||WHAT ARE WE ABOUT?:
||F113 or F112
||We are a teambuilding and community service club.
||Creating opportunities for one to one friendships for people with intellectural and developmental disabilities. Members work directly andbuild relationships with our special needs Panthers.
||Laura Owen, Erin Hugghins
||Read and Discuss Enjoyable Books
|Business Professionals of America
||Thomas Arellano & Q. Taylor
||Encourage to participate in Business related events and community philanthropy.
||Tuesdays after school
||Deutschklub is a place for students to explore German culture through German media.
|Fellowship of Christian Athletes/Anyones
||Anne Dyess and Stephanie Richardson
||Tuesday after school
||A place for students of Christian beliefs to meet for time of devotion and fellowship.
||Second Wednesday of every month
||School Barn/Lecture Hall
||The FFA Organization remains committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
||The last Monday of each month
||An extended exploration of French language and culture, additional to that which is introduced in French class. The purpose of the club is to expand on the culture and language in a way that is not possible during a regular class period due to limited time. We would like to make the club an opportunity for students to have casual conversation in French, to visit French restaurants and sites, and participate in the cultural practices that revolve around the yearly French holidays.
||Thursdays after school
||The purpose of the PHS gaming club is to celebrate and enjoy gaming of all varieties, allowing students to relieve their tensions and succeed in school.
|Gay Straight Allaince
||1st and 3rd Wednesday
||Pflugerville High School Gay Straight Alliance is an all inclusive club, which discusses topics and issues surrounding sexuality, gender, equality and laws surrounding the LGBT+ community. We also have several socials and host an annual dance. GSA provides training to teachers and creates Allies on campus to build safe and bully free school community. Students also participate with No Place for Hate activities and other campaigns, such as, Day of Silence, Ally Week, No Name Calling Week and others.
||Sara Cable and Ana Bowie
||TBD-See sponsor for info
||Creating Positive change on campus and our community. Hosting TBH panels, usually 1st Monday of each month.
||Dori Smith and Andrea Rader
||Every other Thursday - First meet 9/14/17
||Health Occupations Students of America - This is an international organization that allows students to explore their love of the healthcare field through competition and networking with other students who share their interests and career goals.
||Dori Smith and Andrea Rader
||Every other Thursday
||International organization that helps promote learning in the healthcare field for students interested in this profession thru competition, scholarships and a welcoming atmosphere.
||Every other Monday after school
||Community service organization dedicated to making our school, community, and world a better place.
||Community service and volunteerism
|National Art Honor Society
||Ms. Wuest & Ms. Garza
||Last Thursday of the Month After School
||National Art Honor Society allows students to become members of a distinguished group of 58,000+ outstanding art students and gain peer recognition, leadership growth opportunities, college and career preparation, and an unmatched sense of camaraderie. Students are encouraged and eligible to submit artwork for possible inclusion in the annual NAHS Juried Exhibition held at the NAEA Studio & Gallery. ALL submissions are featured in the NAEA virtual gallery.
|National Honor Society
||Jessica Gladman and Kaitlynn Andre
||First Wednesday of every month
||Cafeteria or Lecture Hall
||To promote scholarship, leadership, character, and service to our school and our community.
|PAL (Peer Assistance and Leadership)
||6th period class (you must be enrolled in the class)
||This state-wide peer helping program is based on the idea that students are more likely to open up and share their ideas with peers their own age. The PALs are juniors and seniors who have been selected based on a teacher recommendation, an application, and interview process. At the beginning of the school year, PALs are trained in skills such as mentoring, listening, communication, flexibility, and group dynamics. We also focus on development of the “Five C’s of Leadership”—character, courage, commitment, community, and communication. After several weeks of training, we go out into the community to mentor students in local PfISD elementary schools and middle schools. We also engage in various service-learning projects around the school and Pflugerville. Additionally, the PALs serve as role models within the Pflugerville community, promote school pride, and “wholesome fun.”
|Pflugerville High Engineering and Robotics
||To promote Engineering and Robotics
||Awesome competitions in science and engineering.
||Last Wednesday of each month (9/27,10/25, 11/15, 12/13, 1/24, 2/28, 3/28, 4/25)
|TFME Texas Future Music Educators
||4 times per year
||Students interested in careers in music
|T+A1:F21hespian Society Troupe 1361
||Every other Thursday
||Black Box, Room G8
||Join Google Classroom with code 8ftqoo
||To support Theatre and spend time with others who want to do the same.