Club List

Club NameSponsorMeeting DatesTimesCriteria for joiningDescription
Aerospace ClubMr. MartinThursdays1400 - 1600Dues TBD, GPA req. TBDThe mission of the SLHS Aerospace Club (SLHSAC) is to provide an exciting environment that promotes an interest in aviation and aerospace.
Anatomy Honors ClubMrs. MauerEvery other Tuesday2:00 - 3:003.5 GPA and volunteer hoursclub for those interested in the medical field
Art ClubMs. Bracciale1st, 2nd, 4th Wednesday2:00SLHS student, respectful behavior, attendence of at least one monthly meeting
ASL Honors SocietyMs. Southwickalt. Thurs/Fri2:00 - 2:453.2 in ASL, 3.0 overall GPA, 1 year of ASL coursework completedIts primary mission is to encourage and recognize high academic achievement in ASL studies for high school and college/university students.
Chess ClubMr. Taylor1st & 3rd Tuesdays2:00None
Class of 2019Ms. CampervariesMember of the graduating class of 2019
Class of 2020Ms. Latimore/Ms. Pugh1st and 3rd Tues2:00 - 3:00graduating 2020
Drama ClubMs. WestAs Needed2:00$10 club fee
FCA Fellowship of Christian AthletesMr. Kamps2:00All are welcome.
French Club/ French Honor Society & Travel ClubMs. Rivera-LópezTuesdays or Wednesdays2:00For French Club, interest to learn about the French language and culture. For French Honor Society; other than interest, General GPA 3.0 or +, French classes GPA 3.5 or +, active member with honorable behavior and work ethics.  Serve the community. Our travel club will be a cultural education & adventure for those whose passion is to travel. We're going to share our experiences to enrich them.The purpose of our club is to offer students interested in French language and cultures and opportunity to practice French and learn about Francophone cultures. The 3 clubs will hang out together because they have similar cultural goals. 
FSPA - Florida Scholastic Press AssociationMr. WebsterTuesdays2:00Active participation with meetings and content creation for yearbook & student newspaper.  Students can write, create podcasts, or videos.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)Ms. Stegura2nd and 4th Wednesdays2:00A desire to learn more about the business community. Club fee TBD.
HosaMs. AldahondoTuesdays2:00A desire to learn about the health care field or be in the health care field.
Junior States of America (JSA)Ms. CullisonEvery Friday 2:00 - 3:00$20 dues, attendance at 80% of meetings to receive cords for graduation. Non partisan debate, and civic action within the school and the community.
Key ClubMs. Stegura and Ms. GlassBi-weekly Mondays2:00 - 2:30Application required. Dues are $40 per year.Students become leaders in their community by assisting with local business, schools, and organizations to better their community.
LGBT ClubMr. Aguiar, Mr. ChaltryMondays2:00Respect, acceptance, & support.
Mu Alpha ThetaMs. Camper2nd Wednesday2:00Must have finished Geometry and have a 3.0 unweighted GPA in math classes
Mural Team Ms. BraccialeMondays2:00 - 3:30Annual Try-Outs, students evaluated on Visual Art Skills, Teamwork, Enthusiasm
National Art Honor SocietyMs. Bracciale3rd Wednesday2:00Application, 3.0+ average in high school level visual arts class, fee: $15. for underclassmen, $30. for Seniors, Attendance at 3rd Wednesday meeting and additional meeting of students choice, 10 hours of visual art related community service
National Hispanic Honor SocietyMs. SantiagoWednesdays2:05A desire to learn about the Spanish language and culture, Taking Spanish, Spanish Honors or AP, General GPA 3.0 or +, Spanish classes GPA 4.0 or +, active member with honorable behavior and work ethics.  Serve the community.
National Honor SocietyMr. TaylorWednesdays the 1st and 3rd week of the month.nn2:003.5 GPA, must apply. $10 fee. Helps to have Volunteer hours and Leadership roles.
National Spanish Honor SocietyMs. SantiagoWednesdays2:00 - 3:00Taking Spanish 3 level or above, General GPA 3.0 or more, Spanish GPA 3.5 or more, Good referencesMembers must be motivated to continue learning the Spanish language and the culture. In addition, they must have the desire to contribute to the community by volunteering.
Nintendo Fan ClubMr. Chaltry, Ms. LatimoreWednesdays2:00 - 3:00NoneOffers a place to share passion for and cooperatively participate in usage of Nintendo consoles, games, & products.
Odyssey of the MindMs. Latimorevaries
Photography ClubMs. DamianoThursdays2:00 - 3:00All students are welcome to join - experience in photography and a specialized camera are not required - just a desire to learn with a hands-on approach.The goal of the club is to involve students who have an interest in digital photography. Club members will be learning from each other and will be photographing various school activities.
Seahawk MetalMr. FernandezTuesday 2:15 - 3:00Come to meetingInterest in Robotics and Future Robotics Competion Club
Student CouncilMs. CamperTuesdays2:003.0 GPA and application
Sunlake Interact ClubMs. Shelley & Ms. Bylsma. Land O Lakes Rotary ClubWednesday, the 1st and 3rd week of the month. Tuesday the 2nd and 4th week of the month.2:00Anyone who has interest can join. $10 Club fee. Leadership, Service, Stem related projects, College/Career exploration
WHAP ClubMs. NoffsingerTuesdays 2:00 - 3:00AP World History student or interest in content. Attend at least 2 of the weekly meetings per month.The mission of the WHAP club is to provide support for AP World History students and develop the critical thinking skills needed for success on the AP exam. As a service, students will also provide tutoring for other World History students.