Mead High offers a variety of extracurricular activities that foster meaningful relationships, academic achievement and individual pride for students. We believe being part of the school environment is an integral part of contributing to our community and the success of each student.
Board Policy Related to Student Organizations
- JJA-1 Curriculum Related Student Organizations
- JJA-2 – Student Organizations – Open Forum
- JJA-2-E – Request for Building Use by Non-Curricular Student Groups
- JJA-2-R – Non-Curricular Student Organizations (Secondary Schools)
Readers are welcome to join us as we read one novel per month together. We also discuss other books we’ve read, are reading, or want to read. We attend several out-of-school activities throughout the year including the Colorado Teen Literature Conference. We give readers a space to be themselves and discuss topics, characters, and books they love — we also contribute to a community of literacy.
Every Friday in B122 (Keohler’s room)
FCCLA promotes personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. We focus on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner, and community leader, members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and career preparation.
This club is for any student who loves movies and is interested in broadening their knowledge about them. We provide a welcome place for all students to relax while enjoying a movie and also to build friendships and be educated on the art form.
FBLA helps students learn a variety of skills required for success in business (leadership focus), and enhance the abilities and numbers of Business Leaders.
Link Crew are Junior and Senior mentors who welcome freshmen and new students to Mead High School, especially on their first day of school. Based on the idea that students can help students succeed, Link Crew Leaders help freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful at Mead High School. Link Crew promotes leadership, success, connection, community, and school spirit for students from a wide range of backgrounds, abilities, interests, and more.
Meeting Times: Spring- Applications due (available on Schoology)
Summer- Training and decorating school; Foreign Exchange welcome activities; Transition Summer Program activities…
Fall- Welcome students on the first day of school, big and small group activities
Throughout the School year- continue to connect and lead with Link Crew Groups through Advisory etc
The LatinX Club supports students with Latinx heritage via fun activities, discussions and action. Strengthens student relationships with the community via outreach, volunteering and advocacy campaigns.
Meets once per month for lunch in G216.
Outdoors Club is for the student who loves (or wants to learn about) adventuring outdoors! Previous outings include hiking, snowshoeing, and bouldering; ideas for all kinds of outdoor activities are welcome. Use the code QSND-S59V-6FHMN to join our Schoology group for updates about meetings and outings.
Meeting dates & times TBD.
For any student that wants to expand on computer science and engineering skills. Students will be designing, building and programming a robot to compete in several competitions.We develop strategy and build robots based on sound engineering principles that inspire young people towards careers in science, technology, math and education (STEM). Students will develop problem-solving, organizational and team-building skills.
We focus on serving/doing good in our own community and in the world at large by doing at least one community service project every month.
Every Thursday at lunch (beginning 8/30)
We connect students with disabilities with students without disabilities, creating social experiences inside and outside of the school. We meet twice a month at lunch to plan events and do activities. We also do the Spread the Word to End the Word campaign and other activities to spread awareness about people with disabilities and inclusion. We do 1 social event outside of school a month.
We are a chartered troupe as part of the International Thespian Society and sponsor local theatrical events.
Perform. Lead. Serve. Tri-M is the only national music honor society in America. Through performance and community service, students will develop leadership skills and friendships.
Meeting times: Tuesday A days in the Orchestra Room (B132). Official start date TBD.