Clubs & Activities



Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

In FBLA students learn leadership roles and get community service hours. Members of FBLA have an opportunity to develop their leadership and business skills through individual and team competitions, chapter projects, and community activities. Students compete at the district, state, and national levels. Students who participate in FBLA projects and activities can earn community service or volunteer hours. Officers meet every week and members monthly. During projects, students meet more often to plan, organize, and implement projects.

All Business Technology Education students are invited and encouraged to join FBLA.  Other River Ridge students may join, but they must understand it is their responsibility to check in with officers and advisers to keep current on activities.  To join, interested students must complete an application and pay annual dues of $25.

Learn more about the FBLA District, led by a River Ridge President –

Club sponsors are Ms. May & Stacy Hill


German Honor Society

The German Honor Society is to promote the German culture and language. Any students who are interested and are not yet able to join can become club members. The benefits of being a member are receiving community service hours by participating in activities such as Special Olympics and Christmas caroling. Club members are able to experience cultural experiences such as St. Martin, Oktoberfest and Weihnachtsmarkt. As a member of good standing of the German Honor Society, students will be able to graduate receiving their honor cord. The German Honor Society and club generally meets once a month but special occasions the German honor society may meet more frequently. Students are eligible to become a member after completing 3 semesters of German with an overall GPA 3.5 in German and an overall GPA of 3.0 on all other course work. Students fill out a member form and after reviewing their grades and conduct for approval, they then have to attend the German Honor Society induction ceremony. Attendance at meetings is a requirement for continued membership.

Club Sponsor is Frau Newbolds


Interact Club

The Interact Club is to provide community service that will benefit both the club and society. The club meets twice a month (every other Friday @ 7am). Students must volunteer 6 hours of community service hours a month and work one Salvation Army Soup Kitchen during the school year. The requirements for joining are a 2.0 and above GPA, as well as willing to give back to the community. Students in grades 10-12 that would like to join the Interact Club must fill out an application on Wednesday, August 24, Thursday, August 25, Friday, of August 26, before or after school or during 4th lunch, in 3–216. 

The Interact Club will have meetings on the following dates during the first semester:

  • September 9 & 23
  • October 7 & 21
  • November 4 & 18
  • December 2 & 16

Club sponsor is Mr. Howery


National English Honor Society

Applications are now available, and are due Friday, Sept. 16th by 2 PM. Requirements for applicants:

  • 11th or 12th grade student
  • 3.5 unweighted GPA
  • currently taking Honors/AP English
  • teacher recommendation forms
  • writing sample is required

You can download the application here or see either your English teacher, Ms. Phelps or Mrs. Evans for a paper copy.


National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.

Activities include providing after-school tutoring two days a week. See Mrs. Hallwas for more information. You can DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE


SWAT-SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

The purpose of the club is to teach and provide information on the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and other type of decisions that can impact and affect the students in a negative or positive way. The club meets once a month during normal months after school for about 20 minutes. When major events occur we meet during that week and up to several times before the event. All students with no major referrals and no history of drug or alcohol problems are able to become members. The benefits of being a member are that students will help others to make good decisions, gain volunteer hours, and there is also an annual field trip to Universal or Disney.

Club sponsor is Cpl. Mills and Mrs. K Smith


Science National Honor Society

The purpose of the Science National Honor Society is to recognize as well as encourage scientific, intellectual thoughts, to communicate with the scientific community, and advances the knowledge students have of modern and classical science and help improve scientific knowledge of those around them. The Scientific National Honor Society is encouraged to do community service such as judging the science fair, Trick-around-the-track and help set up the Special Olympics with the possibility of being rewarded with scholarship opportunities and volunteer hours. In turn they encourage the pursuit of scientific knowledge for generations to come. The Science National Honor Society meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 a.m. in 2-209. To be eligible students must maintain a B+ average across all science courses, be enrolled in at least one honors or higher level science class during or prior to the eleventh grade year or in one second year honors or upper level science class in the twelfth grade year although if a 2nd year honors class is not available enroll into another 1st year honors class instead.

