Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC)
It is our objective to educate and train high school students in citizenship; promote community service; instill responsibility, character, and self discipline; and provide instruction in air and space fundamentals.
Sponsors: Terry L. Webster, USAF, Lt Col
Student Council is a student-based civic organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students.
Sponsor: Heather Colburn
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The drumline is a part of the fall marching band. It is designed to help promote school spirit and support the football team. The drumline season starts in late July and extends through the entire football season (depending on football playoff status). A drumline member is also a member of the marching band; therefore the drumline is also at every marching band event.
Director: Dan Niemeyer
Timberview High School choir is made up of serveral non-varsity, varsity, men and women’s choirs. Most choirs compete at the UIL level. Individuals may also participate in solo/ensemble contests as well as all-state competions.
Director: Josi Alexander
Student Athlete Leadership Council. Intent of council is to teach positive leadership and communication skills to our athletes, band members, drill team, cheerleaders and student trainers and thus, positively affect our teams, our campus and our community. We currently have 55 members.
Celebrities Drill Team is a spirit organization that performs at football games, pep rallies, basketball games, competitions, spring show case and community events. Auditions are required.
Director: Roland Latson
NERD/SCI-FI club is an expressive cohort who enjoy anime, manga, games, and all things Sci-Fi and nerdish.
You do not need to an artist to join ART CLUB! We are a group of students that appreciate art. We do weekly activities, field trips, and have over 70 hours of volunteer hours available each year. We have lots of fun doing Arts, crafts and community enrichment..
Facebook: Art Club Timberview
Maroon Platoon is a student run organization created to generate and promote school spirit among students at pep rallies, sporting events and other activities. We are the heartbeat of Timberview.
Sponsor: Dallas Williams
The Theatre Arts program provides to all students a diverse selection of performance oriented activities both on and behind the stage.
Sponsors: Melissa Danforth
Honoring excellence in the work of theatre since 1929. Students earn membership based on their achievements in the school’s theatre program (100 hours) and academic GPA.
Debate is a competitive UIL event in which students are able to enhance and display their skills in argumentation and refutation.
Guitar Rock Band is composed of a select group of students who rehearse (with instruments) and perform together as a band (including the sponsor), playing classic rock and current rock songs, utilizing compromise and collaboration, to promote Timberview and the love of music.
Sponsor: Mary Waldrop
Cheerleaders, selected through a tryout process, help to promote school spirit at pep rallies and athletic events. They primarily cheer for football, volleyball, and girls/boys basketball.
Varsity Coach: Faith Elmore
Assistant Coach: Alexandria Reid
Key Club strives to serve their school community and surrounding community programs. They are part of “an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.”
is an organization for students enrolled in the Yearbook 1, 2 or 3 class. Students are responsible for selling, designing, organizing and distributing the school yearbook.
Sponsor: Misty Ferris
Order your yearbook or senior ad at Jostensyearbook.com
The Outlook serves as an open forum for student expression, is updated continually and is available for viewing to anyone with an Internet connection and an Internet browser. All updates are made by the Timberview High School Journalism department. Letters to the editor are welcome and should be e-mailed to Misty Ferris.
Sponsor: Misty Ferris
Writers' Club meets weekly afterschool to support and encourage students as they attempt various forms of writing including poetry, short stories, novels, screen plays, song lyrics, and opinion pieces.
Academic Decathlon is a program “dedicated to recognizing and rewarding academic achievement and excellence in high school students, through local, state, and national competitions."
Dr. Stephanie Garrett
National Honor Society is a club for upperclassmen that have a 97% or higher GPA on the weighted scale. Qualifying students are invited twice a year (October and March) to join NHS starting in March of their sophomore year.
Sponsor: Erica Marburger
The UIL Academic Teams compete in academic contests against the best and brightest from schools throughout Texas. The events go beyond the normal curriculum by challenging students to achieve a higher level of knowledge and mastery.
· Coordinator: Corey McNair
· Math, Calculator Apps, Number Sense: Steven Clear
· Science: Kimberly Shaw
· Social Studies: Cheryl Kline
· Current Events: Corey McNair
· Literary Criticism, Spelling: Cindy Malone
· Ready Writing: Peter Downing
· Journalism: Misty Ferris
· Debate and Speech: Peter Downing
· Computer Applications:
· Computer Science: Susan Sevier (Ben Barber HS)
· Accounting: Debra Permenter (Ben Barber HS)
TED-Ed is a speaking platform for students run by the TED organization. This club encourages students to share their most interesting ideas in short, TED-style talks.
Together, we will grow debating, storytelling, and production skills that effectively communicate our ideas and passions. Even animators are welcome to attend!
We build relationships, share TEd-Ed talks through social media, and improve our public speaking skills by participating in community service events.
The Parent/Teen Book Club meets once a semester. Parents and students are encouraged to read the same text (this fall the text is Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie). We then meet together in the evening, “Book Club” style, to discuss the text and its impact across multiple generations. Our fall meeting for 2017 will be on November 8th at 7pm in the library.