Be Involved...CHS Clubs

A-Team (Academic Team)


Sponsor: Mr. Westin
Room: H-110
Meets: TBA - See Mr. Westin


The A-Team participates in Jeopardy-style competitions with schools around Southwest Florida.

Anime Club


This club is currently looking for a sponsor.


Art Club


Sponsors: Mrs. Massolio & Mrs. Gordon
Room: G-107
Meets: Mondays from 2-3 pm


If you love art, this is the club for you. We do a variety of art-related activities and projects around campus.

A Charlotte High Tradition!


Blue Crew



Sponsor: Mr. Massolio


Blue Crew is Charlotte High School’s very own “student body pep club” whose purpose is to bring a spirited atmosphere to the campus at Charlotte High School. Blue Crew is a great way for the Tarpon fan to save money and show their Tarpon Pride. A Blue Crew membership costs just $40 which allows student members to be season pass holders for all regular season home sporting events all year long.

A $40 Blue Crew Membership includes the following:
Official Blue Crew T-shirt
Free admission to all home athletic events
Free admission to Blue Crew socials and pep rallies
Recognition as a major part of the "Spirit of CHS"

Students may purchase a Blue Crew membership on Fridays during all lunches at the Spirit Shop located in the main concourse.

Students must wear Official Blue Crew T-shirt and show CHS student ID with valid Blue Crew sticker on the back for free admission into qualifying athletic events.


Book Club


Sponsor: Mrs. Cain
Room: Media Center
Meets: Mondays from 2-3 pm


If you love to read, this is the club for you! We talk about Books (of course), but we also make crafty projects and plan other fun activities. We promote recreational reading among students and faculty at Charlotte High School. The club offers members an opportunity to discuss literary works across different genres, feeling free to voice their opinions while listening to and being open to the opinions of others. Students from all walks of life and all academic levels are encouraged to interact and find common threads in their daily lives that are enriched by the literature explored.

Bowling Club


Sponsor: Mrs. Chamberlin
Location: H-105
Meets: 3:30-5:30 pm on dates listed on the Bowling Club website


Everyone can participate, and no one has to sit on the bench. Members will participate in weekly competitions.

Bowling Club Website


Creative Writing Club


Sponsor: Mrs. Obando
Room:G-120
Meets: Fridays from 2-3 pm


Students work together to hone their creative writing skills and share the writing experience with their peers. Members may be working on personal narratives, short stories, poetry, and/or novellas.

Writing is the painting of the voice. ~Voltaire


Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)


Sponsors: Coach Hoke & Coach Robinson
Room: C-220
Meets: Wednesdays from 6:50-7:10 am


This club is a Christian-based club open to all students. The club currently consists of 50% athletes and 50% non-athletes, but all share a common bond in their faith/beliefs.


Future Farmers of America (FFA)


Sponsor: Ms. Thompsonb
Meets: See club sponsor in Room F105 for meeting dates and times


FFA is an agricultural science program that encourages students to develop their potential for leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

CharlotteSr FFA Website


Guitar Club


Sponsor: Mr. Westin
Room: H-110
Meets: 1st Wednesday of each month from 2-3 pm


Students from beginners to advanced get together to learn to play guitar and jam.


Hospitality Club


Sponsor: Ms. Hornbake
Room: C-118
Meets: Thursdays from 2:05-3:00 pm


The Hospitality Club is a professional and social club based on community service. Club activities help students gain leadership experience and prepare them to be professionals in their chosen field.
Hospitality Club Website


Interact Club


Sponsor: Mr. Riley
Room: C-121
Meets: Wednesdays from 2-3 pm


The Interact Club is sponsored by Rotary International and shares it's motto: "Service Above Self." It is both a social and community service club.


Key Club


Sponsor: Ms. Combes
Room: A-206
Meets: Wednesdays at 2 pm


A member of the Kiwanas family, our focus is on community service. This year we plan to host our 1st Annual Pickleball Tournament.


Kindness/Positivity Club (SPARK)


Sponsor: Ms. Reams
Room: B-111
Meets: Friday Mornings Before School


SPARK = SPreading Positivity And Reaffirming Kindness
Students create and participate in events and actiities designed to promote a positive environment in the school and community.


Leo Club


Sponsor: Mrs. Hochsprung
Location: C-218
Meets: Mondays from 2-2:35 pm


The Leo Club is sponsored by the local Lions Club. Members of the Leo Club have a passion for community service and develop leadership skills.

