• 2021-2022 Club/Activities Information

    As we come back from a very limited 2020-2021 school year, the following clubs will be hosting interest meetings in August and September to start back up.

  • ACE Engineering Club

    Meets: Room II-605, Wednesdays @ 3:45 pm, 2nd semester only

    ACE is a partnership between Smoky Hill High School and the ACE Mentor Foundation.  At ACE Meetings, students work with professional architects, construction managers, and engineers to design and present a real-world project in the same manner as the professionals do. Scholarships to college are available.

    Sponsor: Emilie Cross

  • African Student Association

    Meets: Room I-105 - Location & Days TBA

    Sponsor: TBD

  • Art Club & National Art Society

    Meets: Room II-809, Wednesdays @ 3:30 - 4:30 pm

    Collaborate on art projects for the community and investigate contemporary art making mediums.

    Sponsor: Gayle Brown

  • Asian Culture Club - JapAnime

    Meets: Room II-312, Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 3:35 to 4:35 pm

    This group involves the study of Asian culture with a special focus on Animation and Manga.

    Sponsor: Thor Kjeseth

  • Chess & Shogi Club

    Chess & Shogi Club - Sponsored by Ayako Taba

    Mondays @ 3:40 - 4:30 pm

    II-807

  • Clay Club

    Meets: Room II-812, Tuesdays @ 3:30 - 4:30 pm     

    Clay Club is open studio time for students to experiment with clay after school.  Students may or may not be enrolled in a clay class.​

    First Meeting - September 7

    Sponsor: Josh Teplitzsky

  • Debate/Forensics - Speech & Debate

    Meets: Room I-320, Tuesdays & Wednesdays @ 3:40 - 5:00 pm  

    Smoky Hill Speech & Debate is a competitive team. Practices are held three times a week for two hours per practice. Smoky Hill Speech & Debate is one of the top 10% of all programs nationwide. They routinely travel out of state to tournaments and have numerous state finalists and national qualifiers.

    Sponsors: Tom Tafoya, Joe Colacioppo & Carrie Faust

    Before the start of registration, have the following information available:

    • Student ID
    • the activity/activities that your child will participate in
    • health insurance information
    • doctor and hospital contact information
    • emergency contact information
    • immunization, medicine and allergy information

    Student Name must be entered as it is in powerschool, for example Smith-Jones, or Martin IV

    In order to register for Model UN or Speech and Debate, please click the link below:

    https://smokyhill-ar.rschooltoday.com/familyaccounts/autopopulate/34

    Please contact the Smoky Hill Activities Office with any questions – 720-886-5550

  • Digital Evolutions/TSA

    Meets: Room I-814, Thursdays @ 3:45 - 5:00 pm 

    Digital Evolutions includes 3-D and 2-D digital design, robotics, and other computer based learning opportunities.

    Spnsor: Dan Cornell          

  • Diversity Leadership Team

    Meets: Colorado Classroom - Fridays @ 7:30 am

    WE ARE A DIVERSE SET OF YOUTH LEADERS WITH A GOAL TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE FUTURE BY CREATING UNITY, RESPECT AND ACCEPTANCE FOR ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE. 

    JOIN US IN THIS IMPORTANT WORK! 

    THE FIRST MEETING- AUGUST 27TH AT 7:30 A.M. 
    LOCATION: COLORADO CLASSROOM 
    (INSIDE THE LIBRARY)

    Sponsors: Sarah Watts & Jen Radosevich

  • Empower La Raza

    Meets: Room II-307, Wednesdays @ 3:35 - 4:00 pm

    Sponsor: Fabian Ruelas

  • eSports - League Of Legends Team

    eSports - League of Legends Team

    Smoky Hill's official eSports team.  They compete in League of Legends through CHSAA.

    Sponsor: Mr. Jia Lin

    Contact Mr. Lin to sign-up:  jlin@cherrycreekschools.org

    League of Legends

  • Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

    Meets: Room II-701, Green Thursdays @ 3:40 - 4:30 pm

    FCCLA is a career and technical student organization that promotes personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences classes. 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. Come be a part of FCCLA!

    First Meeting - September 2

    Sponsor: Carla Sullivan

  • Fashion & Design Club

    Meets: Room I-12, Tuesdays @ 3:40 - 4:30 pm

    Sponsor: Kat Palmer

    Instagram @shhsfashionanddesign

  • First Priority (Bible Study)

    Meets: Room I-108, Tuesdays @ 7:30 - 8:10 am

    First Priority is a student-led Christian group.  Their goal is to reach out to support both believers and non-believers in life and at school.

