Clubs 2016-17
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Club NamePresidentAdvisor/RoomMeeting Day/Time
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Active Minds ClubAlexandra Marx, Emily SteidlMs. Hanes, 1-02 Monday, Lunch
involves any student who is interested in math, science, and/or engineering in educational and creativity based activites.
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Anime Fan Club Ethan Fritz,Giselle CazauxMs.Tilton, F-06Each Fri, after schooldicusees and analyzes "Anime" style animation
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Art For ChangeGrace Gau,Leila RiverollMr. Vogel, J-01Wednesday @ Lunch
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Autism Awareness ClubGrace IngramMr.Solis, I-09Wednesday @ Lunch
bring support and awareness to children and or families affected by Autisum. In this club you will be able to raise money for Autism Speaks Organization in its efforts to change the future for all who struggle struggle with autisum.
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Avid II (Fikes)Daniela Diaz Ms Fikes, S-3Every other Friday during 2nd Period
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Bay ClubRyan LoweMr. Koroshee, E-06Wednesday @ Lunch
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Bike ClubJack PhreanerMr.Laforge, F-05Wednesday @ Lunch
plan bike rides, complete races each year and participate in regular maintenance on local trails to keep them in good riding condition.
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Books For DriveCatherine McQueen,Katharine NewmanMs. Bagdanov, D-05Second & fourth Tuesday of every month
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Catholic ClubJessica RodriguezMs.Holdman, C-03Tues, Lunchto share thoughts and discuss the catholic religion.
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DEIR TalksAlex Haslund,Louise NaumanMr.Goettler, F-01Wed, Lunch
distinguished educators/innovative researchers visit the club. The speakers dicuss topics regarding eductaion and research.
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Direct ReliefAlex Feller, Michelle HendersonMr.Ceriele B-7Wed, Lunch, Auditorium
take a stand in your community by helping different organizations around Santa Barbara and in return get communituy service hours!
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Drama ClubLana Kanen, Fabian De LaCruzMs.Berris, M-03Wed, Lunch
for students who are interested in theatre. The drama club undertakes various productions during the uyear and has brought workshops and expermental theatre to San Marcos High School.
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Dream Foundation ClubAmanda RobertsMr.Goettler, F-01Every other Mon Lunch
all of the activites benefit the dream foundation and organization that improves the lives of terminally ill people.
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Earth ClubAva Castanha,Layla LanderosMr.Goettler, F-01Tues, Lunch every other week
members aim to raise awareness about envoironmental concerns on campus.
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Film ClubSofia BordofskyMr. Egbert, I-08Wed, Lunchdicussion and analyzes anything to do with film.
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Friday Night LiveTBDMs. Calderon/ Ms.Drasil, I-11Thurs,Lunch
promotes a drug-free lifestyle and puts on activites concerning being sober.
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Girls Up San MarcosLivia Christen & Erandi DeSilva Mr.Koroshec E-7Wed, Lunch every other
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Go Solar Daniel Newton & Jenna RodeMr.Goettler, I-05First & Third Wednesday, Lunch
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Guitar Club "Sergio Romero"Javier Salas Mr.Eduardo Lara, M-03Wed, 3.10pm -4.00pm
Learn to play guitar with friends. All levels accepted. Learn songs and techniques. In memory of Sergio Romero.
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Hacky Sack ClubTimmy HirschMr. Stehmeier, D-01Wednesday, Lunch, the Field
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Harmony to Health Sofia Cavaness, Kaela ClearyMs.Ary B-12Monday, Lunch
discuss health realted matters in teh Santa Barbar Community and in other areas around the world.
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Hockey ClubChris EwasiukMr.Solis I-9Wed, Lunchhead over to the ice rink to play hockey with friends
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HOSA, Health Occupations Students of AmericaMaddie KinzMrs.Tate B-11Monday, Lunch
becomed informed about health occupations, learn from guest speakers, and anything else that has to do with a Health occupation field.
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Jewish Culture ClubAriella ChittickMr.Bradley,F03
Second & Forth Thursday each month, lunch
this cluib is to educate people who want to learn about the jewish culture.
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Junior State of America (JSA) Ian Baucke & Giulia TascaMs. Fisher, D-06Monday, Lunch
ecnourages good leadership, promotes awareness of contempoary issues and repersent SMHS at conventions.
