Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations


Clubs and Organizations Descriptions:
  
Below are descriptions of some clubs we have on campus.  If you have questions about any club, please contact the Club Advisor.

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: Bruce Dillman)

Band:
This club is made up of the Chico High band members and helps raise funds for band activities. (Advisor: Todd Filpula)

California Scholarship Federation
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)  Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month in Room H-1 during first lunch and in Room D-1 during second lunch.

Cheerleading
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Choir Club
Club helps choir students to further appreciate choir, and to unite members of the existing choirs.  (Advisor: Susan Delgardo)
 
Cycling Club
To get students into the sport of cycling. (Advisor: Paul Stehphens)

Drama Club
Drama club gives students chances to put on performances as well as see other performances in Chico. (Advisor: Kelsey Dickman)

Dumbledore's Army
This club is inspired by Harry Potter and is for aspiring witches and wizards to band together to preserve what is right and to fight evil.
(Advisor: Sal Reyna)

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Club serves Chico High student athletes in their faith.  (Advisor:  Keith Rollins)

FIDM Fashion Club (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising)
This club helps students show their talents and artwork of fashion, make up and interior design. It may also help in getting a scholarship to FIDM.
(Advisor: Anita Homesley)
 
Friday Night Live (FNL)
Club provides opportunities for student in areas of leadership, mentoring, prevention and community service.  (Advisor:Karen Armstrong)
 
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 (Advisors:  Quinn Mendez,  Sheena Sloan, Ronnie Cockrell)
 
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
Club committed to the fight against homophobia and discrimination on campus and in our community.  (Advisor:  Jennifer Carey)

Green Thumb Club:
To promote horticulture from seed planting to plant sales. (Advisor: Dennis Schultz)

Key Club Web Page
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: Cindy Triffo)
  
Literary Magazine
Recognition and publication of good writing by CHS students (Seven-Eighths Under Water publication).  (Advisor:  Laura Carey)
 
Panther Brew
Students run the Panther Brew truck, to raise money for campus beautification projects.  (Advisor:  Jon Nickerson)
 
Pep Squad
Cheerleading is an activity which supports the sports programs at ChicoHigh School.  Cheering for fall and winter sports helps boost school spirit and develops leadership and communication sills, strength and agility.  Cheerleaders practice regularly, attend football and basketball games and some volleyball and soccer games.  Cheerleaders also help promote spirit by attending rallies, painting posters, holding fundraisers, participating in community events and taking part in various competitions.  This activity is physically and emotionally demanding as well as very time consuming, but cheerleading is also fun.  Tryouts are announced each spring in the daily bulletin. (Advisors: Teresa Tindall and Caitlin McCandless)

Rotary Interact
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. (Advisor: Robin Bicocca)

Science Club
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)

Spikeball Club
To encourage physical activity, develop cardiovascular fitness and stimulate the mind while enjoying a team sport. (Advisor: Brian Boyer)

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.  (Advisors: Stage, Chrisco, Teja and Mendez)