Student Clubs and Organizations – 2021-2022 (under construction)

Also see our Booster Club information.

Club Sponsor Description
Academy Ambassadors Gabe Reyes The McCallum Fine Arts Academy Ambassadors are senior majors who have been selected to serve as both leaders and mentors to prospective and current students in addition to designing and facilitating Academy programs and events.
Animation Club Tim Carroll Animators work on group projects as a studio.
Archery Club Learn and enjoy archery with a chance to compete as well!
Art Society (National Art Society) Jeff Seckar-Martinez The Art Society (NAHS) is an art related community service organization. We are community advocates for the visual arts and work to create opportunities for artists, public schools, and art organizations. This is a national organization sponsored by the National Art Education Association. We are the NAHS McCallum HS chapter. Everyone is welcome to attend meetings and engage in service and social opportunities. Once you have completed your yearly community service, you will be formally inducted into the organization (Spring). To maintain active member status, you must complete required art-related community service hours each year until graduation. At graduation, members will receive the NAHS distinction and honor cord. We meet every two weeks on Tuesdays. During online learning, Mr. Martinez or Ms. O’keefe will send out an all-access notice to request email addresses from interested and current active members. Then sponsors will send each person a private email with a ZOOM code for each meeting. Email us if you are interested!.
AV Club Ken Rogers Students interested in film and television.
Ballet Folkorico Dance Team Juana Gun Learn the traditional dances of Mexico! Learn about a culture that brings joy and happiness by way of music, colorful costumes and dance (costumes provided)
Battle of the Books Jain Thompson-Orr Represent McCallum in a book-smarts competition with other Austin-area high schools. Between all group members, our book club team will spend the year reading about 10 books. Let’s reclaim our trophy, y’all!
Cheese Club Diana Adamson Learn about the different kinds of cheeses in the world, and in less COVID times, taste the cheeses. (Virtual cheese tasting? Stay posted!)
Christian Community Club Stephanie Watson TBD
E4 Youth Aryn Murtha E4 Youth uses the arts and technology to help youth find and pursue pathways to successful careers in the creative economy through hands-on-training, active mentorship, and exposure to real world opportunities. For graphic design students or anyone interested in graphic design
Environmental Knights Gabe Adame TBD
Fashion Club Ken Rogers TBD
Fishing Club James Hutcheson We meet and discuss topics relating to fishing. When circumstances permit, we can meet up and catch a few.
Juggling Club Students learn to juggle and other activities related to circus tricks
Lacrosse – Boys Mike McLaughlin Non –UIL sport
Travel Club Sarah Noack
Greg Anderson
If you love to talk about traveling, love to explore, or want to take trips with us, this is the place!
Medical Health Sciences Club Nicole Sorto For all students interested in having a sneak peek into the health sciences, this club is about exploring the medical field and learning more about it! This club offers volunteer opportunities to help in local hospitals and nursing homes, as well as virtual meetings with doctors and medical students to share their experiences in the medical sciences field.
Model United Nations
Greg Anderson Model UN is a weekly club that meets Thursdays after school to discuss past and current global events. No experience is needed, just an interest in the world around us.
National Honor Society Garrison Land Students have opportunities to develop the 4 characteristics of NHS: scholarship, leadership, character and service.
Project MALE (Mentoring to Achieve Latino Educational Success) Larry Featherstone We meet on Thursdays from 10:35-11:00am. Get paired with a group of college students at UT Austin to be mentors for the school year. Meet weekly to check-in and do fun activities. Get information about college including academic, social, and emotional support to graduate.
RPG Club David Insel We play pen and paper table top role playing games that use dice.
Robotics Team Audrea Moyers The Robotics Team competes in the VEX Robotics Competition. We meet twice a week after school to design, build, program, and test robots for the VEX competition. Also see Instagram for Engineering.
Social Justice Club Zulmy Galindo
Jain Thompson-Orr
If you could change one thing about the world today, what would it be and why? This is just one of the topics the Social Justice Club will deconstruct in this safe space. We are a safe space for (all) students who want to have a voice in collectively effecting change, not only at McCallum; but in our communities and possibly the world.
Spectrum Tyler Mabry GSA/Gender ID club
Student Council Stephanie Watson
Marion Elise Baughman
McCallum Student Government Organization.
Students of Color Alliance Tonya Moore This club’s focus is to create a safe space for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) to discuss current events, social justice issues, and take on initiatives for advocacy in and around school.
Tabletop Games Club Jonathan Mills Enjoy games that don’t require an electronic controller (Board games, Role Playing, Card Games)
Ultimate Frisbee Club Matt Whipple TBD
VR (Virtual Reality) Club Ken Rogers
Andrea Rogers
Explore the incredible world of virtual reality.
Writing Center James Hutcheson Writing Center is a peer-tutoring writing lab. Become one of our Junior or Senior peer tutors who love to help their peers with writing –


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