Club Rush in The Forest

Club Rush in The Forest

Lilly Hortis, Co-Editor

Last Thursday on September 12th, Carolina Forest High School held its annual Club Rush in the mini gym. Club Rush allows students to walk around and discover the variety of clubs  here at CFHS. With the large selection of clubs, there is no reason for every student to find a club that suits them. Clubs are beneficial for many reasons. They can help you meet new people, find new opportunities and even help you when you are applying for college. 

Abby Kerwin, CFHS student body president, says, “Joining clubs is important because it helps you get involved with your school and meet new people.”

With it still being early in the school year, not all club sponsors have established their planned meeting dates and place. If you are interested in a club that does not have meeting information listed below, be on the lookout for information or email the club sponsor. 

American Sign Language Club – Loyd – Meets every Thursday during lunch in C117

Anchor Club – Puusepp – Second Tuesday during lunch

Chess and Uno Club  – Philon – Wednesday and Friday during lunch C109

ComicCon Club – Banks – 2nd and 4th Monday during lunch B116

DECA – Gore

Dungeons & Dragon Club – Nesbit

Earth Club – Watts, Sage – Thursdays after school E103

Fellowship of Christian Athletes – Brunson, Sefick, Twigg  – Mini gym during lunch on Tuesdays

Future Farmers of America – Strickland, Watson

German Club – Boyle

Guitar Club – Capuzzi 

Inspiration Club – Brisbon – Thursdays during lunch in A101

International Club – Strasinger – 1st and 3rd Thursday in B119

International Thespian Society – Ward – First Wednesday of the month at 3:30 in the piano room

Italian Club – Giganti – 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month in C105

Key Club – Doughtery, Tighe

Knitting Club – Rue

Library Media Club – Nesbit

Math Honor Society – Steers, D’Egidio – Last Monday of every month in D118

Movie Club – Scott – 1st Tuesday of the month in A115

National Technology Honor Society – Brisbon, Thomas

NJROTC Academic Team – Boyle, Lawrence

Panter Ambassadors – Praefke

Play Ushers – Cox

Playing Card Club – Robinson – 1st Tuesday during lunch in D108 

Playwrights Club – Cox – Thursday during lunch in the drama room 

Robotics – Ernest – Starting in January every day after school in G105

Science National Honor Society – A. Prol – Last Tuesday of month D111

Spanish Club – Banks

Student Council – Bane – Thursday after school in C110

Table Top Board Games Club – Williams – Once a week during lunch in f112

Technology Club – Eagles

Ultimate Frisbee – McCarey – 

We Dine Together – McCray – During lunch E house 2nd office 

Terri Cox, one of our drama teachers, comments, “This is your time to try things. Try as many possible. Joining is one of the best things about high school. They’ll help you find out who you are. If you’re really lucky, you’ll find your people and your place. That is what happened with me and the theatre program. Also, you need balance from working in academic classes to be well rounded. Have fun!

Personally, I encourage everyone to join and involved in a club. You never know what opportunities being involved in a club will bring you.