James I. O'Neill Student Clubs
O'Neill High School is proud to offer many clubs for students who want to become involved with their school. From Academic League to Tech Crew there is a club for everyone!
See chart below for a listing of student clubs, a description of each club and the name of the club adviser.
Academic "jeopardy style" competition among area schools.
Art Patty Hassler Chess Nicolette Viano Drama Participates in dramatic art activities and theatrical performances. Joanne Roffman Environmental Students are involved in various projects such as an organic garden, a recycling program, bird houses, and outdoor outings. Mike Mallon Fashion Kathleen Devlin
Gay Straight Alliance Joanne Roffman
Provides opportunities for musical performances.
Publishes O'Neill student's original art work, poems and short fictional stories.
Students prepare a simulated court case, serving as both attorneys and witnesses and then compete against other schools in the county.
Honors students that excel in academics and community leadership.
Students write and publish articles pertaining to current and school events.
Students are trained to help resolve conflicts between their peers.
Reading Buddies Sherri McNair, Christine Susskind, Bridget Smith Students are involved in volunteer work and community service. Some activities include Holiday Mail for Heroes and involvement in a Blood Drive. Nicole Glennon
SADD Students Against Destructive Decisions - Making good choices in high school. Bridget Smith, Phil Yosso
The O’Neill Science Club's purpose is to involve students in science, technology, and engineering opportunities. Paul Glotzer Spanish Club Christen Rochman
Charles Giardina, Heather Milano
Participates in student government and civic activities.
Christen Rochman, Kelly Doering
The students will learn about the art of theatrical lighting and sound reinforcement. Throughout the school year the tech crew provides support for the school pep rally, concert and dramatic performances, talent shows and many other functions.
Students will make creative videos and informative short videos of school events. Senior members create the Senior Video for graduation.
Creation, design, and development of the school yearbook.
Youth in Government
The purpose of Youth in Government is to expose students to the political process while helping to educate them about issues our society faces. It is a county-wide organization that receives strong support from the Orange County Legislature and elected state officials. At two separate conventions, students get the opportunity to informally debate issues with other schools then run for a variety of offices.
Chris Coyne, Jorma Tompuri, Nicole Glennon