Leo Club Website


Math Club


Sponsors: Mrs. Toms & Mr. Cain
Room: B-208
Meets: Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 2-3 pm


Tuesdays our math competition team meets. Wednesdays we offer peer tutoring for any math class.


Modern Music Masters (Tri-M)


Sponsors: Mrs. Cushman & Mr. Montanari
Room: Band or Chorus Room
Meets: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 2-3 pm


Tri-M is a National Honor Society for music students. Students must demonstrate a commitment to their music program and also meet minimum GPA requirements. Induction is contingent on performing a solo or in a small ensemble at the Induction Ceremony in the spring.
The purpose of the group is to work towards the promotion of music throughout the community. We also try to instill a desire to contribute to their lives through community service. Students are required to perform 10 hours of community service.


National Honor Society


Sponsor: Mrs. Hughes
Location: Media Center
Meets: Every other Friday from 2-3 pm


Members of the National Honor Society are invited to apply based on their strong academics, leadership, and community involvement.

National Honor Society Website


Political Debate Club


Sponsor: Ms. Orndorff
Room: C-207
Meets: Fridays from 2-3 pm


Political Debate Club was formed to fill the desire of students for a safe forum in which to talk through their ideas about politics, both in the United States and abroad. The debate format is used to assist in the positive growth of knowledge by researching topics, public speaking, and listening to understand. We have a lot of fun trying to change each other's minds! There are also round table discussions to foster inclusion for those members who wish to be part of the conversation but prefer not to debate one on one. The club welcomes and respects students with varied beliefs, backgrounds, and understanding. We believe that more can be learned from an opponent than from a like-minded friend. NO "GROUP THINK ALLOWED!" .

Patrick Abel(President), Eric Bodnar(Historian), Peyton Pickell(Treasurer), Juan Laura (Vice President) Lucas Blanchette (Secretary)


Sign Language Club


Sponsor: Mr. Alexander
Room: G-218
Meets: Thursdays from 2-3 pm


Students learn and practice sign language together.


Tarpon Gamers' Club


Sponsor: Ms. Benson
Room: A-310
Meets: Thursdays from 2:00-2:45 pm


Members of the Tarpon Gamers' Club enjoy fantasy card games such as Magic: the Gathering.


image from magic game

Tarpon Leadership Academy (TLA)


Sponsors: Mrs. Bovey
Meets: As Needed


TLA is a 7 Habits oriented leadership-based organization that encourages student involvement in school and community events as well as Charlotte High School initiatives. Students take part in leadership training, fundraising, and partnering with community organizations to improve educational opportunities and create a more well-rounded educational experience for CHS students.

Members must meet application standards, including a minimum GPA, behavioral standards, and evidence of prior community or school involvement. Applications for each year are generally processed at the end of the previous year so that training may take place over the summer.



Class Sponsors

Show your school spirit by joining your class in special events and celebrations such as homecoming and prom.

Freshman Class:
Mrs. Bovey, H-112

Sophomore Class:
Mrs. Haynes, G-219

Junior Class:
Ms. Klossner, H-109

Senior Class:
Mr. Sansone, G-115 or G-116

Co-Curricular Clubs

Charlotte High also offers co-curricular clubs for which students take a class during the school day. In addition to coursework, students prepare for competitions, plan events, and participate in performances.

  • Band
  • Charisma & Chorus
  • Drama (Thespians)
  • Drama (Thespians)


    Sponsor: Mr. Olson
    Room: F-108
    Meets: TBA


    The Drama Club competes at the district and state level, as well as producing plays and musicals throughout the school year. See Mr. Olson for detials!


    Thespian Society: Troupe 0922



  • Eurythmics (Color Guard)
  • Mock Trial
  • Mock Trial


    Sponsor: Mr. Riley
    Room: Multi-Purpose Room
    Meets: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2-5 pm


    Charlotte High School's Mock Trial consists of three teams (A, B, and C) that compete on an extremely high level. Competition on local, circuit, and state levels is the norm for this team as they master courtroom procedure and delivery as both attorneys and witnesses. Contents of a statewide case is released in October. This success is due to the team members' dedication along with the hard work of Mr. Riley and multiple attorney coaches.



  • NJROTC
  • Student Government Association (SGA)
  • Student Government Association (SGA)


    Sponsor: Mr. Sansone
    Room: G-115
    Charlotte High School's student government students meets daily as a class to provide leadership and plan activities and events for the CHS student body.



  • Tarpon News Network
  • Tarpon Robotics