This organization supports students interested
in bowling as an activity.
We have tournament sets to play on, so stop by and "CHECK" it out!
|Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|
DECA is an organization for Rockwood Summit seniors in the CCE program. DECA prepares students for careers in entrepreneurship, marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. Members have the opportunity to participate in service activities; attend conferences; run for leadership positions at the school, district, and state level; and showcase their marketing skills by competing at the district, state, and international level. Several scholarships are available for DECA members to apply for.
|Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|
Athletes meet every other Tuesday for food, fellowship, and fun. Our aim is for athletes to have a place to grow in their faith in Jesus.
|Gateway Book Club||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|
The Gateway Book Club is for readers! We
meet once a month to discuss books and to
celebrate reading. While members usually read
the same title prior to each meeting, the group
occasionally decides to read "books of choice,"
to present at
and a Barnes
once a year.
|Ice Hockey Club||636-891-6800||636-861-7717|| http://www.rockwoodsummithockey.com/|
We will meet every other week to discuss & practice strategies for smart investments & money management through investment simulations, games, & guest speakers from the financial industry. Members will have the opportunity to compete in local, state, & national economic/investment challenges such as the Stock Market Game.
|Lacrosse Club - Boys||636-891-6800||636-861-7717|
Minecraft Club meets weekly to play Minecraft. It is a great opportunity to work with others to improve gaming skills. Students of all ability levels are encouraged to attend. It is helpful for members to have a Minecraft membership.
|Quill and Scroll||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|
|Renaissance||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|| Renaissance Website|
We meet the second Tuesday of every month. This program is designed to promote and recognize academic achievement in our school. Recognition is the cornerstone of our successful Renaissance Program as we showcase academic achievements of Rockwood Summit High School students, recognize outstanding teachers, and promote the school within the Fenton community.
|Strategy Games Club||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|
|Students who Motivate, Involve, Learn & Energize (SMILE)||636-891-6800||636-891-8817|
A community service club that
volunteers at Ronald McDonald
House, conducts collections for
the US military care packages,
United Way and various other
community organizations. The
club’s community service
activities vary each year based
on student interest
Turning Resources and Energy in New
Directions is a student-led organization
which promotes a non-violent lifestyle
free of alcohol and other drugs through
educational programs and positive
alternatives to the typical party scene
which encourages drinking and other
drug use. Groups of students in middle
school, high school, and college, who
choose to celebrate sober, form local
prevention groups called TREND chapters. Working with their schools and
communities, TREND Chapters organize drug
free alternatives including social/recreational
activities and community service projects.
Through education and motivation, TREND
seeks to create a new social norm which
equates fun with partying sober and helping
other less fortunate than themselves.
Through the past couple of years the Summit
TREND chapter has participated in organizing
the Red Ribbon Week, Kick Butts Day, Great
National Smoke-out Day. “TRENDsetters”
have attended the National Youth Leadership
Training conventions, the Speak Hard Youth
Leadership event in Jefferson City, and the
Teen Institute. TREND members have led the
way, in cooperation with Rockwood’s DrugFree
Schools Coalition, to help their fellow
students celebrate responsibly by going out
into the community to enlist business support
to prohibit underage alcohol
consumption for Prom and
The TREND chapter has
provided Build-a-Bears to
cancer patients at Children’s