Mount Carmel High School


         MT. CARMEL CLUB LIST 2016/17
Club Names Meeting Times Room Advisor Club Presidents Club Descriptions
1 2016 Class Council Tuesday K4 LT Janhael Viray Raise money and plan Senior class events
2 2017 Class Council Tuesday E5 Calver Trianna Marasigan Inform Junior class about school events
3 2018 Class Council Thursdays N8 Jaffe Megan Vildibil Get class of 2018 involved in activities
4 2019 Class Council Tuesdays N9 Bushra Olivia Ramos Prepare Freshman class for upcoming events
5 All Girls Stem Society Fridays at Lunch E8 Brooks Chloe Jiang Encourage young girls to begin to pursue STEM
6 Amateur Radio Club Monday 6-8PM. Thursday at Lunch L2 Earnest Owen Cruise Learn about radio communication
7 ASL Club Mondays at Lunch V5 Dow Rebecca Dow To teach students about sign language
8 AVID Club Thursdays at Tutorial B14 Randle Machelle Sabir Help plan AVID events
9 Badminton Club (NEW) Fridays at Lunch Gym Malta Noah Barairo Practice badminton for fun with friends
10 Beach Volleyball Club Fridays at Lunch Gym Malta Jonathan Macedo Improve at beach volleyball and have a good time in the process
11 Break Dancing Club (NEW) Thursdays at Lunch Dance Room Shipman Ash Win Teach the basics of break dancing
12 California Scholarship Federation (CSF) 2nd Thurs. of each Tri. M2 Kelley Mary Nguyen Honors outstanding students at Mt. Carmel
13 Catalyst for Success (NEW) Tuesdays at Lunch J3 Hornilla Sharmila Iyer Get elementary students excited about science
14 Chem Club Wednesdays at 2:35PM-4PM J2 Stenger Zoe Li Conduct cool laboratory experiments and learn about chemistry!
15 Chess Club Wednesdays at Lunch E8 Brooks Cyanne Berker To learn about and play chess
16 Club Youth San Diego Thursdays at Lunch M9 Adams Michelle Galaway Talk about Jesus, make new friends and eat food
17 Conspiracy Theory Club Thursdays at Lunch B14 Roy Kimberly Bell Discuss conspiracy theories
18 Dungeons and Dragons Club Tuesdays at Lunch J8 Janda Ashley Jackson Find groups for Dungeons and Dragons and learn how to play
19 Environmental Projects Club Tuesdays at Lunch J6 Jones Sharon Mainar Promote sustainability on and off campus
20 Fellowship of Christian Athletes Tuesdays at Lunch Gym Carter Lauren Hicks Join us for food, fellowship, and fun!
21 Fil-Am Tuesdays at Lunch E7 Agbulos Kailah Malinis Learn about Filipino culture!
22 French Club 2nd and 4th Monday of every month V6 Vivona Cassidy Caroline Learn about and appreciate the French language and culture
23 Friendship Club Mondays at Lunch S11 Okleshen Tawni Cerruto Foster friendships on campus!
24 Future Doctors of America Thursdays at Lunch J2 Olmsted Rucha Deshpande Inform students about career in Pre-Med
25 Future Leaders of America Mondays at Lunch K7 Davis Ryan Storgard Encourage awareness of current global and national events
26 Future Nurses Club Tuedays at Lunch C2 Santos Donna Tiu Inspire health care and nursing education
27 I-ART Mondays at Lunch M9 Adams Claire Sun Creating artistic pieces
28 Japanimation Thursdays at Lunch K3 Taumoepeau Amy Liu About anime, manga and Japanese culture
29 Key Club  Wednesdays at Lunch Gym Stenger Timothy Oh Help give back to the community by volunteering!
30 Korean Culture Club Mondays at Lunch C2 Santos Josie Han To spread knowledge of Korean culture around MC
31 Math Club Tuesdays at Lunch E8 Brooks Zoe Li Teaching and learning complex math
32 MC Sun Every school day during 2nd period M1 Calver Morgan Lanyon To provide MC with an informative student- run publication


This club list is subject to changes throughout the year.  Clubs are only listed if their paperwork has been completed and turned in.  There are 27 clubs from last year that have not turned in their paperwork and are not currently official clubs at MCHS for this school year.


Starting a Club:
Any student may initiate the procedure for starting a new club during the first or second trimester of the school year. A MCHS certificated staff member must be identified to advise the club. New club petitions are available from the ASB web page and should be returned to the Inter-Club Commissioner in the ASB room.  The completed petition must state the name, purpose, and membership requirements of the proposed club and must be signed by at least twenty (20) MCHS students who are prospective members. A constitution must be drafted by the proponents and will be reviewed and approved or denied by the Student Review Board. The Student Senate must also approve the club.   Clubs may only be started during the 1st and 2nd Trimester.

School sponsored clubs must be either related to the curriculum or must be service organizations. Political, religious or philosophical clubs and organizations are permitted by the Poway Unified School District and are referred to as non-school sponsored clubs. These clubs, student-initiated and led, may not have regular attendance by non-school persons, and must have a non-participatory custodial advisor. School sponsored and non-school sponsored clubs and organizations must abide by all regulations and procedures established by the schools ASB constitution.