TABB HIGH CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
(See descriptions below)
CLUB ADVISOR ADVISOR EMAIL Anime Mr. Grube firstname.lastname@example.org Amnesty Club Mrs. Burkart email@example.com Beta Club Ms. Miller, Ms. Milne, and Ms. White firstname.lastname@example.org Bowling Club Ms. White email@example.com Chick-Fil-A Leaders Academy Mr. Downs firstname.lastname@example.org Chess Club Ms. Grandon email@example.com Chinese Culture Club Ms. Colbert firstname.lastname@example.org Club Earth Ms. Grigonis & Ms. Kast email@example.com Debate Mr. Carter firstname.lastname@example.org DECA Ms. Majka, Ms. Pitchford, and Ms. Kowalski email@example.com Dungeons and Dragons Mr. Heiser firstname.lastname@example.org E-Sports Mr. Overbeck and Mr. Downs email@example.com ELL Ms. Chambers firstname.lastname@example.org Explore Every Opportunity Ms. Hinkley email@example.com FBLA Mr. Chai & Ms. Kowalski firstname.lastname@example.org FCA Ms. Kowalski, Ms. Jarozewski, and Mr. Ashley email@example.com Forensics Ms. Coffman-Nivison firstname.lastname@example.org Girls Mentorship Ms. Jones and Ms. Cotman email@example.com Club Ignite Ms. Wheat firstname.lastname@example.org International Language Club Ms. Carpenter email@example.com Key Club Ms. Carpenter firstname.lastname@example.org Kid Wind Ms. Miller and Ms. White email@example.com Lacrosse Coach Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Literary Magazine Ms. Powers email@example.com Medical Club Ms. Reeves firstname.lastname@example.org Model U.N. Mr. McGovern and Ms. Myers email@example.com Multicultural Club Sr. Chief Pelzer firstname.lastname@example.org Newspaper Mr. Carter email@example.com Odyssey of the Mind TBD Robotics Ms. Miller & Ms. White firstname.lastname@example.org Safety Club Ms. Koontz email@example.com SCA Ms. Terndrup firstname.lastname@example.org Scholastic Bowl Ms. Shematek email@example.com Sight and Sound Ms. Milne firstname.lastname@example.org THS Science Fair Ms. Hux and Ms. Speight email@example.com THS Book Club: No Shelf Control Ms. Hinkley firstname.lastname@example.org Tabb Student Ambassadors Ms. Lawrence email@example.com Tigers Crushing Cancer Ms. Powell and Ms. Jarozewski firstname.lastname@example.org Tiger Friends Ms. Jones and Ms. Shepard email@example.com Tiger Pride Ms. Englehart firstname.lastname@example.org TSA Mr. Brownschidle email@example.com Unified Tigers/Unified Tiger e-Sports Ms. Newmarker & Ms. Coffman-Nivison firstname.lastname@example.org Va. Math League Mr. Martin email@example.com Y-Street Ms. Pitchford & Ms. Majka firstname.lastname@example.org Youth Volunteer Club Ms. Burkart email@example.com HONOR SOCIETY ADVISOR ADVISOR EMAIL Art Honor Society Ms. Williams firstname.lastname@example.org English Honor Society Ms. Brown & Ms. Grandon email@example.com Mu Alpha Theta Ms. Miller & Ms. White firstname.lastname@example.org National Honor Society Ms. Zizzi email@example.com Quill and Scroll Ms. Chamberlain firstname.lastname@example.org Rho Kappa Ms. Terndrup & Ms. Curry email@example.com Science National Honor Society Ms. Crowley and Ms. Kast firstname.lastname@example.org Thespians Ms. Milne email@example.com Tri-M Mr. Lawson firstname.lastname@example.org CLASS ADVISOR ADVISOR EMAIL Freshman Class Ms. Curry email@example.com Sophomore Class Ms. Koontz & Ms. Coffman-Nivison firstname.lastname@example.org Junior Class Ms. Kowalski & Ms. Newmarker email@example.com Senior Class Coach Olson & Ms. Tucker firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides exposure to this popular Japanese form of animation of artwork and promotes appreciation of art in general.
