Also see our Booster Club information.
|Dr, Sam Parrott
|The McCallum Fine Arts Academy Ambassadors are senior majors who have been selected to serve as both leaders and mentors to prospective and current students in addition to designing and facilitating Academy programs and events.
|Work together on short film to submit to film festivals
|Aquatic Science Club
|We will do aquarium maintenance and learn about the organisms we keep in class.
Learn and enjoy archery with a chance to compete as well!
Practices are in the Small Gym on:
Mondays 6:45-8:15 PM
Thursdays 5:30-7:00 PM
Fridays 4:45- 6 PM
|Art Society (National Art Society)
The Art Society (NAHS) is an art related community service organization. We are community advocates for the visual arts and work to create opportunities for artists, public schools, and art organizations. This is a national organization sponsored by the National Art Education Association. We are the NAHS McCallum HS chapter. Everyone is welcome to attend meetings and engage in service and social opportunities. Once you have completed your yearly community service, you will be formally inducted into the organization (Spring). To maintain active member status, you must complete required art-related community service hours each year until graduation. At graduation, members will receive the NAHS distinction and honor cord.
|Ballet Folkorico Dance Team
|Learn the traditional dances of Mexico! Learn about a culture that brings joy and happiness by way of music, colorful costumes and dance (costumes provided)
|Play & study chess openings, middle game ploys, and end games.
|To give students who an opportunity to learn and appreciate the language. Meets during lunch on Wednesday in Room 138-B.
|Learn how to climb/become a better climber/just have fun climbing with friends!
|Club de Francais
Come join us as we promote French culture and the French language with opportunities to converse in French & enjoy French movies, games, and music.
|Creation Club- Think Creatively!
|This club is art/creative focused where students can create anything without feeling boxed in. It encourages students to think creatively.
Come learn how to crochet or if you already know how, come work on your crochet project with us!
Meets Tuesdays during lunch in Room 141.
Explore the world of competitive debate!
|Drone Photography Club
|Fun with drones! Fun with photography!
|*meets with/teamed with Feathered Friends Birdwatching
|*Feathered Friends Birdwatching
Find a passion for observing birds in their habitats, improve bird habitats, bird conservation, and other bird-related activities
*mees with/teamed with Environmental Knights
|This is a thriving club addressing advocacy and awareness of issues
|To talk about movies, directors, and actors. Watch the assigned movie (similar to a book club) and then meet to discuss it. Meets monthly on Tuesdays during FIT.
|Make and try new foods. Meets during FIT on Fridays.
|French language and culture club.
|Game Development Club
|Ben Slamka, Jonathan Mills, & Andrea Rogers
Making games, learning & teaching coding, art and sound design for games for both computer and VR devices.
Meets Wednesday after school Tuesdays and Thursdays in 110-Lab and Room 118
|Geometry Help Club
|Get help learning geometry or help others!
Japanese Language National Honor Society. Meets during lunch on Wednesdays in Room 162.
|K-Pop Dance Club
|Learn K-Pop dances and find a fun way to exercise with your friends! Meets during FIT on Thursdays and after school on Fridays.
Key Club is a student-led high school organization that is service and character driven.
Meets Thursdays during lunch time in Room 106.
|Our purpose is to entertain others, gain leadership skills, engage in self-expression, and give back to the community.
|Explore Latin language and classical culture
|Build a community of people who enjoy Legos and learning about architecture. Meets during FIT on Thursdays.
|MAC Angling/Fishing Club
We meet and discuss topics relating to fishing. When circumstances permit, we can meet up and catch a few. Come join us during lunch on Fridays and FITs during the week to learn about the wonders of fishing. One other key topic that we focus on in the Mac Angling Club is the environment. Come join us during lunch every other Friday.
|MAC Music Volunteers
|Mac Music Volunteers is a club dedicated to spreading joy and happiness through music in retirement homes. The club’s mission is to create meaningful connections between volunteers and residents by organizing musical events that brighten the atmosphere of local retirement communities. MMV has lots of volunteer opportunities for Fine Arts students at McCallum if you are interested in volunteering email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|McCallum Christian Community
Gives Christian students a chance to share lunch and fellowship.
