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Students are encouraged to become involved in the opportunities for school and community service, leadership, and personal growth offered by school clubs and organizations.
Beta Club draws its membership from students who demonstrate high standards of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. A 3.0 GPA is required for this elite honor and service club. After applications are submitted, students are tapped on an honors day in the fall.
I.T.S. is available to students in the drama club, and offers students the opportunity to perform competitively in solo, duet, musical, monologue, and ensemble scenes, a small and large group musical, pantomime, and other technical performances.
This honors club for students who excel in math requires a 3.14 GPA in math and sponsors Mosley’s math teams, raising funds through the annual Calendar Girl Competition to support competitive activities. Upperclassmen are tapped at the honors ceremony.
This honors club is a national organization whose purpose is to inspire and recognize those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art. Students must have an overall GPA of 3.0, be of good character and have passed at least one high school art class with a 3.0 or better. Students who are Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors are eligible to join. The Mosley NAHS participates in community service projects and school events such as Homecoming, Valentine's for Veterans and Kindness Rocks.
NHS is an elite honor society for students with a cumulative 3.5 GPA. Members, who must be juniors or seniors, are invited in the fall to apply. Those accepted are inducted at the honors ceremony during the first semester. Students participate in school and community service projects, such as partnering with the Gulf Coast Advocacy Center.
This organization is a national student journalistic group comprised of members from the Making Waves and Poseidon staffs who publish works in school publications. New members are tapped in the fall at the honors ceremony.
Tri-M is the international honor society recognizing secondary music students for their musical ability, academic excellence, school involvement, and community service.
Anchor Club is a service club for students sponsored by the Panama City Chapter of the Pilot International. Its aims are to develop initiative, leadership and personal integrity while serving the school and community. Students must maintain a 2.5 GPA and complete service projects to remain in good standing. Applications for new members are accepted at the beginning of each new school year.
The goals of the Anime Club are to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese animation and Japanese culture. A typical meeting includes watching anime and discussing the characters, plot, and overall storyline of the anime. Students are encouraged to share anime they have enjoyed with others in the club in hopes of providing a new interest for fellow members.
The POSEIDON, the school yearbook, is published annually by the yearbook journalism class under the direction of the faculty sponsor. Pictures of all classes, teams, clubs, faculty, and student activities are included in the publication which is sold through reservation several times a year. The yearbook is distributed at the close of school.
The Sound of the Southland or MHS Marching Band provides musical entertainment and school spirit. This award-winning group is composed of musically talented students who both perform and compete in music festivals and parades throughout the year. The band is well-known for its outstanding drum-line and its steel drum band, which performs frequently at community events and celebrations. Membership is by try-out, and students study under the direction of the faculty band director.
The Bible Club meets on Tuesdays to worship and study the Holy Scripture.
This club meets to study strategy and skill involved in chess play in an attempt to take it to the next level.
These organizations are regular, daily classes which perform and compete at both district and state levels. Auditions are held in the spring.
Colorguard try-outs for students interested in precision flag twirling performance and First Mate try-outs for the dance-team are held each spring. These auxiliary units perform with the band, as well as compete at various levels.
This group is composed of computer enthusiasts who are interested in learning more about technology. Members meet regularly after school in the computer department lab.
This group supports the baseball team during the baseball season.
The Dolphin Television staff is responsible for the production and broadcast of our two daily announcement shows on the school instructional television channel, as well as the video bulletin board that gives information to the school about events and activities. Membership in the club is by application only, and students must have completed at least one Communication Technology class. Applications are available in the spring of each school year. In addition to our daily broadcasts the club also produces other shows for local broadcasts on cable-access networks. They also are members of Florida Scholastic Press Association.
The Dolphinettes purpose is to bring school spirit and entertainment to Mosley athletics. They do so by performing at pep rallies, football games and basketball games. In addition to school pride, the Dolphinettes compete at both the regional and national levels. Last year the team placed first in their division regionally. Team members work hard throughout the year, from traveling to summer camp to daily conditioning and technique drills. Auditions are held annually in the spring.
