Key Club

Key Club

 Key Club Information

Advisors:  Megan Martin (C110) and Crystal Love (T16). Meeting Location: D205 (Morales)

Parent Organization: Kiwanis International

Purpose: Key Club is a community service organization that is focused on helping students contribute to their school and community.

Meetings: Monthly after school from 2:20 - 3:00PM.  Meetings are mandatory and are a service project will be a part of each meeting. On time arrival is expected. If more than two meetings are missed then you will be removed from Key Club. Seniors will not earn their stole if they do not meet the attendance requirements. Our meetings will be on 9/25 and then the second Tuesday of each month unless otherwise stated. The dates will be: 9/25, 10/09, 11/13, 12/11, 1/8, 2/12, 3/12, and 4/09. There will be a called meeting in May for onion distribution.

Membership Requirements: Members are accepted through an application process at the beginning of each school year. Students who are interested in bettering their community are encouraged to apply. Two teacher recommendations are required.




 Applications are open for the 2018-2019 School Year! After applying, all applicants should join the Key Cluc Remind by testing @mchskey18 to 81010 

New and Returning Members must complete the application that can be found by clicking on this link.



 - Dues are $35 for Freshman, Sophmores, and Juniors and $50 for Seniors. Dues include a t-shirt, national member dues, community service supplies, and meeting supplies. Senior dues also include the Key Club graduation stole. Dues must be paid on MyPaymentsPlus by the first meeting.

Key Club Required Volunteer Hours

- Every member of Key Club must complete 50 HOURS of community service. (No more than 25 hours can come from any one organization/event)

 Please remember that as Key Club members we expect that you are acting with honesty and integrity. You should not double-dip in terms of hours. For example, if you use volunteer hours for Beta Club then you should not use those same hours for Key Club. Additionally, Key Club focuses on community service - so, events during the school day - such as iLead, peer leading, the Special Olympics events hosted at Mill Creek, etc - are not hours that can be used for Key Club.

-If you sign up to volunteer and are not able to fulfill that obligation then you must find your own replacement AND email Ms. Love / Ms. Martin and let them know your replacement. Failure to do this will result in a docking of hours.

-Key Club participates in a Vidalia Onion fundraiser in the Spring. All members are required to participate in this fundraiser. Community service hours can be earned through member participation.

 -When volunteering you are reprensenting Key Club and Mill Creek. The expectation is that you always act as a leader and a positive role-model for those around you.


Download this file (MCHS Key Community service log .doc)MCHS Key Club Community Service Log