Ballard High School

Ballard
High School
Clubs and Organizations

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Asian Student Union (ASU)

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

We want to create a community and welcoming environment for Asian students at Ballard, as well as a space for anyone who wants to learn about Asian culture and traditions!


Ballard Cinema Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Feise; gefeise@seattleschools.org
Students: Leela Estocapio and Alice Markman-Adkisson
Meetings: Monday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S107

Recreate the Movie Theater.


Bible Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Sturgeon; amsturgeon@seattleschools.org
Student: Eden Hawkins; 1erhawkins@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | S207

Learn more about stories from the Bible and how it might apply to our lives today.


Creative Projects

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Martin; brmartin@seattleschools.org
Students: Silas Horn; 1srhorn@seattleschools.org
Xavier Garibaldi; 1xmgaribaldi@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday & Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | P106

To imbue students with skills in communicating and problem solving and to let their creativity shine by doing fun projects as a group.


Eating Disorder Awareness Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Katrel; khkatrel@seattleschools.org
Students: Stella Ruebel; 1smruebel@seattleschools.org
and Ella Rogers; 1efrogers@seattleschools.org
and Marley Helfer; mchelfer@seattlschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW102

Our goal is to foster a healthy and safe environment where people can learn about eating disorders as well as creating a positive environment where people are able to have open discussions about eating disorders.


Elliott Smith Club

Teacher Advisor: Steven Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
Students: Abbey Moore; 1ajmoore2@seattleschools.org
and Miriam Goodman; 1mrgoodman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: After School 3:50 p.m. | Back room in Library

To gather a community of Ballard students who listen to Elliott smith to listen, analyze, and discuss his music.


Entrepreneurial Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Jereczek; mejereczek@seattleschools.org
Students: TJ Gundram
and Dylan Wallblom
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | N101

To serve as a hub for innovative thinkers who all have the same or similar goals in mind. To create a strong community and support their ideas and passions in any way possible. And to empower people through our club with knowledge that is needed to transform ideas into successful business or social ventures.


HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)
Future Health Professionals

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Howsmon; rahowsmon@seattleschools.org
Students: Violet Petersen; 1vipetersen@seattleschools.org
and Kate Herndon
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Howsmon Room

To teach students about various health occupations and allow them to experiment in a competition setting.


INK Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms Mckenna; ahmckenna@seattleschools.org
Students: Arwyn Anderson; 1ajanderson1@seattleschools.org
and Gianna Goldyn; 1gdgoldyn@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: After School 3:45 – 4:30/5 p.m. | SW100

To revitalize the old ink club; a club focused on showcasing student art and making art every monday after school.


Latinx Student Union (LSU)

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Subido; jesubido@seattleschools.org 
and Ms. Mcginty; lsmcginty@seattleschools.org
Student: Anya Souza Ponce; 1aysouzaponce@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: After School 3:45 p.m.| S100

Our goal is to foster community for 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.


Library Leaders

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

Library displays and organization.


Marine Biology Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gundle; njgundle@seattleschools.org
Students: Lily Beckerman; 1lmbeckerman@seattleschools.org
and Ella Wilson
Meetings: Monday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | NW217

We hang out and talk and learn about marine biology! Everyone’s welcome.


Math Tutoring Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Rus; ovrus@seattleschools.org
Student: Chloe Deux-Pancera; 1cmdeuxpancera@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW202

The Math Tutoring Club is to help students taking any math course improve their understanding of what they are working on. We are also looking for student tutors who want to teach others and earn service hours. Drop-ins welcome anytime!


Novaturient

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

We here are working together to create a full story web comic.


Physics Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Banholzer; srbanholzer@seattleschools.org
Students: Alden McGrath; 1ammcgrath@seattleschools.org
and Connor Selleck; 1cdselleck@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: After School | Ms. Banholzer Room

Physics based learning & projects.


Plant Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Carlson; ikcarlson@seattleschools.org
Students: Sara Policar; 1srpolicar@seattleschools.org
and Aphid DeLeon; 1kmdeleon1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW203

Learn more about plants and agriculture through fun activities!


Sailing Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; jffoster@seattleschools.org
Students: Phoebe Howe; 1pmhowe@seattleschools.org
and Simone Ford; 1szford@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time & Location: After School | At a club near Golden Gardens

We are Ballard’s sailing team we compete at different events in the fall and spring representing Ballard.


Seattle Student Union

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Morean; kimorean@seattleschools.org
Student: Noir Goldberg; 1eogoldberg1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Morean Room

Ballard chapter of Seattle Student Union, connecting BHS voices to greater SSU support.


Spanish Club

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Yardley; emyardley@seattleschools.org
Student: Alina Zahn; 1aazahn@seattleschools.org
and Julia Distler; 1jcdistler@seattleschools.org
and Coco Otto; 1cmotto@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch 11:50 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. | Ms. Yardley Room

To foster an environment where we learn about spanish history, culture,foods and where we have important discussions in Spanish. Also doing some service projects that are Spanish related.


