Clubs & Organizations

Freshman Exec.Mrs. A. Harris, Mrs. S. Gonzales, Mrs. S. Tibbets, Mr. R. Baranpourian The Creekview High School Class of 2020’s primary missions are to provide leadership for the Class of 2020 and support community service and fund-raising for senior-year activities including, but not limited to, expenses related to prom, senior walk, senior picnic and a senior donation to the school. Meetings are held every other Monday in room B100.B100
Sophomore Exec.Mr. R. Tjachyadi, Mrs. A. Gonzalez, Mr. C. Willborn The purpose of this organization is to encourage school spirit and involvement, build leadership skills, and foster a sense of unity within the graduating class. Throughout the school year, the elected board members hold and run exec meetings where the students make decisions regarding their community involvement, social events, and fundraising opportunities. Meetings are in E310 every Wednesday after school.E310
Junior Exec.Ms. R. Cain, Mr. D. Carroll, Mrs. N. Watkins (Isch) The purpose of this organization is to encourage school spirit and involvement, build leadership skills, and foster a sense of unity within the graduating class. Throughout the school year, the elected board members hold and run exec meetings where the students make decisions regarding their community involvement, social events, and fundraising opportunities. Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month in C231 from 3:45-4:15 p.m.C231
Senior Exec.Mrs. W. Kelley, Mrs. N. Miller, Ms. S. Blue Class of 2017 Exec. Meets Wednesday AM/PM in the library Follow on Twitter @2017 exec Student President: Rolando BernalLibrary
Agriculture/Aquaponics ClubMr. R. Baranpourian, Mrs. E. Nelson, Dr. S. Potter, Mr. D. Carroll The Agriculture & Aquaponics Club is a place where students can come and relax and get away from it all. They can grow vegetables and learn a very important skill – how to grow their own food (and then eat it!!!) Come and leave a legacy as Creekview High School starts its first ever Garden Club!C362
Anime ClubMr. John McWilliams Our club meets every Monday at 3:40 p.m. We discuss our favorite animes and will on occasion watch one that we vote on as a group. There will also be an art contest every nine weeks and will have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place with prizes ranging from a full season of an anime on dvd to some little trinket.E100
Art ClubMr. R. Thomas, Mrs. C. Sommerman Art club meets in C141 after school on Tuesdays. You do NOT have to be in art class to be in art club! We do art, and we make the ceiling tiles you see every day in the halls. We also create the murals in the halls, teach elementary students art, and try to make others aware of the art that is in the world around us. Art Club is where it’s at!C141
Astronomy ClubMr. T, Renshaw Meetings on Monday afternoons at 3:40 p.m. Purpose is to gain knowledge of the universe through hands on observational activitiesE262
AVID ClubMrs. N. Watkins (Isch) AVID Club is an organization specifically for AVID students to organize and participate in volunteer opportunities, service projects, and social activities outside of the AVID classroom. This club allows students to expand their AVID family beyond their grade level and build their resume with extra opportunities to make a difference in the community. Meetings are held on Friday afternoons from 3:45-4:30 in room E241 (Isch Watkins) every other week. The first meeting is Friday, September 23rd.E241
CHHA (Coalition for Healthy/Happy Animals)Mrs. R. Eddings Coalition for Healthy and Happy Animals is club devoted to educating our community about animal care and respect! Our primary community service project is a partnership with Operation Kindness, Carrollton’s oldest and largest no-kill animal shelter
CREW (Christians Ready, Equipped and Willing)Mrs. Jessica Stevens We believe that CREW is called to be a light to the students at Creekiew spreading truth, hope and love. Our goal in CREW is to help all students know that God loves them and has a plan for their lives. All Creekview students are welcome to join us!Meets every Wednesday morning at 7:45 in E250 for fellowship, prayer and worship. We also participate in the annual "See You at the Pole" day as well as an annual prayer walk around the school.
