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Clubs at Ballard High School

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Clubs are a great way to get involved. Ballard HS has had in previous years over 75 clubs available for students and this year is no different!

Students…find a club that matches your interests and get involved. If you can’t find a club that fits your interests, start your own club!

New clubs are still being added. Check them out!

If you have any questions, reach out to Addy Wynkoop, Student Clubs Coordinator at 1acwynkoop@seattleschools.org or Ms. Lehni, Activity Coordinator at lllehni@seattleschools.org


Current Club List 22-23

3D Printing Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Students: Natalie Marron; 1nrmarron@seattleschools.org
and Duzan Rump-Bilton
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

Our goal for the Club is to get people interested in STEM and to fuel peoples creativity using modeling software and the 3D printers we have available.


Adoptee & Foster Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Katrel; khkatrel@seattleschools.org
Students: Lina McRoberts; 1lmmcroberts@seattleschools.org
and Maraike Van Schepen; 1mnvanschepen@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch at 11:55 a.m. | SW102

Adoptee and Foster Club is a safe space for all, that highlights adoptee and foster family stories, discusses challenges related to our experiences, and celebrates heritage.


Architecture and Design Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Makerspace, Library

Our club focuses around creating small 3D models of houses and buildings out of popsicle sticks and other craft supplies, planning on making a short presentation once a month on famous architects/ buildings to show for inspiration!


Art Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Harkleroad; msharkleroad@seattleschools.org
Students: Ella Delaney; 1ejdelaney@seattleschools.org
and Lily Beckerman; 1lmbeckerman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Meet at the start of lunch and through lunch | Art Classroom

We want to make a space where people who enjoy making art or even just looking at art can meet each other and have time to create.


Asexual and Aromantic Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Banholzer; srbanholzer@seattleschools.org
Student: Jaden Lyon-Mendez
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch 11:50 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. | NW221

To provide a safe space for people on the aromantic spectrum or asexual spectrum to be able to exist and be able to talk about being ace/aro.


Asian Student Union

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Ager; trager@seattleschools.org
Students: Justene Li; 1jjli@seattleschools.org
and Mirabel Petersen; 1mspetersen@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday TBD
Time & Location: Lunch | S203

We want to create community for Asian students at Ballard, but also educate anyone who’d like to join – we do presentations but also a variety of fun activities!


Associated Ping Pong

Teacher Advisor: Mr Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Student: Jack Eckhard; 1jpeckhart@outlook.com
Meetings: M, T, W, Th, F
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

Great Club for people interested in play Ping Pong. A place for all skill levels to play and get better at Ping Pong.


Astronomy Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Banholzer; srbanholzer@seattleschools.org
Students: Wilson Bailey; 1wrbailey@seattleschools.org
and Amara Fontes; 1anfontes@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW221

We will nerd out about Astronomy, space exploration, and emerging technologies while also organizing events like stargazing (when it isn’t cloudy).


Ballard Bicycle Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Brayman; btbrayman@seattleschools.org
President: Lucas Salm-Rojo; 1lpsalmrojo@seattleschools.org
Vice President: Naomi Hammer; 1nrhammer@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday (Every Other Week TBD)
Time & Location: Lunch | SW106

Ballard Bicycle Club will be a place for students interested in recreation cycling as well as cycling as a mode of transportation (commuting). We will help students with general tips about cycling (maintenance, routes, gear). We may also apply for grants from SDOT or the state to maybe help fund people in need of things like helmets or bike locks.


Ballard Book Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Students: Elena Malone; elena.malone07@gmail.com
and Ruby Mundy; rubymundy31@gmail.com
Meetings: Monday (1-2 times per month TBD)
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

The Ballard Book Club is an opportunity to explore new genres of reading and to be able to freely express opinions on books. This club allows different people to connect through the love of reading.


Ballard Outdoor Adventure Team

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; 1rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
Students: Eden Murphy; 1egmurphy@seattleschools.org
and Ani Benningson; 1asbennigson@seattleschools.org
and Lily Beckerman; 1lmbeckerman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Morning at 8:25 a.m. | Library

Ballard Outdoor Adventure Team plans fun safe and inclusive outdoor activities for the enjoyment of Ballard high school students, in the past we have hiked, gone to pumpkin patches, and played in the snow in Snoqualmie.