Table Tennis Club

Teacher Advisor: Eric Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Sebastien Calhoun; 1stcalhoun@seattleschools.org
and Alton Naumann; adnaumann@seattleschools.org
and Alex Manelski; 1almanelski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Everyday
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

We are a casual/competitive Table Tennis/Ping Pong playing club. We have won metro league championship against Ingraham High School and we are working towards state this year.


Teen Health Center Club

Nurse Advisor: Ms. Boudour; Karen.Boudour@swedish.org
Student: Sophia Nash; 1sanash@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday
Time & Location: Lunch | Teen Health Center

Students get together and talk about the books they have been reading and discuss ways to engage other students in good books.


Viking Robotics Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Connolly; baconnolly@seattleschools.org
Students: Lydia Blair; 1ljblair@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
and Dexter Czark; 1djczark@seattleschools.org
and Karim Rifai; 1kyrifai@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Wednesday
Times & Location: 6 – 8 p.m. | NW204/205

Viking Robotics is a youth-led inclusive and diverse community that inspires and educates students about engineering, programming, business, and other STEM skills through building robots. All are welcome regardless of skill level!


Yapping Club (Podcast)

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Cove Brammer; 1jcbrammer@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

To give a platform to students who want a voice on a podcast and to share information.

Architecture and Design Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; Jffoster@seattleschools.org
Students: Drake Palazza; 1dnpalazza@seattleschools.org
and Jack Clemens; 1jmclemens@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW205

We want to look deeper into different types of architecture and design and learn about cool things.


Ballard Outdoor Adventure Team (B.O.A.T)

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gundle; njgundle@seattleschools.org
Students: Bridget Donelly, Kaiya VanDenBert, Lily Huber
and Lily Beckerman; 1lmbeckerman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr Gundle Room | NW218

Ballard Outdoor Adventure Team is all about exploring the great outdoors through fun activities with friends!


Brawl Stars Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Brott; anbrott@seattleschools.org
Student: Linus Nielsen-Mathews; 1lhnielsenmathews@seattleschools.org
and David Jamerson; 1dejamerson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S115

To have fun and talk about brawl stars, as well as play brawl stars.


DECA

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Jereczek; mejereczek@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Blazevic; edblazevic@seattleschools.org
Student: Madison Eseman; 1maeseman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday Tentatively
Time & Location: Lunch | N101

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


DND and Board Games

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gross; stgross@seattleschools.org
Students: Nathalie Stanley; 1ngstanley@seattleschools.org
and Dylan Jackson; 1dkjackson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesdays (Mr. Holmgren’s Room)
and Thursday (other than the first of the month) in Mr. Gross’s Room
Time & Location: After School | S116 & S105

This is to allow students to bond through games they love whether rpg’s or simple chucks and latters.


Drain Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Students: Julian Swift; 1jaswift@seattleschools.org
and Charles Merrill; 1cwmerrill@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Book Club Room in the Library

The purpose of this club is to listen to and discuss music released by Drain Gang with other fans of their work.


Economics Club

Teacher Advisor: Mx. Fox; chfox@seattleschools.org
Students: Hadley Brewster; 1hcbrewster@seattleschools.org
and Lena Krusinski; 1lgkrusinski@seattleschools.org
and Sarah Hancock; 1slhancock@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW207

We hope to expand our knowledge and experience around the subject of economics. During our meetings we will do things such as listen to podcasts, have discussions, read books, and learn ways to better our economy.


French Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Sturgeon; amsturgeon@seattleschools.org
Students: Colin Newton; 1cpnewton@seattleschools.org
and Margo Bradberry; 1msbradberry@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S207

Learn about the francophone world through food, games and fun activities.


Greenlake Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Subido; jesubido@seattleschools.org
Student: Miles Harrison; 1mhharrison@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday TBD
Time & Location: Lunch & After School TBD | S208

Our club will be about the Green Lake Skate Park, anyone can join, we will be watching old skate videos at lunch and talking about meeting after school to skate or bike or scooter, we want too make a teeshirt at some point for the club.


GSA (Genders and Sexualities Alliance)

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Furman; djfurman@seattleschools.org
and Ms. McGinty; lsmcginty@seattleschools.org
Student: Holding Elections posted soon.
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW211

Genders & Sexualities Alliances, or GSAs for short, are student-run organizations that unite LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities. GSAs have evolved beyond their traditional role to serve as safe spaces for LGBTQ+ youth in middle schools and high schools, and have emerged as vehicles for deep social change related to racial, gender, and educational justice.


Hacky Sack Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Thurrow; wacunningham1@seattleschools.org
Students: Dylan Lo; 1dclo@seattleschools.org
and Hank Rinehart; 1hjrinehart@seattleschools.org
and Alex Becker; 1albecker@seattleschool.org
and Rocky Meredith; 1romeredith@seattleschools.org
and JP Parrent; 1jpparrent@seattleschools.org
and Elliot Goldberg; 1eogoldberg@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | On the Field

People playing hacky sack in 1 or more groups.


