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Clubs

Club List 2017 – 2018 

* Students should check with the club advisor or the daily bulletin for meeting dates and times. *

 

Academic Decathlon   Ms. Perez: Q-9

Academic Seminar participates in the National Association of Quiz Tournament events throughout Southern California.

Art Club   Mr. Brusca: M-6

Students can come together and discuss, exhibit, practice, and/or get feedback about their art, as well as express their passion for art.

ASL   Mr. Archer: D-7

The ASL Club is a forum where students can share common interest, practice the art of signing, and improve their language and communication skills and activities that relate to American Sign Language and the Deaf Culture in America.

Auto Club    Mr. Lane: Q-1

This club is for students who have an interest in cars and how they work. Their goals this year are to teach new members to change tires and do oil changes. Fundraisers include car washes and working on vehicles.

Bible Club    Mr. Shanks: Q-24

The Bible Club is designed to give an opportunity for students to grow in their love for God through a study of who He reveals Himself to be in the Bible.  Meets Tuesdays @ lunch

Breakfast for the Soul    Mrs. Hardbarger: K-1

Club collects donations and cooks meals in order to feed and supply the homeless people of our community. Please see Club Advisor for information.  Meets 1st Tuesday of the Month

Chess Club    Mr. Borish: J-3

Chess Club meets to play chess and discuss strategy.  We also teach interested people how to play.  MeetsTuesdays @ lunch

Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Club   Ms. Regalado: Q-8

The goal of the club is to inspire, support, and inform all latinos, latinas, and allies that we need more Latinos and Latinas in Leadership positions here in our city, state and country.  For each member to feel confident and ready to take on life in their own skin in becoming Future Leaders!  Meets every other Friday @ lunch

Comics, Gaming and Animation Club   Mr. Brusca: M-6

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Current Issues Awareness    Mrs. Avanessian: F-12

CIA provides an environment for students to examine and discuss world events. Topics include politics, science, mainstream news, religion, and much more. Meetings are in room F-12 on Tuesdays/lunch.

Dead Poets Society   Mr. Walker: J-6

The Dead Poets Society is dedicated to the creative, expressive, and playful use of language.  Our activities include word games, creative storytelling, and slam poetry.  Meets Wednesdays @ lunch

DFY-It Ms. Gibbs: J-5

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Dungeons and Dragons     Madame Perez: Q-9

The mission of the club is to help find a new found love for fantasy, whether it be for D&D or for fiction in general.  By playing D&D with the club members, students will be able to find new perspectives in both the game, and in life.

Equestrian     Mrs. Martin: Small Gym

The Hart Equestrian Club participates in four regional and national amateur equestrian sports competitions a year at Hansen Dam. Riders must supply their own horse, have a trainer, and be familiar with dressage and/or Hunter/Jumper events and courses.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Mrs. Bae: S-1

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Film Club    Mr. Howard: F-11

Film Club is a weekly gathering of young film makers and filming enthusiast who will get together to produce, write, and film several types of short films for discussion and critique. All aspects of film production will be discussed, learned and utilized with hands on filming and editing; from pre to post production.

French Club   Ms. Perez: Q-9

French Club is for those who love the French language and Francophone culture! Here students will meet to practice their French, as well as organize group outings and activities. Vive la France!

Friends of Hart Library   Mrs. Driggs: Library

Share “Good Reads” – Discuss titles for upcoming purchases – Seek help in using library resources (databases), MLA citations, Practice PSAT/SAT/ACT/AP tests (FREE), College Search, Fundraising and more. . .

Future Business Leaders of America    Mr. Walker: J-6

The FBLA strives to bring business and education together through leadership and career development.

Gender Sexuality Alliance Ms. Storaker: M-7

The Gay- Straight Alliance promotes equality, as well as a safe environment for all. GSA members work on putting together special events like the Aids walk and the Day of Silence.

Hart Print and Screen Club    Mr. Lindberg: Q-4

This club meets to help students further their graphic design and printing skills and also to give them opportunities to learn more about careers in graphic communications. This club meets at lunch and after school on selected days.

