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Extra Curricular Clubs

Art Club

Art Club is a community-service based student art organization. In recent years, members of the Art Club have been involved in creating holiday cards for the Golisano Children’s Hospital, making card designs for Hope For Bereaved, various school beautification projects, and set design for the spring and fall Drama productions.  The club is open to students in all grades, whether or not they are currently enrolled in an art class.

Advisor:  Mrs. Passetti

Character Ed Club

Character Ed Club is open to all students in grades 7-12. The members of the club participate in community service activities and fundraisers, team building, and leadership building.  Club members also raise funds to make donations to area foundations.

Advisor:  Mrs. James and Mrs. Dunham

Drama Club

The Drama program is open to students in 7th-12th grades. They perform two plays during the year each fall and spring. The spring production is often a musical. Students may become involved in acting/singing roles, or in the set/stage crew, or in the pit band. Rehearsals are generally in the evening and one all day rehearsal before opening night. Drama Club members also travel to New York City (and elsewhere) to see plays and musicals, when voted upon, and when funds are available.

Advisor:  Mrs. Cormier

Envirothon Team 

The Envirothon Team is a club that meets periodically throughout the year to discuss topics dealing with Wildlife, Forestry, Soils, Aquatics and Current Environmental Issues. The team competes in an all day competition against other schools in the spring. The club is recommended for students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in science and the environment.

Advisor:  Mr. Mauro


German Club

The German Club’s main purpose is to teach students about Germany through language and culture. German Club sponsors activities in the classroom as well as field trips. Some fundraising is involved. 

Advisor:   Mr. Solan

Key Club

Key Club International is the high school organization grades (9-12) sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.

Advisor:  Mrs. James

Music Club 

Music Club is open to any student in 7-12 Band or Chorus. Funds are raised to help the music department purchase equipment, awards, presentations, and various other items, and sponsor activities throughout the school year.  

Advisor:  Ms. Lenkiewicz

National Honor Society & Junior Honor Society

The Onondaga Central School District Chapters of National Honor Society (NHS) and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) were established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor, NHS & NJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character. Students who demonstrate scholarship with a 12 consecutive marking period (2 years) overall GPA of 92% or higher are invited as candidates to join NHS & NJHS.


Advisor:  Mrs. Bort and Mrs. Brown

Newspaper Club

The Newspaper Club is open to all students, grades 7 through 12. Student editors set goals to create a magazine-type publication several times a year which encourages all styles of writing and artwork.  All writers are welcome and encouraged to join.

Advisor: Mrs. Cummings

Robotics Club

The Robotics Club is a great place for students to share their enthusiasm about robotics. Students work with hardware, software and others that are interested in the exciting world of robotics.


Advisor: TBD

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club’s main purpose is to teach students about Spain and other Hispanic countries, through language and culture. Spanish Club sponsors activities in the classroom as well as field trips. Some fundraising is involved. 

Advisor: Mrs. Solan

Student Council

The student council is an organization that facilitates student involvement in programs and activities as directed by building and district administration. Members assist in homecoming and spirit week preparations, assist other classes/clubs with their charitable fundraisers, hold a blood drive, assist in organizing pep rallies and Tiger Day.

Advisor: Mrs. Delgado and Mrs. Bort

Varsity Club

Varsity Club consists of all seniors who have earned a Varsity Letter in any interscholastic sport offered by the NYSPHSAA. The goal of the club is to provide opportunities/experiences for Senior Class Athletes to engage in the collaborative decision-making process with regard to Building Facilities, Safe and Secure Environment, and Character Education. There is no fundraising associated with this club (it is funded by other sources).

Advisor: Mr. Louis


The yearbook staff works on the design and layout of the Onondagan. Students participate as editors, writers, photographers, and computer layout assistants.

Advisor: Mrs. Smith

Class Clubs & Officers ( Grades 7-12 )

Student elections are held each year for the positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary for each class and club, grades 7-12. All students in every grade level are encouraged to participate in class and club activities.
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Rob Price, Superintendent of Schools
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