Kpop Club

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Ager; trager@seattleschools.org
Student: 
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: After School (3:50 p.m. – 4:50 p.m.) | S203

We would want to learn dances and probably some korean language and i would hope to enroll into local Kpop competition.


Math Tutoring Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Rus; ovrus@seattleschools.org
Student: Chloe Deux-Pancera; 1cmdeuxpancera@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW202

The Math Tutoring Club is to help students taking any math course improve their understanding of what they are working on. We are also looking for student tutors who want to teach others and earn service hours. Drop-ins welcome anytime!


Multicultural Student Union

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
Student: Semai Hagos; 1sahagos1@seattleschools.org
and Violet Vargas; 1vdvargas@seattleschools.org
and Mirabel Petersen; 1mspetersen@seattleschools.org
and Alondra Castana; 1alcastana@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S103

Continuing work from prior years.


Philosophy and Ethics Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Storey; kmstorey@seattleschools.org
Students: Emma Wiens; 1emwiens@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
and Lucas Bright; 1ljbright@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday
Time & Location: After School 3:45 – 5 p.m. | SW103

Providing a place for students to learn more about philosophy and ethics as well as share and challenge ideas through meaningful and complex discussion and analysis. Activities include Socratic Seminars, coaching/lectures from UW PLATO volunteers, and participation in WA State Ethics Bowl.


Photography Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. O’Neil; gaoneill@seattleschools.org
Student: Quinn Carothers
Meetings: Tuesday or Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW126

Photography club is for students in photography class or for who love photography to meet with other photographers to learn and share their work. Students will have the option to work in the darkroom, meet for photoshoots and more.


Sales Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Jereczek; mejereczek@seattleschools.org
Student: Ishan Kamran; 1iskamran@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch (Second Half) | Ms. Jereczek Room

Want to be able to sell smoke to a fire? Want to acquire the skill set necessary for a high-paying salary straight out of High School? Then Join this club to learn sales tactics and scripts through a fun interactive group experience!


Service Project Club

Teacher Advisor: Scott Cachopo; sacachopo@seattleschools.org
Student: Zoe Thompson; 1zmthompson@seattlschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday (Every Other)
Time & Location: First Half of Lunch | Ceramics Classroom

To plan service projects around the community to be implemented by group members. Examples could include volunteering at the Ballard Food Bank, or Treehouse store for children in foster care.


Slavic Cultural Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Franz-Knight; kafranzknigh@seattleschools.org
Students: Mia Cole-Daum; 1mlcoledaum@seattleschools.org
and Ava Fescoe; 1avfescoe@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Franz-Knight Room

To talk about slavic culture and have a good time.


Speech and Debate Club

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Morean; kimorean@seattleschools.org
Student: Ruby James Madden; 1rjmadden@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Morean Room

This will be a club that aims to teach debate skills as well as public speaking and oration. We will play games, host mock debates and possibly work with other high schools to hold a formal debate tournament in the future.


STEM Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Povey; mapovey@seattleschools.org
Students: Linden Fatland; 1ldfatland@seattleschools.org
and Peyton Nakagawara; 1pmnakagawara@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday
Times & Locations: Lunch (Second Half) | Ms. Povey Room

We will compete in local science fairs first semester and second semester we will work with Lawton Elementary to help out and “run” their STEAM Challenge.


Table Tennis Club

Teacher Advisor: Eric Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Sebastien Calhoun; 1stcalhoun@seattleschools.org
and Alton Naumann; adnaumann@seattleschools.org
and Alex Manelski; 1almanelski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Everyday
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

We are a casual/competitive Table Tennis/Ping Pong playing club. We have won metro league championship against Ingraham High School and we are working towards state this year.


That Dam Book Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Serena Pook; 1sgpook@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday (Every Other) 
Time & Location: Lunch | Makerspace

Students get together and talk about the books they have been reading and discuses ways to engage other students in good books.


Violin Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Valdez; dmvaldez@seattleschools.org
Students: Ethan Li; 1ejli@seattleschools.org
and Kieran Horowitz; 1kjhorowitz@outlook.com
Meetings: Tuesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Bandroom

Explore a variety of violin music from various cultures and collaborate together in quartet/small chamber group to eventually preform at BHS performing arts concerts. Practice together and develop violin skills.

3D Printing Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Students: Natalie Marron; 1nrmarron@seattleschools.org
and Luca Denhez; 1lpdenhez@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

In this Club, you can literally make anything you can imagine! You can take it home, admire it on a shelf, or work with each other to create something complex. Choose from a ton of colors, find a cool thing online or make your own, and learn how to use these printers! You can find us at the front of the library.


Art Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Harkleroad; msharkleroad@seattleschools.org
Student: Lucia Kelly; 1lbkelley@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Meet at the start of lunch and through lunch | Art Classroom

A place where people can come together and do art.


