The RU cheerleading team is a part of the Redford Union Athletic Department. The team has two seasons, Fall (Football) and Winter (Basketball). There are Junior Varsity and Varsity Squads for each season. The team is dedicated to supporting the schools' teams and raising school spirit at games and assemblies. Each year, squad members attend camp to learn how to stunt and improve their skills. The cheerleading team consistently has several members' names as Scholar Athletes by the Athletic Department, showing that not only do they take pride in their squad, but academics as well. Try-outs for the Fall Squad are usually held in the spring, and tryouts for the Winter Squad are held in the late Fall.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is an organization of academically outstanding and extracurricular-involved juniors and seniors. They help the community and other students through volunteer work with school-run activities and tutoring.
NHS advisor is Mr. Fish.
Other Clubs, Groups and Activities
Anime Club - Mrs. Adams advisor meets Thursdays 2:30-3:30.
Bowling Club - Mr. Battistelli advisor.
Computer Club - Mrs. Dave advisor, meets Wednesday 2:15 -3:00
Link Crew - Mrs. Robertson advisor.
Quiz Bowl - Mr. Battistelli & Mr. Sampson advisors.
Robotics - Mr. Abair advisor, club meets Monday & Wednesday 3-4 pm at Hilbert Middle School.
Spectrum - Meets in room 114 with Ms. Evans advisor at 2:15-3:30 on Tuesday and Thursday.
Women of Tomorrow - Crystal Davis advisor.
Pom Pon Squad►
The Pom Squad is a fun activity that a select few get to experience. It is a lot of hard work, but it pays off when you win competitions, or the crowd you're performing for enjoys the routine.
Student Council is an organization of representatives from each class who work together to help the student body and it's surrounding community.
Students must maintain a 2.5 G.P.A. and actively participate in Student Council events.
Redford Union's Student Council Advisors are Susan Ureste and Eric Geiger.
The Vocal Music Program is designed for students of all grades and levels of talent and ability. Students may begin by learning proper singing techniques and the basics of music theory and note reading. From there they may progress to an intermediate choir that performs and competes at district festivals and community activities. For the more advanced student, advanced choir may be for them. This ensemble regularly performs at district and state level festivals and performs nearly 20 times during the school year. The intermediate and advanced choir membership is by audition only and students must commit to performance and grade guidelines.