Ballard Paddle Club aka The Ballard Sea Squad

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; jffoster@seattleschools.org
President: Hudson Hobbs;
Vice President: Evan Bursell;
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW205

We are dedicated to introducing students to the world of stand-up paddling and water safety. Our goal is to get students out on the water to learn safe paddling techniques and water safety skills.


Ballard Sailing Team

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; jffoster@seattleschools.org
Students: Phoebe Howe; 1pmhowe@seattleschools.org
and Arden Rafokorf; 1acrathkopf@seattlschools.org
Meetings: M, W, F
Time & Location: 4 p.m. | Corinthian Yacht Club (CYC)

We compete every weekend against other highs schools. Sailing is something that brings us on the team all together to have so much fun. Ballard’s sailing team has been nationally ranked.


Ballard Volleyball Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Pentecoste; wmpentecost@seattleschools.org
Students: Rachel Dunagan; 1redunagan@seattleschools.org
and Luke Lysene; 1lelysene@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Aux Gym

To give people an option to play co-ed volleyball at Ballard and to give opportunity to meet new people during lunch.


Beaver Book Club

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
and Ms. Dupre; scdupre@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday or Friday TBD
Time & Location: Lunch | Book Club Room

To encourage students to read and talk about great books!


Bible Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Sturgeon; amsturgeon@seattleschools.org
Student: Andrew Servey; andrew.servey@outlook.com
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | S207

We want to make a space for students to enjoy fellowship and study the bible together.


Bodybuilding and Aesthetic

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Drabek; jsdrabek@seattleschools.org
Students: Charlie Coffman, Nicholas Burceag, Hayden Richardson, Alex Benson, Grant Gerrald and Jake Ivester
Meetings: M, T, W, Th, F
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Drabek’s Room

We talk about bodybuilding and we take field trips to the gym to pose.


BSU

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Prince; mrprince@seattleschools.org
President: Shea Deskins; 1sndeskins@seattleschools.org
Vice President: Semai Hagos; 1sahagos1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S217

To help educate students and staff on the black community and experience.


Charcuterie Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Lehni; lllehni@seattleschools.org
Student: Connor Chapman; connorjchapman1@gmail.com
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S100

To create the best meat and cheese masterpieces while bringing people together to bond over meat and cheese.


Chess Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Schmidt; jcschmidt@seattleschools.org
Students: Ralph Stienebrickner and Jacob Nelson
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW203

Play chess.


Comic Book Club

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Lee; stlee@seattleschools.org
and Ms Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Students: Haley Chambers; 1hechamber@seattleschools.org
and Alondra Castona; 1alcastona@seattleschools.org
and Ryan Sander; 1hrsander@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch 12:15 p.m. – 12:55 p.m. | S108

We read comics, we talk marvel, Star wars, and DC shows and movies, Upcoming shows and explore different topics and talk about what comics we liked and didn’t.


Corn Hole Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. McGinty; lsmcginty@seattleschools.org
Students: Jaden Helman; jehelman54@gmail.com
and Lola Foti; lolafoti@gmail.com
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | Hallway or field if not raining

We have many corn hole bean bags and boards that we will bring to Friday lunches and have people in the club play with us.


D & D Club Dungeons and Dragons

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gross; stgross@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: After School 4 p.m. | S105

D&D club is for players of Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop role-playing games to meet and campaign. From new and curious to seasoned veterans, all skill-levels are welcome.


DECA

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Jereczek; mejereczek@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday at Lunch for Officers | Wednesday After School for Members
Time & Location: Lunch/After School (refer above) | Ms. Jereczek’s Room

DECA is a business club and prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.


Earth Service Corps – YMCA

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gundle; njgundle@seattleschools.org
Student: Sadie Clark
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch, 11:50 a.m. | NW217

Earth Service Corps is an environmental club dedicated to helping the environment. We work on projects like making reusable cloth bags, hosting park and beach clean ups, working on Ballard’s native plant garden, composting and creating school wide interest. Anyone interested in protecting the Earth is welcome!


Eating Disorder Awareness Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Reese; tcreese@seattleschools.org
Students: Stella Ruebel; 1smruebel@seattleschools.org
and Ella Rogers; efrogers@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Reese’s Room

The purpose of this Club is to spread awareness and better educate the the community in order to reduce the stigmas associated with eating disorders.


