All students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular & extra-curricular activities, whether they be athletic, academic or social in nature. These activities help to shape students and prepare them for success after high school as part of a well-rounded education.
The following form is required for participation in Kinnick High School Athletics: Athlete/Parent Responsibility Acknowledgement.
It is DoDEA policy that students have the "right to a public education of high quality, including the opportunity to participate in activities," in accordance with Executive Order 13160, DoDEA Administrative Instruction (Al) 2500.14 and Department of Defense Instruction 1342.12, "without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, or status as a parent." (DoDEA Al 2051.02, Section 4.a.l.,p.2.) "It is DoDEA policy that a student with a disability, or who has a record of a disability, or is regarded as having a disability, shall not be excluded from participating in, or be denied the benefits of, any DoDEA education program or activity; or be subjected to discrimination based solely on a disability." (DoDEA Al 2500.14, Section 4.a., p.2.)
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Community Service Club is a volunteer service organization which serves the needs of our school and community. The cornerstone of the community service club is to inspire our students to be productive lifelong community service leaders by encouraging a commitment to civic participation. The club encourages an atmosphere of teamwork in which every voice counts, engages group members into effective communication methods, and challenges its members to actively participate in events to better our on-base and off-base community. Google Classroom access code: eqe6bbf
Creative Arts and Music Club is a club in which group members encourage and support one another in creative endeavors. We host writers' workshops, discussions about creative goal-setting, and open mic opportunities every 1-2 months for students to practice their craft with a smaller, supportive audience. In this way, members will feel prepared and empowered to continually create, push themselves out of their comfort zone, and perhaps share their work with larger audiences. Our members include musicians, writers, poets, artists, speakers, actors, other creatives, and those who would like to pursue the creative arts.
Caroline Dale - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Lower - email@example.com
Robert Stovall - firstname.lastname@example.org
The award winning kHS Drama Club puts on 3 drama productions a year, one during each sports season. During the fall season (Sept - Nov) we will be doing a play or a one act. During the winter sports season (Dec - Feb) we will be putting on a 30 minute one act to take to Far East Drama. During the spring sports season (March -May) we will be putting on a musical. We have not chosen which shows we are doing next year. Club Website: http://khsdramalewis.weebly.com/. Students must be academically eligible to perform (above a 2.0 GPA and no more than 1 F) and are expected to keep their GPA above a 2.5 GPA.
The Glee Club is a club that brings together people who love music to allow them to extend their singing capabilities throughout the school, raise confidence, and to make a family through bonding and singing! We perform covers of popular songs from all sorts of genres at festivals, concerts, etc. We represent Kinnick's only singing club and host events like Valentine's Singing Grams, and join events such as Springfest, pep rallies, and concerts! If you think Glee Club is fit for you, join us and add your musical talents for Kinnick to hear! Two rehearsals a week. More frequent rehearsals prior to any performances. Singing Audition (select own song) required.
The purpose of the Japanese National Honor Society is to provide an opportunity for
Japanese language learners to act as a bridge of international understanding
between Japan and the United States and for those students to serve as
ambassadors to promote friendship between Japan, the United States, and other
The Kinnick Mock Trial team involves learning the basics of being a lawyer. Classes
are taught by certified Navy lawyers and are about making opening arguments,
questioning witnesses, closing arguments, raising objections, as well as other
courtroom proceedings. Students get a case in the October timeframe and have
about a month to study it before we start.
National Honor Society focuses on recognizing students at Kinnick who excel in the
four core pillars of the organization - scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
Eligible sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for membership during the
second semester, and members actively serve the school and local communities
through student-sponsored service projects and fundraising efforts.
NJROTC is an elective class that students can take for credit. We list it here with clubs
because a lot of students consider NJROTC more like a club than a class. We have
teams that students can join as well as the regular class such as armed and unarmed
drill, Color Guard, Honor Guard, and Marksmanship.
For students in Spanish level 3 or higher in good academic standing. Students
participate in community service projects and promote the Spanish language and
culture throughout the community. Students participate in Hispanic Heritage
Celebrations, cultural events during La Navidad, & MIMe Day events at Sullivans.
The Student Council is the part of student government that serves the entire student
body, not just the individual classes. We coordinate homecoming, pep rallies, Yo-Hi
Day (kind of like a field day) and various other activities throughout the year. As
freshmen, we will be looking for 3 class representatives to serve on StuCo.
The DoDEA Transition Program is a new program implemented in all DoDEA Pacific
Middle and High Schools. We aim to transition new students and departing students
into and out of Kinnick High School; to relieve any fears, anxieties, and stress the go
with PCSing. This Program is primarily a student-led Program. Therefore, those who
partake in this Program as Student Ambassadors must be willing to put in the work