|Club||Membership||Sponsor||Statement of Purpose||Additional Membership requirements||Activities||Meeting Days|
|Academic Games||MS and HS||Gamble and Prentice||Academic Games is dedicated to developing “Thinking Kids” of character, excellence, and integrity. Students who compete in the games have the opportunity to develop higher order thinking skills such as deductive reasoning, problem solving, and develop confidence as they are rewarded for their accomplishments.||1. Any student who has the desire to learn and be challenged. 2. Divisions are for all students from 6th grade through 12. 3. Fees $15.00 plus any expenditures for those qualifying for the National Tournament.||1. Weekly practices at Lunchtime, after school, and on Saturdays.
2. 5 Local tournaments during the school year that challenges the students in Math, English, and Social Studies.
3. One regional competition in January in Atlanta, Georgia.
4. The Academic Games League of America National Tournament in the April.
5. The State Competition in early Spring.
|Alliance for a Healthier Generation||MS and HS||Serio and Guilmino||To promote healthy lifestyles in she school community||Any student, teacher, parent, or school employee interested in promoting healthy lifestyles in the school community||Healthy Snack Days; programs on nutrition, exercise, and other healthy lifestyles issues; Fun Run; exercise/walking challenges,||TBA|
|Anime||HS||Dooley||To help students relax and make friends by discussing a common interest: Anime, Japanese animation, manga, and scriptwriting.||2&4M1&2|
|Band||MS and HS||Genevay||The purpose of the Band Program at Haynes Academy is to give every student at the school an opportunity to participate in Instrumental Music activities and experiences through class instruction and/or live music performances. Band classes provide instruction in the operation and mastery of all wind, percussion and string instruments in a college preparatory curriculum. All music genre is explored as a regular part of class instruction including classical, popular, jazz and the music of world cultures.||The Band Program is open to every student at Haynes Academy. No prior experience in band or instrumental music instruction is required for a child to enroll in the program.||We offer Beginner, Marching, Jazz & Symphonic Bands and participate in numerous activities throughout the year. Football Games, Concerts, Festival Competitions at the District, State & National levels as well as Community Service & Interdisciplinary School performances are also a regular part of the Band Program’s annual activities.||TBA|
|Bowling||HS||Piazza||To promote the love of the game while exercising and developing team sportsmanship.”||Must be an average to excellent bowler. The team is for sport presently, with possibility of entering competitive games in future.||Twice a month or whenever best for team members.|
|Cheerleaders||MS and HS||Becnel|
|Chess Club||MS and HS||Balu||To allow students to learn, play and expand their skills in the game of chess, as well as learn sportsmanship and make friends.||Thursdays all of lunch (E Th 1&2)|
|Compassion Club||MS and HS||Prentice||To furnish social, emotional, and financial support to needy children overseas||Collect donations and provide financial support to needy children overseas.||TBA|
|Dance Team||MS and HS||Viellion|
|Drop-in Center||MS and HS||Wilmot||To furnish safe place to talk||Every Wednesday all of lunch (E W 1&2)|
|Engineering Club||MS||Kase||The purpose of the club is to inspire young minds by offering hands-on educational opportunities in the fields of engineering and science.||Open to middle school only ((6-8) with a fee of $25.||Every Friday from 2:40 to 4:00|
|Environmental Club||MS and HS|
|Fellowship of Christian Athletes|
|French Travel Club||MS and HS||Coron||For all Middle school and high school students interested in the French Language and culture and traveling to France in June 2013.||Travel to France June 2013. Help with the school pairing project with Le Lycee de Beaumont, Brittany, France.||(3 W 1&2)|
|Gay Straight Alliance||HS||Wilmot||To create safe environments in schools for students to support each other and learn about homophobia, transphobia, and other oppressions; educate the school community about homophobia, transphobia, gender identity, and sexual orientation issues; and fight discrimination, harassment, and violence in schools.||All students high school students||Every Friday all of lunch (E F 1&2)|
|Golf Team||HS||Lampo||Monday 3:15 City Park Driving Range|
