4/25/17 - The new SOP Manual and Club Application are available to download! Download the SOP Manual and the Club Application.

A club is defined as a student-initiated, maintained, driven and inclusive group that continuously and consistently aligns itself with the Christ-centered goals, vision and purpose of JSerra. Further, these groups may choose to affiliate with a larger, national non-profit organization, but must keep in mind that this larger organization must fall within the same regimented scope as stated above.

There are three types of clubs:

1. Service, which focuses on the welfare of a group or communities through health, education, etc.
2. Extracurricular, which focuses on enhancing academics
3. Social, which focuses on cultivating school spirit or strengthening student camaraderie

To start a club, students must ask a teacher to moderate the club (thereby supervising meetings, events, and activities), complete the application form with the club moderator, submit fundraising ideas to the Advancement office and begin meeting and making new friends!

View our current clubs and organizations by type:



Service ClubModeratorPresidentDescription
Adopt A Beach
Sarah SwaykusMarlee Smith
To perpetuate more respectful treatment of our beaches and watersheds and to participate in cleanups and Earth Day environmental events.
American Red CrossTom Smith
Nico AbusaidTo help save lives through the selfless art of donating blood to those in need.  
Blanket BuddiesLaura KennedyKelsey BurnsTo make and distribute handmade blankets to hospitalized children.
Caring CupcakesSarah SwaykusTaline RatanjeeTo bake cupcakes monthly for the homeless and throw birthday parties for underprivileged children.
Environmentality ClubOlivia Huie Katharina ShultzTo keep JSerra's community clean through recycling services like collection of plastic water bottles. Money is donated to a needy organization.
Habitat for HumanityFather DamienAshley ReinerTo put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope through fundraising opportunities.
Haiti ClubTom JasoMary FlanaganTo raise awareness for those affected by the 2009 earthquake and to donate fundraising profits to orphaned nations.
Geriatric Service Club: Ageless AllianceBetty CappellettiSera ShaughnessyTo aid those in the elderly community who are less fortunate and in need of Christian compassion, care, and support.
Let It FlowAmy HemphillIsha HustonTo raise money to provide clean water both globally and locally. We will use money to buy filters that can be distributed, demoed, and put together by students.
Live for Others
Michael MonetteJack (John) GriesemerTo raise awareness for the Live for Others Foundation and rare cancer such as Synovial Cell Sarcoma, honoring alum Tim Vorenkamp.
Love from the East
Carol Chaffee
Stephen (Fengyuan) TianTo use our sales and marketing skills to sell products that are made in China using the money to donate to the homeless.
MSing with MSCristen FullertonNatalie EansorTo support the MS Society and people surviving with M.S. throughout our community with care packages, meals, and get-togethers.
NEGUMichele ChenaultAshley KempfTo help encourage children who have cancer and their families through work with NEGU Foundation using JoyJars.
Orange Ribbon ClubMichiel BesselingNico AbusaidTo raise awareness about Leukemia and raise money to find a cure.
Patriot ClubMary Victoria TaylorMaddie NosekTo support Camp Pendleton Marines with a variety of service opportunities like baby showers, rack packs, trunk or treat, Camp Joy, etc.
Peru ClubLaura KennedyMichelle LazaranTo travel to Peru and complete missionary work while spreading joy.
Pictures for PatientsLorena AmaroJack (John) CollierTo connect students to patients with Alzheimer's and give back to the community.
Pro-Life ClubMatthew TuzsynskiSera ShaughnessyTo inform students of what it actually means to be pro-life (that you support all forms and stages of life and their purpose).
Read 2 HealJonathan TellesKerry AshkenazeTo serve and enrich the community by donating books, e-readers, and magazines to local nonprofit organizations, particularly The Boys & Girls Club of SJC and CHOC Children's Hospital.
Save the ChildrenMatthew TuzsynskiAileen CasillasTo fundraise and raise awareness for kids in need in various locations and situations internationally.
Serra's HelpersVivian NguyenVictoria SageTo give back to the less fortunate residing in SJC, one grocery bag at a time.
Special Olympics ClubPatrick ReidyQuinn Verbosky
 To serve athletes with special needs and help them achieve their dreams of participating in the Special Olympics.
Trace UgandaDavid EngerMichelle LiuTo fundraise for Trace Uganda under the UN and provide donations for homeless children (under 18) in Uganda.



Extracurricular ClubModeratorPresidentDescription
3D MakerzMichele ChenaultIsabella SillsTo educate others about 3D printing and utilize this knowledge as a means to impact people's lives.
Badminton ClubSarah SwaykusTony XuTo give students interested in badminton an opportunity to play and enjoy the game.
BIOLOLSharri GuerreroCeline ShenTo give students a hands-on way of experiencing Biology.
California Scholarship FederationWendy Adam & Teresa HustonTo foster high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship, and encourage all students to strive for excellence.
Cyber Patriot Club
Dr. Jan KilduffMia WillettTo learn about cyber security and data encryption and to compete in contests held by Air Force.
FLAKayla GradillasRiley O'BrienTo promote Christian leadership amongst our JSerra athletes and provide opportunities for Christian Service while cultivating a positive athletic environment.
French ClubCherie AtighetchiKerry AshkenazeTo enhance our knowledge of French culture and facilitate learning through increased exposure to French language, literature, and media.
Intramural Sports Club
KC WilliamsGraham (William) PartonTo schedule and play various sports on weekends or during the week.
Think TankDavid Enger
Stuart Carson
To engage students in the world around them through research and discussion of the issues facing the world today.
Lion AmbassadorsSarah Swaykus Stuart CarsonTo welcome and integrate our international students into the JSerra family.
MUNRon MisiowJerry XieTo prepare students for the MUN conferences and to improve students’ public speaking, speech and debate, language usage, and critical thinking skills. To also enhance students' understanding about internal issues.
National Honor SocietyCarol deBoisblancTaline RatanjeeTo maintain and extend the qualities of scholarship, leadership, service, and character as we use our personal talents and skills for the improvement of both self and society.
Robotics Club
Dr. Jan KilduffEthan (Minwoo) OhTo build robots and compete in competitions. ENGINEERING MAGNET CLUB.



Social ClubModeratorPresidentDescription
ASB ClubMichele ChenaultN/ATo decorate locations for school activities, rallies and dances to ramp up school spirit.
Film & Media ClubPaul HigginsAdam ChaconTo give students the opportunity to earn service hours and share in the knowledge of the film and media industry.
Improv ClubElise YbarraAileen Casillas and Alexa Rydell
 To learn the basics of improvisation.
Sailing ClubWendy AdamAmadea LengerTo cultivate the skills of sailing among the JSerra students and expand their skills for sailing.
Philosophy ClubJonathan TellesJulia KruegerTo encourage members to think about questions that matter to them while providing an idea-driven  and open-minded environment for students to challenge their views and intellect.
Rugby ClubLorena AmaroElijah OrtizTo provide an opportunity for JSerra students to learn the sport and culture of rugby football and to compete in SC Youth Rugby HS Varsity and JV Divisions.
Social Justice ClubPatrick AhleYingzhu (Snow) ZhengTo discuss freely social issues such as human rights, environmental protection, and bullying and then come up with a solution. This is a Law Magnet club.
TLC: Transfer Lion's ClubOlivia HuieTaline RatanjeeTo welcome transfer students and welcome them to the JSerra community.
U2CAMonica McQueenSherry GuoTo bring students together with a common interest in art and help them explore their talents by creating their own art and possibly entering small competitions.


JSerra Catholic High School

26351 Junipero Serra Road
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Phone: 949.493.9307 | Fax: 949.493.9308

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