• American Sign Language

    asl ASL club is for students interested in learning more about American Sign Language and promote cultural awareness of the Deaf community. 

    Advisor: Ms. Wells

  • Badminton

    badminton A club for all students interested in learning to play or wanting to improve their skills on the badminton court!
     
     
     
    Advisor: Mr. May

  • Battle of the Books

    book Battle of the Books is a competition club in which students read pre-selected books and compete in a game show atmosphere against other LCPS high schools to demonstrate their depth of knowledge of those books. Members on the team read as many books on the list covering genres such as fiction, nonfiction, historical fiction, humor, mystery, science fiction and fantasy. The Battle team meet regularly both before and after school to discuss the books and practice answering questions to prepare for the Battle competition held in the spring. If you like to read, you'll want to join and help bring home the Golden Book trophy!
    Advisor: Ms. Berry

  • BUDS

    BUDS Bulldogs Understanding Differences in Students aka BUDS is a group of students working to promoting social equality and a more inclusive environment for all types of students at Stone Bridge.  We meet weekly to play games and socialize in the auxiliary gym. 

    Advisor: Ms. Zielinski

  • Cabaret

    Advisor: Ms. Hochkeppell

  • Chess

    chess Our SBHS scholastic chess club combines educational and social activities. Our members get together to play, to learn, to teach, and meet old friends and make new ones. They represent varied levels of skill, experience and age. The club offers a wide variety of activities. There are chess speed games, clocked games and games played at a more leisurely pace. While the club tends to focus on tournament style chess, the club caters to recreational play as well. There are never any dues to pay. As the club grows we are looking to expand the opportunities for members to play other scholastic chess clubs. There are plans to sponsor a Parent/Community night where friends and relatives of our students can join us in a social evening of chess and refreshments. Feel free to contact our sponsor if you wish to get involved with a club that fosters critical and abstract thinking, planning, logic, analysis, and a heavy dose of fun!
     
    Advisor: Mr. Faraone  

  • Chinese

    chinese The Chinese Club is open to all students and is intended to enrich, engage, and encourage our Chinese program at Stone Bridge.  The students will experience the Chinese language and its cultures in a variety of activities.  
    Advisor: Ms. Zhao
     

  • Computer Programming

    programming The Programming & Robotics Club is organized around a highly diverse and motivated group of students who are working diligently to promote teamwork and collaboration in the fields of robotics, cyber security, game design, and web design. Local engineers, programmers, developers, and IT professionals generously volunteer their time to mentor our students. For cyber security, teams compete in competitions to secure various computer vulnerabilities. Girls Who Code promotes female activity in the field of engineering. In programming, students prepare for various programming competitions throughout the year.
     

  • DECA

    deca DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges across the globe. DECA members can begin their participation in the high school division as early as the ninth grade and continue through college graduation by participating in the college division.
    More than 190,000 high school members participate in DECA through 3,500 chapters in all 50 states plus eight other countries! DECA is organized at local, regional, state, and international levels in order to prepare members to compete in a global economy. Local (school) chapters are chartered associations that provide extended learning opportunities through which students engage the broader business community, compete beyond their campus, and network with their peers.
     
    Advisor: Mr. Anderson  &  Ms. Williams 

  • Dedicated Men with a Vision

    Developing dynamic young men through discipline and dedication to promote brotherhood, scholarship, and service. 

    Advisor: Mr. Green

  • Determined Strong Women

    Developing dynamic young women through discipline and dedication to promote sisterhood, scholarship, and service. 

    Advisor: Mr. Green

  • Educators Rising

    edrising Educators Rising provides passionate young people with hands-on teaching experience, sustains their interest in the profession, and helps them cultivate the skills they need to be successful educators. Stone Bridge High School Educators Rising Members tutor weekly at the SBHS cluster elementary schools and host the Parent Night Out evenings at Stone Bridge High School.  Members also compete at the state and national level and are eligible to attend the Regional Conference at the National Conference Center in Leesburg which is hosted by Loudoun County Public Schools an is free to members.
    Advisor: Ms. Hochstein

  • English National Honors Society

    Advisor: Ms. Cimino  & Mr. Winsheimer

  • Environmental

    enviro The environmental club discovers and works on ways to enhance and improve the community and world around us.  The members of this club spearhead school-wide recycling efforts, reduce the use of plastics and waste in the building and fundraise for special environmental issues. We are also excited to collaborate with the SBHS Gardening Club!

     
     
    Advisor: Mr. Velazquez

  • Equal Rights

    Advisor: Mr. Landry

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes

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    This student-led club is open to everyone, not just athletes.  If you want to get to know other students, enjoy sports games, food, fun and socialize in a Christian environment, please join us.
     
    Advisor: Mr. Faul
     

  • Forensics / Speech & Debate

    Forensics and Speech/Debate is an official VHSL academic team that competes in a variety of speech and dramatic reading events around the state, including storytelling, poetry/prose interpretation, impromptu/extemporaneous speaking, and original oratory. Forensics fuels creative energy, sharpens minds, and increases confidence. Plus, it’s fun! Participating in this activity can benefit anyone’s future but is especially popular among students interested in law, politics, business, education, theater, marketing, ministry, and/or communications. The skills you learn as a performer will serve you well in all aspects of life where communication is necessary: school, college, work, family interaction, etc.
    Advisor: Ms. Gonzalez

  • French Connection

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    Le Club Français is a club devoted to the appreciation of French language and culture! It sponsors several exciting French events over the course of the year.
     
