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OMHS Clubs & Organizations

Overview of Clubs and Organizations offered at OMHS

This is an overview of a few of the opportunities for students to be involved at OMHS. Clubs are being added a continuous basis. Be sure to watch the announcements and club schedule to stay up-to-date on what is offered.

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Club Name Club Description Club Sponsor(s)
Apologetics Club The understanding and defense of the Christian faith. Dunham
Art Club The art club is a student led club intended to get art out into the community. Lemley & McKinney
Athletic Training Students Students interested in health care career field get hands-on experience helping the Athletic Training Staff with athletic teams, specifically during the football season. Cardinal
BEST Robotics We take plywood and a box filled with items such as PVC pipe, screws and other hardware, an irrigation valve cover, piano wire, aluminum paint grid, a bicycle inner tube, a BRAIN (Best Robotics Advanced Instruction Node programmable platform), and something called a micro-energy chain system and try, within six weeks, to design and build a functioning machine that can perform certain, specific tasks in three minutes. What do you get? You get BEST, a middle and high school robotics competition whose mission is to engage and excite students about engineering, science, and technology as well as inspire them to pursue careers in these fields. Hughes
Book Olympiad Academic competition for selected reading books held between all schools in Shelby County. Lewis
Business Leadership A mentor  program that works to provide children that are students at OMES and IES a nurturing and sustained relationship with a trained student mentor who teaches positive values and has attainable expectations for each child to become healthy, productive members of the community. This program is an extension of the Business Essentials course that is offered at OMHS. Milton
Conspiracy Theory Researching, investigating, and exploring well and lesser known conspiracy theories. White
Debate Team A competitive academic team for speech and debate. Mr. Johnson
Destination Imagination An international organization for students teaching life skills and expanding imaginations. Teams are formed in the fall with parents serving as coaches. Problems involve structure building, the arts, science and mystery, inventiveness, and improvisation. Competition begins in early March at the Regional level, followed by State and Global finals. Weaver
Diamond Dolls Support the Varsity Baseball Team, help by keeping score, selling tickets at the gate, and attending home games. Hubbard
Electrathon We inspire an interest in Science, Engineering, and Technology by involving participants in the design, construction, testing, and development of competitive electric vehicles. Hughes
The Environmentalists Students in this club express a passion for the health of our environment and all creatures contained therein.  They learn about local and global environmental issues. They assist with the OMHS recycling program. They also identify an animal charity or program to aid and conduct a few fundraisers to provide financial support for their chosen charity. Strong
FCCLA A national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders. It addresses important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education and offers real world learning experiences through community service activities. Baker
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Athletes and non-athletes at OMHS who are followers of Jesus, or are interested in learning more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Irons & Cardinal
Forensic Science Club We will discuss solved and unsolved cases, learn about forensic techniques utilized to analyze evidence, and discuss the legal proceedings involved in court. DiPiazza
French Club An appreciation of French culture. Maguire
FrOST We will explore open source technologies and the Linux operating system as an alternative to Windows. Triplett
Future Teachers of America (FTA) This club is for students who may have an interested in pursuing a career in teaching. C.Smith
Gaming Club Players will meet daily during SOAR 60 to play Mario Kart, Mario Smash Brothers, and Dragon Ball Z. Coley
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) GSA Network is a next-generation LGBTQ racial and gender justic organization that empowers and trains queer, trans, and allied youth leaders to advocate, organize, and mobilize an intersectional movement for safer schools and healthier communities. Touchstone
Gender Equality Club We meet to discuss new ways to create an equitable environment for all. Gallups
IGNITE A non denominational Christian-based group that meets bi-weekly. They worship through songs, speakers and student testimonies. Sponsors “See You at the Pole.” Williamson & Mace
International Club A social club to bring all students together to nurture cultural awareness, to support a diverse population, and to promote ideas of tolerance and acceptance at Oak Mountain High School and the community as a whole. The club provides students with the   opportunity for cultural exchange and a chance to learn more about the world. Mrs. Johnson
Junior Classical League Our school Latin club. We exist to promote the study of the Latin language as well as the history, culture, and mythology of the Romans and Greeks. K. Sheffield & Croom
Key Club Key Club provides community service to the Oak Mountain and greater Birmingham areas. Humphrey
Literary Magazine Plans and designs the OMHS school literary magazine, which showcases a broad collection of student artistic, literary, and musical talents. Blakemore
Make a Change Club A group of students that works to promote a positive environment amongst students at OMHS. Nabors
Math Team Mathletes practice and compete on one of OMHS’ three math teams (Geometry, Algebra II, & Comprehensive). Competitions are held on Saturdays throughout the year and consist of a timed test and a ciphering round. Feldman, Bittinger, & Roberts
