DECA prides itself on offering multiple opportunities for students to get involved in professional development, social gatherings and community service.
Advisors:Beth Adolphi, Erica Padzik, Dan Sheeks
Meetings:Daily, in marketing class. Officers meet the first Wednesday of each month in W218 during 5th period
FBLA helps high school students prepare for college and careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, community service, and educational programs.
Advisors: Michael Goodman and Jennifer Sheets
Meetings: Wednesdays, 3:40-4:15pm, Shillinglaw
FCCLAStudent-lead organization focusing on the various roles within the family and work place. We compete at the state and national level in categories such as financial fitness, child development, fashion construction, and many more.Advisor:Katie VasquezMeetings:We meet the first Thursday of every month in w209 @ 3:30.
We build robots to compete in FIRST competitions.
Advisors: Keith Harrison, Joseph Duncan, Eric Haupert
Meetings:Tuesdays 3:30 to 6:00 pm, W527.
Cherry Creek Innovation Campus
CCIC DECA is a co-curricular student organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs to be college and career ready. CCIC DECA members are presented with opportunities to attend DECA invitationals, leadership conferences, and competitions where their skills and knowledge of entrepreneurship, marketing, and project management can be put to the test!School
Advisors: Sara Mossman and Kim Reiser
FCCLA equips members with real world skills through Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education by preparing members for careers through its four Career Pathways: Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism, Education and Training, and Visual Arts and Design.FCCLA members will strengthen skills, forge friendships, and make a positive difference in today’s world through participation in Competitive Events, serving in leadership positions, attending conferences across the nation, networking with youth leaders, and attaining essential college- and career-ready skills
Advisors: Audra Dunleavy, Christina Runyan, David Bochmann
Meetings: the first week of the month during our Pineapple Pump-up meetings. Officers meet weekly.
HOSA is a student run organization that encourages students to practice skills in the health science field and allows them to explore the numerous pathways of the health sciences.
Advisors: Elisa Reid, Becca Hinnenkamp, Melissa Legg, Elerie Archer, Marla Bonds
Meetings: CCICSchool: CCIC
CTSO Name: National Robotics League (NRL)NRL is a "BattleBots" competition that takes place at the state level in early March. During the first part of the spring semester our robotics classes will be formed into 3 teams to build robots to compete at the state competition. Should a team win at the state level they will be invited to compete at the national level later in the Spring.Meetings: Work for the competition will primarily be done during the robotics classes on A-day and B-day mornings in room B201. The teams will work with advanced manufacturing for help with manufacturing components (armor, weapons and other components), and students in the Advanced Manufacturing classes may also join one of the teams and participate in the competitions if they are interested. There are no regular meetings after school, however, there may be occasional ad hoc sessions after school to get everyone together in one room and/or to address problems with the robot projects.
Cherokee Trail High School
An association of Marketing students
Advisors: Jess Becker Missie Schwartz
Meetings:Meetings happen during class. Officer meetings are Friday mornings at 7:30 in room 211.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).By being part of FBLA your unique skill set can be utilized to compete, travel, and win money! You can also gain business experience, networking skills, and meet new people. You have the opportunity to earn the chance through competition to go to the Gaylord Rockies Resort, gaining opportunities to build yourself through workshops and competition. Some of our events include public speaking, sports management, finance, graphic design, and many more to fit your interests. Your success in FBLA could lead to money in your hands, scholarships, and leadership positions.
Advisors: Steve Fromme & Kaylyn Swank
Meetings: Wednesdays 3:45pm Lower Lecture Center
A competitive, student-run organization that focuses on developing leaders in a technological world. Students compete in various technology related events, including CO2 dragsters, CAD, Fashion Design, Robotics and Coding.
Advisors: Ben Nuebel, Anthony Muscatello, Jared Merrill
Meetings: Mondays 3:45 - 4:30 in room 177
Eaglecrest High School
FCCLA focuses on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader; members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, Interpersonal communications, practical knowledge & career preparation.
Advisors:Michelleann Kim, Casey Schmitz & Matt Williams
Meetings: 1st & 3rd Wednesday's of the month in E126
NASA HUNCH is a partnership program that allows students to design, prototype, and test solutions for authentic problems that NASA astronauts, scientists, and engineers experience in the pursuit of space exploration. NASA sends engineers and scientists to work with students and provide feedback, with the best designs being chosen to have their team visit Mission Control in Houston, Texas to demonstrate their innovation.
Advisors: Primary: Gabriel Roussere Supporting: John Avery, Frank Nosal
Meetings: Official: Tuesdays @ 3:45 in room E123 Unofficial: Teams may meet at their own convenience to work on projects.
We are part of the global FIRST Robotics program. We design, build and compete with a robot designed to play the game FIRST creates each year. We do programming, design, manufacturing, electronics and media.
Advisors: Marilyn Kemp, Corey Kesler
Meetings:We meet Wed from 6-8 PM in E127. During the build season we meet M, W, F from 5:30-830 and Sat from 9-4.
Grandview High School
At Grandview, DECA is a co-curricular club - meaning you must be taking a year long marketing or business class in order to participate!. We compete at the district, state, and international level. We also participate in several invitational conferences at the beginning of the year, as well as plan different community service events, such as Candyland (an annual trick or treat event).
Advisors: Bonnie Enright and Larry Laflam
Meetings: We practice and plan activities during class time in rooms U132 and U133.
“FCCLA members will strengthen skills, forge friendships, and make a positive difference in today’s world through participation in Competitive Events, serving in leadership positions, attending conferences across the nation, networking with youth leaders, and attaining essential college- and career-ready skills.”
Advisor(s): Daniela Evans: Grandview High School
Meetings: B Day Wednesday’s L107 from 3:35-4:35
TSATechnology Students Association (TSA) is a student professional organization aimed at students in the fields of STEM, Arts, and IT.Advisor:Charles Pearl, Ken SarnowskiMeetings:L109 Formal Meetings Wednesday Mornings with open lab every day before school, and Mondays and Thursdays after school.
Overland High School
Overland DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management
Advisors: Roberto Ocana
Meetings: During school hours in room 251E
We are working to send students to Colorado Springs to complete at Colorado's Skill's USA competition.
Advisory Committee: Larry Wilkenson, Gary Perman, Robert Dicicco, Vanesa Thompson (Ford), Bill Schultz, John Edson, Scott Rill (Toyota),Manny Montoya (Toyota),arry Brown (Davis Auto Repair)
Meetings: Meeting times every Thursday at 3:45 until 5 pm. Meet in room 162F
Smoky Hill High School
An association of Marketing Students
Advisors: BJ Kingsbaker and Kevin Van Wormer
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a Career and Technical Student Organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues. Through participation in Competitive Events, becoming involved in community service opportunities, student leadership, and attending leadership conferences, members develop real world skills, explore Career Pathways, and become college- and career-ready.
Advisor: Carla Sullivan
Meetings:Tuesday mornings 7:40-8:15
Advisors: Dan Cornell and Dave Mitchell
Meetings:Meeting Location: 1-814