The UHS Book club meets in the library every Wednesday during lunch periods to discuss what we are reading (usually a common book choice, but not always). When possible, the book club participates in activities related to those books, including author visits and Skype sessions.
More information is available at http://www.uniotolibrary.org/library-clubs/.
French Club is open to all Unioto High School students. Students participate in language and cultural activities of the French-speaking world at monthly meetings. Games, music, food and more make for a great cultural experience!
Harry Potter Club
The Harry Potter Club meets twice a month (usually during lunch on the first and third Thursday) for trivia, movies, crafts, Quidditch, and nerdtacular fun. We make wands and potions, snack, hold scavenger hunts, and compete for house points. Check in the library for details. Anyone is welcome, but a basic knowledge of Harry Potter is suggested.
For more information, please visit http://www.uniotolibrary.org/library-clubs/#HarryPotterClub
Adviser: Mrs. Lawson
Key Club is a student centered organization focused on bringing volunteer service to our school and community. Members of this club work together to organize fundraising events for charities, encouragement cards for students, and service events in the community surrounding our school. Students voted into officer positions in Key Club have the opportunity to attend Key Club events and collaborate with Key Club members from other school districts in Ohio.
Advisers: Mrs. Jenkins & Mrs. VanBuskirk
The Prom Committee plans and coordinates a memorable, inclusive, and safe end-of-year formal dance for the students at the U. This event typically occurs on a Saturday evening in early May, but planning starts in January. Only members of the Junior class can be in this committee.
Four-student teams compete against teams from other schools in a quiz-show style. Students answer questions in several formats on all types of academic topics. All interested students, grades 9-12 are eligible without tryouts. Practices start in October, one day per week after school. Matches are held after school at home or at another county school, with a Saturday tournament in late January. Additional tournament play is possible depending on results of the county meet.
The competition is friendly and fun, not cutthroat (usually!!). All attending team members participate in matches. Have fun competing, meet kids from other schools, work together for the team and get even smarter!
Adviser: Mrs. Jenkins
The primary purpose of the Council is to prepare, organize and serve the student body during several key events throughout the year and as issues present themselves. Monthly meetings are held before or after school and with special meetings as necessary in order to carry out the planning and presentation of the events.
The key roles of the Student Council are to organize Homecoming festivities, fall and winter senior athlete/parents' nights, and community service activities; offer and provide scholarships for the student body and support for students and staff facing losses.
Adviser: Mrs. Seebohm
The Uniotoan, the Unioto High School yearbook, is an annual publication that aims to capture the athletic, social, and academic stories of the school year. Students must be enrolled in Digital Design in order to design, produce, create, and contribute to the yearbook. If you have an interest in photography, graphic design, typography, storytelling, teamwork, sales, or all of the above, this is a class you don’t want to miss!
Adviser: Mrs. Bouillion
Young Patriots Club is a service organization for students who are interested in history and making a difference. For the 2014-2015 school year, we adopted the VA hospital. We have delivered snacks for Veteran's Day, while shaking hands and thanking the patients for their service to our country. We also delivered hats and gloves during the cold winter. We take an annual field trip. In the past, we have been Behind the Scenes at Hopewell National Culture Park, Ohio Historical Society Museum and have an upcoming visit to the Freedom Center in Cincinnati. The members planned and executed activities at the elementary for History Day and are working at Ohio University this weekend at the district annual History Day.
Adviser: Mrs. Strausbaugh
Stay tuned for information about the following clubs:
||Fellowship of Christian Students
||National Art Honor Society
|National Honor Society