CMHS Clubs

Art Club

The Art Club focuses on community involvement through the use of the arts!

  • How can a student join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Danielle Gaimari and Courtney Leaym
  • Club President: Logan Lovelace and Emily Peele
  • When and where does this club meet? Tuesday, TEAL B in Room 2437

Bake Club

The Bake Club is open to students who have completed Foods 1 or Teen living Classes. We make a variety of baked dishes that are not included in our regular classes. Due to the time needed to measure, mix, bake and finish products, the majority of our meetings take place after school. There is a $20 fee for ingredients.


  • How can a student join? Students must have taken a Foods 1 or Teen Living class.
  • Teacher Advisor: Licia Hazzard
  • Student President: Jordan Grosvenor and Megan Beck
  • When and where does this club meet? Twice a month on Thursday afternoons in Room 1648

BETA Club

BETA Club is a national organization focusing on 4 specific areas:
ACHIEVEMENT - Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
CHARACTER - Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
LEADERSHIP - Developing the leaders of tomorrow
SERVICE - Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others


  • How can a student join? Invitation Only
  • Teacher Advisor: Katie Brooks
  • Student President: Strahinja Spasojevic
  • When and where does this club meet? Second Wednesday of the month after school

Charge Up

Charge Up writes articles about local and school activities pertinent to Cox Mill students and posts them online in a blog.

  • How can a student join? This club is currently full.
  • Teacher Advisor: Anne Milam
  • Student President: Chloe Smith
  • When and where does this club meet? Modays, TEAL B, in the Studio

ChemClub

This is a service based club that focuses on enriching the community by increasing scientific literacy, teaching others about science, and encouraging younger students to pursue science in their future.


  • How can a student join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Jessica Enlow
  • Student Presidents: Sarah Farris, Abby Phillips, Connor Malmstrom, Nikhil Komirisetti
  • Where does this club meet? Mrs. Enlow's room: 1627

Chess Club

This club is for anyone, beginner to expert, who is interested in learning and playing the game of chess.

  • How can a student join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Adam Metzger
  • Student President: Myles McNealy
  • When and where does this club meet? Mondays, TEAL B, Mr. Metzger's room 1630

DECA Club

Deca Club: Marketing and Leadership club designed to open the minds of young students to the world of marketing and sales through competitions, community service, and projects.


  • How can a student join? Application
  • Teacher Advisor: Justin Kuralt
  • Student President: Husam Shaik
  • When and where does this club meet? 2nd and 4th Thursday every month, TEAL A, Room 2429

Dr. Who

Dr. Who Club: Students meet to discuss the things that are going on in the Dr. Who/Torchwood Universe.


  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Laurie Lewis
  • When and where does this club meet? First Thursday of the month in Mrs. Lewis's room 1632

FBLA

Future Business Leaders of America

  • How can students join? Application
  • Teacher Advisor: Loretta Gifford
  • Student Advisor: Nikhil Komirisetti
  • When and where does this club meet? 2nd and 4th Mondays, TEAL B as announced in room 2416

FCA

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Kellie Pierrot
  • Student Presidents: Maddy Rinkus, John Draper, Devin Covv
  • When and where does this club meet? Aux Gym the second Wednesday of each month

Floor Hockey League

The FHL is an organization that provides CMHS students a fun athletic club to be a part of during school. The main objective is to promote intramurals, good sportsmanship and competition to students. Our goal is to promote hockey to a high school demographic and provide students another option during TEAL Time.

  • Teacher Advisor: Mr. Kelly
  • Student Advisor: Chase Thompson
  • When and where does this club meet? Auxiliary Gym during TEAL A

Future Farmers of America (FFA)

The FFA is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.


  • Teacher Advisor: Tyrone Williams
  • Student President: Caroline P.

Future Teachers of America

This club is focused on inspiring others in the career of teaching and to perform services for the community while providing academic opportunities for fellow future educators.


  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Laurie Lewis
  • Where does this club meet? Mrs. Lewis's room 1632

Girl Up Club

This club seeks to empower females and provide them an equal chance for education, health, social and economic opportunities, and a life free from violence.

  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisors: Ms. Stallings and Mrs. Ronemus
  • Student President: Maram Elnagheeb
  • When and where does this club meet? Mondays, TEAL B, Room 1607

Girls in STEM

Girls in STEM club is for girls interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. The club aims to increase girls' involvement in STEM by introducing to them STEM opportunities, allowing them to put their STEM skills to use, receive opportunities to be mentors and mentees, and merge their STEM interests with service opportunities.

  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Rachel Bishop
  • Student President: Maram Elnagheeb
  • When and where does this club meet? Ms. Bishop's room 1633 every other Thursday during TEAL A.

HOSA

Health Occupations Club is a service oriented club along with a competitive portion. Depending on what area students are involved will determine the meeting date. There are five different community service projects that we are working on this year.

  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Jodi Yow
  • Student President: Kellie Beam
  • When and where does this club meet? Club days vary depending on the group students are in. The club is too big for a general meeting. Check morning announcements and the Club Announcements on the CMHS Homepage for meeting notifications.

