Welcome to the Archbishop Spalding Club Directory.  Below you will find information on all ASHS Clubs as well as contact information.

List of 16 items.

  • Academic Bowl

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    The purpose of this club is to enhance students’ knowledge of academics in a competitive setting.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:

    Ms. Malcolm, malcolmc@spaldinghs.org
    Mr. McGrain, mcgraind@spaldinghs.org  
  • All Girls Chorus

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This activity is designed for girls with vocal ability. There is no audition to be a part of this group. We will learn music for virtual performances throughout the first semester. Rehearsals are every Wednesday at 1:00 pm.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    All female students who are enrolled at Archbishop Spalding High School.
     
    For information, please contact:          

    Mr. Shatt,
    shattb@spaldinghs.org 
  • Art Club

    Club/Activity Goals:
                
    This club is designed to introduce and/or enhance students’ interest and appreciation of the arts. This club will also build solid ties within the Spalding community through art.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For more information, please contact:    

    Ms. Howe,
    howem@spaldinghs.org
  • Beating the Odds Club

    Club Activity/Goals:

    To raise money and awareness for Congenital Heart Disease.

    Who can participate?

    Any Spalding Student


    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Zetwick, zetwickk@spaldinghs.org 
     
  • Best Buddies Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    Best Buddies is dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    All Spalding students
     
    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Knight, knighte@spaldinghs.org
  • Board Games Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    The purpose of this club is to get students together to play an array of board games.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:         

    Ms. Pedder,
    pedderl@spaldinghs.org
  • Book Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    To promote the discussion of books as well as to enhance students’ connection to others with similar literary interests.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding students
     
    For information, please contact:

    Mr. Medoff, medoffr@spaldinghs.org (fall)
    Ms. Pedder, pedderl@spaldinghs.org (spring)
  • Chess Club

    Club/Activity Goals:            

    This club gives students an opportunity to play chess, improve their skills and enjoy a relaxing social environment. 
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
                                                   
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Ms. Bickford
    , bickfordm@spaldinghs.org
  • Chromosome Y

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This activity is designed for boys with vocal ability. There is no audition to be a part of this group. We will learn music for virtual performances throughout the first semester. Rehearsals are every Wednesday at 2:00 pm.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    All male students who are enrolled at Archbishop Spalding High School.
     
    For more information, please contact:  
             
    Mr. Shatt, shattb@spaldinghs.org 
  • Comfort Cares

    The purpose of Comfort Cares is to be of service to children in the area by collecting necessary items to fill backpacks for those entering into foster care. 

    Who Can Participate?     
     
    Any Spalding Student 

    For information, please contact:

    Mr. Printz, printzn@spaldinghs.org
  • Creative Writing and Literary Magazine

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This purpose of this club is to showcase the literacy works of Spalding students through a bi-annual magazine and to encourage/develop young writers and editors as they explore potential college degrees and future careers in literature.  
     
    Who Can Participate?     

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Mrs. Stumpf (Creative Writing),
    stumpfm@spaldinghs.org
    Dr. Calis (Literary Magazine), calisa@spaldinghs.org
  • CyberPatriot Team

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    CyberPatriot is the Air Force Association's National Youth Cyber Education Program, created to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity. In addition to the CyberPatriot competition season, this club is designed for students interested in Computer Science to be able to collaborate and learn more together.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:

    Mr. Restly, restlyb@spaldinghs.org
     
  • Diversity Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This club is designed to celebrate and embrace diversity; the inclusion of all students. This club raises awareness about diversity in our community. 
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:                                 


  • Engineering Service Society (ESS)

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    The Engineering Service Society (ESS) is a group of budding engineers putting their talent and skills to work to serve our community. ESS partners with other philanthropic organizations such as Go, Baby, Go to modify toy cars for children with special needs to be used in therapeutic settings. Other notable projects that ESS engages in is the e-Nable project that 3D prints prosthetic hands for children who are in need. ESS is always looking for new members and projects to help serve others.
     
    Who Can Participate?       

