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Beta Club

Beta Club

The mission of the National Beta Club is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, morality, ethical conduct, and leadership.


Instagram icon  Follow us on Instagram @mphsbeta for announcements, news, and event photos.

ADVISORS: Mrs. Jordan




ALL MEMBERS:  CLICK HERE and fill out this short survey about possible November and December activity.  


Community Service

  • Club members are expected to complete 30 hours of community service each school year.
  • Students should record a Service Hours Log throughout the year.  CLICK HERE to open and print a copy of the Service Hours Log.  You can also stop by Mrs. Jordan’s room for a copy.
  • The Service Hours Log requires a confirmation signature from an adult organizer of each event.




  • The Student Council is hosting a Trunk-Or-Treat even on October 25th form 6-8 pm int he staff parking lot.  If you would like to participate by decorating your car, please fill out the link in the @stuco.mphs Instagram bio to reserve your spot.  Bring your own candy.  You can also sign up to help with face painting.  You will receive 4 service hours for either option.



We want to hear from you!


If you have any community service ideas, activity suggestions, thoughts, or concerns that our club leadership should address,

please submit those using the Sugestion Box Google Form:



Your 2024 Leadership Team

President:  Makenna Seymour

Vice-President:  Robert Brown

Community Service Coordinator:  Tarraleah Driessen

Secretary:  Molly Bobrek, Abby Shue

Social Media Reports:  Danielle Henry, Max Collins, Maggie Garrido

At-Large:  Corbin Hinkley, Anthony Lim, Gabe Shackelford, Andrew Smith, Samiah White


Members of the Beta Leadership Team

Front Row L to R:  Tarraleah Driessen, Makenna Seymour, Robert Brown

Back Row L to R:  Mollly Bobrek, Abby Shue, Danielle Henry, Corbin Hinkley, Gabe Shackelford, Andrew Smith  



MPHS Beta Club is the academic honor club for MPHS. We are affiliated with the National Beta Club. MPHS has had a Beta Club chapter for 69 years. We invite 9th, 10th, and 11th graders to join Beta in the spring each year. To receive an invitation, you need at cumulative GPA of at least 4.0 and have had no out of school suspensions. Members of the Beta Club are expected to perform at least 30 hours of community service each year.