Ballard Volleyball Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Pentecost; wmpentecost@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Omar; cokaufman@seattleschools.org
Students: Luke Lysene; 1lelysene@seattleschools.org
and Violet Martel; 1vrmartel@seattleschools.org
and Vivian Gregory; 1vmgregory@seattleschools.org
and Ruth Tinker 1rxtinker@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Aux Gym

A place for friends or whoever wants to be there to have fun and play volleyball.


Chess Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Franz-Knight; kafranzknigh@seattleschools.org
Student: Brady Miailovich; 1bdmiailovich@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | History Pod in Ms. Franz-Knight Room

A safe space to play chess and organize tournaments to play against each other.


Comic Book Club

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Lee; stlee@seattleschools.org
and Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Ryan Sander; 1hrsander@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch (12 – 12:55 p.m.) | S108

Comic Book Club is open to any comic enthusiasts! We also watch TV shows and movies and do a lot of (but not limited to) DC, Marvel and Star Wars themed stuff.


Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Lalonde; malalonde@seattleschools.org
Student: Alton Swiderski; 1adswiderski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | N220

Community service and FCCLA activities.


Focaccia Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gillespie; jrgillespie@seattleschools.org
Students: Ella Nichols; 1ecnichols@seattleschools.org
and Julian Swift; 1jaswift@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: 10:15-10:35 a.m. & Lunch | Band Room & NE221

To engage in worldly conversations over artisan breads.


Glake

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Subido; jesubido@seattleschools.org
Students: Spencer White and Miles Harrison
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S100

Skateboard, Bmx, Scooter club so people can come together and meat other riders.


Hands for the Homeless

Teacher Advisor: Mr Morean; kimorean@seattleschools.org
Students: Tessa Bolton; tlbolton@seattleschools.org
and Nadia Gorohoff ndgorohoff@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S101

We want to have a group to make care packages, and get together other supplies/support for the homeless in Ballard. We also want to have a donation system for old clothes, diapers, and other necessities for homeless organizations like Mary’s Place. we want to want to do a lot during the holiday season and the cold season, because that when people are really struggling.


Investment Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Blazevic; edblazevic@seattleschools.org
Students: Johannes Thiessen; 1jothiessen@seattleschools.org
and Ishan; 1iskamran@seattleschools.com
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | N108

In this club I want to teach students how to invest in their future and how to manage their money so it will grow. As well as teaching them how to trade stocks to participate in stock trading competitions. We also want to teach kids about personal finance.


Jewish Student Union (JSU)

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Storey; kmstorey@seattleschools.org
Student President: Flora Bradley; 1flbradley@seattleschools.org
Student Vice President: Elliott Jansen; 1emjansson@seattleschools.org
Student Vice President: Tansy Velush; 1tcvelush@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday (Every Other)
Time & Location: Lunch | S104

It’s a cultural student union that creates a Jewish community and connections at Ballard.


Knitting and Crochet Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Ager trager@seattleschools.org
Students: Xelli Berg; 1xrberg@seattleschools.org
and Katherine Wenrick; 1kjwenrick@seattleschools.org
and Kat Jones; 1kajones@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch 12:05 p.m. | Japanese Classroom S203

We will crochet or knit during lunch and teach anyone who is interested in learning.


M.A.S.C. Club (Masculine Advocating Students Conversing

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Brayman; btbrayman@seattleschools.org
Student: Karim Rifai; 1kyrifai@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | S106

Creating an inclusive environment to redefine masculinity in a positive way with discussions and presentations to resolve gender issues and frustrations.


Mao Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gillespie; jrgillespie@seattleschools.org
Students: Ella Nichols; 1ecnichols@seattleschools.org
and Hazel Hartman; 1hchartman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Band Room

We play Mao!

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National Honors Society

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Feise; gefeise@seattleschools.org
Student: Carmella Terrones; 1crterrones@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch (First Half) | Mr. Feise Room

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


Psychology Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
Student: Bridget Donnelly; 1bgdonnelly@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Dowdy Room

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


Sports Debate Club

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Smith; mtsmith@seattleschools.org
Students: Amare S.
and Zane A. and Sean B.
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch 12 – 1 p.m. | SW122

Talk about sports, make friends, build a community or group of people who share common interests.


Sunrise Club (Environmental Activism Club)

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Maykut; srmaykut@seattleschools.org
Students: Alina Zahn and Linden Fatland; 1aazahn@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Wednesday
Time & Location: Lunch (Second Half) | Ms. Maykut Room

A club where we learn about important climate, social and political issues that youth can help make a difference in.


Table Tennis Club

Teacher Advisor: Eric Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Sebastien Calhoun; 1stcalhoun@seattleschools.org
and Alton Naumann; adnaumann@seattleschools.org
and Alex Manelski; 1almanelski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Everyday
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

We are a casual/competitive Table Tennis/Ping Pong playing club. We have won metro league championship against Ingraham High School and we are working towards state this year.