Environmental Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Reinelt; klreinelt@seattleschool.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | Commons

The Environmental Club is a great way to meet new people as well as get service hours related to environmental topics.


FCCLA – Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Lalonde; malalonde@seattlepublicschools.org
Students: Olivia Hall; 1olhall@seattleschools.org
and Fiona Barnes; 1febarnes@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday After School | Wednesday at Lunch
Time & Location: After School/Lunch (refer above) | Ms. Lalonde’s Room

Help to teach career, family, and community leadership.


Feminist Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. McKenna; ahmckenna@seattleschools.org
Students: Lina McRoberts; 1lmmcroberts@seattleschools.org
and Taiya Fletcher; 1tafletcher1@seattleschools.org
and Addy Wynkoop; 1acwynkoop@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch at 11:55 a.m. | SW100

Feminist Club is and continues to be a group of individuals (both women, men, and non-binary folk), who discuss intersectional feminism and its relation to the world we live in, work on projects related to feminism, and overall create a safe space dedicated to those interested in eradicating the patriarchy.


Film Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
Students: Imogen Steele; 1ihsteele@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: After School 4 p.m. | Library

We watch movies and have fun and have film screenings and discussions. Each month has a different theme. Prepare to broaden your knowledge of film! We are also looking to have guest speakers from within the industry. At the end of the year we organize the BHS Film Festival!


Focaccia Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gillespie; jrgillespie@seattleschools.org
Students: Luca Rios; 1lfrios@seattleschools.org
and Arden Rathkopf; 1acrathkopf@seattleschools.org
and Dylan Park; 1dspark@seattleschools.org
and John Gibson; 1jhgibson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: 10:15-10:35 a.m. & Lunch | Band Room & NE221

To indulge in the pleasures of artisan handcrafted flatbreads and engage in classy and timeless conversation (query over human nature).


Four Square Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Reese; tcreese@seattleschools.org
Students: McCall Hunter; 1mahunter@seattleschools.org
and Ava Fescoe; 1avfescoe@seattleschools.org
and Cami Martinez; 1camartinez@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Aux Gym

We would like to unite the inner child in everyone and play FOUR SQUARE!!! the best sport to exist in the history of playground sports.


French Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Sturgeon; amsturgeon@seattleschools.org
Students: Amara Fontes; 1anfontes@seattleschools.org
and Josie Stebins; 1jcstebhins@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S207

Provide an opportunity to learn about France and the Francophone world through eating traditional dishes and doing trivia.


Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Schmider; csschmider@seattleschools.org
Student: Stuti Adhikary; 1stadhikary@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: After School | S202

To create a safe space for LGBTQIA+ students to share out their feelings, hopefully help extend their concerns to an administrative level, and create common ground for people of all genders, sexes, and sexualities to understand one another.


Global Youth Activism

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Faust; clfaust@seattleschools.org
Students: Eden Murphy; 1egmurphy@seattleschools.org
and Aria Seavecki; 1arseavecki@seattleschools.org
and Ani Benningson; 1asbennigson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Every Other Friday (once every 2 weeks)
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Faust’s Room

Global Youth Activism works to discuss and ideally aid local and global humanitarian issues. We have made a fundraiser 5k run/walk for non profits in the past, bake sales, and hosted discussions on current events.


Hockey Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Drabek; jsdrabek@seattleschools.org
Students: Bella Neireiter; 1ianeireiter@seattleschools.org
and Kate Lauderback; 1krlauderback@seattleschools.org
and Izzy Kim; 1igkim@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW207

In Hockey Club we gather to chat about the amazing sport that is Ice Hockey! We will watch movies, NHL (and other league) games, and discuss all things concerning hockey life.


Immunology Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Coacher; ljcoacher@seattleschools.org
Students: Kiran Shoop; kiran.shoop@gmail.com
and Miriam Mathan; miriam.mathan@gmail.com
Meetings: Friday (Monthly)
Time & Location: Lunch 11:50 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. | P101

To teach the Ballard community about the immune system reacts and effects the body. Further, we hope to provide a space for student to explore bio-medical topics like this.


