• Phoenix HS has many clubs and activities for students to join.  What follows is a list of our clubs; meeting day, time and advisor are subject to change, and it would be advisable for interested students to contact the advisor.  Some such clubs persist year-after-year, while others come and go as reflecting student interest.  There is also a mechanism through which new clubs can be created, and you may find it in the school handbook.
     
    Club Sports Programs

    Equestrian Team

    Ski Team

    School–Sponsored Clubs/Groups

    Academic Decathlon

    Advisor Representative

    Anime Club

    Art Club 

    Brain Bowl

    Chess Club

    Community 101

    FFA - Future Farmers of America

    Fiction Reading Club

    French Club

    Italian Club

    Key Club

    Leadership

    Machiavelli and Philosophy Club

    Magic Club

    Math Team

    Model United Nations

    My Future, My Choice

    National Honor Society

    PHTV – Phoenix High Television

    Pirate Scroll Newspaper

    Robotics

    Speech and Debate

    Sparrow Club

    Yearbook

    World Quest

    "Common Sense" Club (Politics)

    Gamers (computer games)

    Ultimate Frisbee

    Ukelele Club

    Crafters Club

    Bowling Club

    Harry Potter Club

    Code (computer coding) Club

    Breakfast Club

    A Cappella Club

    Fiddle Club

    Thespians and Drama Club (Performing Arts and Theater)

    Multi-Cultural Club

    DECA (An Association of Marketing Students)

    Strategic Board Games Club

    Student-Mediation Dispute Resolution Program

    Trio
     
    Student–Led Clubs/Groups

    Impact Club

    Brony Club                                                  

    Young Democrats

    Young Republicans

    Gay-Straight Alliance

  • Student-Mediation Dispute Resolution

    Student-Mediation
    Dispute Resolution Program

     

     

    Advisor:  John Cornet

    Contact: CoachCornet@Hotmail.Com or (541) 535-5232

    Phoenix HS is the ONLY high school in southern Oregon to have a peer-mediation program, and it is the oldest continuously active program between Seattle (Washington) and Sacramento (California).

    We are a group of students trained in conflict identification and dispute resolution skills who will mediate situations on campus with the goal of fostering a safe, supportive and harmonious atmosphere.  Skill trainings occur throughout the school year, usually during lunch, and students attend as their schedule permits.   Skill trainings are rooted in restorative practices, and the type of situation students are prepared to intervene with are not restricted solely to high school issues, but also post-graduation matters as well.  This program conveys career-ready skills which are worth inclusion on a professional resume.
    This is a type of leadership organization which will enhance your employment resume, scholarship potential and university applications. Students can earn academic credit from Southern Oregon University, and elective credit toward high school graduation.
    The program has never had fewer than 10% of the school population involved in formal mediation trainings.  In 2015-2016, 15% of the high school population has some form of conflict resolution training under the auspices of this program.
     

    Visit our Mediation Facebook page

    This is the Mediation Referral Form we utilize to get the process started.
    This is our Mediation Recruitment/Informational Flier

    This is a Staff Informational Flier we give to staff, with details of the program as relevant to them.

    The Mediation Script student-mediators use in our preparatory trainings.

    The Mediation Program Packet, with 97 pages of information pertaining to the program!

    “Conflict Resolution in Schools” by John Cornet (an unpublished manuscript)

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