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Kiva ClubHayden Shinn,Mya Adornetto,Allie JonesMr.Young,C-8Tues, Lunchhelp raise money to donate to people in need
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Latin ClubKelsey Warren Amanda HerbstMs. Ahlers, C-05Every 3rd Thursday of the month
lear, discuss, and practice the Latin Language. The latin club also travels to latin conventions.
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LEFT ClubLeila Parker, & Andrew GillerMr. Oftedal, D-04Every other Thursday, Lunch
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Leo ClubChristopher MorrisMr. Thrasher, I-12Monday, Lunch
in association with Goleta Lions club provides communitu service activites for students. Students attend lions club mettings, participate in ffundraisers, and many other community service acrtivities in the community.
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Leo ClubChris MorrisI-12Wed, Lunch
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LGTBQT Social Equality ClubGisselle Ramierez, Namphuorg VuongMrs. Holdman C-3Mon, Lunch
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Live Love Rescue ClubCarleigh OrnelasMr.Bradley F-03TBD
help support dog shelters in the Santa Barbara community by funraising.
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MESACristhian Lopez MoralesMr.Goettler, F-01once every week
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Model United NationsJosh HurdMr. Oftedal, D-04Wed, Lunch
learn about the world policies and decision making through mock dicussions modeled after the United Nations. This club participates in local, state, and national model UN conferences.
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Mountain Bike ClubJack PhreanerMr. LaForge F-05TBD
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MujercitasDaniela Diaz,Mr. Ochoa , I-13Wed. Lunch
a club that promotes cultural and gender awareness both on campus and in the community.
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Ocean ClubElizabeth Heimlich,Leila ParkerMr.Goettler F-01TBD
help protect the ocean by keeping the Santa Barbara beaches clean.
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Powder Puff FootballTobie Jessup & Rallie OdelMr. Howe, I-03Friday, Lunch
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Red Cross ClubVivy Truong, Mr.Ceriale, B-09Wed, Lunch
fundraise and volunteer for the American Red Cross.
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RFASSTBrittany PrenticeMr. Koroshec, E-061st Thursday of the Month @ Lunch
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Royal Book ClubStacy Cannon,Daisy ScottMs.Woods, B-08 or LibraryEvery other Tuesdayread and discusses various books during the year.
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Royal Bowling ClubCharles Pasternak,Mr. Kuntz, C-01TBD
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Royal University Club/PathwaysMs. Ramirez, I-09Wednesday, Lunch
help minorities and first generation college bound students with college planning, applications, and financial aid.
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Slam Poetry ClubJosh HurdMr. Koroshec, E-06Friday, Lunch
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Smile Train
Erin Holehouse,Abbey Willett,Natalie Widmer
Ms.Tilton F-06Every other Thursday, lunch
helps to raise money and support a charity. Smile Train helps internation kids get surgery who are born with a cleft lip and palate.
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Somthing Yellow Club Maddie FedorMr.Bradley, F-03Every other Monday @ Lunch
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Special Olympics Project UnifyAnna ReedMrs.Pons,B-03TBD
meet and play games with teens who have disabilites.
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STEM ClubEvie MayerMs.Tilton M-05TBD
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Students For SeeArin Peramaci, Amanda SchwartzB-06 First Wednesday of every Month
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Surf Club Collin Bosse, Lauren GarnetMr. Ricci, I-4/I-5TBD
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Teens on the SceneZack Werner, Arman Banan Ms. Standerfer F-02 Once a week every Wed @ lunch
meet and become friends with people who have disabilites.
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The Pride ClubGrace Ingram, Stacia GreigMr. Solis, I-09Thursday Lunch & Royal Time
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Ultimate Frisbee Club Ari ChittermanMr. Kigoi, M-01TBDlearn and play games of ultimate frisbee.
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Wellness Connection ClubAlexandria MarxMs. Hanes, I-02TBD
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Woodshop club Joshua BlanchardMr. Koroshee, E-06TBD
head over to the woodshop room I-3 to create and make products.
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Writer’s SocietyClaire Bjork, Camille Lubach Mr. Solis, I-09Tuesdays Once a Week for 20 Min
a group of students who love to write. They get togethether at lunch to review each other's work and dicuss literary works. Every school year, Writers society is invited to the Santa Barbara Literary Society to meet with a professional author. They are also in charge of organizing the Phreaner Writing Contest.
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Young Americans for Freedom ClubGrace Ingram
discuss and adovate conservative views with your fellow classmates. Take part in activites to promote conservatism on campus such as a 911 Tribute.
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