Student Government Association

Advisors: Mrs. Amaro, Mr. Assip and Mr. Rosen

Is a group of students that are charged with managing a wide range of events, activities, programs, policies and initiatives around school. Some members are elected by the student body, and others may be appointed by the elected officials to help with specific tasks or areas of interest

Meetings: Weekly



Advisor: Mr. Goodridge

The Chess Club will be meeting Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in room 358 from 3:15 to 5:15 PM! Anybody that is interested is welcome to come! LEARN HOW TO PLAY CHESS

Click on the Link:  CHESS



Help us end elder loneliness

Advisor: Ms. Papadatos

Meetings: Tuesdays bi-weekly

Glamour Gals is a club that focuses on spreading joy to the elderly by providing manicure and makeup services at a rehabilitation center/ nursing home. This club focuses on bringing positivity and kindness to the community through communication and compassionate acts. Glamour Gals focus on making the HSCL community a welcoming place where everyone feels included and fabulously glamorous! 


What is a GSA club?

Advisors: Ms. Gonzalez & Mx. Bigelow

Meetings: Weekly

GSA stands Gender and Sexuality Alliance. GSAs are school clubs in which students can talk and learn about sexual orientation, gender identity, and some of the issues that surround them. Everyone is welcome—lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) students, as well as straight students, students with LGBTQQ families, and students who don’t have or need a label for their sexual orientations or gender identities. GSAs play a vital role in making schools safer for LGBTQQ students by providing supportive and accepting spaces as well as doing broader organizing work against homophobia and transphobia in school.


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Advisor: Ms. Zegel

Contact: Ayesha Ali, Deborah Theophile, Saraf khan and Rifah Snigdha

Meetings: Weekly

Our mission with this medically inspired club is to have a support system and a basis for learning for those students in our school community interested in the medical field in the future. We strive to help students in gaining skills that can help them and provide them with the confidence and experience necessary to pursue their future careers.

Advisor: TBA

Meetings: Weekly


The MSA (Muslim Student Association) is a club that explores and celebrates Muslim culture and creates awareness about issues impacting the Muslim community.  

Multicultural Student Union (MSU)

Advisor: Mrs. Arancheril

MSU is a club to celebrate and educate the community about the diverse cultures and ethnicities that exist in our school. We aim to promote tolerance and give back to the community by fundraising activities that allow students to explore their leadership abilities. 


National Honor Society

Advisor: Ms. Willis (*By invite only)

Meetings  Eboard – Every other Week

Members – Monthly

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States and outlying territories, which consists of many chapters in high schools. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character. Students who apply should have a 90 average.

Email Ms, Willis for an application.


Invest in GIRLS!

Advisor: Ms. Willis & Ms. Duran

Meetings: Every other week during lunch in room 357

Girl Talk sets girls up for success by providing extensive resources and ongoing support. Our program is designed to help all girls have the confidence and skills to be successful leaders.


Advisor: HSCL Male Staff

Setting the boys up for success by providing extensive resources and ongoing support. Our program is designed to help all boys            have the confidence and skills to be successful leaders.


Advisors: Ms. O’Donnel and Mr. Chouaib

Mad Scientists encourage students to be problem-solvers and critical thinkers using hands-on activities that are both fun and challenging! This club is open to students in grades 9-12 at all abilities and levels.  The goal is to increase critical thinking skills of each student through hands-on projects and challenges such as 3D printing, cosmetic chemistry, dissection, and through other fun stuff! Students work in teams to explore a problem present to them in the following areas mentioned above.

With these goals in mind Mad Scientists’ members will be able to:

  • Engage in health conversations regarding current threating viruses and other health issues, such as COVID-19.

  • Participate in in-club activities and contests such as STEM games.

  • Take advantage of volunteer opportunities (community service) through regular participation in this club.

Everyone is encouraged to attend and new members are always welcome! We hope to see you there!