Clubs & Meetings

Amnesty International
Advisor: Mr. Fallon
A worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights.  AI  is independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion.  The Millis chapter does its best to urge world leaders to respect these rights by writing letters, participating in rallies and spreading information about violations.
(G Day, second lunch, Room 121)

Art Club
Advisor: Mrs. Haggerty
Created to celebrate and appreciate the arts and their places in education and the real world.  Visits museums to further artistic comprehension, hold workshops to help exercise artistic abilities. Art Club and National Art Honor Society strive to inspire and recognize students who have shown outstanding abilities and interest in art.  Our mission includes bringing visual arts education to the attention of the school and community and involvement in arts-related service projects.  
(E Day, both lunches, Room 107)

Common Ground
Advisor: Mrs. Mannion
Common Ground is the diversity/Gay Straight Alliance Organization for Millis High School. Goal is for school safety for all students. Promote tolerance through various activities.  Unity through Diversity.
(A Day, both lunches, TV Studio)

Debate Club
Advisor: Mr. Kraby
We discuss and debate various topics. Students learn how to debate effectively and passionately about topics that are relevant to society today.
(Meeting day TBD)

Drama Club
Advisor: TBA
 All students are welcomed to join.  There are numerous opportunities to become a part of the production: acting, stage crew, props manager, hair/make-up , stage design and costume manager.    

Drum Circle
Advisor: Mr. Kraby   
The drum circle club is an opportunity to create a unique community using the power of rhythm as the glue.  Many cultures around the world see the power of rhythm to pass down stories, celebrate rites of passage, and communicate with ancestors.  Come to drum circle club to create community at Millis High!
(B day, second lunch)

Fashion Club
Advisor: Mrs. Mannion

HS Book Group
Advisors: Mrs. Boissy and Mrs. Divver, with Mrs. Neville and Ms. Silverman at the Public Library
Students in grades 9-12 read a book that is selected by the group or discusss “great reads” as book talks. Meetings will vary for before-school, lunch and evening meetings (at the Millis Public Library.) New members are always welcome!
Check the library for meeting times.

Leo Club
Advisor: Mr. Caulfield
The Leo’s was established to benefit the school, the community and those participating in the club itself.
(C day, first lunch, Room 106, every other Thursday 7:40 a.m.)

Advisors: Mrs. Divver and Mr. Carter
Students grade 9-12 interested in journalism meet once a week during lunch to discuss issues of interest concerning school, town, MA and the world.  Students write articles, take pictures, draw cartoons, etc.
(D Day, both lunches in Room 110/Library and 7:30- 7:45 Tuesdays in Room 110)

Peer Leadership
Advisors: Mr. Bigelow and Riley Stevens
Peer Leaders are considered “role models” within the school community and volunteer their time and energy toward helping and educating others.  The Peer Leaders are currently working on establishing a Big Brother/Sister Program and a Peer Mediation Program, which involves training in conflict resolution.
(F day, first lunch Room 106 / second lunch Room 115)

Rubik’s Cube Club
Advisor: Mr. Saegh
(A day, both lunches, Room 119)

Advisor: Mr. Ingraham
Millis’ Students Against Destructive Decisions chapter is dedicated to helping teenagers make the right choices in order to stay healthy and safe.  We focus on two topics a month including: drunk driving, tobacco, marijuana, depression, date rape and others. Meets once every cycle at lunch.
(B day , first lunch Room 108 / second lunch Room 115).

Student Council
Advisor: Miss Ziemba
An elected body of students who provide leadership opportunities, heighten school spirit, organize student events, community service projects, etc.
(Meets before school, Room 122)

Advisor: Mrs. Copice  
The MS/HS Dance Club has a goal of bringing dance to everyone.  We offer dance clases for all abilities afterschool in the auditorium on Fridays from 2:30 - 3:30, and then on other days as demand warrants.  We host the annual product of the Nutcracker each year as well as the Spring Dance Recital, which features some student choreography in addition to  ensemble pieces.  Additionally,  we meeting during both lunches on G days  in room 109 to connect, watch videos, talk dance, and do the behind-the-scenes tasks necessary to mount two productions a year.
(G Day, both lunches Room 109)

Woodworking Club
Advisors: Mr. Sims and Mr. DiGiammerino
(Room 230, Wed & Thurs 2:30-4:30)

Advisor: Mrs. Jones
The yearbook is put together by a staff of students that work during lunch and after school.  Layouts are designed on the computer and utilize digital photography.  Students in all grades are welcome.
(E Day, first lunch, Room 118)

Youth in Government
Advisor: Miss Ziemba
Youth in Government is a state-wide program sponsored by the YMCA in which high school students (delegates) across the Commonwealth participate in legislative, jud icial, and executive practices along with experiencing first hand the role of the press and the task of lobbying for bills.  They spend three days in March at the MA State House defending their bills before committees along with conducting mock trials and publishing daily articles. debate compelling issues, gain interpersonal skills, practice public speaking, strengthen writing skills, and ultimately make connections and life-long friendships across the state.  
(Meeting time TBD)
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