Clubs List 2016-17
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2016-17 Clubs
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PurposeMeeting DaysAdvisorType
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(ASB $ acct.)
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4HTo provide opportunities for students who are 4H members from various
communities to meet and collaborate and to offer opportunity for non-4H members to learn more about the club.
D27 1st WednesdayMs. BraunsteinAcademic
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Achieve Excellence For AllOnline tutoring for students in grades K-8.C12
3rd Thursdays
Ms. JayAcademic
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Action SportsTo unite anyone who participates in action sports at Carlmont.E1 FridaysMr. HarrisonSocial
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AlohaTo share the Hawaiian culture.Gym
1st/3rd Thursdays
Mr. HeckEthnic
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Anatomy AcademyTo help students explore the medical and biotech industry.E6 2nd/4th FridaysMr WallerAcademic
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AnimationTo promote and expand our students' imagination, creative, and artistic
abilities. We also want students to create something original.
F10 FridaysMr. SheridanAcademic
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Arch-UrbanTo discuss and explore architecture and other related fields such as
urban studies.
C12
1st/3rd Wednesdays
Ms. JayAcademic
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ArmenianTo bring together Carlmont's Armenian community and to raise awareness of Armenian related events.E7 TuesdaysMr. NicholsEthnic
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ArtTo promote the arts.F-22 TuesdaysMs. HodgesAcademicHodges/Condos
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Aviation Discussion BoardTo research about aviation and know more about the future career.C11 FridaysMs. LordAcademic
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AVIDAdvancement Via Individual Determination. To have a place for AVID students to get help, do homework, and have fun.D-12 Last Friday of monthMr. MiskellyAcademicMiskelly
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BakingTo share the love of baking with othersA14 2nd/4th MondaysMs. LewellenSocial
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BaseballTo fund raise for the baseball teamBaseball FieldMr. ValleroFundraisingVallero
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Basketball Boys
(Boys Roundball)
To fund raise for the boys basketball teamGymMr. SmithFundraisingSmith
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Basketball Girls
(Girls Roundball)
To fund raise for the girls basketball programGymMr. MoriFundraisingSmith, Mori
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Bike To discuss all things bicycle.C11
1st/3rd Fridays
Ms. LordSocial
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Biotechnology InstituteTo unite like minds and expand our horizons in science. To allow
students to grow as public speakers and become more confident in their scientific knowldege through discussing current ethical issues and events.
D26 Thursdays
Ms. Gold/Ms. GarveyAcademic
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Boys and Girls
Sports
To promote sports on campus.GymMr. SmithFundraisingSmith
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Boys VolleyballLapuz/Smith
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BSU (Black Student
Union)
Share about African-American culture, about what is unique about being African-American and to practice leadership skillsD16 ThursdaysMs. McGinnisEthnic
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California Scholarship FoundationCSF is a community service organization for students who have attained high academic achievement.C13 WednesdaysMs. RedmonServiceRedmon
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Card Game To play a variety of card gamesD7 TuesdaysMr. SchoensteinSocial
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CeramicsTo allow people to work with clay and provide ceramics resources.F13 1st/3rd MondayMs. CondosSocial
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Chemistry
Olympiad
To prepare and educate students for the Chemistry Olympiad.B2 ThursdaysMr. GuzmanAcademic
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ChessTo teach kids how to play chess and have them interact with each other in gamesD-10 FridaysMr. SkrableSocial
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Chinese Culture Club (CCC)To educate members of Chinese traditions and culture; visit prominent landmarks where first Chinese Americans lived. U14 1st/3rd FridaysMs. ChiangEthnicChiang
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Choir CouncilTo fundraise for the Carlmont Choirs, run concerts and make sure that the commuinity at large is aware of the Carlmont Choral ProgramChoir Room, F21 FridaysMs. TepFundraisingTep
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ChristianTo provide a place where christians and non-christians can meet to discuss faith, have fellowship and community, serve our campus, and go deeper in our faith together.C-13 ThursdaysMs. RedmonReligious
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Classic FilmTo expand knowledge of world cinema.A1 FridaysMr. MigdailSocial
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ClimbingTo share our common joy for climbing and the climbing community.C12 WednesdaysMs. JaySocial
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Computer ScienceTo introduce people to code, syntax, and concepts. To increase members' programming experience, and to expand awareness of the applications of computer programs in today's society.D24 MondaysMs. VoldstadAcademic
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Creative reWritersFor discussion and sharing of student writings, with emphasis on exploration of the creative process, especially in relation to the writing of fiction.A-16 MondaysMs. WallaceAcademicWallace, Parker-Campbell
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Cross CountryTo raise funds for teamDailyMr. SmithFundraisingSmith
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Cubes in SpaceTo form teams to compete in the Cubes in Space program.A-10
2nd/4th Thursdays
Mr. FungSocial
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DanceTo produce and participate in various dance performances throughout the
school year on campus and in the community.
