Below is a current list (as of 11.16.18) of PHS CLUBS.

Please note: Club times and locations may vary.  Please check with Advisor or Club Leader if you need assistance locating a club.

151MM

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: 151MM is a publication dedicated to publishing student criticism and journalism about film and music. With a passion for unique visual design and serious articles, we seek to spread student writing about pop culture and indie production alike to the PHS community.

Student Leader: Ashley Wang & Sylas Pelikan

Advisor: Mr. Sullivan

Meeting Info: Thursday after school, possibly Tiger Time room 146

 

Active Minds at PHS

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: Active Minds at PHS is a student chapter of Active Minds, a nonprofit mental health awareness group which works to educate peers, raise awareness, and promote positive mental health amongst high school and college students. We work to reduce the stigma surrounding these very important issues and raise funds for mental health education to benefit our peers and community.

Student Leader: Hannah Quan

Advisor: Mr. Velasco

Meeting Info: Tiger Time and/or Mondays during break Rm 203

 

AI Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: We first learn about the basics of AI/machine learning, and then learn to apply those skills to real world applications.

Student Leader: Aryaman Babber and Aditya Prasad

Advisor: Ms. Elia

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Room 242 (Ms. Elia's Room; computer lab)

 

Algorithms Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: Algorithms Club is for those who have a passion for theoretical computer science. Don't be intimidated as we have a collaborative, vibrant community with members of many different skill levels. You can have fun participating in our casual competitions as well as learning from interesting lectures. These will prepare you for other competitions like USACO.

Student Leader: Lawrence Chen, Benjamin Qi, Chris Pan

Advisor: Ms. Elia

Meeting Info: Not Wednesday Room 242

 

American Civil Liberties Union @ PHS

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: The American Civil Liberties Union is a nonprofit organization that works in courts, communities, and legislatures to defend the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the constitution and laws of the United States. Members of our club will learn about and discuss contemporary issues, public policy, and the rights of U.S citizens, all while encouraging political activism for peoples with varied political beliefs.

Student Leader: Isabelle Clayton and Michelle Girouard

Advisor: Ms. Manhart

Meeting Info: Break on Fridays TBD

 

Arcade Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: A club for people who enjoy games with a less linear play style.

Student Leader: Quinn Dobson

Advisor: Aaron Thayer

Meeting Info: once a month during break to be determined

 

Asian American Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: A club where we’ll eat, have fun, and occasionally talk about common struggles once a week at break. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join!

Student Leader: Kimberley Cheng

Advisor: Phil Reyes

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at break Room 131

 

Awareness for Alzheimer's

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Hi! We are working to raise more awareness of Alzheimer’s and its effects at PHS by hosting fundraisers and bi-weekly meetings. We are hoping to organize a one-mile run sometime this year, and all of the proceeds and donations will be given to the American Alzheimer’s Association in hopes of increased research funding.

Student Leader: Anika Sonig

Advisor:

Meeting Info: Twice a month during break on Friday Room 163

 

Beat Diabetes Club

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: The Beat Diabetes Club is dedicated to spreading awareness of diabetes, and raising money to fund research and preventative measures against the disease. At meetings we discuss recent scientific findings related to the disease, and plan the best ways to take action.

Student Leader: Andrew Markau

Advisor: Ms. Dineen

Meeting Info: Every other Tuesday at Break Room 141

 

Binge Watching Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: Our club is dedicated to watching television shows and movies, then once ever week talking about it, analyzing, and hearing each others opinions on it. We hope it can be a way for people to make new friends and get into new shows to watch.

Student Leader: Alexandrea Ciardella

Advisor: Ms. Li

Meeting Info: We will meet on Mondays. In the Learning Commons (will change once a room is secured)

 

Biology Olympiad

Category: Academic Club

Description: The USA Biology Olympiad is one of the most prestigious competitions in the country. The competition consists of three rounds. A 50-question open exam. The people who place in the top 10% then go on to take the national semifinal exam. The 20 highest scoring students then have a chance to attend the national finals and qualify for the International Biology Olympiad.

Student Leader: John Yang

Advisor: Steffanie Shoop

Meeting Info: No weekly meetings until January 282

 

Black Student Union

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: PHS's Black Student Union is a safe space for black students in Princeton to talk about day-to-day issues. We also plan on hosting multiple events to further immerse Princeton's community in black/African culture and completing community service projects.

Student Leader: Abrielle De Veaux

Advisor: Dr. Barnes-Johnson

Meeting Info: Break on Fridays Room 185

 

Board Game Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: We play board games together for fun

Student Leader: Joshua Spergel

Advisor: Dr. Levandowski

Meeting Info: Friday After School Room 164

 

Business and Economics Club (Euro Challenge)

Category: Academic Club

Description: We prepare for the Euro Challenge Competition, an exciting event where teams present on economic problems and solutions in Euro Area countries and answer questions from a panel of experts.

Student Leader: Saumya Malik and Sam Bezilla

Advisor: Mr. Barry

Meeting Info: undecided -- to be agreed upon by selected team undecided

 

Chess Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: This is a place for anyone to hang out and play chess or learn to play chess. We welcome all levels...no prior experience necessary!

Student Leader: Daniel Yedidia

Advisor: Ms. Ayad

Meeting Info: Weekly either during break or after school (day pending) One of the math classrooms (pending)

 

Chinese Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: Our Club has been in PHS for 10 years. We welcome any classmates or teachers interested in Chinese culture to join us.

Student Leader: Jingyi Zhang/ Tian Zhong

Advisor: Ms. Lin

Meeting Info: Every Tuesday Chinese Class Roomsecond floor.

 

Cloud Computing Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: Cloud Computing Club aka C3 is a computer science club that teaches members how to create websites, manage data, and share apps globally, all in the cloud. By the end of the year, students will be able to host and manage their own web applications, run virtual computers, and even build a skill for Amazon Echo!

Student Leader: Shravya Nandyala

Advisor: Ms. Elia

Meeting Info: Tuesdays at 3:30 PM Room 242

 

Computer Hardware Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: The club will teach and work with its members to assemble high performance PCs with a limited budget.

