Advisor: Tyler Lentovich

  • Purpose: To provide students (especially those enrolled in art classes) the chance to pursue enrichment normally not offered during the school day.

  • Participation Requirements: Grade Level 9-12, Regular monthly meetings, Must be passing classes

  • Major Activities: Fall - Trip to museum, Several visits to art sites in the county, Workshops after school, Providing Creative Assistance to Local Businesses

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate

BAND (Marching)

Advisor: Marisa Romano


Advisor: Mrs. Grim


Advisor: Ryan Huber


Advisors: Mrs. Antcliff

  • Purpose: To provide students the opportunity for the development of leadership skills, personal and professional growth, and career-related competencies.

  • Participation Requirements: Grade level 9-12, Must be enrolled in a business class, Membership dues

  • Major Activities: Fall Leadership Conference for Officers - Oct., Regional Competition - late Jan. (Sat.), State Competition - early March (Thurs.-Sun.), National Competition - late April, Fundraising Activities

  • Portfolio Documentation: Chapter Certificates and any Regional, State or National Certificates


Advisor: ?

  • Purpose: Increase team-building skills, choral skills, advances music skills, job preparation, and interview skills.

  • Participation Requirements: Spring auditions (before registration), Grade level 9-12, Performance activities outside of class and weekends required

  • Major Activities: Fundraiser (beginning in October), Public concerts throughout school year, High School Graduation

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate, Section Leaders, Most Outstanding


Advisors for 2022: Jennifer Kuester and Heather Wolf
Advisors for 2023: Mandy Moegenborg and Julie Sickles
Advisors for 2024: Kristi Pifer and Shari Myers
Advisors for 2025: Tracie Lentz

  • Purpose: To give interested students a chance to help make decisions regarding their class.

  • Participation Requirements: Obtain a ballot and run for office - President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Class Representative, Elected by fellow classmates, Duties vary from year to year

  • Major Activities: Freshman: Fall and Winter Concessions, Fund Raising, Homecoming Activities Sophomore: Fall and Winter Concessions, Fund Raising, Homecoming Activities Junior: Fall and Winter Concessions, Fund Raising, Homecoming Activities, Prom, Senior Banquet, Graduation Ceremony Senior: Fall and Winter Concessions, Homecoming Activities, Seniorama, Graduation

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate for participation and pin


Advisor: Christine McCarthy

  • Purpose: To Provide H.S. students the opportunity to learn about and participate in all aspects of the theatre as well as fine tune their appreciation of the other fine arts disciplines.

  • Participation Requirements: Thursday meetings, Grade level 9-12, Dues $1.00, Executive Board: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, two Historians

  • Major Activities: Monthly club activities, Play presentation each semester Spring Banquet, Middle Sch. and Elem. Fine Art Prog., Tech Crew Supports Syrup Festival Pageant/Talent Show

  • Portfolio Documentation: Letter of Participation, Pin, Star Year


Advisor: Jerry Butchkowski

  • Participation Requirements: Must be passing 4 out of 5 classes.

GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)

Advisors: Sam Turner and Alaina Sunken


Advisor: Owen Russell

  • Purpose: To provide students with mechanical skills & interest in industry an organization that meets their abilities.

  • Participation Requirements: No dues, Grade level 9-12

  • Attendance requirements: Attend meetings during homeroom and attend field trips, Serve on an Activity Committee

  • Major Activities: Fall & Spring Field Trip to Industrial Setting, A "Fun" Trip in the Spring, Community support activities, Fundraiser to support Scholarship & Activities, Scholarship Search Committee

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate for Participation


Advisor: Mrs. Grim

  • Purpose: To practice writing skills in a competitive environment.

  • Participation Requirements: Anyone is welcome to join; a proficiency in writing is preferred Must attend practice sessions

  • Major Activities: Three Competitions in the fall, two of which are during school hours

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate; Possibility of Earning League Honors


Advisors: Mr. Davis

  • Purpose: To expand students understanding of S.T.E.A.M and to have fun. S.T.E.A.M stands for Science -Technology - Engineering - Arts - Mathematics

  • Participation Requirements: Students should be in 9th-12th grade with the desire to learn new skills and participate in a team environment. Coding, mechanical understanding, electrical knowledge, and Computer Aided Design are all useful skills.

  • Major Activities: Build a robot to complete tasks in a competition (First Robotics Competition). There are at least two competitions during the season, performance decides if you advance to other competitions.

  • Portfolio Documentation: 


Advisor: Rick Cahoon

  • Purpose: To promote the general interest and welfare of the Shepherd High School science program through the cooperative efforts of the students and faculty.

  • Participation Requirements: Members must have passed Freshman Science Course, Membership open to Sophomores through Seniors, Must be taking or have passed Sophomore Science Course

  • Major Activities: Concession Stands for Freshman Football Games, Recycling for High School Classrooms, Biology Committee's annual spring trip to N. Michigan, Publication Committee publishes Club Newsletter, Sponsors Science Honor Society

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate, Pin


Advisor: Ms. Chaney and Ms. Nartker

  • Purpose: To Promote the general interests and welfare of SHS through the cooperative efforts of faculty and students.

  • Participation Requirements: Five representatives, Elected by each class, Officers elected by student body, Less than three absences (at meetings), Must be a good students "C" Average, Must have satisfactory citizenship

  • Major Activities: Homecoming - Oct., Christmas Project - Dec., Pride Week - Feb./March, Blood Drive - May, Many, Many, Minor Activities

  • Portfolio Documentation: Certificate


Advisor: ?


Advisor: TBD

  • Purpose: To develop activities and awareness to both improve the "atmosphere" of the school and promote the importance of community involvement.

  • Participation Requirements: Second semester freshman through seniors are welcome to help improve the school and the community

  • Major Activities: Make a Difference Day - Fall, Thanksgiving Cards for Elderly, Penny Pile-Up - December, Valentines for Vets & Valentines for Elderly - February, Have a Heart - February, Pot of Gold Food Drive - March, Helping with Maple Syrup Festival - April, Mentoring/Tutoring - All Year, Other Activities (Cancer Walk, Volunteering at CMCH), Oscars Night

  • Portfolio Documentation: Award, Certificate