Dance Studio
2nd/4th Tuesday
Ms. SecristFundraisingSecrist
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Dead Poets'
Society
To write, read, and perform all kinds of poetry and in the process expand our knowledge and world view.Studio Theater
Mondays
Ms. MartinAcademic
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DebateTo develop public speaking skills, have scrimmages, mock trials at
lunch, and prepare for debates.
E4 MondaysMs. ManuelAcademicManuel
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DemocratsTo create a dialogue and discussion on Democratic policies and
beliefs. To organize students to help campaign for the elections. To help
register people
E6
1st/3rd Tuesdays
Mr. WallerPolitical Awareness
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DramaTo support drama events.Studio Theater
1st Tuesday
Ms. TepFundraisingTep
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Drum LinePromote school spirit and develop drum skills and artistryF20 & Football
Field after school
Mondays & mornings on Wed.'s
Mr. DabaldoAcademic
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Dumbledore's
Army
To share our enthusiasm about Harry Potter and do fun and exciting activities.E-8 2nd/4th WednesdaysMr. GarciaSocial
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Entrepreneur To expose students to entrepreneurship and business by forming real
companies through the MIT Launch program
E11 WednesdaysMr. TsuchiyamaAcademic
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EnvironmentalTo engage students in environmental inititatives at school.C3
1st/3rd Wednesdays
Ms. HeroPolitical Awareness
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FeministTo teach and discuss feminism, hold campaigns, and work to influence
social change.
D21 FridaysMs. McKeePolitical Awareness
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Filipino To expose students to the richness of Filipino culture and the tastiness
of Filipino cuisine.
A12 2nd/4th WednesdaysMr. NguyenEthnic
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Film MakingTo collaborate with other students to make video skits and films.D7
1st/3rd Mondays
Mr. SchoensteinSocial
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Fitness/Weight TrainingTo promote a healthy lifestyle among Carlmont studentsWeight Room
Wednesdays
Mr. LowFitness
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FootballTo promote the sport of football and contribute to school spirit.Football Field Daily
Mr. Smith
FundraisingSmith
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For A Child's SakeTo collect plastic bottles and send the proceeds to an organization to
improve the lives of children who have lesser opportunities.
A5
1st/3rd Mondays
Ms. BurtonChariity
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French Honor
Society
To provide advance French Honors students with increased opportunities to immerse themselves in the French language and to offer their expertise in French in order to tutor their classmates.A-5 2nd & 4th ThursdaysMs. BurtonEthnicBurton
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Friends of Millard
Fillmore
To organize, plan, and participate in FOMF weekend.D27 TuesdaysMs. BraunsteinAcademicMr. Migdail
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Game DevelopmentTo create a video game with the ultimate PvP system.T9 WednesdaysMr. MiguelAcademic
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Gender and Sexuality AllianceTo provide a supportive, nurturing, and active environment for LGBTQ
youth and their allies.
D11 WednesdaysMr. RamrothPolitical AwarenessMr. Ramroth
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GermanProvide an opportunity to practice and learn German language
through conversation, shared books, and movies.
U22 WednesdaysMs. HerndonAcademic
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Girl UpAn international movement uniting and empowering girls to change the
world by providing Academic, health, and security
TBAMs. HumesSocial Awareness
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Girls Who CodeTo breach the gender gap by teaching girls how to code and convince
girls that they have the ability to code.
D24 ThursdaysMr. LaiAcademic
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GoTo play the board game "Go."D10 FridaysMr. SkrableSocial
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GolfTo fund raise for the Golf team.VariedMr. SmithFundraisingSmith
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Guitar To grow guitar playing skills at Carlmont.T3 TuesdaysMr. CappelsSocial
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Guys VolleyballTo expose guys to volleyball and hopefully make a team for Spring.C14 1st/3rd MondaysMs. ShustermanFundraising
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Health Occupations Students of America
(HOSA)
To promote career opportunities in the health care industry and allow
students who are interested in the field to learn more.
C2 TuesdaysMr. SchaalAcademic
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HearthstoneTo play the game Hearthstone and have tournaments.F10 WednesdaysMr. SheridanSocial
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Heartstrings MusicTo spread passion for music. To serve the community. To gain performing
experience.
Studio Theater
1st Wednesday
Ms. MartinService
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Hip HopTo promote hip hop culture through dance.A12 TuesdaysMr. NguyenCulture
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Hope BrigadeTo spread awareness for all types of cancer in humans and animals.C4
2nd/4th Thursdays
Ms. NozikSocial Awareness
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HydroponicsTo educate others on alternate methods of growing crops in sustainable
ways to help reduce society's carbon footprint.
F12 TuesdayMs. SchulmanAcademic
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Indian To promote the Indian culture.D16 MondaysMs. McGinnisEthnic
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Instrumental Music CouncilTo sponsor performances in the community
F20
2nd/4th Wednesdays
Mr. DabaldoFundraising
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InteractTo engage in community service activities in order to better our communityE17 WednesdaysMs. DavisServiceDavis
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InternationalTo help new students to the U.S. with adjusting to school life, study support, and friendship.C11 2nd/4th WednesdaysMs. LordAcademic
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InvestmentTo learn more about the stock market and to discuss current trends
and influences of the stock market.