Viking Robotics Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Connolly; baconnolly@seattleschools.org
Students: Lydia Blair; 1ljblair@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
and Dexter Czark; 1djczark@seattleschools.org
and Karim Rifai; 1kyrifai@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Wednesday
Times & Location: 6 – 8 p.m. | NW204/205

Viking Robotics is a youth-led inclusive and diverse community that inspires and educates students about engineering, programming, business, and other STEM skills through building robots. All are welcome regardless of skill level!

American Sign Language (ASL) Club

Teacher Advisor: Madame Sturgeon; amsturgeon@seattleschools.org
Student: Ella Heverley
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | 207

To teach ASL to people interested


Ballard Cinema Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Feise; gefeise@seattleschools.org
Students: Leela Estocapio and Alice Markman-Adkisson
Meetings: Monday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S107

Recreate the Movie Theater.


Ballard College Essay Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Riley; smriley@seattleschools.org
Student: Mira Slotskin; 1mrslotkin@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr. Riley Room

To help seniors with their college essays and other college questions.


Ballard Psychiatric Literacy Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Katrel; khkatrel@seattleschools.org
Student: Ru Trice-Loggers; 1acloggers@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch 11:55 a.m. | SW102

Our goal is to improve the psychiatric/mental health literacy rates within the school, so that students can gain the ability to recognize disorders, find information about mental health, learn how to support people who are struggling, and expand their knowledge of psychiatry.


BHS Bicycle Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
Student: Lucas Salm-Rojo; 1lpsalmrojo@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Film Classroom

We will talk about bikes and public transportation policies.


BHS Car Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
President: Ellis Terrell; 1ecterrell@seattleschools.org
Vice Presidents: Remy Hamon and Kian Graham
Meetings: Thursday or Friday
Time & Location: Afternoon | Outside of school, often times Golden Gardens or Discovery Park.

The BHS Car Club meets once a week in a variety of locations, such as Golden Gardens or Discovery Park, and parking garages if it’s raining, we all bring our cars, hangout and talk about car stuff. The Car Club has been meeting unofficially every week for the past year, but we’ve finally found a teacher to sponsor us and are hoping to gain more members.


BHS Paddle Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; jffoster@seattleschools.org
Student: Evan Bursell; 1ejbursell@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday 
Time & Location: Lunch | NW205

We want to open up stand up paddle boarding to students who are interested in learning about it.


Black Student Union (BSU)

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Prince; mrprince@seattleschools.org
Student: Semai Hagos; 1sahagos1@seattleschools.org
and Lidet Becker; 1lsbecker@seattleschools.org
and Sincere Norris; 1slnorris@seattleschools.org
and Vaneece Rushing; 1vgrushing@seattleschools.org
and Kemka Amaonwu; 1kaamaonwu@seattleschools.org
and Naomi Sefera; 1nfsefera@seattleschools.org
and Abdi Ibrahim; 1aaibrahim1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: 2nd & 4th Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S217

Continuing to teach on the black experience and increasing representation.


Brawl Stars Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Brott; anbrott@seattleschools.org
Student: Linus Nielsen-Mathews; 1lhnielsenmathews@seattleschools.org
and David Jamerson; 1dejamerson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S115

To have fun and talk about brawl stars, as well as play brawl stars.


Card Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Holmgren tgholmgren@seattleschools.org
Students: Max Rodak; 1mmrodak@seattleschools.org
and Anastasia Nikolic; 1annikolic@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S116

We play card games and its to invite new people and teach people to play cards.


Crafts Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Larson; kalarson@seattleschools.org
and Teacher Advisor: Ms. Franz-Knight; kafranznigh@seattleschools.org
Students: Charlotte Wenrick; 1cmwenrick@seattleschools.org
and Claire Spinosa; 1cjspinosa@seattleschools.org
and Lena Cogan; 1llcogan@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S102

Get together for people who want a creative outlet but don’t want the commitment to doing “fine arts”. Also crafts are fun and can bring positivity to people’s lives.


Crochet and Knitting Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Povey; mapovey@seattleschools.org
Students: Lydia Blair; 1ljblair@seattleschools.org
and Lucille Harris; 1alharris@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | NW213

Hang out and crochet/knit with fellow crafters!


DECA

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Jereczek; mejereczek@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Blazevic; edblazevic@seattleschools.org
Student: Madison Eseman; 1maeseman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday Tentatively
Time & Location: Lunch | N101

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


DND and Board Games

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gross; stgross@seattleschools.org
Students: Nathalie Stanley; 1ngstanley@seattleschools.org
and Dylan Jackson; 1dkjackson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesdays (Mr. Holmgren’s Room)
and Thursday (other than the first of the month) in Mr. Gross’s Room

Time & Location: After School | S116 & S105

This is to allow students to bond through games they love whether rpg’s or simple chucks and latters.