    Advisor: Ms. Richard
     

  • French National Honors Society

    fhs La Société Honoraire de Français is an honor society for high school students enrolled in French, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. The mission is to recognize high school achievement in French and to promote interest in Francophone studies. Stone Bridge students become eligible for our chapter when they meet the following requirements:
    -enrolled in at least the second semester of French IV Honors 
    -have a 3.7 GPA in French
    -have a 3.3 GPA overall 
    -have no Honor Code violations
    -commit to continue taking French in high school through the AP level or Senior Year (whichever comes first).
    These requirements must be maintained to remain a member in good standing. There are also membership dues for the National Organization.
    Advisor: Ms. Richard

  • Freshman Class

    Get involved with all things related to the freshman class to provide leadership, activities, and spirit to the student body. Officer elections are held in the fall and coordinate homecoming stairwell decorating, fundraisers and other fun activities for the freshmen. 
    Adivsor: Ms. Blake

  • Future Business Leaders of America

    fbla Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business. Our mission is to enhance students’ business knowledge inside and outside of the classroom through workshops, seminars, leadership development programs, and by allowing students the opportunity to work with business professionals.  There are regional, state, and national competitions in business subject areas that allow students to compete against other FBLA members throughout the world and to be recognized for excellence in their studies.

  • Gardening

    garden Gardening club is for all students interested in positively improving the school's general atmosphere with beautification projects involving agriculture.
     
    The club would take part in planting, gardening and general upkeep of the plants around the campus while educating students about agriculture. We are also excited to collaborate with the SBHS Environmental Club!
      
     
     
    Advisor: Ms. Sokol

  • Gender Sexuality Alliance

    gsa GSA is a student-run club that provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to gender and sexuality, and work to end homophobia and increase acceptance. GSA provides safety and confidentiality to students who are struggling with their identity. It also provides a way for anyone who wants to support the LGBTQ community to get involved.

  • German

    germany Herzlich Willkommen! Deutschklub, or German Club, promotes the fun in learning German culture and language through monthly activities planned by the officers. All students are welcome to join. Enrollment in a German class is not mandatory.
     

  • German National Honors Society

    Advisor: Ms. Knight & Ms. Blanchard

  • Girl Up

    girl No matter their background, girls have the power to transform themselves, their communities, and the world around them. Girl Up brings a diverse group of young ladies together to discuss current community and global issues and obstacles faced by girls and women. A primary club goal is to foster a supportive nurturing environment while instilling confidence, leadership qualities, advocating for women’s empowerment and rights locally and globally.  Girl Up is open to all! 

    Girl Up was founded by the United Nations Foundation in 2010, and continues to work across a global community of partners to achieve gender equality worldwide.

    Join Remind to contact club officers and to receive updates and special announcements. Text @sbhsgems to 81010.
     
    Advisor: Ms. Davis  

  • Graphic Design

    graphic Graphic Design Club is open to all students with a passion for digital art, business advertising and helping others in the school and community by furthering their graphic design skills. Members collaborate with each other volunteering their time to help design posters, social media posts, merchandise and other forms of media for clubs, events and organizations around the school.
     

  • Hip Hop Dance Team

    Advisor: Mr. May

  • Hockey

    Advisor: Ms. Lefew

  • ICC

     
    Advisor: Ms. Rice 

  • Inter Club Council

    Advisor: Ms. Rice

  • Interact

    Advisor: Ms. Shangraw

  • Investment

    Advisor: Ms. Williams

  • Junior Class

    Advisor: Ms. Graham  Site: Class Site

  • Key

    Advisor: Mr. Wilkin

  • Latin

    Advisor: Ms. Newell

  • Level Up Gaming

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  • Library Advisory Council

    Advisor: Ms. Donahue  & Ms. Channing

  • Literary Magazine

    Advisor: Mr. Faul & Mr. Baker

  • Medical

    Advisor: Mr. Baker

  • Model United Nations

    Advisor: Mr. Beck

  • Mu Alpha Theta

    Advisor: Ms. Adams

  • Muslim Student Association

    Advisor: Mr. Beck

  • National Honors Society

    Advisor: Mr. Hansberger

  • National Technical Honors Society

    Advisor: Ms. Hochstein 

  • PEER

    Adviosor: Ms. Stender  & Ms. Goddard

  • Running Dog Productions

    Advisor: Ms. Hochkeppel

  • Save the Tails

    Advisor: Ms. Moore & Ms. Cimino

  • SCA

    SCA Logo The Stone Bridge SCA encourages school spirit, positivity towards all students, and to unite as one Stone Bridge family. Please feel free to leave a comment or suggestion... we are always striving to be the best that we can be! 
     
    Check the Stone Bridge Student Council website or follow us on Twitter to be informed about our upcoming events, Advisors, Officers, and Executive Board Members, and social media outlets.
     
    Advisors: Ms. Ausel  & Ms. Gonzalez

  • Scholastic Bowl

    Advisor: 

  • Science National Honors Society

    Advisor: Ms. Karandikar & Ms. Whitmire

  • Science Olympiad

    Advisor: Dr. Cascio

  • Senior Class

    Advisor: Ms. Williams

  • Ski

    Advisor: Dr.Mandes

  • Sophomore Class

    Advisor: Ms. Masi & Mr. Winsheimer

  • Sources of Strength

    Advisor: Dr.Lichtman , Ms. Donovan,  Ms. Zappallla & Ms. Berry 

  • Spanish National Honors Society

    Advisor: Ms. Goodwin

  • Tabletop Gaming

    Advisor: Mr. Bourlett 

  • Technology Student Association

    Advisor: Mr. Collins

  • Tri-M Music Honors Society

    Advisor: Mr. Keller