Clairemont

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CHS Clubs

The following are sanctioned clubs sponsored by Clairemont High Staff:

ACADEMIC LEAGUE

A district sponsored club to encourage, acknowledge and reward academic excellence through competition. All students are welcome to try out for the three teams: novice, junior varsity, and varsity. The league meets at lunch and competes on Thursday nights during February, March and April. The competitions are college bowl style matches against other high schools. (Paula Riley)

ARROW (Journalism)

An elective class for students interested in writing, careers in journalism and production of the school newspaper. Students work on writing and editing skills and have the opportunity to submit their work and win awards in competition. Astronomy Club - Kevin Regardie Our goal is to get as many people interested in the Space Sciences to help promote a greater future for our country as well as the world as a whole by focusing distinctly on the areas of Astronomy, Physics, and Aerospace/Astronautical Engineering. (Gary Jimenez)

AVID Club

Simone Nolet

Band Club

Don Kuhli

Circle of Friends is

A national non-profit organization promoting inclusion, friendship and respect. We are an inclusive social skills program composed of dedicated students who believe that making a difference in someone's life is just as important as acing a test. We build bridges between students of all abilities by creating a circle of friends around students with communication challenges. In an effort to eliminate bullying from our campus, we provide "Ability Awareness" trainings and meet weekly during lunch to socialize because it's "Never Too Late To Make A Friend." Everyone is welcome. (Marianne Miller)
 

CSF (California Scholastic Federation)

A statewide organization with a mission to promote scholastic achievement and community service. The club meets at lunch. Lifetime members are recognized at graduation by the gold cords they wear. (Loc Huynh)

Drama/Thespian

Involved in a variety of “dramatic” activities at Clairemont. They have sponsored school plays, assemblies, musicals and a variety of other productions. Members have also visited and performed at local elementary schools to entertain and teach. (Stacey Allen) 

DRAMA WEBSITE (the views and opinions expressed in this website are not associated with the administration of the Clairemont High School Web Site.)

F.E.A.

FEA (Future Educators of America) encourages and provides support to students planning to become future educators. Club members participate in retreats and conferences and promote leadership. Large scholarships have been awarded each year to qualified members. (Landau/Lunetta)

Gay Students Alliance

Simone Nolet

Globetrotters

GLOBETROTTERS plan trips abroad. Meetings are at lunch where plans are made for trips, videos are viewed about different cultures and travel tips are presented. (Meg Moore)

Key Club

Michelle Shin

KEY (Kiwanis Educating Youth) CLUB

Affiliated with Kiwanis International. This service club meets at lunch with their advisor and plans a variety of community service projects. Key Club has participated in beach cleanups, sweater and blanket drives, canned food drives and projects which feed the homeless. This is a great club for those interested in helping and working in the community, and making friends at the same time.

M.E.Ch.A Club

Movimiento Estudientil Chicano Aztlan (Karina Ocampo)

Music Clubs

Available in a variety of areas for students who are not able to fit band or choir into their busy schedules. Students can become involved in jazz band, jazz choir, afterschool men’s choir and many other musical opportunities. (Don Kuhli)

SAMAHAN ASIAN CLUB

Celebrates the cultures, foods, and languages of Asian Pacific cultures. Members have had ethnic potlucks, celebrated Asian New Year, promoted films and participated in ethnic food making. (Loc Huynh)

Surf

Meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month to watch videos and compete in surf competitions. (Dan Knight)

Yearbook

An elective class for students interested in producing the yearbook. Students learn all facets of production: writing, photography, editing, Adobe Pagemaker, Photoshop and marketing. All students are welcome to apply for this class in the spring for the following school year. (Gary Jimenez)