Continued from last year, we will work to bring a newsletter to the school every other week with school news and other articles written by students for students
To provide a right leaning viewpoint on today's current events with emphasis on open and respectful discourse.
To inform kids not only how to study and prepare for tests but also teach them good school habits to develop and we would try to customize it to their learning style.
1. To provide an affinity group for LGBTQIA students and allies
2. To encourage inclusion and discussion of LGBTQIA issues/concerns
Volunteer Baking Club
The mission of our club is to help other clubs and non profits by providing baked goods for their fundraisers. We hope to continue helping FFAS, student run fundraisers, and teacher appreciation. We also hope to bring in guests to teach the club how to bake other treats.
Blue Gold Club
Educate the community, raise awareness and support for young members of our community with disabilities.
The Rubble is the student "newspaper." We want to cultivate an environment of self-expression, in which contributors can write articles about anything they want. However, articles are not the only contributions students can make. The Rubble also accepts photos, videos, and many other things in lieu of an article. The idea is to get enough content together in one given month so that the website can be updated with an array of content. This year, we not only want to increase viewership, but also increase contribution.
The Breakfast Club
To go to Wilmington and serve food to the homeless, hungry, or impoverished men, women, or children. Ultimately, to give back to the Wilmington community and make it a happier and healthier place.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is an organization of clubs focused on computer science education with branches across the nation. Computing is where the jobs are now and where they will be in the future. However, fewer than 1 in 5 computer science graduates are women. The club will focus on how to solve problems in the community and how to give ourselves the tools we need to succeed in the future job market. The club will offer learning opportunities for students to deepen their computer science skills and explore coding in a fun, friendly, and relaxed environment. The Girls Who Code program creates opportunities for Girls Who Code alumni from high school to join the computing workforce. Our club joins a sisterhood of peers and role models who help students and alumni persist and succeed. I will be learning alongside all the club members, along with the faculty advisor, Mrs. Jordan, who has a background in computer science. Tower Hill’s branch of Girls Who Code will provide our students with a meaningful learning experience as well as allowing our students to enter into a passionate network of girls who are successful in the computer science world.
The focus of chess club will be to promote the engagement of students interested in intellectual challenges in one of the most mentally challenging games ever. This club will provide an environment for experienced players to gather and improve their skills and will also provide an opportunity for beginners to learn the ins and outs of the game.
Like the Lit Club of last year, the mission of this club will continue to try and provide a creative outlet for anyone who wants to share any of their works in a low-stress and friendly environment. This year, we hope to take the collaboration aspect of the club even further by having interactive meetings and writing activities.
Young Democrats Club
To cultivate the minority Democratic population at Tower Hill, and inspire interest in the political realm.
Tower HIll's MUN club engages in authentic simulations of the United Nations system through learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. MUN team members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events, while improving their skills of communication. The club plans to attend 3 conferences this coming school year at Princeton, American University, and University of Delaware.
Math League is a club designed for math-lovers who are interested in taking a step further beyond their classes and participate in the regional Math League Competition.
To further the study and promote the love of the ancient Greco-Roman World.
The mission of this club is to introduce students to the relatively new sport of pickleball by providing instruction and then getting out and playing during some meetings (weather permitting). Hopefully this club will expand and be seen by other schools in the long run to perhaps start an interscholastic league.
We strive to engage our students in service through action by fostering meaningful connections that impact our community in a positive way. Our goal is to make service an integral part of our students’ lives, in school and beyond.
Science Olympiad aims to provide an environment in which students have the opportunity to learn various science topics hands-on through building, experimenting, and analyzing.
To educate/talk about issues within the community and globally, and understand the basics of the seven pillars.
Our overall mission is to "Do Good" by working with the B+ organization to raise awareness and help fight childhood cancer.
Crochet for Community
We want to teach the members of the club how to crochet. Then we will come up with a project to make, which will be donated to those in need. An example is a hat to donate to those in a hospital losing hair due to cancer.
As a club, we want to provide aid to children who attend the school. Whether it is a scholarship, buying books, buying a uniform, or any other needs the school and its students may need. We also want to create a personal connection with the students by assigning “pen pals” to learn more about the South African culture and country itself.
The mission of Debate Club is to engage students in well-versed, intellectual combat while sharpening their research, organizational, and speaking skills.
Music Making Club
To encourage and help students to make their own music. Ideally, the club will teach students how to use music software, encourage them to form music groups with each others, and to write their own songs.
