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High School

East Baltimore High School is the final step to juvenile education for Darienee and her friends.











Competitive ActivitiesEdit

Chess TeamEdit

Description Edit

This club consists of students interested in chess. Students participating in this activity learn chess to prepare for recreational and interscholastic chess matches. The interscholastic chess matches are from October through February on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:20-5:30 PM.

Notable Participants Edit

Lionel Johnson

Mindy Carlson

Speech: Individual EventsEdit

DescriptionEdit

This activity is open to students who want to compete in the various MHSA and conference events.  Activities include speech making, duet acting, oratory, prose/poetry reading, comedy and radio speaking.  The season runs from September through February and give students who participate conference, regional and state opportunities.  This activity is primarily for students in Public Speaking and Theater Arts.  However, others may participate if they desire.  This activity takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:10-6:00 PM.

Notable ParticipantsEdit

Donogann Nelson

Science Club and OlympiadEdit

DescriptionEdit

The Science Club is open to students in all four years with all ability levels.  Each month has a featured theme with weekly activities organized around such themes.  Students are allowed to take part in each month's activities or only ones they are interested in.  Students interested may sign up in their science classes.  The Science Olympiad is an academic competition with 22 separate events featured emphasizing process skills, problem-solving strategies and general science knowledge.  Regionals are held in early Spring with first place winners going to State and state first place winners moving on to Nationals.  Science Club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:10 to 5:00.

Notable ParticipantsEdit

Sophia Edwardson

Kyle Rover

Cultural ActivitiesEdit

Chinese ClubEdit

DescriptionEdit

The school's Chinese Club is meant to give students a better understanding of China, its culture and language.  Chinese Club is for all students of any high school grade, especially those in Chinese classes.  Students will be able to try Chinese Food, watch movies, celebrate holidays, learn its language and listen to music.  Also, students who are in Chinese class at the time will be offered assistance in their classes.  This club runs from 3:10-5:00 PM on Fridays.

Notable ParticipantsEdit

Teddy Turner

Performance ActivitiesEdit

Dolphin Percussion and Wind EnsembleEdit

DescriptionEdit

The school Dolphin Percussion and Wind Ensemble is meant to give students who are interested in or take Band Classes a larger view of experience in the percussion and wind performances.  This ensemble meets twice a week on Monday and Friday 6:00-8:00 PM for rehearsal.  Major exceptions on those days are on band concert nights.  Sometimes, this ensemble performs in the community on weekends like at hospitals, colleges and more.  The ensemble performs from October to April and is auditioned in September.

Notable ParticipantsEdit

Mandy Bolena

Donogann Nelson

Mindy Carlson

Teddy Turner

Dolphin StringsEdit

DescriptionEdit

Dolphin Strings is an auditioned ensemble that meets on Fridays every week from 5:00-8:00 and performs all kinds of music.  Since this group has frequent audience interactions, music memorization's required.  This ensemble often performs in the community and in Diamond Concerts around the Christmas Season. The ensemble performs from November to April and is auditioned in September.

Notable ParticipantsEdit

Cecily Gregory

Monica Bell

Connolly O'Hara

Kyle Rover

Drama ClubEdit

Description Edit

Drama Club is a group that encourages students of all grades to express themselves through theatrical action in a variety of plays. Major performances take place in two main stage productions and a spring musical. Also, more notable theatrical opportunities are studio productions, middle school audience performances and student directed single act plays. The drama club rehearses on Tuesdays and Fridays from September-April at 3:30-6:00.

Notable Participants Edit

Charlotte Echolson

Mosaic ChoirEdit

Description Edit

Mosaic Choir is a vocal ensemble of many cultures and religions to develop a sense of unity. Sacred music is performed through singing and any student interested in the choir is welcome. Session takes place all year on Mondays and Thursdays at 3:45-5:15

Notable Participants Edit

Charlotte Echolson

Chamber SingersEdit

Description Edit

This small chorus is a mixed ensemble that performs a variety of choral repertoire. All choral students can participate. Auditions are held late in August and session is on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:45.

Notable Participants Edit

Susan Geilston

Mixed Show ChoirEdit

Description Edit

This ensemble activity is for all students who take curricular chorus classes and consists of singer-dancers who perform pop, contemporary and show tunes wearing costume and performing a special choreography. They rehearse weekly on Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:30-9:00 at night. Show Choir also performs in choral concerts, show choir festivals, clinics and several community performances all year. Audition is on May prior to the school year's beginning.

Notable Participants Edit

Darienee Richardson

Louis Benson

Jacques West

Special Interest ActivitiesEdit

Art Club Edit

Description Edit

Sewing ClubEdit

Cooking ClubEdit

Book Club

History ClubEdit

DescriptionEdit

History Club is a special club where American Studies and US History students who are interested in more American History activities can partake in to either improve their history grade or just to have a good time learning about the historical impacts that have shaped the United States throughout the years!  This is advised by a history teacher and led by a student that is chosen presidential election style.  Past activities have included individuals guest speaking at elementary schools, trips to Washington D.C. and other American Historical locations, listening to guest lecturers about discussed historical concepts and more.  This club meets on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:10 to 5:30 after school from the first Thursday of September to the Monday after the Fine Arts Festival in May.  New history activities can be chosen during meetings at the school.  US History and American Studies homework help is also given in this club.

Notable ParticipantsEdit

Darienee Richardson

Cecily Gregory

Greenhouse ClubEdit

Creative Writing ClubEdit

Woodworking Club Edit

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