Below is the link to the athletics website.
The Acceptance Alliance Club (also known as Gay, Straight, Alliance, GSA) is a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia. ALL students are welcome!
American Civil Liberties Union: Student led activist group focusing on historic and current social, political, and economic issues.
All things ANIME!!!
A group of activist artists working together to use their craft for social change.
Students select various books to read focusing on topics of interest to them. We meet to discuss the book and students express their thoughts, likes, dislikes and opinions regarding the book.
Debate combines competitive speaking with logic and reasoning skills. Students compete around the state and country.
Exploration of Black Scientists
Biology shows us that globally most of the world is not white. Yet our students learn about scientists that are often white, male and deceased. Exploration of Black Scientists will look at the non-white and female members of the scientific community. We will look at organizations that nurture talent and career paths in the sciences.
Forensics is a very competitive group that travels throughout the state participating in public speaking, interpretive groups and solo acting. Poetry genres are also included.
MHSA students and the community artworks are displayed throughout the year.
Students will develop their voices and other musical talents through this time honored tradition. Students will also perform at various venues within Milwaukee. Open to all students through auditions.
Mind Readers Club
Calling all minds who read! Do you read stories, newspaper articles, puns, fan fiction, plays, comic books, picture books, facts or jokes? Join the Mind Readers Club for a smorgasbord of conversation about all things words and pictures!
National Honor Society
Membership is bestowed upon students in their junior or senior year. Students must have demonstrated specific qualities including leadership, character, and scholarship. In addition, members need to show evidence of service to the school and community.
Students will publish a monthly tabloid highlighting newsworthy events at MHSA and beyond.
We will delve into Post-Apocalyptic film, novels, comics & games.
“Read Woke is a movement. It is a feeling. It is a style. It is a form of education. It is a call to action; it is our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge in order to better protect your rights. Knowledge is power and no one can take it away. It means learning about others so that you can treat people with the respect and dignity that they deserve no matter their religion, race, creed, or color.” The Read Woke Movement was started by Cicely Lewis, a high school librarian. Do you want to be woke? Join us for riveting conversations about Woke Books.
Spiders Poetry Slam Team
Spiders is the MHSA Poetry Slam team, where we perform spoken word poetry in school and at different locations throughout Milwaukee. We will also work on creating an online publication featuring student writing.
The Student Council
The vision of MHSA’s Student Council is to promote student involvement in the school’s environment through fundraising, student driven events and supporting the Art Departments.
The Sleeping Dragon Society
Hey Crimson Stars! Are you still waiting for that Hogwarts letter to come? Are you ready for the Sorting Hat to put you into your house? Do you know what you’re wand core should be? Do you know which Quidditch position you would play? Do you hate Delores Umbridge? If you answered any of these questions with yes, consider joining the Sleeping Dragons Society.
Tour De Force
This is the MHSA dance department touring company. It consists of advance dancers who are engaged in a city-wide performing tour from November through May. The company presents a multicultural dance program including Hispanic, African, Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Modern and Street Dance. The goal of the company is to educate as well as entertain. Through a lecture/demonstration format, the dancers teach audiences the history and background of the dance that they perform.
Capturing the memories of a school year in book form.