Check out the many clubs, activities, and organizations at Erie High School.
We do Advanced manufacturing projects including Tech The Halls, advanced Robotics, Manufacturing day as well as tours of local Manufacturing facilities, and Manufacturing trade shows in places such as Chicago, Austin Texas and Boston!
Art club is a way for students to enhance their Artistic learning through extracurricular Art activities in the community and virtually. Art show, Art contests and displays of student work for the public are encouraged and facilitated through this club. Virtual Museum visits and in person visits are on the agenda.
Gay Straight Alliance
GSA provides a safe and welcoming space for all people in the LGBTQ+ group and their allies. We discuss issues that affect us, have fun and do projects. All are welcome!
Hamot Health Scholars
This club partners with UPMC HAMOT to to expose high school students from underrepresented and disadvantaged backgrounds and racial groups at Erie High School to health care fields and medicine who may not otherwise have the opportunity. HAMOT aspires to enable students to pursue their dreams and their own careers to address the health and social disparities in their own local community and those across the country. They would like to bring together seasoned physicians, residents, medical students, undergraduate students, high school students, educators, and other health care professionals to build mentoring groups allowing for everyone to learn from and inspire each other.
The Erie High School Newspaper Club gives students the opportunity to work with others to collect and share interesting and newsworthy information about our school community as well as explore the exciting skills of journalism, photography, drawing, editing, publication, and more.
The EHS United Nations Club participants learn and experience other cultures, languages and people, share their own culture, travel to other countries virtually, and discuss global , community and Erie High issues. ALL are welcome!
Students design and build battle robots to compete against other high schools in the Erie County.
Spirit Club (school spirit)
The Erie High Spirit Club helps promote positive culture throughout our building and in the community. We promote academic, athletic, and attendance success. We attend games and events supporting our students.
The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.
This is the class/club that students make the school yearbook
National Honors Society
National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide academic society. Selection and membership is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Activities include, Honor Court, Tutoring, Royal Ambassadors, Read Across America and many others.
National Technical Honor Society
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is a nationwide technical honor society recognizing students superior achievements in career and technical fields. It fosters self esteem, pride, leadership, service and character. Students in grades 11-12 with a 3.3 GPA in career /tech and a 3.0 in academics may be nominated.
Skills USA is a dynamic career-oriented leadership organization. Skills USA offers countless opportunities to showcase skills in competitive events while earning recognition that looks great on a resume. We enforce personal skills, workplace skills and technical skills. We travel, are active in the community and have fun experiences.
A group of students to voice concerns and ideas about how to better Erie High. This organization works with Collegiate Academy and the School Board to voice the concerns of the students in hopes to create a plan to combat the issues.