Activities

Activities

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ART CLUBArt Club is an opportunity for artists who would like to expand their experience outside of class to create in ways that challenge and help students grow in other areas of their art skills and abilities. Art Club's focus is on sculpture and installation art which provides students the opportunity to expand their portfolios by creating three dimensional work. Students will build connections through partnerships with local businesses and art museums to see how art goes beyond just creating in the studio and focus on forging relationships with the community. Mr. BernholdtEmail
BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERSOur Big Brothers Sisters Program is a highly selective club for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. High school students are paired with elementary-aged students in our school district where they serve as role models and surrogate big brothers and sisters. There is an application process and participants must provide transportation to each visitation. We have two chapters: one chapter visits Schwenksville and Skippack Elementary, and the other chapter visits Evergreen and South Elementary. Visits are from 2-3 and occur twice a month, one at each school. Please reach out to Ms. Paulus with any questions. Ms. Paulus & Mr. HeistEmail
BLACK STUDENT UNION or BSUBlack Student Union is a student organization that recognizes and fosters student growth and development through diversity, academics, and community. We provide an opportunity for students of all races to celebrate black culture, life style, and history. Ms. SmithEmail
CHESS CLUB Perkiomen Valley has a Chess club and a Chess team. The Chess Club is open to everyone, and will provide students with an opportunity to learn and play with other students and teachers, as well as be a part of the Chess Team. The Chess Team consists of the top 5-8 Chess Club students, and will play matches against local schools as part of the Chess League. Regardless of how you participate, you will deepen your knowledge of chess and improve your higher level thinking skills.Mr. RudolphEmail
CHICK-FIL-A LEADER ACADEMYThe Chick-fil-A Leader Academy™ is a national high school leadership program sponsored by Chick-fil-A Operators, focused on making a strong positive impact on the local community through action.Mrs. Klug & Mr. LavangaEmail
DRAMA The Drama Club provides a safe space for students to explore and hone the craft of acting. Come with an open mind and prepare to engage inwarm-ups, improv, and other dramatic activities.Mr. Lyczak Email
ENVIROTHONEnhance the environmental standards with hands-on activities and county/state competition in forestry, soils, wildlife, aquatics, and current events. You will also perform environmental service related activities such as plant rescue, improvement of our own facility and teaching younger children. Mrs. Brecht & Mr. WhartonEmail
ESPORTSMr. HeidtEmail
FALL PLAYThe Fall Play is open to all students regardless of grade level or experience. Students are encouraged to participate in either Cast or Crew. Cast auditions are held in early September as well as interviews for the Crew Leads (Student leaders are selected for roles such as Student Director, Student Stage Manager, etc.) Rehearsals occur after school during the months of September and October as well as one or two Saturday rehearsals depending on the production. The Fall Play culminates in a theatrical performance the first weekend in November. The Fall Play usually raises funds for the performance, a charity and possibly a field trip to see another professional theater performance. Ms. Eskin & Mrs. GiorgioEmail
FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETESThe Fellowship of Christian Athletes club at Perkiomen Valley High School seeks to build a community that wants to see the world changed by Jesus Christ. Our goal is to build each other up in the faith, spread the good news of salvation to our peers, and learn more about Jesus as we go. FCA at PV is not just for athletes, but for any student who wants to grow in their faith. We participate in small Bible devotionals and group activities every week as well as simply spending time in fellowship with each other. As a club, we also seek to go out into the community and participate in volunteer activities. We welcome any student to join us on Wednesdays at 7 am in the library learning lab! Mr. Colvin & Mr. PalumboEmail
FIRST ROBOTICSTeam RetroRobotics FRC 7414 has 8 weeks to design and build a 125-pound robot. We compete against other teams with 6 robots on the field hoping to make it to a world championships. The program combines the excitement of sports with the rigor of science and technology with students learning real world engineering, program management and business skills. We are always looking for new students and adult mentors. It’s the “hardest fun you’ll every have”. We practice year round and meet Tuesdays after school 2:30 - 5. Visit a practice in room 146 and see what it’s all about.Mr. MossEmailMore Info
