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Nearly 98% of all JSerra students participate in at least one club. We encourage students to explore their hobbies and goals by joining a club that appeals to their interests. With nearly 50 clubs, there's something for everyone.
Donna Vandenberg, Vice Principal


QUESTIONS?

Do you have questions about ASG Leadership or student activities? Contact Activities Director Mrs. Michele Chenault at mchenault@jserra.org or 949.493.9307 Ext. 5121.

Clubs

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.

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

Starting a Club

  1. Select a club moderator. Ask a teacher to moderate the club. The moderator's role is to supervise meetings, events, and activities.
  2. Complete the Club Application and SOP Manual.
  3. Set up a regular meeting time and dates to meet with your club members once your club has been approved.
  4. You will be contacted via your school email for your club presentation time with ASG. Club presentations are scheduled for May 22, 2018 in Room #3217.

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Service Clubs

CLUB MODERATOR PRESIDENT DESCRIPTION
Bring Chang to Mind Cara Morales Morgan Burroughs To end the stigma discrimination about mental illness and show students that they have support in school and everyday life.
Caritas Christi Bridget Desmond Sophie Kempf To serve the JSerra community. Available only to 25 seniors.
Eco Club Olivia Huie Simon Wang To benefit the JSerra community through environmental services. The club sponsors a school-wide recycling program and the club meets weekly in the Counseling office.
Girl Up JSerra Lori Austin Kiana Sedigh To raise money for girls in developing countries who don't have enough money to afford an education, but instead get married to an older man and have children when they are still kids themselves.
Habitat for Humanity David Enger Samuel Chan To raise money for Habitat for Humanity and work in tangent with the organization to participate in building houses for less fortunate people.
Haiti Club Tom Jaso Sophie Kempf To support Free the Kids, Inc., which funds a local orphanage in Haiti.
HALO (Dance for Autism) Anne-Marie McClellan Madeliene Bredek To educate and serve children with Autism to achieve the highest level of independence in their home, school, and community through supportive therapies. This call-to-action is expressed through the use of the art of dance to promote awareness.
Hello Beautiful Amy Hemphill Meghan Reiner To visit senior-subsidized housing to perform salon services on residents such as make-up and nails as well as provide fellowship with the residents.
Helping Hands

Teri Fleiss

Hope Haythorne To help our immediate community by getting involved with the younger generations as well as the older generations. We will do this by partnering with Kinoshita Elementary.
Humble Helpers Foundation Zach Eckert Aimee Garibay-Gutierrez Humble Helpers is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing help to homeless people. We provide basic necessities to homeless people such as food bags, clothing, hygiene kits and blankets.
Knots of Love Randall Justman Alexandra Rodriguez To make homemade hats for cancer patients by donating the finished hats to Knots of Love — a charity that will directly distribute the hats to the patients themselves.
Laura's Hearts Barby Hirsch Alexandra Pavy To work with Laura's House and provide service opportunities and help women and children in unfavorable situations.
LEAD Program Bret Dahlson   To help the Admissions Department interact with prospective families via Admissions events and Shadow Days.
Life Leaders Michele Chenault Ben Cunningham To assist freshman through the transition from middle school to high school.
Lions Ambassadors Teri Fleiss Weiwei Wu To welcome our international students to  the JSerra family. Lion Ambassadors are outgoing, compassionate, responsible students who include, invite, and encourage development for our international students.
Live for Others Michael Monette Tommy Senske To raise awareness and funds for the Live for Others Foundation and to find a cure for rare childhood cancers, such as Synovial Cell Sarcoma, while honoring alumus Tim Vorenkamp.
Miracle for Kids Amy Hemphill Kennedy Mason To help families with critically ill children to fight off bankruptcy, homelessness, hunger, and depression so they can fight for their children's lives.
NEGU (Never Ever Give Up) Randall Justman Kaden Wayer To support and send continual jars of encouragement to pediatric cancer patients and their families to help them fight and Never Ever Give Up.
Operation Independence Clarie Prestridge Dylan Walker To write letters to service men and women once per month.
Paws for a Cause / Love on a Leash Lisa Gabriel-Licavoli Rebecca Baum / Allison Griffith To create happiness around our local community by bringing together people and dogs through the joy of pet therapy and organize plans to bring therapy dogs to school during AP tests and finals to help reduce stress in students.
Pink Ribbon Club Michele Chenault Morgan Burroughs To donate to breast cancer research, educate the public about current findings, and help with awareness week at JSerra.
Pro-Life Club Russ Abdulla Mariclare Coffin To inform the community about the pro-life movement and protect the rights of the unborn.
Read 2 Heal Amy Hemphill Valentina Osorio To serve and enrich the community by donating books, e-readers, and magazines to local non-profit organizations.
SADD: Students Against Destructive Decisions Carol Chaffee Anthony Aleman To create a sense of belonging and promote resiliency, leadership, and advocacy skills so that young people make positive life decisions that will carry them throughout life.
Serra's Helpers Courtney McColl  Sophia Kangas To volunteer at least once a month at Serra's Pantry in San Juan Capistrano.
Special Olympics Pat Reidy Aiden Brotman To serve at the Special Olympics for Christian Service for those in need and the opportunity to participate in the Special Olympics sports activities.
Spirit Buds Beth Waterman Bethany Shrove To help out Spirit League sporting events for those with Autism.
Strength for Strength Pat Reidy Wilson Cunningham To provide strength and service to local youth and veterans through strength, fraternity, and integrity.
TLC (Transfer Lions Club) Olivia Huie Emily Bush To help transfer students assimilate to JSerra alongside a transfer mentor.

