Clubs & Activities

Academic Quiz Team

Contact/Advisor: Mr. Filipiak

Air Force JROTC

Description: Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
Advisors: Lt. Col. Baca & CMSgt. Townsend
How to Join: Enroll in JROTC courses

Art Club

Description: Within this club you will be able to create freely and however you want. The only limitation is your mind!
Grade Levels: 9-12
Advisors: Mrs. Heather Burns & Mrs. Kerry Massie
How to Join: Meetings 2:45-4 p.m. on Mondays in Room 206 or Wednesdays in Room 403.
Email the advisors for the Google Classroom for Art Club.

Best Buddies

Description: Best Buddies is a club that promotes inclusive friendships between students with and without disabilities. The students meet monthly and participate in activities together.
Grade levels: 9-12
AdvisorMs. Katie Evin & Ms. Erin McCreery
How to Join: Contact Ms. Evin or Ms. McCreery for more information


Contact: Mr. Dan May


Advisor: Ms. Manion

Car Club

Grade levels: 9-12
Advisor: Mrs. Hannah Schneider

Class Advisors

Class Crew

Description: A club to promote school spirit and inclusion
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor: Mrs. Passerrello
How to Join: Go to MHSCLASSCREW on Twitter and fill out an interest survey.

Drama Club

Description: Dedicated to all students interested in the theatrical performing arts, MHS Drama Club supports students interested in non-musical and musical theatre as well as production/technical aspects including stage management, choreography, directing, set design, costuming, props, lighting, sound, and makeup/hair design. The members of the club are encouraged to support all productions throughout the school year. Through the accumulation of points earned by production participation, students may be eligible to be inducted into the club’s ITS Thespian Troupe, Troupe 1674. 
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  TBD
How to Join: Join our Google Classroom (code: xh35z3e) to receive all information on how to get involved! You can also follow us on Twitter (@MidviewHSDrama) and Instagram (@midviewdrama). 
Additional Information: We generally produce a fall play, winter one-act(s), and spring musical as well as participate in Playhouse Square’s Dazzle Awards. Students can earn points by participating in all drama activities and must earn 10 points to be inducted as a Thespian. Once inducted, there are additional honors that Thespians can achieve.

FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America

Description: FBLA is a Career and Technical Education Student Organization. This club helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development, and educational meetings/programs.
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  Jessica Ruth
How to Join: Please contact Ms. Ruth via email or in Room 211 to be added to the FBLA Google Classroom page where all of our meetings and events are coordinated.
Additional Information:

Hall of Honor

Hats for Humanity

Description: Students come together once a week to create hats and scarves for people in need. No prior experience necessary. We will teach you how to knit, crochet, or loom.
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  Courtney Miller
How to Join: Please contact Mrs Miller via email to be added to the Hats for Humanity Google Classroom page where all of our meetings and events are coordinated.

International Club - World Languages

Description: International Club is an opportunity for students to explore and discuss other cultures. At each meeting, we discuss different cultural topics including holiday celebrations in other countries. Students do not need to be taking Spanish or French to be a part of this club and all students are welcome. Please come open-minded.
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  Profe Schneider 
How to Join: You may attend any meeting in order to participate.

Key Club

Contact/Advisor: Mrs. Crum
Grade levels: 9-12
Description: Our Motto is "Caring: Our way of life".Our mission, as an international student led organization, is to provide opportunities to serve, build character and develop leadership skills. We are caring servant leaders who aim at transforming our school and community. We give primacy to human and spiritual values over material values of life.Key Club's core values are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness. We organize many events throughout the year including, Trunk or Treat and Sweet Senior Send Off . Key Club is a great way to get in those service hours which you need for scholarship opportunities and college admissions. 
How to Join: Contact Mrs. Crum

Link Crew


Description: Our club was created to have round table discussions about diversity at Midview High School. These conversations will include Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Economic Status, Disability, Sex, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Political Views. In order to grow and become a community of one that promotes love and understanding of differences, we must be willing to share our personal experiences and hear and learn from others.
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  Mr. Young & Mr. Capacetti
How to Join: Email Mr. Young or Mr. Capacetti


Advisor: Mrs. C Lundgard

Midview FCA

Description: We are a non-denominational group that gets together once or so a month. We meet once a month at the Grafton McDonalds and hold other events like bowling and a 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  Mr. J Difranco
How to Join: Join our Google Classroom with class code kzo7uod or email Mr. DiFranco
Additional Information: Anyone is more than welcome to be a part of FCA. You don't have to officially join or belong. You can attend anything that interests you.

Midview Marching Blue

Description: All High School bands 
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor: Ms. Colleen Crayton
How to Join: Must be enrolled in band courses

National Honor Society

Description:  NHS membership is the true mark of academic achievement, it goes far beyond a report card. All student members must also reflect the program’s respective pillars to be inducted—ideals such as scholarship, service, leadership, and character—and they must continue demonstrating these pillars within their community throughout their membership. As a member, NHS helps students not only in their academic endeavors, but also promotes the lasting impact on them as active citizens with long-term goals.
Grade levels: 11th, 12th 
Contact/Advisor: Mrs. Guildoo
How to Join: Students may NOT request membership or join as they would for other clubs/organizations. Instead, during either the second semester of JUNIOR year and/or the Fall semester of SENIOR year, students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.5 are invited to apply. The application process involves a documented/evidenced support of the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, character, service, and leadership.
Additional Information:The application packet/invite is individually sent to qualifying students based on the cumulative GPA of 3.5 in either February (for juniors and seniors) or in October/November for seniors during their senior year. The overall service and leadership rating will be determined from sponsorship forms submitted by the student to qualifying sponsors void of teachers/employers. If invited to apply, students need a total of FIVE DIFFERENT SPONSORS (THREE SERVICE SPONSORS and TWO LEADERSHIP SPONSORS…*NOTE: a sponsor may NOT be duplicated for Service and Leadership). Sponsors will rate the student's efforts, integrity, character, responsibility, dependability, etc. for the organization/event which they are sponsoring. Ratings are scored using a 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and 0 (a score of 5 from a sponsor would define your contribution as ABSOLUTELY perfect and without any error). The AVERAGE of each category (service and leadership) will be used in determining further eligibility. Scores are confidential. Students are encouraged to choose sponsors that can speak to the above categories for participation activities during high school (anything prior to high school is ineligible). Character is determined by high school faculty, administrators, and school counselors. The NHS Faculty Council makes the final determination of membership approval using the above criterion.


Quiz Bowl Club

Student Council

Description: We plan Homecoming, Spirit Weeks, Pep Rallies as well as various acts of service for both the district and the community.
Grade levels: 9-12
Contact/Advisor:  Mrs. Fisher
How to Join: Applications at the end of the school year


Advisor: TBD