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:    

    Ms. Smith,
    smithm@spaldinghs.org 
  • Environmental Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    The purpose of this club is to raise awareness about environmental issues and effect change on the Spalding campus and in the community of our Chesapeake Bay region.

    Who Can Participate?    
        
    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Mohs,
    mohsc@spaldinghs.org
  • Equestrian Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This club is designed to improve students’ riding and horsemanship skills while having students represent Spalding in the Inter School Horse Show series.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    All Spalding students who have been riding horses for at least two years and who are up to team standards for competition at each level of novice, intermediate and advanced.
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Coach Lyndi Caruso
    at Plum Creek Stables in Crownsville, MD: lyndicaruso@gmail.com

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  • FIRST Robotics Team - 4541 - The Cavineers

    FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) combines the excitement of sports with the rigors of science and technology. Under strict rules, limited time and resources, teams of students are challenged to build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. 


    For information, please contact:    

    Mrs. Brunner, brunnera@spaldinghs.org
  • French National Honors Society

    Club/Activities Goals:         

    Recognizes those students who achieve academic excellence in French. Members tutor students.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Junior and Senior students may apply for acceptance; students must be currently enrolled in a French class. In order to be eligible, students must have earned an “A” in their Foreign Language class for two consecutive years.
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Mr. Kistner,
    kistnerr@spaldinghs.org
  • Haiti Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This club focuses its efforts mainly on Saint Marc, Haiti. The club meets to increase the awareness of our programs and schools, an increasing number of children in these areas are enrolled in school and are receiving a quality education.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Mr. Medoff,
    medoffr@spaldinghs.org
  • Hiking Club

    Club/Activity Goals:            

    This club is a great way for students to socialize and meet other students through hiking. The club meets to engage in activities and accomplish community goals through hiking.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:                                 
  • Hunting/Fishing Club

    Club/Activity Goals:            

    This club is a great way for students to socialize and meet other students who enjoy hunting and fishing. The club meets to engage in activities and accomplish community outreach through common interests.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Dr. Kandrac, kandracj@spaldinghs.org
  • Improv Club

    For students to get together and perform Improv games 

    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:     

    Mr. Yates, yatesr@spaldinghs.org
  • Jazz Cavs

    Club/Activities Goals:          

    This activity is designed for students interested in playing Jazz music. This ensemble will perform at select concerts and participate in the Towson Jazz Festival.
     
    Who Can Participate?         

    Instrumentalists must play in the Monster Big Band and audition for a spot in this group. 
     
    For information, please contact:                                  

    Mr. Sturgis, 
    sturgisw@spaldinghs.org
  • Karaoke Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This activity is designed for all students with vocal ability. There is no audition to be a part of this group. Members will perform at monthly meetings for each other on GoogleMeet. Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at 8:00 pm.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    All students who are enrolled at Archbishop Spalding High School.
     
    For information, please contact:          

    Mr. Shatt, shattb@spaldinghs.org 
  • Key Club

    Club/Activities Goals:         

    This club is designed for students to serve the school community as part of a national organization. It promotes student-led service within and outside of the school.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding students
     
     
    For information, please contact :

    Ms. Mullin,
    mullinc@spaldinghs.org
  • Latin National Honor Society

    Club/Activities Goals:         

    Recognizes those students who achieve academic excellence in Latin. Members tutor students.
     
    Who Can Participate?      
      
    Junior and Senior students may apply for acceptance; students must be currently enrolled in a Latin class. In order to be eligible, students must have earned an “A” in their Foreign Language class for two consecutive years.
     
    For information, please contact:

    Ms. Storch (storchs@spaldinghs.org)
  • Liturgical Music Ministry

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    To lead the student body in meaningful praise through music at Mass.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Anyone who would like to join may do so as long as they are willing to attend the rehearsals before each liturgy
     
    Meeting Schedule:               

    Rehearsals prior to each liturgy.
     
