Activities & Clubs
Activities & Clubs
The Morton Band website is a great tool to access more information regarding our band's schedule and accomplishments.
To see a complete list of our Marching Band Leaders, please click below.
B Natural- Women's A Cappella
Bum Bums- Men's A Cappella
Chamber Choir (class)
Clubs & Activities
Drama club includes all students who participate in the fall play, act as madrigal servers, march in the parade as "big heads" and costumed characters, participate in the spring musical, and those who help the community and the grade schools by acting, teaching acting, and assisting with make-up at concerts.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets every Tuesday morning before school at 7:07am in Bertha Frank Lobby. The meetings generally consist of an ice-breaker activity and a student-led devotion. All students are welcome to attend. It's never too late to come for the first time!
Interact is a service club for Morton High School students. The club is sponsored by the Rotary International Club of Morton and supervised by Mr. Mahannah. Interact's name is a combination of International and Action and service is focused on both the local community and the international community. Every Interact club project, great or small, has a lasting impact on society worldwide.
Morton High School Key Club is a service leadership organization for high school students, operating under school regulations and drawing its membership from the student body. Key Club is a unique organization because its joint sponsorship by the Morton Kiwanis club, which composed of the leading business and professional people of the community and school district.
The team competes annually in the ICTM regional competition at the end of February and the state competition at the beginning of May. The competitions consist of a variety of events including: individual tests, two-person and eight-person team events, calculator team, relay teams and oral presenters.
The Morton Chapter of the National Honor Society requires that students must have maintained a cumulative grade average over a minimum of three semesters in order to be considered for membership in the Chapter. The average required, as set by the Honors Review Committee, is a 93-grade average or a 35.000 weighted average.
The Student Council oversees a number of activities throughout the school year and is required to meet various qualifications both by the school and district.
The Academic Challenge is a competitive series of tests created and administered by Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering and offered to high school students in Illinois and Missouri. The tests are now offered by more than 50 community colleges and universities and are designed to present a challenge to the brightest students.