Student Leader: Bill Ruan, Evan Zhang, Alading Kun

Advisor: Ms.Elia

Meeting Info: Thursday after school from 3:30-4:00 Room: 268 (waiting for confirmation)

 

Conspiracy Theory Club

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: Our mission is to enlighten the youths of Princeton High School about the hidden truths about the world and to conduct intellectual discussions about various theories. Are the theories facts? Why are conspiracy theories so intriguing? How did some of the more ridiculous theories come to be? In this club, we attempt to answer questions such as these among others. We meet every other Thursday during break in Room 152, so please join us.

Student Leader: Orie Bolitho and Iris Chang

Advisor: Ms. North

Meeting Info: Every other Thursday during Break Room 152

 

Critical Thinking Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: Want to sharpen your thinking skills? Now you can impress your friends with the power of sound reasoning. Learning to think clearly and avoiding logical fallacies can be fun. Through the use of various media, we will see entertaining and informative examples of both sound and faulty logic. Puzzles, brain teasers, and logical problems will be among our activities. Logic is said to be a lost art, but we intend to find it.

Student Leader: Katie Woolfolk

Advisor: Mr. Herzog

Meeting Info: Fridays during lunch Room 286

 

Dance Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: In Dance Club, we will be learning dance moves to fun songs together. It will be like a dance class with choreography and performances. Not everyone is reqired to perform, but we encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and try something new!

Student Leader: Anlin Kopf & Akshay Adaikalavan

Advisor: Sra. Blanco

Meeting Info: Mondays at lunch Rm. 152

 

Dare To Dream

Category: Academic Club

Description: It’s a place to form new friendships and bond with people who will be their for you and accept you no matter what. We talk about anything and everything such as stress and bullying. We also go on a trip at the end of the year to meet people and share our story’s with each other.

Student Leader: Isabella Bencivenga

Advisor: Angel Fuentes

Meeting Info: On E days during Tiger Time Room 250

 

Democrats in Action

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: This club is a chapter of the New Jersey High School Democrats. We operate as part of a statewide organization which enables us to have collaborative, coordinated political activism and campaigning around New Jersey.

Student Leader: Talia Fiester

Advisor: Dr. Miller

Meeting Info: Tuesdays at Break 144

 

DIY Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: DIY Club is combining with Arts & Crafts Club this year! We are an art club focusing on 3D creation. Do it yourself (DIY) is the art of building or modifying things from raw or semi-raw materials. In DIY club, members will be introduced to sewing, wood burning, embroidery, etc. Members will also learn many fun seasonal DIYs. DIY Club meets every Monday afternoon.

Student Leader: Nina (Yihong) Li and Dorothy Huang

Advisor: Ms. Murphy

Meeting Info: Monday after school from 3:21pm-4-20pm Room 146

 

Ebru Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: This club is a fun place where artist and non-artist can get together and learn about the turkish art form known as Ebru. We learn about how this art form devloped and how it has appeared in history. We will also take a look at the modern day version of the ancient art.

Student Leader: Christina Jae Franke

Advisor: Ms. Groome

Meeting Info: Tiger Time  174

 

ECHO (End Childhood Hunger Organization)

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: ECHO stands for End Childhood Hunger Organization. We are a club dedicated to ending childhood hunger and helping those in need. Our goal is to raise money for refugees around the world and to collaborate with Homefront to help those in New Jersey. Help us help the world!

Student Leader: Priya Sugathan and Camilla Strauss

Advisor: Mr. Wood

Meeting Info: Thursdays at break Room 265

 

EducatorsRISING

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: EducatorsRISING is a free national organization for aspiring teachers.  Members will be able to connect and explore teaching as a career through the EdRising Virtual Campus, a cutting-edge online community that offers resources to support the development of future teachers.  Club founder is currently working with the JWMS principal on a collaborative initiative for club members to work with JW teachers during the school year.

Student Leader: Faith Carver (2020 graduate)

Advisor: Ms. Spera

Meeting Info: Tiger Time and sometimes Lunch break  TBD

 

Engineering Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: The PHS Engineering Club is a club that doesn't specialize in only one type, but multiple types of engineering. We do everything from rocket competitions to field trips so come join!

Student Leader: Akshay Bhamidipati

Advisor: Mr. Martens

Meeting Info: Mondays at break Room 271

 

Environmental Club

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: The PHS Environmental Club is a club where members are able to discuss and brainstorm new ideas and measures our school and our community can undertake to make a lasting impact on the environment. Focusing on raising awareness through videos on Tiger News and community events like fund raising, the Environmental club hopes to make progress on PHS's attitude toward the world.

Student Leader: Ria Sharma and Maeve Singer

Advisor: Mr. Smirk

Meeting Info: Tuesdays at Break Room 170

 

eSports Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: The eSports club is a club that competes in different games competitively. We are mainly looking for League of Legends, CS:GO, Dota 2, PUBG and other competitive game players to competes in tournaments for PHS.

Student Leader: Boxuan Yuan, and Tian Zhong

Advisor: Mr. Levi

Meeting Info: 3-4 after school on Friday Room 172

 

Feeding Princeton

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: We are a humanitarian organization,  who have seen high school kids throw out tons of uneaten or touched food. Living in a very economically diverse town we have seen the wealth gap. Feeding Princeton is our goal to overcome the issues we have grown up with. We hope to join as a community to comprehend and solve the struggle of being financially indigent.

Student Leader: Salma Hashem and Amanda Tenzlinger

Advisor: Mrs.Jakowlew

Meeting Info: Mondays during break  Mrs.Jakowlew’s room

 

French Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: We meet weekly, in order to appreciate French culture, food, and music.

Student Leader: Alex Park  + Julia Knigge

Advisor: Ms. North and Ms. Fisher

Meeting Info: Friday during lunch break Room 152

 

Future Doctors of America

Category: Academic Club

Description: Future Doctors of America is a club looking to bring together students interested in perusing the medical field after high school. Activities include trips, dissections, lectures, and demonstrations, and hopefully a CPR workshop!

Student Leader: Grace Cooke

Advisor: Mrs. Smolyn and Mrs. Ricciardi

Meeting Info: Wednesday’s at break Room 270

 

Gender and Sexuality Alliance

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: GSA is a place for students who identify within the LGBTQIA+ community and allies to discuss issues, share stories and advice, and meet other students in the community. Above all, it is a safe, accepting place for students of every orientation and identity.

