Student Council meets once a month to plan and organize events that serve as community outreach. The club prides itself with providing a positive impact, not only on the school, but on the community it serves as well. They provide donation events, homecoming events and even put on a senior citizen’s prom throughout the year.
The concept is that an AICE, AVID, Medical Academy, ROTC, Drama enthusiast, Band musician, Athlete, you name it, would be mentored by a Senior who has already walked the path they are now trekking. A guide to help navigate their 1st year on our expansive campus.
Great Decisions presented by the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville is an afterschool meeting in which a college professor leads a discussion in current events and American Foreign Policy. The students have the opportunity to go to the World Affairs Council Lecture Series at UNF and participate in several student interactions with the guest speakers. These speakers are recognized both nationally and internationally in diplomacy and foreign policy. They can also participate in interesting projects such as the Academic World Quest Competition and the International Crises Management Exercise where students represent the positions on the National Security Council and make recommendations to the President of the United States on American foreign policy.
This service club affiliated with the Rotary Club of Mandarin is open to any students who want to enrich their high school years through making an immediate humanitarian impact on our community. We organize and/or staff with volunteers nearly twenty service projects (mostly on Saturdays). What unites all our members is their belief that joyfully serving others is humbling, ennobling, and deeply fulfilling.
Leadership is a select group of outgoing student leaders in the school that work to improve the campus life throughout the year. Such things include Homecoming themes, events around campus, and random activities to boost morale.
Empowering young ladies in practicing the mindset of developing mastery over mind. This club is to help them reach with confidence their full potential emotionally, academically-intellectually and socially. They know to “Never see failure as an option! To be informed is to be knowledgeable.”
The Mandarin High School Programming Club is designed to introduce students to the basics of programming. We will focus on programming in Python. Diagnosis of hardware problems will be a side aspect of our club, along with computer repair. All MHS students are welcome regardless of computer programming background.
Faculty Advisor: Giancarlo Fruzzetti
SATURN is the Mandarin High School robotics team. SATURN consists of students in their freshman year all the way up to their senior year. This is only the third year Mandarin High has had a robotics team that competes with FTC.
Team Saturn meets after school on Monday and Thursday in room I202. Mrs. Brand is the team sponsor and can be contacted by email: email@example.com. The club also participates in community activities, and summer camps. During competition season, most events take place on Saturdays
This club is based on the motto of “Sisterhood Through Service”; participating in multiple projects such as Relay for Life, the “Sr. Sisters” Freshman Mentoring Program, and many more! As well as our outreach to the community we are building connections between ALL Sr. Women, supporting and celebrating them throughout their Sr. Year; cheering at sporting events, going to drama performances, or birthday shout outs on Twitter! 🙂 We want ALL Ladies of the Class of 2018 to be members of this great organization and leave an amazing legacy for all future LadyMustangs!
This service club affiliated with UNICEF USA is open to any students who are vitally interested in the humanitarian issues directly affecting children worldwide. We work with UNICEF to raise funds for relief efforts. We also consider it our mission to elevate the awareness of our student body to such global issues as poverty, trafficking, and a lack of access to education for both girls and boys. What unites all our members is a love and concern for children transcending borders, nationality, and ethnicity.