Student Clubs

4-12 Club

A club for all those who wish to share their Christian Faith in their community and school. Advisor: Mrs. Sirokman


Asian Pacific Islands Club. API celebrates cultural diversity on campus while giving back to the school campus and the surrounding community. Students from ALL backgrounds are welcome. Meetings Thursday at 2:00 on zoom; Advisor: Calip

Baking Club

Love baking or baked goods? Join the baking club. We meet every other Tuesday at flex in A2. Advisor: Ms. Perry

Black Student Union

This club is to unite the African American students on campus and celebrate their culture and diversity. Advisor: Mrs. Stonebreaker

Computer Science Club

New technologies can have positive impacts on our society but can also perpetuate inequalities and discrimination for already marginalized communities. Hence the cruciality of inclusion and diversity in the development of new technologies. This club's goal is to teach not only the intricacies of computer science but push forward diversity in a field where inequity exists. More importantly, we work hard to inspire all students to explore the field inside of class and outside with the hopes of a future career in CS. In our flex meetings, I teach the basics of coding with Python leveraging free online platforms such as RepLit. In conclusion, this club aims to create change that matters in the computer science field. Room C4, Flex, alternating weeks. Advisor Tasha Hagerman

C.S.F- (California Scholarship Federation)

An honor society recognizing students who complete challenging academic classes and do well. Life members are eligible for the local C.S.F. scholarship and for recognition at graduation. Sign-ups at the beginning of each semester are advertised over announcements. Advisor: Zoe Jordan

Creative Writing Club

Creative Writing Club exists to promote and celebrate creative writing of all types, styles, and genres and encourage young writers to find and unleash their voices! Join us as we share the written and spoken word and meet other writers along the way! All are welcome. Advisor Patton and Nunogawa

Drama Club

This club is open to all students who have an interest in either onstage or backstage work at the Catwalk Theatre. Experience is always welcome, but not necessary. Advisor: Mrs. Jimenez

Gardening Club

Appreciates a clean and healthy environment, in addition to anyone who wants to achieve that same goal! Plant seeds and watch them grow. Experience and green thumbs aren't necessary. Advisor - Ms. Perry


Gender and Sexuality Alliance, GSA celebrates diversity on campus; promotes tolerance and respect among students; promotes a safe campus for all students, and provides a place for students to find support. All students are welcome. Advisor: DiPasquale. More Info: GSA Website

Club Rush

Interact Club

All students who are interested in serving the community can do so through this club! Interact Clubs are all over the country and work with local Rotary International Clubs in order to support the school and community.

Key Club

A community service club that volunteers for different local organizations and fundraisers for various charities! We're here to make our community a better place!  Advisor Ms. Wilson


This club is to unite the Hispanic students on campus and celebrate their culture and diversity. Advisor: Merino, Co-Advisor: Gómez; meetings during Flex time on Thursdays in the Cafeteria.

Math Club

This club offers math help for those who need it. It is also a club for those who are interested in mathematics in general.

Music Performance Club

This club is for enrichment and creativity. This is an open mic opportunity for all students: come to listen or play music.
We play music for each other, and all students have the chance to perform an original song or cover, with an instrument or karaoke, or simply sit and be good listeners for their peers. All songs will be monitored and approved for school appropriateness by the club advisor.
Students will abide by the following guidelines: Listen: Active listening is the best way to learn. Support: Be a good audience, no competition, celebrate the beauty of songs, learn about music, create your own songs and practice them, and perform songs. Everyone can sing! Advisor: Mr. O'Leary

Orchestra Club

This club often works on fundraisers for the orchestra. It also helps plan orchestra events, trips, and competitions. Advisor: Joanna Mackinson

Random Acts of Kindness Club
Join us as we spread the Wildcat Family spirit and create opportunities to show kindness. We meet in A6 on Fridays. Advisor: Mrs. Ruiz

Social Justice Club

The Social Justice Club is for anyone who wants to bring awareness or discussions around social justice issues in our community. Students can learn and discuss certain social justice movements that are happening in the world or direct action events. This is a STUDENT LED group. Meeting Tuesday 2:00pm, Advisor Ms. Roberts

Tabletop Games Club

Join us on Tuesdays 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm in room L7 for relaxed and friendly games! Come and play Dungeons and Dragons, Magic the Gathering, and more with friendly, accepting peers. Whether you're new to the games or an experienced player, all polite students are welcome! Advisor: Mr. Tress (room L4)

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