Student Leader: Sophie Daley-Harris and Nico Loomis

Advisor: Ms. Shoop

Meeting Info: C Days, possibly adding in Tiger Time as an option Room 282

 

Generation 1

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Generation 1 is a club that welcomes upper and lowerclassman to participate in countless of meetings where we talk about college prep and college choices best suited for you, for the lowerclass man. For the upperclassman we offer help for the final college process.

Student Leader: Kenia Morales

Advisor: Dr.Dinan, Ms.Gates and Ms.Carbone

Meeting Info: Tiger Time 276

 

Girls Who Code

Category: Academic Club

Description: Girls Who Code is an organization dedicated to exposing young girls to computer science in order to close the gender gap in this field. We hold bimonthly sessions at the Princeton Public Library where we teach elementary and middle school aged girls the basics of coding and circuitry. Helping teach these sessions will count towards your community service requirement.

Student Leader: Elena and Sophia Hertel

Advisor: Ms. Elia

Meeting Info: After school  room 242

 

Great Books Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: Looking to be more well-read? Lacking space in your schedule to take literature courses?  Join Great Books Club! Together we will read and discuss texts that have had a profound influence on society throughout the ages. Group book assignments will be released every month, however independent reading is also encouraged! Possible authors/texts include: Plato, Aristotle, Dante, Lucretius, Machiavelli, Montaigne, and more!

Student Leader: Michelle Girouard and Isabelle Clayton

Advisor: Mr Thayer

Meeting Info: Mondays at Break Room 154

 

Horticulture Club

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: This club consists of three main activities: caring for plants, having meetings, and sales. At least, that's how the club has been running for the last few years. We're a group of people who love plants and are willing to take care of them and that brings us all together. For the next two years, I'm hoping to try and incorporate new club activities like making food together, however that's mainly just a thought.

Student Leader: Syed Ali, but I go by Ausi

Advisor: Ms. Jakowlew

Meeting Info: We're hoping to meet at break on A days, and also Tiger Time, however we're not sure on that 100% yet. Room 183

 

iLaunch

Category: Academic Club

Description: iLaunch is a student run app-development club, where members learn how to develop and publish IOS Apps.

Student Leader: Caleb Dubow

Advisor: Ms Elia

Meeting Info: Afterschools Tuesdays and Thursdays (still tbt) 242 or 172

 

Indian Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: Indian Club focusses on having fun while educating its members about India's culture, festivals, food (yes, we do provide Indian food on special occasions), games, different kinds of music, languages, history and more...

All interested are welcome to join! No experience required!

Student Leader: Taarika Bala

Advisor: Ms. Mehta

Meeting Info: A days during break Room 180

 

International Youth Neuroscience Association at PHS (PHS IYNA Club)

Category: Academic Club

Description: This club is a chapter of the International Youth Neuroscience Association (IYNA), a global, youth-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to inspiring the next generation of neuroscientists. Students will have the opportunity to learn neurosurgical techniques like how to treat cerebral aneurysms and remove tumors. We also conduct neuroscience lessons, do community outreach programs, and submit articles to be published the IYNA's bimonthly journal.

Student Leader: Anisha Iyer

Advisor: Ms. Smolyn

Meeting Info: Every other week on Tuesdays at break Room 270

 

iPLC

Category: Academic Club

Description: iPLC runs a website that puts together teacher specific and subject specific study guides to ease the overall stress of the student body. To manage the website we are involved in many fields such as graphic design, taking notes, editing writing, and coding. We aim to help students do better by providing a study tool that can be used anywhere, anytime, by anyone.

Student Leader: Lili Wang

Advisor: Ms. Katz

Meeting Info: Wednesday during break Room 241

 

Japanese Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: The Japanese Club helps students who want to learn about Japanese culture and does fun Japanese Activities.

Student Leader: Ryan Soo

Advisor: Mrs. Buurstra

Meeting Info: Thursdays at Break Japanese Room

 

Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: Since its serialization in 1987, Hirohiko Araki's "Jojo's Bizarre Adventure" has become one of the most beloved and referenced manga/anime of all time. With its outspoken fanbase and commercial success, it has become a worldwide cultural phenomenon, with various art exhibitions in Japan as well as in the Louvre in 2009, and even a collaboration with Gucci. In JJBA club, we analyze, discuss, watch, and appreciate Jojo's in all its bizzare glory.

Student Leader: Adrianos Karachalios

Advisor: Mr. Bathke

Meeting Info: Mondays during break Room 166

 

Junior State of America (JSA)

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: JSA is a nonpartisan political club where people with any opinions can come for discussions. It focuses mainly on debate and activism and is a place where anyone can become more civically engaged. The best part of JSA, though, is that we have members with all levels of experience- you can get involved on any level you want, whether that means just coming to listen or to participate actively in political discourse.

Student Leader: Co-Presidents Samantha Campisi and Christian Martin; Vice President Ella Norman

Advisor: Ms. Dineen

Meeting Info: Wednesday’s at Break 141

 

Latin Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: While everyone in Latin Club contains a passion for the Classics (or just fun), we take part in a variety of activities: cooking Italian food, canoeing, hiking, and watching movies (no Latin proficiency required). Latin Club also participates in the New Jersey Junior Classical League, where teams compete in a quiz bowl style format. When in doubt, come to room 244 Fridays at break!

Student Leader: Emily Becker, Cassandra Jin, Elian Rubin

Advisor: Ms. Lewis

Meeting Info: Fridays at break  Room 244

 

Latinos Unidos

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: Latinos Unidos is a club that has been going on for a years now.In which we hope to bring cultures together through both their similarities and differences. To create a strong community that can and will develop many pathways for a brighter Future for all people

Student Leader: Stephanie Ramírez, Kenia Morales,Maritza Lazo, and Kimberly Rojas

Advisor: Mrs.Robinson

Meeting Info: Tuesday’s during break 263

 

Library Outreach

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Our main focus is connecting PHS students to the Public Library so that there can be more teen involvement in community events.

Student Leader: Janki Raythattha

Advisor: Ms. Bigioni

Meeting Info: Tuesdays During Break The Learning Commons

 

Literature Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We are a group of people who love reading! We play games and read books, short stories, poetry during our meetings. Join our club if you love reading and/or writing literature!

Student Leader: Julia Brown

Advisor: Mrs. Susan Murphy

Meeting Info: Friday’s at break Room 146

 

Lunch with Friends

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Lunch Bunch is an open space where all students are more than welcome to come eat. Our goal, is to make sure that everyone at PHS knows that they are welcome and had a safe space to eat.