Indigenous Student Union

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Subido; jesubido@seattleschools.org
and Lauren Fonoimoana; infonoimoana@seattleschools.org
Student: Hadley Anderson; 1hoanderson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | S101

Community for all students who want to learn about/share Native culture. Promoting inclusivity!


INK Club – Supports the BHS Ink Journal of Literature and Art

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Macdougall; gimacdougall@seattleschools.org
President: Charlie Efroymson; 1chefroymson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW103

Ink Club is a gathering of writers and artist who help create the BHS Ink Journal of literature and art and also plan the Spring Spilled Ink event at the Ballard Branch Public Library. A lively and interesting group of students.


International Thespian Society

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Riley; smriley@seattleschools.org
President: Ella Papineau; 1espapineau@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch 12:20 p.m. – 12:40 p.m. | PAC

The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the only theatre honor society for high school students in the United States. Affiliation brings credibility and distinction to students, theatre programs, and schools. It is a visible, positive symbol of the quality of our theatre program. ITS recognizes, rewards, and encourages student achievement and celebrates the work of students in all aspects of theatre – performance and production. Each student is honored on a national level and gains access to opportunities and resources beyond those of their school.


Investment Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Blazevic; edblazevic@seattleschools.org
Student: Johannes Thiessen; johannesthiessen101@gmail.com
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Blazevic’s Room

To teach students about stocks, index funds, retirement accounts and other investing ventures.


Jewish Student Union

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Storey; kmstorey@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Furman; djfurman@seattleschools.org
Students: Lola Velush; 1levelush@seattleschools.org
and Izzy Kim; 1igkim1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | SW104

JSU creates a space for Jews and non-Jew allies to talk about all things Judaism and is a fun and safe community for Jews. All are welcome!


Junior State of America (JSA)

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Holmgren; tgholmgren@seattleschools.org
Students: Bella Neireiter; 1ianeireiter@seattleschools.org
and Alexa Terry; 1ajterry@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Holmgren’s Room

Junior State of America is for all of those wishing to discuss, argue, and learn more about American politics and policy making! We attend 2 conferences a year which are very fun opportunities to grow your skills as a debater and an active citizen!


Library Leaders

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Margo Bradberry; 1msbradberry1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | Makerspace, Library

Library Leaders aims to build community around the library by coming up with and executing projects related to that.


LSU

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Yardley; emyardley@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Subido; jesubido@seattleschools.org 
Student: Anya Souza Ponce; 1aysouzaponce@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: After School | S206

Our goal is to build community with all students identifying as Latino/a/e/x and/or Chicano/a/x and/or Xicano/a/x. We hope to help amplify the voices of our historically marginalized Latinx students, along with the voices of other students of color attending BHS. We look forward to having an amazing year filled with joy and community! 


Magic the Gathering (MTG) Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bushek; jjbushek@seattleschools.org
Student: Leo Clarke; 1ljclarke@seattleschools.org
Meetings: M, T, W, Th, F
Time & Location: Lunch | N106

MTG Club will be a club where you can learn to play magic with others. No experience will be needed. I want this club to be a fun place for lunch where players can connect with each other through the game.


Manga Club

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
and Ms. Shelby; scdupre@seattleschools.org
Student: Akira Strople; 1amstrople@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | Makerspace | Library

Talking about manga/anime and buying new manga for the school.


Marine Biology Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. McGinty; lsmcginty@seattleschools.org
Students: Yannay Cohen Haddas; 1yecohenhaddas@seattleschools.org
and Matthew Wilbur; 1mjwilbur@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW211

I want for people to have a better understanding of the local marine life in a fun way. I also want to give back to the community by performing beach cleanups.


Misinformation Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Lee; stlee@seattleschools.org
Students: Henry Jacqmotte; 1hsjacqmotte@seattleschools.org
and Zoe Thompson; 1thompson@seattleschools.org
and Luch Jacqmotte; 1lmjacqmotte@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch or After School TBD | S108

We hope to increase knowledge about misinformation throughout Ballard as well as provide a platform for students to understand the negative effects of social media.