    For information, please contact:    

    Mr. Heming, hemings@spaldinghs.org
  • Make Every Day Count

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This purpose of this club is to confront the risks and pressures that challenge students throughout their daily lives. This club fosters a sense of belonging and promotes resiliency, leadership, and advocacy skills so that young people make positive life decisions that will carry them throughout life. This club also promotes activities to raise awareness about the risks of drinking, using drugs, smoking, and other destructive decisionsMake Every Day Count club is Spalding's chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student can join at any point in the school year!
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Ms. Marcie Gibbons,
    gibbonsm@spaldinghs.org
  • Math League

    Club/Activities Goals:         

    This club is designed to challenge the math instincts and problem-solving ability in a competitive setting.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Spalding students with strong Math skills who would like to participate in competitions.
     
    For information, please contact:                      

    Mrs. Robertson,
    robertsonj@spaldinghs.org
  • Math Team

    Club/Activities Goals:         

    This club is designed to challenge the math instincts and problem-solving ability of Spalding’s top math students.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Spalding students with strong Math skills.
     
    For information, please contact:                      

    Dr. Jenny Jones,
    jonesj@spaldinghs.org
  • Mock Trial Team

    Club/Activities Goals:

    Students are introduced to the legal process by trying court cases in actual courtrooms with judges on the bench. The students compete against other high schools in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Six members of the team are the Prosecution/Plaintiff and six are the Defense. Each side has three attorneys and three witnesses. The state issued case is tried by the competition team, with supporting members forming strategies, juries and judging rehearsals.

    Who Can Participate?

    The ASHS Mock Trial team consists of 12 competing students. Additional students are invited to join the Mock Trial Club as supporting non-competing students. Tryouts are held in October. All levels may join.

    Meeting schedule:

    The competing season starts in January and can end in April at the statewide finals. Trials are held in Annapolis, dates determined by the courts.

    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Leah Pedder, pedderl@spaldinghs.org
  • Model United Nations

    Club/Activities Goals:         

    This club is designed to help students become familiar with the workings of the United Nations, by preparing for and participating in a Model UN conference. This club will promote awareness of international issues and tolerance of other cultures; to hone public-speaking kills.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student. This activity has a limited enrollment.
                                                                                     
    For information, please contact:                      

    Mrs. Connor, connorc@spaldinghs.org 

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  • Monster Big Band

    Club/Activities Goals:          

    This activity is designed for students interested in playing Big Band music. This ensemble will perform at select concerts.
     
    Who Can Participate?         

    Student who play an instrument appropriate for the band such as trumpet, trombone, saxophone, guitar, piano, and bass.
     
    For information, please contact:                                  

    Mr. Sturgis,
    sturgisw@spaldinghs.org
  • National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    Members of the NAHS are dedicated art students who wish to further develop their artistic pursuits and who want to belong to a greater artistic community.       
                                                               
    Students are required to show their commitment to the school's art program through service projects. Twenty hours of service are required and may be achieved by hanging art shows, painting murals, maintaining the art rooms, and contributing in artistic ways to the greater Spalding community. NAHS art work is featured in such Spalding events as Spalding Gala. Some service projects extend beyond Spalding and into the surrounding community.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Students are selected to be in NAHS based on excellent achievement in upper level art classes.
     
    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Tobin, tobinr@spaldinghs.org
  • National Honor Society

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This society is designed to foster character, service, leadership and scholarship in school and community. Each year students tutor individual students and participate in a number of school service projects.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Juniors and Seniors are selected from a pool of students that have earned the required unweighted grade point, acceptable conduct, and demonstrate character, service, and school involvement.
     
    For information, please contact:    

  • Newspaper

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This club gives students experience putting together a newspaper. Students are involved in writing, editing, and designing the school newspaper. Publish numerous editions throughout the school year.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:    

    Ms. Mullin, mullinc@spaldinghs.org
  • One Love Club

    Club/Activities Goals:

    Love is the most important thing in our lives, yet we are taught very little about it. One Love is on a mission to change that. We educate young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships, empowering them to identify and avoid abuse and learn how to love better.  Members of this club will serve as student ambassadors to the One Love Foundation and be advocates and facilitators of its mission.

    Who Can Participate?

    All Spalding students. 