Humanitarian Club

The Humanitarian Society seeks to establish an environment that is open to new ideas and ways to get involved and become more connected members of our community. While our goal is to promote human welfare, it is equally important to help participants discover the importance of kindheartedly helping others. While building critical leadership skills, the club will explore new ways to be selfless on a daily basis. There are many opportunities open to be involved, including: providing aid and support to local food banks through donations and services, participating in hunger drives, walking with the Make-A-Wish foundation, swimming and raising money for multiple sclerosis, and bringing smiles to others with the Hands On Charlotte organization. These examples show a hint of what this club can offer. We seek to help others establish different leadership roles with the intent of helping them become enlightened as each member discovers the true meaning of the benefits that come with impacting others in a positive light.


  • How can students join? Speak to the co-presidents
  • Teacher Advisor: Lisa Lamberti
  • Student Presidents: Alicia Powell and Nick Riano
  • When and where does this club meet? Twice a month, TEAL B in room 1625, by committee

The Juniorettes

Service club for girls: we complete community service projects at least once a month.


  • How do students join? Application
  • Teacher Advisors: Emily Finamore
  • When and where does this club meet? First Wednesday of the month during TEAL B in 2314 and after school as needed.

Key Club

Key Club is an organization focusing on community service that aims to specifically help women and children.

  • How can students join? Key Club Website - Google Form. Fees were due October 22
  • Teacher Advisor: Janel House
  • Student President: Caitlin Epstein
  • When and where does this club meet? Every other Thursday afterschool in the cafeteria

Math Club

Math Club: Compete in math competitions and explore showing math to other students in preparation for SAT, ACT, and elementary children.


  • How do students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Allison Marrara and Pam Hayes
  • Student President: Nikhil Komirisetti
  • When and where does this club meet? Room 2111 every other Tuesday

Mock Trial Club

In this club, students will learn about the legal system by competing in a statewide mock trial competition.

  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Jeff Natoli
  • Student President: Sumani Nunna and Kiara
  • When and where does this club meet? Room 2101 Mondays TEAL A and afterschool on Mondays and Fridays.

National Honor Society (NHS)

The NHS is the leader among organizations and societies that promote appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership and character. To become a member, juniors must have a weighted GPA of 4.2 or higher, have at least 10 hours of documented community service within the current calendar year, must participate in at least 1 out of school activity, adequately show leadership qualities through teacher recommendations and have no out of school suspensions or more than 3 separate incidences of in school suspension during high school. Each April, students who qualify will be invited to complete the selection process. Members participate in monthly meetings and community service projects. For updates "like" us on Facebook.


  • How can students join? Invitation only
  • Teacher Advisor: Donna Furr
  • Student President: Christa Hill
  • When and where does this club meet? 1st Monday of every month in the Media Center at 2:20pm.

NTHS

National Technical Honor Society

  • How can students join? Application
  • Teacher Advisor: Loretta Gifford
  • Student President: Nikhil Komirisetti
  • When and where does this club meet? Watch morning announcements and check Club Announcements on the CMHS Homepage for meeting notifications.

Quiz Bowl

Quiz Bowl is a quiz based sport that tests players on a wide variety of everything from core subjects to sports.

  • Teacher Advisor: Alfreda Sherman
  • Founder/President: Sahil Phadnis
  • Vice President: Rohit Nemani
  • Secretary: Karthik Nemani
  • We will discuss when we meet after our interest meeting on September 27th.
  • We will meet in Mrs. Sherman's room, 2401.

Save the Animals Club

This club will volunteer and raise money for organizations in the area that deal with exotic and wild animals.

  • How can students join? Walk-in
  • Teacher Advisor: Lauren Burgess
  • Student President: Bryan Hollis
  • When and where does this club meet? Mrs. Burgess's room 1638 on Thursdays during TEAL A.

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is an American High School team (Division C) organization in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific desciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. We offer up to 18 openings (per team) to the students most highly qualified in the STEM fields. Currently, we are preparing for an upcoming (March 12) regional competition at UNC Charlotte. The competitive nature of this club requires high academic performance, proficient STEM knowledge, ingenious creativity, strong commitment and excellent teamwork skills.


  • How can a student join? Application
  • Teacher Advisor: Laurie Lewis
  • Student President: Venky Erninti
  • When and where does this club meet? Every Wednesday TEAL B or afterschool in Room 1632

Spanish Club

Spanish Club Goals: 1) To help students gain knowledge and understanding of the culture and history of Hispanic countries. 2) To stimulate students to participate in the classroom, extracurricular activities, and in the community.

  • How do students join? Application
  • Teacher Advisor: Maria Rivera Dones
  • When and where does this club meet? 3rd Thursday of each month during TEAL A in room 2439

Student Council

Student Council is an executive board of students that make decisions for events taking place at Cox Mill High School. Service oriented.


  • How do students join? Application
  • Teacher Advisor: Amber Allensworth
  • When and where does this club meet? Mrs. Allensworth's room, 2402, during TEAL B on Tuesdays.

Tri-M Music Honor Society

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is the international music honor society for middle/junior high and high school students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership.

  • How do students join? Invitation only
  • Teacher Advisors: Jennifer Cook and Joseph Earp
  • When and where does this club meet? 1st Wednesday of the month at 2:30pm in the Theatre.

Is your club not listed?

If your club is not listed, please email Mrs. Parker (adrienne.parker@cabarrus.k12.nc.us) and include the following information:

  1. Club Name
  2. Club Description
  3. Teacher Advisor
  4. Student President
  5. When and Where club meets
  6. Has your club been approved by Mr. Smith?