Attached is the list of current clubs for students to join that will be held virtually. To join a club, please email the Advisor that you are interested and they will reach out to you with zoom meeting information. Please note, new clubs may be added throughout the year and some clubs will only be available when we are in person.
The purpose of this club will be to explore all art mediums and inspire others around school, and in the community.
Advisor: Nancy Skadal
Asssociation of Latino American Students (ALAS):
The purpose of the club will to cultivate the next generation of Latino leaders and allies through civic engagement, social emotional support, and advocating for the improvement of Latino lives and underrepresented Latino communites.
Advisor: Jamie Fisher-Vargas
Asian Youth Awareness Club (AYAC):
The purpose of the club will promote unity among students of Asian descent and promote Asian cultures to the Chico High student body.
Advisor: Ken Frisbee
This club is made up of the Chico High band members and helps raise funds for band activities.
Advisor: Ruben Morales
California Scholarship Federation (CSF): Web Page The purpose of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is to foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of the high schools of California.
Advisors: Kris Hahn, Gina Snider
Learning the sacred art of chess
Advisor: Rudy Bustamante
This club is to expose high school aged girls to awareness of who they are and who they can become, as they prepare for the bigger role they will have in society.
Advisor: Gina Snider
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA):
This club is to serve the Chico High student athletes and impact players and coaches lives through their faith.
Advisor: Keith Rollins
Friday Night Live (FNL):
This club will help organize and run intervention activities on campus, mentoring, leadership training and positive fun interactions with other students and staff.
Advisors: Rebekah Holley
Future Farmers of America - ChicoChapter (FFA): Web Page The Chico FFA is a local chapter of the National FFA organization. This is a group for young people interested in all areas of agriculture including ag mechanics, ornamental horticulture, floriculture, livestock, farming and ag business. To belong to the FFA, a student must be enrolled in an ag class at ChicoHigh School. The purpose of the FFA is to promote leadership training through a learn-by-doing approach. Our chapter members elect officers in the spring who develop activities for the year. Some of the activities and events that FFA members participate in include: showing projects at the Silver Dollar Fair, sponsoring the Twirps Dance, Public Speaking, Parliamentary Procedure Team, Floriculture Team, Ag Mechanics Team, monthly meetings, the annual Awards Banquet, Leadership Conferences, State and National FFA Convention and community service. Chico FFA is for anyone with an interest in becoming leaders in their community
Advisor: Lindsay Mastelotto (Swickard)
This club will have as its purpose designing, marketing, and selling floral arrangements. (Not available virtually, but will be back when we are in person.)
Advisor: Lindsay Mastelotto
FFA Judging Team:
This club will work to improve personal skills and techniques within a specific agriculture industry focus through competition and team work. Not available virtually, but will be back when we are in person.)
Advisor: Lindsay Mastelotto
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA):
Club committed to the fight against homophobia and discrimination on campus and in our community.
Advisor: Ken Frisbee
HOSA Medical Club:
The HOSA Medical club will have as its purpose to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.
Advisor: Tammi Taylor, Assisted by Melanie Castillo
To participate in cultural activities of countries represented by members.
Advisor: Breanna O'Neil-Pepe
Key Club: Key Club is a service organization associated with the Chico Kiwanis Club. Club members organize blood drives held on campus by the North Valley Blood Bank and have donated item to help in various facilities in Chico. Money raised by the club through car washes and parking at the Silver Dollar Fair are donated to groups such as Special Olympics.
Advisor: Karen Washington
The club gives CHS students the opportunity to create graphics, logos, etc. and print them on merchandise (t-shirts, buttons, stickers, mugs, banners, etc. and sell such products to their peers on campus.(Not available virtually, but will be back when we are in person.)
Advisor: Shannon McClean
Interact is a Rotary-sponsored service club for high school students. Members carry out at least two service projects yearly; one that serves the school or the community and another that furthers international understanding. Young people develop initiative,leadership skills, and lasting friendships. The Chico High Interact Club meets twice a month, elects officers and determines projects for the school year. To remain eligible for membership, Interact members must attend 60% or more of the regular meetings.
Advisors: Jill Ortega
Science Club is a place where people with similar interests come together and share their ideas. It's a place to meet new people and experience new possibilities.
Advisor: Jenelle Ball
S.I.P.S. Club (Student Integrated Peer Sustainability):
The club 's mission is to create awareness about sustainability on and off Campus. It's meeting place for students to share their ideas of caring for our environment, campus and city. Striving for a green school and city. Everyone is welcome!
Advisors: Karen Larson-Cannell and Luke Coulson
Skills USA Chapter:
The Skills USA club is to assist local SkillsUSA members in their growth and development.
Advisors: Shannon McLean and Jonathon Andrew
S.O.C.K. (Science outreach for Chico kids):
To promote and celebrate the sciences in the Chico area via shows, presentations, demonstrations and evens. Our club will not only entertain and amaze but inform and teach people about the amazing world around them.
Advisor: Lukas Kennedy
Society of Women Engineers Next:
This club gives opportunities for scholarships, awards, internships, and volunteering in events put on by Chico State SWE Club.
Advisor: Marc Kessler
SOFA (Student Organized Friendship Alliance):
SOFA is a club that helps students develop social skills with special education students.
Advisor: Tammi Taylor
VOCES Latinas is dedicated to creating a voice for the Latino community by means of promoting awareness for pride for Hispanic & Latino language, culture, and literature through theater, poetry, and cultural events. Our mission is to enrich ourselves, our familes, and the comminity, through Verso, Obra, Cutura, Educacian, y Servico. Through these golas, VOCES Latinas will focus on fostering a welcoming environment where students can not only share their cultural values with others, but strive to provide members of the club and the public with events and resources. VOCES Latinas encourages students - regardles of background - to join the club. Interest in Hispanic & Latino culture, literature, language, and/or Spanish theater is the only requirement.
Advisor: Jamie Fisher-Vargas
X-Treme Peer Mediation:
Club assists students in mediating conflicts. The club also provides training in anti-mean girls, anti-bullying and anti-gang involvement to elementary and junior high schools in the Chico Unified School District.
Advisor: Joe Ahmadi
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