We offer a wide array of clubs for our students. Interested in joining? Please contact the adviser. We also livestream our clubs, so please join us even if your are at home.
Students may run for election to serve as student body officers. Our student government helps plan our monthly school activities, build school culture, and organize prom. Student body officers also earn credit elective credit for successfully completing their assigned duties. Elections are held in the fall. If you are interested, please contact the student government adviser, Mrs. Stevens. Student Government meets from 3-4 PM in Thursdays in the Learning Center.
Students can choose to participate on yearbook staff by selecting the course during registration. Yearbook meets every Friday morning. Students work together with their adviser to create a theme for the book, take photos, conduct interviews, and design the book. If you are interested in joining yearbook, please talk with the adviser Ms. Wagner.
HOSA focuses on supporting and developing future healthcare professionals. Students volunteer and participate in contests demonstrating their knowledge and skills in their chosen field. Students interested in participating can contact Ms. Funn.
SkillsUSA focuses on training and developing trade skills. Juniors and seniors have the opportunity to represent their program by competing in contests. Students interested in participating can contact Ms. Funn or their program instructor.
Join Ms. Chandler from 3-4 PM on Wednesdays for Trivia! This is a great time to test your knowledge and interact with your peers. Complete your permission form HERE.
Make new friends and learn some great strategy and critical thinking skills by participating in Chess Club. Please contact Mr. Hinckley for more details
Career Path High is lead by Mrs. Funn, and participating students are nominated by their peers. This group is focused on providing friendship and support to their peers in an effort to direct them to resources and help when they are in crises.
The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is a student-run club which provides a safe place for students to meet, support one another, plan activities, and bring awareness to issues impacting them in their community and school. It is an all-inclusive group that promotes friendship and feelings of belonging in an effort to cultivate a safe environment for all of our Career Path High students. Click HERE for the consent form.
Join the game and the adventure on Tuesdays after school in the Large Classroom from 2:45-4 PM. Mr. Haslem is the adviser of this club.
Horror club is a club to discuss horror movies, books, and games (and sometimes play horror-themed board and card games). Join this club with Mr. Haslem on Thursdays after school in the Large Classroom.
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