Introduce Asian Culture and languages to American students, teachers and staff at Howard High, share learning experience and organize activities.
Help American students, teachers and staff learn more about Asian, help Asian students learn more about American.
To promote cultural awareness and to create unifying and supportive activities for students of African heritage.
Improve cultural proficiency among staff and students
Create unifying activities Provide outlets for cultural expression
Educate staff and students about the various African countries
Create a safe space for cultural expression
Targeting African-American males in grades 9 - 12, the Alpha Achievers Program is a youth centered educational program jointly supported by Howard County Public Schools, the Alpha Foundation of Howard County and the Kappa Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.
To use sign language in natural, social settings, to spread awareness of Deaf culture and sign language, and to serve the Deaf community.
Meets Thursdays 2:15 in A111
Learn how to expand food preparation and baking skills through teamwork! We meet monthly to prepare recipes selected by the students.
Meets Fridays 2:15 N103
Best Buddies is a student run friendship club that creates buddy pairs who participate in activities inside and outside of school together to build one-to-one friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Offering social opportunities while improving the quality of life and level of inclusion for a population that is often isolated and/or excluded.
Christian based fellowship, friendship, prayer, study the bible
Create Christian fellowship for students, knowledge of the bible and prayer with their peers
Meets Thursday at 2:15 Room N105
The purpose of the Black Student Union is to promote activities of common interest, as well as cultural and educational benefits for the student body. The club provides students an opportunity to openly discuss issues faced in the community and culture.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:15 in Room N219
Encourage a life-long love of reading in a comfortable environment where students discuss literature respectfully. Meets one Friday each month at 2:15 in the Media Center.
Share programming concepts, ideas, and comptete in Coding competitions, expose students to new programming languages
Meets Friday 2:15 in Room A200
This club encourages the process and development of creative writing, as well as promotes passion and creativity for non-academic writing.
Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month in Room V138 from 2:15-3:00pm.
A place for future educators to develop leadership skills,explore education as a career and work on steps that will help students get there.
Meets Tuesdays at 2:15 in Room N107
To promote ways to help the environment and make the Howard High School community aware of ways to reduce, reuse, repurpose, and recycle materials by recycling electronics, reduce the wasting of food through informational announcements, repurpose pens through art design, recycle markers, swap items campaign. Meets on Wednesdays after school in Room B208
To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes and to foster fellowship among Christian athletes and non-athletes.
This group meets in Room N101 on Wednesdays at 2:15pm - 2:30pm.
The French Club is a student-led group that promotes the study and appreciation of the French language. Topics and themes include Crêpe making, film viewings, food tasting, francophone holiday celebrations. All students are welcome to join. Meets Fridays 2:15 in Room A104
The purpose of FBLA is to provide, as an integral part of the instruction program, opportunities for students to develop vocational and career competencies and to promote civic and personal responsibilities. The goals or objectives of FBLA are to develop competent, aggressive business leadership, strengthen confidence of students in themselves and their work, and create more interest in the American business enterprise.Competition in various events through out the school year.
Meets Tuesdays at 2:15 in Room A215
To promote physical, mental and social well being, develop effective leadership qualities and skills, develop the ability to communicate more effectively with people., develop character, develop responsible citizenship traits. To understand the importance of pleasing oneself as well as being of service to others. To build self-confidence and pride in one's work. To make realistic career choices and seek successful employment in the health care field. To develop an understanding of the importance in interacting and cooperating with other students and organizations.
The Gender-Sexuality Acceptance is a club that aims to provide a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (sexuality and gender) (LGBTQ) youth and their straight allies and bring awareness and promote LGBTQ+ issues and create a positive environment within the Howard community. Meetings are on Wednesdays on Room N104 at 2:15pm.
To promote the German language and culture through collaboration and have fun with other students who have an interest in the German language and culture. Biweekly meetings featuring topics based on club members' interests Field Trip with the German classes to German-American Day at McDaniel College Participation in World Language and Culture Fest in October Participation in HCPSS World Language Day in April.
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday at 2:15 in Room A108
Provide more opportunities for volunteering and giving back to the community we also participate in Habitat for Humanity challenge.
Meets Thursday 2:15 in N207
Digital publication based on extra curricular activities at Howard.
Meets Tuesdays at 2:10 in Room A226
Further understanding of the law, court procedures, and the legal system; Increase proficiency in soft skills such as listening, speaking, reading and reasoning;Heighten appreciation for academic studies as well as career consciousness of law-related professions. At the center of each year's competition is a new legal case - either civil or criminal in nature - that challenges students to think critically about timely issues. Acting as attorneys and witnesses, students portray defense or plaintiff/prosecution and are scored on their performances by judges or attorneys.
We are a student-led group passionate about communication and competition. We teach, practice and compete the following forensics and debate formats: Public Forum and Lincoln Douglas debates, oratory, interpretation, impromptu speaking, and others. We participate in monthly local tournaments as part of the Baltimore Catholic Forensic League (BCFL), monthly on Saturdays. Students who compete also become members of the National Speech and Debate Honor Society, or the National Forensics League (NFL).
