Student Organizations & Clubs

National & State Organizations (Curricular)

Organization / Club Name

Faculty Advisor (Sponsor)

Student Leader

About Us

Educators Rising Ashleigh Redman TBA  
DECA (marketing, business, leadership) Katie Kelly TBA  
FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Sherry Heaps,
Janean Thomas
TBA  
FFA (Future Farmers of America) Justin Rindlisbacher,
Howard Houston
TBA  
Sources of Strength  Shelly Christensen TBA  
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) Jon Young TBA  
Key Club (Kiwanis Empowering Youth, a service organization) Jill Carlson TBA  
Latinos in Action Derick Marchant,
Zulma Farnworth
TBA  
Model U.N. Daniel Sisneros TBA  
NHS (National Honor Society) Sheila Lotz
Megan Harbin
TBA  
She Tech (technology oriented) Katie Kelly TBA  
Skills USA (CTE oriented organization) Shaun Black TBA  

District & School Sponsored Clubs (Curricular)

Organization / Club Name

Faculty Advisor (Sponsor)

Student Leader

About Us

ASL Club (American Sign Language) Jak Kadish TBA  
Close-up (American History Tour) Andrew Wright TBA  
Drama Club Rock White TBA  
Guitar Club Kyle Francom TBA  
Japanese Club Angela Berrio TBA  
Musical Theater Club Rock White TBA  
Native American Club Brooke Perkins (brooke [dot] perkins [at] nebo [dot] edu) TBA  
Photography Club Melisa Brotherson TBA  
Spanish Club Stan Peck TBA  
Thespians Rock White TBA  
Writing Club TBA TBA  

Student Organized Clubs (Non-Curricular)

Organization / Club Name

Faculty Advisor (Supervisor)

Student Leader

About Us

Chess Club Stan Peck TBA  
D&D Club (Dungeons and Dragons) Jeremy Chapman TBA  
Gamer Club Jak Kadish TBA  
GSA Club Tani Griffin
Carl Griffin
TBA  
Magic Club (Magic: The Gathering card game) Jak Kadish TBA  
Rodeo Club Jeannie Roundy TBA  

There are three categories of student organizations and clubs at PHS. First, national & state organizations are groups like Future Farmers of America (FFA) that have a national or state presence and are approved by the district or school. These organizations fit under the  district policy as "curricular clubs." For these organizations the district or school provides space to meet, a faculty advisor, and other supporting resources.

Second, district or school sponsored curricular clubs are those that have a direct tie-in to our academic programs, like the Spanish Club. Like the national and state organizations, for these clubs the school provides space to meet, a faculty advisor (sponsor), and other supporting resources. These clubs also fit under the district policy as "curricular clubs." 

Finally, student organized clubs are those that are not specifically sponsored or endorsed by the school, but are student generated and led. These clubs fit under the district policy as "non-curricular clubs." They do not have to be directly tied to an academic program, but they do have some requirements they must adhere to. The school provides these clubs a space to meet and a faculty advisor (supervisor) to give oversight and on-campus supervision, but does not sponsor or endorse the club nor provide other supporting resources.

Click here to see the full Nebo School District Policy regarding school clubs.