Improv    Ms. Magon: P-2

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Inkling Writing Club     Ms. Moshen: C-3

The club meets to discuss and share students’ creative writing pursuits.  They recite slam poems, read excerpts from poems and short stories they’ve written, and provide feedback to one another. Students are currently working on fundraising ideas so that they can raise money to publish a literary magazine.  Students in the club will be collecting creative writing submissions from Hart students and will work together to edit and organize for publication.  Meets Fridays @ lunch

Key Club   Ms. Groscost: F-32

A service organization that volunteers throughout the community; most activities are on the weekends.Meets Wednesdays @lunch

La Sociètè Honoraire de Francais  Ms. Perez: Q-9

It is the French Honor Society, open to students in their second semester of French 2 and higher. They must have at least an A- in French in order to participate. Meetings are conducted entirely in French and include interesting activities related to promoting and understanding of Francophone culture from around the world.  

Ping Pong Club   Mr. Vincent: P-3

The Ping Pong Club is a place where students can meet new friends while playing ping pong.  Meets Fridays @ lunch

Project Linus Club   Mrs. Blanco: M-4

Project Linus is a national non-profit organization that provides new blankets and afghans for children in need. These blankets provide a sense of security, warmth and comfort for children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need. Blankets are created and distributed locally to children in hospitals, shelters, social service agencies, or anywhere that a child might be in need of a big hug. Student volunteers, known as “Blanketeers” may contribute their time to a worthy case by joining the Project Linus Club. No sewing or knitting skills are required. Just a big heart!

Red Cross    Mrs. Bae: S-1

A nationally recognized community service club. The goal of Red Cross is to make our community and the world a better place and a place where young people will develop leadership skills. Red Cross school clubs help the Red Cross fulfill its humanitarian mission. Students will discover opportunities for self-development and will be involved in activities that fulfill the community’s greatest needs.

Robotics   Mrs. Hughes: Q-2

This is a club where students can experience science and technology real life applications while working together as a group with a common goal. It promotes teamwork, self-confidence, gracious professionalism and leadership, while competing against other schools across the county. Robotics demonstrates the value of individual diversity, combined creativity, and positive achievements.

Singer Songwriter Club   Mr. Bailey: Band Room

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Spanish Club     Mr. Fernandez: F-12

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Special Olympics     Mrs. Avanessian: F-12

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Spectrum    Mr. Koebel: D-2

The goal of Club Spectrum is to spread awareness of mental illness on the Hart High School campus and encourage the students of HHS to speak up if they need to and to support those who do.  Furthermore, Club Spectrum will work on projects to help nonprofit mental health organizations.  Meets Tuesdays @ lunch

Speech and Debate    Mrs. Nishioka: F-43

Hart Speech and Debate is a competitive speech team that competes in four different types of debates, twelve different speech categories, and student congress. Our season extends from October to May. Please see Club Advisor for information.

Stem Club    Mr. Borish: J-3

The STEM Club gives students the chance to explore aspects of science, technology, engineering, and math, while increasing their knowledge of STEM careers.

The Tribe    ASB

The Tribe is the student section for football and basketball games. They may also attend other sporting events to support Hart. The Tribe supports cheerleaders during the games -- participating in the cheers, getting the crowds excited about the games, and generally having fun.

Truth Be Told    Ms. Lee: M-3

It is a Bible club, which students lead Bible studies that are relevant to high school students.  Meets Thursdays @ lunch

Ultimate Frisbee    Mr. Walker: J-6

Please see Club Advisor for information.

Unto Others    Ms. Lee: M-3

This club participates in community projects to serve less fortunate people or our troops.  They collect different donations throughout the years.  This year (2017-18), they are going to be in charge of Pennies for Patients.  Meets Mondays @ lunch

Welcome Club Ms. Armour: M-5

The Welcome Club has the purpose of bringing students who have trouble dealing with social situations. It creates a judgement-free environment that allows students to meet new people.