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Executive Officers

Senior Officers

Junior Officers

Sophomore Officers

Freshman Officers



Dues:   $5.00 per year

Have an interest in Jeopardy & feel like you are an academic all-star? A-Team may have a spot for you! This team meets every Thursday at lunch to prepare for academic competitions which feature the best from around the valley. They also host a  Jeopardy-like tournament at the end of the year where students throughout our halls have the opportunity to prove themselves against their friends.


Mr. Gamble

Like Anime– creating and discussing it?  Join us for an opportunity to share in this common interest!

Barbell Club

If you enjoy lifting weights, fitness, or just want to be better prepared for your sport this is the club for you. If you've been working out for years or never before, we will help educate you on safe and effective strategies to accomplish your goals in fitness and performance. 

Mrs. Eso

Are you feeling like a Champ? Champs is an ASB club where PHS students plan and provide social and transitional opportunities for our Life Skills students.  These activities may include field trips and social events as PHS students strive to create a caring, inclusive school community. Don’t miss it!


The Corral
Mrs. Harris

Dues:   $5.00 per year

We’ve got spirit—YES WE DO! If you’ve been known to get loud at games & want to promote school spirit then you’ll want to join the fun these Mustangs have! We meet every Monday at lunch!

Creative Whatever Club
Ms. Sonnichsen 

The Creative Whatever Club is here to enable students and other creative people to join together in order to work on and share out their creative endeavors, no matter what they are....We are a group of the creative, for the creative, by the creative, in support of the creative, no matter what that creative output is--writers, poets, artists, musicians, all are welcome...even the non-creative can come and be part of our group.  We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30.  Come when you can.

Dance Team 

Do you have some dancing skills you want to show off in performances at football and basketball games?  Join the Dance Team, our schedule will vary, please look at bulletin for info!

Ms. Gilbertson

Dues: $20.00

Through active membership, students embrace four key DECA Values: Innovation, Teamwork, Competency, and Integrity. These values are practiced and lived out in over 50 business-based competitions, scholarships, conferences, campaigns, initiatives, school-based enterprises and recognition opportunities for students. Meetings are Wednesday during lunch.

Mr. Estey

Dues:   $5.00 per year

Feeling theatrical? This fun group brings entertainment with two wonderful plays each year. Meeting times vary throughout the year.

Mrs. Groenendale

Dues:   $10.00 per year

If serving your family & community are high on your priority list, then come join Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. FCCLA embraces a wide spectrum- culinary, children, finance, fashion, interior design, and leadership in community service. We compete at regional, state and national conferences. Every member has the opportunity to lead a project! We meet every other Wednesday at lunch.

Mr. Hayter, Mrs. Ireland, Mrs. Maddox

Have an interest in agriculture? Future Farmers of America may be the perfect match for you! Being the largest club in our school, FFA members participate in a number of activities such as fairs, FFA week, and competitions of many kinds. Must be enrolled in Ag or Hort classes.


Dues:   $30.00 per year

HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association) is a part of the Health Science Education Pathway. Through this club, you will learn a variety of hands on skills that are needed in the medical profession (for example, first aid skills, CPR skills, and so much more). This club has various opportunities for conferences and competitions at both a state level and a national level. Contact Mrs. Lopez to learn more.

Mrs. Skeen

Do you have a desire to build connections and serve your school community?  Leadership might be the activity for you!  Leadership is a year long elective course during the school day that strives to promote positive school culture and community connections.  This class is currently open to 11th and 12th graders with an application process made available in the spring.  

Math Team
Mrs. Haughee

Dues:   $5.00 per year

If you’re a fan of Pi & find equations like E=MC^2 interesting beyond belief then come get involved in PHS Math Team. The “math-letes” compete annually at local, regional & state competitions.

The Mustang Way Club
Mr. Joshi 

Dues:   $5.00 per year

Come be part of a group that wants to promote a feeling of community at PHS!  We get to plan dances, an assembly and decorate the school with different themes!

National Honor Society

Dues:  $5.00 per year

Do you have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher?  NHS is a nationally recognized group for students who strive for academic success.  Invitation into this club takes place during the spring of your Sophomore class.  They meet the 1st Monday of every month.


Science Club

The mission of our club is to bring together students interested in science and its applications to the world around us. Activities include science movies, lab demos, field trips related to science, tutoring and fund raising to sponsor our many endeavors. Our motto is Fun, Food and Fellowship. Join us to expand your science mind.  open to all Prosser High School Students. It meets the second Monday of every month. 


Skills USA

Dues:   $18.00 per year

Interested in exploring various career training in engineering, architecture, nursing & construction.  Competitions of all kinds and a focus on vocational experiences. Must be enrolled in CADD or Woodshop classes.


Mr. Gamble

Want to make an incredible impact on your school & community? Mustang Thrive Coalition is a group of school-wide student sector representatives dedicated to adolescent drug & alcohol prevention education & support, local, state & national training opportunities and healthy community activities.  No membership dues!

VR Tech Club

Mr. Crook

Dues:   $5.00 per year

We are the Virtual Reality Tech Club!! Come check us out!  Read the bulletin for meeting information.

Mrs. McLemore
Annual Fee $205
Grooming Fee $80

Do you own a horse and love to ride or want to spend time around horses?  Then the Prosser High School WAHSET team is looking for you.  WAHSET provides a fun, team-oriented environment for high school equestrians to challenge themselves.  We have something for every level of rider - individual and team events.  Even if you don't ride, but love to spend time with horses, we have In-Hand events, and groom positions. Practice is once a week for 3 hours.

Mrs. Salyers-Smith

Dues:   $5.00 per year

Calling all historians! If you have a love for our nation’s history then join our club & learn about  historical events and compete in the National History Day event. Washington Organization of Student Historians meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday at 11:15am,

Mr. Estey

This group meets during 5th period and works extremely hard every day to create an amazing book of memories for the entire school! This is a class that offers 1 Elective credit.