Earth Service Corps – YMCA

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gundle; njgundle@seattleschools.org
Students: Sydney Marion; 1sgmarion@seattleschools.org
and Madeleine Koenig; 1mhkoenig@seattleschools.org
and Samuel Tinker; 1shtinker@seattleschools.org
and Spencer Nuss; 1slnuss@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch, 11:50 a.m. | NW217

Our clubs purpose is to create a community to make the Ballard school and neighborhood greener and more sustainable. We want Ballard students to feel like they can make a difference and take action with our club.


Feminist Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms.McKenna; ahmckenna@seattleschools.org
Students: Addy Wynkoop; 1acwynkoop@seattleschools.org
and Taiya Fletcher; 1tafletcher1@seattleschools.org
and Edie Welch; 1ecwelch@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch (First Half) | 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. Additionally, we discuss, explain and dive into current and historical events with the emphasis of doing so with a feminist lens.


Fishing Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Chamberlin; ajchamberli1@seattleschools.org
Student: John Parrent; 1jpparrent@seattleschool.org
Meetings: Every Other Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Commons or SW215

To share knowledge about fishing and make it more open to new fishers.


Garment Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Carlson; ikcarlson@seattleschools.org
Students: Finn Vickers and Claude Rosa
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch (First Half) | NW203

Create a healthy and safe environment where people can share their garment creations and talk about fashion garments as a whole.


Hacky Sack Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Thurrow; wacunningham1@seattleschools.org
Students: Dylan Lo; 1dclo@seattleschools.org
and Hank Rinehart; 1hjrinehart@seattleschools.org
and Alex Becker; 1albecker@seattleschool.org
and Rocky Meredith; 1romeredith@seattleschools.org
and JP Parrent; 1jpparrent@seattleschools.org
and Elliot Goldberg; 1eogoldberg@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | On the Field

People playing hacky sack in 1 or more groups.


Japanese Language Club

Teacher Advisors: Mr. Ager; trager@seattleschools.org
Students: Louisa Ramsta;, 1lcramstad@seattleschools.org
and Xelli Berg; 1xberg@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S203

A club for those learning Japanese, and a place for people to casually practice their language skills. each meeting we’ll have a Kanji and grammar point of the week, and then use that in our conversations during the meeting.

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Math Tutoring Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Rus; ovrus@seattleschools.org
Student: Chloe Deux-Pancera; 1cmdeuxpancera@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW202

The Math Tutoring Club is to help students taking any math course improve their understanding of what they are working on. We are also looking for student tutors who want to teach others and earn service hours. Drop-ins welcome anytime!


Mock Trial Team

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Lee; stlee@seattleschools.org
Student: Sabi Yoon
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S108

Give students the opportunity to experience the thrill of the courtroom through mock trial simulations, including district competitions against other high schools, and even state and national competitions!


Philosophy and Ethics Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Storey; kmstorey@seattleschools.org
Students: Emma Wiens; 1emwiens@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
and Lucas Bright; 1ljbright@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday
Time & Location: After School 3:45 – 5 p.m. | SW103

Providing a place for students to learn more about philosophy and ethics as well as share and challenge ideas through meaningful and complex discussion and analysis. Activities include Socratic Seminars, coaching/lectures from UW PLATO volunteers, and participation in WA State Ethics Bowl.


Photography Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. O’Neil; gaoneill@seattleschools.org
Student: Quinn Carothers
Meetings: Tuesday or Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW126

Photography club is for students in photography class or for who love photography to meet with other photographers to learn and share their work. Students will have the option to work in the darkroom, meet for photoshoots and more.


Ryan Gosling Fan Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Bailey Jones; 1bmjones1@seattleschools.org
and Sophia Poole: 1srpoole1@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

Come join us as we praise and cherish the work of Ryan Gosling, including watching films that he has been in or just talking about him! We are fangirls.


STEM Aviation

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Chamberlin; ajchamberli1@seattleschools.org
Student: Mia Mayachar; 1mimayachar@seattleschool.org
Meetings: Thursday (Bi-Weekly)
Times & Locations: Lunch | SW226

Focus on aviation and aerodynamics. Study group to prepare for students getting PPL and partnered with STEM fly a program that takes students up flying.


Table Tennis Club

Teacher Advisor: Eric Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Sebastien Calhoun; 1stcalhoun@seattleschools.org
and Alton Naumann; adnaumann@seattleschools.org
and Alex Manelski; 1almanelski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Everyday
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

We are a casual/competitive Table Tennis/Ping Pong playing club. We have won metro league championship against Ingraham High School and we are working towards state this year.


War Thunder Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Krokower; bbkrokower@seattleschools.org
Student: Morgan Anderson; 1mlanderson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | Mr Krokower Room

We all play war thunder.

Astronomy Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Banholzer; srbanholzer@seattleschools.org
Student: Amara Fontes
Meetings: Friday 
Time & Location: Lunch | NW221

To learn about Astronomy, technology, and current events in the space community.


