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Student Organizations & Clubs

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Anime Club

Overview:

Members express a passion for anime and create an environment where they share their interest.

 

Advisor: Ms. C. Santos

Email: cynthia.santos@vide.vi

 

Meeting(s): Fri./Lunchtime/D108

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Anime
Art Supply

Art Club

Overview:

Members develop their artistic talent. We meet every Tuesday and some Thursdays in room C-103 during lunchtime.

 

Advisors: Ms. D. David/Mr. S. Smith

Email: Danica.david@vide.vi/shakir.smith@vide.vi

Meeting(s): Tues./Thurs./Lunchtime/C103

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Moot Court Club

Overview:

Moot Court is sponsored by the American Bar Association as part of National Law Day. Students prepare for and debate an appeals case (scholarship competition) to a panel of judges.

 

Advisors: Ms. Suarez-Garcia/Ms. Holly-Ann Forde

Email: diana.degarcia@vide.vi/hollyann.forde@vide.vi

Requirements: Debate audition

Meeting(s): Thurs./Monthly/Lunchtime

Competition meetings: Determined by team and attorneys

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Topics & Issues

Overview:  

It is a club for students who want to discuss current events.

Advisors: Mrs. Keels

Email: regina.keels@vide.vi

Meeting(s): Fri./Lunchtime/A112

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Yearbook

Overview:

This hands-on course allows students to develop skills in digital photography, desktop publishing, and writing resulting in the publication of a creative and innovative yearbook.

 

Advisors: Ms. Hansen

Email: monica.hansen@vide.vi

Requirements: Recommendation of counselor based on performance in English, technology, and fine arts

Meeting(s): Mon.-Fri./During Class/Register’s Office

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Holding Hands

Believe It Or Not I Care
B.I.O.N.I.C.

Overview:

It is a club to help support students and staff going through challenging times and prevent other students from falling through the cracks. B.I.O.N.I.C. Teams in schools empower students to reach out to their peers who are new, sick, hospitalized, bullied, or lose a loved one.

 

Advisors:

Ms. Willock | joan.willock@vide.vi,

Mrs. Ferdinand | sherma.albert@vide.vi,

Mrs. Pelle | Leoba.john@vide.vi

Mrs. Maillard | arverille.maillard@vide.vi

 

Requirements: Complete and application and submit a sign release form.

 

Meeting(s): TBA

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Student Council

Overview:

The St. Croix Educational Complex High School Student Council consists of twelve students, with three delegates from each grade level. SCEC Student Council provides a forum for student voice and involvement in school issues and activities, provides opportunities for student leadership experience, and fosters relationships between students, faculty, and the community. Additionally, the SCEC Student Council assists in resolving school issues to make the school a more positive learning environment, works on school/district-wide projects that benefit the community, and organizes exciting activities that build school pride for the entire school.

 

SCEC Student Council promotes citizenship, scholarship, leadership, and cultural values through initiatives and projects. We are dedicated to the following goals:

 

  • LEADERSHIP: Supporting students in developing their leadership skills and knowledge

  • SERVICE: Helping build a climate of compassion and tolerance via volunteerism and service to others

  • STUDENT VOICE: Promoting the student council as the voice of the student body and ensuring that every student has an opportunity to be heard

  • ENGAGEMENT: Encouraging students to become involved in school, community, and decision-making

 

Advisors:

Diana Garcia | diana.degarcia@vide.vi

Cassandra King | cassandra.king@vide.vi

Meeting time: Fridays at lunch

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Mu Alpha Theta
National Mathematics Honor Society

Overview:

The purpose of the Mu Alpha Theta Chapter is to inspire a keen interest in mathematics, to develop strong scholarship in mathematics, and to promote the enjoyment of mathematics among high school students.

 

Qualifications:

Students must complete at least three (3) mathematics courses, each grade being at least 85%, and have earned an average of at least 90% in all the mathematics courses that they have completed.

 

Advisors:

Cassandra King | cassandra.king@vide.vi

Cletus Emmanuel

Jennifer Gantan

Andrita Griffin

Jucy Ramos

Meeting Time: Magical MATific Mondays at lunch time

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Interact Club

Overview

Interactors, mentored and guided by Rotary club members, to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self

Advisors:

Cheru Ross | Cheru.ross@vide.vi

Okeisha James-Huertas | okeisha.james@vide.vi

 

Meeting Time: Thursdays at lunch

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