WHS Club List 2016-2017
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Club NameClub DescriptionClub CategoryClub AdvisorMeeting Location
How often will meetings be held?
Meeting Day (of the week)
President First & Last Name
President Email
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90's Culture Appreciation ClubWe immerse ourselves in the rich, illustrious culture of the 1990's. CulturalMelissa DormanK105BiweeklyFridayAlyssa Salinas99alyssas@gmail.com
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Advocates for AnimalsHelp the homeless cats and dogs of the Irvine Animal Care Center. ServiceAlyssa BarrettK209MonthlyWednesdayRebecca Culbertsonbecculb@gmail.com
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American and Chinese Cultural ExchangePositive culture exchange among students in-campus and students outside of school with different backgrounds and religions.CulturalMrs. Speicherk-211BiweeklyFridayYimeng(claire) Li
claireli0427@gmail.com
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American Cancer SocietyAdvocates for the American Cancer Society foundation. ServiceChristopher Le PageG102MonthlyMondayKatherine Dang
katherinedang17@gmail.com
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American Liver FoundationSpread awareness of how to detect and prevent liver diseases.ServiceMr. HarringtonG202MonthlyMondayNathan Ng
nathanng116@gmail.com
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Anilab!A place for artists to come together and create graphic novels.RecreationalMrs. Lisa GuiseppeB102BiweeklyThursdayYuuki Kurokoshi
canon9654@gmail.com
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Anime TheatreA community for anime lovers, RecreationalDaniel KozakJ213WeeklyTuesdayLucy Xulucyxu49@gmail.com
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Art ClubUsing art to get involved around school. RecreationalMr. TakenoB202BiweeklyWednesdayEmma Steward
Emmaesteward@gmail.com
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Associations of Student InquiryStudents with interest in international history and current global developments. AcademicMr. AtallahS5WeeklyThursdayMecklit Terefe
mecklitterefe7@gmail.com
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Astronomy ClubLearn about astronomy and meet new people who have similar interests. RecreationalJohn ConantL104BiweeklyFridayHelen Zhao
behappywithhelen@gmail.com
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Atheist ClubProvides a sense of community and togetherness for nonreligious or atheist students.ReligiousWesley BanhJ202BiweeklyFridayDarren Lin
lindarren0217@gmail.com
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Badminton ClubStudents who play badminton.RecreationalHerrmansF203MonthlyMondayEvelyn Pinjen Wu
evelynwu88@gmail.com
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Beach VolleyballFor people who enjoy volleyball on sandRecreationalAlan Ho K204MonthlyWednesdayAlex Mulleralexlemec@gmail.com
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Book ClubWe will write a complete children's book by the end of the school year.RecreationalHaleyJ203BiweeklyThursdayHyo Sun (Sunny) Lee
sunnylee1001@gmail.com
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Bring the Change for Children Fundraising to donate money to save children. ServiceMs. Munoz E105BiweeklyTuesdayNegin Mashhadi
negin.mashhadi@gmail.com
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Cali WildlifeCali Wildlife spreads awareness and fundraises for endangered species. ServiceJamie SodorffE102BiweeklyTuesdayEmma Benzemmzybe@gmail.com
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California Association of Student CouncilsStrives to improve the quality of life in the world by developing skilled, ethical and sensitive leaders of diverse backgrounds and cultures. ServiceLePageG102 MonthlyMondayAnnie Chang
anniechang215@gmail.com
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Chess ClubA place where people new to the game can learn the ins and outs of chess and where veterans can play as well. AcademicKelly HermanE201twice a weekWednesdayTomas Castro
tscastro0801@hotmail.com
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Chess ClubLearn or refine your chess skills.