To develop an understanding and improve functional knowledge of Ice Hockey. Students will develop skills for the playing of Ice Hockey, knowledge of the game of Hockey, and develop an understanding of Ice Hockey sportsmanship through off an on ice games, practices, and film studies.
Dance Team consists of 16 technically trained dancers whose responsibilities include performing at school events such as pep rallies, half time shows at the basketball and football games, and school-wide assemblies.
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30 in the Dance Studio
To educate others and spread awareness for issues that involve humanitarian crises internationally. This includes focusing on events that are threatening in terms of health, safety, and the well being of a community.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:15 in the Career Center
Meets one to three times a week for practice on Tuesdays 2:30 to 4:30 and Thursdays 6:30 to 8:30 in B114. The primary goal of Howard High School's It’s Academic team is practice for and competition on the It’s Academic television show. To this end, Howard High School has one of the 10 most active It’s Academic teams in the Baltimore-DC region, competing in many academic tournaments run by high schools, colleges, and independent organizers.
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:15 in Room A104
To provide Jewish students (and those who aren't Jewish) a place to discuss religion and celebrate Jewish holidays in a safe, non judgmental place for students to come and express their religious views.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:15 in Room N108
To inspire and unite young women through Stepping which is a complex performance that melds folk traditions with popular culture and involves synchronized percussive movement, singing, speaking, chanting, and drama. While promoting academic achievement, unity and leadership within a diverse organization, through teamwork and to encourage self-respect and discipline throughout the young women in Howard high school.
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:30 pm in the Atrium
Los Leones is a group that celebrates and recognizes the Hispanic culture and supports students academically, career/college, and personally/socially.
Meets Fridays at 2:15 in Room R124
To improve the overall math experiences of students at Howard through tutoring peers in math.
Students will learn advanced math and problem solving skills. They will compete against other schools in Math Competitions once or twice a month.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:15pm in Room V135 and A213
The Model United Nations Club works to improve students’ public speaking and collaboration skills while increasing awareness of world issues and working together to form solutions to these problems. We attend conferences and do activities during meetings designed to accomplish these goals.
Meets Wednsdays During LionsTime and Fridays at 2:15 in Room N203
~Raise awareness surrounding Islam
~Correct misconceptions surrounding Muslim students
~Create a safe space for Muslim students
To increase awareness of the visual arts at HHS and to provide service through the arts within the broader community.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:15 in A219
The National Honor Society is an organization for students who perform well academically and are interested in community service. Monthly Meetings are on the second Thursday of each month in the Cafeteria.
To expand students’ knowledge of the German language and culture
• To meet other students who are also learning German
• To use the German they have learned to communicate with others
• To educate and inform the Howard High School students and staff about the language and culture of German-speaking people
• To make connections between German and American customs and traditions
• To support the students of German by offering help with academic and cultural activities
Meets Thursdays at 2:!5 in Room A108
The National Technical Honor Society is an honor society for outstanding career and technical students whose focus is engineering and/or computer science courses.
Engage current students in engineering and computer science courses. As well as promote these courses to students not currently enrolled in one of these courses.
To involve students in the school improvement process and allow their voices to be heard on decisions made at the school.
To align students and staff vision to the vision of Howard HS
Meets Monday, Tuesday, Wednsday, and Thursday at 2:20 in Room B207
To play friendly games of Ping Ping and chess and have fun. Make long lasting relationships
Meets Thursdays at 2:20 in the Atrium
To promote scholarship and to recognize academic excellence in social studies among high school students.
To provide through its local chapters opportunities for exploration in the social studies in secondary school environments and the community.
To encourage interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the social studies.
Meets Fridays at 2:20 in Room R120
Spreading community involvement in the sciences.
Participate in science excellence, tutoring, and spreading community awareness.
Support local animal shelters, do volunteer work if possible.
Meets During Lions Time and on Select Wednsdays after School.
To celebrate and promote the French language and culture, both within and outside Howard High. Members are inducted annually based on their high academic standing in French and their enthusiasm to participate in and promote French culture. Meets Fridays 2:15 in Room A104.
The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and to promote interest in Hispanic studies.
Meets Thursdays 2:20 in Room R124
Support the mission and vision of Howard High School by promoting and celebrating student voice and organizing student-derived and student-directed activities and initiatives.
Increase voluntary student participation in school-wide initiatives and events.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:20 in Room N120
To participate in engineering challenges and to expose more females to engineering careers and professionals.
Meets Wednsdays at 2:15 in Room E101
Promotes the sport of swimming and helps organize Howard High School swimmers to compete in the Annual Howard County Swim meet.
Meets on Fridays from 2:15-2:45 in Room B207.
Bring together students that love Harry Potter, and further iindulge in a great book series including movie day, trivia, and character analysis.
Meets Thursdays 2:25 in Room V137
To practice playing ukulele. We hope to perform for other students throughout the year.
Meets Thursdays at 2:20 in Room B204
Fundraising for children in poverty and other vulnerable situations around the world.
Meets on Mondays at 2:15 in Student Services.