Clubs and Organizations @ the U

Google DocUHSA Organization List

Student Congress (StuCo)


Student Congress at UHSA prides itself for being a multi-tasked organization. In addition to promoting school pride and unity, Student Congress, or commonly known as StuCo, is active on the local, county and state levels through student leadership organizations such as the Oakland Activities Association (OAA) and the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP) Michigan Association of Student Councils (MASC). Members of StuCo meet weekly to plan, propose and implement social, community and fundraising activities. We recruit members in the Fall of every school year, so if you’re interested in becoming a leader at the U, then StuCo may be for you.

Class of Board

2020: Salina Abraham

2021: Natasha McKenzie

2022: Jonita Jones

The University High School Academy Class Board is a collection of groups organized by class, which are dedicated to celebrating the spirit of its members. Each class is represented by a separate class board which works to design activities and events to promote class spirit and school unity, to establish a closer cooperative, problem-solving relationship between students and staff, and to organize fundraisers for each graduating class. If you’re interested in taking part in the decision making process for your class, then Class Board may be the right fit for you.

National Honor Society

Deborah Slevin & Kyle Melton
NHS Website

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organizations established to recognize outstanding high school and middle level 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 (and Citizenship for NJHS).

World Languages Club

Melisa Shellenbarger-Kolling 

Erika Nelson

The World Languages Club seeks to expand the cultural knowledge and understanding of other countries and their people through a variety of activities. These activities include, but are not limited to, holiday celebrations, food preparation and sampling, dance lessons, singing, arts and crafts, movies, fund raising, etc. The club meets after school once a month, and is open to students currently enrolled in Spanish or Mandarin.


Google DocUHSA Organization List