Club Name Description/Purpose of the Club Sponsor(s) GPA Requirement (if any) Other Prerequisite(s) Time (Before, During, After)
    Art Club Provides students who have an interest in art an opportunity to explore art and craft forms beyond what is offered in the curriculum and to advance their knowledge and love of visual arts through education and fellowship and support the growth of artists and their art to enrich the community. Ms. Chau None None  During School 
    Automotive The automotive clubs goal is to allow dedicated automotive students to have extra practice with material learned in class, an opportunity to work on their own/parents' vehicles, and learn things that may not be in the curriculum. Mr. Moldoff     During and after school 
    Best Buddies “To establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).” Ms. Gally      
    Black Student Union Our mission here at The Black Student Union is to be a Student Government Agency that offers black students a form of identity and a social life. BSU functions as a vehicle for communication to the faculty and administration of Park Vista Community High School. The Black Student Union seeks to develop unity among black students so that jointly and strongly they can express concerns and problems faced on campus. Mrs. Chrisphonte None None  During lunch 
    Book Club Book Club provides students interested in multiple text genres to read, gather, analyze. Mrs. Haber None None  During lunch 
    Class of 2024 Senior Class Council hosts events for Seniors like Senior Breakfast and graduation events. Mrs. Geller None None  During and after school 
    Class of 2025 Junior Class Council hosts events for their class, hosts Senior Prom and fundraisers. Ms. Ladd None None  During and after school 
    Class of 2026 Sophomore Class Council fundraises, helps with prom and hosts events for their class. Mr. Bales None None  During and after school 
    Class of 2027 Freshmen Class Council hosts events for their class, fundraises and does a homecoming  hallway decorating. Mr. Demanuel None None  During and after school 
    Creative Writing Club Students have the opportunity to learn more about their creative writing abilities, and showcase their creative writing talents with like-minded individuals. Activities will include creative writing challenges, free writes, collaborative discussion groups, poetry readings, etc. Ms. Drucker      
    Debate Team Students have the opportunity to develop skills in research, critical thinking, and persuasion in a competitive environment. Students get to examine relevant world issues from multiple perspectives and develop well-reasoned arguments from each side. Mr. Borgmeyer      
    Drama Students learn empathy, self-confidence and catharsis by expressing themselves through other characters. Mr. Richards      
    E Sports The purpose of the eSports Club is for students to learn collaboration, problem solving, and strategic thinking through play and competition. By working together and against others, students will acquire skills, knowledge and develop partnerships that extend beyond the classroom. Mr. Simmons None None  During lunch 
    Environmental The Environmental Club at Park Vista works to create awareness of environmental issues and promote environmentally conscientious habits by educating and empowering students and the community. The Environmental Club at Park Vista participates in beach cleanups, aids in managing the recycling program, helps manage the on-campus garden, and collaborates with environmentally focused nonprofits. Mr. Rosenberg None None  Once a month during lunch 
    FFEA Florida Future Educators of America  This club nurtures students' interest in teaching as a career. Students read to elementary students, shadow teachers, adopt a teacher for community service hours, and volunteer in community outreach projects.     Mrs. Pokabla None None  During lunch, before school 
    First Priority First Priority of America exists to educate, train, and provide resources for Christian students to share the gospel with other students on the public school campus, and to help students get connected to a youth ministry in a local church. Mr. Woods None None  During lunch 
    GSA A club to raise awareness and to advocate for the safety and inclusion of all students (specifically LGBTQ+) through community-building activities on campus and with other clubs in the district. All students are welcome to join the club. Mr. Seemann/Mrs. Lee None None  During lunch/after school 
    HOSA Health Occupations Students of America. HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA actively promotes career opportunities in the health industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. (From HOSA website - Mr. Wallwork      
    Jewish Student Connection Club that supports better understanding of the Jewish community and culture. Both Jews and non-Jews are welcome. It is a celebration type club. Mr. Strackman None None  During lunch 
    Key Club Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Mrs. Boff None None  During lunch and after school 
    Model UN Students practice research, public speaking, teamwork, negotiation, and writing skills in a safe and structured environment. In order to work, the debate requires different people to fill different roles. Mr. Borgmeyer      
    Multicultural Club Increase general knowledge about multiculturalism and positively influence multicultural involvement at PV and beyond. Mrs. Ennis Dillon      
    National Art Honor Society Supports and recognizes students showing outstanding abilities in art; supports their goals of attaining the highest standards in visual arts, and brings visual arts education to the attention of the school and community. Ms. Chau 4.0 in art, 3.0 in academic 2 teacher recommendations  During school 
