A club is an association of two or more people united by a common interest or goal. Clubs are a great way to meet new people and learn about different groups of people and how to get along with them. Being a part of a club also shows that you are a member of a diverse, democratic society and therefore looks great when it is added to a resumé or college application.
Case High School has many clubs to grab the interest and utilize the talents of our individual students.
Welcome to Anime Kingdom!
Anime is a style of animation originating in Japan, characterized by colorful graphics and often featuring themes intended for an adult audience. The word is the Japanese abbreviated pronunciation of "animation." In our club we learn about anime and Japanese culture as well as develop an appreciation for the art form.
Advisor: Mr. Haisler
Meetings: Thursdays at 2:45 p.m., in the wood shop
John Brooks: 631-7045 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Requirements: All skill levels are Welcome
Dues: $70.00 per person
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. at Paradise West. If you can't make the first practice, we'll still be glad to have you.
Case High School students, if you are interested in doing some competitive bowling, and/or want to improve your bowling abilities and have lots of fun while doing so, stop on out and see what High School Bowling is all about. All skill levels are welcome.
The current coaches are listed above and the remainder of the coaching staff is yet to be determined. Help from parents is always welcome.
Advisor: Mike Hoecherl
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Fridays, Lunch Hours, @ Burger King
Campus Life High School ministry combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. Like every ministry of YFC, Campus Life seeks to engage these young people wherever they are found as lifelong followers of Jesus Christ.
Case Pals for Kids
Be a tutor or mentor at Julian Thomas Elementary School.
Advisor: Terry Hyduke
Qualifications: Background Check
Meetings: Tuesdays, 3-5pm, room 172
Advisor: Nancy Hoff
Requirements: Computer Applications or Desktop
Meetings: Room 209, listen for announcements or visit the Case Calendar page
Criminal Justice Club
Are you interested in a career within law enforcement?
Case Criminal Justice Club (CCJC) is a club that focuses on the careers of first responders. Club members will get the opportunity to observe and participate in activities commonly performed by law enforcement.
- Crime Scene Processing
- Finger Print Collection
- K9 Unit Demonstrations
- CCJC Scholarship
- Much More!!!
Advisor: Officer Nick Bjelajac (262) 619-4612
Qualifications: Good student with a 2.4 GPA
Meetings: Every Tuesday after school
The Case Criminal Justice Club, in partnership with the Mount Pleasant Police Department, was created in 2013 for students interested in the Criminal Justice Field. The CCJC meets on a weekly basis where the students get hands on experience, education, engage in an open dialogue, as well as participate in volunteer activities in the community. CCJC is dedicated to developing and strengthening positive relationships between law enforcement, students, and the community.
CCJC promotes and encourages its members to be positive leaders and mentors not only in the school environment but in the community by displaying positive attitude and responsibility. Students are required to volunteer at different community events throughout the year, take part in field trips that provide exposure to the different professions within the criminal justice field, and be part of a positive group environment.
Distributive Education Clubs of America
Advisor: Keith Wartzenluft
Requirements: Business or Marketing Student
Dues: $20.00 Covers National, State and local registration fees
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Wednesdays, room 151, 2:45pm
Dirty Bird Club
Advisors: Kaleena Vasil, Jacob Berce, Don Katzer & Fred Markwardt
Investment insights and stock analysis.
Advisor(s): Steve Jancik
Meeting Days, Times, Locations: The Economics Club meets every Thursday in Room 275. We start at 2:50 p.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.
Future Business Leaders of America
Advisor: Keith Wartzenluft
Dues: $15.00 (Covers state and national)
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Monthly, announced over PA
Information about FBLA for high schoolers: http://fbla-pbl.org/web/page/587/sectionid/587/pagelevel/2/fbla.asp
Future Educators of America
Advisor(s): Steve Jancik, Aimee Blaisdell, Claire Huck, Mike Jensen
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: The Future Educators Association meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month in Room 275. We start at 2:50 p.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.
This club is for students who want to explore the option of becoming a teacher or who already know they want to teach.
Official website: http://futureeducators.org/
Gay Straight Alliance
Advisor: Mindy Poffenberger, Jacqueline Morrow
Meeting Days, Times, Locations: Wednesdays, TBA
Check out our GSA Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/groups/335910298584/
Check out the GSA Network page at: http://www.gsanetwork.org/
Advisor(s): Bradley Norman
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Fridays at 3-4pm in Room 127
Advisor(s): Pete Berry
Requirements: Some Geography knowledge.
