Automotive Service Club

The car club is open to any high school student with an interest in cars, trucks, or racing. The club meets periodically during ECA periods and offers guest speakers, vehicles on display, and a fall car show.
Mr. Carl Hall, Sponsor


Beta Club

The Beta Club develops in students the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership.
The motto is "Let Us Lead by Servicing Others".
Members must have a minimum GPA of 3.333
and complete an application.
Mrs. Meg Johnson, Advisor


Book Club

The HHHS Book Club meets in the library once a month during ECA period.  The students preview newly purchased materials, discuss the books they are currently reading, and vote for a book of the month.  
If you enjoy reading and you want our library to be the best it can be, the HHHS Book Club is for you!



BPA - Business Professionals of America
 BPA meets during ECA and also at after-school events throughout the year to prepare for regional, state, and national competitions. Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology, and other related career fields. The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.  Mrs. Jessica Griepenstroh, Avisor



Chess Club

This group meets to play chess!
Players of all levels--beginners to experienced--are welcome to learn more about
this challenging and strategic game. This group may host a tournament in the spring.
Mr. Gary Ayer, Sponsor 


Drama Club

The Drama Club promotes the performing arts at Heritage Hills High School,
which has a long-standing tradition of high-quality performing arts.
Students produce a dramatic play in the fall and a musical in the spring.
The senior high school students audition in the fall,
and the spring musical auditions are open to both
middle and high school students.
Mrs. Sandi Fortune, Director



FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a ministry student-initiated and student-led.
The group has huddle meetings, mission work, and other outreach.
Any interested student is welcome to attend meetings.
Mr. Corey Mauck, Advisor


FFA - Future Farmers of America

FFA is a dynamic youth leadership organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success. Leadership skills are developed
through participation in local, regional, and state contests and conventions. 
Members develop personal growth through night meetings, fresh fruit sales, and the spring party.  
Through the FFA, you can learn more about many of the more than 300 careers in Agriculture! 
Students should see the advisor to sign up.
Mr. Paul Steinmetz, Advisor


GSA - Gay Straight Alliance
GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) is a student-led club for LGBT students and their allies to have a safe and supportive space in which to find community. Ms. Chrissy Lauck, Advisor



 IAC - Integrating Arts into the Community

The purpose of Integrating Arts Into the Community is to represent Heritage Hills and highlight those artistic individuals in various ways outside of the normal school day. Integrating Arts Into the Community is a club set to recognize high school students who have a passion for art, vocal music, instrumental music, and/or drama. Integrating Arts Into the Community is a wonderful way to get the students involved in Heritage Hills and its own community.  By completing projects or entertaining members of the community, the students involved will immediately find a sense of purpose and pride in their work. Sharing your talents with others, especially within the community, can eventually be advantageous when the students are going to apply for a job or a scholarship.  
Listed below are a few ideas that have already been discussed but not implemented:  Vocal/Instrumental:  IAC Christmas Music Radio Hour.   IAC students will host their own radio show each weekend during the month of December.  The show would be broadcasted throughout the Santa Claus community.  Recordings of community groups such as local bands, community choirs, church choirs, school choirs, vocalists, and instrumentalists, would be collected.  Their selections would create the HH IAC Christmas Music Radio Hour, hosted by a few members of IAC.    Art:  Dale Community Center Mural The Dale Community Center has a request for a large mural in the community center displaying Dale History or a mural displaying a positive communal theme.  Drama:  IAC Youth Drama: A few IAC drama students will devote 1 week throughout the school year at each North Spencer Elementary School.  They will select 3-6th grade students, or possibly even K-6,  depending on the play selected. Auditions would take place on a day prior to the full week of rehearsals.  The elementary students will stay after school for a full week of 2-hour rehearsals.  It is our goal to have the costumes and scripts free of charge to those participating.  Snacks will also be provided at each rehearsal.  The selected students will then practice every day and perform their play at the end of the week for their family, friends, and classmates at the selected elementary school.  

Natural Helpers

Natural Helpers are students who help their peers with problems through active listening,
problem-solving, and referral skills.
Students are selected by peers and then trained in the helping skill at a fall retreat.
They attend ongoing training opportunities and meetings.
Mrs. Kathy Wilmes, Advisor



Patriot Voice

Voice is a youth-led, nationwide organization with the goal to fight back against the tobacco industry. Voice and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) combine efforts into one group to represent Heritage Hills High School. The group promotes positive decision-making by providing the student body with information and activities. The group organizes and facilitates events including Red Ribbon Week, Kick-Butts Day, guest speakers, and other related activities to increase student awareness. Students who want to make a difference are encouraged to get involved anytime throughout the school year. Mrs. Leah Konerding and Mrs. Jessica Kincaid, Advisor


Pep Club

The Pep Club was formed to be an active, supportive group for all activities at Heritage Hills High School. The most important activity is attending school functions, but Pep Club members also assist with pep sessions, plan dress-up themes for sporting events, decorate the lockers, and provide manpower for a host of other activities in and around the school. To join, simply attend the initial meeting and respond to an email invitation to join the clubs Google Classroom. Once you have joined the Google Classroom you will receive emails about opportunities to be involved. This club typically meets during ECA periods. Mrs. Alyssa Sermersheim, Advisor




The student Renaissance committee provides leadership for the activities provided by the school's Renaissance program. The group determines ways to encourage and reward students for hard work and success in academics, attendance, and attitude. Interested students attend the first call out meeting and then meet monthly throughout the school year to help plan and promote Renaissance activities.
Mrs. Angie Spinner, Advisor





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