    National English Honor Society Supports and recognizes students that excel in language arts. Members tutor and mentor. Mrs. Haber 3.0 in ELA 3 recommendations  During lunch/before school 
    National French Honor Society The mission of the FNHS is to recognize high achievement of high school students in the French language, by wearing a tri-color cord at graduation, by earning a special seal on their diploma, and to promote a continuing interest in French and Francophone studies through participating in cultural events, and tutoring. Mrs. McCarthy      
    National Honor Society NHS recognizes the well-rounded student. Membership is by invitation only in January. Mrs. Dragovich 3.6 GPA or 4.5 HPA 3 teacher recommendations & completion of application  
    National Journalism Honor Society Supports & recognizes individual student initiative/achievement in scholastic journalism, regardless the medium. Mrs. Schector      
    National Math Honor Society The purpose of a Math Honor Society is to instill the love of math in others. We support and recognize high achievement throughout the high school experience. We do public service projects that are math based to instill the love of public service in our students.  Mrs. Titcomb      
    National Psychology Honor Society Psi Alpha is the National Honor Society for Psychology High School Students. There are specific requirements that must be met, one of which is being an active MPower member and running/planning an MPower event. Ms. L. Gilbert      
    National Science Honor Society SNHS - Academic excellence in Science includes a yearly community service project. Mr. Semmelmeir      
    National Social Studies Honor Society Rho Kappa honors academic excellence in the social sciences and history. There is an emphasis on service to the community. Mrs. Matyskiel 3.5 in social studies courses and must be in an AP social studies course 2 teacher recommendations  
    National Spanish Honor Society NSHS promotes the study of the Spanish Language and the culture of Hispanic countries. Members are encouraged to provide service to the community. Ms. Martinez 3.5 GPA in Spanish, 3.0 GPA overall 2 teacher recommendations and completed application First EVEN block day of the month, before school and after school meetings
    National Technical Honor Society NTHS strives to bring well deserved recognition, scholarship opportunities, and career opportunities to students who excel in one of the 108 career and technical educational fields as their profession.  Ms. Weinhouse 3.0 GPA Unweighted in 3rd or 4th year of CTE    
    Paw Protection PP students work with area shelters and volunteer their time and love of animal rescues.   Mrs. Haber None None Lunch and some weekends
    PeaceJam PeaceJam celebrates student voices and motivations to make a difference in their community. Youth work together to serve their community. At the end of the year, youth attend a conference in Tallahassee and meet a Nobel Peace Laureate.  Ms. Barrett     During lunch
    M.E.C.C Middle Eastern Culture Club Miss Fonseca      
    Promise Club Student-led group aims to raise mental health awareness and school safety. Ms. Zepada      
    Robotics Club The purpose of the Robotics Club is for students to learn how to code and write commands for robotics through play and competition. By programming and controlling robots, students will acquire skills, knowledge and develop partnerships that extend beyond the classroom. Mr. Simmons None None During lunch
    SECME STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) based club where students use technology to build different projects using engineering design principles. Ms. Gibson/Mr. Speicher N/A N/A  
    Special Olympics Special Olympics provides an opportunity for students with intellectual disabilities to engage in year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their peers, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.   N/A Students must receive medical clearance After school 3:15-4:15
    Step Team An organization geared towards instilling respect, poise and tenacity within a community of students. We do this through our involvement in various school activities, academic monitoring and especially through a culturally relevant form of dance referred to as step. Ms. Lubin      
    Think Pink Think Pink is a philanthropic club whose mission is to promote public awareness of breast cancer and raise funds in support of cancer-related organizations at Park Vista. This club focuses on:
    Providing breast cancer education and awareness. Earning, raising, and donating money for breast cancer research. Partnering with the community to support breast cancer awareness.
    The club promotes various community service and/or volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Club members organize and run numerous Think Pink days on campus with various activities to raise money for breast cancer awareness.
    Ms. Liosatos N/A Students must be active members to receive Service Hours fundraising events. Meets during lunch and hold events after school both on and off campus.
    Women of Tomorrow The Women of Tomorrow mission is to inspire, motivate and empower at-risk young women to live up to their full potential through a unique group mentoring program with highly accomplished professional women and scholarship opportunities.   None None During lunch
    MPower/PSI Alpha MPower is a club open to any student on campus that is interested in psychology and activities that go along with greater psychological understanding.  Psi Alpha is connected to MPower and is the National Honor Society for Psychology High School Students.  There are specific requires that must be met, one of which is being an active MPower member and running/planning an MPower event. Lisa Gilbert None-Psi Alpha, yes Psi Alpha After school
    Tri-M Music Honor Society Tri-M is an honor society for music students. Amrutha Murthy 3 Enrolled in a music class Lunch/After school