Associated Student Body – The elected Student Leadership Council for Springfield High School.
Advisor - Audrea Shelley
The Springfield High School Choral program consists of five different performing groups. All students at SHS are able to participate. All five groups perform in three school concerts. Concert Chorale travels to Disneyland, choral competitions and festivals, while Kaleidoscope and Melodairs perform for community and various other events. Our two beginning choirs enjoy participating at one choral festival each year along with the three school concerts. Advisor- Stacy Swartout-McKee
Distributive Education Club of America - DECA is a club composed of retail selling students. The purpose is to develop future leaders for marketing and distribution. It is organized on local, state and national levels to provide incentives and recognition for retail selling students. It encourages group participation, leadership, development, and career study. DECA students work in the student store during the year. Advisor - Susan Stambaugh
Emerald Art Center Selection Committee
Exhibits rotate every 2 months, featuring work from throughout the school district. The gallery committee composed of Springfield High. School students solicit, matt and hang the shows. Students are encouraged to become involved by working with the committee or submitting artwork for jury. Advisors - TBA
The Equestrian Team is for students who want be challenged, build character and do the sport they love. We compete in 3 district meets a year and 1 state meet if qualified. The season starts in December and runs through May. The events that we participate consist of performance both english and western, gaming, and cattle events. The advisor is Shawna Walsh and can be contact at email@example.com.
In French Club students can participate in French Culture activities outside of French Class, like cooking French foods, and special events such as National French Week, French Movie Night (“Soirée Française”) or attend local French cultural events, art exhibits, etc. The club meets as needed for special events celebrating French language and culture. Click here** for French Club news. Advisor - Terry Benge
The German American Partnership Program (GAPP) provides students with a great opportunity to experience German culture first hand by either hosting a German student during the Spring or traveling to Germany during the Summer and staying with host families. Advisor - Clark Morberg
Millerz In Da' Mix - Hip Hop Dance Team
Millerz In Da' Mix is a great mix of students who just gotta dance! We have a lot of fun and rehearse two times a week. We perform in a variety of places including Springfield High School Pep Rally, and SHS assemblies, Springfield School District Middle Schools, Valley River Center, Gateway Mall, the Cinco De Mayo Celebration and much, much more! We have gone to performances at the Hult Center in Eugene and did a Ballroom Dance Workshop! So, if you love to dance and love Hip Hop music then check us out! Auditions are help in September each year.
Miller MOB is a club where everyone feels a part of the school and its spirited climate. Miller MOB members attend athletic events in the true blue MOB shirts and cheer on their team in a positive sportsmanlike fashion. The MOB has even been meeting for tailgaters in the parking lot before the football games. The climate of the school and the spirit level has changed dramatically since the founding of the MOB. "Students feel a part of the school and the athletes enjoy the large fan base." The MOB motto -- "Its about the team on the field (floor) not the one in the stands." Go MILLERS!!! Advisor - Jody Barnhart
Multicultrual Student Union (MSU)
"ONE RACE, THE HUMAN RACE."
The Multicultural Student Union goal is to reach and include all ethnicities in SHS in order to get to know more about them and celebrate with them their culture.
Advisor - Elena Espinoza
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is made up of seniors who hold a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 or above, complete 40 hours of community service, and take part in a club service project.
Advisor - Steve Ellickson
National Honor Society Induction 2007
Our Pep Band, under the direction of Chris Holt, is one of the best in the state!
Advisor - Chris Holt
The raucous Pep Band 2006-07
Photo/ Video Club
Photo/Video Club is for students who have a strong interest in photography and making digital movies, and wish to work independently on video projects and build their multimedia skills outside the classroom. Students can also submit entries to the annual Youth Visions Film Festival. Through this experience, students can connect with professional photographers and filmmakers, and learn about possible career options and college programs in Multimedia. Find out more about Youth Visions** here . Advisor- Terry Benge
Playgoers' Express is a Language Arts organization formed to arrange off-campus viewings of dramas. In the past, we have taken up to 40 students at a time to see Shakespeare plays in Ashland, Greek theatre at Reed College in Portland, and we are open to the idea of taking students to see plays at Lord Leebrick Theatre and the U of O Robinson Theatre in Eugene. Because of behavior problems associated with shmen students on buses in the past, however, we restrict participation to sophomores, juniors, and seniors on these trips. Playgoers' Express pays for the transportation to and from the events; sometimes we can even afford to pay a portion of the ticket price to see the show. This program often introduces students to "culture". Advisor - Mark Laakso
Students Opposed to Drugs and Alcohol. To promote a Drug Free lifestyle for students. Working together to be Drug Free! Club meets every Wednesday, at lunchtime, in Mrs. Cook's room 220.
Advisor - Terrisa Cook
The Springfield High School theatre program supports four performance groups producing annually 12 productions from mainstage musicals, to student-directed plays, to original student-created works. Advisor - Jill Plumb
The Travelers Club
The Travelers Club is made up of anyone who wants opportunities to travel and earn spending money for their trips. Advisor - Jill Plumb
Yearbook is a class and a school club that produces the Miller's Log, the SHS Annual Advisor - Chris Beath