Dance NHS (prereq.)Mrs. R. Eddings Dance Club is for all members of the Dance Department who are currently enrolled in classes and taking any level of dance.
DECAMrs. L. Wood, Mr. Cott, Mrs. Thompson Students who are enrolled in marketing, business management, or entrepreneurship courses are eligible to join. DECA allows students to participate in competition at the District, State, and National level. Students who choose to compete learn not only about marketing, finance and business, but they also learn leadership skills, professional dress, presentation skills, self-confidence, and time management. DECA strives to prepare students to be academically prepared for both college and careers. Meetings are held once a month after school, usually on a Wednesday. 2-3 Saturday role practices and some after school practices. Travel to district on a Saturday. If qualify then to state, (this year San Antonio, TX), then to Nationals in California if qualified.C111 C201 E201
FCACoach J. Cline, Coach, B. Smith Fellowship of Christian Athletes FCA here at Creekview is a multi-sport huddle. A multi-sport huddle is a small group bible study for athletes from multiple sports teams and all whom they influence (Traditional Huddle). The goal is to present to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church. Meeting Times: 7:35 a.m., every Thursday in the indoor facility. Any student, whether you are in a sport or not, is welcome to come!Indoor
French ClubMr. C. Willborn French Club is a group for anyone with an appreciation for all things French, including culture, food, movies, current events, fashion, and more. Our events and activities bring the Francophone world to our neighborhood for all to explore.E300
German ClubMrs. D. Jouana German Club is a student led organization. The sponsor is Mrs. Jouana. The students have a service project each semester. The meetings are once or twice a month and held in C250.C250
GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance)Mr. C. Willborn, Mr. R. Tjachyadi GSA Welcomes everyone in the LGBTQ+ community to better understand people as a whole. We promote equality for everyone, regardless of specifications.E300
International ClubMs. C. Rodriguez The International Club is a place for students to learn about other cultures. Within the overall umbrella of the International Club, there are opportunities for students to start their own clubs, like the Chinese Club or Central American Student Club. If you want to share your culture or to learn about others, the International Club is the place.C332
Japanese ClubMrs. Y. Vinson The Creekview Japanese Club is a group for those interested in learning more about Japanese language and culture. Our primary goals are to add an extracurricular and social component to students in the Japanese department as well as make the culture and language available to the greater student body. We meet every Friday. Our club events and activities include: • Watching Japanese movies • Japanese crafts such as origami & paper sumo • Learning about and celebrating Japanese holidays • Japanese calligraphy writing and painting • Tea ceremony • Participating various kinds of event as Yosakoi dancers (Ex. An annual Japanese autumn festival) Let's have fun together!!E301
Japanese NHSMrs. Y. Vinson The Japanese National Honor Society Pre-College Chapter (JNHS) recognizes and encourages scholastic achievement and excellence in Japanese study by working with teachers and administrators to develop and maintain high standards of Japanese language education and promoting cultural activities. Students who are nominated for membership receive Certificates of Excellence and a cord (optional). Their schools and instructors are recognized on the AATJ website and in the AATJ Newsletter. Academic criteria for student induction in JNHS are as follows: The student has completed the first term of his/her second-year Japanese language course in junior high or a senior high school; The student has maintained a 3.5 GPA in Japanese courses and an overall 3.0 GPA.E301
Key ClubMr. Je. Johnson We are a community service organization open to all students 9-12. Most of our events are on Saturdays so the student must have their own form of transportation (their own car or ride with parents, siblings, etc.) The cost is $15 for membership. The deadline to return those forms to me with the $15 is Friday, September 30th.C350
League of Legends ClubMr. SingletonThe purpose of the club is to help improve player gameplay and take notes over professional gameplay. The club meets Mondays and Wednesdays after school in the computer lab.Student Officers: Brandon Hu and Chase HarlerComputer Room
Mu Alpha ThetaMs. K. Bell, Ms. C. Reuscher Mu Alpha Theta is an organization dedicated to promoting scholarship in mathematics and establishing math as an integral part of high school and junior college education. Mu Alpha Theta is open to high school students who have completed equivalent of two years of college preparatory mathematics, including algebra and/or geometry, and in addition have completed or are enrolled in a third year of college preparatory mathematics. These students must also have at least a 3.0 in their Math GPA.
