Chargers have a wide range of extracurricular activities to choose from to help them make our mission of COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS IS NOT A DREAM, IT'S A PLAN a reality. By participating in clubs, students learn important communication skills, leadership, and time management. There is something for everyone at Memorial High School.
- Academic Bowl
- Business Professionals of America
- French Club
- Future Educators of America (Ed. Rising)
- Latin Club
- National Honor Society
- Special Olympics
- Student Council
- T.E.A.M Robotics
Academic bowl is a game in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more.
Business Professionals of America is the premier Career and Technical Student Organization for students pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration and other related career fields.
As a co-curricular activity, Business Professionals of America (BPA) has the ability to to enhance student participation in professional,, civic, service and social endeavors. BPA members participate in a variety of activity to accomplish its goals of self-improvement, leadership development, professionalism, community service, career development, public relations, student cooperation and safety and health.
The Drama Club is dedicated to bringing the joy and power of Drama to students by providing high quality dramatic programming at the beginner and intermediate levels. It pledges to offer participants the chance to experience the excitement and rewards of theatre arts while developing poise, social skills, confidence and the ability to work with others. All members are introduced to both the theory and practice of drama as part of their programming.
Fundraising and cultural events will be part of the activities of the club.
French Club will meet first and third week of each month during both lunches.
A $5.00 fee will be required to join. Passed and present French students are welcome.
Madame Michele Snodgrass
Educators Rising supports students interested in education-related careers with activities and materials that help them explore the teaching profession. Students can gain a realistic understanding of the nature of education and the realities of the profession. Students receive support both from like minded peers and adults knowledgeable in the field of teacher preparation.
Latin Club engages in fun activities and community service throughout the year. Restaurant nights, movie nights, Roman banquets, and 'toga bowling' are just a few of the fun activities we do. We also help the community via service projects. Making holiday ornaments for the Saint Francis Children's Hospital, the Angel Tree Toy Drive, and preparing Salvation Army food baskets are just a few of our past club service projects.
Students do not need to be enrolled in Latin courses to be members of the club. All MHS students are welcome to join.
Annual dues for Latin Club are $5. These will be collected during the first weeks of the school year.
Come join the fun!!
National Honor Society is part of a national organization which strives to recognize and foster academic achievement while developing the qualities of good character, leadership, and service. Membership is open to juniors and seniors who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and selection is based upon demonstrated excellence in character, leadership, and service.
The Gay/Straight Alliance is an organization designed to provide support and advocacy for the entire spectrum of gender and sexual orientation. The Gay/Straight Alliance will create opportunities for safe and supportive social gatherings that strive to minimize the fear of harassment and to eventually stop the continuation of hate-crime and hate-speech. The group will encourage its members to speak up and let their voices be heard, whether they have political opinions or ideas for the progress of the group as a whole. The GSA is a safe place for all students, and the members of the group must do all they can to minimize discrimination toward gender, gender expression, and sexuality.
Memorial Chargers’ Special Olympics team consists of current Memorial Students and alumni of Memorial. We participate in both traditional and unified sports such as bowling, unified soccer, basketball skills, softball skills, bocce ball, unified volleyball, motor activities, and track and field. We host a number of fundraisers throughout the year to raise enough money to send our Chargers to the Special Olympics Summer State Games at Oklahoma State University every May.
The student council helps share students' ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principals. They often also help raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, helping people in need and school reform.
TEAM students compete in local, state and national engineering competitions which provide a real-world, hands-on opportunity to apply what they have learned.
Students will gain skills in one or more of the following areas: page design, advanced publishing techniques, copy writing, editing and photography while producing a creative, innovative yearbook which records school memories and events. T
What we learn to do, we learn by doing. -Thomas Jefferson