Jr./Sr. High School Clubs

The goal of extracurricular clubs and programs is to transform the school experience into a more meaningful and rewarding one for students. These opportunities can help students increase their confidence, learn how to be part of a team or witness how things they learn in the classroom are applied in the real world.

Art Club

Advisors: Heather McCutcheon and Leah Zorn

FCCLA

Advisor: Mrs. White

Members of the Herkimer Family, Career and Community Leaders of America work to improve themselves, their community and their school through fun activities and cooking.

Students who wish to join are invited to contact Mrs. White. Follow FCCLA on Twitter

Friends of Rachel

Advisors: Dana McGraw and Kerry Reppel

Friends of Rachel aims to positively influence the atmosphere of middle school, and to address bullying. For more information, contact Mrs. Reppel.

Language Club

Advisor: Caitlin Hernandez

The mission of Language Club is to experience world cultures and promote language learning. Students who are interested in joining Language Club can come to a meeting to get involved, or contact Ms. Hernandez for more information.

Lego League

Advisors: Ryan Nicklaw and Sylvia Lowell

Middle School Student Council

Advisor: Brooke Jones

Middle School Yearbook

Advisor: Dana McGraw

Model United Nations Club

Advisor: Mr. Sheldon

The Model United Nations Club creates a research team of students with the goal of replicating a United Nations diplomatic mission that attends annual Model United Nations events.  The team will participate as a specific nation (the nation will vary from conference to conference) and attempt to faithfully reconstruct the policies and strategies that reflect the actual national aims of the particular country.  The overall goal is to gain a greater understanding of the United Nations and its role in the global community.

Interested students should contact Mr. Sheldon in Room 101 to get further information.

Sr. National Honor Society

Advisor: Caroline Lampert

The Herkimer National Honor society works to fulfill the NHS’s qualities of character, leadership, scholarship and service by initiating service projects in our community.

Students need to achieve a 90 percent cumulative average, and show evidence of leadership and service, as well as positive faculty ratings, to become a member of NHS.

Jr. National Honor Society

Advisors: Sarah Hein and Bridgett Manley

NJHS recognizes those students who show exceptional character, scholarship, leadership, service and citizenship in their school and community.  Students are expected to complete community service throughout the year; on their own and/or as a group project.

To become a member of NJHS, students need to acquire a 90 or above average in seventh, eighth and ninth grade (for sophomore inductees). A council of teachers is also chosen to collaborate and review the criteria of character, scholarship, leadership, service and citizenship.

Pep Club

Advisor: Dana McGraw

The Pep Club strives to create a positive atmosphere at HHS, encouraging school spirit and pride. New members are welcome.

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

Advisor: Brianne Bello

SADD’s mission is to empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them throughout their daily lives.

STEM Club

Advisors: Shannon Potaczala and Ryan Nicklaw

Student Council

Advisor: Laura Scalise

2018-19 Officers

  • President: Johanna Humble
  • Vice President: Maria Humble
  • Treasurer: Lyndsey Bass
  • Secretary: Nathaniel Polus

The mission of Student Council is to provide students with activities, a voice in the school community, and school spirit. Students must attend three meetings and one event to become a voting member.

Yearbook

Advisor: Ryan Orilio