Muslim Student Assoc.Miss S. Blue Our meetings are every Monday afternoon in Miss Blue’s room (E251). This club is a group of Muslim students that come together and do service projects and inform the community about our religion and beliefs. We would really appreciate it if you guys would join! President: Sehar BoodhwaniE251
Mustang BuddiesMs. D. Ochoa, Mrs. D. Long, Ms. E. Law Mustang Buddies is an organization whose purpose is to provide opportunities for socialization for students who live with unique challenges. The club encourages Creekview students to be leaders in the effort to provide opportunities for these students to meet new people and participate in social events. The club is open to ALL Creekview students. The group’s first meeting will be on September 14th in room C132 at 3:35. New members are always welcome. We do about 1 activity per month. The leaders meet at least one other time each month for planning and preparation. Interested students please see one of the sponsors for more information!C132 C172 C270
NHS (prereq.)Mr. B. Womack, Mrs. V. Womack, Mrs. J. Stevens, Mr. M. Rooks Students must be invited to apply during their junior or senior year and accepted into membership. The requirements to be a member include a weighted GPA of 91 or above, school and community involvement and service, evidence of leadership, and excellent character references.C341
Philosophy ClubMr. S. ReadE352
Spanish ClubMr. V. Monreal We are a service club. Our goal is to do at least 1 service project a month! Our meetings are usually on Mondays right after school in C303a. Quick, short meetings where we work in some Spanish culture, talk about service projects, and have some fun.C303a
Spanish NHSMrs. J. Davis The National Spanish Honor society is an honor society that students who earned a 91 GPA or above in Spanish classes, or who have passed the AP Language and Culture exam. Students are not eligible until they have completed the 1st semester of Spanish 3 unless they are eligible due to the AP test. We meet once a month, mornings and afternoons. We are a service oriented society and we choose projects yearly although a couple of elementary schools have asked us to help them with fall festivals for a number of years now. We participate in the culture-related city and district initiatives depending on dates and availability of students. We sometimes have fundraisers. We offer other service opportunities to students throughout the year, such as help to Spanish teachers, tutoring younger students, etc.E322
Strategic Gaming ClubMr. McWilliams Meetings are Thursdays at 4 p.m.- 5:30 p.m.C121
Student CouncilMrs. N. Watkins (Isch) Student Council is an organization comprised of service-minded student leaders that work to make a positive impact on the community and promote school pride. Through service projects and leadership activities, StuCo provides students an opportunity to grow individually as leaders while they work as a group to serve their school and community. Meetings occur once a month at 7pm in the cafeteria and Information Sessions are held intermittently before and after school in B100 to keep members updated on upcoming events. To join, or for more information on meeting dates, etc.E241
WranglersMiss E. Johnston Wranglers (sometimes referred to as Spirit Wranglers) are Junior and Senior ambassadors to Creekview representing the finest & zaniest the school has to offer. On the sideline, in the stands, throughout the school & the community Wranglers represent the spirit and hard work of all mustangs.E102
Young LifeMrs. K. Bell, Ms. Mari Gutierrez Open to everyone! We meet Monday’s at 7:32 at “The Shack”, in a portable outside the church across from Rosemead Rec (1225 E Rosemeade Pkwy, Carrollton, TX 75007)Off Campus
Young, Gifted, and AwareCoach B. (Chris) Gilbert Young, Gifted & Aware is the schools 1st Black History club, where students can come together as one community. To encourage, motivate, and to inspire to be great citizens of this country. We will be having our first meeting the 21st of September, 2016 in room B100. If you are interested in being a part of a great organization please come by B100 from 8:00-8:15am.