Student Leader: Morgan and Megan Mavoides

Advisor: Ms. Dziedzic

Meeting Info: Thursday’s at Break Room 155

 

Mock Trial

Category: Academic Club

Description: This year, our team of 10 people will be preparing a case dealing with a roller coaster accident. We will analyze witness statements, working directly with a New Jersey prosecutor, to prepare our case for the competition. In January, we will argue our sides of the case against other school’s teams inside the Mercer County courthouses. If you like performing, public speaking, debate, or law, consider joining our mock trial team this year!

Student Leader: Julia Brown

Advisor: Ms. Groome

Meeting Info: November - January, around four days a week after school and at Tiger Time Room 276

 

Model United Nations

Category: Academic Club

Description: Model United Nations is a club that simulates the style and debates of the United Nations. This club prepares students for competitive conferences in which current world issues are debated as well as historical situations in the past. Life skills such as public speaking, collaboration, and critical thinking are also highlighted throughout the year.

Student Leader: Christian Martin

Advisor: Ms. Dineen

Meeting Info: Mondays afterschool  Room 141

 

MSAN

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: The MSAN Student Leadership group at Princeton High School works towards achieving this mission by engaging in ongoing dialogue and activities that addresses racial achievement gap issues. We are also working towards helping the district achieve its mission to increase diversity in all areas, to address equality vs. equity.The MSAN Student group looks forward to continuing its work of exploring, engaging and empowering students to have a voice

Student Leader: Lucynda Amo

Advisor: Mrs. Keel

Meeting Info: Thursday after school Rm.150

 

Numina Gallery

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We are a student-lead art gallery at Phs who curate and create original content for art shows, we also collaborate with other Phs clubs to put on shows or showcase special skills. We meet once a week and work as a team create and organize the shows.

Student Leader: Clara Bourquelot and Maja Pophristic

Advisor: Mr. Pembleton

Meeting Info: Wednesday during Breaks In the Numina Gallery

 

One Voice

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We would love to have people of any gender who enjoy singing , challenging their music ability, and have a willingness to learn. We would prefer if potential members can read music but if they can't, that's okay! They can learn by ear too! Members are responsible for learning music material outside of meetings.

Student Leader: Gillian Bartels-Quansah, Reanna Bartels-Quansah, Jocelyn Alvarez

Advisor: Mrs. Robbinson

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Choir room or class room.

 

Paintbrush Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: For anyone who wants to become more involved with PHS as a community builder and artist, the Paintbrush Club allows students to learn more about logo designing and have the opportunity to create logos and murals for the school and its different clubs.

Student Leader: Nicole Ng

Advisor: Mr. Velasco

Meeting Info: every other Tiger Time. Rm. 174

 

PHS 3D Design & Printing Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: We bring our imagination to reality by using computer programs such as Maya to design, animate, and render our creations. We also teach members how to use a 3D printer so they can print their own designs. Through discussions, we want to expand our knowledge of design techniques, advances in 3D printing technology, etc. Throughout the year, our members’ work is showcased in school events, and we participate in competitions.

Student Leader: Jacqueline Buford

Advisor: Mr. Gargione

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at break Room 85

 

PHS Alex's Lemonade Stand Lemon Club

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Under Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, this club will fight childhood cancer and fundraise to find a cure, one cup at a time. By holding lemonade stands and learning more about childhood cancer, students will become more aware of how little funding is put into research.

Student Leader: Chris Xu

Advisor: Mrs. Robinson

Meeting Info: Mondays at Break Room 263

 

PHS ASL

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Through the club, we want to raise the awareness of community. At each meeting, Mr. Haney will come in as our ASL teacher. Besides learning basic sign language, we also have plans to reach out to deaf community and train AI.

Student Leader: Sihan Jiang (Taylor)

Advisor: Mr. Haney

Meeting Info: Thursday after school (30 - 45 min) 283

 

PHS Backyardigans Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: The purpose of the PHS Backyardigans Club is to build a sense of community through participating in activities outdoors, to have fun with friends, and to focus on something other than academics and other stresses. Potential activities may include lawn games, picnics, snow man contests, yoga, and other stressbusting activities! This club will guarantee you a FUN TIME!!!

Student Leader: Anna Birge

Advisor: Ms. Robinson & Ms. Lygas

Meeting Info: Wednesdays during break 248

 

PHS Chamber Group

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We’re a stress free music group that gets together on E days to have fun sightreading and playing ensemble music together! We will be exploring baroque, classical, modern, and other genres of music, and are always open to music suggestions. If you want to play something new or have any other suggestions, feel free to bring scores. We will provide scores and music otherwise. Come whenever you can- our objective is to have fun!

Student Leader: Sophia Huellstrunk and Martin Mastnak

Advisor: Mr. Loughran

Meeting Info: E days during lunch break In the orchestra room (93)

 

PHS Chemistry Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: Join us for monthly chemistry experiments and demonstrations!

Student Leader: Emily Becker, Satya Baliga, Emily Wang, Lukas Eriksson, John Yang

Advisor: Dr. Corell

Meeting Info: Every other E day at break, beginning 10/18 Room 182

 

PHS Computer and Robotics Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: PHSCRC is a club that focuses on all aspects of robotics and computing. We design, build, and program robots that participate in multiple competitions. To do this we teach many skills from CAD to 3D Printing and laser cutting to electronics design and manufacturing. Additionally, we participate in many CS competitions, everything from hackathons to CTF's (cybersecurity competitions).

Student Leader: Lincoln Roth

Advisor: Mrs. Elia

Meeting Info: Every day afterschool, but the main meetings will be on Thursdays afters school. Room  242 and 272

 

PHS Crew Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Despite PHS not having a crew team, there is a large population of students who row for Mercer Juniors Rowing. This club creates a place for students interested in learning what rowing is and what to expect if they decided to give it a try. They may have never thought of starting rowing before and this club can give them an outlook on the team dynamic and experience. Rowing can be life changing, especially when it comes to college.

Student Leader: Morgan Linsley

Advisor: Mr. DeYoung

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at Break 276

 

PHS Dungeons & Dragons Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: PHS Dungeons & Dragons Club is an opportunity to hang out with your friends for two hours after school on Fridays to play the world's best table-top role-playing game. In D&D, you become a fantasy character with many other players, led through a fantasy world to take on enemies and discover treasure. New players and veterans are welcome alike, and supplies will be provided!