    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Lamy, lamyc@spaldinghs.org
  • Philosophy

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This purpose of this club is to enhance dialogue among students as they share and become open to different perspectives of life.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:       

    Mr. Houdek, houdekb@spaldinghs.org
  • Red, Blue and Purple

    The club is a way to learn about politics and how to discuss topics while having a civilized conversation. This club represents both sides of the political spectrum and those in between. We want to promote civil discourse. 

    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:     

    Mrs. Mullin, mullinc@spaldinghs.org
  • Sailing

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    Students experience competitive sailing against local high school sailing teams in the Interscholastic Sailing Association (ISSA), participation fees apply.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:

    Travis Carlisle,
    Severn Sailing Association, sailing@severnsailing.org
    Mr. Yates, yatesr@spaldinghs.org
     
  • Science Club

    Club/Activities Goals:

    Cavs Science Club provides opportunities for students to explore the field of science.  This club allows students greater exposure to science.  Students participate in competitions, meetings, and guest speakers.  Weekly practice meetings allow students to learn interesting facts in a relaxed environment, and the competition allows students to showcase their skills and knowledge, if they choose to do so.

    Who Can Participate?

    All Spalding students

    For information, please contact:

    Mrs. Holiday, holidayd@spaldinghs.org
    Mr. Murdock, murdockj@spaldinghs.org
  • Ski Club

    The Ski Club is for Spalding students who are interested in getting together with other Spalding students and taking trips to some of the local ski slopes. 

    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:     

    Mrs. Robertson, robertsonj@spaldinghs.org
  • Spalding Production Team (SPAM)

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    The Spalding Production Team is a club designed to inform students about media. The goal is to record and broadcast varied Spalding events. The club also produces Spalding a.m. (SPAM), a morning news show for the Spalding community. The tech crew assists in the auditorium with sounds and lights. Students get hands-on exposure to many facets of telecommunications.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    During homeroom, interested students should see Mr. Shephard for information. New members work their way up the ladder beginning as reporters, tech crew understudies, etc.
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Mr. Shephard,
    shepharda@spaldinghs.org
  • Spanish National Honor Society

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This society is designed for the student who enjoys practicing Spanish, exploring culture, and displays a willingness to offer help in the language to students requesting assistance.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Junior and Senior students may apply for acceptance; students must be currently enrolled in a Spanish class. In order to be eligible, students must have earned an “A” in their Foreign Language class for two consecutive years.

    For information, please contact:                      

    Mrs. Esposito,
    espositom@spaldinghs.org
  • Spikeball Club

    The goal of Spikeball club is for students at Spalding to learn the growing game of Spikeball, meet new people, and have fun!

    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:     

    Ms. Donnelly, donnellyl@spaldinghs.org
  • Sports Management Club

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This club is designed for students who are interested in current issues in sports as well as providing support for athletic events at Spalding.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:                                 

    Mr. Rosette,
    rosetted@spaldinghs.org
  • Student Government Association (SGA)

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This association is designed to initiate and coordinate student activities and leadership in school. This association also serves the needs of the school community and is the vehicle of outreach to the wider community. This is accomplished through charitable projects.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student may attend SGA meetings. SGA positions are student elected positions in the spring of each year.
     
    For information, please contact:                      

    Mrs. Shockley,
    shockleyg@spaldinghs.org
  • Tri-M/Music National Honor Society

    Club/Activity Goals:           

    This is a society that recognizes and honors the outstanding musicians at Archbishop Spalding.
     
    Who Can Participate?        

    Students who are eligible for nomination must be Juniors/Seniors and a member of the Music Department for at least two years.  They also must have an unweighted GPA of 3.25 or better.  
     
    For information, please contact:          

    Mr. Shatt, shattb@spaldinghs.org 
  • Yearbook Club

    To supplemet the creation of the school's yearbook. 

    Who Can Participate?        

    Any Spalding student
     
    For information, please contact:     

    Ms. Donnelly, donnellyl@spaldinghs.org or Ms. Duffy, duffya@spaldinghs.org

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