    Sponsor: Jolei Patton

  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

    Sponsor: David Decker

    Time and Location TBD

  • Gamer's Unite

    Meets: Room I-14, Wednesdays @ 3:30-4:30 pm

    Gamers Unite is a club open too all with a love of games. If you enjoy video games, ccg's, board games, or rpg's - Gamers Unite has a place for you!

    Sponsor: Mr. Brett Speidel & Mr. Cyle Hirschfeld

  • Habesha Leadership Club

    Meets: Room I-418, Thursdays @ 3:45 pm

    Habesha is a club that celebrates Ethiopian and Eritrean cultures in order to spread awareness about our countries and Africa. Part of this awareness includes raising money for non-profit organizations and organizing book drives and other necessities to send to Ethiopia and Eritrea. Our club participates in school activities including Homecoming Week and World Awareness where we teach fellow students traditional dances and introduce them to our favorite foods. All are welcome! We hope to see you at our next meeting.​

    Sponsor: ​​Liza Doty

  • IB Mentors

    Meets: Room I-405 and Upper Cafeteria, Tuesday & Wednesday AM @ 7:20 am

    ​Senior IB Mentors adopt a group of freshmen to help guild them through their first year as an MYP student at Smoky Hill High School. They form positive relationships with the students and give them a point of contact throughout the year while meeting at least once a month to go over upcoming school wide events.

    Sponsor: Tom Tafoya

  • Latino World Alliance

    Meets: Room II-309, Tuesdays @ 3:40 - 4:40 pm

    Students work together to strengthen the Latino Community and increase awareness at Smoky Hill of Latino culture. We work together to transform our members into future leaders; actively participate in our community and be part of different service projects. All students interested in the Latino culture are welcome.

    First Meeting - August 24

    Sponsor: Alejandra Larrahona

  • Math Club

    Meets: I-36 - Tuesdays @ 3:45 - 4:30 pm

    ​Members participate in competitions such as the Colorado Math League Contests, TrigStar, and American Math Contest.  They also provide after school math tutoring.

    Sponsor: Chris Charnetsky

  • Model United Nations

    Meets: SSRC, Wednesdays @ 3:40 pm

    Model UN meets as a 5th period class.  They attend state wide Model United Nation competitions on weekends throughout the school year. Students have an opportunity to discuss current world issues and policies.

    Sponsor: Don Hawley

    Before the start of registration, have the following information available:

    • Student ID
    • the activity/activities that your child will participate in
    • health insurance information
    • doctor and hospital contact information
    • emergency contact information
    • immunization, medicine and allergy information

    Student Name must be entered as it is in powerschool, for example Smith-Jones, or Martin IV

    In order to register for Model UN or Speech and Debate, please click the link below:

    https://smokyhill-ar.rschooltoday.com/familyaccounts/autopopulate/34

    Please contact the Smoky Hill Activities Office with any questions – 720-886-5550

  • Muslim Student Association

    Meets Thursdays @ 3:35 4:15 pm - Post Grad Center

    ​​​MSA is a group that serves as a support group and works to educate about Muslim culture during World Awareness.

    Sponsor: Mr. Craig Quintana

  • Next Generation Voices

    Meets: TBD

    NGV's mission is to promote cultural awareness and to enhance cultural exchange.  They present at World Awareness and organize the annual TOE Jam dance competition.

    Sponsor: Julianne Hong

  • SAGA

    Meets: Tuesdays @ 3:45 - 4:30 pm - Room I-306

    SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Acceptance) is an inclusive club were everyone is welcome. We treat all people with respect and dignity in addition to participating in district-wide social activities.

    Sponsor: TBD

  • Science Club/Bowl

    Meets: TBD

    Science Club/Science Bowl is a club for all students interested in interacting with students who like science.  The club also sponsors two teams that are eligible to compete in the Colorado Regional Science Bowl with the potential to advance to the National Science Bowl.

    Sponsor: Ashley Kourey

  • Sisterhood

    Meets: Fridays @ 7:45 - 8:10 am - Room II-105

    The SHHS Sisterhood is a club focused on African American girls on the valuable roles they pay in the school and throughout the community.  The girls in this club will focus on building leadership skills, creating positive relationships and developing pathways that support academic success.

    Sponsor: Dr. Nicole McWright

  • Step Team

    Step Team will return for the 2021-2022 school year.  Meeting/practices start in November.

    Meets:  Aux Gym, Tuesdays @ 3:40pm

    Sponsor: Breana Rogers

  • Ultimate Frisbee

    Meets: TBD

    Join us for the fun and fast paced game of Ultimate Frisbee!

    First Meeting: Friday, August 27 @ 8:00 AM - I-405

    Sponsor: Mike Corrado