Clubs at McCullough
Bagpipe Lessons at TWHS (Free)
The Bagpipe Club at TWHS is taking recruits to learn the art of playing the bagpipe. Club members play a big role in Highlander life. They pipe at football games, rallies, banquets, and other sporting events.
A class of beginners is forming end of October at TWHS. The club meets Monday afternoons.
Contact Craig Livingston at craigL@LoneStar.edu or call 936.273.7329.
TWHS Piping Instructor
History Instructor Montgomery College 25 years
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Students are invited to participate in the excitement and adventure of Dungeons and Dragons Club. D& D is a roleplaying game that is all about storytelling in worlds of sword and sorcery. To join the club, just show up at 8:00 am (or whenever you arrive at school) on Wednesday mornings in the downstairs library. If you haven't played before, we will be happy to show you how. Our meetings begin this week and will take place every Wednesday morning before school starting at 8:00 am in the downstairs library. We hope to see you there!
For more information, please contact Mr. Decuir in Room B107.
The ExploraVision competition for K-12 students engages the next generation in real world problem solving with a strong emphasis on STEM. ExploraVision challenges students envision and communicates new technology 10 or more years in the future through collaborative brainstorming and research of current science and technology. See Ms. Beineman in room B110.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
First Lego League
McCullough Green Recycling Team
- Share your passion for the environment with others
- Be a leader and make a difference
- Do something positive with other students
- Enjoy an active advisory
Visit Mrs. Van der Stock in B209 to pick up an application.
National Junior Art Society
Science Bowl is a highly competitive science education and academic event among teams of high school and middle school students who compete in a fast-paced verbal forum to solve technical problems and answer questions in all branches of science and math. Each team is composed of four students, one alternate student, and a coach. See Mr. Decuir in Room B107.
The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. Our mission is to improve McCullough and the student experience by supporting student events and facilitating communication between the student community, school administration, and faculty. All students are welcome to join the Student Council. Join today and let your voice be heard! Please see Ms. Reyes in Room A210 for more information.
UIL Academics Overall
UIL Academic Art
Two small teams of 7th and 8th grade students who together study paintings from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. and from selected Texas museums. The Art Smart Bulletin, published every other year, is the source for study of history and art elements relative to the 30 art selections. As part of their study, students will demonstrate an understanding of art history and interpret ideas and moods in original artworks while making informed judgments about the artwork.
Part A of the contest requires the contestant to identify the names of 15 selected artists and titles of pictures selected randomly by the director from the official list of 30 pictures. Part B consists of 30 questions about art history and art elements characteristic of the 30 art selections. Students who rank in the top 3 scores at the district meet are awarded medals. See Ms. McLean in Room D106.
UIL Impromptu Speaking
UIL Maps, Charts & Graphs
UIL Modern Oratory
In Modern Oratory, students will select one of a list of topics, determine the critical issues in the topic, and acknowledge both pro and con points citing support discovered in their research. Students will choose a side they will defend and support that side with additional evidence. Along with the skills of analysis, research, note-taking, documentation, evaluation and decision-making come those of delivery and the skill of memorization. See Mr. Kissner in room B219.
UIL Number Sense
UIL Oral Reading
Contestants complete a timed, written test that consists of approximately 35 multiple choice questions within 45 minutes. Emphasis for the science contest will be placed on knowledge of scientific fact, understanding of scientific principles and the ability to think through scientific problems. The contest is designed to test not only memory but the ability to think critically about science and science concepts. We typically practice twice a month, with one competition in the spring semester. See. Ms. LeBouef in room B109.
McCullough JHS Contact Information
24-hour Attendance Line...............832.592.5111
Location: 3800 South Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands, TX, USA