RecreationalIan GarrovillasK108BiweeklyTuesdaySepehr Khosravisefer9000@gmail.com
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Chinese Culture ClubBring Chinese culture to Woodbridge High School. CulturalMrs. ChaoL103MonthlyWednesdayHarley Sutton
harleysutton21@gmail.com
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Chinese Volunteering clubOur club provides an access for Chinese speakers to volunteer at Irvine Chinese School ServiceDan KozakK211MonthlyFridayAnnie Pang
annytianqipang@gmail.com
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CHOC-olateChildren's illness awareness club that offers community service in order to improve the lives of hospitalized children suffering from life threatening diseases. ServiceJamie SodorffE-102WeeklyWednesdayMariam Gasmi
mariamng17@gmail.com
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Clinic in the ParkMembers will volunteer at a “one-stop shop” for health and get first hand experience on what it is like to provide aid to those in need. ServiceMrs. NguyenE204BiweeklyFridayEmily Kimem10min@gmail.com
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Coding ClubPeople work together in a group to create a program (app, website, other).AcademicHermansF203WeeklyThursdayBrendan Khourybk3468@gmail.com
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College Tutoring Club Familiarize students with AP and honors courses, SATs/ACT, college application process. AcademicMr. TezakJ113WeeklyMondayParsa RiaziRiazi.parsa@gmail.com
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Drama ClubMaking good friends while enjoying the art of theaterCulturalCassandra Gaona H201BiweeklyWednesdayEmma Munguia
emmalambmunguia@gmail.com
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Dungeons & Dragons ClubEducate people how to play dnd and other RPG games as well as play themRecreationalMr. GibasE103WeeklyMondayMichelle Allencinnibon1@gmail
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Earth Resource FoundationEnvironmental educational non-profit organization developed to empower the general public with the resources needed to make environmentally sustainable choices and changes.
ServiceAndrew GibasE103BiweeklyWednesdayRichmond Horikawa
richmondhorikawa@gmail.com
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Eco Over EgoTo bring together responsible, compassionate environmentalists, make them aware of their power to save the planet, and empower them to do so.RecreationalJenny MuñozE105MonthlyWednesdayElizabeth GariziRedoylbb@gmail.com
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Expressions Dance ClubTo provide an opportunity to all who enjoy expressing themselves through multiple areas of movement. RecreationalMr. Perez L107BiweeklyWednesdayJasmine Rodriguez
jazzyunlimited1@yahoo.com
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Families Together of Orange CountyDedicated to assist in overcoming obstacles and to serve as the bridge between the people within our community and the services that they need.ServiceMrs. MattairS-4BiweeklyWednesdayJoseph Kimjskim210@gmail.com
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Fellowship of Christian AthleteHuddles every other week on Monday in the upper gym. ReligiousMrs. Waltonupper gymBiweeklyMondayCole Suistecolesuiste@gmail.com
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Feminist Alliance Students who want to talk about Women’s Rights ServiceMr.MatamalesG203MonthlyThursdayDayeon Emily Kimdyhare123@gmail.com
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FIDM Fashion ClubWork directly with the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising to learn more about fashion design, makeup design, and interior designRecreationalJillian RogersB202BiweeklyThursdayKaylea Danieliankdanielian@cox.net
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Free Tea and Deep QuotesOpen student discussion on philosophic topics that are often ignored in the traditional classroom setting.RecreationalDavid GeskK106MonthlyWednesdayAdvaith Rai
advaith_rai@yahoo.com
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Friendship CircleFriendship Circle is a club designed to interact with the special needs students on campus, as well as inform other students on about special needs that are prevalent in society. ServiceMaria GomezL105BiweeklyThursdayNicole Mandelbaum
nicks.mandelbaum@gmail.com
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Girls Who CodeWe seek to provide a welcoming environment for girls to explore and develop their interests in computer science. AcademicKim Hermans F203WeeklyWednesdayAnnie Chang
anniechang215@gmail.com
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GO Chess clubDiscover Go, the ancient Asian board game RecreationalMrs Lisa GuiseppeB201 MonthlyFridayDaniel Cheng
saycheese345@gmail.com