|Key Club||HS||Helgeson||It is a student-led organization whose goal is to teach leadership through helping. Key Club International is a part of the Kiwanis International family of service-leadership programs.||High School students who are committed to doing service for the community||Care packages for soldiers, Key Club convention, Park-a-Boo, Project Eliminate, Club fundraisers||2&4 W 2|
|Math Counts||MS||Impastato||The purpose of this middle school club is to foster interest in mathematics and in math competition. Sponsored by the Louisiana Engineering Society, it seeks to promote careers in mathematics.||Open to middle school only ((6-8). Students must like math and math competition and be willing to meet regularly for practice.||Main competition in February/March.||Every Friday, both lunches (All F 1&2)|
|Mock Trial Team||HS||Nadeau|
|Mu Alpha Theta||HS|
|National English Honor Society||HS||Gubler|
|National French Honor Society||HS||Coron||The purpose of this organization is to stimulate interest in the study of French; promote high standards of scholarship;
reward scholastic achievements; create enthusiasm for and an understanding of francophone culture civilization; promote and perpetuate international friendship; and reward efforts toward furthering solidarity in the French speaking
|Candidates must be in French III or higher. Candidates must have maintained an “A” average in French (or B in a Honor class) during the semester of election as well as an average cumulative grade. All members are required to participate in meetings and activities of the FHS as well as the National French Contest in March 16. Candidates must also maintain a B or higher overall average during the semester of election as well as an averaged cumulative grade of B for all work awarded secondary school credit.||Dues are $10. National French Contest, tutoring, International Food Festival, French Week.||2nd Wednesday of the month 1st and 2nd half of lunch. (2 W 1&2)|
|National Honor Society||HS||Serio and Guilmino||The purpose of this organization shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools||3.5 out of 4.0 GPA; Recommendation of faculty and administration; Membership in at least two (2) clubs demonstrating leadership qualities as an officer or chairperson in one; Participation in service activities including Peer Tutoring Program; Demonstrate honesty and integrity in daily actions and have no discipline violations.||Peer Tutoring; Thanksgiving Food Drive; International Food Fest; Character Education Week; Beads for ARC; Teacher Appreciation Week||Officers 3rd Friday and general membership 4th Fridays during 2nd half of lunch (3&4 F 2)|
|National Spanish Honor Society||HS||Vogel||The purpose of this organization shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character and respect for a multicultural society.||Student must have completed Spanish 3 and have never made a “B” or lower as their final grade in any level of Spanish.||Students must complete 15 hours of community service in order to maintain eligibly and receive honor cords for graduation.||Student must gain service hours through the following venues: Attending all 5 meetings, Fall festival volunteering, International Food Fest volunteering, New Orleans Battered Women service, Holiday Spanish Singing outreach, Participation in the Hispanic Heritage Month outreach, St. Patrick Day Parade volunteering, Cinco de Mayo Hispanic outreach, Interact Junior Rotary.|
|Orchestra||MS and HS||Genevay|
|Quiz Bowl||HS||Gardner||The purpose of this organization is to give students the opportunity to compete against other schools in quiz bowl tournaments and to broaden their knowledge base by studying and preparing for the competitions .||Students must tryout and be selected for the team.||Jefferson Parish Quiz Bowl Tournament Louisiana Association for Academic Competition State Quiz Bowl Competition||Monday – 1st half of lunch Thursday – After School (E M 1)|
|Robotics||MS||Kase||Robotics is designed to get students excited about science and technology. The students program an autonomous robot, create an innovative solution to a problem as part of their project, learn “gracious professionalism”, defend the design of their robot, and participate in the robot game.||Ten students are selected to compete. Grants and donations cover the cost of the tournament, supplies and robot.||Qualifying round is the 3rd week of November, State is December and World is in April.||The students meet during lunch, after school, Saturdays and Sundays.|
|Robotics||HS||Coogler||The purpose of this organization is to develop students’ interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through robotics competitions. Robotics competitions foster student’s interest in STEM, develop skills in team effectiveness, and develop a community of excited learners.||High school students must have 3.0 GPA, fill out application and be selected for the team.||FIRST Robotics Competition, Community Outreach and Fundraising.||Tuesdays – 1st half of lunch.|
