Competitive Clubs compete against outside teams, other high schools, in a variety of tournaments, matches, and competitions as part of a structured regional or national league. These clubs have coaches/sponsors and attend regularly scheduled practices.
ACESACES is an academic composition offering students opportunities to challenge their math and science skills and problem-solving abilities in a variety of areas. Students compete at various levels.Sponsors: Jen Pierce & Christina SoldanEmails: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-151 on Tuesdays between 3-5PMBASS FISHINGThe bass fishing club provides an opportunity for anglers, regardless of experience, to learn all aspects of fishing. Experienced anglers participate in tournament fishing with the possibility to win an IHSA state championship.Sponsors: Jim Corcoran & Scott PlaisierEmails: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-231 on Tuesdays between 3-5 PMCHESS TEAMSandburg Chess team players learn to recognize the importance of their own strategies processes while sharing, developing and improving their chess skills. The team competes in several matches each year in the SWSC conference and membership is open.Sponsor: Patrick LatortueEmail: email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in S-150 Tuesday-Thursday between 3:30-5:30 PMDEBATEThe Debate Team's goal is to enhance research, speaking, writing, and critical thinking skills. Students compete in various tournaments, debating a variety of real-world topics.Sponsor: Elaine McGrawEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-213 on Monday & Thursday between 3-6PMGAMING CLUBInterested in eSports, online gaming, or video games? Join Sandburg Gaming club and start competing today!Sponsor: Abdullah Faraj & Joe TuttleEmail: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-144 on Thursdays from 3-4:15 PMMATHLETESMath Team creates a competitive place for students who enjoy mathematics to learn problem-solving techniques used in competition. Membership is open.
ROBOTICS CLUBThe purpose of the Robotics Team is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders. Students will design, build, and program a fully functioning robot for competition.Sponsors: David Brewczynski & Rebecca RotiEmails: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-225 Monday-Thursday (Oct.-April) and Saturday/Sundays (Jan-April) between 3-6PMSCHOLASTIC BOWLScholastic Bowl is a competitive academic “quiz bowl” similar to “Jeopardy.” The team participates in SWSC tournaments. Membership is open.Sponsors: Mike Wooley & Jeff BrighamEmails: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in N-113 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 3-5PMSKILLS USA-APPL. TECH.Preparing for leadership in the world of work. Students apply skills learned in applied technology courses and compete at various levels. Membership limited to qualified students in an Applied Tech or FACS course.Sponsor: Chris KomerEmail: email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in S-140 on Wednesdays between 3-4PMSPECIAL OLYMPICSSpecial Olympics is a global organization that unleashes the human spirit through the trans-formative power and joy of sports and social opportunities. All are welcome to participate or lend a hand as a mentor/volunteer within our club. Go Eagles!Sponsors: Peggy Bryce & Ramis HabboubEmails: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in S-155/S-156 on Mondays between 3-4:30 PMSPEECH TEAMThe Speech Team provides an opportunity for students to develop speaking, interpretation and acting skills in a nurturing, friendly environment. Discover how much fun public speaking can be!Sponsor: Nora NeriusEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets Monday-Friday in October-March between 3-6PM