Student Leader: Elian Rubin

Advisor: Mr. Sullivan

Meeting Info: Fridays from 3:30-5:30. Room 146

 

PHS Economics Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: Our club features discussions and introductions on applications of economic theory to various, more unorthodox topics left untouched by traditional economics courses such as discrimination, marriage, political deadlock, and crime. There are no requirements for any prior knowledge in economics. Experience in Algebra is recommended.

Student Leader: Albert Chen

Advisor: Ms. Dineen

Meeting Info: Thursdays afterschool Room 141

 

PHS Ethics Bowl

Category: Academic Club

Description: PHS Ethics Bowl prepares students for the National High School Ethics Bowl Regional competition in November. Students prepare by creating a framework to judge cases based on concepts such as ethical responsibility, the limitation of harm, and personal rights. All students interested in debating ethics are welcome!

Student Leader: Sophia Greco & Shravya Nandyala

Advisor: Mr. Bathke & Dr. Lev

Meeting Info: E Days at Tiger Time & B Days break 162

 

PHS Fishing Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Our goal is to educate more people about the sport of fishing and appreciating the outdoors. Meetings will consist of lessons, primarily on bass fishing.  This club is for anyone interested in learning about this sacred sport, coming from any skill or experience level.  ><((((º>

Student Leader: Justin Pan

Advisor: Mr. Herzog

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Room 286

 

PHS Folk Dance Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: PHS Folk Dance Club will focus on learning fun and engaging steps from traditional Bulgarian folk dances and other balkan dances. Members will learn about the culture and traditions of the places from which all the dances originate. Starting with simple steps, we will work our way to performing exciting and beautiful dances. Come join us dancing away in colorful costumes!

Student Leader: Michelle Vassilev and Nicole Vassilev

Advisor: Mr. Loughran

Meeting Info: We will meet Thursdays during break. Room 93 (the orchestra room)

 

PHS Forum

Category: Academic Club

Description: PHS Forum is a student-led organization with the purpose of inviting speakers from Princeton University and other members of our community to discuss topics of current events and academic inquiry.

Student Leader: Sam Harshbarger

Advisor: Dr. Miller

Meeting Info: We will meet once a month, or with every speaker appointment that comes to the high school. Rm 152 or the Black Box

 

PHS Harmony Project

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: A club dedicated to raising funds and awareness for the child victims of world crises such as our current project, the Syrian Refugee Project.

Student Leader: Zad Mahana

Advisor: Mr. Hoffman

Meeting Info: Room 153, undeclared time as of now Room 153

 

PHS History Bowl

Category: Academic Club

Description: History Bowl is a buzzer-based history quiz competition for teams of up to 6 students. We participate in three tournaments throughout the Tri-State Area. Culminating in History Bowl Nationals held in D.C. We meet in room 247 every Tuesday (no matter the letter day), and we play a couple rounds of History Bowl, eat food, and have fun. Check out our Instagram page (historybowl.phs), our facebook group (PHS History Bowl), or email us at historybowl.phs@gmail.com !

Student Leader: Joshua Spergel and Rohan Arora

Advisor: Dr. Miller

Meeting Info: Every Tuesdays after school Room 247

 

PHS Independents Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: This is a club for people to come and discuss current political issues and current events in a non-partisan manner. A place where all views are welcomed and all sides of the political spectrum will be respected. A good place to meet others interested in politics who do not fit into the Republican or Democrat mold.

Student Leader: Jack McMahon

Advisor: Mr. Capuano

Meeting Info: D days at break 98.5

 

PHS Investment Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: We compete in the The Knowledge@Wharton High School (KWHS) Investment Competition, a free, global, online investment simulation for high school students. We learn about teamwork, communication, risk, diversification, company analysis, industry analysis and investing through competing.

Student Leader: TBD

Advisor: Mr. Pikul

Meeting Info: Mondays at Break Room 132

 

PHS Korean Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: Learn about Korean culture, history, language, and music(KPOP!),

Student Leader: Anna Lee

Advisor: Ms. Dineen

Meeting Info: Thursday during lunch room 141

 

PHS Math Team

Category: Academic Club

Description: PHS Math Team participates in various math competitions throughout the year at different levels of difficulty, including the American Mathematics Competitions, Princeton University Math Competition, and the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament. These competitions emphasize creative problem solving and do not require knowledge of calculus. We invite everyone interested to join!

https://sites.google.com/view/phsmathteam

Student Leader: Benjamin Qi

Advisor: Mr. Walsh

Meeting Info: weekly after school, likely Wednesday room 237

 

PHS Multiracial Student Union

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: PHS Multiracial Student Union is a student-led organization that seeks to provide a safe environment for students who identify as multiracial or multicultural to better understand what it means to be mixed in America. By fostering dialogue about race, the club hopes to uncover how we can use our racial status to contribute to a rapidly changing and increasingly diverse world.

Student Leader: Myla Wailoo

Advisor: Senora Hayden/ Madame North

Meeting Info: Every other Friday at break Room 152

 

PHS Neuroscience Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: PHS Neuroscience Club is a club for anyone who is at all interested in the brain! Come to our meetings to become more familiar with the subject and talk with others who are also interested. We will do many exciting activities during the year such as a mock surgery and meeting with neuroscientists from nearby universities and companies.

Student Leader: Anushka Bhatia

Advisor: Ms. Hayda

Meeting Info: Mondays at break Room 268

 

PHS Odyssey of the Mind

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem solving club based on performing arts and engineering. Currently ranked 9th in the World, Princeton High School's Odyssey of the Mind team has won regional and state competitions multiple times. Teams of seven work on a long term creative problem for several months which requires a creative engineering solution as well as the creation of costumes and a script from recycled materials.

Student Leader: Janki Raythatta and Olivia Corrodi

Advisor: Ms. Katz

Meeting Info: Thursdays at break Room 280

 

PHS Operation Smile

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: PHS Operation Smile is a community service club that works to provide safe and clean surgeries for children with cleft lips and palates. We mainly fundraise and spread awareness through variety of activities that are both fun and meaningful. We have great resources as we work with other Operation Smile clubs in NJ and the actual organization itself.

