Student Organizations

We have many student organizations that encourage students to get involved during their time at Pickerington High School Central. There is something for everyone so find something that interests you and get involved!

Please see our school calendar for dates and times that the clubs meet.

Interest Groups

Art Club

For any student who wants to make art in a social setting.  Create art with Mr. Young on Wednesdays in room 400.

Drug Free Club of America

Join this club to get incentives for being and staying drug free.

 

Central’s Drug Free Letter (PDF) | Central’s Drug Free Letter (RTF)

Visit the Drug Free Clubs of America website to print the “Student Handout with Application”

French Club

For students in upper level French or anyone interested in French.  Meet with Mrs. Hanagan 1 – 2 times per month in room 412.

German Club

For German students or anyone interested in German. Meet with Mr. Sharples 1 – 2 times per month in room 411.

Junior States of America

Students who are interested in politics and government, foreign affairs, the thought talks, problem solving and a variety of simulations.

Mock Trial

This is a try out.  Students participate in rehearsed trials to learn about the legal system in a competitive manner.  They compete at the regional, district and state level.  This is led by Mrs. Brunner and Mrs. Farrington.

Science Olympiad

A group that competes in science-based competitions that include 23 testing and building events.  For those interested in science and engineering. Led by Mr. Ricker.  Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month in room 208.

Sign Language Club

For any student interested in Sign Language.  Mrs. Korbar advises this club.

Ski and Snowboard Club

For those students who love to ski, snow board or snow tube.  You do not need your own equipment. Students are provided transportation to Snow Trails.  5 Saturdays.

Spanish Club

We promote Spanish Culture that is sometimes overlooked in the day-to-day classroom.  Mrs. Richardson meets monthly in room 410.

Table Top Games

For students who enjoy board games.  Mr. Thomas meets with these students every Wednesday in room 508.

Tiger Tech

For any student interested in Engineering.  Students will compete in a series of engineering competitions.  Mr. Thomas will hold these meetings in room 508.

Service Projects

Chain Reaction

This group works on projects that promote random acts of kindness.  Led by Mrs. Harris.

Club Hope

This is a Cancer Awareness group that is centered on helping kids, teens and their families that are affected by cancer.  Ms. Salzer meets with this group on alternating Mondays.

Key Club

This is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others.  Ms. Salzer meets with this group on alternating Mondays.

Recycling Club

Students pick up and recycle plastic material.

SADD

This club is for students who are leaders and role models in the school and who are dedicated to making good life decisions and preventing destructive decisions, including underage drinking, drinking and driving, teen violence and suicide.  These meetings take place twice a month.