BHS Car Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
President: Ellis Terrell; 1ecterrell@seattleschools.org
Vice Presidents: Remy Hamon and Kian Graham
Meetings: Thursday or Friday
Time & Location: Afternoon | Outside of school, often times Golden Gardens or Discovery Park.

The BHS Car Club meets once a week in a variety of locations, such as Golden Gardens or Discovery Park, and parking garages if it’s raining, we all bring our cars, hangout and talk about car stuff. The Car Club has been meeting unofficially every week for the past year, but we’ve finally found a teacher to sponsor us and are hoping to gain more members.


BHS Street Photography Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
President: Lucas Salm-Rojo; 1lpsalmrojo@seattleschools.org
Vice Presidents: Roan Tierney, Lake Neill, 
and Luella Mcnichols, Meilee Riddle
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | Filmmaking Classroom

We will talk about and do street photography and also do some dives into analog photo developing and stuff.


Creative Projects

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Martin; brmartin@seattleschools.org
Students: Silas Horn; 1srhorn@seattleschools.org
Xavier Garibaldi; 1xmgaribaldi@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday & Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | P106

To imbue students with skills in communicating and problem solving and to let their creativity shine by doing fun projects as a group.


Film Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
Student: Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: After School 4 p.m. | Film Room in Library

Watch fun movies every Friday and help plan the Ballard High Film Festival.


Hockey Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Katrel; khkatrel@seattleschools.org
Students: Kennedy Jensen; 1kmjensen@seattleschools.org
and Noel Bellabarba; 1nabellabarba@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch 11:50 a.m. | SW102

To create a safe space for all individuals to talk and discuses the sports of hockey.


Model UN

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Dowdy; rmdowdy@seattleschools.org
Students: Violet Petersen and Amelia Wignall
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Dowdy Room

Our purpose is to prepare students for various competitions where students will represent a country at a mock United Nations committee meeting.


Menstruation Education Club

Teacher Advisor: Dr. Becky Howsmon; rahowsmon@seattleschools.org
Student: Maisy Clunies-Ross; 1macluniesross@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: First Half of Lunch | NW200

The purpose of our club is to prepare lessons and presentations on issues relating to menstruation (including period poverty, sustainability of menstrual products, the pink tax, and the related stigma.) Interested members of the club will ideally take action on these issues, by making reusable pads and presenting the lessons on menstruation in elementary and middle schools.


Nintendo Games Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Holmgren; tgholmgren@seattleschools.org
Student: Morgan Van Laar; 1mdvanlaar@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | S116

A group of people coming together to enjoy all types of Nintendo games.


PRIDE Book Club

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

To create a safe fun space for LGBTQ and Allies to read books that represent who they are and discuss issues in our community.


Sailing Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; jffoster@seattleschools.org
Students: Phoebe Howe; 1pmhowe@seattleschools.org
and Simone Ford; 1szford@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time & Location: After School | At a club near Golden Gardens

We are Ballard’s sailing team we compete at different events in the fall and spring representing Ballard.


Table Tennis Club

Teacher Advisor: Eric Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Sebastien Calhoun; 1stcalhoun@seattleschools.org
and Alton Naumann; adnaumann@seattleschools.org
and Alex Manelski; 1almanelski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Everyday
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

We are a casual/competitive Table Tennis/Ping Pong playing club. We have won metro league championship against Ingraham High School and we are working towards state this year.


Taylor Swift Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms.Lehni; lllehni@seattleschools.org
Student: Addy Wynkoop; 1acwynkoop@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Friday
Time & Location: Lunch (First Half) | S100

In this club we will do Taylor Swift 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. Our mission is to create a fun and positive environment for anyone to discuss their love for Taylor Swift!


Yapping Club (Podcast)

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Cove Brammer; 1jcbrammer@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

To give a platform to students who want a voice on a podcast and to share information.

Ballard Cinema Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Feise; gefeise@seattleschools.org
Students: Leela Estocapio and Alice Markman-Adkisson
Meetings: Monday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S107

Recreate the Movie Theater.


BHS Car Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Bradford; spbradford@seattleschools.org
President: Ellis Terrell; 1ecterrell@seattleschools.org
Vice Presidents: Remy Hamon and Kian Graham
Meetings: Thursday or Friday
Time & Location: Afternoon | Outside of school, often times Golden Gardens or Discovery Park.

The BHS Car Club meets once a week in a variety of locations, such as Golden Gardens or Discovery Park, and parking garages if it’s raining, we all bring our cars, hangout and talk about car stuff. The Car Club has been meeting unofficially every week for the past year, but we’ve finally found a teacher to sponsor us and are hoping to gain more members.


BHS Girls Lax

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Bridget Donnelly; 1bgdonnelly@seattleschools.org
and Ellie M., Mia M., Maddie S., Mirabel P.
Meetings: Spring Sports Season
Time & Location: Lunch | Field

Girls Lacrosse! Teamwork! Athletics! Bonding! Winning! Life skills!


