Shadow Mountain is pleased to offer the following honorary clubs to qualified students.
The SMHS Key Club is a service organization sponsored by the Desert Ridge Kiwanis Club. Its focus is reaching out to the members/organizations of our community and doing volunteer work or service. Our club is one of the largest clubs on the Shadow Mountain campus, with up to two-hundred members per year.
Our focus in Key Club is reaching out to the members/organizations of our community and doing volunteer work or service. As a member of Key Club, your required a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Wondering how you'll get those hours? Sign up sheet for events are always outside of Mr. Campbell's, room 188, and discussed at meetings. Meetings are extremely important, be sure to attend as many as possible!
On select Wednesdays
7:00 AM in the Media Center
NHS: National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. By invitation only.
First Thursday of Each Month during Lunch in the Media Center
SOWS: Society of Women Scholars
Society of Women Scholars (SOWS) is a club that celebrates the academic success of women. Female students are invited into this club if they have established and maintained a 3.5 GPA. SOWS members engage at lunch meetings that feature women speakers who are business leaders, reform advocates, or live an influential and successful life.
Jo Lynn White
Spanish Honor Society
The Spanish Honor Society (SHS) is a group of dedicated students and faculty interested in the Spanish language, Spanish culture, and community service. We welcome students who have shown their dedication to the Spanish language through academic excellence and pursuit of extra opportunities to use the language.
SHS members enjoy many diverse opportunities to immerse themselves into Hispanic culture, such as attending cultural celebrations, parades, eating food from many different Hispanic regions and becoming closer as a group and a club through these activities.
SHS is open to students currently enrolled in a Spanish class that have earned a B grade or higher. If you have any questions about how to join, please talk to Sra. Packard in room 129. We would love for any student interested in the Spanish language or Hispanic culture to come join us!
Once or Twice a Month