Our Clubs & Organizations
Find a complete list of our clubs and organizations below. We have an option for most interests and are always striving to develop each skill within the students that attend MHS.
JROTC helps to instill discipline and develop leadership skills that students will use in their future military service, or wherever life takes them.
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. This student-led organization teaches leadership through service to others. As members of the Kiwanis International Family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) seeks to unite athletes and coaches to positively impact the community. FCA members build meaningful relationships with one another and work together to serve both their school and community.
Panthers Travel Club
Panthers Travel Club members share an interest in foreign lands and cultures. Throughout the year, they learn about other countries. During the summer, they participate in international trips.
Chess Club members compete against one another and students at other schools, helping them to grow their skills and strategies.
Mulberry High’s fishing club is a chapter of the Student Angler Federation. Students have the chance to participate in tournaments and develop their angling skills.
Academic Team members thrive on the challenge of competing against one another and students from other schools. Academic Team participation is a great way for students to prepare for the college-application process and postsecondary study.
Chorus & Musical Theatre
The Chorus & Musical Theatre club is for students who love to perform and enjoy the spotlight. Students have opportunities to refine their talents, collaborate with one another, and share their love of music and musical theatre with others.
Mulberry High School Band members refine their performance skills while also entertaining attendees of athletic events and building school pride.
Electrathon is an electric vehicle race where high schools compete against each other in race cars they built themselves. Using the Electrathon of America rules and regulations, students compete in a 1 hour race twice each event. While speed is important, battery management is essential since you must race for an hour. Racing on tracks, in parking lots, and air strips, different tracks require different skills and strategies. Students learn to manage batteries, repair and maintain race vehicles, and handle the logistics of getting to race venues a couple hours away. Students fill the role of driver, pit crew, safety observer, and pit boss.
SkillsUSA is A Career and Technical Service Organization. Students will have an opportunity to develop skills, and :
- Build confidence.
- Enhance their résumé.
- Explore career paths.
- Obtain scholarships and work opportunities.
- Network with peers, teachers, mentors and industry representatives.
- Achieve a sense of accomplishment and belonging. n Develop teamwork experience.
- Practice hands-on application of skills.
- Participate in local, state or national competitions.
- Have fun!
Student will have an opportunity to learn about and with robots, in varying shapes and classifications.
Students will have the opportunity to compete against each other and other schools and clubs across Florida.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) helps students learn about the world of business and develop professionally. During the school year, FBLA members take part in workshops and have the chance to network with local professionals from a variety of fields.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is an invitation-only organization committed to recognizing and promoting student excellence by creating an enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulating a desire to render service, promoting worthy leadership, and developing character. Members are willing to use their personal talents and skills for the improvement of both self and society. Sophomores and juniors with a weighted GPA of 3.75 and higher receive an application for membership following the first semester of their respective years. Candidates chosen for membership are inducted into our chapter during a ceremony in the spring. NHS sponsors the yearly Homecoming Door Decorating contest and the annual Pennies for Patients campaign and is involved in service projects throughout the school year.
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) empowers health students to become leaders in the global health community by developing skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition. HOSA members participate in community events and competitions.
FFA is an organization for students interested in agriculture and leadership. Students participate in hands-on experiences and competitions that help them to discover their talents and potential, preparing them to succeed in high school and beyond.
Student Council members represent their classmates both on campus and within the community, collaborate with school administrators, and contribute to important decision-making processes.