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.

Club Hope

A cancer awareness group that is centered on helping kids, teen and families that are affected by cancer in the Pickerington community.  The club meets alternating Mondays in the Big Study Hall.

Advisor:  Mrs.  Conover

Club Fee $35, plus $25 for t-shirt/hoodie

Drug Free Club

The purpose of this club is to promote healthy living.  Students may join by filling out an application and volunteering to be drug tested.  Students will then be given a membership card which allows for the chance to get privileged parking, front of the line in the cafeteria on certain days, free cookies once a month, and other community and school discounts.

Advisor:  Mrs. Fulton

Fellowship of Christian Students

Advisors: Mr. Rininger and Mr. Furillo

Club meets every Friday in Room 402 after school.

Club Fee $35

Foosball Club

Advisor: Mr. Rininger

Club meets every Wednesday in Room 402 after school.

French Club

We usually meet 1 – 2 times a month.  Activities include Game nights, Movie Nights, Corn Maze, International Dinner, Holiday Party, World Cup (with Spanish and German Club), Mardi Gras Party, and others.  See Ms. Savage for meeting dates. (Text @phscfrench to 81010 to sign up for text reminders)

Advisor: Ms. Savage

Club fee $35

German Club

Advisor: Mr. Sharples

Room 411.  We usually meet 1 – 2 times a month. Activities include an Oktoberfest picnic, movie nights, German breakfast, International Dinner, Winter party, meal at Schmidt’s German Restaurant, and others.  (Sign up for reminders by texting: @centraldk to 81010)

Club Fee $35

 

Key Club

The oldest and largest service program for high school students. Key Club is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. New students cannot accepted because of the requirement of an established roster with Key Club International. Meets alternating Mondays in the Big Study Hall. Club

Advisor: Mrs.  Ray-Bell

Club Fee: $35, Key Club International Dues: $TBD

There is a fee for the club t-shirt as well, which will be under $10

Service Projects

Model United Nations

Model United Nations is where students represent a country, research a problem plaguing that country, and then try to find a way to alleviate or resolve that problem in a one page resolution. Students will orally defend this resolution at the Senior Model United Nations event held November 27 – 29 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Columbus. There is a $150 fee for the event per student.

Advisor: Mr. Stanley

Multi-Cultural Diversity Club

Advisor: Mrs. Stiles

Meeting Logistics:

  1. Location: Room 303
  2. Time: 3:00-3:45 pm
  3. Date(s): Every Tuesday

PurposeTo provide an intentional, inclusive space for building bridges to connect students across multi-cultural demographics. Challenge and raise awareness of racism and prejudice in our community. To celebrate the diversity of PHSC’s student body

National Honor Society (NHS)

Advisor: Mrs. Peirano

Room 209 meetings are the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month at 7:30 in the BSH.

NHS is for students with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 by second semester junior year. Once students are inducted there is a $20 national fee and a $12 t-shirt fee.  There is a minimum of 70 volunteer hours completed by graduation for each member.

Mock Trial

Advisor: Mrs. Simmons

Tryouts are held in October each school year.  Practices will be held after tryouts. Students who are not on the team are welcome to attend the practices to learn what Mock Trial is all about

Ping Pong Club

Advisor: Mr. Rininger,

Room 402 –  Club meets every Wednesday in PAC Lobby right after school.

Club Activity Fee: $35

Recycling Club

Advisor: Mrs. Lambert

Room 502, Tuesday’s after school.  This club recycles both paper and plastic that teachers collect throughout the week.  We meet once a week to collect the recycling. Anyone is welcome!

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

Advisor: Mrs. Dyer

3rd Wednesday of the month after school in room 310, listen to announcements. This club is free to join and is for anyone who wants to support good decision making, likes helping decorate or party plan (SADD is in charge of the After prom event and Red Ribbon Week) and would like to be with other students who encourage healthy decision making.  Hours spent helping with events in this club can go toward NHS.

Science Olympiad

Advisor: Mr. Ricker, Room 208

Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month in room 208 right after school with some others planned depending on competitions.  Tournaments will be on Feb. 25th, March 4th, 11th and possibly April 1st.. There is a $35 fee to pay for tournament registrations and transportation.

Ski and Snowboard Club

Advisor: Mrs. Conley, Room 503

Club info meeting will be during intersession days.  See Mrs. Conley for information, prices, & registration forms in room 503.

There are 8 packages to chose from that include rentals if needed.

Forms and Money are due Thursday OCT 27

Ski Photo Id’s will be in November (TBD) during lunch periods

Play to participate fee  of $35.00

Optional Out of State Trip to Seven Springs the first weekend in March

Sign up for info via text message (Text the message @skic to the number 81010)

Spanish Club

Advisor:  Mrs. Martin-Camino

Student Council

Advisor: Ms. Korbar, Room 217

Thursdays after school in room 217.

Tiger Tech

Tiger Tech is a competition engineering team that competes against teams from all over Ohio.  We compete in Trebuchets (Pumpkin Chucking), VEX Robotics and Soapbox Racing. If you are interested in where theory meets real life, this is the place for you.

Advisor: Mr. Thomas, Room 508 and 504

Meets Monday, Wednesday & Fridays 3 – 5 pm

$35 Participation Fee