• School
    Student Organizations
     
    Club
    Sponsor(s) Purpose of Club
    Meetings
    Blue Knights
    SkillsUSA
    Monica Silva SkillsUSA is a nationwide organization that teams education and industry to provide a trained workforce for the future. The Blue Knights are focused on skills in criminal justice and participate in competitions that focus on skills and leadership. 1st & 3rd Wed of month
    @ 4:30pm in RM 610
    Cabinet Making
    SkillsUSA
    Hector Tijerina To promote an interest in the art of fine woodworking and careers associated in that field. 2nd Tues @ 4:10pm
    Room 907
    Computer Maintenance Technology SkillsUSA Arnold Juarez To promote an interest in the field of Information Technology and develop technical skills for the future. Compete in Skills USA. 2nd Tues @ 7:45am
    4th Thur @ 4:15pm
    Chess Diego Leal To promote interest in the game of chess and compete at the local and state level. Tues & Thurs 4:30pm
    Culinary Arts
    Skills USA
    Cher'rie Yoss To allow Culinary Arts students experience in the catering aspect of the restaurant business. We also attend food making competitions. Announced
    when necessary
    Decathlon/Humanities Mark Conway
    Paul Tyre
    This is an academic competition that focuses on a specific theme. This year's theme is India. Students are enrolled in a Humanities class.
    Ecology Club Ruth Salazar The purpose of Ecology Club is to gain an understanding of the environment and an individual's importance and obligation to protect the environment. Wed @ 4:05-4:30pm
    Room 701
    Engineering Club Alejandro Mendez Students apply Science and Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills in the design and building of robots, underwater vehicles, and rockets. Mon-Thurs @ 4:15p
    Room 908
    FBLA
    (Future Business
    Leaders of America)
    Marcos Almanza
    Suzanne Reagan
    FBLA is the largest career student buisness organization in the world.  FBLA helps bring business and education together in a postive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. 1st & 3rd Tues @ 7:45am
    Room 307
    FCA
    (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
      The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives… one heart at a time. The vision of FCA is to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.  
    FFA
    (Future Farmers of America)
    Jesse Guerra
    Kristen Rike
    To make a positive difference in the lives of students in grades 3-12 by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. 1st Mon of the Month
    6:00pm Library
    Graphic Arts Club/SkillsUSA Maria Arizpe-Sanchez To enrich and foster students' exposure to graphic arts and creativity through design and web tools, leadership and networking opportunities, real-world experiences, student portfolios and exhibitions, community service projects and lots of fun! Wednesdays during both lunchtimes.
    Room 601
    Hawk Eye Newspaper Biada Galvan Create and publish monthly issues of a school newspaper. During class time only
    Hawks' Nest Cafe & Catering Club Cher'rie Yoss    
    Hawks for Christ Biada Galvan Fellowship, volunteer, and encourage our peers through music and scripture. Wed @ Lunch
    Room 601
    Rotary Interact Major Pedro Gonzalez To serve the community through various means.  
    Junior Class Melissa Aguirre
    Veronica Galvan
    To promote leadership and service to the Juniors of Harlingen South. Held as needed
    in Room 2203
    LEO Club Sarah Ellis The acronym LEO stands for Leadership, Opportunity, and Experience, goals that we reach through service to community and others. 1st & 3rd Thurs @ 4:15pm
    Room 2204
    Media Club SkillsUSA Andres Torres Video coverage of campus events produces South Hawks News and South Video Competition Team Tues @ 4:10pm
    Room 905
    National Honor Society Melissa Aguirre
    Rogelio Valdez
    To promote an interest in scholarships, service, leadership and character. 1st & 3rd Wed @ 7:45am 
    Room FA-5
    National Technical
    Honor Society
    Heather Adair
    Jesus Mata
    The National Technical Honor Society is a nonprofit, honor organization for outstanding students enrolled in occupational, vocational, or technical programs. Click for Calendar
    Room CTE-2
    Orchestra Sarabeth Gheith To develop and refine skills on orchestra instruments, and develop leadership and musicianship, and to compete in various UIL and TMEA activities. Members must be enrolled in Orchestra. Sectional times are posted in hall.
    PTSA Dr. Sharon Cavazos An organization of parents, teachers and students who volunteer to make a positive difference in the lives of all children. Board mtgs: 2nd Mon @ 6pm, Conf Rm
    Student mtgs: 2nd Wed @ lunch
    Place varies
    Robotics Audulio Garza
    Alejandro Mendez
    FTC FIRST Robotics is a statewide competitive event and the South team will be competing through out the year.  Team will design, build and program a robot that will perform certain tasks in competition. Mon & Wed at 4:15
    RM 504
    Senior Class Andres Torres To promote leadership and service to the Seniors of Harlingen South. Meet as needed
    Room 905
    Sophomore Class

    Rogelio Valdez

    Melisa Aguirre

    To promote leadership and service to the Sophomores of Harlingen South. Meet as needed
    Room 809<
    South Smash Diego Leal Bring together who enjoy Super Smash Bro. (gaming) and expand social circle of students.  Mon & Fri
    4:15pm
    South Texicans Mandy Mitchell ESL student group with an emphasis in community service.  Mon @ 4:15
    RM 2208
    Southern STARS Marisol Rodriguez To promote an interest in drill team and competitive dance. Mon-Fri @ 4:15-5:45pm
    Room FA-4
    Spanish Club Dora Gonzalez To promote the Spanish culture, people and issues that relate to them. 1st & 3rd Wed @ 7:45am
    Room 2100
    Officers meet Thurs
    Speech/Drama/Debate Lee Anne Ince
    Crista Conley
    Julia Wise
    To promote an interest in competitive speech, drama, and/or debate, as well as UIL One-Act-Play. Tues.-Fri, 4:05-6:00PM
    Room FA-5
    Student Council Claudia Rogers
    Priscilla Paez
    A student-run organization that focuses on promoting school spirit, uniting the student body, providing a service to the school and the community. 1st & 3rd Fri @ 7:45am
    Room 805
    STEM Club Audulio Garza An after school enrichment program with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math. Our goal is to expose our members to experiences that will spark an interest in a career field in STEM. NOSB (National Ocean Science Bowl) is a competition that we take part in, with our STEM group. It is a competition centered around marine biology, held in Corpus Christi. Tues @ 4:15pm
    Room 501
    Student Trainers Veronica D. Perez
    Michael Arellano
    To promote an interest in Sports Medicine and in Athletic Training. 1st Wed @ 7:45am
    Gym Training Room
    Tennis Noe Stillman
    Kelly Holder
    To supplement needs of the tennis players. Daily After School
    Tennis Courts
    UIL Computer Applications Marcos Almanza To prepare students for UIL Computer Applications events. Tues-Thurs @ 4:15pm
    Room 307
    UIL Spelling & Vocabulary   Students will study spelling and vocabulary to prepare for UIL Competition.  
    UIL Science Team Dr. James Beale To improve science knowledge and skills in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Wed. & Fri @ 4:15pm
    Room 700
    Yearbook Biada Galvan Create and publish school yearbook. During class only.