• Student Clubs & Organizations
    2021-2022

Club Name Faculty Sponsor Club Description
ACT Peer Tutoring/30 Plus Club Nikki Logan Students will peer tutor their peers to help improve various areas on the ACT.
Anchor Club Kristin Busby and Chyna Black Organize, encourage, and support youth community service projects through OSD and in the LOU community
Beta Club Lauzon Lauzon An academic club designed to lead by serving others.
Beyond Our Walls Lauren Lauzon For OHS students to reach outside the walls of OHS and support others that are less fortunate than us.
Chargers Helping Chargers Kelsey Dodson and Nikki Logan Chargers becoming civic-minded and community-oriented by serving and connecting with OSD peers and families in need.
Chess Club Ryne Bankston Our mission is to grow the game of chess at Oxford High School and continue the necessary work to put together a highly competitive chess team to represent OHS throughout the state of Mississippi and the entire country.
DECA Stacy Murchison DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
Diamond Girls Lindsay Parker The Charger Diamond Girls assist the OHS baseball program in executing game-day operations and activities.
Envirothon Amy Rosen Compete in a competition focused on environmental science
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Logan Dodson, Kelsey Dodson, Bruce Taylor To present to athletes and coaches , and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
French Club Chelsea Winnick To further encourage inter-cultural growth and knowledge through the sharing of Francophone language and culture
GoGreen Sarah Robinson To reinstate the recycling program throughout the district and encourage students from a young age to take care of their planet
HOSA - Health Occupation Students of America. Kalilah Kemp
Jazz Band Tyler Kuntz A collective of students designed to promote a group mentality and to teach musical skills while being given the opportunity to show off said skills
Key Club Tuesday Arizaga A student-led volunteer group
Mississippi Department of Archives & History (MDAH) Sugi Wiltcher The MDAH Club strives to educate the students of OHS about the importance of history and how it affects our current culture through competing at the annual MDAH competition. We compete in different media-based events focused on common themes throughout history.
Mock Trial Nick Carr This is a competitive team that will participate in the Mississippi Bar Mock Trial competition in January.
Model EU Thomas Ardrey
National Chemistry Olympiad (NaChO) Amy Rosen
National Honor Society Amanda Osborne The purpose of this organization shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.
Ocean Bowl Nicole Roberson
OHS U.N.I.T.Y. Chris Bush
RISE Meg Hayden and Kakky Brown RISE stands for reach, inspire, support and empower. RISE Oxford High is a peer to peer wellness education initiative committed to the overall well-being of the OSD community. RISE creates a community of care by supporting and empowering the students to learn and engage their peers about a variety of wellness topics that are specific to the needs of high school students.
Robotics Club Misty Whitehead and Amanda Smiley
Science Olympiad Charlie Sabatier
SkillsUSA Brandon Hughes SkillsUSA wants to empower our members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible citizens. SkillsUSA improves the quality of our nation’s future skilled workforce through the development of Framework skills that include personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.
Souls4Souls Sugi Wiltcher
Student Ambassadors Mylene Cromwell We are a student group that welcomes new students/staff and supports their transition.
Student Council Diala Chaney The goal of Student Council is to promote a sense of community within the school, act as a voice for students with the administration, provide community service, and raise funds for charitable causes and school improvements.
Students for Alzheimer's Rose Nash and Nikki Logan To support local community members living with (or supporting a family member with) Alzheimer's disease
Technology Student Association Charlie Sabatier and Misty Whitehead The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs.
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