Animal Awareness Club
Educating on all kinds of animal rights and awareness, donating money and materials to animal rights organizations and shelters, organizing volunteer opportunities, and much more.
So You Wanna Be a Doctor?
Our club's purpose is to entertain the interests of students looking to pursue a career in medicine. Despite our catchy name, this club is not limited to those wishing to become only doctors, but is instead open to anyone with even the slightest interest in medicine. We plan on educating prospective medical professionals on the dynamic field of medicine, as well as covering the requirements needed to reach their goals. Our club will perform at least one medically related service trip this year, so students simply seeking involvement in community service activities are also welcome. In addition, membership in the club will entail basic first aid lessons (CPR, Heimlich Maneuver, etc.), which are a requirement for any career in medicine as well as just very useful to know in life.
Asian Culture Club
The purpose of this club is to introduce multiple aspects of Asian culture to those that are interested and provide them with a place to explore cultures that they may not be able to see or experience in daily life, playing into Tower Hill’s objective to be more present in our communities. Focusing on both lighthearted and serious aspects of Asian culture, the club will showcase different music, fashion, and food, but it will also shine a light on more weighty subjects such as stereotypes and the complicated history between Asian countries and Western influences. This club will actively participate in international events both in school and locally, such as International Night and the International Women’s Club. By doing so, we hope to broaden the view of Asian and international culture to Tower Hill. The club will also serve as a structural gathering for the international community in Tower Hill, giving them a sense of familiarity in a new environment and a platform to talk about their own unique experiences and perspectives. As a recent new student coming from an international background, I am able to empathize with new students as they arrive in a close knit community that may not always understand their perspectives and/or struggles. We will strive to provide a safe space for these students to be comfortable with their identities as Asian international students and Asian American students, continuing to align with Tower Hill’s objective to be proud.
Tower Hill Chapter of the Anthony Penna Club
Our mission is to raise funds and bring awareness to the Anthony Penna Charitable Fund. We plan on doing this by having different fundraisers and events throughout the school year.
Asian Student Alliance
The purpose of this club is to inform others about, and to discuss all aspects of being an asian american in modern society. However, all are welcome. The goal of the club is to have members gain a better understanding of how being asian american impacts one's daily life, in both positive and negative ways.
Historical/Academic Bowl Club
To provide a fun learning environment to get others to enjoy learning trivia and have fun in a buzzer style competition.
Mental Math Club
We have found that many Towerhill students do not have confidence (and sometimes abilities) to do mental math which is very vital in math, physics and even chemistry. So we are planning on helping them improve their mental math skills and confidence. Our meetings will usually consist of teaching our members some tricks to facilitate specific calculations, and playing games like Kahoot. We will also be learning about fun facts that's related to mental math or math in general.
Chinese Culture Club
To educate people about Chinese culture. We will eat Chinese food, watch Chinese movies, sing Chinese songs and have fun.
Equities and Assets Club
To promote a love of economics within the student body.
MENA Culture Exchange
The mission of this club is to connect Tower Hill students with English learners in Morocco, establishing a cultural exchange. Through this club, interested students will be able to learn about the experiences of peers from different cultural backgrounds and challenge assumptions about other cultures and regions. Regular Skype sessions and potential travel will allow students to practice cross cultural communication skills, supporting Tower Hill’s objective of being proactive in bringing diversity and inclusion to our community. This will also be a great opportunity for students to build friendships with peers who live abroad, participate in meaningful discussions with cultural experts, and contribute to creative projects internationally
NBA 2K Club
This club will provide a relaxing period during the stressful school day. We will play tournaments of 2K every meeting and will have a big tournament at the end of the year. This year we will look to spread to different areas and create a tournament with local schools.
This will be a fun club where everyone can experience the different cultures of India. We will be eating a lot of Indian food, listening to music, and possibly watching Indian movies explore and understand the deep culture. We will also spread awareness for different Indian holidays and hold a Diwali and Holi festival celebration at Tower Hill.
Mock Trial’s mission is to educate students on the ways of the legal system through the process of preparing for and participating in the Delaware State Competition in February 2019. Members will work with a state released case and develop their own arguments to defend their side, as well as refute the claims of the alternate side. Within the case, students can take on the role of either an attorney or a witness. Witnesses put themselves in the mind of a witness, while attorneys work to construct opening and closing arguments, as well as examinations of witnesses.