Student Leader: Kelly Yeung and Christopher Wang

Advisor: Mr. Arkoulakis

Meeting Info: F Days after school Room TBD

 

PHS Photography Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: PHS Photography Club is the place to be for all photography enthusiasts. Throughout the year, we meet once a week to share ideas, learn from workshops,  and practice our photo-taking skills on field trips. We will try to cover the most important aspects of photography from composition to post processing in Adobe Lightroom.  A DSLR camera is preferred, but it is ok if you don't have one. New members are always welcome!

Student Leader: Andrew Yan and Nishant Mishra

Advisor: Mrs. Elia

Meeting Info: Fridays during break Room 241

 

PHS Physics Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: The Physics club competes in competitions such as F=ma, Physics Bowl, and USAPhO. We also have informational presentations and F=ma prep sessions. Last year, Professor Bergman gave a talk on quantum mechanics. Don't be intimidated, as members of all skill levels are welcome!

Student Leader: Lawrence Chen, Daniel Hu

Advisor: Mr. Higgins

Meeting Info: Not Wednesdays Room 271

 

PHS Real Estate Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: PHS Real Estate Club is for anyone, regardless of previous exposure to real estate. Meetings occur twice a month, and there will be food. Activities include looking at houses online, learning about different types of real estate, and potentially having guest speakers

Student Leader: Spencer Katz and Ben Eisenburger

Advisor: Mrs.Bergman

Meeting Info: Twice a month on dates to be determined Room 132.1

 

PHS Recycling Club

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: The PHS Recycling Club was created to combat our school's unhealthy recycling habits. As a group of students, our mission is to make Princeton High School recycle to a much greater extent. As well as that, we strive to educate our peers so that recycling is brought outside of the walls of PHS.

Student Leader: Harry Skopas, Sameer Joshi, and Grant Luther

Advisor: Ms. Misiewicz

Meeting Info: To be determined during the school year. We will wait to see when it is most convenient for our members. Room 206 (Ms. Misiewicz' room)

 

PHS Rock Climbing Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: A Club for both people interested in rock climbing and rock climbing enthusiasts. In meetings, we discuss personal projects or the projects of pros, and watch cool rock climbing videos. Can't wait to see you guys there!

Student Leader: Rohan Arora

Advisor: Dr. Miller

Meeting Info: First Monday of the Month Room 144

 

PHS Science Bowl

Category: Academic Club

Description: Science Bowl is a game show style science competition for teams of up to 5 competitors. Categories tested at competition include chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, earth science, and other topics in general science. During meetings, we go through question rounds from previous years and strategies for the regional competition in February and for the National competition in April (if we qualify). We also hold invitational competitions with other high schools.

Student Leader: John Yang and Nishant Mishra

Advisor: Ms. Szporn

Meeting Info: Fridays after School Room 180

 

PHS Shorebowl

Category: Academic Club

Description: PHS Shorebowl is a club where we answer questions about the ocean. Similar to other bowls, we study outside of school, and meet up to practice until our regional tournament. We have a lot of fun, and, we have food!

Student Leader: Alan Gu

Advisor: Mr. Fuentes

Meeting Info: Wednesdays during break / tiger time 285

 

PHS Spectacle Theater

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We produce plays, musicals, and other theatrical events, both for the drama classes and separately. Our work includes publicity, props, costumes, and ushering.

Student Leader: Sam Bezilla

Advisor: Ms. Krawiecki

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at Break BBT

 

PHS Sports 4 Kids

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: This club is dedicated to helping underprivileged children in the Princeton Area. Our goal is to collect and organize sporting equipment to give to these kids so they can play their favorite sport without having to worry about the cost.

Student Leader: Brian Frost

Advisor: Mr. Fuentes

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Rm 285

 

PHS Stand Up 2 Cancer

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: This club is partnered with the national Stand Up 2 Cancer organization to help fundraise and create awareness for all types of cancer.

Student Leader: Adam Krauss and Rebecca Krauss

Advisor: Ms. Smolyn

Meeting Info: Friday’s at break  Room 270

 

PHS Strength and Conditioning

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Training in the off-season? Trying to improve your fitness? Come workout with the Strength and Conditioning Club in the PHS weight room! All are welcome! Members may use the weight room during open hours. Each week, we will learn specific lifts: squat, benchpress, deadlift, etc. Learn to lift safely and properly! Plus, some fund-raisers to upgrade our equipment.

Student Leader: Alex Park and Ben Quinones

Advisor: Mr. Torrey

Meeting Info: After School PHS Weight Room - 98.5

 

PHS Students United

Category: Academic Club

Description: Our club’s goal is to increase PHS students’ interest in learning and connections with each other through mainting our website www.phsstudentsunited.com and starting interesting activities.

Student Leader: (Jack) Rongbai Su

Advisor: Mr. Gonzalez

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Not yet decided because regular meetings are not yet necessary

 

PHS Teenage Republican Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: The PHS Teenage Republican Club is the home to any PHS student interested in discussing and debating current political topics.

Student Leader: Augustine Preziosi

Advisor: Mr. Bathke

Meeting Info: Thursday’s at break 273

 

PHS Theatre Appreciation Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We will meet to discuss shows, watch videos, listen to music, talk about theatre in society, play theatre games, read plays, have monologue recitations/contests, share tips/tricks about acting, and more! Our goal is to have conversations and do activities concerning all things theatre and acting!

Student Leader: Charlotte Schultz

Advisor: Ms. Krawiecki

Meeting Info: Thursdays during lunch or tiger time on occasion black box

 

PHS TripleH

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Heart and Hand for the Handicapped (TripleH) is a non-profit organization that works towards supporting children with physical and mental challenges like polio, autism, down's syndrome, blindness and other vision problems in India and the US. PHS comes into the picture with outreach, connectivity with the children being helped and fundraising. Through projects, we can do our part in helping children who are less fortunate than ourselves.

Student Leader: Nandita Ammanamanchi

Advisor: Ms.Miz

Meeting Info: Tuesdays at Break Room 232

 

PHS UNICEF Club

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Our mission as PHS UNICEF is to promote awareness and participation in working towards achieving UNICEF’s goal to prevent children deaths in undeveloped countries all around the world and work towards the long term needs of children. This project aims to provide students a unique opportunity to involve themselves in global humanitarian issues through regular bake sales, car washes, the Tap Project, as well as other fundraiser events.