Club Sponsor is Dr. Cohen


Spanish Honor Society

The purpose of the Society is to recognize high achievement in Spanish by students of secondary schools and to promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies. Members may enjoy limited privileges and benefits in the Society. They may vote, hold office, or be eligible to receive scholarship or travel awards of the Society, and receive volunteer hours. General membership meetings are held every three weeks in room 3-202.

To remain a member you must not miss two meetings, doing so will forfeit your membership, and dues will not be returned. Students taking Spanish class online or off campus are not eligible for the Society. Students must have an A- average in all Spanish classes. Student must have a 3.00 GPA or higher. Students must be enrolled in the third semester of Spanish or higher. Future SHH members may pick up an application from either of these parties through their Spanish teachers, sponsors, president or by printing a copy of the application from the SHH website.

Club sponsor is Senora Bozolo


Students Protecting Land and Sea Habitats

SPLASH stands for Students Protecting Land and Sea Habitats.  Our focus is to help take care of the environment, as well as to educate others about what they can do to help.  SPLASH helps with school recycling and various school activities. Members of SPLASH club participate in cleanups at local beaches and parks. We also volunteer at the local environmental center and other schools.

SPLASH members can get volunteer hours for the Bright Futures program by participating in our various activities both at school, and off campus on weekends.  There is always a sense of pride and accomplishment in participating in our activities.  Those who fulfill their SPLASH community service hour requirements, and remain in good standings within RRHS, are eligible to go to the county’s environmental center, the EMC, to kayak and participate in activities to learn about the environment we’re working on protecting.

SPLASH meets for formal meetings once a quarter.  We keep our members informed of various activities through Facebook, Remind, Twitter, and newsletters. There is also a bulletin board with current information located in Laine Smith’s classroom (2-110).

Anybody in good standing with RRHS is eligible to become a member of SPLASH.  Requirements are to participate in at least 4 hours of SPLASH community service hours a quarter, & pay member dues. Students may apply in August.

Club sponsor is Mrs. L. Smith


Supporting and Inspiring Peers Club

The SIP Club at River Ridge Middle/High School is a club that focuses on the development of friendships between students with disabilities and students without disabilities. SIP stands for Supporting and Inspiring Peers. Members of the SIP Club are grouped with peer buddies in activities such as Special Olympics or in social activities or positive interactions. To be a member of the SIP club students must be in grades 7-12, meet the overall school attendance policy. Some requirements to be a part of the SIP Club are attending the monthly meetings after school from 2-3pm. There is also mandatory training and many leadership responsibilities to be a leader. Attending school based evening social activities and Special Olympics is optional.


Teen Court

If you have an interest in law and the practical application to the judicial system in Pasco county, then Teen Court may be the place for you. Teen court provides an immersive experience in application of due process. If you are interested in attending Teen Court please see Mr. Jackson in room 3-108 for an application.

Club sponsor is Mr. Jackson



The purpose of Thespians is to build students’ performance skills through coaching, performing, and competing. Students involved will build teamwork skills, responsibilities, and a sense of commitment. There will be periodical informational meetings at the beginning of the school year. Additional time commitments will be set following those meetings for rehearsals for performances and competition. Anyone who meets all requirements is eligible. Requirements include a 2.0 GPA and regular attendance to come into the drama room (5-209). Or contact a thespian officer if you’re interested in joining. Benefits include induction into the International Thespian Society and many opportunities to showcase acting, singing, and dancing talents and earn volunteer hours.

Club sponsor is Mrs. Rogers


Christ Club

The River Ridge Christ Club is open to all students who are followers of Jesus Christ.  It is a great place to come together at the end of the week to just relax and get to know other believers.  They meet every Friday after school from 2:00pm to 3:30pm in Room #4-203.   Meetings include a time of worship, prayer, fellowship and a bible message delivered by the club president.  Discussion and participation are strongly encouraged.  They invite guest speakers to come and speak on various topics and sometimes they just have fun and play games.  Outside activities include fundraisers and get togethers.  Members are kept informed through various forms of social media.

Mrs. Vinson is the club sponsor.