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Students See What RHS Has to Offer at Annual Club Fair

The Club Fair was held at RHS on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023.

RHS held its annual club fair on Wednesday, Sept. 13, in the main gym. Throngs of high school students perused the table displays of colorful posters and trifolds representing the approximately 40 clubs that RHS has to offer.

“I like how there’s a club for everything,” freshman Emilia Sharples said. She noted that freshmen were strongly encouraged to attend the event to help them connect with the school culture through the club offerings. “I found a lot of stuff that I’m interested in doing.”

This year, RHS welcomed three new clubs to the family: The Sports Management Club, the Dungeons & Dragons Club and the Hebrew Culture Club, which is operating on a provisional basis this year.


Sports Management Club

“Our club is for people who are athletes and like sports and also who want to go into business,” said sophomore Daniel Sharkey, who a student leader in the Sports Management club. Sharkey described the club as focusing on a mix of business and sports. The club was a popular spot at the fair, where students took turns shooting soft balls into the small basketball hoop that was incorporated into their presentation display. Sharkey noted that, in addition to holding meetings, the club plans to offer volunteer opportunities for members.

Dungeons & Dragons Club

After a successful trial run last year, the Dungeons & Dragons Club has returned for the current academic year. “We had so many kids participate that this year it’s an official club,” said Club Advisor Stephen Cullis, who teaches Option II at the high school. This club solely focuses on the captivatingly fun game, Dungeons & Dragons. “We had a bunch of kids over here that get together during lunch, and they had a number of dungeon masters, and they go through campaigns together throughout the whole year, so it’s a lot of fun.”

Hebrew Culture Club

The new Hebrew Culture Club, which has provisional status this year, was created as a safe space for the Jewish community to bond. “Our mission here is to welcome an exclusive environment to learn, share, engage in Jewish culture,” said senior Nathan Shluper, the club president. The club is planning engaging activities for members and is looking forward to having a successful and educational first year.


Joining the three new clubs are approximately 40 returning clubs. Whether they’ve been around for decades or it’s only their second year in, these clubs have returned better than ever and are ready for a great year.

Mock Trial

After enjoying a successful first year featuring fun and engaging field trips, Mock Trial has returned with new events in store. “This year we plan on entering the N.J. state bar competition, where it’s an actual series of mock trials that go up to a championship level, and we hope to win,” junior President Blake Torster said. The law-based club helps students immerse themselves in mock trials based on real legal cases and issues that lawyers face daily, which help set up the  aspiring lawyers for success in a future legal career. “If you are interested in law, it’s a really great opportunity to see how much interest you have,” Torster said.


The Future Business Leaders of America is one of oldest clubs at RHS. “FBLA offers a bunch of opportunities for students to explore the business field,” senior Jadyn Lorent said. “We bring in a bunch of people in the field to talk about what they do, how they went to school and all the processes they had to go through.”

Once again, the Club Fair succeeded in helping both new and returning students further immerse themselves in the thriving school culture at RHS.

A complete list of clubs at RHS follows. For more information, contact Dean of Students Lindsay Reilly.

  • AAPI
  • A Cappella
  • Black Student Union
  • Bridges
  • Bring Change 2 Mind
  • Chess
  • Computer Science Honor Society
  • Cooking Club
  • Dance Outreach
  • Drama Club
  • Dungeons & Dragons
  • English Honor Society
  • E-Sports
  • FBLA
  • FEA
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • FMLA
  • French Honor Society
  • Freshman Class
  • Green Club
  • Hebrew Culture Club
  • Investment Club
  • Junior Class
  • Key Club
  • Literary Magazine
  • Literature Club
  • Math National Honor Society
  • Mock Trial
  • National Honor Society
  • Rampage
  • Gender & Sexuality Alliance
  • Quiz Bowl
  • Science National Honor Society
  • Senior Class
  • Social Studies Honor Society
  • Sophomore Class
  • Spanish Honor Society
  • Special Olympics – Unified
  • Speech & Debate
  • Sports Management Club
  • Student Council
  • Student Speak
  • TAP
  • Team Harmony
  • Technology/RED Club
  • Video Club
  • Yearbook
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