Are You Joining These Clubs?


Key Club

Division 04 West Key Club members meet up for their monthly division conference meeting (DCM) at Miles Square Park where they participate in leadership activities and earn community service hours.

Ana Moreno, Staff Writer

Every year, ASB hosts an event for our school clubs to recruit and encourage students to get involved. With Club Rush around the corner, here are some clubs to look forward to!

For community service, you might be interested in joining one of the biggest clubs on campus, Key Club. Past students have been able to rack over 400 hours in the span of 4 years. We all need community service in order to graduate and Key Club has volunteer opportunities monthly. 

Another club that provides volunteer hours is ASB Senate. “I joined as a freshman to meet new people and later became president of the club,” said Tiffany Carriedo. “It gave me an opportunity to become more involved in our school and gain community service while having fun.”  

To meet people with common interests and form new friendships: K-Pop Club, Anime Club, Polynesian Dance, Art Club, Guitar Club, and Mariachi is be a good match. K-Pop club and Polynesian dance are very well-known clubs that meet up for practice and perform at pep rallies and school events.

Clubs that help organizations with a cause are: Pink Ribbon, Girl Scouts, and Red Cross Club. Joining any of these organizations, can help advance your high school career and make it more enjoyable. 

To find out more about more clubs, sign up during club rush Thursday and Friday, Sept. 19- 20 during both lunches.

Get involved and join a club or two, you won’t regret it!