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Good NeighborsClub meetings and activities will focus on Project Cookstoves, which supports families affected by poverty in Guatemala with clean and efficient cookstoves. ServiceMrs. BrinerG103WeeklyMondayHannah Kim
hannahkim922@gmail.com
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Halo Dance for Autism ClubTo educate and serve children with autism to help them achieve their highest level of independence at home, in school and in the community.ServiceMrs. Klausupper gym MonthlyMondayCaroline Gibbon
caroline.gibbon826@gmail.com
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Health Organization Students of AmericaTo promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.ServiceMs. SevernS2BiweeklyThursdayElizabeth Chang
elizabethchang1425@gmail.com
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Help The Homeless A place where students will be educated about the homeless population of the LA and Orange country area, and will learn about and participate in different ways to get involved. ServiceMs. Blackie E104BiweeklyThursdayMiki Dubery mikidubery@gmail.com
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History Bowl/ Quiz Bowl History quiz competition for teams of up to 6 students. AcademicMr. PachecoS1WeeklyTuesdayElizabeth Chang
elizabethchang1425@gmail.com
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Human Relations ClubInform students who wish to participate of the correct ways to handle business, personal, and social relationships and situations.RecreationalCassandra StephensRoom J103WeeklyTuesdayAndrey Skorodumov
quickandrey@gmail.com
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Ice Hockey clubA place where hockey players can get together and have fun.RecreationalJeff AlexanderJ211MonthlyWednesdayJoshua Alexander
9joshuaalexander@gmail.com
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IllustWorking to produce an art magazine that would gather on-campus students' artworkCulturalBrianna NguyenE204BiweeklyMondayYechan Yang
17yangyechan@gmail.com
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Indian Culture ClubA club to teach people and host different events about the Indian Culture.CulturalMrs. BrinerG-103MonthlyWednesdayRevanth Yamani
revanthy619@gmail.com
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International Current EventsDiscuss the current events going on internationally to keep people "in the loop"AcademicMrs. ChaoL103BiweeklyTuesdayHarley Sutton
harleysutton21@gmail.com
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International Movie Appreciation ClubDevelop global identity as a citizen of the worldwide community; to educate members on film techniques and styles originating from across the planet by watching movies from around the world.RecreationalMr.MatamalesG 203WeeklyWednesdayAmanda
amandahuang1031@gmail.com
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It's Cycling not BikingA club about the sport of cyclingRecreationalMr. Tezacj113WeeklyWednesdayEli Sevillaehtthe@gmail.com
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Jewish Student UnionJewish students at Woodbridge High School come together ReligiousJohn TzackJ113BiweeklyTuesdayBen Lieberman
Benelieberman@gmail.com
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JPEG (Junior Photography Exploration Group)Enriching students with knowledge and techniques of photography and film, and providing a social environment for students to interact and have fun.
RecreationalMr. BakerD105BiweeklyThursdayConnor Simon
connorsimon98@gmail.com
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Junior Classical LeagueA multifaceted Latin club dedicated to promoting a love for Latin, community service, and lasting bonds. AcademicEleanor StuartL101WeeklyTuesdayAlyssa Cadavona
cadavona.alyssa@gmail.com
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Junior States of AmericaA nationwide, nonprofit, nonpartisan political organization for high school students. AcademicMr. Normank201WeeklyTuesdaySammie Gomez
sammiegomezzz@yahoo.com
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Junior World Affairs CouncilThis club will select teams of four to represent Woodbridge in the OC Academic WorldQuest competition in February. AcademicFrank HarringtonG-202WeeklyMondayWilliam Tong
williamtong255@gmail.com
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K-Pop ClubBring together fellow students who enjoy and share the same interests in Korean pop music culture. RecreationalBrad HarrisM-101MonthlyFridayJihyun Kimjihyunk100@gmail.com
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Key ClubInternational community service club promoting leadership, character, and inclusiveness.ServiceAndrew GibasE103WeeklyTuesdaySpencer Sheenspsheen97@gmail.com