Mat Maids Pin Pals show their support for the Wrestling Team. They help keep score and make signs to encourage the players. Mace
Minority Student Association The Minority Student Association (MSA) is a student led organization that strives to foster a diverse student environment. It is open to any student wanting to celebrate and welcome diversity. The group performs activities during the school year to expose the community to elements of different cultures. Community service is also performed based on needs the students present to the organization. MSA is committed to academic achievement and community service with a goal of providing spiritual, emotional, personal, and academic support for students while bringing awareness and understanding of all cultures in our community. Wilcox
Modern Day Slavery Awareness (MDSA) Awareness and advocacy against human trafficking. Lewis
Mu Alpha Theta The national honor society for math students. Students can apply their Junior year and must have a 3.5 GPA in all math courses at OMHS Bittinger & Roberts
National Beta Club Honor Society Beta club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among secondary school students, while recognizing and honoring high academic achievement, preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful, and developing the leaders of tomorrow through demonstration of our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others. Wilcox & Evans
National Honor Society The purpose of NHS is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. To be considered for membership, students must have at least a  3.75 weighted GPA and be in the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. Rath
Oak Mountain Business Association (OMBA) The combination of two national organizations (FBLA/DECA) that form one cohesive club in which we encourage our members to participate in our three focuses: competition, community service, and social activities. Ingram, & Temple, & Triplett
Oak Mountain Masters Student Ambassador Program S.Watkins
OMHS Bass Fishing Team Students compete in BASS fishing tournaments held regionally throughout the school year. Lewis
OMHS Lettermen The Lettermen promote school spirit during OMHS football games. Applications are available for Juniors & Seniors. Roberts
PALS PALS are OMHS students who have a heart for people with disabilities and support inclusion. Coppock, Pruitt, Morgan, & Stewart
Peer Helpers A group of OMHS students that lead other students in events such as FANS CAMP, Impact Day, Big Brother Big Sister, and Field Day at OMIS. *Application & interview required* Gandy, Wade, & Croom
Ping Pong Club This is a group of students that will meet and play ping pong during SOAR 60. It will be a time to build positive relationships and character as well as take part in some healthy competition. Lyon & Morrison
Relay for Life The goal of Relay for Life is to raise funds to improve cancer survival, decrease the incidence of cancer, and improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their caregivers. All funds raised are given to the American Cancer Society. Ingram, DiPiazza, M.Moore, O’Dell, A.Rogers, Temple, Zauchin, Wilcox, Roberts, Schwartz, Lee, Galups
Rho Kappa Honor society recognizing achievement and leadership in history. Polizos & Schwartz
Rock Climbing Club Students interested in learning how to rock climb or practicing on their skills. Team members have the option of joining High Point Birmingham to attend club practices and compete against other schools. Shults
Science National Honor Society Honor society for students who have excelled in Science and continue to excel in upper level Science courses. Hines
Science Olympiad Science competition covering all disciplines of science. Students compete against students from across the state. Wilcox
Scholar’s Bowl Students that compete in academic quiz bowl tournaments. Gallups & J. Moore
SGA The Student Government Association serves as representation of all students at OMHS. Representatives are elected from each class and work together to promote a positive school environment. This service organization is also involved in activities to benefit local charities. Milton
Shelby County Sheriff’s Explorer’s Club Shelby County Sheriff’s Office - for students interested in law enforcement career or being an "Explorer" - training and experience similar to a junior police academy Deputy Morrow & Cardinal
Soccer Sweeties Soccer Sweeties attend the Boys’ Varsity Soccer home games, support the players and work the concession stand. Mace
Sozo We support the Sozo Children organization that provides funding, supplies, and missionaries for children in need living in Uganda. Polizos
Spanish Club Explore and enjoy the Hispanic culture through music, food, and fun! Silvestre & Chapman
Student Administration Liaison (SAL) The purpose of this club is to help students overcome struggles with mental health and improve their overall well being. H.Smith
Student Impact Club The Student Impact Club is a platform for students to voice their opinions in the school and to help implement changes by working with the SGA, teachers, and administration.J. Moore
Thespians The International Thespians organization is a theater honor society. Strickland
VEX Robotics Teams of students are tasked with designing and building a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts are put to the test as students learn lifelong skills in teamwork, leadership, communications, and more. Tournaments are held year-round at the regional, state, and national levels and culminate at the VEX Robotics World Championship each April! Hughes & Triplett
Yearbook Staff The Yearbook Staff Plans and designs the award-winning OMHS yearbook, Paragon. Staff members are chosen through an application and selection process. A.Rogers
Youth Legislature Youth Legislature gives youth the opportunity to learn firsthand about government and civic issues by taking an active role in the democratic process. Throughout the year we research and compose bills that will be presented at the statewide Youth Legislature Conference in Montgomery. A. Polizos

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