ACE Team Yvonne Lantz ACE stands for "Academic Competition for Excellence."   This is an academic competition, quiz bowl style, between the high schools of Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan  counties.  All matches are held at James Rumsey Institute.  The season begins in January and ends in April.  Membership on the Martinsburg team is by invitation only.  Recommendations generally come from teachers.  A test and try out competition determines who actually make the team.  

    Lt. Col. James Guinan                            

    Air Force Junior ROTC is a program that develops citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.  We are an elective that is tied to Career Technical Education (CTE/VOED) for completer credit under the WVDE.
    Art Club Jamie Purdy We are a creative organization that works with the community and organizations at school by completing various art-related projects.  Activities include completing murals at Berkeley Heights, a sign for MHS Baseball, and painting a backdrop for Rosemont Elementary reading night.  We also create decorations for Harlem Nights, and help decorate for prom.
    Band Catherine Fronck Students may perform with the marching band, concert band, and/or jazz band (audition required).
    Baseball (Varsity Boys) Josh Matheny  www.dogsbaseball.com
    Basketball (Varsity Boys)

    Bruce Fowler         

     Dave Rogers

    Basketball (J. Varsity) Richard Moore  
    Basketball (Freshman) Chris Burg  
    Board Game Club Yvonne Lantz This club is open to any student and meets every Thursday right after school.
    Buddies Club Justin Slonaker With this club, we are attempting to bridge the social gap between SPED and Gen Ed. students. We are looking to have social activities both in and out of the school environment where SPED and Gen Ed. students can form relationships that will be beneficial to all involved.
    Cross Country Kasey WhiselThe team runs from August through the end of October.  Practices are daily after school, and meets are on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
    Dance Team Alexis Maye Dance is a means of communication and self-expression different from the written or spoken word. Students will make conncections between dance, fitness, and healthful living. Team members will also develop skills in choreography, critical and creative thinking and communication.
    DECA Kimberlee Steckman Deca is a marketing leadership organization that prepares students for careers in the business world, focusing on marketing.  In DECA, students can participate in local service projects as well as professional conferences and competitions.
    Drill Team

    Lt. Col. James Guinan                             

    An ROTC group that competes in armed and unarmed regulation and exhibition events as well as marching/demonstrating in parades.
    Ecology Club Renee Haines Focus on the impact humans have on the environment and their interactions with other organims. Projects include: recycling, river bank clean ups, water quality analysis, and more!
    Fellowship Club Yvonne Lantz This club meets in Room 1048 on Wednesday mornings at 7:00 a.m. for fellowship, biblical devotions, and prayer.
    FFA Adam Cook  
    Football (Freshman Boys) Rob Saville  
    Football (J. Varsity Boys) Dave Walker  
    Football (Varsity Boys) Dave Walker  
    Good Times Show Choir Katie Smith Audition required
    Hi-Y   Jeremiah MillerHi-Y is a service oriented club that is part of the Ohio-West Virginia YMCA organization.  As part of the club, Model United Nations, Youth in Government, and Leadership Training at Fall Conference are offered for students to attend.
    Library Club Susan Lemmons The library club is a social club that meets weekly or bi-weekly.  Activities include working in the library, playing games, and having parties.
    MHS Unleashed Jessica Darke MHS Unleashed is a literary magazine/journal that was created by the Creative Writing II class.  It is a collection of art work, photography, stories, poems, graphic stories/comics, and other writings by students at MHS.
    Multicultural Club
     Celeste Brown
    Providing education and engagement for the different cultures at MHS in a safe environment where all are welcome.
    National Art Honor Society Elaine Comer National Art Honor Society provides recognition of the artistic talents and leadership roles for visual arts students through community and school service projects
    National Honor Society  Jacob Hackett The National Honor Society is an academic and community service organization open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Click Here for National Honor Society Website
    Orange and Black Record Rhonda Foreman     This is a school newspaper class that is open to 10-12th grade students who enjoy writing and learning about the journalism field.
    Orchestra Eva Price This is an advanced county-wide full orchestra (strings, brass, winds, percussion) that meets on Tuesday nights from 7:00pm to 8:30pm in the Martinsburg South Middle School band room.  The group performs two concerts: one in December and another in late May.  The High School Orchestra is a part of the Berkeley County Strings Program and is led under a team of three directors: Mr. David Funderburk, Mr. Walter Hojka, and Mr. Justin Newberger with a fourth teacher as program director, Mrs. Eva Price.  Students may join the orchestra as an extracurricular activity, but they also have the option of taking the class for credit.
    Renegade CrossFit 304 Club Derrick Gallagher This club focuses on teaching the principles of CrossFit, Nutrition, and achieving fitness and life goals.
    Science Club Jim Arndt  
    Science National Honor Society Jim Arndt  
    Ski Club Britt Sherman Ski club works to provide fans of skiing with information and discounts about local ski resorts.
    Spanish National Honor Society Debbie Hartz Students need to be enrolled in level three Spanish or higher.  The members are responsible for displaying the Day of the Dead Altar, participating in Foreign Language Week activities, and attending the induction ceremony and dinner.  Other activities vary according to the decisions of the members.
    Strike Out Cancer Yvonne Lantz This committee was first organized this year, 2012.  The committee works to plan and carry out activities for the MHS Strike Out Cancer fund raiser week.  Activities include organizing the annual Male Volleyball Tournament, collecting donations during homeroom and at lunch and any other activity the committee plans.
    Student Council Rhonda Foreman                                  Jodi KissnerStudents are elected by their peers to represent their grade level classes on issues concerning  the school.  The goal of Student Council is to promote student learning and an atmosphere of participation, responsibility, and ownership among students, parents, and staff members.
    Tennis (Varsity Boys) Judy Laidlow  
    Thespian Society Dave Ryan The International Thespian Society has been honoring excellence in the work of theatre students since 1929. Thespian troupes serve students in grades nine through twelve, and Junior Thespian troupes serve students in grades six through eight. There are at present active ITS troupes in more than 3,900 high schools and middle schools, mostly in the United States and Canada.  The Society recently inducted its two millionth Thespian.  Each troupe is led by a troupe director who is a professional member of the Educational Theatre Association. The troupe director is typically—but not always—the theatre teacher in the school. Students earn an invitation to Thespian Society membership on the basis of their achievements in the school’s theatre program.
    Track and Field Britt Sherman