Clubs and Organizations Advisor Discription  
Academic Decathlon Angela Stegall

Academic Decathlon is a club that participates in a county-wide Academic Decathlon competition held each February. Nine individuals compete in ten academic events in a day-long competition. Students win medals for high scores in each event.

Asian Culture Club Chor Yang ACC is an organization that raises awareness of all cultures with emphasis on Asians.  We participate in community services, provide ethnic foods for food days, empower students to further their education beyond high school, provide the opportunity for members to practice and build teamwork skills, and teach each other to respect people of all backgrounds.  The club has an annual talent show to display our schools best talent and it is followed by some great food.  There are also potlucks for the different holidays where members bring foods from their respective cultures.
Cheer (Cheerleaders)   Toni Barton

Cheerleading is an activity which supports the school sports programs. Cheering for fall and winter sports helps boost school spirit and develops leadership and communication skills, strength and agility. Cheerleaders practice daily and attend football and boys' basketball games and some volleyball and soccer games. Cheerleaders also help promote spirit by attending rallies, making locker tags, painting posters, holding fundraisers, participating in some community events and possibly competing in various competitions. This activity is physically and emotionally demanding as well as very time consuming, but cheerleading is also fun. The cheerleading squad has these objectives: 1. To lead cheers and to raise the fan support level for interscholastic athletics; 2. To participate in the activity known as cheerleading by performing gymnastics, partner stunts, motions pyramids and dance movements; and 3. To serve as public relations ambassadors of our school and to promote interscholastic athletics. Tryouts are announced each spring in the Daily Bulletin.

Creative Writing Club
The CWC produces a literary and artistic journal available for sale at the end of the year.  Students from all grade levels are welcome to submit poetry, prose, artwork, and photography for consideration.  This is a student-run publication.  Students in AP Language and Composition are responsible for the journal's design, publication, and dissemination.  The club does not meet formally.
Christian Club Joel Derry The Christian Club meets weekly throughout the year.  It is a great chance for Christians and those interested in Christianity to come together, study the Word, and enjoy good fellowship.
Drama Club Shawnie Bushnell

The Drama Club is an extra curricular organization. The students meet after school hours and perform plays for students and the community.

Future Farmers of America Bonnie Magill

Our FFA is a local chapter of the National FFA organization. This is a group for young people interested in all areas of agriculture, including ag mechanics, ornamental horticulture, floriculture, livestock, farming and ag business. To belong to the FFA, a student must be enrolled in an ag class. The purpose of the FFA is to promote leadership training through a learn-by-doing approach. Our chapter members elect officers in the spring who develop activities for the year. Some of the activities and events that FFA members participate in include: showing projects at the Silver Dollar Fair, sponsoring the Twirps Dance, Public Speaking, Parliamentary Procedure Team, Floriculture Team, Ag Mechanics Team, monthly meetings, the annual Awards Banquet, Leadership Conferences, State and National FFA Convention and community service. FFA is for anyone with an interest in becoming leaders in their community.

 GSA Steve White   The Marysville High School Gay-Straight-Alliance (G.S.A.) Club provides an opportunity for high school students to learn more about the LGBT community.  This is done by working closely with the GOTBLISS YOUTH, hosting events, and educating ourselves.
     Some of our main goals are to have each student learn to become a leader in his or her own way.  This is accomplished by having the members chair events in the school, become an advocate, and attend events hosted by GOTBLISS YOUTH or their own club.
     While in G.S.A., students are able to learn terminology such as: transgender, pansexual, and bisexual.  This is done in a safe environment where they can feel free to express themselves.  Ideas are also presented on how to improve Marysville High School.
     Throughout the year, members learn about their rights in their school and community, how to appropriately respond to discrimination relating to the LGBT community, and much more.
 Interact Club Moveen Khan Interact is Rotary International's service club.  Join Interact club and develop leadership skills while helping others.  Meet youth from around the world - and in your own school and community - who are interested in making the world a better place.  Interact clubs carry out two community service projects each year, including one that furthers international understanding and goodwill.
Key Club Dean Allen

The Key Club is a service organization associated with the Kiwanis Club. Club members organize blood drives on campus and have donated time to help in various local facilities. Money raised by the Club through car washes and other events are donated to groups such as Special Olympics.

Orange Nation Michelle Hendrix Orange Nation is the Marysville High Spirit Club. This club encourages students of all grade levels to come out and support our athletic teams by sitting in our Orange Nation section at home games. We ask students to wear orange and come prepared to encourage and support all teams by abiding by our CIF rules of conduct. We also sell Orange Nation T-shirts in the student store as well as give away spirit items at games. We have meetings on the 3rd Thursday of the month or before special game events. Please attend to hear about special activities, make posters and learn chants.
Small Business Club Moveen Khan Small Business Club started at Marysville High School with the introduction of ROP Small Business class.  The club exists to provide opportunities for business students interested in new venture creation and/or family business.  The club's activities serve to foster the entrepreneurial goals within the members and develop business skills that are important in all industries.  The club does various fundraisings during the year such as food days, graphic designs for the local community and art exhibits to support its cause.  Over the years, members have travelled as far as Ohio, New York and Chicago to showcase their entrepreneurial skills.