Activities / Clubs

Clubs are an important part of the high school experience and colleges want to see school involvement and community service on a student's application.   See what Estero High School has to offer.  If you don't find a club that interests you, find a faculty sponsor, and ask to have your club approved.






Meeting Time

A Team

Ms. Daum

Room 513

Every other Monday from 1:45-2:45

AICE Student Union

Ms. Daum/Mr. Van Scoy

Room 513

Tuesdays from 1:45-3:00

Ampersand: Arts & Literary Magazine

Ms. Stephens

Room 129

First Tuesday of each month from 1:45-2:45


Art Club

Mr. Sherry

Room 118

Every Monday after school from 1:45-3:00

Beach Volleyball Club (Dec-April)

Dr. Harris

Estero Rec Center

Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:00-4:00

Digital Art Club

Mr. Heyboer

Room 504


Dungeons and Dragons Club

Mr. McMonigle

Room 113

Fridays from 1:45-3:45

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

Mrs. Doten

Online/in person

Every Thursday 1:40-2:30. Please ensure your ride is on campus at 2:30.

Future Educators of America (FEA)

Ms. Roche

Room 128

Every other Thursday from 1:40-2:15

Gardening Club

Chef Ross

Room 116/Garden

Every Tuesday from 1:40-3:00

Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

Ms. Roche

Room 128

Every Tuesday from 1:45-2:30

Gaming Club

Mr. Leiderman

Room 402

Every Friday from 1:40-2:20


Mrs. Klinker/Mrs. Puckett

Room 510

Every Other Thursday from 1:40-2:30

Key Club

Mrs. Delago

Room 508

Every Thursday from 1:45-2:30

Mindful Mondays

Ms. Santaniello/Mrs. Terzak


Every Monday from 1:45-2:15

Mu Alpha Theta

Ms. Coolidge/ Mr. McMonigle

Room 113/Room 111


National Honor Society (NHS)

Mrs. Tucker

Media Center

9/13/, 10/4, 11/8, 12/6, 1/10, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, 5/2 beginning at 1:45

“On the Prowl” Newspaper

Mr. Leiderman

Room 402

Every Monday from 1:40-2:20


Pathways Club

Mrs. Moses

Room 207

Every third Wednesday from 1:45-2:30

Photography Club

Mrs. Reddish

Room 506

1:45-2:30; 9/20, 10/11, 11/15, 12/13, 1/24, 2/14, 3/14, 4/11, 5/9

Spirit Club

Mr. Truesdell

Room 503

Every Friday from 1:45-2:15

STEM at Work

Mr. Heyboer

Room 504

No meetings – See Mr. Heyboer

TASC (EHS Talents, Academics, Scholarships, Competitions)

Ms. Roche

Room 128

Every other Monday from 1:45-2:15

Tri-M Music Society

Ms. Batista

Room 102

Every other Wednesday beginning at 2:00

TSA (Technology Student Association)

Mr. Fisher

Room 403

Every Monday from 1:45-3:15

WES Buddies

Ms. Giordano

Room 104

Monday, once a month from 1:45-2:15

Wild 4 News Club

Ms. McElfresh/Mr. Sherry

Room 331

Every Tuesday from 1:45-2:30

World Languages Club

Mrs. Vargas

Room 507

Every other Monday from 1:45 – 2:30


**Meeting dates, times, and locations are subject to change.

Club Descriptions:

AICE Student Union: AICE Student Union (ASU) is a club for Cambridge students to enjoy service activities and events, gain support from fellow students, and learn how to evolve as a leader. All Cambridge students are welcome to join and attend biweekly meetings on Tuesday, after school, in room 513.


Ampersand Arts & Literary Magazine: Ampersand is our literary and arts publication. We combine the creative works of Estero High School students into a digital publication. Ampersand will collect and organize student-created poetry, prose, photography, and visual arts into a monthly issue and will compile a retrospective near the end of the school year.


Beach Volleyball Club (December-April): The Beach Volleyball Club is for any female who would like to become more competitive in the sport of Beach Volleyball or would just like to be able to play with others on the sand courts around our area beaches. All club members participate in the activities on meeting days, and all have an opportunity to compete at several weekend or midweek (Wednesday) Beach Volleyball tournaments in Southwest Florida.


Digital Art Club: A place for students who enjoy creating art digitally using Tablets, Photoshop and Illustrator, or a place for students who would like to learn more about how to use those programs. Digital Art Club is also a place to promote school spirit through the creation of the art. 


Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) Club: D&D Club is a place to play games, make friends, and adventure together. We play a variety of TTRPGs, but D&D 5e is the primary game we play.


Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA): A national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in public and private school through grade 12. FCCLA members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, career preparation and community service.


