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American Sign Language Club
We are a small group that meets in order to learn sign language.
WHEN: Wednesday @ 3:45
WHERE: Room 312
Email Tony Melvin for more information.

Arabic Club 
The Arabic Club is a club for students that are curious about the Arabic culture. Students learn some basic Arabic writing, dance, clothing, music, henna . . .
WHEN: Monthly (Mondays)
WHERE: Room 309
Email Soumia Paull for more information.

Art Club 

Ashley Curtain Troupe
We are the drama club of Ashley High School. We provide a place for students to learn about and experience theatre whether they have the opportunity to take the class or not. We do a lot of improv and lip-sync but also explore other topics and areas of theatre.
WHEN: Mondays @ 3:40-4:30
WHERE: Room 805
Email Robin Clayton for more information.

Beta Club 
Local Chapter of the National Senior Beta Club Organization which promotes leadership by way of service and character.
*Minimum GPA 3.60 Unweighted/ Application process begins fall of a student's Sophomore year.
WHEN: One chapter meeting per semester. Monthly executive meetings.
WHERE: Chapter meeting in the Cafe and executive meetings in the 500's workroom.
Beta Club National Website
Email Lia Long for more information.

Chem Techathon 

Chic-Fil-A Leadership Academy 

Computer Club 

Design for Manufacturing 

Dungeons and Dragons Club (D&D) 

Eagle Service Club 

Eagles Unified Club 

Earth Club 

English-Spanish Exchange 

Eye of the Eagle 
Students, staff and community are recognized for their outstanding service to Ashley. Individuals are nominated and the nominations are for Junior and Senior students and staff that have been at Ashley for 3 years.
Email Kim Easlick for more information.

Future Business Leaders of America 
North Carolina Future Business Leaders of America (NC FBLA) is a career and technical student organization that serves students who are or have been enrolled in a Business Education course. NC FBLA is affiliated with FBLA-PBL, which is a national organization with 250,000 student members and 56 affiliate state organizations. The mission of NC FBLA is to help build and sustain Business Education programs of excellence in order to serve our communities, state, and nation.
*Students in FBLA must have completed at least one business or Marketing class, including middle school.
WHEN: Bi-Weekly
WHERE: Room 216
Email Paige Haney for more information.
Website

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA serves as an environment in which students can discuss, share, question, and explore their Christian faith. This club is not restricted to only Christians or athletes; all are welcome!
WHEN: Fridays @ 7:45 am
WHERE: Room 409
Email Taylor Thomas for more information.

FCCLA 

French Club 
The goal of French Club is to promote Francophone culture in a relaxed environment where students of all levels can socialize and learn from each other.
WHEN: Monthly
WHERE: Room 309
Email Soumia Paull for more information.

Green Arts Clubs 
Green Arts Club is an organization at both Ashley High School and Murray Middle School. It is centered around upcycling and recycling common items. We then have one or two sales per year and use the proceeds to invest in the organization, donate to community needs and beautify the Ashley and Murray campuses. This is a club based on service and responsibility to other students, the school environment and the community. Service hours are available through participation in this club.
*A completed parent/guardian permission form is required for membership. This form may be obtained from Ms. Brodbeck in room 205.
WHEN: Monday @ 3:30-5:30
WHERE: Room 205
Email Pamela Brodbeck for more information.

Group Exercise Club 

Historical Society & U.N. Global Challenge 

Hospice Club
We provide support to Trinity Grove Nursing home through service projects and crafts.
WHEN: Monthly
WHERE: Room 709
Email Margaret Gambino for more information.

International Thespian Troupe #6589 
ITS is the honor society for theatre people. Membership is by induction only, which can be earned through active participation in high school theatre. 
WHEN: Mondays @ 3:40-4:30
WHERE: Room 805
Email Robin Clayton for more information. 

 

 

Key Club
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
WHEN: Second Thursday of the Month
WHERE: Media Center
AHS Key Club Website

Leadership Club
Leadership Club is an opportunity for students to strengthen and showcase their leadership abilities. Students will organize and execute events, such as fundraisers for community organizations and service projects.
WHEN: Mondays @ 3:45 pm
WHERE: Room 409
Email Taylor Thomas for more information.

Library Book Club 

Literary Club 

Marine Science Programs 

Math Team
Preparation for mathematics competitions.
WHEN: Monthly (Fridays)
WHERE: Room 608
Email Pam Highsmith for more information.

National Ocean Science Bowl 
Students in the Marine Science Academy and Cohort meet to prepare for National Ocean Science Bowl Competition in February.
WHEN: Tuesdays @ 3:30 starting in the fall
WHERE: Room 419
Email Lauren Thompson for more information

National Technical Honor Society 

NC Science Fair 

Photography & Public Relations
The Photography and Public Relations club is active with approximately 20 members currently participating. We meet once a month to learn more about photography, listen to presentations, critique each other’s images, and discover new ways to make photographs.
WHEN: Tuesdays @ 3:34
WHERE: 315
Email Matilda Scott for more information.

Pride Club 

Prom Committee 
This committee helps make decisions regarding prom specifics and helps with preparations leading up to prom. Prom committee cannot be joined mid-year as most of the decisions are made in September and October. Students wishing to be a part of prom committee must attend the first meeting, or contact Mrs. Clayton before the second meeting.
WHEN: As needed, typically one Tuesday a month after school.
WHERE: 805
Email Robin Clayton for more information

Science Olympiad 2019 

Senior Legacy Club 

S.I.S (Society of Inspiring Sisters)
Girls empowering girls.
WHEN: Wenesdays @ 3:30 - 4:30
WHERE: Room 509
Email Jennifer Blunier for more information.

Spanish Club 
To provide an authentic setting for people devoted to learning the Spanish language and culture. To encourage language learners to delve into the culture of the Spanish speaking peoples. The club meets every 6-8 weeks in room 310.
Email April Kincaid for more information.

Spanish Honor Society 

STAE Club 

Student Council 

Talon Trading School Store
The club members operate the school store. Members must be in the CTE business or marketing program.
WHEN: Daily
WHERE: Main Hallway
Contact Tony Melvin for more information.

TedEd 
Students will meet and work independently to create their own Ted style presentation. Talks will be showcased in the Spring to raise money for individual Departments or Clubs.
WHEN: Tuesdays @ 3:30
WHERE: Room 419
Email Lauren Thompson for more information.

Wings Club 
We support student athletes and provide school spirit at athletic events.
WHEN: Mondays
WHERE: 105A
Email Brian Stewart for more information.

Yearbook 

Young Life