High School Clubs/Activities

Timnath High School - Student-Led Organizations

Organization  Purpose Meeting Info Student Contact Employee Monitor 
Adventure's Guild The Adventure's Guild is a club for tabletop RPG game playing, such as DnD, Pathfinder, and Saga. Students will participate in collaborative storytelling campaigns at each meeting. 

Wednesdays after school


Henry Roth Lilly Halboth 
Animation Club The animation club is made for anyone interested in the subject of animation. Animation club is a time to appreciate and learn a bit about the process and skill. We will watch animated movies during meeting days. 

Wednesdays during HS lunch

Room F203

Elizabeth Elias Lilly Halboth 
Modern Rock The purpose of Modern Rock is to learn new music terminology and to gain experience with one or more instruments. 

Tuesdays & Wednesdays after school

Practice Room (A203)

Ian Johnson


(970) 698-1493

William Ecker


Timnath High School - School-Led Organizations

Book Club


This is a monthly club to discuss books.


Mondays 4:15 - 5 pm 

Media Center


Valerie Strawn



Dance To provide students with the opportunity to be on a dance team pending the ability to make it an official sport.

Monday- Thursdays 

4:30 - 6pm 

Katie Nelson



FBLA Future Business Leaders of America is a required component of our CTE Pathway that gives students hands-on experiences and competitions in business fields. 


High School Lunch

Rob Breshears



LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) Youth Council


Latinos have become important in every aspect of American society. Even more important are the upcoming generations that will one day cultivate into our nation’s prominent leaders. Each generation plays a pivotal role in addressing the social, economic, and political injustices to advance the civil rights of our communities. Youth have been at the forefront of many social movements throughout history. The LULAC Youth program is designed to develop young people into impactful community leaders through positive educational experiences, social events, and civic activities. Members will participate in educational and community leadership opportunities through mentor programs and community volunteer events.


Thursdays at 4:15 pm in the Summit


Cristobal Fierro



Knowledge Bowl Practice for and compete in Colorado Knowledge Bowl tournaments.

Even days during High School lunch in G101

(not Fridays)

Emily Pipkin 


Model UN


Model United Nations is a simulation of the United Nations where students play the role of delegates from different countries and attempt to solve real-world issues with the policies and perspectives of their assigned country. At our weekly meetings, we discuss topics from around the world and prepare for conferences, all in a fun and supportive environment. We will have 8-10th graders for the 22-23 school year.


Mondays and Fridays at 8:15 in C215


Gabrielle Schauer



National Art Society


For more than 40 years, the National Art Honor Society programs have provided national recognition and opportunities for students who exhibit outstanding scholarship in the visual arts, and for their teachers. In this time of uncertainty and potential isolation, connecting and acknowledging outstanding visual arts students is more imperative than ever. Participation in NAHS provides your students, faculty, school, and community with invaluable benefits—including peer recognition, leadership growth opportunities, college and career preparation, recognition of your art program, and so much more.


Tuesdays during ELO


Kari Mohar



National Honor Society


NHS is a national organization that is founded upon 4 pillars; scholarship, service, leadership, and character. We strive to help provide leadership opportunities while doing good for the school and expanded community.


Fridays at high school lunch in the Summit


Jodi Moorcroft



Spectrum Club The Spectrum Club is a place for LGBTQ+ students and allies to come together for shared community and advocacy. The club acts as a safe place for students to discuss their experiences, problem-solve difficulties, and celebrate the accomplishments of queer populations.

Tuesdays 11:50 - 12:25


Lilly Halboth 


Ali Clifton


Timnath Drama Club The purpose of the Timnath Drama Club is to bring high-quality productions to the community of Timnath and engage all students in aspects of technical theatre, and dramatic and comedic acting practices.

Monday thru Thursday 4:15 - 5:15 pm 

Theatre Wing

William Ecker 


Timnath Powerlifting Club


To give students interested in resistance training and strength sports a space to learn training methods, train with others interested in strength sports, and compete in powerlifting/weightlifting.


Monday - Friday 4:15 - 5:30 in the weight room 

Seth Glasser



Young Women in Leadership We help high school students develop their leadership style, connect with mentors in the community, and do service projects that support women, such as breast cancer or domestic violence.


7 - 8:30 am 

Futures Lab Wing

Heather Emerson



PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.