EXTRACURRICULAR CLUBS

CLUB MODERATOR PRESIDENT DESCRIPTION
3D Makerz Dr. Jan Kilduff Nina Marasigan To educate others about 3D printing and utilize this knowledge as a means to impact people's lives.
Ambition Achieved Jun Li Jeff Tang To increase our members' interests in learning and to inspire them to reflect on what they learn and to rigourously, critically, and impartially analyze ideas to determine their origins and uses in the world.
Animando Music Club Cat Forbush Stephanie Wang To enjoy music and to rehearse performances for senior centers.
Architecture Club Brad Smith Bill Li To educate others on the history of architecture and to introduce basic concepts of architectural design.
Art Club Brad Smith Mason Rosal To produce art in various forms and provide access to recreate art-related activities.
Biology Olympiad Betty Cappelletti Emily Bush To foster students' love for biology and help students prepare for the annual USA Biology Olympiad Competition.
California Scholarship Federation Wendy Adam & Teresa Huston   To foster high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship, and encourage all students to strive for excellence.
Cyber Patriot Dr. Jan Kilduff Ryan Shihabi To compete in the National Cyber Security competition, hosted by the Air Force, and learn about cyber security and data encryption.
Esports Gaming Matthew Tuszynski  Mike Lizao To help students maintain a healthy schedule and have fun while maintaining good grades and participating in Esports gaming.
FBLA Carol Chaffee Kenneth Woodsum To uphold the aims and responsibilities of Future Business Leaders of America as well as developing the qualities necessary to become a business leader.
French Club Cherie Atighetchi Kristina Calvo To express French culture through language, food, art and history.
JSerra Chemical Society Beth Waterman Zechuan Rao To encourage JSerra students to pursue a high standard on the subject of Chemistry and work with each other.
JSerra Future Scientists Dana Darling Weiwei Wu To participate in competitions like the Physics Bowl and AAPS; to invite speakers to speak to students about their profession/scientific discoveries; to cultivate students' abilities to read professional scientific articles.
JSerrathland Katherine Lee Catherine Zhong To publicize the activities that the Math department does each year such as PI Day, Math Lab, and Math Competition Training Camp as well as interact with the Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society.
JSerra Robotics Club Dr. Kilduff Sebastien Fregeau To further educate the everyday Jserra student with the principles of mechanical and electrical engineering through the social and fun activity of being on the Jserra Robotics team.
Latin Club Giorgio Selvaggio Aidan Auci To bring the Latin language back to life and give motivated students the opportunity to study Latin and learn more about Roman Culture.
MUN Ron Misiow Weiuei Wu To prepare students for the MUN conferences, mock trials and to improve students' public speaking, speech and debate, language usage, and critical thinking skills; to also enhance students understanding about international issue in the modern society.
National Honor Society Carol deBoisblanc Megan Giacobetti To 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.
RYSE UP Matthew Tusynski Lauren Kramer To improve both writing and performance skills with slam poetry, which will eventually be showcased at the OCRYSE Slam Poetry Competition in mid-April.
Spanish Club Lorena Amaro Natalie Enrique To encourage students to learn about the Spanish language, culture, geography, and history in an enjoyable manner and attend events throughout the school year that will support club's goals.

Social Clubs

CLUB MODERATOR PRESIDENT DESCRIPTION
ASB Club Michele Chenault Carolynn Bissontz To help decorate locations for school activities, rallies, and dances to ramp up school spirit.
Calligraphy Club Jun Li Faith Wong To bring students together to learn about the art of calligraphy.
Creative Song Making Cat Forbush Chengming Zhao To express creative ideas of music and put these song ideas into a song.
Dungeons and Dragons Club Robb Rigg Kayden Cutchins To spread the culture of the world's greatest role-playing game.
Fellowship of Lion Athletes (FLA) Zach Eckert Bella Beltran To encourage athletes to utilize their platform as athletes to bring glory to God.
Interact Club Brett Kay   A collaboration with the City of San Juan Capistrano.
Improv Lamar Sulaka Noah Herrera To learn the basics of improvisation and to perform using these skills.
JSerra Arts Magnet Club David Amrein Mary Cameron To improve the musical spirit of JSerra by creating a group of musical enthusiasts, musicians or not, to join together and have jam sessions.
Magic Club Robb Rigg Jason Zeng To learn magic and perform it for Senior Citizen homes for service hours.
Nintendo Club Ann-Marie McClellan JJ McClellan To gather Nintendo gamers of all grades, ages, and skills to socialize, improve gaming schools, and host a charity tournament.
Rubik's Cube Club Michele Murphy James Zhao To use mechanical educational toys, like a rubic cubes and other types of toys, to talk about the culture and history of these toys.
Soul Sisters Sarah Abdulla Brooke Tritz To learn to be a daughter of God and what it means to be a woman and create a better female environment at school.