Indian Trail Activities - GET INVOLVED!

Indian Trail has a wide range of extracurricular activities designed to appeal to a wide range of interests. Students need look no further than here to learn more about the activities and clubs available at the school. Visit the links at the left for more information.

To learn more about Indian Trail's athletic program, click here.


Indian Trail Homecoming Parade Route

This year’s Homecoming Parade will take place on Friday, October 17th. The Parade will step off at 5:15 PM. Line up for the parade will be at the KENOSHA YMCA lot and the parade will follow the traditional route. Groups may participate through building a float, decorating a crazy car, or walking.

Staging at the Kenosha YMCA.

East on 53rd Street to 68th Ave.

South to 54th Street.

West on 54th Street.

Left on 70th Court to 55th Street.

Left on 55th Street to 68th Ave.

South to the Stadium.

Line up starts at 4:15 PM. Judging starts at 4:30. The parade pushes off at approximately 5:15 PM.

Hawk Student Council

Student Council Main Page

Members of the Indian Trail Student Council would like to welcome all the new and returning students to ITHS&A. We hope that you have a great year! In addition to attending many conferences and workshops, Student Council is in charge of planning Homecoming, Pennies for Patients, Santa's Workshop and many other service projects. If you are interested in joining student council, please contact the Main Office.

If you have any questions, please see either Mr. King (Student Council Advisor) or one of the four executive officers listed below.

2015-2016 Executive Officers

President - Demi Cimiaskaite
Vice President - McKenna Ruchti
Secretary - Catherine Peterson
Treasurer - Alex Finaldi
Advisors - TBA

The Pulse - ITA Student Newspaper Staff (Class Only)

Advisor: Mrs. Rider

View the most recent edition of The Pulse!

Hawkettes Dance Team (Tryouts Only)

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: Mrs. Ebner

Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)
DECA is a student-run organization that will help you build leadership, business, and marketing skills all while having fun. Opportunities include community service projects, starting and running a business, and creating promotional literature and events for local business clients.

The experience that you gain in DECA will assist you in your college and professional life beyond high school. There are scholarship and networking opportunities that will help you get into college, pay for college, and land your first job out of college.

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: TBA

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
The purpose of the FBLA is to provide additional opportunities for high school students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. Some specific goals of FBLA are to develop competent and aggressive business leadership, strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work, and create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise. FBLA also facilitates the transition from school to work and assist students with the establishment of occupational goals.

Meeting Times: TBA.
Advisor: TBA

Link Crew
Link Crew Leaders are juniors and seniors who are positive role models who make the middle-to-high-school transition successful for freshmen students at ITHSA. They help with this transition by leading academic and social activities throughout the year.

Meeting Times: Summer and First Friday of the month in the library.
Ms. Hemba, Ms. Knight, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Awe, Mr. Nachtigal

Hawk Key Club

Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club has approximately 250,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 30 countries. (Source:

Meeting Times: Every other Tuesday after school. Room TBA.
Advisor: Ms. Martin


National Honor Society (Invitation Only)

National Honor Society represents outstanding high school students who seek to represent NHS and Indian Trail in the areas of excellence, scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The club is by invitation only, and is comprised of select Juniors and Seniors.

Meeting Times: TBA
Mr. Jager, Mr. Allen


Spanish Club

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: TBA

Information Coming Soon

Animae Club

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: TBA

Information Coming Soon

"Snow Hawks" Ski and Snowboard Club
We take 6 weekday trips to Alpine Valley and sometimes a longer trip to Cascade or Devil's Head. Students must purchase a club card to join.

Meeting Times: The first meeting will be sometime during fall.
Advisor: Mr. Metzler, Mrs. Jerilyn Weiss & Mr. Goerge

GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)

The goal of the Gay Straight Alliance is to create a safe environment in Indian Trail for all students and to support each other by preventing oppression, bullying, and discrimination. In the club, LGBTQ students and their straight allies work together to make our school safer and more accepting for all students.

Meeting Times: Every other Monday in room 1204.
Advisor: Ms. Teresa Apgar

Hawk Cheerleaders

Advisor: Ms. Yunker

Information Coming Soon

Moe's Maniacs - IT Spirit Squad

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: Mr. Bradley

Information Coming Soon

Brony Club

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: Mr. Smith

Information Coming Soon

Campus Life

Campus Life is a student-led, faith-based club where all students are welcome. Students encourage, support and mentor each other. A typical meeting includes an interactive game, refreshments, and a group discussion on a given topic. Campus Life is always looking to serve our community, so service projects are encouraged.

Meeting Times: Thursdays from 3:00-4:00 in room 1200.
Advisor: Ms. Simmons

Video Games Club

Students can play video games on a variety of systems offered. It is a chance for students who share a strong interest in video games to get together.

Meeting Times: Every Monday from 3:00-4:00 in room 2207.
Advisor: Mrs. Jerilyn Weiss and Mrs. Kelli Weiss

International Thespian Society

The International Thespian Society is the international honor society for theatre students. Our purpose is to enhance and expand our students knowledge and abilities through activities within the community as well as within the school.

Meeting Times: Every other Monday in room 1823A.
Advisor: Mr. Allen

Creative Writing Club

The Creative Writing Club is for students who are interested in writing creatively--poetry or fiction--in any format. This group is for writers at any stage--even those who have never tried writing creatively before. It is also the place for students to read and critique each other's work. Everyone is welcome. Introductory Meeting: October 1, 2015.

Meeting Times: First and Third Thursdays of each month, 3:15 to 4:00 in Room 1118.
Advisor: Ms. Konitzer and Ms. Henriksen

Tabletop RPG Club

A club for the use of immersive storytelling though gaming. Members create characters, and work together on adventures told through rolling dice and roleplaying.

Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: Mr. Krupecki

Teen Green

To educate, engage, and take action in the school and community on addressing current environmental issue. Goals/ Projects for this year: Soles4Souls, Hydration Stations, Spring Clean-ups, Winter Service possibilities.
Any other projects you want to tackle?

Meeting Times: Room 1422
Advisor: Ms. Awe