To enhance our student's high school experience, Science Hill offers a wide variety of clubs, teams, and organizations for students to become involved in.
Purpose: To provide students with in an interest in art, an opportunity to explore art and craft forms with other students
Asian Culture Appreciation Club
Purpose: To educate and spread awareness of Asian culture and customs to the students of Science Hill
AWSTEM (Appreciation for Women in STEM)
Purpose: Recognize and increase the number of women in the STEM field. Expose more students to the fields of STEM.
Beta Club: 9-12
Bess Laufenberg, Kiki Garman
Purpose: Beta club provides top SHHS students with opportunities to lead and serve in their community. The club completes service projects that benefit Science Hill High School or the larger Johnson City community. To become a member, a ninth grade student must have earned two A’s and two B’s in the core subjects in 8th grade. A 10th-12th grade student must have a GPA of 3.5 or better.
When: last tuesday of each month in the cafeteria
Purpose: The purpose is to provide equipment and a location for students to play chess.
When: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 3 to 4 pm in room A289
Purpose: Coding club uses programming languages to solve problems and explore computer science.
When: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 3-4pm in room A289
Purpose: To compete locally at the East TN Criminal Justice competition @ TCAT
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Purpose: The Dungeons and Dragons Club at SHHS gives creative students an opportunity to socialize with other students, write adventures, and tell stories collaboratively with friends.
When: Every Tuesday 3-5
Electric Vehicle Club
Purpose: Provide students with the opportunity to look at and experience electric vehicles.
Esports and Broadcasting
Purpose: Team Building, Competition, Enjoyment, Community, Breaking the stereotype of gamers, Improvement of skills/communication/problem solving
FCCLA Social Health Services
Heather Conner, Debbi Mottern, Sasha Johnson
Purpose: Provide opportunities for personal development, strengthen the function of the family, encourages democracy, encourages individual and group involvement, promotes greater understanding between youth and adults, etc.
When: 3rd Wednesday of the month after school
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Ryan Edwards, Nancy McDonald
Purpose: To provide fellowship and unity among students and student athletes
When: Tuesday mornings 7am-7:35am
FFA (Future Farmers of America)
Purpose: FFA offers events and resources that enhance the learning of horticulture program
Purpose: Increase self-esteem, morals, leadership skills
When: Wednesday 7:10 am - 7:30 am in Hillside Cafe
Cori Horne, Anne Gregg
Purpose: Students of French shall share their knowledge of French while engaging with other French students
When: 1-2 times a month
Full Metal Rackets
Purpose: Promote and popularize badminton teaching new players and nurturing previous players but also to have fun.
Future Business Leaders of America
Purpose: Inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences
When: Once a month
Purpose: Encourage recycling at SHHS
Purpose: To give students the opportunity to express creative freedom through the means of guitar. We want to be able to give students the ability to learn and sharpen their abilities at the instrument
Hats for the Homeless
Purpose: To knit hats in order to donate them to various clothing drives and homeless shelters throughout the community
When: Fridays 3-3:45
Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA)
Christy Cottrell, Kristine Taylor, Clint Philbrick
Purpose: To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skills, and leadership development of all health science education students.
Purpose: The Herald aims to shine light on as many events, achievements, and students as possible. We pride ourselves on producing beneficial, factual, and informational stories that keep us all informed and broaden our perspectives on key issues. We will cover clubs, courses, events, teachers, students, and anything that affects the lives of students at Science Hill.
Intramural Sports Club
Purpose: To allow students to engage in active sports while building relationships with others during the activities
Purpose: To have an investing correspondence with other students on a semi-regular basis
Latin American Culture Appreciation Club (LA Club)
Purpose: HOLA aims to celebrate Latin American culture at Science Hill
Langston Leadership Club
Purpose: To inspire young leaders and influence other students to participate
When: Wednesday 3-4:30
Medieval Battle Association
Purpose: To study and re-create aspects of the Medieval historical era
When: Fridays after school
Purpose: Act as delegates of different countries to solve global issues.
Mountain Bike Team
Purpose: To build strong minds, bodies, character, and communities through cycling.
When: Tuesday/Thursday 6-8 @ Winged Deer park
Mu Alpha Theta
Purpose: Dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing, strong scholarship in the subject.
When: Wednesday 3-4
Muslim Student Association
Purpose: Promote unity and joint action among Muslims at SHHS
Purpose: This club is a resource to help students develop their personal relationship with God and how he is a part of their daily lives.
When: Thursday 7:15am
Jessica Connor, Kayla Edwards
Purpose: Rho Kappa is the social studies honor society and seeks to elevate and encourage the study of the social studies among students at SHHS and the community. SH Rho Kappa will work in the school and community-wide to offer opportunities for learning and civic engagement.
Brad Gentry, Jeff Kleven
Purpose: The mission of Robotics is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators.
When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3-4
Scholars Bowl Academic Team
Michael Laviano, Ben Davenport
Purpose: The Scholars Bowl Academic Team promotes the value of participation, team play, sportsmanship, and personal experience.
When: Tuesdays 3-3:45
Science Hill Debate Team
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the students to engage in debate activities on a competitive level to improve their communication, analytical and problem solving skills.
When: Mondays 3-4
Science Hill Improv Team
Hunter Graybeal, Richard Marshall
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the students to engage in improvisational acting to develop their communication, acting, and critical thinking skills.
When: Wednesdays 3-4
Science Hill Showstoppers
Hunter Graybeal, Richard Marshall
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the students to engage in competitive acting, interpretation and speaking tournaments to improve their acting, analytical and communication skills.
When: in class- Play rehearsals Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays 3-5
Science Hill Taxidermy
Purpose: Expand the students’ knowledge and view of nature while enjoying a rewarding hobby and possibly career or way of earning extra income
SHHS Book Club
Purpose: To build a community of student readers
SHHS Disc Golf Club
Purpose: Practice the fundamentals of disc golf, including etiquette and competition rules. It is one of the most inclusive and inexpensive sports, any student who likes being outside will find disc golf enjoyable.
Brent Sluder, Robbie Tester, Rich Murray, Jeff Kleven, Charlene Hogg, Matthew Glover
Purpose: To produce the mostly highly skilled workforce and technical skills grounded in academics.
When: Every other Thursday 1:50-2:40 Cosmetology: TBA
Social Wise Club
Purpose: To create a welcoming environment for the minority students to levy comprehensive and insightful information about their personal experiences while creating an environment where non-minority students can learn and ask questions freely creating a unified student body.
Kayla Jimenez-Gomez, Hilary Delgado
Purpose: Designed to give students a chance to practice Spanish conversation and learn to explore elements of culture.
When: 3rd and 4th Wednesday of the month, 3-4
Student Activities Council
Mitziann Stiltner, Angela Taylor
Purpose: The SAC is a student organization in charge of student activities planning, organizing, and implementing community service projects, school service projects, Homecoming activities, school dances, Thanksgiving Food Drive, and the Junior/Senior Prom. Additionally, SAC assists the cheer team with pep rallies and spirit events. SAC members serve as a leadership team with the principal. Students in all grades are welcome to attend meetings and help with activities.
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for our students to mentor other students in Johnson City Schools
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Purpose: To promote exercise, team work, and competition among co-ed students in grades 9-12.
When: Monday and Friday 3-4
Purpose: To promote and encourage physical activity in youth sport, particularly the sport of weightlifting.
When: Monday-Wednesday-Friday 3-4
Last Updated: November 30, 2023