Model United Nations

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
Students: Lina McRoberts; 1lmmcroberts@seattleschools.org
and Siena Hill; 1sthill1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch 11:55 a.m. | P104

Ballard Model UN is a team of delegates looking into delving into current world issues and develop negotiating, public speaking, and international diplomacy skills. We attend MUN conferences: one of which includes PACMUN or the Pacific Model United Nations Conference in downtown Seattle.


Multicultural Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
President: Semai Hagos; 1sahagos1@seattleschools.org
Social Media Coordinator: Anya Souza-Ponce; 1aysouzaponce@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | P104

We want to create a space that can unify students of different cultural backgrounds, and also continue our work in making the AC a more welcoming area.


National Honors Society

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Feise; gefeise@seattleschools.org
President: Bella Neireiter; 1ianeireiter@seattleschools.org
Students: Kyle Chew and Catherine Karman
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: After School | PAC

Volunteer based organization for students with a high GPA and academic standards.


Novaturient

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Holmgren; tgholmgren@seattleschools.org
Students: Nathalie Stanley; 1ngstanley@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: After School | S116

Novaturient is a mental health production project. Members of the club are able to script write, act, or film.


Paleontology Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
Students: Matthew Wilbur; 1mjwilbur@seattleschools.org
and Yannay Cohen Haddas; 1yecohenhaddas@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW225

We hold presentations on Paleontology and the history of our Earth, watch plenty of Dinosaur documentaries, go on weekend field trips to local museums, and even have guest speakers from the field!


Philosophy and Ethics Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Storey; kmstorey@seattleschools.org
Co-Presidents: Eden Gabbert; 1eigabbert@seattleschools.org
and Jocelyn Cockram; 1jmcockram@seattleschools.org
Student: Sara Wilkson; 1sawilkson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday
Time & Location: After School 3:45 – 5 p.m. | Ms. Storey’s Room

To have philosophical discussions and ethical debates.


Pickleball Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Cunningham; wacunningham1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Varies
Time & Location: Lunch, After School, Weekends | Tennis Courts

Fun environment for people to learn a new sport and participate in games/tournaments.


Plant Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Carlson; ikcarlson@seattleschools.org
Student: Daniel Cura; 1decura@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW203

Plant friends unite to hangout and have fun and learn about plants.


Pokémon Club/Group

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Bolen; ddbolen@seattleschools.org
Student: Nia Brettmann
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW209 (Life Skills Lab)

People having fun and not arguing about what they want or mistaking people from other people (Don’t mistake others when they want a specific Pokémon card).


Positive Masculinity Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Brayman; btbrayman@seattleschools.org
Students: Karim Rifai; 1kyrifai@seattleschools.org
and Garrett Knight; 1gmknight@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW106

Our purpose is to highlight why masculinity is not only important but also highlight what traits make up positive masculinity. We welcome anybody that would like to learn. We will focus on highlighting different perspectives and amplifying different voices by having club discussions as well as hosting a variety of guest speakers. We will have student led talks and discussion as well as games and activities.


Pride Book Club

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Chambers; tuesdchambers@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Furman; djfurman@seattleschools.org
Student: Saffire Crane; 1smcrane@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | Book Club Room

Support reading for LGBTQ+ students.


Probability and Stats of Games Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Banholzer; srbanholzer@seattleschools.org
Student: Beck Pedersen; pedersenbeck750@gmail.com
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW221

This clubs will study the probability in statistics of card games board games and any other games.


PASIFIKA Club (PSA)

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Titele; sailau.tuitele@swedish.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: After School | TBD

We accept anyone and everyone who is interested and willing to learn about the polyneisan culture. it is our goal to promote and uphold our culture through dance, song, traditions, and customs to our community and peers.


Psychology Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Dowdy’s Room

To learn more about how the brain works and interacts in different social situations.


SAARS Sexual Assault Alliship, Resources, and Support

Principal Advisor: Ms. Hunt; abhunt@seattleschools.org
Student: Zirahuen Herrejon-Crutcher; 1ziherrejoncrutcher@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Counseling Center Conference Room

Students can find peers who will help support after being sexually assaulted or raped, provide resources (crisis line, victims right advocates, etc), allys can come to just listen or help, have someone that can help you during a court case or having to report to police or write a statement.


