• ECHS Clubs and Organizations
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    ACE Organization
     Organization to explain architecture, construction management, and engineering to students with an interest in these areas for a career.
    Alternating Mondays
    4:30 - 6:30
    Room 1302
    Contacts: Gomez, Kavanagh
    Anime Club
    Celebrating everything Anime!
    Room 2248
    Contact: Beltran
     Art Club
    Art Club
    Create and promote art in school and community.
    8:00 and 4:15 (Art Cafe)
    Room 2106
    Contact: Hierholzer
    AVID Club
    AVID Club is a college and career readiness club that is open to all ECHS students. AVID's mission is to close the achievement and opportunity gap by preparing ALL students for college readiness and success in a global society. We focus on study skills, successful habits, volunteer opportunities and college visits. 
    1st and 3rd Wednesday of the Month
    8:00 and 4:15
    Room 2142
    Contact: Delgado
    Band Boosters Club
    Band Boosters Club
    Parent and Community support group for the ECHS Band.
    BETA Club
    The Beta Club is a nationally recognized honor club. With a qualifying GPA, students can earn volunteer credit, develop character skills, and engage in extra-curricular activities. 
    2nd and 4th Tuesdays
    Room 2413
    Contact: Lewis-Harris
    Club Life  
    Campus Life
    Room 2221
    Contact: Lascano
    Open to choral/vocal music students. 
    During Class and After School
    Rm 5209
    Contact: Skyrm
    Cyber Patriot
    Learn how to support computer systems and do reverse hacking.
    Tuesday and Friday
    Library Lab 2 (2173)
    Contact: Ceasor
    Debate Club and Original Oratory
    We research and argue important current issues. Great for improving your research, writing and logic skills. 
    " Students deliver a self-written, ten-minute speech on a topic of their choosing. Limited in their ability to quote words directly, competitors craft an argument using evidence, logic, and emotional appeals. Topics range widely, and can be informative or persuasive in nature. The speech is delivered from memory."
    Debate club meets Tuesday mornings
    7:45 in 2280, and 4:15 in 2280 for practice
    Contact: Toney
    East Central Cheerleaders
    We are a spirited group of athletes that support our athletic teams by cheering at their games. We also have a squad that competes on the national stage in Dallas. 
    During Class and After School
    South Campus Gym
    Contact: Earthman
    EC Auto Club
    EC Auto Club
    Come join us as we talk about all things automotive!
    EC Green Team Logo  
     EC Green Team
    An environmental group focusing on raising awareness of Environmental Issues in our community and across the planet.
    Room 2260
    Contact: Miller
    EC Music Business
    EC Music Business Association
    Provides event production training/internships for students with community partners.
    During Class
    Rm 5209
    Contact: Mize
     Electrathon Team
    Electrathon Team
    We design, build, and race electric vehicles. 
    3-Time ACE Race Champs
    1st Place at Emerald Coast Electrathon in Pensacola, Florida  
    John Glenn Shop: Tues/Thurs
    4:30-7:00 (Spring Semester)
    Contact: Forrest Hawthorn, Charles Hopper
  • FBLA
    Future Business Leaders of America
    8:00 and 4:15
    Room 1305
    Contact: Lewis and Grund
    Future CCLA
    A club that focuses on Family, Careers, Community and Leadership opportunities. 
    For students involved in AgriScience Classes
    1st Tuesday of the Month
    7:00 PM
    Cafe or Ag Building
    Contact:  Kempen, Kempen
     Floral Design Club
    Floral Design Club
    Every day
    During Class
    Room 4105
    Contact: Kempen
    The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program. *Meeting times vary and we always have a paper copy.
     2nd and 4th Thursday
    8:15 or 4:15
    Room 2231
    Contact: Pease
     Bible Study
    Room 3102
    Contact: Segura
    Community Service Opportunities
     Every Other Wednesday
    Room 2170
    Contact: Anderson
    International Culture Club
    Students get the opportunity to learn about different cultures. Students love being able to learn new facts about the culture and best of all, having the opportunity to try a different food that is related to it.
