Organizations and Clubs
Listing of All Clubs
Class of 2023
Class Advisors - Zach Brown, Trevor Walzl
Class Color - Black, Gold & White
Class of 2024
Class Advisors - Grady Breen
Class Color - Gold
Class of 2025
Class Advisors - Morgan Slade
Class Color - Black
Class of 2026
Class Advisor - Emily Wilcox
Class Color - White
National Honor Society
The Peer Facilitators at SCHS are mature, empathetic, and dependable Juniors and Seniors who have gone through an interview and a multi-day training process. They are available to help students:
- Adjust to School
- Deal with Peer Conflict
- Cope with Family issues
- Sort out relationship issues
- Handle stress and anger
- Figure out communication issues with family, friends and faculty
- Plan for their future
- Learn how to use career planning tools
- Have a positive high school experience
- Feel comfortable here at SCHS
Peer Facilitators also assist with the August Freshman Open House, New Student Groups, 8th Grade Transition Activities, and presentations in Freshman Seminar, as well as school wide community activities.
How do I see a Peer Facilitator?
Peer Facilitators are in the Counseling Center every mod of the day. You can come into the Counseling Center and request to meet with a Peer Facilitator. You will receive a pass on your appointment day.
How do I become a Peer Facilitator?
Applications are available in the Counseling Center in January, February and March. Interested students may apply in the Spring of their Sophomore or Junior year. Students must complete an application with a letter of recommendation. Students must have a 2.5 GPA or better. Students who have discipline referrals or have less than 94% attendance may be disqualified. Because SCHS Peer Facilitators are role models for SCHS, they are expected to be mature, dependable, empathetic, approachable, trustworthy, as well as have initiative, integrity and exemplify Cavalier Character.
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Schwarzenberg in the Counseling Center.
SGA is the organization responsible for overseeing all clubs and activities at South Carroll. SGA works to foster interest and participation in all school activities, to organize, promote and carry out student service projects, and to help maintain a safe, positive, and active student environment. We are in Charge of: Homecoming, Spirit Week, Pep Rally, Blood Drives, County Charity of SCHS, Giving a Voice to the Student Body. Let Your Voice Be Heard!
Advisors: Mr. Manko & Mr. Steadman