Info: The requirements are a 3.3 GPA, no excessive absences, and no behavior issues. Students can be tapped and invited to join Beta Club during their freshman, sophomore, or junior year.
Beta Club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among junior and high school students. Members are also required to complete 30 hours of community service each school year.
Info: It's not just for athletes, anyone can join. There are no other requirements.
FCA, is a fellowship club (of all denominations) to help students further their relationship with God. We meet every Friday morning at 7:30 at the church across the street from the baseball field. Hope you join us!
Info: No requirements. FEA is for anyone who is considering working with kids either as a teacher, in child care, administration, social work, etc. The organization is changing from just k-12 education to include working with kids and community.
The gaming club meets once a week to play a variety of video games and tabletop games (including chess). We occasionally have tournaments that students put together. The Gaming Club is an opportunity for many students, who would ordinarily not be involved in after school activities, to socialize.
Info: $10 Dues; Members must remain in good standing regarding school behavior and academics. Students must attend 2/3 of the meetings to remain active and in good standing with the club.
Our club is a gathering of minds that share one thing in common, our passion for history! Our members love to share their interests in historical topics and events, and how they've come to shape the world we live in today. We meet at least once a month for a general meeting and once a month for a special event.
Info:$30 Dues; Minimum GPA at 2.5; Any student enrolled in a health science class or interested in pursuing a career in the health field is invited to become an active member of this international organization.
HOSA is the place for students to expand upon the learning opportunities offered in the classroom. HOSA is not a club ľ it is an organization that promotes career opportunities in health and supports young people who plan to become the next generation of health professionals. In our HOSA Chapter, we stress leadership through the election of student officers. We emphasize participation through social activities, leadership development sessions, business meetings and friendly competition by means of skill and academic contests on the local, district, state and national level.
Info: Membership is by invitation only, starting with recommendations from math teachers. Students must have completed Alg 1 and Geometry, and must be enrolled in a college preparatory math class (Alg 2 or higher). Their math GPA must be at least 3.5. They must also have clean discipline and attendance records. There is a one-time $30 fee to join and then yearly $5 dues. We provide free math tutoring on Tuesday mornings for the student body. To remain in good standing, members must attend monthly meetings and help provide tutoring to earn a minimum of 5 service hours per semester. In the spring, we attend the Louisiana Mu Alpha Theta Convention in Baton Rouge, where students compete in math games, activities, and tests. Seniors who remain in good standing will receive cords to wear at graduation and a seal on their diploma.
Info:Dues are $25 for the 2022-23 season. Members must remain in good standing regarding school behavior, digital citzenship and academics. Meetings will be held after school on Wednesday. If students make the competition team, students will be required to put in additional time to prepare for competition.
Students will be given the opportunity to learn problem solving, team building, game strategy and engineering skills through hands on experiences. We will be competing using Vex robots at various locations throughout the state.
Info: Thespians membership is open to any SHS student interested in participating in theatrical productions, both on stage and backstage. Thespian dues are $10. Performances earn you points toward being inducted to the society. $35 Induction in May for 2021/2022 participants.
Auditions for the fall show are August 23 after school in the auditorium. Club meets on Friday mornings before school prior to rehearsals. During rehearsals, the club meets Monday - Thursday after school from 3:45 until 6. Not all participants have to be in the show.
Info: 3.5 GPA with no semester grades of D or F and a max of one C in core classes; 2 credits of honors/gifted academic/AP/DE year courses per year; active membership in 2 school-based extra-curricular organizations per year; a record of leadership
Induction into the National Honor Society is held annually in the spring. Students eligible for induction must have spent at least one semester at Slidell High School, and be in their Junior year. Meeting Times: the 3rd Thursday of the month -- 8:00 AM in room 505. Tutoring in all subjects: every Friday at 7:55 AM in room 505
Info: For Marksmanship - Must be a member of the SHS NJROTC unit during the competition season.
Be a part of Slidell's only competitive High School marksmanship team! We compete against cadet JROTC programs across the United States while honing the finer points of marksmanship that will last a lifetime. Practice runs from August 2022 to April 2023.
Info: Students can join Saga at the end of their freshmen year; they need to have at least a 3.0 GPA, teacher recommendations, and no write-ups to join.
Slidellĺs Saga staff is a group of students interested in media, graphic design, journalism, and photography. We focus on getting the stories of the school year, capturing as many moments as we can in words and on camera, and portraying these moments using graphic design. Our work is published at the end of every year as the yearbook; students collaborate with classmates, have unique jobs within the class that focus on their growth goals, and they are behind the scenes at every event at school.