Save the Bears Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Carlson; ikcarlson@seattleschools.org
Students: Remy Hirschfield-Rudy; 1rahirschfield@seattleschools.org
and Imogen Steele; 1ihsteele@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW203

We want to spread awareness and information about all eight bear species. We plan to host bake sales and other fundraising events to raise money for bear sanctuaries (ex. freethebears). bear support group!


Skate Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Subido; jesubido@seattleschools.org
Meetings: TBD
Time & Location: After School | S201

To bring skateboarders in the school together to skate.


SLAM Students Learning About Mental Health

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Maykut; srmaykut@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW215

Learning and teaching about mental health to other classes.


Spanish Club

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Yardley; emyardley@seattleschools.org
Student: Alina Zahn; 1aazahn@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch 11:50 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. | S206

Have fun talking Spanish, improving our conversation skills, getting to know one another better in an authentic way. Tertulia in Spanish!


Speech and Debate Team

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Morean; kimorean@seattleschools.org
Students: Bella Meireiter; bellaneireiter@gmail.com
and Juliette Klein; 1jsklein1@seattleschools.org
and Safiya Rajan; 1srrajan@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Times & Locations: Lunch | S101

In debate we will work on our public speaking skills as well as our abilities to argue in a clear and effective manor. We will do many activities to build our skills and discuss a varied range of topics!


Spikeball Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Cachopo; sacachopo@seattleschools.org
Students: Micah Cholerton; micahcholerton@gmail.com
and Brig Johnson; brigwjohnson@gmail.com
Meetings: Monday and Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW111

To get more people interested in spikeball and grow the spikeball community,


Splatoon Club

Teacher Advisor: Profe Butsch; kjbutsch@seattleschools.org
Students: Max Bykowski; 1erbykowski@seattleschools.org
and Kyle Brown; 1librown2@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch 12:10 – 12:40 p.m. | S200

A club for fans of the video game Splatoon, we will have discussions and do Splatoon related activities


STAR (Students & Teachers Against Racism)

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Morean; kimorean@seattleschools.org
Students: Taiya Fletcher; 1tafletcher1@seattleschools.org
and Lina McRoberts; 1lmmcroberts@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr Morean’s Room

We hold space for discussions regarding racism within and outside our community.


STEM Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Drabek; jsdrabek@seattleschools.org
Students: Bella Neireiter; bellaneireiter@gmail.com
and Juliette Klein; 1jsklein1@seattleschools.org
and Safiya Rajan; 1srrajan@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Times & Locations: Lunch | SW207

In STEM club we take a deep dive into everything that falls under the S.T.E.M. acronym! We will be doing scientific competitions and other activities to broaden our scientific knowledge and understanding of our world.


Sunrise

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Maykut; srmaykut@seattleschools.org
Students: Sonja Miller; 1sdmiller@seattleschools.org
and Aria Seavecki; 1arseavecki@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW215

Our vision for sunrise club is to get people involved with things they are passionate about regarding the environment. We plan to do this by taking those passions and views and acting on them through protests and other environmental projects.


Taylor Swift Association

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Lehni; lllehni@seattleschools.org
Students: Addy Wynkoop; 1acwynkoop@seattleschools.org
and Hadley Redmond; 1heredmond@seattleschools.org
and Sydney Marion; 1sgmarion@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Lehni’s Room

In this club we will do TSwift karaoke, have in depth discussions of easter eggs and theories, and listen to her music. We will also stream music videos and talk shows that she has been involved in. Overall, we will be showing our love and appreciation to Queen Taylor.


Uno Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Feise; gefeise@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Times & Location: Lunch | Mr Feise’s Room

We will be playing uno and enjoying each other’s company. Good way to connect to your friends.


Viking Robotics Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Schmidt; jcschmidt@seattleschools.org
Students: Luca Rios; 1lfrios@seattleschools.org
and John Gibson; 1jhgibson@seattleschools.org
and Jack Eckhart: 1jpeckhart@seattleschools.org
and Jane McKelvey; 1jvmckelvey@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Wednesday
Times & Location: TBD | NW204/205

Viking Robotics is a youth-led inclusive and diverse community that inspires, develops and educates individuals within our community about business, marketing, programming, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, design, fabrication, and other STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) related skills.

As of Nov 16, 2022


How to Start a Club

Complete the Online BHS Clubs Information Form for your club to be considered for this school year!