FISHING CLUBMr. LoveEmail
FRENCH CLUBMrs. YanezEmail
GAMING CLUBVideo games, phone games, board games, dice games, card games, any game you like! Come and hang out with other gamers for some after school fun. Come join us and bring a friend. Everyone is welcomed. Feel free to bring your own device.Mrs. Giorgio & Mr. NawrockiEmail
GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (GSA)Ms. Mayer & Ms. SchaefferEmail
INTERNATIONAL CULTURES CLUBMr. HinkleEmail
JAPAN EXCHANGE CLUBThe Japan Club allows students to explore, learn, and experience Japanese culture. The club participates in a Japanese exchange with our sister school, Kamakura Jogakuin. All students interested in learning more about the exchange or Japanese culture are encouraged to join the Google Classroom with the code vbtppi3.Mr. Allen & Ms. KasheyEmail
JEWISH STUDENT UNIONThe JSU will talk about the rich heritage of Judaism including history, religious beliefs, traditions, and the connectedness to the land of Israel. This will also be a safe place to discuss anti-Semitism. All students and staff are welcome to participate.Dr. GelmanEmail
KEY CLUBThis club is open to any PVHS student. This club is a humanitarian/charitable organization serving our high school and local community. There is a $13.50 CHECK ONLY membership fee. Please make the check payable to "Key Club International" and submit to Mr. Lyons in Room 255 by November 1st. Google Classroom code: tipds2iMr. Lyons & Mrs. UbowskiEmail
LINK CREWLink Crew is our high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, we train mentors from our junior and senior classes to be Link Crew Leaders.Ms. Fadden & Ms. KolenkiewiczEmail
LITERARY CLIBMrs. RiehlEmail
MATH CLUB The math club meets every Friday in room 208. The club competes in a series of three competitions throughout the year. In the fall, we participate in a Math Madness competition. This event consists of 4 weeks of scrimmaging (including 2 highly popular collaboration rounds) followed by a single elimination bracket tournament - entirely online and team-based. We compete against teams across the country! The competition content is an ideal training platform for AMC and other competitions.Mrs. KisselEmail
MEDICAL SCIENCES CLUBThe purpose of the medical sciences club is to provide students at PVHS with opportunities to explore and gain more knowledge about different careers in the medical sciences. Students will use this knowledge to help guide them in course selection during their high school career, to provide them with information to allow them to make decision regarding their choice of future career paths and to help them make informed choices about their post high school education.Mrs. WagmanEmail
MUSICALSAny student may audition. Auditions are held in late fall, and rehearsals are after school, Saturdays and some evenings. There is one musical with four performances.Mr. MallitzEmail
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETYNational Art Honor Society programs have provided national recognition and opportunities for students who exhibit outstanding scholarship in the visual arts and for their teachers. Participation in NAHS will provide your students, faculty, school, and community with invaluable benefits—including peer recognition, leadership growth opportunities, college and career preparation, recognition of our art program, and community involvement in the visual arts. National Art Honor Society is open to grades 10-12 and is dependent on individual applications to be reviewed by art department staff. To be eligible students must maintain a 3.5 GPA in art classes and a 3.0 GPA in all regular education classes.Mr. Bernholdt & Mr. KompEmailMore Info
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY In order to be considered for this club you need to have earned a 4.00 GPA. You must also demonstrate excellence in service, leadership and character. To remain in this club, you must maintain the standards for which you were inducted. Students who are eligible must obtain an application which must be returned by the posted deadline.Mrs. Holman & Ms. SchaefferEmailMore Info
NEWSPAPER - THE VOICENewspaper club is open to students in grades 9-12. Students in the club apply their writing, interviewing, and photography skills to produce a school newspaper and a news website. Students should be creative, willing to interview different people, write well, and work well with others. The newspaper also needs photographers, web designers, and layout managers. If interested, listen to the announcements and attend the next meeting or see Mr. Tornambe in room 123. Click here to read the newspaper online!Mr. TornambeEmailMore Info
PERKIOMEN VALLEY CHAMBER ENSEMBLEThis ensemble meets every Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 PM in the PVHS Band Room. It focuses on a more advanced string repertoire that might not be accessible in the everyday classroom.Mr. SulomanEmail
