|Anchor Club International is a non-profit youth volunteer organization. Anchor Clubs allow kids of all ages to participate in fun community service projects.
|ASL Club promotes awareness of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture; and participates in Deaf activities in the community.
|The Communications Technology Academy (ComTech) is a small school within the school. With a focus on academics integrated with digital design, students have the opportunity to stay with a cohort throughout their high school career.
|FCA/FCS stands for Fellowship of Christian Athlets and Fellowship of Christian students. It is student led and open to both Middle School and High School students. This club is an interdenominational Christian sports ministry to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
|Leadership, Experience and Opportunity. The students will develop leadership qualities by participating in social service activities.
|MU ALPHA THETA
|National Math Honors Society. Open to students enrolled in Algebra 1 or above with at least a 3.0 GPA. Students can complete in Math Competitions.
|National Honor Society
|This club is meant to support Rutherford athletics as well as inspire general school spirit. Students create signs and posters to support athletes at various games, and go to games to cheer on our Rams. This year, the Pep Club will be implementing a Campus Beautification Project.
|The RHS Air Force JROTC Program supports students with high interest in STEM fields to develop critical thinking, communication, and leadership skills which are invaluable in any field of study. JROTC Program students discover a wide range of learning experiences beyond the traditional classroom through field trips, physical training, community service, and instructional partnerships with Embry Riddle University for a drone operation class. For students who choose to pursue military service following graduation, successful completion of the JROTC Program may lead to advanced rank upon enlistment.
|RHS Student Government Association consist of a group of student leaders who desire to engage our community in service and leadership. RSGA is the governing body for all club opportunities at Rutherford High School.
|SCIENCE CLUB / ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB
|Students become aware of resources and improving and protecting the environment. Students learn how science fits into the environment
|This club promotes awareness, appreciation and understanding of people and diverse cultures.
|The Aries yearbook was first published in 1961. We proudly document Rutherford's historical moments and publish them at the end of every school year.
|Rutherford's National Beta Club was established in 1962! We proudly recognize high academic achievement, promote character and social responsibility, encourage service involvement in our school and our community, and foster leadership skills.
|The Gay-Straight Alliance consists of a group of students who want to build a more knowledgeable, inclusive, and supportive environment for all members of the Rutherford community.
|The Diamond Girls consists of a group of students that assist baseball with various activities. They assist the boosters in the concession stand, help with getting the players their snacks, assist with the music and announcing at the games.
|The Heart 2 Hand club is a mentorship program where RHS students work to mentor elementary and middle school students. They participate in the annual Turkey Bowl to raise funds and awareness for Stuff the Bus. This year they will be implementing a Big Brother/ Big Sister program within our school to forge relationships with the middle school students.
|Students in the RHS Construction Academy develop essential workplace skills as they actively participate in all aspects of the building and construction of a tiny house on site at Rutherford. This year’s class is also working with Chautauqua Charter School to convert a school bus, in addition to a number of other smaller projects. Through a combination of classroom and hands-on learning, Construction students can earn industry certification through NCCER for Level 1 job site safety and tools, followed by Level 2 certifications in carpentry, electrical, welding, and more.