Special Interests Clubs


Anime Club

Sponsor: Patrick Hair
President: Alex Osborn
Vice President: Parker Winn
Secretary: Charlese Andrews 
Treasurer: Madison Scott

The goals of the Anime Club are to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese animation and Japanese culture. Any Mosley student may join. Anime Club tries to find one regional convention each year to attend. A typical meeting includes watching anime and discussing the characters, plot, and overall storyline of the anime. Students are encouraged to share anime they have enjoyed with others in the club in hopes of providing a new interest for fellow members.

Updated: 10/17/2017


Art Club

Sponsor: Caroyln Sickerman
President: Cassie Taylor 
Vice President: Hailey Sullivan 
Secretary: Molly Grace 
Treasurer: Sarah Wingler

Application and Dues required, along with a love of art!
Community Service projects and school support through the arts.
Make posters and other stuff for games
Paint walls for places
Have fun booths at events

Updated: 10/04/2017


Book Club

Sponsor: Erica Seeuwen
President: Katie Platt
Vice President: Victoria Vadell
Secretary: Peyton Bailey
Historian: Emily Connors & Aaliyah Julius

Book club is a fun and interactive organization whose purpose is to read and discuss books of the club’s choice. Book club also has an annual book drive to benefit a local high-needs school.

Updated: 10/04/2017


Band

Sponsor: Andrew Barrera
President: Lindsey Beauchamp
Vice President: Victoria Vadell

The band performs at all football games to cheer on the football players! They also perform during halftime.

Updated: 10/04/2017


Bible Club

Sponsor: Marcus Sale
President: Matthew Eggimann
Vice President: Drew Guy
Secretary: Savannah Carr
Treasurer: Daniel Harbison
Historian: Benjamin Noren

Bible club is an interactive club whose goal is to spread the word of God one message at a time! No requirements to join and all are welcomed!

Updated Oct. 10, 2017


Chess Club

Sponsor: Marcus Sale
President: Charles Barber
Vice President: Lewis Bromer 
Secretary: Rebecca Young 
Treasurer: Xander Blunt

Every Friday afternoon we play chess. If you don’t know how to play, don’t worry, we teach! Just show up and play. We meet in room 520

Updated: 10/17/2017


Choir

Sponsor: Jody Schnell
President: Elena Hutchinson
Vice President:  Hailey Anderson
Historian: Arianna Barker
Section Leaders: Andrew Tinch, Edwin Cuida, Hailey Anderson, Elena Hutchison

Choir is a co-curricular program that incorporates opportunities for singing both in the academic day and after school activities.

Updated: 10/13/2017


Chronically Strong

Sponsor: Mrs. Mandy / Mrs. Bennett / Mrs. Chesser
President: Emily Hobbs
Vice President: Tiffany Tindell
Secretary:
Treasurer:

An outlet and safe place for teens with chronic illnesses to come and vent and to be with supportive non-judgemental people.


Dance Team

Sponsor: Hannah Monthie Stewart
President: Ellie Stopka

Dance Team performs at Basketball games and an audition must be passed in order to join.

Updated: 10/11/2017


Drama Club

Sponsor: Bruce Taws
President: Josie Adsit
Vice President: Paola Ruiz

Secretary:  Taylor Campbell 
Treasurer: Madison Howell 
Historian: Anna Zipes & Greenlee Walters
Publicity: Dakota Broome & Zack Mashcal

Mosley Drama supports the various theatrical productions throughout the year, including our fall show, The Crucible; Our Spring musical, Mary Poppins; and our musical theater class production of Singin’ in The Rain jr. A 2.0 GPA is required to join.

Updated: 10/04/2017


Environmental Club

Sponsor: Lois Walsh
President: Kaitlyn Weaver
Vice President: Ella Swigler
Secretary: Jack Alford

Environmental Club performs community service projects to help the Earth.

Updated: 10/12/2017


FCA (Fellowship Of Christian Athletes)

Sponsor: Bryan Daniels
President: Ella Swigler
Vice President: John “Tank” Miller
Leadership team: Matt Stevenson, Rebecca Salazar, and Nate Schreyer

Description: FCA is an international parachurch ministry that exists to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. Mosley’s FCA meets every Friday 8 AM in the gym for a devotional and fellowship. Everyone is welcome. No dues are required to join – everyone is welcome.

Updated: 10/04/2017


FCS (Fellowship of Christian Students)

Sponsor: Matt Teplicek
President: Laurabelle Corbin
Vice President: Sarah Grace Wirrick
Treasurer: Hannah Baggett
Secretary: Ali Payne 
Historian: Hayden Henneberg 

FCS serves to bring the light of Jesus into the hearts of the student body. There are dues that are encouraged but not required to be in the club; 10$. We meet every Tuesday to worship and eat donuts.

Updated: 10/04/2017


First Mates/Color Guard

Sponsor: Andrew Barrera
President: Sarah Grace Wirrick

Vice President: Jenna Lance
Secretary: Cassidy Holloway
Treasurer: Ethan Tyler

The First Mates perform at all football games to cheer on the football players. There are try outs required to join the team.

Updated: 10/12/2017


Gay Straight Alliance

Sponsor:Jenny Collier

Gay Straight Alliance is a group of students who want to build a more knowledgeable, inclusive, and supportive environment for all members of the Mosley community. Membership is welcome to all students– LBGT, friends and allies– who seek to make Mosley a safe and positive place for everyone.

