Booster Club

Desert Ecology Club (No Advisor)


Desert ecology club provides a cross-cultural outdoor experience. This club makes an annual trip to Havasupai Falls consisting of a 22 mile backpacking camping trip. Students rough it and gain appreciation for modern conveniences, hard work, self-perseverance, and nature.

Forever Christian Club (No Advisor)


The FCC shall educate students about the Bible and other religions. It will promote Christianity and the belief in the God of the Bible. The Forever Christian Club shall promote and maintain orderly conduct, high academic standards, and a “Christ-like” attitude. The FCC shall be open to any students wishing to participate in the activities and studies provided by the club. "All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness." - 2 Timothy 3:16

Gay-Straight Alliance (No Advisor)

The Gay-Straight Alliance is an anti-bullying club on campus with the purpose of inviting positive interaction between and toward all students. We meet to discuss how to make our school a more welcoming learning environment for all students and how to incorporate MHS and Builders GSA club members into our objectives. This is an anti-bullying club and all are welcome!

Key Club (No Advisor)


Key Club is an international student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness. Key Club members are to cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism that makes possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and good will. All Key Club members must attend all regular meetings and participate in community service projects. For more information on Key Club, visit the Kiwanis website.

National Honor Society

Advisor: Elizabeth Queen

The National Honor Society welcomes to its membership all senior, junior, and second semester sophomore students who maintain at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and who have been enrolled at the school for at least one semester. We invite eligible students to complete an application that the faculty council reviews for indications of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. However, completion of the application does not guarantee membership. We extend an invitation to eligible juniors and seniors to join during the spring semester. National Honor Society members transferring from other schools may also transfer their N.H.S. membership by presenting a membership card or letter from the previous chapter advisor. Members must maintain a cumulative 3.2 GPA, attend chapter meetings and functions, avoid disciplinary referrals, and participate in forty hours of community service per school year to remain in good standing. Failure to do any of these will result in the dismissal from the chapter.


Advisors: Aryiel Vopalensky

Renaissance is a reward club for students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. 3.0 is silver, 3.5 is gold, and 4.0 is platinum. Membership in Renaissance looks excellent on your college applications, and students with gold or platinum may waive a final at the end of the semester. All Renaissance members get out early for lunch on Thursdays, receive discounts to various local businesses, and all “get out of class” activities are Renaissance only.

Student Government

Advisor: Kurtis Nielsen

The student government shall encourage student involvement in school. They will serve as the bridge between the students and faculty. The student government will promote and maintain good will and proper school spirit.

Teen Court (No Advisor)


The RVHS teen court acts as an alternative and restorative justice system for youth, and promotes accountability and positive community engagement. In addition, the RVHS teen court helps to promote knowledge of the law and legal system, teach basic and advanced argumentation skills, and instill confidence in its members that they can use inside and out of the teen court program.