• Anime Club:
    Sponsor - Gregory Nazario,
    Purpose - To foster an appreciation for Anime (Asian Culture-Art, History, Video Gaming and Music)
    So what is anime, exactly? The word anime -- pronounced "ah-knee-may" -- is an abbreviation of the word animation. In Japan, the word's used to refer to all animation. Outside of Japan, it's become the catch-all term for animation from Japan.
    For decades, anime was produced by and for Japan -- a local product, with a distinct look-and-feel to not just the artwork but the storytelling, the themes, and the concepts. Over the last forty years, though, it's become an international phenomenon, attracting millions of fans and being translated into many languages. A whole generation of viewers in the West have grown up with it and are now passing it on to their own children.
    Criteria - The Anime club is open to any student who is interested in Manga, Anime, Video Games, Graphic Novels and Sci-fi. From the Anime novice to the hard core Anime fanatic everyone is welcomed.

  • Art Club:
    Sponsor -Tyrone Harris,
    Purpose - To provide extra creative time in the Arts.
    Criteria - Membership is open to all MHCHS students 9-12

  • Battle of the Books:
    Sponsor - Julianne Dunn,
    Purpose - To help students read out of their comfort zone developing an appreciation for all types of literature as well as a love of reading
    Criteria - Membership is open to all MHCHS students willing to read the books, discuss them with their peers and compete in a quiz bowl style competition.

  • E-Sports Club:
    Sponsor - Mark Czechowski,
    Purpose - Make Esports available to every student as a legitimate varsity level sport. Students will have an opportunity to engage in healthy Esports competition, surrounded by peers, and supervised by teachers.  Through organized Esports competition students will tie their commitment to gaming to their success in academics and future careers (Scholarships are available).
    Criteria - All students that enjoy playing video are welcome. Students must maintain an 80% average in all classes in order to participate in tournaments. We ask that everyone be kind and helpful.

  • Key Club:
    Sponsor - Jessica Osnoe,
    Purpose - To serve the school and community and to develop student leaders and their leadership skills.
    Criteria - Membership is open to all MHCHS students. To maintain membership, students must attend 50% of the meetings per month and complete two service projects per semester. Students who fail to meet these requirements are removed from membership for the following semester and may not join again until the next school year. Membership dues are established each year.

  • Military Appreciation Club (MAC):
    Sponsor - Mark Czechowski,
    Purpose - To display appreciation for all active duty soldiers and veterans for their selfless service to our country. Members volunteer their time with military-affiliated organizations and have fundraisers to donate proceeds back to these organizations. Special guests are invited to come talk about their time in the service, and military organizations share what they offer. Students and their families participate in the Veteran's Day Parade to honor our military.
    Criteria - Membership is open to all MHCHS students.

  • National Honor Society:
    Sponsor - Melissa Hunter and Brian O'Neal
    Purpose - To promote the ideals of academic excellence, service, leadership and character in the students of Massey Hill Classical High School.
    Criteria - Students must have a minimum weighted GPA of 3.5 AND a minimum unweighted GPA of 3.0 or numerical average of 90 on the previous semester’s rank list, and a minimum number of character, leadership, and service points. These points are documented from attendance, discipline, activity, community service records, and teacher recommendations. Membership dues are $20.00 per school year.

  • Science Club (Science Olympiad, Science Quiz Bowl):
    Sponsor -  Dali Emami,
    Purpose - To create a passion for learning science with an emphasis on teamwork and a commitment to excellence by preparing for academic competitions, which are held at the regional, state, and national levels.
    Criteria - To attend the practices on a regular basis and to realize that practice is important. To understand that Science Olympiad requires teamwork and that all members must give 100% in order for the team to be effective and progress in the competitions. A membership fee is required and possibly other expenses as the team progresses.

  • Speech and Debate:
    Sponsor - Santevia Reaves,,us 
    Purpose - To develop public speaking skills through regular competition events
    Criteria - Students enrolled in the Forensics/Debate class are eligible. Those not enrolled in the class may audition for the team. Students must be willing to attend practices and weekend competitions.

  • Student Government Association:
    Sponsor - Julianne Dunn,
    Purpose - To represent and encourage cooperation among the student body and to provide a means for student opinions and ideas to be expressed to the faculty and administration of MHCHS. The Student Government is the representative of and advisor to the student body of MHCHS.
    Criteria - To run for an SGA office, students must have a minimum unweighted 3.0 GPA and must have teacher and student recommendations.

  • Thespian Club:
    Sponsor - Molly Malone,
    Purpose - Serves all students with an interest in all things theatre. Students explore theatre games, plays, musicals, technical theatre, and more while building positive relationships with fellow artists.
    Criteria - Membership open to all students of MHCHS who want to learn more about on and off stage elements of theatre arts.