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: April/May, TBD
Health Occupations Student Association (HOSA): Future Health Professionals
Advisor: Colleen Schneider
Qualifications/Dues: $25.00 and interest in Health field
Meeting Days/Locations: 2nd Monday of Month/ PA Announcements
National Website: http://www.hosa.org/
Health Youth Association
Advisor(s): Linda Borneman
Requirements: Must be in 4th hour HYA
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Class hours
Click on the links below to learn more about HYA and field trips or opportunities.
Kiwanis Educates Youth Club
The KEY club is a community service club that is run by students. There are many opportunities for volunteer work in the community or here at school, and the KEY club members organize and participate in these volunteer efforts.
Some great reasons to join key club:
- Any student can join.
- We have some fun with social activities along with community service.
- It is a great opportunity for students to perform leadership roles and experience.
Students active in clubs and leadership roles will have excellent information to fill on their scholarship and college applications that require information about community service and involvement.
Advisor: Al Hafeman
Meeting Day(s),Times and Location: Wednesdays, 2:45 p.m., Room 280
Qualifications/Dues: $13.00 and volunteer work, motivated
Juniors and Seniors helping Freshman to transition into high school.
Advisors: Blaisdell, Monty, Lepisot, Katzer, Humphreys, Kudels, Huck, and Riggs
Qualifications/Dues: Accepted application and required training
Meeting Days/locations: varied
This is a club for students who are interested in math, math competitions and games.
They will meet every other Thursday in room 215 after school. The advisers are Clare Huck and Crystal Heinen.
This club promotes post high school activities.
Advisor(s): Craig Lepisto and Jennifer Muffick
National Honor Society
Advisors: Patti Hammes, Craig Lepisto, and Kristen Monty
Requirements: 3.75+ GPA and two weighted classes.
Meeting Day(s), Times and Location: Mondays, 2:30pm, Library
National website: http://www.nhs.us/
The JI Case HS Patriot Club is a team of hard-working students promoting the patriotic spirit of the JI Case HS community and volunteering to honor and serve members of local community veteran organizations.
Advisor: Mark Petersen
Meetings: Every other Wednesday, Room 206
The purpose of a pep club is to boost school spirit. Pep club members organize and participate in games, pep rallies, homecoming events and other school functions to promote and bolster school pride.
Advisor: Nicola Malacara
Ping Pong Club
Interested in becoming the next Olympic ping pong champion? Come and test out your skills against other Eagle students every Thursday after school in the adaptive sports area. Come check us out!
Advisor: Jacob Berce
Meetings: Thursdays, 2:45pm
(formerly called Art club)
Every-other Tuesday after school in room 170
Advisor: Ms. Manteufel
Random Acts of Kindness
Students performing random acts of kindness.
Advisors: Jennifer Humphreys and Mike Jensen
Requirements: Kind-hearted and smiley
Meetings: Tuesdays, Room 273
Team #7900 Trial & Terror is a FIRST Robotics Competition team from Racine, WI that operates out of J.I. Case High School. Our diverse team competes in the annual First Robotics Competition against robotics teams from schools all over the world. Trial & Terror is completely student-led and collaborates and works face to face with engineers on robotics design challenges during our season and will work on community outreach in the off-season to promote STEM to young people in our community. Students that compete in FRC have the opportunity to earn college scholarships of upwards of $80,000,000 and will have the chance to be recruited at events and during build season for college opportunities and professional internships. It is a unique and valuable event that can highlight your skills and make you marketable as a college student and young professional.
Check out our website for more details.
Advisor: Stephanie Ruder
Meetings: after school in room 117, every other Thursday
Ski & Snowboard Club
Advisor(s): Marisa Fellion
Dues: Club fee, lift ticket, and bus
Meeting Days, Times, Locations: six evenings TBD, Alpine Valley
For more information about Skills USA, check out their website at http://www.skillsusa.org/.
Advisor: Shane Kudela
Requirements: $13, Enrolled in Tech class
Meetings: Meetings immediately after school every 1st and 3rd Wednesday in Engineering room 137, and meetings held every Thursday and Friday During Homeroom in room 137.
Advisor: Mr. Haisler
Meetings: Wednesdays at 2:40 -4:30 room 147
YES stands for Youth Empowered in the Struggle. It is a student-led group focusing on social justice. We work on issues both at Case and in the community. If you are interested at all or just want to know more, please come to a meeting.
Advisor(s): Nancy Gibson and Dr. Ellen Spiering
Meeting Days/Times: Starting in November, if interested see Ms. Gibson in the theater
Eagle Video Editing and Recording Club (EVER) are looking for new members. Join us every B day during 3-1 to make short movies with our team.