Brawl Stars Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Brott; anbrott@seattleschools.org
Student: Linus Nielsen-Mathews; 1lhnielsenmathews@seattleschools.org
and David Jamerson; 1dejamerson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | S115

To have fun and talk about brawl stars, as well as play brawl stars.


Creative Projects

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Martin; brmartin@seattleschools.org
Students: Silas Horn; 1srhorn@seattleschools.org
Xavier Garibaldi; 1xmgaribaldi@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday & Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | P106

To imbue students with skills in communicating and problem solving and to let their creativity shine by doing fun projects as a group.


DECA

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Jereczek; mejereczek@seattleschools.org
and Mr. Blazevic; edblazevic@seattleschools.org
Student: Madison Eseman; 1maeseman@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday Tentatively
Time & Location: Lunch | N101

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


DND and Board Games

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Gross; stgross@seattleschools.org
Students: Nathalie Stanley; 1ngstanley@seattleschools.org
and Dylan Jackson; 1dkjackson@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesdays (Mr. Holmgren’s Room)
and Thursday (other than the first of the month) in Mr. Gross’s Room

Time & Location: After School | S116 & S105

This is to allow students to bond through games they love whether rpg’s or simple chucks and latters.


Generation SOS

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Maykut; srmaykut@seattleschools.org
Students: McCall Hunter; 1mahunter@seattleschools.org
and Rory Monaghan; 1romonaghan@seattleschools.org
and Chloe Olson; 1cpolson@seattleschools.org
and Kasper Vaagsland; 1kkvaagsland@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Once a Month
Time & Location: Lunch | Ms. Maykut Room

To bring awareness to fentanyl overdoses in our community and bring sober speakers to school.


Hacky Sack Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Thurrow; wacunningham1@seattleschools.org
Students: Hank Rinehart; 1hjrinehart@seattleschools.org
and Alex Becker; 1albecker@seattleschool.org
and Rocky Meredith; 1romeredith@seattleschools.org
and JP Parrent; 1jpparrent@seattleschools.org
and Elliot Goldberg; 1eogoldberg@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday & Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | On the Field

People playing hacky sack in 1 or more groups.


Math Tutoring Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Rus; ovrus@seattleschools.org
Student: Chloe Deux-Pancera; 1cmdeuxpancera@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW202

The Math Tutoring Club is to help students taking any math course improve their understanding of what they are working on. We are also looking for student tutors who want to teach others and earn service hours. Drop-ins welcome anytime!


Philosophy and Ethics Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Storey; kmstorey@seattleschools.org
Students: Emma Wiens; 1emwiens@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
and Lucas Bright; 1ljbright@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Tuesday and Thursday
Time & Location: After School 3:45 – 5 p.m. | SW103

Providing a place for students to learn more about philosophy and ethics as well as share and challenge ideas through meaningful and complex discussion and analysis. Activities include Socratic Seminars, coaching/lectures from UW PLATO volunteers, and participation in WA State Ethics Bowl.


Photography Club

Teacher Advisor: Ms. O’Neil; gaoneill@seattleschools.org
Student: Quinn Carothers
Meetings: Tuesday or Thursday
Time & Location: Lunch | SW126

Photography club is for students in photography class or for who love photography to meet with other photographers to learn and share their work. Students will have the option to work in the darkroom, meet for photoshoots and more.


Sailing Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Foster; jffoster@seattleschools.org
Students: Phoebe Howe; 1pmhowe@seattleschools.org
and Simone Ford; 1szford@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time & Location: After School | At a club near Golden Gardens

We are Ballard’s sailing team we compete at different events in the fall and spring representing Ballard.


Table Tennis Club

Teacher Advisor: Eric Ensign; erensign@seattleschools.org
Students: Sebastien Calhoun; 1stcalhoun@seattleschools.org
and Alton Naumann; adnaumann@seattleschools.org
and Alex Manelski; 1almanelski@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Everyday
Time & Location: Lunch | Activity Center (AC)

We are a casual/competitive Table Tennis/Ping Pong playing club. We have won metro league championship against Ingraham High School and we are working towards state this year.


Viking Robotics Club

Teacher Advisor: Mr. Connolly; baconnolly@seattleschools.org
Students: Lydia Blair; 1ljblair@seattleschools.org
and Isabel Baraff; 1irbaraff@seattleschools.org
and Dexter Czark; 1djczark@seattleschools.org
and Karim Rifai; 1kyrifai@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Wednesday
Times & Location: 6 – 8 p.m. | NW204/205

Viking Robotics is a youth-led inclusive and diverse community that inspires and educates students about engineering, programming, business, and other STEM skills through building robots. All are welcome regardless of skill level!


Yapping Club (Podcast)

Teacher Advisor: Ms. Chambers; tschambers@seattleschools.org
Student: Cove Brammer; 1jcbrammer@seattleschools.org
Meetings: Monday and Friday
Time & Location: Lunch | Library

To give a platform to students who want a voice on a podcast and to share information.

As of April 24, 2024