A10 1st/3rd FridaysMr. TalcottAcademic
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Japanese Pop
Culture
To view and discuss Japanese Anime moviesE-7 ThursdaysMr. NicholsEthnic
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Jazz ComboTo develop jazz improvisation skills.F20
1st/3rd Mondays
Mr. DabaldoAcademic
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Jewish To create a fun way for Jewish teens to meet while increasing knowledge of Jewish culture at Carlmont.F12 FridaysMs. SchulmanEthnic
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Junior Statesmen of AmericaTo engage students in political discourse and to provide opportunities for students to participate in politics by meeting civic leaders and debating.D22 MondaysMs. Sokoloski-WeismanPolitical AwarenessWeisman
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Key
To volunteer activities in alliance with the Kiwanis Club and Key Club
international.
D-12 1st & 3rd ThursdayMr. MiskellyServiceMiskelly
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Korean American Student Association
(KASA)
To promote and share Korean culture and cuisine.D3
2nd/4th Fridays
Mr. BraunsteinEthnic
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Kozy KidsWe make blankets to donate to Stanford Childrens Hospital.C12 FridaysMs. JayCharityJay
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LacrosseTo fund raise for the Lacrosse teams.Mr. SmithFundraisingSmith
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Latinos Literatos
Members will read texts in Spanish and discuss them. We will practice
a more formal Spanish.
A2 ThursdaysMr. TurkisAcademic
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Latinos
Unidos
To expose Carlmont to Hispanic/Latino culture.T5 or U12
Thursdays
Ms. Godina and
Ms. Arguluza
EthnicGodina, Arguluza
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Leaders for Environmental Protection
and Awareness (LEAP)
To educate others and conduct awareness events about
environmental issues today.
E10 ThursdaysMs. PearlmanPolitical Awareness
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Lunch in a PickleTo develop student vocational and transition skills.T-13 Thursdays & FridaysMs. MorrisAcademicMs. Morris
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Maker
To teach members about the world of 3d printing and give members
opportunities to design and 3d print their own ideas.
C2 MondaysMr. SchaalAcademic
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Martial ArtsTo learn and show appreciation for martial arts.T10 FridaysMs. GatzertSocial
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Math
To generate interest in math and enhance the students' problem solving
skills
D11
1st/3rd Tuesdays
Mr. Tsuchiyama
Mr. Ramroth
AcademicMr. Tsuchiyama
Mr. Ramroth
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Mental Health
Awareness
To educate and possibly provide a safe space for discussion on
mental health issues
E14 MondaysMs. CallanAcademic
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Mock TrialTo learn about the criminal justice system (American law, criminal courts, related social issues, links to recent history and current events)E2 5:30-7:00 pm Tues & ThursMr. GomezAcademic
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Model United NationsTo promote a diplomatic dialogue among Carlmont students in an
accepting and non-biased environment through debate, discussion,
and legislative simulation and advocacy.
D3 FridaysMr. BraunsteinPolitical Awareness*
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Muslim FellowshipTo provide the comfort of a Muslim body on campus; to bring awareness of Islamic values and Muslim culture; and to nurture interfaith dialogue.D7 ThursdayMr. SchoensteinEthnic
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New Visions of
Tomorrow
We are a high school chapter of a non-profit organization dedicated to
enhancing the lives of the blind and visually impaired.
D-2 1st MondayMs. StewardSocial Awareness
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Newspaper - Carlmont
Highlander
Publication of newspaper and news webpage
3rd Tues & Thurs
2:30-5:00 pm
Mr. RaisnerFundraisingMr. Raisner
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Ocean
Bring together people interested in the ocean and talk about ocean
safety, analyze swell charts, beach clean-ups, watch surf movies,
talk about preserving the ocean ecosystem.
U23
1st/3rd Wednesdays
Mr. EngbergSocial
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Origins of Society
Have seminar style discussions with a group of students with diverse
ideas and different points of view in order to have intellectual discussions
about modern issues or aspects of society and their origins.
D26
1st/3rd Tuesdays
Ms. GarveyAcademic
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Oxfam/UNICEFTo raise awareness for and support the improvement of poverty,
hunger, and injustice through various activities.
E7 WednesdaysMr. NicholsSocial Awareness
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PAW (Protecting Animals Worldwide)To promote animal rights and encourage animal welfare.
A3
2nd/4th Wednesdays
Ms. PiercePolitical Awareness
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PersianTo spread knowledge of Persian culture.
A11 1st/3rd Fridays
Mr. TalcottEthnic*
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PhilosophyTo learn and discuss philosophy in regards to text and current events and study logic and argument.A-2 MondaysMr. TurkisAcademic
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