Voorhees High School believes that the goals and objectives of the school are best achieved by a diversity of learning experiences, some of which are more appropriately conducted outside the regular instructional program of the school. The purpose of such co-curricular activities shall be to develop leadership capacities and good organizational skills, to aid in the socialization of students, and to enable students to explore a wider range of individual interests than might be available in the regular curricular program.
Below is the list of Clubs and Activities currently offered at Voorhees High School. Click on a club name to learn more or contact the advisor. If you are interesting in starting a new club, please click here for the procedures. Any general questions about clubs and activities can be sent to the Director of Student Activities, Marc McGeehan, at email@example.com.
Diversity Club – advisor: TBD
German Club – advisor: TBD
Instrumental Ensemble – advisor: Aidan Giannelli
Latin Club – advisor: TBD
Movie Club – advisor: Paul Martori
SAS (Student Advocates for Speech) Club – advisor: Leslie Edwards
Sci-Fi Fantasy Club – advisor: Nicholas Medeiros
Student Council – advisor: TBD
Video Club – advisor: TBD
English Honor Society – advisor: Leslie Edwards and Whitney D’Agusto
History Honor Society – advisor: Brittany Bischoff
Math Honor Society – advisor: Barbara Wieteszka
National Honor Society – advisor: Laurie Hance
Science Honor Society – advisor: Connor Kelly
World Language Honor Society – advisor: Luisa Calvache
PSAT/SAT English Prep – Michael Crane
SAT/ACT Math Prep – Barbara Wieteszka
Does your Club have a website? Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in having your club website listed here.
Freshman Class – Christina Grodkiewicz and Joseph Reynolds
Sophomore Class – Sharon Smith and Laurie Hance
Junior Class – Mitch Collins, Kaitlyn Collins
Senior Class – Melanie Kerr and Nancy Lomas-Reynolds
AM & PM Weight Room – Open Tuesday and Thursday 6:00am -7:00am – Open Monday through Friday (except for Faculty/department meeting days – some Tuesdays) 2:30-3:10pm – Open Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday until 4:20pm.
Basketball, Ping Pong, Activities in the Gym – Monday through Friday after school, 2:30-3:10pm
Open Gym (Basketball) – Wednesdays (as of 9/13) 6pm – 8pm
Basketball or Pickleball – Monday through Friday after school in main gym
Floor Hockey – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday after school in back gym
Weight Room – AM: 6:00-7:15am Monday thru Thursday; PM: 2:30-3:10pm Monday thru Friday, additional schedule with some days til 4:30pm will be posted in the weight room
AM and PM Weight Room – AM Tuesday & Thursday; PM Monday – Friday after school
* To participate in Intramurals, students will need to be registered (by a parent) each season in Aspen, have a valid physical on file (1 year current), and have a current impact baseline test completed (good for 2 years)
** Students and parents will be notified via email when Intramural registration begins.