Promotes ideals of service, character, leadership, and academic achievement through group presentations, projects, and competitions.
Consists of all those who wish to bowl competitively in the Peninsula High School Traveling League. Over the years, multiple teams have represented Tabb. Its purpose is friendly, bi-weekly competition during the winter season.
Works to promote environmental action and awareness both at Tabb High School and within the community.
Was the first activity offered to public schools through the VHSL. At Tabb High School we have worked at becoming a traditionally strong Lincoln-Douglas team.
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools around the globe. DECA brings the classroom to life with exciting guest speakers, field trips, conferences, competition, scholarships, and more. Interested students must be enrolled in a marketing course to join DECA.
The ELL Club serves to support English Language Learners, by providing language practice, as well as cultural enrichment activities and support.
Explore Every OpportunityExplore Every Opportunity is a group of students who want to support new THS students and help them make meaningful connections at school.
Helps to develop competent, aggressive business leadership through strengthening the confidence of students in themselves and their work.
VHSL sponsored activity in which students compete for medals and trophies by presenting speeches, scenes, poems, cuttings, and stories.
Girls Mentorship Club
This mentoring group is designed to provide a rich and rewarding student experience enhancing self-esteem and building confidence through high school by creating positive social and academic experiences.
Model United Nations
Model United Nations is a debate and simulation activity which allows students to learn about world issues while improving public speaking, negotiation, and resech skills. Students typcally take the role of a specific country and participate within a single committee modeled after real world bodies such as the WHO, General Assembly, and many more. At conferences, delegates attempt to pass resolutions through debate and negotiation with fellow delegates.
Odyssey of the Mind
Odyssey of the Mind is a team of creative problem solving thinkers that compete with other teams to solve long term and short term problems. These long term problems can be science, math, music, or theatre and require the team to work together to create and present the solution.
Teams of students create, build, and program robots to complete tasks on a competitive playing field.
Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists encourages and recognizes individual student achievement in journalism and scholastic publication. Quill and Scroll is only open to enrolled and eligible Mass Media II students (Yearbook).
Science National Honor Society
The purpose of the Science National Honor Society is to encourage participation and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought. Application requirements apply.
Scholastic Bowl is a trivia-based sport in which teams of 4 compete against each other in answering questions that cover just about everything, from literature to science to video games. Top players can earn a letter for being a part of a successful team.
Sight and Sound
A service/profit organization where students learn how to work the lighting and sounds systems at THS. $$ can be earned when working for non-school groups using our building.
Tabb Student Ambassadors
Provides and promotes a positive view of Tabb High School by encouraging involvement and orienting students. Its major event each year is the Club Fair held in late September. Members serve as tour guides for new students and parents.
Tigers Crushing Cancer
Tigers Crushing Cancer is the school’s Relay for Life team that raises money for American Cancer Society throughout the year.
A student tutoring group that serves Tabb Elementary School. Application process is required.
THS Book Club: No Shelf ControlNo Shelf Control is a student-centered book club that meets twice a month to discuss their chosen book and all the great things they're currently reading.
A national organization for technology education students. The mission is to promote leadership and personal growth in technology.
Unfied Tigers/Unified Tiger e-Sports
Students with or without disabilities work together through fun competitions that promote inclusion and generate school spirit.
Virginia Math League
A series of 6 tests per year, consisting of 6 questions each with a 30 minute time limit. Schools compete state-wide.
Y-Street is the Virginia Foundation For Healthy Youth’s award-winning volunteer initiative for high school students. Since 2004, THS Members have developed skills to engage in their communities and drive positive change. Through student-led events, we’re working to make a healthier Virginia for us all.