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Kids United in Orange CountyGet community service hours while helping under-privileged children in Orange County gain resources.ServiceConantL104MonthlyWednesdayAmna Zakiamnazaki1@gmail.com
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Kiva ClubImproving the lives of others in countries where opportunity and access to loans aren't easy to obtain. ServiceKaren BrinerG102BiweeklyWednesdayKirra Lunowkirral511@gmail.com
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Korean Culture ClubPromote Korean culture and students learn more about different aspects of Korea in school. CulturalChaoL103MonthlyWednesdayYeonHee Choi
yheechoi98@gmail.com
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Korean Food and Culture ClubStudents can come to our club and talk and learn about Korean culture. CulturalMrs.BlasdelM102BiweeklyWednesdayPromise Park
parkpromise@gmail.com
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Lending Hands
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Liberty in North KoreaPromote human rights issues that are happening in North Korea. ServiceJoy ChaoL103BiweeklyThursdayYeonHee Choi
yheechoi98@gmail.com
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Lincoln Douglas Debate ClubCompetitive debaters represent their school in national tournaments as well as provide opportunities to newcomers to compete on a regional scale in the debate category of Lincoln Douglas. AcademicJohn ConantL104
Monthly or the Friday before a Tournament
MondaySamuel Shih
samuel.yuen.shih@gmail.com
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Living LifeFocuses on reading the Bible and doing small groups and guest speakers.ReligiousKaren BrinerG103WeeklyTuesdayGrace Son2934Gson@gmail.com
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Made For MoreEncouraging students to pursue Jesus Christ along with friends.ReligiousBurr RobinsonK102
Every other week (bimonthly)
ThursdayZachary Belgum
zacharybelgum@sbcglobal.net
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Make-A-WishFundraising to donate to Make-A-Wish foundationServiceMr.GibasE103MonthlyWednesdayKanika Ahluwalia
kwalia1999@gmail.com
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Math ClubStudy with peers for the AMC 10/12 competition and volunteer at a middle school's MathCounts clubAcademicNicole HoustonK202WeeklyThursdayAnna Kim
annakim308@gmail.com
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Medical AwarenessTeach about different aspects of the medical field during meetings and hope to expand through guest speakers and out of school opportunities. AcademicCrystal Coopere202MonthlyFridayMitchell Lee
mplee1999@gmail.com
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Mock TrialStudents break down the case and act as lawyers and witnesses representing the two sides of the case.AcademicAlyssa BarrettK209WeeklyMondayAna Sayre
sayre.ana72@gmail.com
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Model United NationsAs delegates representing UN member states, students research their country and a realistic UN issue, and develop a position. AcademicHarringtonG202WeeklyTuesdayAshwin Tripathia4tripathi@gmail.com
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Mu Alpha Theta Cultivate an enthusiasm for math on campus by practicing for and competing in national math competitions such as the AMC 10/12, Log 1, and California Math League. AcademicDavid GeskK106WeeklyTuesdayAnnie Chang
anniechang215@gmail.com
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Multiple Sclerosis Awareness ClubSpread awareness for multiple sclerosisAcademicJohn TezakJ113MonthlyTuesdayAmir Parsa Arefian
parsaarefian@yahoo.com
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MuseCompiles the literary pieces of students on campus and publishes them in a journal every semester.AcademicChoeJ212BiweeklyWednesdayAnamaria Sayre
sayre.ana72@gmail.com
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Music to HealSupport the community, express character through musical achievements, unite students in friendship and fellowship on the campus through a common vision of benefitting the outside community through music.ServiceBrad HarrisM101WeeklyMondayNoah Pacisnpacis34@gmail.com
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National History Day Conduct in-depth research, analyze/synthesize sources, and create a project based on the information with the help of student mentors AcademicSpencer SchwerdtfegerG106BiweeklyWednesdayChai Won (Bella) An bella37hp@gmail.com
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Nature ClubGet together with others and share their similar interest: love of nature.RecreationalMr. DworzakS3every other weekTuesdayNatalie Imeshev
natalie040601@gmail.com
