Directory of Clubs and Organizations

Activities  |  Clubs  |  Performing Arts  |  Scholastic Organizations  |  Service Organizations  

Royal Palm Beach High School is proud to have over forty clubs and organizations on our campus.  From Anime Club to Key Club, and National Honor Society to Chorus, there is something for everyone at Royal Palm Beach High School!

 Activities

Club Name Sponsor Room # Email Address Meetings
Student Council Ms. Makowski Portable 12 shannon.makowski@palmbeachschools.org Membership based on
spring Student Body elections
  Student Council is an organization that seeks to promote student leadership at Royal Palm Beach High School. This is accomplished through a variety of projects, including community service, school spirit, faculty, staff, and student recognition, and much more. The student Council at Royal Palm Beach High School is recognized on the state level as a Gold Medallion Council and on the National Level as a National Gold Council of Excellence. Membership opens each spring to aspiring leaders - most positions in Student Council are elected by the student body.
Class of 2016 Mr. Arnone
Ms. Makowski
1-123F
Portable 12
justin.arnone@palmbeachschools.org
shannon.makowski@palmbeachschools.org
See sponsor for meeting information.
  The purpose of each class is to build class spirit and morale, fundriase for class activites and events, and to promote involvement of the student body in school activities
Class of 2017 Mrs. Teman 4-223 jamie.teman@palmbeachschools.org See sponsor for meeting information.
  The purpose of each class is to build class spirit and morale, fundriase for class activites and events, and to promote involvement of the student body in school activities
Class of 2018 Ms. E. Morgan 2-216 erin.morgan@palmbeachschools.org See sponsor for meeting information.
  The purpose of each class is to build class spirit and morale, fundriase for class activites and events, and to promote involvement of the student body in school activities
Class of 2019 Ms. C. Morgan   cassandra.morgan@palmbeachschools.org See sponsor for meeting information.
  The purpose of each class is to build class spirit and morale, fundriase for class activites and events, and to promote involvement of the student body in school activities
Newspaper Ms. Slygh Portable 17 lauren.slygh@palmbeachschools.org See sponsor for meeting information
      
Special Olympics Ms. Brandl
Mr. Bowens
2-106 joan.brandl@palmbeachschools.org
marcel.bowens@palmbeachschools.org
See sponsor for meeting information.
      
Yearbook Mr. T. Ciano 3-214 salvatore.ciano.2@palmbeachschools.org See sponsor for meeting information.
   


CLUBS

Club Name Sponsor Room # Email Address Meetings
Anime Club Ms. Doon   alyssa.doon@palmbeachschools.org  
  Our mission is to learn about anime and different types of anime, but we also learn about Japanese culture and how anime became so popular in the first place.
Best Buddies Ms. I. Perez   ilena.perez@palmbeachschools.org  
  Best Buddies is a National organization that creates opportunities for one-to one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Campus Life Mr. Gilbert
Ms. E. Day
3-213 brandon.gilbert@palmbeeachschools.org Wednesday
3:00 PM
3-213
  Campus Life High School club that combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools.
Chess Club Mr. Fradkin 3-228 gary.fradkin@palmbeachschools.org Wednesday
3:00 PM
3-228
  The Chess Club's mission is to develop critical, analytical and logical thinking skills and to improve prediction, problem solving and concentration techniques through the game of chess.
Emerald & Onyx Club Ms. Greenland 2-124 dasie.melton-greenland@palmbeachschools.org
Monday &
Wednesday
3:00 PM
Cafeteria
   
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Mr. Leyland Portable __ joseph.leyland@palmbeachschools.org  
   
First Priority Mr. Bowens   marcel.bowens@palmbeachschools.org  
      
Lovers of Liberty Ms. Neal   carrie.neal@palmbeachschools.org  
   
My Fair Ladies Mrs. Marolla
Ms. Gallagher
1-217

brandi.pennington@palmbeachschools.org
caitlin.gallagher@palmbeachschools.org
Tuesday
3:00 PM
1-217
  My Fair Ladies has been established to provide an avenue for young ladies to get involved in the school and community through civic engagement, character building, and community service.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Mrs. Witkowski Portable 6 maureen.witkowski@palmbeachschools.org Tuesday
3:00 PM
Portable 6
   SADD's mission is to To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive decisions.
Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) Ms. Haye 4-220 winsome.haye@palmbeachschools.org  
   


 Performing Arts

 Club Name Sponsor Room # Email Address Meetings
Band  Mr. Eubank  4-127  benjamin.eubank@palmbeachschools.org See Band Director 
Chorus Mr. Sommer 4-128 david.sommer@palmbeachschools.org See Choral Director 
Drama & International
Thespian Society
Ms. Minardi    nicole.minardi@palmbeachschools.org See Drama Teacher
Speech & Debate Mr. Sena 2-208 richard.sena@palmbeachschools.org See Debate Coach
Wildcat Dancers
Dance Team
Ms. Blecher-Cramer 2-117 michelle.blechercramer@palmbeachschools.org See Dance Director


