Clubs at RCHS are open to all students and are driven by student interests. A student-initiated club can be started by completing a Club Charter form and being sponsored by a faculty member. This form must be completed annually to maintain the continuation of a club. You can find the Club Charter form on the Activities Info page.
The following are the 2018-2019 Clubs and Activities. This list will be updated as the school year progresses. If you are interested in joining a club or activity, ask the club Sponsor for more information.
Sign language is a universal language that can bring people together and allow opportunities for students to make more connections. The purpose of the Club is to provide an interest in sign language with the potential of eventually starting a new class at RCHS.
Faculty Sponsor: Nehemiah Hanson
Brain Bowl is an academic competition in which teams are pitted against one another. A moderator reads questions from four subject areas including humanities, mathematics, natural science and social sciences. The RCHS Brain Bowl Team’s goal is to compete in the NAQT held in Boulder, CO each March
Faculty Sponsor: Jeff Nichols
To bring Cane’s Chicken to the school and provide it to people who aren’t able to get it on their own because they are underclassmen, don’t own a car, or simply don’t want to use the gas to get to the restaurant.
Faculty Sponsor: Brian Lamb
The U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) program is a chemistry competition for high school students. The purpose of the competition is to stimulate young people to achieve excellence in chemistry. The Club’s purpose is to practice and perfect our chemistry test taking skills and compete.
Faculty Sponsor: Dave Ferguson
To enlighten, engage and teach others to love chess. Teaching new moves and strategies such as the Queen’s Gambit and others. Chess boards provided. To compete in tournaments.
Faculty Sponsor: Bryan Winkelman
To raise awareness for good decision making when driving and in social situations regarding transportation. Partner with Denver Metro Teen Driver’s (DMTD) at Children’s Hospital Colorado and follow their program for activities throughout the school year.
Faculty Sponsor: Christina Geis
Our purpose is to enhance our drawing skills by sketching our favorite TV shows, cartoons, etc. A time to do what we love and hang out with other students. Club members will bring their own drawing materials.
Faculty Sponsor: Kennetha Miller
To help students who have an interest in video games, have a safe place to play and meet others. Eventually the Club would like to compete in competitive events against other high school esports teams.
Faculty Sponsor: Kyler Barker
To empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) and allied students to combat bullying in their schools. To provide a safe place for these students to meet, support each other and educate their peers to end homophobia and transphobia in schools.
Faculty Sponsor: Margaret Motz
Hands for Hands was originally started to address the issue of homeless students at Rock Canyon High School. We are in contact with our social workers at RC and a church in order to better support the needs of the local community.
Faculty Sponsor: Doreen Smith
To organize a Rock Canyon HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) chapter for students to participate in HOSA affiliated competitions. Introduce students to medical field professions
Faculty Sponsor: Kerry Hinton
(formerly Amnesty International )
Students advocate for human rights on a local, national, and international level by pairing with Amnesty International. Students decide on human rights issues that they feel passionate about and find ways to advocate for human rights violations concerning those issues.
Faculty Sponsor: Leah Fairchild
To exercise math abilities that are outside the normal realm of content taught math. It requires a lot of problem solving skills and “thinking outside the box”. State and Nation wide competitions is how we exercise these skills.
Faculty Sponsor: Erynn Albert
We make comfort totes for children who have been removed from their homes due to neglect and/or abuse issues. We also aim to spread positivity around the Rock Canyon Community.
Faculty Sponsor: Hannah Shear
To get together with other students who are interested in skiing and snowboarding, to watch ski movies, to discuss the hobby and eventually create meetups for students to ski/snowboard.
Faculty Sponsor: Kate Herrin
To bring together ski enthusiasts and learn/share more about the sport. To talk about skiing, resort conditions, new gear available, and to set up possible meet up dates.
Faculty Sponsor: Sanae Poppelwell
UNICEF High School Clubs partner with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate, and fundraise – work that is vital to UNICEF’s ability to save children in 190 countries around the globe.
Faculty Sponsor: Margaret Motz
Activities involve some sort of performance, competition, or service to the community. Some activities are associated with a course during the school day which may be a requirement for participation. Many of these activities are also regulated by CHSAA because the student is scored, ranked or rated in competition.
Click the faculty sponsor name to email the sponsor.
ACTIVITY – FACULTY SPONSOR
- DECA – Janna Robinett
- Drama Productions – Cindy Baker
- FBLA – Allison Doe
- Key Club – Hannah Shear/Leah Fairchild
- Link Crew – Karly Bloom/Hannah Shear
- Mock Trial – Karen Bukowski
- Speech & Debate – Dayna Moore/Mary Burnham
- TSA – Technology Student Association – Nikki Dobos/Kyler Barker