Clubs and Organizations

Club or Organization

 
 

Description:

 

Art Club

 

Ms. Shaw, Advisor

 


Art Club is a club designed to integrate the arts. The focus is to provide activities that involve the visual and performing arts, such as attending plays, concerts, and museums outside of Ticonderoga. Fund-raising events also become activities such as Friday Night Art (open studio) and dances. The money raised is used to supplement the trips as well as used for the Permanent Art Collection.

 

 

Drama Club

 

Mr. Lang, Director

 


Drama Club is open to anyone in the high school. The Club puts on one play a year. Anyone can try out for a part in the play. There are also roles back stage that need to be filled. The cast is subject to change only if they do not make every effort to attend rehearsals and/or fail to memorize lines. Understudies are encouraged to attend practice whenever they can and plan to serve as prompters during the actual performance.

 

 

Foreign Language Club

Ms. Lenhart, Advisor

 

 

Being a member of Foreign Language club offers involvement in fundraising, exploration of other culture and social activities. Some of the club's past events included a Mardi Gras dance, trips to Montreal visiting various sites of interest, Foreign Language week. All students enrolled in French and Spanish are welcomed and encouraged to join. Office positions  are open to students that have been active in Foreign Language club for at least one year.

 

 

Key Club

Ms. Smith, Advisor

 

 

Key Club is a service organization dedicated to improving the school and community. The club throughout the year raises funds to support charities and undertakes service projects. The club is open to any high school students in all grades. Key Club is sponsored by the Ticonderoga Kiwanis Club and is part of a state, nation-wide, and international network of Key Clubs. The Ticonderoga Key Club was established in 1972. This club is a great addition to any college application.

 

 


National Honor Society

Ms. Iturrino, Advisor

 

Selection for the Black Watch Chapter of the National Honor Society is an honor given annually to students who demonstrate the scholastic, service, leadership and character requirements of the chapter. The complete process by which Ticonderoga High School selects its new members is available in the high school office.


To be eligible for consideration, a student must


· achieve a cumulative average which equals or exceeds 88.00. 
· be a full time student


All eligible students will then be asked to submit a STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET and short essay in order to give the FACULTY COUNCIL information on service, leadership, and character for their use in the selection process.


The Principal will convene a FACULTY COUNCIL to select students for the honor of induction into the Black Watch Chapter of National Honor Society. The Faculty Council will evaluate the characteristics of service, leadership and character and by majority vote will determine selection. Interviews with candidates may be required in the selection process.


The Principal and Advisor will announce new candidates and induct them as part of the spring Academic Awards Night at Ticonderoga High School.

 

 

Quiz Bowl

Ms. Bagneschi, Advisor

 

Ticonderoga High School's Academic Bowl Team, a group of students from grades 9 through 12, compete monthly in the Post Star Academic Bowl held at Queensbury High School and Adirondack Community College. Ticonderoga's students compete in teams of four players through three rounds of play in each match answering questions on current events, geography, art, literature, music, science, mathematics and history. The Post Star competition includes schools from the Albany, Saratoga, and North Country area. The top two schools at the end of the year long competition attend the National Academic Bowl Competition in May.

Student Voice

Ms. Taylor, Advisor

 

 


Student Council is the student government in the high school. Representatives and officers are elected into student council by their peers in the fall of each year. Anyone with an interest in leadership of the school and has ideas about how the school can be improved, is encouraged to join.

 

Yearbook

Ms. Bagneshi, Advisor

 

 

Yearbook is an extra-curricular activity. All students in grades 9-12 interested on working on the yearbook are encouraged to join. Yearbooks go on sale in late October/early November. Students should listen to the announcements and check Ti T.V. for dates and prices.

Outing Club

Mr. Shaw, Advisor

 

The Outing Club is a club for people who like the outdoors. In the outing club kids get to go rafting, snow shoeing, skiing, climbing, hiking, etc…. It’s fun for the people who enjoy outside activities. The Outing Club is a club full of adventures in the great outdoors.