Creek Clubs 2022-2023

To participate in a club, listen to the announcements about upcoming meetings or visit the club sponsor's room during office hours to find out when the next meeting will be. Then just go! Most clubs are open to new members all year and they host meetings during office hours and lunch.  

ACADEMIC TEAM - Mr. Wolfson- Room C11

The Academic Team is an academic organization that competes with other high schools of the Volusia Academic Conference. Requirements for membership are a 3.0 grade point average and regular attendance at practice meetings.

AFRICAN AMERICAN AWARENESS CLUBMrs. W. Jones & Ms. E. Jones- Room O20

African American Awareness is open to anyone interested in celebrating this heritage, learning more about current events and issues, and exploring new opportunities.

ART 2-D  – Mr. Moskola- Room L33

The ART 2-D club encourages students to pursue and explore their interests in Art, whether or not they are currently enrolled in an art class.                

ASIAN ASSOCIATIONMrs. Meadows and Mrs. Keith- Guidance Office

Members are committed to spreading awareness about conditions in Asian third-world countries and help raise funds for these countries.

CREEK AGAINST CANCER- Mr. Brinkerhoff- Room C20

Designed to bring students and the community together to raise awareness and provide support for families battling with all types of cancer. The connection for Spruce Creek and cancer awareness foundations such as Relay for Life, Breast Cancer Awareness, Cannon Balls for Kayne.

CSALT Mr. Zablo- Activities Office Room E29

“Creek Student Ambassadors and Leadership Team” is comprised of upperclassmen (10th through 12th grade) who serve as hosts for new and incoming students during orientation and throughout the year. Members also represent the school for Alumni events, Community programs and off campus activities to promote Spruce Creek in a positive manner and serve the surrounding areas.                                                               

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES (FCA)- Mr. Belle Isle- Room O-22

The mission of our club is to impact our teams our sports and our community in a positive way. Members strive to serve as role models through sportsmanship and moral conduct.  FCA is nationally recognized in High schools and Colleges.                                                                                   

FRENCH CLUBMr. Massy- Room F2

The French Club is an interest club composed of a group of students interested in the French language and culture and who want to enrich their lives at school by participating with others in school activities.

GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (GSA) – Mrs. Budde- Room B11

GSA provides a supportive environment where students can come together and discuss their views and opinions, and work together to promote ideals of acceptance, cooperation and understanding             

GERMAN CLUBMs. Strauts- Room F3

This club is based on student’s interest in the German language and culture.  Members involved in the many activities sponsored by the German Club, will gain increasing knowledge of the German culture.  This club also involves and encourages everyone to participate in school activities.

INTERACT CLUBMs. Dougal- Room B18

Interact is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Interact is part of the Rotary International family.           

KEY CLUBMr. Griffith- Room C9

Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.

MOCK TRIAL- Mr. Ward Room P-23

In mock trial, a team participates in a fake trial against a team from a different school. Our members will argue as the attorneys for either the Prosecution/Plaintiff or Defense, as well as acting as the witnesses in the case.

MODEL UNITED NATIONS CLUBMs. Wilson- Room O-16

The Model UN Club is an, educational and enlightening program that allows students to learn about the world in a way that is both exciting and engaging. Not only does Model UN participate in club activities, we also attend community events. Our conferences involve members of clubs at various schools debating issues as different countries every time.  

MU ALPHA THETA (MATH HONOR SOCIETY) –Mrs. Deamer- Room G-3

Mu Alpha Theta is a math club meant to recognize and honor students who excel in mathematics.  Membership is by invitation based on a 3.5 math GPA as well as a 3.0 overall GPA.  Students, if they choose, may compete in interscholastic math activities and competitions.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY (NHS) Mr. Rohol- Room C-14

NHS is an academic club dedicated to community service and is comprised of Juniors and Seniors who excel in scholarship, leadership, service and character.  Membership is “by invitation” only, based on guidelines established by the national organization.

PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-Mr. Graham- Room P-30

Membership is open to all Creek students who are taking or have taken a Psychology or Sociology class successfully with a 2.0 GPA or better. The purpose of this club is it to enhance knowledge and understanding of psychology and to explore the many different areas of psychology.

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD- Dr. Stoute- Room D1

Promote STEM education, develop problem solving skills and have fun in the process.

SEA Club- STUDENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESSMr. Platt O-40

This is open to students with an interest in protecting the environment. We participate in various service projects and compete in the Envirothon. 

SOUTH ASIAN CLUB- Mrs. Michelle Leathead- Room C7

Promote understanding of Middle Eastern and South Asian culture. Students are involved with worldwide concerns and betterment for women and children, while teaching fellow members about traditional South Asian lifestyle. 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SGA- Ms. Bundza & Ms. Batten D4

The SGA is the recognized representative organization of the student body.  It is composed of the Executive Board and the Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class Boards.  The SGA is responsible for planning and carrying out Homecoming Activities such as the dance, field night, carnival and the halftime crowning of the King and Queen as well as the class and SGA elections, blood drives, and teacher breakfasts.  They are also involved in Open House and the 8th grade orientation.  It is the desire and responsibility of the SGA to allow students the opportunity to shape and be involved in decisions that impact the entire study body. Each class also has a club that supports SGA iniatives. Students participate in both their class board and the SGA overall organization. 

Class of 2023- Mrs. Morris B10

Class of 2024- Ms. Alexander M17

Class of 2025- Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Jackson P21

Class of 2026- Ms. Garrett G2 or G4 

STUDENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS (SEA)- Mr. Platt- Room O-40

“Students for Environmental Awareness” is an interest club active in promoting awareness of our environment and wildlife conservation. Along with service activities at SCHS and in the community, this group also studies the needs to make our world a better, healthier place for all.          

THEATRE CLUB - Mrs. Cicciarelli- Auditorium

This is an interest club for students interested in any aspect of the theatre: acting, design, construction, etc.  Students are involved in the production of three to four plays per season, and may be involved in field trips to district and state festivals and plays, awards ceremonies, etc.  Outstanding involvement leads to induction into the International Thespian Society.                                       

YOUNG DEMOCRATS – Mr. Wolfson- Room C11

The purpose of this club is to develop an appreciation of political empowerment in Spruce Creek High School students.

YOUNG REPUBLICANS – Mr. Beatty and Mrs. Keith- O-10

The purpose of this club is to develop an appreciation of political empowerment in Spruce Creek High School students by promoting activism and involvement in governmental issues and affairs on a local, state and national level.