 Scholastic Organizations

 Club Name Sponsor Room # Email Address Meetings
Beta Club Ms. Withers Portable __ nicole.withers@palmbeachschools.org  
   
DECA Ms. DeBaby-Basinger 4-109 melissa.debaby@palmbeachschools.org See sponsor for meeting information.
  DECA is a leadership network that prepares students for careers in finance, hospitality, marketing and management. Through real world experiences and classroom curriculum, DECA gives students a competitive edge for college and career success. We're focused on improving the quality and competitiveness of tomorrow's leaders.
French National Honor Society Ms. Casto 1-207 holly.casto@palmbeachschools.org Second Thursday
3:00 PM
1-207
  The purpose of the group is to promote French Language & Culture while serving as an honorary affiliation. Our biggest community service involvement is with the Relay For Life event every April.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Ms. Lauscher   elizabeth.lauscher@palmbeachschools.org  
 
HOSA Future Health Porfessionals Ms. Fabra 4-202A janet.fabra@palmbeachschools.org Tuesday
3:00 PM
2-202B
 
Academic Games - Language Arts      
   
Academic Games - Math Mr. Seleski 4-214 cheyne.seleski@palmbeachschools.org See coach for details.
   
Academic Games - Social Studies Mr. Nyren 2-203 dirk.nyren@palmbeachschools.org See coach for details.
      
Latin Club & Latin Honor Society Ms. Stroke 1-210 ginger.stroke@palmbeachschools.org Thursday
3:00 PM
1-210
     
National Art Honor Society Ms. Stanton 4-115 janet.stanton@palmbeachschools.org  
  Participation in the NAHS is a mark of accomplishment in the school, the community. It is well recognized by institutions when students apply for entry to colleges and universities. Membership in this chapter shall be based upon art scholarship, service, and character. To be eligible for selection to membership in this chapter, the candidate must have attended art for a minimum of 1 semester in this school. Candidates must maintain a minimum art scholarship of B, and candidates must receive excellent character recommendations from their teachers. In the year to come, Members must continue their pursuit of artistic excellence by continuing to be enrolled in visual art courses, and maintain an A-B average in all art courses. They are to participate regularly in meetings, community service, and special events. National Art Honor Society actively participates in home coming activities, fund raising events, local street painting events, National Portfolio day, Race for the Arts, the National Cancer Association’s Relay For Life, and numerous local and national art exhibits.
National English Honor Society  Ms. Salery  3-205  eileen.salery@palmbeachschools.org Wednesday
3:00 PM
3-205
      
SECME Mr. Miller
Ms. Haye
4-112
4-220
paul.miller.palmbeachschools.org
winsome.haye@palmbeachschools.org
 
      
Science National Honor Society Ms. Day   sarah.day@palmbeachschools.org  
       
Spanish National Honor Society  Sra. Slater 1-203 donna.slater@palmbeachschools.org Wednesday
3:00 PM
1-203
  Spanish National Honor Society is an academic honor society that promotes the study of Spanish at the secondary level. Our purpose is to recognize high achievement in Spanish by students of our high school and to promote continuity of study in the Hispanic culture as well as service in the community.


 
Service Organizations

 Club Name Sponsor Room # Email Address Meetings
Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA) Mrs. Teman 4-223 jamie.teman@palmbeachschools.org Wednesday
3:00 PM
4-223
   FEA is a club that volunteers at Royal Palm Beach Elementary School on all LTM days to help the teachers and staff in their community. We also do 2 projects with the Royal Palm Beach Elementary School and Acreage Pines Elementary School by bring the Kindergarten classes to the pumpkin patch and Christmas tree tent. We have a yearly dues fee of $20 and that includes supplies and a t-shirt for the year.
Interact Club Mr. Dicurcio   daniel.dicurcio@palmbeachschools.org  
 
Key Club Ms. Stanton 4-115 janet.stanton@palmbeachschools.org Friday
3:00 PM
4-115
 
National Honor Society Mr. Don 4-209 elardo.don@palmbeachschools.org Tuesday
3:00 PM
Media Center
  The Royal Palm Beach Community High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was established as a means to promote recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of academics, character, leadership and service. Its goal is to promote and seek higher levels of learning and ethical responsibility through the exchange of ideas, talents and behavior. Members of the National Honor Society are to use their talents to help the community in the spirit of volunteerism. Members are expected to exhibit, support, and promote constructive student behavior and activities and to serve as role models for their peers.