Mesquite High Clubs & Activities

Club Sponsor(s) Location/Room: Description Dates & Times
Adventurers R' us Kinsey Redd Tracy Campbell G220 Club membership is limited to enrollment in AP Human Geo and AP US Government.
AP Council Chrisa Floria B122 Create AP involvement and engagement Raise awareness of an accessibility to AP programs Introduce AP programs to younger grades and students who might not otherwise consider AP paths and opportunities Create and enhance an AP funding source for AP activities and exam payment assistance/scholarships Provide AP students an opportunity to have a voice in development and growth of the AP programs within the school Wednesday During Lunch
Art Club TBD B108 Giving students an opportunity to do fun and creative activities, meet new people, and build portfolios. Thursdays 2:30 - 3:30
Athletics Club Rudy Alvarado Gym Club is open to all student athletes Tuesday @ 2:30pm
Badminton Josh Anson Promote badminton during the offseason for anyone interested in playing/learning and support the Wildcat Badminton team during the fall season. In the gym during lunch
Band Club Steven Quintana F113 All band students are eligible. Nonband students may apply for membership. Please see Mr. Quintana for meeting dates and time
Baseball Jeff Holland Compete and represent Mesquite HS in AIA competitions.
Basketball - Boys Shawn Lynch Compete and represent Mesquite HS in AIA competitions.
Basketball - Girls Candice Gonzales Gym Club membership limited to team players only. Tryouts required.
Beyond Motion Dance Company Lisa Hammond Dance performance group representing Mesquite at assemblies, football, and basketball games as well as putting on two dance concerts. Selective membership
Black Student Union Kendall Jackson B130 he purpose of this organization is to unite black students at Mesquite High School to create a friendly environment that fosters growth and success. Tuesday at Lunch and Thursday after School
Check Mates Chess Club Donald Willoughby B202 To provide an environment for individuals to gather and play in a welcoming environment apart from the digital connections we live in today. Our primary focus is chess, but we will be playing other board games as well. Fridays 2:30 - 3:30
Cheer - Spirit Club Mia Franz Cafeteria Cheer membership is determined by tryouts.
Choir Club Patricia Ubrig F115 Promote interest & musical excellence in the choral program Mondays after school
Cross Country/Running Club Maggie McCaustland Promote the Cross Country team and support the Wildcat Cross Country program.
Culinary Club Sarah Bruneel G123 To give students an opportunity to better understand the culinary profession; to learn to communicate with culinary professionals and perform tasks in the culinary field; open to previous and current Culinary III & IV students 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of the month
Digital Media Club (Photo) B109 To encourage creativity, inclusivity, and allow for students to gain experience with photography and videography equipment. Our club is a place where students can work on passion projects and build their portfolios.
Drama Club Tony Latham F110 "Drama club is where friendships are made and fun is had. Come join us in building up our skills and mastery of theatre, play some games, and join our ensemble of scrappy players. We learn valuable performance techniques, design skills, team building opportunities, and creating something from nothing. Let's play!" Thursdays from 2:30 - 3:30
Dude be Nice Colleen Swanson B120 Create and develop campus-wide activities to create positivity on campus. Mondays 2:30 - 3:30pm
Dungeons and Dragons Greg Krahn G201 We love to play D&D, but our schedules are pretty full. For an afternoon of fun, relaxation, and battle, we get together to play D&D, talk with friends and be awesome on Thursdays. Our fellowship is the best one on campus, and our group is always growing. All are welcome to join. Every Tuesday and Friday from 2:30 until 4:30 pm
Ecology Club B120 To make a positive difference in the lives of students by thinking globally and acting locally about conservation efforts. Students manage the school recycling and provide opportunities for others to learn about conservation. Tuesdays after school from 2:30 - 4:00
Equality Club Colleen Swanson B120 The Equality Club's purpose is to create a safe, welcoming environment for students regardless of sexual orientation, identity, race, ethnicity, or religion. Everyone is welcome. Tuesdays from 2:30 - 4:00
eSports Christian Pardo B116 To allow eSports players the opportunity to play together & make new friends. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 2:30 - 4:30
Fashion Club Vanja Majusevic The Den To provide students with an opportunity to further their education in the fashion industry. Tuesdays 2:30 in the Den
FBLA Chad Montgomery G202 FBLA is the premier high school business club in the country. Learn about public speaking, marketing, programming, computer languages, computer applications, accounting, business procedures and much more. FBLA is all about business. Wednesdays during lunch
Last Modified on May 9, 2024