Meets every other Friday during lunch in Portable P-10.
|McCallum Fellowship of Christian Athletes
|Medical Health Sciences Club
This club is aimed at raising awareness and creating excitement for careers in the medical sciences.
Meets during FIT on the third Thursday of each month
|McCallum Jewelry & Entrepreneurship Club
|Learn to make jewelry to sell! Meets during FIT on Thursdays or during lunch
|Metal Head Club
For heavy metal enthusiasts. This club meets on Thursdays form 4:50-6:30 PM in Room 116.
|A space where one can feel relaxed and have a sense of reduced stress. We will use guided meditations, breathing exercises, coloring, and talking with fellow peers. Meets during lunch on Wednesdays in Room 121.
|Model UN discusses past and current global events. No experience is needed, just an interest in the world around us. Meets in Room 111 during FIT on Tuesdays.
|Music Appreciation Club
|To discuss different genres and styles of music as well as alternative music and fashions. Meets during FIT .
|National Honor Society
|Students have opportunities to develop the 4 characteristics of NHS: scholarship, leadership, character and service.
|Natalie Kleinecke Pantuso
|Allows painting students extra time to work on projects with guidance, and to provide all students with an environment to try or practice painting. Learn more about painting!
Explore ancient and modern philosophy through the ages.
Meets Thursdays during FIT time in Room 114.
|Pickle Ball Club
|Let's play pickle ball! Meets after school on Thursdays in Room 121.
|Become strongs and healthier through powerlifting, with the goal of eventually competing in competitions. Meets in the Weight Room on Wednesdays after school.
We meet on Thursdays from 10:35-11:00am. Get paired with a group of college students at UT Austin to be mentors for the school year. Meet weekly to check-in and do fun activities. Get information about college including academic, social, and emotional support to graduate.
|RPG Club (Role Playing Games)
|We play pen and paper table top role playing games that use dice.
|The Robotics Team competes in the VEX Robotics Competition. We meet twice a week after school to design, build, program, and test robots for the VEX competition. Also see Instagram for Engineering.
We meet to discuss and work on sewing projects.
Meets on Fridays during FIT.
|Science National Honor Society
To encourage students' knowledge of science through scientific exploration, students will engage with their community as they apply their own passion for science in their daily life. With this club, students will garner more interest in science.
Meets monthly on Monday in Room 140 during lunch. Contact Ms. Villarreal for more info.
|Learn about socialist economic theory. Meets after school on Friday.
Have fun practicing conversational Spanish, tutoring Spanish 1, playing Spanish board games, and enjoying Spanish cultural activities.
Meets Tuesdays during lunch.
|GSA/Gender ID club works to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens
|Smash Brothers Club
To play Smash and run Smash tournaments - meets during FIT on Fridays
McCallum Student Government Organization
|Tabletop Games Club
|Enjoy games that don’t require an electronic controller (Board games, Role Playing, Card Games)
|Students of Color Alliance
This club’s focus is to create a safe space for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) to discuss current events, social justice issues, and take on initiatives for advocacy in and around school.
Meets on Fridays during FIT in the Fine Arts Academy Office. Open to all students.
|Tabletop Games Club
Enjoy games that don’t require an electronic controller (Board games, Role Playing, Card Games)
Free tap dance classes for all levels are held on selected Tuesdays. Please contact Ms. Nat for more information including exact dates, times, and location of classes.
|Tea & Biscuits Club
Try a variety of teas, learn about herbs and flowers and their cultural significance. Plus, it's fun to have tea parties!
Meets in Portable P-1 on Tuesdays during FIT
|If you love to talk about traveling, love to explore, or want to take trips with us, this is the place!
|Meets after school twice a month.
|You Can Be A Leader Club
|Dr. Sam Parrott
To help students successfully take on leadership roles in our school and community through learning how to approach problem solving, communication and "lead from behind; in a fun and informal setting. We will have the opportunity to connect with students in different grades, and hear from guest speakers in various industries.
Meets during lunch on Wednesdays. Location TBD.
|Writing Center is a peer-tutoring writing lab. Become one of our Junior or Senior peer tutors who love to help their peers with writing – https://padlet.com/nikkinorthcutt/MACWC2022