Mr. Miguel Acosta
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta – National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society. Being one of the most respected among all honor societies in the United States nationwide, MAO explores the world of mathematics beyond that of an average student. MAO embraces the wonders of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, mathematical statistics, and any other branch of mathematics. Attending regional and state competitions, taking national exams for scholarships, and completing community service projects, MAO members fully commit themselves to do their best, improve their skill, and have fun with the backbone of the scientific and natural world.
Mr. Jorge Aguilar
Portuguese Honor Society
Ms. Wesly Alvarez

National Art Honor Society
Amy Lowell once said, “Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in.” This is exactly what the Reagan Art League aims to do, give students the opportunity to use art as a mechanism for self-expression. It seeks to gather all appreciators of the visual arts into one room to seek truth, reality and creativity through drawing and painting. It seeks to challenge developing artists to grow day by day. Developing artists will inspire one another and critique each other, encouraging each other to work as hard as possible.
Mr. Alvaro Bermudez
Ms. Elena Cabarcos
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Today, it is estimated that more than one million students participate in activities of the NHS. NHS chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, many U.S. Territories, and Canada.
Ms. Nelsy Cassanova
Interact Club
Ms. Marysu Correa
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Involvement in the FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life – planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication – necessary in the home and work place.
Ms. Marysu CorreaKey Club
Mr. Daniel Cuadra
Sports Medicine Honor Society
Ms. Cecilia Diaz
Class of 2021
Ms. Cecilia Diaz
Multi Cultural Club
Ms. Cecilia Diaz
Equal Access Monitor - GSA
Ms. Jasmine Fulton
Bison Buddies
Mr. Willie Gant
Computer Club
Ms. Melissa Garcia
Sponsor for Class of 2023
Mr. Juan HuguetRho Khappa
Mr. Ariel Lima
HIP (Health Information Project) is a club that, through interactive peer-led discussion sessions, multimedia presentations, an interactive website, social marketing and health promotion activities, provides an innovative approach to health education and healthcare access. High school students in the junior and senior classes are trained to conduct interactive discussion sessions with their freshmen class peers. These discussion sessions are based on a comprehensive health curriculum that includes topics such as mental health, relationships, reproductive health, and alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Mr. Ariel LimaPre-Cure w/FIU
Ms. Karla Lopez
Mr. Alexandro Madruga
Drama Club
Mr. Alexandro Madruga
National Thespian Honors Society
Mr. Alexandro Madruga
Ms. Marjorie Mayorga
English Honor Society
Ms. Christine Mazeppa
Ms. Ana Medina
Tatanka (Yearbook)
Ms. Ana Medina
Book Club
Our mission is to create an all-inclusive club. All are welcome to join, this means all students, teachers, administration, office staff, security, café workers and custodial staff during which the discussion of books takes precedence. As Bison Book Club members, we hope to promote a love of reading and Socratic dialogue. We will have snacks and scintillating conversations about characters, themes and happenings in books. All members are encouraged to share their insight on character and plot development as well as their favorite snack food/drink. Throughout the year we hope to host “OPEN MIC” sessions where members can share their favorite part of a book or poem or original writing. We will uphold the highest of standards with respect to listening and honoring the ideas of all members.
Ms. Monica Nartey
The purpose of Future Business Leaders of America is to provide opportunities for university students to develop business-related career competencies and promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility through leadership development. FBLA brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Ms. Yelena Oliva
Debate Honor Society
Ms. Maria Pardo
Sponsor for Class of 2022
Ms. Catherine Papadopolous
Bison Band
Ms. Catherine Papadopolous
Color Guard
Mr. Alexis Reyes
Sponsor for Class of 2020
Mr. Alexis Reyes
Student Government Association, the “school’s voice”, promotes school spirit and participation. Students who wish to have an active voice in their school may join student government and express their views and concerns. This club spear heads several projects such as Homecoming, Pep Rallies, Homeroom Representative meetings, Huff & Puff contest, Boo-Ville, and the annual United Way Drive. Student Government is composed of hard-working and dedicated members whom possess leadership skills, and show great interest in their school and community.
Mr. Alexis Reyes
School Wide Activities
Mr. Alexis Reyes
Inter Club Council
Ms. Alicia Romero
Ms. Alicia Romero
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Ms. Alicia Romero
Reagan Singers
Ms. Elizabeth Rondon
National Hispanic Honor Society
The mission of the Spanish National Honor Society is to empower youth through education and leadership development. The two major goals designed to prepare our youth as future leaders of a multi-cultural community are:
Understand that knowing more than one language allows people to function effectively in multilingual communities.
Examine cultural differences and similarities between the United States and other regions of the world where languages other than English are spoken in benefit of the students’ own cultural background.
Ms. Analia Sanchez
Chemistry Club
Ms. Iris Sanchez-Ruiz
Law Club
Ms. Begona Seijas
The Aperture Club intends to develop an understanding of the technical and aesthetic foundations in photography through the latest digital technology. Students will take their own traditional or digital photographs and then utilize various digital photographic techniques; imaging scanning, color digital printing, and Adobe Photoshop. Students should be able to expand on camera, lighting, and dark room techniques, thus improving the photographic quality of their work. Students should be able to express aesthetic and emotional content related to varied subject matter.
Mr. Raymond Silveira
RTV/Film Club
Ms. Marina Tangari
First Priority
Mr. Andres Torres
National Science Honor Society
Ms. Lucy Trabanco
Mr. Patrick Vega
Silver Knights Club
Mr. Patrick VegaFrench ClubFrench Club aims to promote the knowledge of French culture and language. Students who are members of the club believe that knowing a second language only opens more doors for one in life. Many of the clubs members strive to hold jobs in the future where their knowledge of the French language will be used.
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