Student Leader: Francis Moon and Connor Coffee

Advisor: Mr. Loughran

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at Break Orchestra room(Room 93)

 

PHS Waksman Club

Category: Academic Club

Description: LEARN SCIENCE BY DOING SCIENCE!

PHS Waksman Club is a branch of Rutgers’ Waksman Student Scholars Program. Meetings include lessons and hands-on labs to extract and prepare cDNA from duckweed (an aquatic plant) for sequencing. Ultimately, students will be able to publish their clone sequences and present their research at a Waksman poster session. Students should have a background in biology.

Student Leader: Elizabeth Zhang

Advisor: Ms. Katz

Meeting Info: Tiger Time 280

 

PHS Wiffle Ball Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Play wiffle ball one a week during break.

Student Leader: Eli Okoye and Kevin Linko

Advisor: Mr. Noone

Meeting Info: During break Monday and Friday  At the top field next to the gym

 

Ping Pong Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: The PHS Ping Pong Club is a fun free for all lunch activity for students looking for a good relaxing time, with a little competition.

Student Leader: Eva Petrone

Advisor: Miss.Miz

Meeting Info: Fridays at break 205

 

Princeton Gaming Association

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: This is a place to spend time and have fun! We play computer games, talk about games, and just have a good old time. You can do homework if you want so you can get stuff done.

Student Leader: Mitchell Tam

Advisor: Mr.Haywood

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Room 80

 

Princeton Girl Up

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Our club's mission is to acknowledge and spread awarenesses on the issues girls face in our world. We would like to present and create opportunities for girls to dream and have their dreams come true. Each and every girl deserves a chance to dream no matter what situation they’re born in to. Whether we reach our goal by fundraising or advocating for this cause, we can do it!

Student Leader: Rida Ahmed and Kavya Harish

Advisor: Ms. Robinson

Meeting Info: Fridays during break Room 263

 

Princeton Hackathon Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Hackathons are 24 hour programming based design competitions hosted at high schools and universities worldwide. Princeton Hackathon Club is aimed at providing a space for interested members to explore the hackathon community through working with more experienced event-goers. There will be updates on the latest hackathons that members can attend, games and brain storming sessions, and team formation for those looking for people to work with.

Student Leader: Anubhav Suri

Advisor: Ms. Elia

Meeting Info: Still TBD. Most likely Fridays at break. Room 242 (Computer Science Lab)

 

Princeton High School Democrats in Action

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: A political activism club promoting action and political/social awareness amongst youth.

Student Leader: Khadeeja Qureshi

Advisor: Dr.Miller

Meeting Info: Wednesdays during break  143

 

Princeton High School Quizbowl

Category: Academic Club

Description: Quizbowl is a game in which two teams compete against each other to answer questions in a broad range of subjects, including, but not limited to history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, pop culture, and sports. We participate in a few tournaments throughout the school year. Hopefully, this leads to a qualification for the national tournament in May (NAQT not PACE). There are no tryouts- anyone interested is encouraged to come.

Student Leader: Aaron Wu (phsqbowl@gmail.com)

Advisor: Mr. Barry

Meeting Info: Wednesdays Room 247

 

Princeton High School Ultimate Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Our club is designed to play Ultimate both competitively and recreationally on the PHS front lawn afterschool.

Student Leader: Noah Rebarber

Advisor: Ms.  Jakowlew

Meeting Info: Monday Tuesday Thursday  front lawn

 

Princeton Speech & Debate

Category: Academic Club

Description: Speech and debate is an intellectually challenging yet fun activity we have at Princeton High School. We teach all forms of argumentation and public speaking with no prior experience needed. Competitors get to travel around the country for tournaments and face people from different schools. We welcome all new members and encourage you to come to our interest meetings or contact us.

Student Leader: Daniel Shahab Diaz

Advisor: Ms. Birge

Meeting Info: Tuesday and Thursday after school Room 232

 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Club

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We choose and listen to classic rock albums (1960s-1980s) and learn about the album by sharing facts. It is a great way for young kids to learn and appreciate the classic rock music that influenced many artists of our time.  

Student Leader: Cecily Weinstein

Advisor: Mr. Mazzarella

Meeting Info: Tuesdays at break Room 252

 

School for a Village at PHS

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: School for a Village aims to bring technology and educational resources to underprivileged areas to help students succeed and access the world beyond their village.

Student Leader: Sarita Raghunath

Advisor: Mrs.Elia

Meeting Info: Break on Tuesdays 264

 

Science Olympiad

Category: Academic Club

Description: Science Olympiad is a competitive team-based STEM club. Students have the opportunity to learn and demonstrate what they’ve learned through a variety of written exams, labs, and construction projects. Competition days are like academic track meets, with 23 events across earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering.

Student Leader: Saumya Malik, Lincoln Roth

Advisor: Ms. Szporn

Meeting Info: After school on Mondays and various other meetings throughout the week during break or afterschool. 271 mostly.

 

Show your Uniqueness:

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: Do you like fashion design but struggle to find a stage to show your style? Do you like art and crafts but find it hard to make them on your own? Do you like wearing gorgeous and unique accessories that are matchless and the one and only in the world? Or are you just seeking for a unique and fabulous club? SHOW YOUR UNIQUENESS is the choice FOR YOU!!!

Student Leader: Jessica(Tianyi) Jia and Amanda Sun

Advisor: Mrs. Shoop

Meeting Info: Tiger Time Room 282

 

SiSTEM

Category: Academic Club

Description: all female coding and STEM club! we travel to tech companies on field trips, host summer camps and hour of code events at the public library, go to hackathons, and more !!

Student Leader: Chris and Claire Xu

Advisor: Mrs. Elia

Meeting Info: Thursday’s at break room 273

 

Spork

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: Spork is an entirely student-run publication focused on sharing recipes and articles submitted by students to the PHS and Princeton communities. All of the food, photos, and layout of Spork is created/taken/done by PHS students. Anyone interested in cooking, photography, or design is encouraged to join!

Student Leader: Leah Hirschman and Andrew Yan

Advisor: Ms. Goldsmith

Meeting Info: Spork meets a few times a "season" to produce an issue. Three-four issues will be produced each year. We will have a meeting to discuss which types of recipes will be in each issue during break one day, and then will have production for 3-5 days a few weeks later. Chosen staff members will come to meetings and production, while Spork contributors will just submit recipes/articles online. Quick meetings take place during break in the Learning Commons. Production, which usually lasts from 3-5/6 for about a week, will take place in room 173. Spork makes all of the recipes at a member's house.

