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Red Bluff High School

Clubs 2022-2023


Advisor(s) –Marybel Torres -

Summary:  Ballet Folkloric of Red Bluff High School is a dance club that learns dances from different states of Mexico and Latin America. Our mission is to expand awareness of the Latin American culture through dance, develop leadership skills and empower positive relationships.  Club meets Thursdays after school from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Room H103.


Advisor –Jessica Gantenbein - E106


A club for 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. Connect Crew is composed of students who want to make it easier for freshmen and transfer students to become a part of Red Bluff High school. We take part in Jump Start, Freshmen Orientation, and other welcoming activities. An application is necessary and will be available in May.

Diversity Club

Advisor(s) - Sofia Harris and Lee Shilts and 


The Diversity Club welcomes and encourages all students to identify, question and cross social boundaries. Our Goal is to provide a safe and inclusive space for all members of the school community regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, or ability. Members of The Diversity Club are open-minded and ready to spread the message of inclusion and acceptance throughout the school and community.

Club Meets Weekly on Tuesdays at lunch time in A-3.


Advisor(s) - Austin Shilts (

The DnD club is a very welcoming and accepting club to all who wish to join. We urge that all people seeking adventure through Dungeons & Dragons join us. We meet for an hour and a half after school on Thursdays in Room F101. Adventure and excitement await all who join.


Advisor - Rochelle Barajas                                   

The Femineer® Program was originally created and funded by Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Engineering in 2013 to inspire additional females to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in their education and career. SDSU’s College of Engineering adopted the Femineer® Program Fall 2016. The program provides K-12 students with project-based learning, female engineering student mentors, and opportunities to visit a Femineer® affiliate university, while building a sustainable program and community for current and future STEM leaders.

FNL (Friday Night Live) CLUB

Advisor(s) –Adrienne Wagner -


Friday Night Live Friday Night Live builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities. This year at FNL we will look at areas our community can be improved, makes plans for how to make improvements, put those plans into action and assess the outcome. We will attend the REACH leadership conference in Chico and possibly other conferences. Friday Night Live (FNL) meets in Room L108. We will meet every other Wed after school unless there is a need for more. Hailey Zensin from TC Public Health cochair's and she provides rides homes if the student has the two permission slips completed by a parent and turned in prior to the meeting. They can get them from Ms. Wagner in her classroom.


Advisor(s) –Jenny Lynn Svejda, Matt Pritchard, Lacy Trunnell and Devin Yates-


FFA develops premier leadership, career success, and personal growth through agriculture education, leadership development, and competitive teams. FFA increases awareness of the importance of agriculture and its contribution to our well-being; strengthens the confidence of agriculture students; encourages wise management of resources of the community; develops interpersonal skills in teamwork, communications, human relations and social interaction; builds character and promotes citizenship, volunteerism and patriotism; promotes cooperative attitudes among all people; promotes healthy lifestyles; and encourages excellence in scholarship.


Advisor(s) –Fred Null


Key Club is a service organization for high school students, which operates under school regulations and draws its membership from the student body. Key Club differs from other organizations in many ways. It is unique because it is sponsored by a local Kiwanis Club, composed of the leading business and professional people of the community. Key Club's objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices. It functions not only on the local level, but on a district and international level. This highly developed structure provides programs, literature, and the opportunity to relate to teenagers from countries all around the world. Key Club is the largest high school service organization of its kind in the world.  

We meet once a month in room e102. There are meetings on Wednesdays usually mid month or before major events.


Advisor(s) – Gina Cortez-Nava-


Love Equals Respect Club is committed to the students of Red Bluff High School. Our team will collaborate with each other, bring awareness about teen domestic violence, and educate the other youth through activities; i.e. lunchtime activities on campus, club activities, and mentoring opportunities. Through prevention education, we aim to remove any barriers between students. Together with our Youth Leadership Team, we will establish a school climate with zero tolerance to violence and promote positive interactions with healthy boundaries. We meet Tuesday’s in      Come and join the fun!

NAMI ON CAMPUS ((Mental Health Awareness) HIGH SCHOOL CLUB

Advisor(s) –Darbie Andrews -


NAMI on Campus High School (NCHS) Clubs are student-led groups on high school campuses, where students can talk openly about mental health and wellness, learn ways to support friends or family members who have a mental illness, and educate others on campus about mental health and wellness. The goal of NCHS Clubs is to end stigma by raising awareness that mental illness is not rare and should be treated like any other kind of medical condition. Club leaders and members become advocates within their school and local community, and work towards creating a more positive and mental health-supportive school environment. 

We meet every 1st and 3rd Monday at lunch in Room A-3.  Join our Google Classroom:  6xpd3et.   

ECO CLUB                        

Advisor – David Michael -


The purpose of the ECO Club is to interact with our local environment in an effort to educate students on issues, impact, preparation, and safety, all the while having fun.  The plan for this year’s activities are: Campus Recycling Coordination, Community Clean-Up, and wildfire trail rehabilitation.  We meet on announced Wednesdays at lunch in Room E101


Advisor – Margaret Gambetta -

Summary:  We celebrate diversity and accept all people.  We focus on the LGBTQ+ community and all students who want to support this community.  We have activities to address anti-bullying, acceptance, and provide information on a variety of topics.  We will do one school activity per month.

PRISM Club meets every Wednesday in room A-3


Advisor(s) –Mayra Hernández,


Society of Latinos Empowering Students Club is open for all students.  The

goal is for Latino students to become more involved in school activities, help the community, make new friends, be leaders and motivate students to do better in school. This club also participates in various fundraisers to provide scholarships for Red Bluff High School Latino students, to help community members and students in need.  Second Tuesday of the month.

Room H203 lunch time


Advisor(s) – Robin Manz - 

Lisa Nul -

Summary: Art Club is for all  students interested in creating art at any level. Art club will make art, try different art supplies and tools, and create its own art projects. Art club will create community projects. 

Meets every Wednesday at lunch in room 96 or 95.