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Mayde Creek High School

​​​​​​​Mayde Creek High School

Student Organizations, Clubs & Activities

Academic Decathlon and Academic Octathalon

Decathlon is a multi-discipline academic competition for all grade levels and all ability levels. 

Sponsor: Kayla Roca 

Requirements: none 

Fees: $30 

Meetings: Thursdays in room 2106 



Band / Color Guard

The MCHS Band / Color Guard has 200 members. They travel to all varsity football games, compete in UIL competitions, and take a band spring trip. 

 Sponsors: James Dolnik, Molly Casillas, and Maria Singer

Fees: Band $185

Directors: James Dolnik, Mark Keene & Molly Casillas 

Requirements: Auditions required for special performing groups. 

Fees: $190 

Meetings: Daily in class and after school for rehearsals. 


Chess Club

This is a student run Chess Club providing fellowship and tactical game play.

Sponsors: Daniel Rodriguez

Requirements: None

Fees: See sponsor

Meetings: After school on Fridays


The MCHS Choir program is comprised of 7 ensembles of all levels. We travel on a spring trip each year and attend several competitions. 

Sponsors: Ruben Alcala and Jessica Shine 

Requirements: Auditions are required for upper level ensembles, but the program is open to everyone. No experience necessary! 

Fees: $80 

Meetings: TBA 


Computer Science Club

We meet once a week and participate in competitions around the district and in the Houston area. We also host a contest here at Mayde Creek High School, host hour of code tutorials, and Trunk or Treat for Halloween.

Sponsors: Ronald Beck

Requirements: See sponsor

Fees: $25 (includes t-shirt)

Meetings: Thursdays 2:45 - 3:25 PM


Diversity Alliance

This group is responsible for maintaining a positive school climate in which diversity is welcomed. The Diversity Alliance has been the driving force to assist in earning the “No Place for Hate” designation for six continuous years in Katy ISD.

Sponsor: Charvela Fearon 

Requirements: none 

Fees: none 

Meetings: TBA 




Future Business Leaders of America helps students learn the business of business through relationships, leadership and career development projects. Monthly meetings and simulated competitions can earn students scholarships. We also hold the annual Dodge Ball tournament, which encourages Good Sportsmanship within the Mayde Creek community.

Sponsors: Stacy Hammond and Dagny Rosas

Requirements: None

Fees: $30 annual dues

FCCLA - Family Career & Community Leaders of America

Family Career & Community Leaders of America (regional, state, and national competitions) focuses on local community service, fundraising, and helping youths with skills needed for life. 

Sponsors: Courtney Sager and Jordan Johnson 

Requirements: must have taken or currently taking a FCS class such as Principles of Human Services, Interior Design, Principles of Education, Fashion Design, Nutrition, etc.. 

Fees: $40 

Meetings: the last Wednesday of every month in 1215 



French Club

This club meets for encouraging and promoting Francophone culture. 

Sponsor: Jineth Way 

Requirements: Come to room S205 and enroll. You don't need to be in French class to be part of the club. Join us! 

Fees: $2 

Meetings: last Wednesday of the every month after school in room S205


French National Honor Society

This is an organization celebrating academic achievement and service in the French language. 

Sponsor: David Sullivan 

Requirements: See Mr. Sullivan for info. 

Fees: TBA 

Meetings: TBA



Men's and Women's Golf is a good way to be part of a team and play for Mayde Creek High School. Since we are limited to the amount of quality practice that can be conducted on the grounds here at MCHS, improving your game does require a commitment for transportation to get to and from practice (driving range or golf course) on certain days.

Sponsor: Stephen Reichardt 

Requirements: completed physical 

Fees:$50 user fee 

Meetings: Class meets in S106 during 7th period; after school practice schedule varies


Health Occupation Students of America is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the deliver of quality health care to all people.

Sponsors: Janet Crawford

Requirements: Students must be in either Medical Terminology, Principles of Health Science or Theory.

Fees: $30 

Meetings: TBA 



Key Club International

The Key Club is an international community service organization led by high school students. Members can earn service awards and a white cord to wear on graduation, and participation looks great on a résumé. 

Sponsor: Delila Higgins and C. Mackey 

Requirements: must complete 10 service hours per semester. 

Fees: $30 (includes T-shirt) or $25 (without shirt). Dues include international and district dues. 

Meetings: meets after school on the second Wednesdays of the month 




The Martinettes are a high level dance team that holds strong to the traditions and values of our school. We work hard to promote school spirit in addition to performing at many events and functions throughout the entire school year. 

Sponsor: Heather Lovine and Jenny O'Connell 

Requirements: Anyone in grades 9-11 may audition for the following year's team. It is highly encouraged to be enrolled in dance at MCHS in order to feel successful at auditions. 

Fees: Fees are required but fundraising opportunities are available. 

Meetings: Martinettes practice every morning from 6:15 am through first period. 

Links:;; Instagram @mchs_martinettes 


National Art Honor Society

This is an art based service organization that seeks to utilize visual arts to build strong community ties.

Sponsors: Daniel Rodriguez

Requirements: Members must maintain 10 hours of NAHS community service per semester.

