Clubs and Honor Societies

**Catalog of Mt. Hebron Clubs & Activities for 2016-2017**

Please view the attached catalog of all Clubs and Activties offered at Mt. Hebron this year!

Class of 2020

Meetings will begin promptly after school on Wednesdays in Room 232.  Athletes will be dismissed at 2:40.  All freshmen are welcome to attend meetings and volunteer at class-sponsored events.

Dance Company/Junior Company

The Dance Company is the highest level of dance offered at Mt. Hebron High School. Advanced dancers audition to be selected for this class, which functions as both a curricular subject and an extracurricular activity. While many of the rehearsals take place in class during the school day, many performances are scheduled in the evening hours. Dance Company averages approximately two performances per month. Company members also participate in a variety of fund raising activities and assist with behind the scenes work.

Delta Scholars

We are the Mt Hebron Branch of the Delta Scholars, in collaboration with the Delta Sigma Theta sorority. The Delta Scholars was created to promote continued academic excellence in young ladies in grades 10-12 with a GPA of 3.0 or better. The Delta Scholars also have the opportunity to develop/refine leadership skills through the various projects, events and community service activities throughout the year.

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French Club

French Club meets every third Tuesday.

Key Club

Learn more about Key Club here.

Model United Nations

Model United Nations (MUN) is a speech and debate activity in which students take the part of political and diplomatic leaders of states while role-playing their interactions in the United Nations, in crisis situations, in historic events, and other international relations scenarios.

National English Honor Society

High School honor society devoted to recognizing student achievement and merits in the various fields of English.

A video of the NEHS induction ceremony can be found here.

National Honor Society

The Mount Hebron Chapter of the National Honor Society is an organization promoting appropriate recognition for outstanding juniors and seniors.  The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service to the school and community, to promote leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the students at Mount Hebron High School.  You can learn more by visiting the National Honor Society page of the MHHS website.

Sign Language Club

American Sign Language

The Mountain - Mount Hebron Newspaper

Student-run newspaper that runs stories on student interests, sports, and editorial features.

Viking Service Club

What is the Viking Service Club?

The Viking Service Club is a service based organization that involves monthly meetings and outreach opportunities. 

Outreach opportunities include but are not limited to:

- Sandwich making for Grass Roots

-Campus Clean-up,

-Coat Drive

-Change Matters

-Project Linus  (Blanket Making for the Homeless)

-Operation Gratitude (Appreciation Letters to the Military)

- Valentines for Nursing Home Members