 

Squash Club

Category: Sports and Recreation Club

Description: Squash club will meet once a week during break to discuss squash and watch matches.

Student Leader: Andrew Rebak

Advisor: Mr. Gelenitis

Meeting Info: During break  To be determined

 

Stigma Free PHS

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Stigma Free PHS seeks to carry out the mission of the National Alliance on Mental Illness's Mercer County branch at our high school: listening, leading, educating, and advocating for those affected by mental illness. Our meetings will provide a stigma and discrimination free community encouraging open discourse and finding ways to get involved.

Student Leader: Audrey Yang

Advisor: Dr. Miller

Meeting Info: We plan to meet during Tiger Time on E days or break on F days. In this way, it will not conflict with the freshmen's peer group or community service for sophomores or juniors.  A location hasn't yet been found for our meetings. We need to communicate and finalize things with our Club Advisor first. 

 

Students for Gun Safety

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: We aim to promote thoughtful dialogue leading to meaningful changes in gun policy legislation in the United States. Please visit sfgs.com for more information regarding upcoming events, state and federal gun legislation, and current phone/letter-writing campaigns.

Student Leader: Emily Becker, Christian Martin

Advisor: Ms. Dineen

Meeting Info: Fridays after school from 3-4pm.  Room 146

 

PULSE

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description:

P.U.L.S.E stands for Pride Unity Leadership Sisterhood and Esteem.

The mission of PULSE is for young ladies to come together in order to

form a community ,where young ladies can share concerns socially and

academically. We are here to form a sisterhood where everyone will

have an outlet to showcase what they believe and causes that they care

about it.

Student Leader: Lucynda Amo

Advisor: Mrs.Keel

Meeting Info: Break on F days Learning Commons glassroom

 

Sudoku Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: We are group of people who interested in doing sudoku! If you are interested as well, welcome to family!

Student Leader: Audrey Yang  Tian Zhong

Advisor: Mr. Martens

Meeting Info: We meet according to the Facebook page 243 the physics classroom

 

The Boiler Room

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: We are a satirical publication designed to joke about all things PHS while setting an obvious line. We are not political, nor will we allow harassment in any form. We’re here to simply have creative, satirical fun through our writing.

Student Leader: Ross Selby-Salazar

Advisor: Ms. Coen and Ms. Murphy

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at Break(?) Room 146

 

The Claire's Place Foundation PHS

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: We fundraise for the Claire's Place Foundation, a small non profit organization that provides financial assistance to families with members suffering from cystic fibrosis.

Student Leader: Eric Song, Tommy Tenzlinger

Advisor: Ms.Hayden

Meeting Info: Wednesdays at break  Room 255

 

The Ivy

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: PHS’s art and literature magazine! Students submit up to three pieces of art and/or literature, and then we vote, compile, and create layouts using them. We create the magazines and hand them out around the school!

Student Leader: Maya Pophristic and Angel Musyimi

Advisor: Mrs.Muca and Mr.Gonzalez

Meeting Info: Tuesday’s after school for normal meetings, and then production days three or four times every two months room 153

 

The Prince

Category: Academic Club

Description: The Prince is the one and only official yearbook of PHS.  Join yearbook if you are creative, love photography, graphic design, or writing.  Be part of creating the history book of our school year!

Student Leader: William Davies

Advisor: Ms. Lygas

Meeting Info: Wednesdays 3:30-6:00pm Room 173 

 

The Tower

Category: Academic Club

Description: Interested in contributing to PHS's award-winning student-run newspaper? The Tower welcomes all interested writers, artists, photographers, and copy editors. Join for a fun time, a valuable experience, and a chance to meet new people! Email our Senior Editors at phstowersenioreditors@gmail.com and keep an eye out for our interest meetings.

Student Leader: Aaron Silverstein

Advisor: Dr. Levandowski and Ms. King

Meeting Info: Meetings vary by production cycle, but production takes place on designated days in Room 173. Room 173 for production and room 164 for interest meetings.

 

Tiger News

Category: Arts, Music, Performance, or Culinary Club

Description: Tiger News is the PHS newscast produced by students who are interested in news, tv and production. We promote teamwork and teach the basics of all the technical aspects of a production all while providing students access to announcements, events and sport updates involving PHS and the Princeton community.

Student Leader: Ava Rand

Advisor: Mr Cameron

Meeting Info: We meet tuesdays during break  Room 81

 

Tinker Tots

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Volunteer to teach local middle and elementary school students basic programming to spark a future interest in technology! No experience needed what so ever, just no how to use basic mouse and keyboard functions!

Student Leader: Ariella Russin

Advisor: Dr. Barnes Johnson

Meeting Info: Mondays and Tuesdays after school, still being worked out 185

 

Viva Amazon

Category: Community or Social Service Club

Description: Viva Amazon focuses on learning about the Amazon, a living ecosystem crucial to planetary health, and on ways to protect the forest and its people. We will team up with Princeton’s Brazil Lab and learn about the Amazon through discussions with scientists/environmentalists; facilitate communication with youth living in riverbank communities; fundraise for solar technology and internet access for Amazonian commun湁牤

Student Leader: Andre Biehl

Advisor: Mrs. Shoop

Meeting Info:  "A" days during break  282

 

World Books & Culture Club

Category: Awareness or World Interest Club

Description: World Books & Culture Club aims to recognize social issues faced around the world through foreign, non-Eurocentric literature. We meet once a month to celebrate our current read through conversation, games, and homemade food from the country of the author. A vote for the next month’s book will be taken at the end of each meeting. Let’s read the world!

Student Leader: Sophia Greco & Margaret Duhon

Advisor: Ms. Crane

Meeting Info: Monday at break 161

 

World Geography and Cultures Club

Category: Cultural or Special Interest Club

Description: World Geography is a club in which we talk about different cultures, try different types of foods, and in general have fun. From playing Geoguessr to organizing the World Cultures Fair, it is a really fun club. Excited to see you guys at meetings!

Student Leader: Rohan Arora

Advisor: Ms. Soprano

Meeting Info: Every Tuesday During Break Room 274

 

 


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