|Science National Honor Society||HS||Litchfield||Encourage and recognize scientific and intellectual thought; Advance the students’ knowledge of classical and modern science; Communicate with the scientific community; Aid the civic community with its comprehension of science; Encourage students to participate in community service and in turn, encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all humankind.||3.0 out of 4.0 GPA; Must be enrolled in at least one honor science class; Maintain B in all science courses; Be enrolled in at least one second year honors or upper level science class during or prior to the twelfth grade year.||Tutoring students for classes and science sections for standardized tests.|
|Spanish Club||HS||Wilmot||The purpose is to learn about Spanish Culture||4 Th 2|
|Speech and Debate||HS||Nadeau|
|Student Council||MS||Stephens||The purpose of Middle School Student Council is to develop leadership skills, assist HR teachers, and instill a sense of school pride. This is a stepping stone to the High School Student Council.||Each middle school HR elects a representative and an alternate. They are required to attend meetings, assist with projects, and keep their HR informed about events. Any middle school student who is interested can attend meetings and help with planning.||The activities include sponsoring sock hops and an evening dance, Toys for Tots fund drive, assisting the High School student council, and helping the HR teachers. The members also have helped serve at the Homecoming breakfast and Ring Day events.|
|Student Council||HS||Totaro and Lampo||The mission of The Student Council of Haynes Academy for Advanced Studies is to help our members become civic minded citizens by working together in our school and community related activities. The Student Council of Haynes Academy will be available to help all other organizations on campus both physically and financially; especially our class council branches.||Teacher recommended, retain minimum 2.5 GPA, $20 dues||Homecoming activities and Dance, Winter Formal, school spirit, Winter program||Every Monday 1st half of lunch. (E M 1)|
|Theatre||MS and HS||Piazza|
|Thinking Kids Project||HS||Gamble||To spread Academic Games throughout the schools in the metro area that lack programs or provide support for those that need help developing programs.||High school student able to work with young elementary school students and have academic games knowledge.||1. Send high school students to coach to various to schools in the metro area.
2. Set up a online resource library of Academic Games
3. Present teacher workshops to enhance their coaching skills.
4. Establish summer camps in various locations to expand academic games in new Elementary schools.
|TV Studio||HS||Balu||To allow students to learn the different responsibilities and basic skills required to produce a news show. It also requires students to work together for a common goal benefiting not only them, but the entire school, with a multifaceted, fulfilling daily project.||Auditioning and training to prove dedication, talents and team work.||M-F 7:00am-7:40am|
|United Nations||HS||Kuhn||The purpose is to allow students to learn about global issues and unity of the world by investigating issues and formulating solutions to world problems. The Model United Nations Conference gives students an opportunity to work in groups, participate in public speaking and debates, learn negotiation strategies, and analyze world policy.||All high school students interested in the purpose behind Model United Nations.||Model United Nations Conferences||TBA|
|World War II Quiz Bowl||HS||Staub||The purpose of World War II Quiz Bowl is to enrich and enhance the students’ knowledge of this era of history.||Students must try out for the three member team in the fall||Students participate in the World War II Quiz Bowl competition at the National World War II Museum||Wednesdays at lunch (E W 1&2)|
|Writer’s Club||MS||Majeau||To inspire students to share their talents and ideas through poetry, song, and narrative writing.||Desire to collaborate with peers to enhance writing and participate in writing contests.||Writing, editing, guest speakers, competitions….||Tues. and Thurs during lunch (E TTH 1&2)|
|Yearbook||HS||Dooley||To catalogue the year’s memories.||(1&3 F 1&2)|
French Honor Society
Mock Trial Team
Mu Alpha Theta
National Honor Society
National Science Honor Society