Pflugerville High School








African Student Association 

Ima Richburg  

Every other Tuesday

Lecture Hall/TBA


ASA hopes to provide a greater cultural perspective to the community.

American Sign Language


2nd and 4th Tuesdays 8:30



Anyone interested in learning simple sign language

Asian Cultures and Entertainment (ACE)


Mondays at 4:15



ACE is for anyone interested in Eastern Asian languages, music, movies, and culture.

Book Club

Laura Owen, Erin Hugghins

Wednesdays, after school



For students who enjoy reading and discussing books

Business Professionals of America

Thomas Arellano & Q. Taylor

Wednesday's 8:00 am



CTSO. Enrich student experiences through collaborative exchanges, guest speakers and competition.


Stephanie Boyd (Terlinde) and Jessica Perry

8th period

Dance Room


Lead school spirit

FCA- Fellowship of Christian Athletes/Anyones

Anne Dyess & Stephanie Richardson

Tuesdays 4:25

F 111


We enjoy hanging out, encouraging one another and getting out into our community. We exist to support students, hear a message from the Bible and pray for one another.


Amber Beasley, Jackie Pasquarella, Jackie Lopez



To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes/Anyones

Richarson and Dyess

Tuesday after school



Gathering of Christians for devotion, encouragement, and service.

Fruit Club

Cortney Johnson

Second Wednesday of evey month



To promote healthy eating habits.

Gaming Club

David Polansky

Thursday after school

E112 or Library


The purpose of the Gaming Club is to allow students to get together and enjoy gaming in all its forms (board, role-play, and video).  Stop by and have some fun!

Gay Straight Alliance

Ana Bowie, Elizabeth Slade, David Polansky

1st and 3rd Wednesdays after school

E112 or Library


The purpose of the GSA is to provide a place where all students can come to be themselves and feel safe.  We also promote LGBTQ+ awareness and tolerance on campus among both students and staff.

Generation Respect

Sarah Cable & Ana Bowie

3rd Tuesday of each month

Cable's office


Our purpose is to create positive change here at school.

German Club



F 208


To promote friendship and increase international understanding among students from diverse backgrounds through food, games, movies and service to the community.


Bonnie Villarreal and Dori Smith

Every other Thursday

Lecture Hall

A nationally recognized organization that promotes leadership in healthcare careers through volunteering and competition. The association showcases guest speakers, organizes school wide blood drives and gives the opportunity for scholarships.

Interact Club

Tanesha Bazemore

Every other Monday


Volunteer Organization

International Thespian Society

Cheryl Painter

Every other Thursday

In the Black Box, G8


Theatre Honor Society, Support for Theatre

Key Club

Laura Owen, Toby Duncan

Thursday, after school



Volunteer and community service

Math Club (Mu Alpha Theta)

Dixie Ross

second Tuesday of the month, before and after school



We are an honor society that recognizes high achievement in mathematics, a service organization that provide math tutoring and an interest organization that has guest speaker and goes on field trips (Saturdays).

Model United Nations

Lisa Wernli

Thursdays, 4:30 - 5:30


The Model United Nations is a series of programs run throughout the country and the world with the goals of furthering understanding about the United Nations, educating participants about world issues and promoting peace and the work of the United Nations through cooperation and diplomacy.

The purpose of the Model UN is to provide an interactive educational experience that teaches in an interesting and enjoyable way about the United Nations. The process affords participants an understanding of how the process of international debate and negotiation that we commonly call diplomacy functions. The simulation of the diplomatic processes are especially important in this post-Cold War period when the world is quickly becoming more interdependent. In this interdependent world, Model UN makes for informed global citizens who not only understand the decisions their nation makes but also how those changes effect politics nationally, regionally, and globally.

A Model UN club would put Pflugerville High School in a class of its own. With the extensive knowledge and leadership experiences gathered through participating in this club, you will emerge confident, erudite, and most importantly, as a global citizen.


Mary Pennington and Jessica Gladman

After school on the 1st Wednesday of the month

Lecture Hall or Cafeteria


Leadership, service, scholarship, and character building

P.C.I. - Panther's College Initiative

Mary Munoz

Tuesdays after school



To provide opportunities for students to gain access to a wide range of information for college such as applications, testing, college visits, etc. The main goal of this club is to organize a multitude of different group trips to visit college campuses, fostering a mindset that is oriented towards higher educaiton within the student body while also creating a community that cultivates positive discourse. 

Peer Assistance Leadership (PAL)

Jill Burns

During 6B class period. (You must be enrolled in the class to participate and earn elective credit.)



This state-wide organization is a peer helping program based on the idea that students are more likely to open up and share their ideas and feelings with peers their own age. PAL consists of juniors and seniors who have been selected based on a teacher recommendation and an application and interview process. PALs are trained in skills such as leadership, mentoring, listening, communication, flexibility, and group dynamics. The PALs mentor students in local PfISD elementary schools and middle schools. They also mentor students at Pflugerville High School. Additionally, the PALs serve as role models within the Pflugerville community, promote school spirit, and wholesome fun.

Pflugerville FFA

Annie Arnold/James Marcuse

2nd Wednesday of every month

Lecture Hall

A student-led organization based on leadership, premier growth and agriculture.

Science Olympiad

Jeremy Smith

Tuesday @ 4:15 pm



To compete in science and math against other schools

Skills USA

Randy McFaddin

Thursdays at 8-8:30am

Auto building


Leadership/Career Prep

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica (National Spanish Honor Societ)

Anne Dyess

2nd Wednesdays 8:25 & 4:20(only need to attend 1 of these)

F 111

We promote mastering Spanish and a love for Hispanic culture while serving our community. Membership applications are due annually on Jan. 13; must meet academic requirements and be nominated by Spanish teacher.

Student Council

Wendy Faz & Nicole Wuest

Every other Wednesday



Student government for school activities, and socialization


Ima Richburg and Dixie Ross


A111/Lecture Hall


The purpose of TAME is to encourage under-represented populations to consider engineering and science. TAME is open to all students.

TFME (Texas Furutre Music Educators)

Monica Muscato

As Called by Officers

Choir Room

To provide service to our school music programs and to prepare students for entry into college music programs. 

UIL Calculator

Jennifer Persons

Alternating Tuesdays after School



Promotes and encourages calculator skills through competitions held on Saturdays.

UIL Computer Science

Jennifer Persons

Alternating Thursdays after School



Promotes and encourages interest in computer science through competitions held on Saturdays.

UIL Mathematics

Jennifer Persons

Alternating Thursdays after school



Promotes and encourages interest in mathematics through competitions held on Saturdays.

UIL Number Sense

Jennifer Persons

Alternating Tuesdays after school



Promotes and encourages mental arithmetic skills through competitions held on Saturdays.

UIL Science

Jennifer Persons

Alternating Thursdays after school



Promotes and encourages interest in science through competitions held on Saturdays.