Shadow Mountain is pleased to offer the following class-related clubs.

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)


Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) goal is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

This club is full of students who have taken early childhood education classes and beyond. Our FCCLA members work to become better leaders and stronger members of the community. We have collaborated Child Help, Super Kids-Super Sharing to help create a better community.  We use the skills we learn in tons of fun, and exciting leadership conferences, to compete against other FCCLA chapters around the state and the country. If you are interested in joining our FCCLA family, come see Mrs. Aroyian in room 414.


Leza Aroyian



North Valley Police Cadets

Cadets learn up to date policing skills, policies, and legal education through hands-on training from experts in the field, presentations, and field trips.

Photo Club

Photo ClubShadow Mountain Photo Club creates a skill building experience for photographers for all levels of photography.  Some things we do are fundraisers, taking pictures, Photoshop, visiting places such as the Phoenix Zoo and state level conferences and competition for SkillsUSA.

In Photo Club, there are a lot of opportunities to get involved.  We go on two field trips each year, of our choice. In the past, we have gone to Jerome, Out of Africa, Desert Botanical Gardens, Tombstone, Old Town Scottsdale, and Wildlife World Zoo.  It is a great chance to go out and explore what Arizona has to offer.


Mindi Cooper




Those who wish to participate in the creation of our Shadow Mountain yearbook will discover great opportunities to meet new friends, and cover a multitude of events throughout the course of the year, such as dances, athletic games and fundraisers.

After being trained on utilizing specialized yearbook computer software, students are partnered up to design pages that incorporate text and photography. Work can be completed both in school and from home.

Yearbook club members also assist with other related tasks including selling yearbooks, photography, and eventually yearbook distribution to the student body. 


Students are expected to work behind the scenes capturing moments, quotes, and lasting memories. We work diligently to fully cover all school related events and activities.


Nicole Porter


(602) 449-3035


French Club

French Club is a social setting to promote the French language and culture.

It offers an opportunity for Shadow Mountain French students to hone their language skills by engaging in a wide range of fun activities, while socializing through education and the expansion of cultural knowledge. Special events associated with French cuisine and culture will take place throughout the year.

Global Rescue Project

The Global Rescue Project Club is a place for students with a desire to help make the world a better place.

Donation drives and fundraisers are held throughout the year to collect for the less fortunate, both in the United States and throughout the globe.

By creating awareness, our club hopes to create new opportunities to nurture change - bringing light to those living in darkness.