*Clubs and Activities for which an activity pass or extra-curricular fee is required for student participation
Triad High School has many extra-curricular opportunities for all students who have a wide variety of interests. Below are listed short descriptions for each club. 

If the name is underlined, click it to go to the club or activity's official website.

*Clubs and Activites for which an activity pass or extra-curricular fee is required for student participation.

Ag Club*

Ag Club provides an opportunity for students to explore current trends, education, and careers in agriculture. 

Sponsor: Mr. Kevin King


ALPHA members consist of students that display organized, goal-orientated, positive academic and behavior advancement. ALPHA members take the responsibility to help the school and community develop and implement methods and strategies that contribute to the prevention and intervention of destructive decisions throughout the school and community. Members of ALPHA also develop and implement lessons for the middle school health curriculum which are aligned with teacher instruction. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Kelly Thomason

Art Club*

Extra studio time for students to develop their artistic talent beyond the regular art curriculum. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Jennifer Keller

Book Club 

Students read and discuss books! This club meets once a month during lunch/homeroom hours. Come to the library for more information!

Sponsor: Mrs. Mills 

Broadcasting Club 

Students learn the skills necessary to broadcast various Triad sports competitions throughout the school year. These skills involve filming, speaking, technical assistance, and broadcasting games throughout the year. 

Sponsor: Mr. Cole 

Choral Department 

Triad High School Choral Program provides students the opportunity to experience, explore and develop the art of choral singing as it pertains to rehearsal and performance techniques. Please refer to the class syllabus for more information and to the choral website on https://sites.google.com/triadlive.org/triadchorus

Sponsor: Mrs. Remiger 

Chess Club 

Students meet after school to work on strategy and competitive play in the world of chess. 

Sponsor: Mr. James 

Christian Club 

Students engage in bible study, as well as Christian news discussions. 

Sponsor: Ms. Amen 

Color Guard 

Color Guard is an auxiliary unit of the Triad Knight’s Marching Band. Students interested in participating in Color Guard may audition in April. 

Sponsor: Mr. Devany/Mrs. Taylor 

Creative Writing

The Creative Writing Club is a creative outlet for students to express their writing skills, expose them to new writing genres, and provide community interrelation. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Kutz 


Envirothon is a winning competitive team that focuses on environmental topics and issues. They prepare with the help of engaging guest experts, captivating hands-on-activities, and scintillating field trips to compete in the Illinois Envirothon; do service projects; and have fun! 

Sponsor: Mrs. Hasemann 

Fall Play* 

Students join together to produce a drama, which is presented in mid November. Auditions are held near the beginning of the school year for both cast and crew. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Mallrich 

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) 

The title says it all! Food, Fellowship, & Fun! 

Sponsor: TBD 


Description coming...

Sponsor: Mrs. Kirkley 

Fitness PE 

Description coming... 

Sponsor: Mrs. Presson 

FTA (Future Teachers of America)

Students learn about the teaching field, fundraise, and tutor. 

Sponsor: Ms. Amen 

French Club* 

Students will learn about French culture through games, music, food, etc. as well as be provided opportunities to speak the French language. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Scheibel 

Link Crew 

Triad Link Crew is an organization that pairs upperclassman with incoming freshman for orientation and mentoring activities throughout the year. Its purpose is to provide a smooth transition from the Middle School to the High School. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Mills, Mr. Cole, Mr. Geisen, Mr. Ackerman 

Math Club* 

Math Club encourages students to become critical thinkers and problem solvers through preparation for mathematics competitions. 

Sponsor: Mr. James 

Model UN 

Model United Nations involves debate, public speaking, and research into current world events. Participation in the McKendree University Invitational Model UN and the Triad Middle School Invitational are required events. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Barbour/Mrs. Kutz 


The musical is produced in the spring and allows students the opportunity to use their musical and theatrical talents on the stage. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Remiger/Mrs. Grimmer

NHS (National Honor Society) 

NHS is a service organization that sponsors a number of events to support the school, community charities, and larger charity organizations. Students are invited to join their junior year based on a 3.5 GPA. Candidates are then evaluated, by faculty, on the basis of leadership, character, and service. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Kleeman 

Photography Club

Description coming... 

Sponsor: Ms. Amen 

Pinterest Club

Description coming... 

Sponsor: Ms. Amen 

Prom Committee

Description coming... 

Sponsor: Ms. Hasemann

Robotics Club

The Robotics Club will give students the chance to work not only with robots, but with each other to create a group work environment. 

Sponsor: Mr. Brendel 

Scholar Bowl* 

Like Jeopardy, students will be testing their knowledge in many categories, competing against other schools and having fun in the process. Anyone who likes trivia will enjoy Scholar Bowl. Categories range from school subjects to music, art and entertainment. 

Sponsor: Mr. Brandt 

Science Club

The purpose of science club is to provide an outlet for students to explore their natural world outside of the classroom through investigation, field trips, and community experiences with other students. 

Sponsors: Mrs. Knobloch/Mrs. Farace 

Spanish Club

Students will learn about Spanish culture through games, music, food, etc. as well as be provided opportunities to speak the Spanish language. 

Sponsor: Mr. Bay 

Spanish Honor Society 

Although Spanish Honor Society (Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica or SHH) is primarily academic, we exist primarily to make a difference to people and organizations in our community. Students are invited to join based upon GPA after the 3rd honors level of Spanish. 

Sponsor: Ms. Bieser 

Spirit Club* 

Spirit Club is a group of students who are dedicated to supporting our after-school activities and athletics. They are excited about being a Triad Knight and show their school spirit at these events! 

Sponsors: Mrs. Taylor/Mrs. Frank 

Student Council 

Student Council serves to improve student life and make a positive influence throughout the school. Student Council plans school events such as Homecoming, Christmas activities, Teacher Appreciation Week, school elections, Honors Night, etc. 

Sponsor: Ms. Barbour 

Student Service Club

The Student Service Club is designed to provide students the ability to serve the community. The club is designed to create hands-on activities for the student body to raise money for charities that may be local or national in nature. The club participants may also volunteer at various organizations such as animal shelters or food kitchens. 

Sponsor: Mr. Bay 

TLS Mentors 

The purpose of our group is to create social activities for students with disabilities and their non-disabled peers both inside of and outside of school. If students are interested in becoming special education teachers, related service providers, or pursue any field in the area of people with disabilities, this is a GREAT place to start!

Sponsor: Mrs. Heuberger 

Travel Club 

Students learn about travelling and various countries. 

Sponsor: Ms. Amen 

Video Producion 

Students learn about travelling and various countries. 

Sponsor: Mrs. Metze 


Students put together the high school yearbook; it is a half-credit class open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. 

Sponsor: Ms. Amen 

Zombie Run 

Triad High School's Total Body Fitness Class is hosting the 4th Annual “Zombie Run” on Tuesday, October 27th. This year’s theme is “Zombie Knights”! We will have a kids run (ages 7-12) at 5:00 which consists of a 1.0 mile run with OPTIONAL obstacles. Zombies will be present, but they will not be chasing kids. The Zombie Run (ages 9 and UP) will be at 5:30 p.m. This event will consist of a 1.5 mile course through our nature trail and school grounds. Participants will attempt to complete the course filled with obstacles without getting “eaten by a zombie” (both flags pulled). Total Body Fitness students and Triad faculty will be dressed as zombies chasing the participants. All proceeds benefit the Triad Total Body Fitness PE classes for equipment, field trips, healthy food labs, and more. Online registration only @www.triadzombierun.info

Sponsor: Mrs. Presson