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Academic Challenge

All students may join. Competitions are Mondays after school in October & November (four total meets).  Mental prowess & domination!! 

Meetings: Tuesdays and Thursdays in Rm 1212
Advisor:  Mr. Mulroy

Acappella Singers

Auditioned specialized choir.  Reading music is required and expected.  Prior experience in middle school and/or high school singing or equivalent is very helpful.  This group sings without accompaniment with voices only.  All vocal types, Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone and Bass are needed.  Meets one day/week after school and during one Academy time per week.  Sings throughout the community regularly, especially during the holiday season.  Performs a wide variety of music including classical, modern classical, vocal jazz, vocal acappella (Pentatonix), and popular music.  Regularly needs a vocal beatbox, usually done by a current singer rather than a specialist.  This is the most advanced vocal group at THS, in terms of musical difficulty, and prepares students to have the ability to perform in collegiate level ensembles. 

Meeting times vary
Advisor:  Peter Culver

Art Club

Anyone can join.  If you enjoy the arts, you can have further exploration of art outside of the classroom.

Meeting time vary
Advisor:  Mrs. Blasko

Business Professionals of America (BPA)

We have our meeting in class - FINANCE and/or BUSINESS MANAGEMENT.  The BPA offers leadership opportunities, a chance to travel, business competitions with other school districts in our region, and provides fun/rewarding community service projects to benefit Tallmadge students. 

Meetings:  During class time
Advisor:  Mrs. Brendel


An Association of Marketing Students-typically Business Pathway students join.  

Meeting times typically occur during class times
Advisor:  Mrs. Haller

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

Anyone (not just athletes) who wants to learn more about Jesus and being a follower of Jesus is encouraged to join us! 

Meetings:   Friday mornings at 6:50 am - THS Library
Advisor:     Mrs. Metzger

FCCLA and Dare to Share

We are a National Student Organization that volunteers in our community.  We compete in various STAR Events that focus on careers at the regional, state, and national levels.  We fill bags for Dare to Share that help support our community.  We do a various other activities throughout the year. 

Meetings:  Thursdays during A
Advisor:  Mrs. Caicco

French Club

Everyone who is interested in French culture and/or language is encouraged to join.  We do one field trip or activity per month. There is a $10 membership fee and students can join anytime of year.

Meetings:  meeting times vary
Advisor:     Madame Metzger - Room 1519

High Definition Show Choir

Similar to the music styles that you would see on the TV Show "Glee" - generally Pop and Musical Theater music. Open to all who enjoy singing and dancing.  Singers/Dancers go through an audition process,  and all Genders and Vocal Types are needed and wanted.   Competition Group that sings throughout the community at various events and performs on the National Show Choir Competition Circuit (usually 4-5 competitions, including Cedar Point).  Also involves instrumentalists, reading music is highly recommended, to perform live accompaniment for the show choir.  The Pit Orchestra travels and performs in all competitions and events.  There are also Crew positions that involve traveling with the Choir and being involved in all aspects of the competition show set-up and tear-down, as well as any technical needs throughout the show.  The crew is highly involved during the competition season but does not necessarily have the same after-school commitments as the Singer/Dancers and Pit Orchestra. Involves after-school commitments and fund-raising projects for our many financial needs.  The show choir regularly requires a group of around 35 -75 student members to fulfill all of the needs, so there is plenty of need and opportunity within the group.

Meeting times vary
Advisor:  Mr. Culver

Interact Club

Service organization - no application process - we help our school and community in conjunction with Tallmadge Rotary and area Interact Clubs from other schools.

Meetings:  Every other Friday
Advisor:     Mrs. Christopher


Perform improv comedy shows throughout the year. Practice once a week after school open to all grades. Show cast requires auditions.  

Meetings:   Fridays after school until 4:30 pm
Advisor:      Mrs. Charek

Leaders in Action (LIA)

10th and 11th graders can become pledges each fall by completing an application.  As long as they complete service and leadership requirements they are invited to become full members the following year.  This club is for those interested in enhancing their involvement with their school and community through service as well as developing leadership skills through individual and group training.   This student-led organization meets monthly for the general membership meetings but conducts many committee meetings throughout the year in preparation of events and activities. 

Meetings:  3rd Thursday of the month
Advisors:  Mrs. Prazer, Mrs. Lemke & Mrs. Lane

National Honor Society

Invitation only with application process.  The goal of this group is to better the good of the community through volunteer opportunities. 

Meetings:  One Friday per month
Advisor:  Mr. Hungerford

Pep Club

Everyone is welcome!  We promote school spirit and support each other in activities and events 

Meeting times vary
Advisor:  Mrs. Headrick

Photography Club

Everyone is welcome!  Focus on developing photography skills with speakers, lessons, and field trips; showcase own work on website, school publications, and art gallery display event.  This club challenges to grow your abilities and practice new skills 

Advisor:  Mrs. Headrick

The Rainbow Alliance (TRA)

This is a group for LGBTQ+ and their allies. We aim to support friendship and understanding of issues surrounding the LGBTQ+ community and helping to build a more inclusive and accepting environemnt here at THS. 

Meetings:  Thursdays during B Academy
Advisors:     Mrs. Dunton & Mr. Rozborski

Respect Club

Trying to inform students about dating abuse and healthy relationships. 

Meetings:  Fridays during A
Advisor:    Mr. Srodawa

Ski Club

The purpose of the Ski/Snowboard Club is to introduce a healthy and enjoyable outdoor recreational activity for students to either learn how to ski/snowboard, improve their skills, or even advance their abilities.  The club is for 8-18 year old students. 

Meeting times vary
Advisor:  Mrs. Currey

Spanish Club

Everyone who is interested in the Spanish language and Hispanic culture is more than welcome to join.  We do one field trip or activity per month. There is a $5 membership fee and students can join any time of year. 

Meetings: meeting times vary
Advisor:    Sr. Slivka - Room 1518

Speech and Debate

All students are welcome to join.   Students compete in either Speech (duo or solo) OR Debate (team).  Competitions are on Saturdays (all days) at sites that we select to participate.  

Meetings:  Wednesdays during C in 1607
Advisor:      Mr. Hungerford

Student Senate

Service organization.  We run school blood drives, raise money for Christmas Families and help with various other school and community events.

Meetings:  Wednesdays during B
Advisor:  Mrs. Blasko
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