Updated: 10/17/2017


Mosley Pre-Med (Health Occupations Students of America) (HOSA)

Sponsor: Dr. John Wade
President: Markayla Jones 
Vice President: Paola Ruiz
Secretary: Sade Hernandez
Treasurer: Rebecca Salazar

Historian: Madison Burnett
Reporter: Jayneece Kennedy

The purpose of this club is to prepare students who are interested in a career in the health care profession. there are monthly pre-med mornings with dissections where health care professionals in our local area meet with the students to give them a first hand look at what they do in their line of work. Students are required to maintain a 3.0 GPA (incoming freshman are accepted and evaluated at the end of their freshman year).

Updated: 10/04/2017


Model United Nations Debate Club

Sponsor: Mrs. Seeley
President: Paris Kemeny
Vice President: Elena Harbison
Secretary: Dane Harbison
Treasurer: Jadon Gartman

Mosley Model United Nations Debate Team is a fun fast paced club where students learn the art of debate. Students role play as international delegates and simulate U.N committees. The top debaters will go to the University of Miami’s Spring conference to compete against 500 international students. The club is open to everyone and works to prepare students in public-speaking which they will use their whole life!

Updated: 10/11/2017


Next Generation

Sponsor: Tidwell & Hall
President: Kaylin Branning
Vice President: Jacob Pickle
Secretary: Elena Hutchinson
Treasurer: Abby Shepard

Next Generation aims to build meaningful relationships with students through life lesson applicable to daily life.

Updated: 10/12/2017


Never thirst

Sponsor: Barbara Lucas
President:Caylee Smith
Vice President: Thomas Stone
Secretary: Peyton Breland
Treasurer: JD kelther
Historian: Kassidy Stringer, Amelia Oliver

The Mosley Never Thirst Club raises $3,000+ a year to build a well in Africa, India, or Cambodia. Club members help us raise the money by participating in selling t-shirt ads, or participating in our various fundraisers.

Updated: 10/04/2017


Outdoor Ed. Club

Sponsor:Coach Wilkie
President: Kurtis Knight
Vice President: Destiny Ortiz 
Secretary: Emily Cobb
Treasurer: Madison Churchwell
Sgt. of Arms – Dodge Seay

Promote the outdoors. Must attend all meetings, pay dues, and be an active member.

Updated: 10/17/2017


Peer Buddy Club

Sponsor:Kelly Daniels
President: McKenna Blanks
Vice President: Kyla Dyes
Treasurer: Gracie Bass 
Secretary: Marwa Pippin 
Historian: Cassidy Hobbs &Courtney Hulsman 
Fundraising: Daniel Odom  
Events: Khiley Petron 

The goal of our club is to help students with disabilities form friendships with their peers. We have parties, play games, and socialize. Also, we participate in the buddy walk for Down’s Syndrome every November and in the Bay County area games for Special Olympics every spring.


Pep Club

Sponsor: Matt Teplicek 
President: Gavin Ritchings
Vice President: Mason Raines

Pep Club helps support Mosley’s Athletic Teams. We travel to various away games and provide the school body with themes to show unity in support of our athletics.

Updated: 10/04/2017


Poseidon Yearbook Club

Sponsor: Missy Guynn
President: Lindsey Beauchamp
Vice President: Molly Grace Bradford

Yearbook is a club as well as a class that requires students to maintain high grades as well as attendance to create the Mosley Yearbook each year.

Updated: 10/04/2017


S.A.A.C (Students Against Animal Cruelty)

Sponsor: Stacy Brady
President: Chrystina Kindos
Vice President:Sierra Kieth
Secretary:Emily Mckinley
Treasurer: Hailey Smith
Historian:Sydney Clifton

Volunteer at Humane Society and raising awareness. T-shirts are 15$ (Club dues included)


Semper Fi

Sponsor: Beth Piccolo 
President: Spence Jordan
Vice President: Allysa Chesterfield
Treasurer: Penny Swanson
Secretary: Sade Hernandez
Historian: Dane Harbison

JROTC is an elective class/club which meets the graduation requirement for physical education. Cadets are also provided an opportunity to assist in their community through program sponsored “civic service” activities, participate on drill, color guard, rifle and physical training teams.
JROTC provides regular feedback on how well the Cadet is doing in the form of promotions and military type awards.
Additionally, many students indicate that the friendships they make while a Cadet are some of the most steadfast associations they have while in high school. Cadets develop physical and mental toughness.Finally, while this is not a military recruitment program, some Cadets choose to serve our nation in a branch of the armed forces. Those Cadets completing just two years of Junior ROTC can enter the service at a higher rank and pay.

Updated: 10/04/2017


S2S (Students 2 students)

Sponsor: Jenny Collier
President: Alex Kledzik
Vice President: Kyra Kooley
Secretary: Hannah Platt
Treasurer: Lianna Jones
Activities Board: Victoria Vadell & Alexia Betances

Most military-connected students move six to nine times during their school years. Feeling like the perpetual “new kid” can be stressful- Just finding someone to eat lunch with can make a difference. Encouraging 100% acceptance is a hallmark of this successful club that brings military-connected civilian kids together. The group welcomes incoming students to Mosley, and helps departing students prepare for their next school.

Updated: 10/17/2017


SWAT (Students Working Against Tobacco)

Sponsor: Leslie Lisenbee
President: Ryan Bird
Vice President: Brandon Fester and Ashelynn Allgood
Secretary: Emily House and Julia Sloan


Youth Alive

Sponsor:Melody Bass
President:Luke Cornelius
Vice President:Gracie Frederickson
Secretary: Page Frederickson
Treasurer:Emma Beck
Historian: Taylor Gay

Youth Alive is a club meant to be a place where students can build a relationship with God but also their peers.Our goal is to reach out within or school and community with the love of Christ and show the positive impacts of a relationship with God through acts of kindness and friendship.

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