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Clubs and Organizations

ORGANIZATIONSPONSORSMISSION STATEMENTLOCATION
Academic TeamVanessa McIntireAcademic Team-Prepare for Academic Bowl
competitions across the state.
E121
Anime/Fandom ClubValorey Berry
Evan Whitaker
To give students a place to connect over their shared artistic interest in anime and other genre art forms. Students participate in anime related games as well as discussing fan theories and designing and creating costumes.K107
Archery ClubJared HomerTo become better archers and potentially go on to complete in the state tournament. Archery club allows student who do not have the class the opportunity to become familiar with archery equipment.Old P.E. Building

Every Monday and Friday 7:40am - 8:30am
Art ClubVanessa McIntireArt Club Mission – Enriching the member’s lives by exposure to and involvement in art at school, the community, and the state.E121
Boys Volleyball ClubAlexander Stewart

To provide the students with an opportunity to participate in a sport not offered at MHS. The club is recreational and plans to help students learn and play the sport of volleyball safely.


G206
Business Professionals of America (BPA)Erin FranetovichThe mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills. BPA is a division of Career Tech. The club focuses on business networking through the sponsored BPA events set forth by the BPA division. Members are encouraged to apply for officer positions within the club.K101
CheerCaitlin WalkerThe purpose of our Spirit Squad here at Mustang High School is to promote school spirit, support various organized activities, represent the school, and provide positive leadership in all aspects of school life. This squad will promote and encourage.Event Center
Chess ClubKarl DowellTo enjoy and learn the game of Chess. 
Media Center
Chick-Fil-A Leader AcademyAlecia Day
Cindy Fast
Our motto is Impact Through Action, and our goal is to inspire every student to make a difference in their school and community.  
J Conference
Cinema ClubJason KimmellA group dedicated to discussing our favorite movies and watching movies together to discuss at meetings. 
J109

Fridays after school
Color GuardRyan EdgmonMHS Color Guard is dedicated to providing a
positive and healthy environment that encourages creativity, unity, acceptance, guidance, and self- confidence to achieve excellence in dance and visual musicality.
Band
DECACarrie MillerDECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.F125
Diversity ClubCaitlin WalkerDiversify your narrative.J Conference
Environmental ClubKelly NobleMustang Eco Club strives to promote and educate environmental awareness to others in our community and school. 
S102

Twice a month on Fridays
FCAAnna WinnFellowship Of Christian AthletesMedia Center
FCCLA 9th – 12thDonette Yeilding
Jacqueline Harrison
Kristin Pumford
Marinda Story
FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)is a National Career Tech student organization that provides personal growth, leadership development and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences courses.E120
FFA
Alecia Symes
Scott Stevens
Nicole Stevens
Mustang 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 and leadership activities.
VoAg Building
Fishing ClubMike MeledeoTo help our youth better understand and properly
use fishing equipment and different types of fishing.
E123
Guitar ClubMike MeledeoTeach our youth how to play guitar – a life-long activity.E123
Jazz BandRyan EdgmonThe mission of the MHS Jazz Band is to developing each student an appreciation of the art of musicians a part of general culture; to teach techniques of musical expression; to discover and develop the talents of students in all styles of music; to develop knowledge and skills in listening to all styles of music and in reading performing all styles of musicBand
JROTC Army Battalion Omar JonesThe U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. JROTC’s mission, "To Motivate Young People to be Better Citizens", is the guide post for the program’s success.JROTC building
Key ClubTrena Rogers
Sarah Carnes
Key Club "Kiwanis Empowering Youth" is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
K104

Alt. Tuesdays am. & pm
Multicultural ClubRose ChavezTo bring students of Mustang High School together in order to recognize their own culture and learn about cultures within our own school.G205
National Honor SocietyOlivia Bennett
Tom Garner
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s
premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921. Any student in grades 10 through 12 is eligible for consideration for membership in the
National Honor Society.
J106 or J Conference
NewspaperDeana SilkThe MHS Remuda News highlights the current
events of the school while improving individual student growth in various journalistic styles of writing.
E104
Robotics Club
Matt Moore
Jessica Holman
Tom Garner

To show students and our community the possibilities of a career in engineering through participation in fun and high profile engineering and robotics contests. 
F124 - Robotics Lab
POMDanielle WeeksThe purpose of our Spirit Squad here at Mustang
High School is to promote school spirit, support various organized activities, represent the school, and provide positive leadership in all aspects of school life.
Wellness Center
SAGA
(Sexuality and Gender Acceptance)
Thomas TeagueTo encourage young people of the LGBT
community and allies to accept themselves and others. Aim to help these students by engaging in respectful discussions about the troubles students in the LGBT community face and how to solve them. Our main goal is to create a safe place for students
to come and feel welcomed and accepted for who they are.
C209
Spanish Honor SocietyRose ChavezTo develop and continue the student’s interest in language and service to their fellow Spanish peers and community.G205
Student Council (STUCO)Nick HendricksMHS Student Council plans assemblies, spirit weeks and focuses on improving school climate through other activities and events. Additionally, we hold our annual philanthropy event, BEAST Week, in which we involve the school and community to help fundraise for our recipients who are facing hard life challenges. Student Council welcomes all students at MHS; applications open in August and January.J Conference
Technology Student Association (TSA)Jessica HolmanTSA enhances personal development, leadership and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions and related programs.F124 - Robotics Lab
Tribal Nations Together - Native American Culture ClubMark Webb To promote Native culture and to provide resources to Native students. We want to share and promote culturally accurate history and activities. You do not have to be Native to join, everyone is welcome. S104

Twice a month.
8:15 am and during all 3 upperclassmen lunches.
Unified Club Partners and AthletesCherie MillerTo unite students with and without disabilities
through social activities, sports training and competition. The goal is to build student character, increase acceptance of disabilities and develop leadership skills and enhance the whole school community.
E109

1st Tuesday of each month at 8:00am & 3:45pm
Yearbook Deana SilkThe yearbook staff works to capture MHS at its greatest.  Students photograph, caption and create the yearbook to be a piece of history for all high school students to be proud of.  E104
Young Democrats of MHSSarah Carnes To provide a platform for young people to become more involved in their political party. The Young Democrats of MHS will act as a community that strives to learn about important issues and act as a conductor through which students can voice their opinions on these issues. The Democratic Party’s movement and ideologies will be the main object of this club through knowledge and proactive actions.K108