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Clubs on Campus

Academic 
CSF- California Scholarship Federation. Meetings are held First Tuesday of every month, you must qualify in order to be eligible to participate in the club. Qualifications are listed on the CSF website.

Spanish Honor's Society- must be eligible to qualify with 3 consecutive A's in Spanish, sophomore or above standing.

French Honors Society- must be eligible to qualify with 3 consecutive A's in French, sophomore or above standing.

Science Bowl- members compete amongst others in a science mash-up. Meetings are announced and held after school in Mrs. Angel's class. 

Writer's Club- All writers come together in this club. Short stories, poems, etc are shared with the group. Meetings are held in study hall. 

Community Service 
Interact- Focuses on community service. Meetings are TBA by the current advisor.

Circle of friends- reinforces the value of friendships and the positive affect it has on others. 

Hobbies/Recreational
Ski and Snowboard Club- whether you are a first timer, or you have been hitting the slopes for years. This club is a great way to be active. Meetings are held before each trip. Trips are in the winter of each year. 

Sportsmen's Trap Club- meetings are held in the Career Center meetings days are TBA

Video and Game Club- Calling all game enthusiasts, including but not limited to board games and video games. Meetings are held in the Career Center and TBA.

Fishing Club- for hook, line and sinker fanatics, here is the club for you. Meetings are held in Mr. Salter's room during lunch and are TBA.

GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) Club- This an opportunity for all LGBTQIA and allies to meet and support one another. Meetings are held in Mr. Salter's room every other Wednesday at lunch. 





 









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