CLEVELAND — Cleveland High School has many different clubs, all of which offer different opportunities. This past Friday, 19 clubs set up shop in the courtyard at the school’s annual club fair.
“I think we have something to offer to most of the students here at Cleveland, and i hope they are finding ways to get involved. It seemed that most of the club advisers were pleased with the student turnout and interest in the clubs,” Mrs. Pearce said.
Each year, the Student Council Association (SCA) coordinates the club fair. This year, there were a lot of interesting clubs, such as Cleveland’s Sound Production Club and the Yarn Barn, two of the school’s newest clubs. The fair also featured long-standing clubs and organizations such as Key Club, Zeal Club, and Future Farmers of America (FFA).
Many students waited in lines to sign up for clubs or to just see what the clubs were about. At Cleveland, most clubs meet during the school’s power lunch time.