Service Clubs

PAHS prides itself on the many service clubs that are offered.  Not only do students get involved in our Phoenixville community they also have the opportunity to reach out world-wide.

Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'" Martin Luther King, Jr.


American Red Cross Club
Megan Santry

Best Buddies

Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their peers. As a club we hold fundraisers, volunteer in our community, attend school events, and have a ton of fun. The friendships that are established through this club not only last for the school year, but are lifelong friendships that positively impact both buddies’ lives. Best Buddies will be meeting bi-weekly rotating between before and after school meetings. Please reach out to Miss Nolan for information and a club calendar.
Cradles to Crayons
Join the fight for underprivileged children by becoming a member of the Cradles to Crayons Club. The club operates in partnership with the charity organization Cradles to Crayons, which has been serving Philadelphia and the surrounding community for almost 20 years. We will meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month in the cafeteria. The club collects money and clothes for children 12 and under in need and donates it to the local Conshohocken facility. If you love to support your community, then this is the club for you! Contact Ms. Son for more information.

Environmental Club
The Environmental Club is a service-oriented club that has been in motion for the past ten years. We are committed to empowering Phoenixville students to make our school and community more sustainable. Potential club projects for this year include helping out at a community garden, starting composting at the high school, and cleaning up around campus, among other things. With your help, we can make a huge difference in our school and community! Contact Mr. Wilcox for more information.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity International Inc. is a Georgia nonprofit corporation that seeks to eliminate poverty housing from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Habitat invites people from all walks of life to work together in partnership to help build houses for families in need. The Phoenixville Area High School Chapter has been set up to assist Habitat by working with a local affiliate and with Habitat’s international headquarters to carry out the mission and principles of Habitat for Humanity. Please email Mr. Perry for more information.
Key Club
Key Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. Being the oldest club at the high school, the goals of the club are to build leadership, character, care, and inclusiveness. Members participate in a wide range of events such as  raking leaves for the elderly, food collections, collections for Mom’s House, Kiwanis events such as Kidsfest, Halloween Party, the Holiday Parade, and the Phoenixville Jaycees 5K. The Key Club has also been assisting at the annual “Taste of Phoenixville” event. 
Advisor: Mr. Hughes
Letter-by-Letter
This club is dedicated to letter writing and acts of service. Phoenixville students participate in pen-paling, writing letters to members in the community, and working with one of its partners: the African Education Program. The club does fundraisers for the program as well as letter writing! The advisor is Mr. Baver.


Mini-THON
The students at Phoenixville Area High School spend 12 hours on their feet through the night to benefit Four Diamonds at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital, Hershey, PA.  The PHX “Mini-THON” is based on the Penn State Dance Marathon---the largest student-run philanthropy in the nation where dancers spend 46 hours awake and on their feet to raise money for pediatric cancer patients.  The mission of Four Diamonds is to conquer childhood cancer by assisting children treated at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital and their families, through superior care, comprehensive support, and innovative research.  Phoenixville students organize, run, and fundraise for this event throughout the year. PHX Mini-THON is looking for committee members to serve and welcomes all to join us to dance the night F.T.K.—For The Kids. For more information, email Ms. Kurtz
Phantom Ambassadors
Phantom Ambassadors are a group of students in grades 9-12 who have attended trainings and offer themselves as a support to the students of Phoenixville Area High School.  The Phantom Ambassadors have also been paired up with National Honor Society members and will be meeting with small groups of the freshman class to help them better transition from the middle to the high school. The Phantom Ambassadors are an integral part of the transitioning from the middle to high school. See Ms. Davies in room E-10 or Mrs. Cordingley in room E-8 for more information. Phantom Ambassadors are a club that chooses to build on leadership and character values of others through setting a positive example.  The goal of this leadership club is to minimize bullying of any form, create a safe and caring learning environment for others, all the while showing respect for our building, keeping it clean, and having each student show pride in their “home.”

Advisor: Ms. Davies and Mrs. Cordingley
Platform for Service
PPS is a community service club dedicated to volunteering and improving the community of Phoenixville. With events such as visiting the Veterans’ Center to spend time and play games with the veterans, Movie Night to raise money for families in need, and providing kids with the opportunity to build gingerbread houses and meet Santa in December, Platform for Service is a great way to get involved, have fun, and earn service credits.

Advisor: Mr. McLaughlin
Varsity Club
The Varsity Club promotes school spirit and encourages good play and sportsmanship.  Any boy or girl who has earned a varsity letter in athletics is eligible for membership.  We meet once a week throughout the year to plan various activities.  Activities include American Red Cross blood drives, field days and Dr. Seuss days at the elementary schools, and other activities to raise school spirit. The club also provides seniors with awards and scholarships as symbols of sportsmanship, spirit, initiative, and self-sacrifice that must be embodied in those who earn a varsity letter.

Advisors: Mr. Acosta and Mrs. Foresta
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