ACADEMIC CLUBS
Academic Challenge Team
The Academic Quiz Team is a team of MHS students who compete against teams from other high schools to correctly answer academic questions on history, mathematics, sciences and literature. The team competes in the Greater Western Ohio Conference. Matches are held after school in the winter culminating in a league tournament in early March. The team is coached by Amy Epperson.

Ohio Mock Trial
The Ohio Mock Trial program is a statewide educational program designed to teach high school students about their constitutional rights and responsibilities. The Mock Trial competition is an academic tournament in which students must argue both sides of a case successfully in order to advance in the competition. For more information, contact Stephanie Johnson.
 
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is open to Juniors and Seniors who have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 and who are committed to service and leadership activities. Applications are required, and membership is subject to approval by faculty members. For additional information, please contact Amy Caudy or Lisa Porges.
 
Destination Imagination
Destination Imagination is a problem solving team, which competes locally and at the state and national level. Students solve a long-term problem with creative strategies, and the solution is presented to a judging panel at competition. Also, at competition students solve a spontaneous problem within 2-8 minutes. For more information, contact Haley Moore.
 
Principal's Advisory Committee
The Principal's Advisory Committee is a group of students selected to help and advise the Principal on ways to make MHS a better place academically, socially and safely for the student body.


SPECIAL INTEREST CLUBS
MHS Dance Team
The MHS Dance Team will work as a team to learn dance routines, compete in area competitions and perform at Miamisburg High School events. All levels of experience are welcome. For more information, please contact Joni Mays.

International Club
International Club representing French, German and Spanish cultures is organized to gain experiences in the cultures of the languages which they represent. Students enjoy French, German and Spanish dinners, customs and events. For more information, please contact Bethany Kramer.

Ski Club
During the winter season students in Ski Club travel to area ski slopes to enjoy this winter sport. Parental permission is required. For more information, please contact (TBD).

Spirit Club
The Miamisburg High School Spirit Club promotes Viking spirit, camaraderie and sportsmanship with pep assemblies, banners and attendance at school activities. Open to all students. For more information, please contact Lauren Komorowski.

Needle Art Club
Come try your hand at a variety of hobbies; crocheting, knitting, sewing and cross stitch. You can choose whate you would like to learn AND supplies will be provided. Come and get creative. Contact Marygrace Miller.
 
Book Club
Come join our bookworms! Each month we choose a book to read and enjoy discussing/reviewing the topic and author. Contact Kim Algren.


FINE ARTS CLUBS
1860 Belvo (Weekly TV News)
1860 Belvo is a 30-minute newscast about MHS produced by students in the Digital Design Tech Prep class. To be in Interactive Media students must have taken Introduction to TV. Contact Tim Fries.


Mirus Yearbook
Mirus Yearbook is taught with the objective of producing and marketing the yearbook. Students learn basic photography, layout and design, and advertising techniques. For more information, please contact Jennifer Houtz-Gillman.

Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band & Pep Band
Miamisburg High school offers a full range of instrumental music opportunities including Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band and Pep Band. Participants in the Marching Band participate in local, regional and national contests. Students also have the opportunity to compete in the Ohio Music Education Association Solo and Ensemble Contest. The Miamisburg Bands are led by Director Steve Aylward.

Show Choir, Madrigal Singers, Triple Trio & Men's Ensemble
Show Choir and Madrigal Singers and are vocal performance groups open to anyone with an interest in vocal music. These groups perform at concerts, community events and contests sanctioned by the Ohio Music Education Association. Admission is by audition only. These groups are led by Lee Ann Kinner.

Video Club
In Video Club, members tape, direct and perform programming for weekly broadcasts, as well as write, tape and edit a video yearbook. The video club plans a variety of social activities centering around movies and broadcasting. Club membership is open to every MHS student. For more information, please contact Tim Fries.

Color Guard
Color Guard is the fall flag corp that performs with the marching band. Performance at football games is their primary focus. Winter Guard performs routines as entertainment and competes locally and in state and national competitions. The Guard is selective and tryouts are in the spring. For more information, please contact Heather Graham.


LEADERSHIP CLUBS
Interact
Interact is a service organization connected to the Rotary Club. The program gives you an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful community service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends. For more information, please contact Keely Causevic.
 
LIFT
LIFT is a diverse group of students who share a common interest in the Christian faith. New and old believers are welcome on Fridays after school to discuss the bible, pray together and form new friendships. For more information, please contact Brent Clausing.

 
Octagon Club
The Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI) is an active youth service organization that was created in 1988 and is affiliated with Optimist International, its sponsor. There are more than 18,500 members in over 675 communities around the world. Octagon Club is "kids Serving kids". Since Octagon keeps leadership local, it is able to "empower young people to make positive decisions to serve fellow youths and their community".  For more information, please contact Sean Ridley.
 
BOLD
BOLD (Building Our Lives Drug Free) is committed to principles which support safety and concern for others while having the responsibility of operating a vehicle. This group is also designed to heighten awareness about substance abuse and develop stategies to discourage the use of drugs. For more information, please contact School Resource Officer Ryan Copsey.

VIKING PRIDE
Viking PRIDE is a student organization whose purpose is to heighten awareness about substance abuse and develop strategies to discourage the use of drugs. For more information, please contact School Resource Officer Ryan Copsey.


Student Government
Student Government members are elected by the students. Elections are held in May. Student government is responsible for planning and implementing activities involving the entire student body. Student government also represents all students at MHS, working with administration and faculty in various decision-making activities. For more information, please contact Jennifer Brockert.

Junior Statesmen of America
Junior Statesmen of America is a debate/discussion group that meets regularly to review how the government works. Weekend activities are involved. For more information, please contact John Goris.

Office, Library, Audio Visual and Guidance Workers
Office workers, Library workers, Audio Visual workers and Guidance workers are responsible for running errands, delivering equipment and distributing messages. Teacher Aides assist teachers with tasks outside the classroom such as filing, preparing materials and running errands.