Fees: $25

Meetings: Varies between 1 and 4 meetings a month depending on the time of year.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a national organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. 

Sponsors: Lauren Heath and Ellen Roberts 

Requirements: open to students during their junior and/or senior years. Applications are available during the spring and will be screened by a committee prior to acceptance. Induction ceremony will take place in April. Must have a 3.75 GPA to apply and will require a minimum 30 hours of community service each school year they are a member. 

Fees: $25 fee 

Meetings: TBA 

Links: Twitter handle: @maydecreeknhs 

National Technical Honor Society

NTHS is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. Members must be a current member of any of the following clubs: FFA, FFCLA, FBLA, or HOSA

Sponsors: Caron Blake, Janet Crawford, Stacy Hammond, and Courtney Sager 

Requirements: Juniors and Seniors may apply. Applicants are screened by committee, must maintain a 3.25 GPA, must be currently enrolled in a CTE course. Community service is required.

Fees: See sponsors for information

Meetings: TBA 


Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC)

Sponsors: CDR E. Mikel, USN (Ret) and Master Chief G. Provancha, USN (Ret) 

Requirements: See ROTC staff for information. 

Fees: $20 for the purchase of physical training (PT) apparel

Meetings: Every day in class plus after school and some weekends for teams (Drill/Rifle/Academic/PT) 

Links: and



There are four Orchestras at Mayde Creek: Philharmonic - SNVB, Lyrica - SNVA, Sinfonietta - NV, and Sinfonia - Varsity. Symphony is the full orchestra which is composed of Varsity Orchestra and Band members. All Orchestras perform in concerts. All Orchestra members have the opportunity to participate in spring trip, social events, Solo & Ensemble, and Concert & Sight-reading. 

Sponsor: Michael Chandler 

Requirements: prior experience on an Orchestra instrument 

Fees: $100 Activity fee 

Meetings: Daily in class and after school rehearsals 



Photography Club

If you LOVE to take pictures or want to learn more about photography, then Photography Club is for you! We host the annual community Trunk or Treat, have monthly meetings and are involved in most school events. We participate in photography contests and we take one field trip in the Spring. 

Sponsors: Caron Blake and Brian Andrews 

Requirements: You do not need to be enrolled in a photography class to join but monthly meeting attendance is required. 

Fees: $25 (covers club t-shirt and activities) 

Meetings: TBA 

Links: @MCHS_photoclub; REMIND code: Text the message @g428f6 to 81010 to stay updated on upcoming events and meetings for the 2019-2020 year


PALs is a mentor program where MCHS students travel to surrounding elementary and junior high schools to mentor kids 1 on 1.

Sponsors: Mabry Allen

Requirements: Students must apply, interview, and give out teacher recommendation forms their sophomore and junior year.

Fees: Varies (depends on how much our shirt costs) 

Meetings: PALs is a year long class that you will have during your regular scheduled day.


The Robotics club focuses on task oriented problem solving through use of engineering and robotics 

Sponsors: David Sullivan and Eric Cano 

Requirements: none 

Fees: TBA 

Meetings: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday


Speech & Debate Team

MCHS's Chapter of the National Speech & Debate Association is a nationally recognized competitive speech and debate team which competes against other schools in a variety of debate, public speaking, and acting events. It is a lot of fun and a great way to prepare for college. 

Sponsor: Consuela Andrew 

Requirements: Taking the Debate class is highly recommended, but not required. 

Fees: $150 

Meetings: Wednesdays after school in room 1206 



Student Council 

The purpose of the council is to create and participate in community service for the school and community; promote harmony among the student body and the various inter-school organizations; to establish a better relationship between this school and all others of its kind; and to raise the standards and ideals of the students themselves.

Sponsors: Patty Wangler and Donna Brslik-Lumicao 

Requirements: Students may join two times per year: In the spring of the prior school year and for a brief time in the fall of the current school year. 

Fees: $25 dues 

Meetings: meetings weekly or twice a month. 

Links: Twitter - @RamStuCo 


Science National Honor Society

Science National Honor Society is an honor society for students enrolled in AP Science class 

Sponsors: Virginia Bening and Michael McCauley, 

Requirements: Student must apply and meet the standards and pass a selection committee 

Fees: $20 

Meetings: At least once per six weeks


Spanish Club

Learn about Spanish speaking countries and meet new people from different countries. You don't have to be enrolled in Spanish to join. Applications are available in Room 1409. 

Sponsor: Sra. Segovia 

Requirements: none 

Fees: $25 per year (includes t-shirt)

Meetings: Usually once a month on Thursdays 2:45-3:15 p.m. 

Links: Twitter @mchsspanclub

Spanish National Honor Society

Spanish National Honor Society is a highly recognized organization that promotes continuously the learning of Spanish, encourages leadership and constantly looks for opportunities to work for the community. 

Sponsor: Norma Ledesma 

Requirements: Future members need to fill out an application, studied 3 semesters of Spanish, and must maintain a 3.5 GPA. 30 hours of community service are required (15 hours must be with the Spanish NHS). A special induction ceremony for new members occurs in April. 

Fees: $20 for new members and $15 for returning members 

Meetings: 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month after school. 

Links: Twitter @MaydeCreekSNHS

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