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Neuroscience ClubExplore the mysteries and the established knowledge of the Neuroscience fieldAcademicMs. SevernS2WeeklyWednesdayElizabeth Chang
elizabethchang1425@gmail.com
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Nihonjin ClubPromoting knowledge about and accessibility to Japanese culture on campus. ServiceDan KozakJ213MonthlyThursdayBrandon Christshinnosuke@cox.net
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NKinUSAHelp North Korean refugees in USA. ServiceKeith ClarksonMedia CenterMonthlyMondaySusie Han
susiemariahan@gmail.com
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Node Room ChatA club to create a NRC client, as well as other JavaScript projectsRecreationalHermansF203BiweeklyMondayJefferson Lee
jeffersonlee2000@gmail.com
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Nom Clothing AssociationDonating clothes, and will also be touching on the industry of fashion. ServiceIan GarrovillasG102MonthlyMondayKyle Robinson
kyle1robinson1@gmail.com
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Novel TranslatorsTranslate novels from different languages to EnglishServiceAlyssa BarrettK209MonthlyThursdayBugeon Kim
kbugeonkim0359@gmail.com
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OC ScienceSTEM service and opportunities to increase high school participation in the sciences. ServiceCrystal CooperE202WeeklyMondayPatrick Park
patrickpark910@gmail.com
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One GoalSpread the passion that we share about the sport of soccerRecreationalKeith ClarksonLibraryMonthlyWednesdayJoaquin Chang
joaquinchang11@gmail.com
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Orion Science JournalWoodbridge's news source for all things science and techAcademicHerrmanE201BimonthlyFridayAnna Rezhko
annaisnotonline1@gmail.com
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Overwatch ClubPeople interested and involved in the community of Overwatch can come together and work on teamwork and strategies.RecreationalMr. MatamalesG203WeeklyFridayAlexander Ozuna
alexanderozuna120@gmail.com
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Pennies for PigletsHelping families in Cambodia who were impacted by the Khmer Rouge regime. ServiceMrs. BrinerG103MonthlyTuesdayBrynn Hansen
brynnhansen@gmail.com
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Physics ClubIncrease student engagement in the field of physics.AcademicAndrew GibasE103MonthlyFridayAmir Parsa Arefian
parsaarefian123@gmail.com
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Physics OlympiadPreparing Woodbridge students for the USA Physics Olympiad.AcademicAndrew GibasE103BiweeklyThursdayBenjamin Chang
Benjamin621@gmail.com
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Piano ClubGather all the musician and non musician, have the opportunity to learn piano. RecreationalBrad HarrisM102MonthlyMondayTakatora Matsumoto
takatoramatsumoto@gmail.com
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Ping Pong PalsStudents who enjoy playing ping pong from time to timeRecreationalLuis BarahonaL106
We play ping pong whenever we have the time, so no distinct time
FridayJeffrey Vujeffreyhvu7@gmail.com
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Portfolio Management ClubIntroduce students to investing in the stock market and managing a stock portfolio. AcademicDave JohnsonG104BiweeklyTuesdayKaran Shah
karanpshah@gmail.com
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Psychology ClubReviewing concepts learned in AP Psychology to help members study for the exam/learn about the subject.AcademicMr. LeckeyG105MonthlyWednesdayLisa Freedland
allisa.freedland414@gmail.com
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Public Forum DebateStudents will have the opportunity to develop thinking, speaking, and research skills.AcademicAndrew GibasG-103WeeklyFridayWilliam Tong
williamtong255@gmail.com
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R & R - Reading and RelaxationA haven of rest, reading, relaxation. RecreationalSabreena BenevilleJ205BiweeklyMondayAnahita Jafary
anahitajafary00@gmail.com
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Recycling ClubEmpty recycling bins during Tutorial to provide a better and cleaner learning environment for students and teachers. ServiceMrs.SodorffE102WeeklyTuesdayMargaret Lee
margaretjhlee@gmail.com
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Red CrossWork with the Orange County Red Cross Chapter to plan events such as blood drives and fundraisersServiceMr. TipperK-104BiweeklyMondayRevanth Yamani
revanthy619@gmail.com
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RoboticsDeveloping teams ready to compete in two main robotics competitionsAcademicJennifer BlackieE104WeeklyMondayAmy van Ee
amyvanee2000@gmail.com
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