    Room 2175
    Contact: Mireles
    To motivate young people to be better citizens.
    During Class and After School
    JROTC Room
    Contact: Ceasor, Spaulding, or Leota
    JrROTC Booster Club
    JrRotc Booster Club
    Supporting the students and community of ECHS JrRotc
    National Art Honor Society
     Recognize student's talents in art and promote art in school and community.
    8:00 and 4:15 (Art Cafe)
    Room 2106
    Contact: Hierholzer
    National Honor Society
     Membership is by invitation only and is based upon a cumulative GPA of 90.0 or higher, a clean discipline record, and teacher referrals. The focus of NHS is scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
    Wednesday or Friday
    Twice a Month
    Room 2206
    Contact: E. Miller and S. Serrano
    PALS Logo
    Peer Assistance Leadership & Service. PALS is a club and class for Juniors and Seniors dedicated to service to their school and community. Our PALS organize service projects on the ECHS campus on a monthly basis, help new students adjust to ECHS and mentor younger students in the district's elementary and intermediate schools. To be a PAL the student would have to fill out an application that includes teacher recommendations and an interview process. No more than 25 PALS are chosen per school year.
    During Class
    Room 3107
    Contact: Moxley
    Odyssey of the Mind
    Odyssey of the Mind
    We use our creativity to solve problems and compete with our ideas against other teams across the state.
    4:15 - 5:00
    John Glenn Cafe
    Contact: Benson
    The PTSA's goal is to support students and teachers and to provide scholarships and grants.
    First Thursday of September, December, February, March and May
    Contact: Weddel
    Hornet Logo
    Students meet after school to build and program a robot to compete in VEX competitions during the spring semester.
    Contact: Pond
    Senior Class
     Senior Class
    Keep up with all the happenings of the Senior Class here! 
    Skills Culinary Team
    Skills USA is a partnership of students, teacher and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled culinary workforce.
    Team 1
    Culinary Kitchen
    Contact: Falcon
    Team 2
    Culinary Kitchen
    Contact: George or Mize
    Skills USA Construction Tech
    Skills USA: Construction Technology
    Skills USA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled construction workforce.
    400 Portable at South Campus
    Skills USA Fashion
     Sills USA: Fashion
    Skills USA Fashion is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure a skilled workforce in fashion industry related competitions.
    Room 2211
    Skills USA Law Enforcement Club
    To gain experience in Law Enforcement procedures.
    Room 3210
    Contact:  Juarez 
    Spanish Honor Society
    The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. In order to continue with the education of Language and education of the cultures.
     2nd Wednesday of the Month
    8:15 or 4:10
    Room 2234
    Contact: Flores or DeLaGarza
    Speech and Debate
    Speech and Debate Club
    The one thing people fear more than death, and we do it for fun.
    Students meet to discuss science, technology, engineering and mathematics. There are field trips, competitions and activities throughout the year.
    Student Council
    Student Council
    Student representative body of East Central High School
    8:05 and 4:10
    Room 2265
    Contact: Alvarado or Johnson
    TAFE stands for Texas Association of Future Educators at the Texas level and the National level- Educators Rising. TAFE is geared towards any student that would like to work in the education field after high school.
     We are the vocational training program. We encourage community participation through job coaching in the activities that we participate in
    ECHS Theatre
    Theater Club
    We use theatrical experiences to make friends, build community, and provide welcoming spaces for all students.
    UIL Academics
    UIL Academics
     We compete in competitions designed around various academic subjects. Colleges love to see successful UIL Academic experiences on resumes.
    UIL Science
    Competitive Science Team
    Yearbook/Buzz (School Newspaper)
    Do you like to write and be part of the action? Then come see what Yearbook and The Buzz are all about! We need writers, photographer, graphic designers and more!