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Art and Marketing Club

Art and Marketing is for students that wish to improve their skills and learn more about the arts.  We will be helping to create works of art throughout the school.  Come to Art and Marketing Club to improve yourself and school environment.

Mr. Foutch, sponsor.

Every Thursdays from 3pm to 4pm in Art Room  #155


-FALL  (Cheerleading, Football, Volleyball)

-WINTER (Basketball, Cheerleading, Wrestling)

– SPRING (Baseball, Softball, Track & Field)

JC (Athletic Director)  Office located inside of the attendance office

[email protected]  or 399-6042

Physicals are needed to participate in all sports:

A note from the School Based Health Center: The health center (as well as Ms. JC) has the sports physical cards that the students need. In order to get a physical at the health center, students need to be signed up with the SBHC (the consent forms are in the Health Center and the main office). The SBHC can typically get students in for a physical 1-2 days after they come in to make an appointment. The closer we get to the season starting the busier we get, and it may take 3-4 days to get them in. If the students have Medicaid insurance there is no charge to get the physical as long as they haven’t already been to their primary care Doctor (if they have one of our doctors at a different site we can look this up for them too). If they have private insurance there’s a $20 charge.


Band (Marching, Flagline & Drumline)

Meets during school day and after school at events

JC (Band Director) Classroom #312

[email protected]

Chess Club

Learn how to play the game of chess, which can help you with your math strategies & critical thinking skills. All levels of experience are welcome.

Mrs. Burks & Mr. Sims, sponsors.

Every Monday, 3:00-4:00pm in Room #151

Drama Club

Learn how to improvise and improve impromptu skills.  Also sing, dance and act in live theatre.  Acting without script and rehearsal.

Mr. Coach Durrett, sponsor.

Meet with Coach Durrett on Monday & Wednesday during your lunch period in the hallway

Law Day

Interested in the law? Law Day participants are given a court case. Participants can be serve as lawyers, witnesses, or jurors. Students participate in Saginaw County’s Law Day during the month of April.

Mr. Hight, sponsor.

See Mr. Hight at the end of February.

National Honor Society (NHS)

Members of the National Honor Society are chosen based on academic performance (3.0 cumulative GPA or better) and must meet the qualifications of Service, Leadership, and Character. Each member is expected to complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service during senior year. If a member does not meet any of the requirements, he/she may be expelled from the NHS. 9th and 10th graders will be admitted to the Academic Club based on GPA and be expected to complete 10 hours of community service during their sophomore and junior years.

The English Department, sponsor.

NHS will hold monthly meetings during upperclassmen lunch.


Meets every Thursday and Saturday at SHS


Saginaw High School Trojan Book Club

Members of the Saginaw High School Trojan Book Club will be responsible for reading chosen book club selections and participating in discussions on books.

Ms. Baker and Mr. Johnson, sponsors.

The SHS Trojan Book Club will meet monthly at lunch in Conference Room A to hold book discussions.

Members of the Book Club are expected to complete the reading selections, participate with an open mind during discussions, and to politely disagree when discussions on the book take place.

Student Council

Student government &  leadership roles 9-12 grade.  Students are elected to leadership positions every fall.

Ms. Welch & Mr. McCall, sponsors.

If elected, meetings times & location will be shared with members.

Teen Advisory Council (TAC)

TAC exists to educate, advocate and promote teen healthy behaviors. There are opportunities for students to hold leadership positions (We have a board of officers) as well as do community service (we choose at least one project per month) and also educate their peers on healthy lifestyle choices.  ALL students are welcome to join TAC. We do have an application, but I don’t usually give it to a student until they have been to a couple of meetings and decide they want to be part of the group.

Ms. Amanda (health center), sponsor.

Meeting day/ times: TAC meets on Tuesdays in room 238—lunch is provided

The Trojan Times Newspaper Club

The Trojan Times will be responsible for putting out a quarterly newsletter about the activities and events happening at Saginaw High School.

Ms. Baker, sponsor.

The Trojan Times members will meet every other Wednesday after school in Conference Room A.

Members of the Trojan Times are expected to generate ideas for stories, complete stories, edit stories, and maintain deadlines. Members will also take photos and perform interviews.