PV INKThis club runs like a small screen printing business. We print apparel for various events, clubs and sports teams within the district, as well as outside clients (ex. Perkiomen Township Fire Co.). Members will get the opportunity to learn how to work with clients, create designs, print shirts, as well as perform machine maintenance. Members can also get a feel for the business side of things, such as placing orders and dealing with the finances.PV Ink is open to all students in grades 9-12.Mr. Schumacher & Mr. StormEmailMore Info
READING OLYMPICSThis club is open to all students who love to read! As a member of the Reading Olympics Team, you are expected to read books, selected by the MCIU committee, that will be featured in a competition later in the school year. There the team competes against other local high schools to showcase their reading knowledge. The club meets once a month to share their reading interests and prepare for the competition. Mrs. Lewis & Ms. SorberEmail
SAFE COLLECTIVE or SAFEis a student advocacy group with the goal of allowing students to lead projects to improve the PV community.Ms. SmithEmail
SONGWRITING CLUBThe Songwriting Club allows students to dive into the art of musical creation, using their skills in crafting lyrics, composing melodies, producing songs, or anything they are musically passionate about. Our club, housed in Room 137, serves as a dynamic space where members collaborate on diverse projects, exploring the nuances of songwriting techniques and performance strategies. From brainstorming lyrics to hands-on work with instruments and equipment, our meetings, predominantly on Mondays or Fridays, foster an environment of creativity and camaraderie. Moreover, we encourage members to extend their collaboration beyond scheduled meetings, nurturing friendships and forging creative partnerships. Whether you're an experienced songwriter or an aspiring musician, the Songwriting Club offers a welcoming community where you can share your passion for music and embark on a journey of artistic growth and expression. Join us to showcase our talents and compose melodies that resonate with the world around us!Mr. LaBellaEmail
SPEECH & DEBATESpeech & Debate is a great way to learn and debate many social/political and world issues. Besides debating, Speech & Debate is also great for students who would like to do a dramatic poetry reading or perform a literature piece with a 10 minute time limit.Dr. GelmanEmail
STUDENT FORUMMrs. MarinoEmail
TAKE ACTIONWe are a student-driven, environmental advocacy group. We meet after school and learn how to limit mankind’s negative impact on the Earth and all of its living inhabitants. Our mission is to make positive differences in both our school and home communities by teaching others about and creating our own sustainable efforts.Mrs. Brecht & Mr. CravenEmail
TRAVELING VIKING CLUBMr. Connolly, Mr. Hinkle, Mr. Petersen, Mrs. SuttonEmail
ULTIMATE FRISBEE CLUBThe club is a supportive competitive inclusive co-ed group that uses Ultimate Frisbee as a method of getting into and staying in good physical shape. We will practice two times per week and participate in a few tournaments. If you seek a sport that is fun, fast-paced and a little bit different come and join us for a practice.Mr. RudeEmail
VIKING BUDDIESViking Buddies aims to create an environment in which all students feel welcome, are accepted, and reach their maximum potential. Students with and without disabilities meet regularly and work together as equal partners while having fun outings, building new friendships, and great community. Viking Buddies plans and conducts activities designed to improve the school’s environment for everyone. Viking Buddies will meet twice monthly. One meeting after school will be used for buddy pairs to spend time with one another and co-plan each month's social outing. Then, a monthly event outside of school hours will occur for buddy pairs to spend time together and foster strong peer relationships. Examples of such events include attending sporting events, local community events, or visiting local recreational sites like bowling or mini golf. Viking Buddies will also plan whole school engagement activities/fundraising opportunities throughout the year which promote inclusion, respect, and understanding. Ms. Roche & Ms. WitmanEmail
WALKING CLUBWalking Club is open to World Language students and will meet every last Thursday of the month (weather permitting) right after school, starting Oct 27. Students need to wear comfortable clothes (mostly comfy shoes), and meet in room 215 at 2:30. Walks will be along the trail in front of the High School (crossing 29), and will take around 60 minutes, completing around 2 miles in total. Students will be able to enjoy nature, talk with other students, take pictures, and visit the White Oak Tree. Easy pace. Mrs. OjestoEmail
YEARBOOKMr. TornambeEmail