Granada High School

Clubs

 

Check Out Granada High School Clubs for 2016-17!

Please see Mrs. Lemmon  for club charter applications if you would like to start a club.

Charters need to be re-submitted every year.

 

CLUB NAME ADVISOR PRESIDENT ROOM WHEN DESCRIPTION
Advanced Calculus Clifton S. Plantenga 405 Tues Lunch, every three weeks Further educate ourselves in Calculus to prepare for college
Art Thournir M. Carmona 601 Thurs Lunch Beautifying the school and the community
ASETVS Clifton/Baez A. Ackerman 407 Mon & Fri after school Modeling astrophysics and space exploration through virtual simulation
Astronomy Clifton S. Krafcik 405 Fri Lunch Exploration & discussion of space
Basketball Marine, Avilla, McCafferty, Moore E. Moseby Small Gym or Big Gym

Mon - Thu Lunch

Get exercise and enjoy the game of basketball
Beach Volleyball Cortez A. Youngblood sand courts TBD Volleyball competition on the sand courts
Black Student Union Robles A. Duffy 207 2 & 4 Fri Lunch Unite African-American student and learn about history
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) McCombs   301 Fri Lunch Scholarships and service
Chess/Entertainment Matheson A. Bains/A. Rajesh 100 Lunch Daily Playing chess and other games
Current Event Martin J. Cleric 302 Tue Lunch Promoting, educating & discussing worldwide affairs in a safe environment.
Debate Matheson J. Fogerson 100 Tue Lunch Develop public speaking skill and inform students of world events
Equestrian D. Bailey T. Palma 606 Tue Lunch Sharing a love of horses
Film K. Pickering-Walters R. Hutchinson 608 Tue/Thu Lunch Create films in and out of normal school hours
FIDM Fashion Club Etesse G. Masingale P-22 Mon Lunch Providing a forum for interested students to learn more about fashion
French Lillie H. Vu P-21 Thu Lunch Learning and enjoying French language and culture
Girls Who Code K. Willis S. Yan 401 Thurs 3:15 Learning to program from a Livermore Lab employee
Granada Math Clifton D. Wang 405 Mon Lunch Explore topics in math and promote it among our peers
Gender, Sexuality Alliance Rasor Z. Guelfand S-3 Tue Lunch LGBTQ+ community club for help and support
Health/Bring Change 2 Mind Aubel S. Wenzel S-1 Thu Lunch Spread awareness of mental health issues and the danger of vaping and tobacco use
Hip-Hop Dancing Drief R. Aranador

P-10

Small Gym

Fri Lunch

Wed Lunch

Practice and perform contemporary hip-hop and street dance
Ice Hockey Meier T. Rodgers 201 E/O Thu Lunch Promote the development of qualities in the student-athlete by competing in hockey.
Interact Dourov L.Rodgers/J.Hoang 205 Thu Lunch Dedicated to service and international understanding
Jefferson Awards McCafferty Y.Srikumar 306 Fri Lunch Developing high school students into community leaders
Knit Wit Dayton R. Valdovinos 305

Mon Lunch

Fri 3:29

Learn and develop the skills of knitting, crocheting and other crafts
Latino Ventura L. Rocha P-26 Tue Lunch To involve all students who identify with the Latino community
Literary Society McGowan A. Kifer MM3 Wed Lunch Discuss and enjoy books and spread the joy of reading to others
Me to We Newkirk   308 Wed Lunch Investigate & focus on international and domestic issues to assist those in need.
Mock Trial Mariotti B. Mock 404 Tue/Thu Lunch Prepare and compete in mock trial competitions
Outdoor Sporting Rankin G. West P-3 Tues Lunch Hold activities that help us reconnect with the outdoors and discover ways to preserve and maintain regional parks
Red Cross Miller/Lumbard

C. Morris

 

S-12 Lunch Assist the Red Cross in projects and services
Robotics Danner J. Cable 604 Daily Lunch Build and design robots for competitions
Shakespeare Jost H. Vu 509 Wed Lunch Read and analyze the plays of William Shakespeare
Shooting Stars Booe   Small Gym Tue Lunch Cheer squad for special needs students
Smash Bros. Baez S. Ferguson 402 Tue/Fri Lunch Uniting people to have fun and create a community for playing games
Table Tennis J. Avilla O. Rooney 209 monthly TBD Opportunity to play table tennis with other students
Tri- M Clifton/Jones T. Borg 405 Wed Lunch Serving the community through music
Ultimate Frisbee Meier R. Murray turf field Mon Lunch Hosts pick up Ultimate Frisbee games on campus
Werewolf Cole A. Lagodzinski MM2 Mon/Thu lunch Participating in the game "Werewolf" which uses communication and critical thinking
X-Youth Musick I. Montanaro 105 Mon Lunch Aims to guide students in a healthy lifestyle which is free of drugs and alcohol, as well as showcase a fun and safe atmosphere.