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Yeti STEM Club

Description:The purpose of the STEM club is to increase opportunities to enhance skills in Science, Technology, Mathematics, and Engineering. The club will provide opportunities to conduct scientific research and participate in competitions. The goal is to increase awareness of careers in STEM and actively provide students with the skills necessary to compete in an uncertain future. The club has participated in things like the Herff College of Engineering EDay, Small World Initiative, Bio Builder Club, Science Olympiad, Memphis/Shelby County Science Fair, and the University of Memphis Transportation Summit.

Contact: Nikki Wallace (XTH teacher) -

ESports Gaming League

Description: The XTH ESports Gaming League is a sports club that allows students to lend their skills and experiences in electronic gaming as a member of an officially recognized high school sport — ESports. Students practice and compete in teams on- and off-campus, as well as compete against other high school ESports leagues as part of the High School ESports League (HSEL). Students will compete for rankings as team members and as individuals. Students will meet after school to practice and compete once or twice per week depending on league schedules and matches.

Contact: Robert Bear (XTH teacher) -

Scott Holcomb (XTH Admin) -

Garden & Environment Club

Description: The Garden and Environment club is the main group that maintains the school’s gardens. Students are in charge of the health and maintenance of our plants as well as harvesting and distributing our vegetables. Students are also advocates for the “greening” of Crosstown High.

Contact: Jacob Weaver (XTH teacher) -


Description: Health Occupations Students of America, otherwise known as HOSA, is an international student-led organization that focuses on helping students pursue a career in healthcare. HOSA encompasses the ideas of leadership and professional development, community service, and social and recreational activities as the core foundations for each chapter.

Contact: Jacob Weaver (XTH teacher) -