Clubs and Activities

Freshmen Class (Mrs.Becker – Room 2408 and Mrs. Lindsay – Library)
Once a month on a Thursday during Hawk/Flight Time (Check the ITHSA Library Page for schedule).

Sophomore Class (Mrs. Timmer – Room 8310 and Mrs. Lakshmi – Room 2203)

Junior Class (Mr. Lawler – Room 2415)

Senior Class (Wright – Room 1310)
Seniors who are interested in helping plan fundraisers and activities for senior class. Including, but not limited to, Homecoming and Senior Banquet.
Every other Tuesday during Flight Time.

Battle of the Books (Ms. Lindsay – Library)
Wednesdays during Hawk/Flight Time in the library.

Dungeons and Dragons (Mrs. Lindsay – Library)
Dungeons and Dragons is a thrilling fantasy tabletop role-playing game where players create their own characters and explore imaginary settings. The dungeon master (storyteller) creates the magical world and events for the players to interact with. The player’s choices affect the story, as they travel through mystical realms and encounter battles to overcome. This club is open to all, and encourages creativity and teamwork between players.
Wednesdays in the Library 3-4 PM (except when we have staff meetings).

Library Book Club (Ms. Lindsay – Library)
Once a quarter on a Thursday during Hawk/Flight Time. (Check ITHSA Library Page for scheduled dates).

Animation Club (Ms. Lindsay – Library)
Tuesdays during Hawk/Flight Time in the library.

Skills USA (Mr. Stapleman – Room 1605)
Students who are in CTE classes that want to go on to compete in technology related contests.

Welding Club (Mr. Adams – Room 1602)
Enhance the engineering, fabrication and welding skills of students.

Model UN (Ms. Day – Room 1308)
Model United Nations (MUN) is a student simulation of the proceedings of the United Nations. Students research the background of their country, their country’s position on the topics at hand, and prepare positions papers to compete against other high school students.

HOSA (Mr. Rudin – Room 1100 and Mrs. Sucevich – Room 1510)
Future student healthcare professionals. Students compete at regional, state and international levels. The competitions are knowledge, skill based and team events.
Thursday during flight and Friday after school.

Battle of the Books (Ms. Lindsay – Room 2504)
Battle of the Books is a competitive reading club. Each team member masters at least five books and we compete by answering questions as a team about 20 books in a state battle in February. We meet on Fridays from 2-3 PM to eat snacks and talk about the books. We have a district event in January where we meet at Bradford and do book themed activities and compete against other KUSD high school teams.
Tuesdays and Thursdays during Flight Time.

Latinos in Action (Ms. Simmons – Room 1216)
Latinos in Action is a club that explores and celebrates Latino culture. It is open to all students. We look for service projects in our latino community and encourage and emphasize leadership among our members.
1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month. The first meeting is October 7th, 2021.

Minorites Empowerment (Ms. Johnson, Mr. Metzler – Room 115)
Club is open to all Indian Trail students. Meetings will discuss topics relating to empowerment and current events.
The third Thursday of every month After school in Room 2303.

Student Council (Mrs. Kessler – Room 2500, Mr. Choi – Room 1825, and Mr. Lawler – Room 2415)
Student Council is in charge of planning Homecoming, the Winter Dance, Pennies for Patients, Santa’s Workshop and many other service projects.
Tuesdays during Flight Time.

National Honor Society
(Mr. Choi – Room 1825, Mrs. Kessler – Room 2500, and Ms. Ehlert – Room 2313)
National Honor Society represents outstanding high school students who seek to represent NHS and Indian Trail in the areas of excellence, scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The club is by invitation only, and is comprised of select Juniors and Seniors.
NHS Website

Key Club (TBD)
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club has approximately 250,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 30 countries.
Key Club Website

Link Crew (Mrs. Brennan – Room 1417, Mrs. Wamboldt – Room 2208 and Mr. Nachtigal – Room 2302)
Link Crew Leaders are juniors and seniors who are positive role models who make the middle-to-high-school transition successful for freshmen students at ITHSA. They help with this transition by leading academic and social activities throughout the year.

Environmental Club (Mrs. Hill – Room 1202)
The goal of environmental club is to bring a positive and enriching environment for students to gain awareness and knowledge about environmental issues we face as a society today. Additionally, giving students a chance to gain service hours with many service projects and an opportunity to meet graduation requirements. Students will feel as though they are making a difference and an impact on our community through participation in volunteering and service projects. Students will make connections with each other and have a positive community of peers that they will interact with and share the common goal of bettering our environment.

Ski/Snowboarding Club/Snow Hawks (Mr. Metzler, Ms. Swenby, Ms. Wiess – Room 2322)
Ski club is open to all students who would like to go skiing after school and meet others who have similar interests

Gay and Straight Alliance (Ms. Apgar – Room 1204)
Gay-Straight Alliances, or GSAs, are student-led and student-organized school clubs that aim to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment for all youth, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Thursdays during Flight Time.

FCCLA (Ms. Sucevich – Room 1500)
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private school through grade 12.
Thursday during flight and Friday after school.

DECA (Ms. Belke, Ms. Lehman – Room 1009)
DECA is a student- run business- based international organization that intertwines competition, service, and application of real-life skills. We compete in three levels of competition (Districts, State, and Internationals.) We travel to places such as Nashville, Atlanta, Anaheim, and Orlando! We also participate in many service projects that not only help our community, but bring us closer to our chapter!
Mondays from 3:00-3:25 (maybe later during competition season).

Thespian Troop (Mr. Bob Allen – Room 1810)
International Honors Society for Theatre Students.

Hawkettes (Ms. Ebner – Room 2203)
Hawkettes is the Indian Trail dance team. Students must audition to be on our team. The Hawkettes meet in the Study Hall Room 1101 on Tuesdays and Thursday at 3:15pm – 5:15pm. We are a family-oriented group, and anyone who is interested in positivity, school spirit, camaraderie, and dancing is encouraged to try out! We perform at select home football and basketball games, pep rallies, and participate in the Homecoming parade yearly. Dance experience is not required. If you are able to choreograph group dances, this is a plus! Students of any gender or with any disability are encouraged to try out!

Cribbage Club (Ms. Repta – Room 1117)
Designed to offer a place for students to learn the game, if they don’t know how to play or practice their math skills playing this game if they already do know how to play.

3D Print Club (Ms. Lindsay – Library)
2-3 Thursdays during Hawk/Flight Time in the Library. (Check ITHSA Library Page for Schedule).