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Sponsor - Chris Keiper

Marching Band is an extension of Jazz Band and Concert Band classes. We perform at football games, festivals, and parades in our community.
Sponsor - Mark Witterman

Bible club is an after school program for all students. It traditionally meets from 2:30-3:15 on the second and fourth Friday of the month in room 208, Mr. Witterman's room. We have a time of fellowship, prayer, and Bible study. Snacks are provided. Come on out and check us out. We look forward to seeing you there.
Sponsors - Shelly Syrko & Mary Critchlow

High school cheerleading is a sport recognized by the WPIAL and PIAA. Members of the squad are selected by outside judges during the spring of the prior school year. In addition to competing, the squad cheers at varsity football games and JV and varsity boys' basketball games. They are also responsible for organizing school pep assemblies and other related school and community events.
Sponsor - Mark Witterman

Chess Club is a club that is open to all students in grades 9-12. We meet every Friday in room 311. We are looking for players with all types of experience from beginners to experts.
Sponsor - Chris Keiper

Chorus Club is open to all students in Hopewell High School. Our club will rehearse after school for performances throughout the school year. Students who are not enrolled in chorus class are encouraged to join the Chorus Club.
Sponsors - Rich Collins & Mary Critchlow

Get involved with your class and help make decisions! Plan activities such as May Day, Homecoming, Prom, and graduation. Learn to work with a group, plan fundraisers, organize events! Looks great on college applications and resumes!
Sponsors - Kate Dran & Mark Witterman

Get involved with your class and help make decisions! Plan activities such as May Day, Homecoming, Prom, and graduation. Learn to work with a group, plan fundraisers, organize events! Looks great on college applications and resumes!
Sponsors - Nick Mohrbacher & Nick Slapikas

Get involved with your class and help make decisions! Plan activities such as May Day, Homecoming, Prom, and graduation. Learn to work with a group, plan fundraisers, organize events! Looks great on college applications and resumes!
Sponsors - Dean Nelson & Chris Signorelli

Get involved with your class and help make decisions! Plan activities such as May Day, Homecoming, Prom, and graduation. Learn to work with a group, plan fundraisers, organize events! Looks great on college applications and resumes!
Sponsor - Lori Colangelo

Join a community where students and teachers work together to improve programming and troubleshooting skills as well as explore web design and other computer related subjects.
Sponsor - Janet Meyers

Sponsor - Nick Slapikas

Dreamscapes is Hopewell's creative writing club. Once a week, students come together to write and share stories, essays, poetry, and anything in between.
Sponsor - Rosetta Dufalla

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Further explore the French culture through activities
Sponsor - Melanie Buddemeyer

Sponsors - Maggie McClintock & Brittany Story

The GSA is a student-led organization intended to provide a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQ+youth and their allies.
Sponsor - Sarah Ambrose

Health Careers Club helps to bring together high school students who are interested in careers in the health field. The club explores opportunities and requirements in these fields. Health Careers Club also reaches out to the community to assist those who are less fortunate.
Sponsor - Lisa Cedro

Further explore the Italian culture through activities.
Sponsor - Kelsey Steele

Sponsors - Janice Dreshman & Maggie McClintock

Members of the book club will choose a book to read each month and discuss it as a group. We also have board meetings, snacks, and fun!
Sponsor - Bronwyn Korchnak

One of the largest in the nation, the PBA/YLD Mock Trial Competition gives more than 300 high school student teams from across the state the opportunity to act as lawyers and witnesses in simulated civil and criminal trials before actual judges and panels of juries. Lawyers volunteer to assist students as team advisors, scorekeepers and regional coordinators.
Sponsor - Bill Smith

We are an academic organization committed to service. Our organization's group activity is the annual food drive, but each student does an additional 30 hours of community or school service each year. An "A" average GPA is required for consideration for acceptance, and the student must be a sophomore, junior, or senior
Sponsor - Nick Mohrbacher

The Newspaper Club produces the school newspaper, Hopewell Hi-Lites. The newspaper club informs the students and community about news, people, and events that interest or impact Hopewell Area School District and its families. Members of newspaper club learn communication skills while also gaining technical knowledge about document design, software and photography. The newspaper club strives to be a voice for the community while members gain writing and interviewing skills and technical publishing knowledge.
Sponsor - Nick Mohrbacher

P.A. Club produces the morning announcements. The club informs the school about daily events, highlights the school's activities, and promotes school spirit. Members learn communications skills in addition to technical knowledge of camera, sound, and switch board operation. The P.A. Club serves the community while members gain public speaking skills and technical video production knowledge.
Sponsor - Sue Masley

Sponsor - Mark Witterman

The Hopewell High School Ski Club is a fun and active way to get outside during the winter. Open to skiers and snowboarders of all experience levels, the club takes day long, weekend trips during the winter months to some of the best resorts in the area. Luxury bus rides to the resort are provided, stops for breakfast and dinner are made, and students can sign up to take lessons and rent equipment. At the resort, members of the club are free to ski or snowboard the rails, ride through the terrain parks, or hang out in the lodge when they need a break. There are four trips scheduled every other weekend beginning the second weekend in January and ending the last weekend in February. Prices vary per trip, and members are encouraged to pack a lunch or snacks. See Mr. Witterman or Mr. Muslin for membership forms and any other information.
Sponsor - Robert Sforza

Sponsor - Dean Nelson

Help with performances and programs held at the high school by running the lights, rails, microphone, etc.
Sponsors - Ray Smith & Chris Signorelli

Sponsor - Larry Spinnenweber

Sponsor - Bronwyn Korchnak

This is a group of students whose goal is to provide positive influences in the areas of events and speakers to help educate students. This years focus will be on mental health and addiction.
Sponsor - Greg Toney

Be directly involved with the production of the Viking yearbook. Learn about photography, journalism and designing layouts. In addition, since it is a class while you are doing this, you'll receive a credit toward graduation.
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