Clubs & Afterschool Activities
The Student Life Program at Millennium consists of 25+ activities that support leadership development, creative expression, social responsibility, healthy lifestyles, civic engagement, and cultural awareness. All extracurricular activities are created based on student interest. If there is a club you would like to start that is not listed here, please contact Mr. Becker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or come to the main office (on the 13th floor) for a new club proposal form.
For questions about a club or afterschool activity, please email the faculty contact directly (see below for their email addresses) and also see the attached room schedule regarding which days/rooms clubs or homework help are meeting:
Art LoftFaculty Contact: Ms. Battagliola (email@example.com)No prior art experience needed. Art Loft is a non-academic, safe space to explore a student's creative side, thoughts, feelings, and individuality. Art work is not judged for technique or skill; rather, students are encouraged to become immersed in the creative process, express themselves visually, and potentially de-stress. Paint, clay, sculpture, drawing materials, crafts, collage, and more will be provided. Students may come as often as they want, weekly attendance is not mandatory.Best BuddiesFaculty Contact: Ms. Walton (firstname.lastname@example.org)BLSUFaculty Contact: Ms. Wan Reid (email@example.com)Chinese Culture ClubFaculty Contact: Ms. Chau (firstname.lastname@example.org)Our mission is to go into depth about Chinese culture and the fascinating intricacies of China that Mandarin class at Millennium does not discuss. We aim to instruct Millennium students who plan to take the AP Mandarin test.COSA (Coordinators of Student Activities)Faculty Contacts: Ms. Finkelstein (email@example.com) & Ms. Peterkin (firstname.lastname@example.org)Design ClubFaculty Contact: Ms. Wilson (email@example.com)Drama ClubFaculty Contact: Mr. Garfinkel (firstname.lastname@example.org)Fitness ClubFaculty Contact: Mr. Bova (email@example.com)Girl RisingFaculty Contact: Ms. Walton (firstname.lastname@example.org)Girl Rising is a global non-profit organization that works on improving girls’ education in areas that do not provide education for girls. Girl Rising aims to spread awareness of this issue by making films about girls who struggle to get an education.Green Team / Sustainability TeamFaculty Contact: Ms. Kong (email@example.com)The Green Team is a student-led group that aims to help Millennium "Go Green" by educating students and staff about sustainable habits. Our activities in the past have included: starting a worm condo and compost project and fundraising through a Spring Plant Sale and a Used-Book Drive. We also host an annual reusable school supply collection in June to be available the following school year. One of our most successful projects is our community farm, which we started with The Battery Conservancy in November 2010. We also work closely with the Student Senate to maintain our school's #ERASETHEWASTE program. We plan to continue these efforts this year and we welcome any other ideas you may have!Jewish Student UnionFaculty Contact: TBAKey ClubFaculty Contact: Ms. Kallus (firstname.lastname@example.org)Key Club International is the high school organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.LGBTQ+ Art SpaceFaculty Contact: Ms. Battagliola (email@example.com)Faculty Contact: Ms. Stasavage (firstname.lastname@example.org)The first seeds of FLUX Magazine were planted by a group of excited juniors with a passion for writing, drawing, and creating. Our vision was a magazine where we could create a platform for students to channel their creative forces, to celebrate their hard work, and to inspire others. Check out our latest issue of Flux!Math TeamFaculty Contacts: Ms. Dang (email@example.com) & Mr. Kline (firstname.lastname@example.org)Model UNFaculty Contact: Ms. Wilson (email@example.com)Represent various countries in the United Nations. Debate real world issues and try to resolve these issues amongst the different nations.NewspaperFaculty Contact: TBAOperation SmileFaculty Contact: Ms. Finkelstein (firstname.lastname@example.org)Photography ClubFaculty Contact: Ms. Difilippo (email@example.com)The purpose of Photography club is to give MHS students an outlet to explore their creative interests and skills in photography. The members of the club will agree upon themes such as architecture, fashion, portraits, etc., and take trips to different locations to take pictures.Red CrossFaculty Contact: Mr. Gee (firstname.lastname@example.org)School of RockFaculty Contacts: Mr. Garfinkel (email@example.com)School of Rock is an after-school music program that provides an opportunity for students to learn the music they'd like to play (guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, etc.) and then join bands with other MHS students.Spanish Heritage Culture ClubFaculty Contact: Ms. Upton Green (firstname.lastname@example.org)Speech & DebateFaculty Contact: TBAWellness ClubFaculty Contact: Ms. Finkelstein (email@example.com)YearbookFaculty Contacts: Ms. Tyldesley (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Ms. Wan-Reid (email@example.com)