Future Educators of America (FEA): Future Educators of America is an academic club offering experience and service hours for students with an interest in teaching as a possible career. With good attendance and grades, placement volunteering at a local school is possible through Project Teach. All leadership positions are available at this time. 


Gardening Club: The Gardening club offers a plethora of opportunities to everyone at Estero High. Some of the opportunities include learning about native ecology and the biology of plants, providing an organic food source for culinary students, offering inspiration/subject material for photography and other art students, and further beautifying our Estero campus. The Gardening club also offers potential volunteer service hours as well as engaging the community as a whole.


Gaming Club: Gaming Club provides an opportunity for students to meet and compete with other students that are interested in both video games and tabletop card games. Students can bring in their devices and games to play.


Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA): Estero's GSA club is a source of strength and friendship unique in its diversity and inclusion; it is established to bring a culture of acceptance and education for ALL students. Students of all backgrounds and interests are encouraged to attend and participate in this fun-filled club that meets every Tuesday.


Interact: The Interact Club is a service club sponsored by the local Rotary club. The club participates in school-based service projects, community service projects and an international project.  


Key Club: Estero High School's Key Club performs acts of service in our communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing, and organizing food drives. Students earn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects, and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district, and international levels. Key Club International is a branch of Kiwanis International.


Mindful Mondays: The purpose of this club is to promote physical and mental well-being, to teach students how to create balance in their lives, and to learn strategies to foster calmness and peace. Here are some of the benefits of having a daily yoga practice: Yoga improves strength, balance and flexibility; Yoga relaxes you and helps you sleep better; Yoga can mean more energy and brighter moods; Yoga helps you manage stress; Yoga connects you with a supportive community. NO experience needed, just bring a towel or mat, and wear comfy clothes. Yoga is for everyBODY!


Mu Alpha Theta: Mu Alpha Theta is a mathematics honor society that attends math competitions and provides the opportunity to earn service hours through math tutoring.


National Honors Society (NHS): National Honor Society is an organization that recognizes students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. NHS is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of individuals throughout the country, community, and school through volunteer work, fundraisers, and annual projects. We have a qualifying process in the Spring of one's Sophomore year if they have a GPA of 3.5 unweighted. Potential members must complete an application form detailing their merits in community service, special honors and awards, organizations and clubs, leadership activities, musical performance, and athletic involvement.


“On the Prowl” Student Newspaper: Estero High School’s student newspaper gives aspiring writers the opportunity to learn and apply the skills needed to be journalists in the 21st century. Students have the opportunity to have their writing published in multiple mediums.


Pathways Club: Pathways club is open to all students at Estero High School. Once a month the club meets to learn about different pathway options after high school. Guest speakers come to discuss job opportunities, career paths, educational paths, and so much more! Come to Pathways to learn about the options you have after you graduate from Estero High School!


Photography Club: Photography club will meet once a month after school on Mondays from 1:45-2:30 on the following dates:  9/20 Intro & take panning photos, 10/11 water play photos, 11/15 ghost portraits & faculty holiday photos, 12/13 light panning, 1/24 levitation photography, 2/14 action photography, 3/14, 4/11 and 5/9 Senior portraits and other projects.


Spirit Club: The Spirit Club is a student-run organization that seeks to generate/raise school spirit by supporting all sports/activities. Wildcats on 3.... wildcats on 3.... 123... WILDCATS!😁


EHS Talents, Academics, Scholarships, Competitions (TASC): If you are a student in need of assistance, joining, or participating in an activity not offered at EHS, TASC is the club you would like to get involved with to find future financial assistance through scholarships and competitions. Bring your dreams to TASC! 


Tri-M Music Society: The Tri-M Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAME), which focuses on creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy. Tri-M is the only music honor society for middle school and high school students in the country. It is the equivalent to the National Honor Society, but for musicians. Tri-M recognizes students that have gone above and beyond both academically and musically. Tri-M provides students leadership opportunities to make a difference in their community through music-based service projects. Tri- M highlights the school’s music program, helps students grow in innumerable ways, and brightens their college applications.


Technology Student Association (TSA): The Technology Student Association is a national, non-profit organization of middle and high school students who are engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). TSA is open to students enrolled in or who have already completed CTE Technology Education Courses at Estero High School. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities, and much more. State and National TSA competitions include categories such as Biotechnology Design, Career Prep, Coding, CompTIA ITF+ Certification, Cybersecurity, Digital Photography, Co2 Dragster Design, Flight, Leadership Strategies, Prepared Presentation, Software Development, Drone Flight Challenge, Technology Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Webmaster, and much more.

World Languages Club: To build an awareness and an appreciation for diversity and other cultures. We enjoy activities, such as watching movies about diversity and different ethnicities, cooking dishes from other countries, or attending festivals.




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