Drama Club is open to students interested in all phases of drama, including acting, scenery construction, lighting, and make-up. Students present several first-rate dramatic and musical performances each year and compete in district and state dramatic competition.
FCA is a Christian faith sponsored club. Our purpose is to uplift the name of Jesus Christ in the high school arena through the venue of athletics. Our enrollment is open to all students at Mosley.
Membership in FCS is open to all young men and women at Mosley High School who wish to confront students with the challenge and adventure of serving Jesus Christ.
This club consists of a group of students who want to build a more knowledgeable, inclusive, and supportive environment for all members of the Mosley community. Membership is open to all students-- LBGT, friends and allies--who seek to make Mosley a safe and positive place for everyone.
Interclub Council consists of the presidents of all clubs at Mosley. Its leadership coordinates the activities of clubs so that functions support the overall goal of school and community service.
The purpose of Interact is to provide an opportunity for young people to work together in a world of fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. Members of Interact will develop constructive leadership, personal integrity, practice thoughtfulness, and helpfulness towards others. Interact will build respect for rights of others, create an awareness of the importance of home and family, and emphasize acceptance of individual responsibility on the basis of personal success, community improvement, and group achievement. Finally, Interact will provide opportunities for increased knowledge and understanding of community, national, and world affairs.
This club is a service club sponsored by the GFWC Woman’s Club of Panama City. Juniorettes are organized nationwide to be the leaders of tomorrow.
Kiwanis Educating Youth is a national service club sponsored by the local Kiwanis club. Applications for membership are taken in the fall, and students are involved in many community service projects such as the Rescue Mission and the Margaret K. Lewis fall festival.
The purpose of Latin Club is to keep enthusiasm for the Latin language and culture alive as well as helping pay for Project Graduation. We have monthly socials and volunteer at various community events.
This group is an extension of Mu Alpha Theta. The different teams are: Calculus, PreCalculus, Statistics, Algebra II, and Geometry. The teams meet weekly in preparation for competitions.
For students who love the great outdoors, this club offers an opportunity to participate in cookouts, hunting and camping lessons, and nature trail design in a regular class setting.
The goal of Peer Buddy Club is to facilitate friendships between students of varying abilities. This year we will be doing monthly field trips focused on College and Career Transitioning. We will have weekly meetings as well. Some activities to look forward to are: Disability Mentoring Day, Buddy Walk for Down's Syndrome, Night to Shine, and Special Athlete Field Day.
Pep Club is open to all seniors who want to show school spirit through attending football games. Senior members are chosen to be “letter people” who wear shirts spelling out Dolphin spirit phrases at the games.
This club is designed for students who would like to one day become a Doctor, Nurse, Dentist, Veterinarian, Physician’s Assistant, Physical Therapist and any other profession in the Medical arena. This program will prepare you for your future Medical dreams! Mosley Pre-Med program is led by a physician and provides full dissections, internships, medical lectures and much, much more.
This club is mostly comprised of students currently taking or that have taken Spanish classes. We sponsor activities that promote goodwill for the local community, the global community and the environment.
Student Government Association leaders are elected by the student body to coordinate student interests and concerns. SGA is made up of class officers. Representatives are involved in community service, as well as school activities such as the football dances and the Holiday Ball.
Spanish Club is an exciting and involved group that is open to anyone who is interested in the Spanish language and culture. The members of Spanish Club participate in a variety of activities; including volunteering at Triathlons, Socials at Mexican Restaurants, participating in the Festival of Nations, having a booth at Mosley’s Homecoming Carnival and much more. We not only strive to broaden cultural awareness and serve our community, but we have a lot of fun too!
This club is devoted to making all new dolphins, especially those from the military community, feel welcome at our school.
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