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Scroll through this page to read about all of our clubs and find out how you can join!
Use the menu on the right to navigate between the different clubs.
3d printing club
Topics include: CAD with Fusion 360, 3D Modeling with Blender, and 3D Printing Basics (more topics may be added in the future). Members can choose which topics to participate in, as all topics are optional. Our leaders are Carter Johnson and Thomas Trousdale: both are Juniors with printing/modeling experience. Any student can join, and we encourage that you at least come once to check us out if you're interested. This club should be extra beneficial if you are enrolled in any of SRHS' engineering courses, as we provide bonus opportunities for using the same software and techniques taught in those classes. We meet every Monday in room 841!!
Academic league club
Academic League is a trivia-based buzzer competition (Think Jeopardy!). We participate in League Matches against other schools in the San Diego Unified School District on Thursday evenings, and other tournaments throughout the year. We meet during Core class in Room 418. We will be holding tryouts in late November/early December, so contact us if you're interested!
aerospace and robotics club
Aerospace Engineering Club (Aero) is about the science and engineering of flight. Members will learn and physically construct aircraft and rockets from scratch, including airframe fabrication and electronic wiring with pre-provided materials. Once these have been completed, members will be instructed by officers on legal and proper piloting of their new aircraft, and later on, rocket, as well as the science and skills required to keep them up in the air. All students can join regardless of skill level, but meetings are mandatory in order to make sure that no one is falling behind.
Meetings are Mondays and Fridays at lunch in room 830!
Moshi Moshi! Anime Club Speaking, in our club we watch anime, hangout, listen to anime openings, play games, and much more. Anyone is allowed to join as a member of SRHS Anime Club. We meet in room 450 at lunch time on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. See you there!
Art den club
Meetings are held every other Wednesday at 1:10pm, in room 223.
Arts and culture club
Join us and explore different artists from around the world, from both the past and the present. Compare how art relates to different cultures and their origins through presentations, games, art projects, and discussions! Anyone is welcome to join. We meet every Friday at lunch in room B-20 or 951.
We are an organization of biology nerds who love learning, discussing, and showing off our biology knowledge! We teach and discuss biology with club members, and we encourage everybody to attend the biology competitions we have plans for! We mainly encourage people to participate in Biology Bowl and the USA Biology Olympiad. We meet on Zoom every Wednesday @ 5:15pm and in Mr. Lavine’s room (room 455). Hope we see a lot of biology enthusiasts!
black student union (BSU)
Our club's purpose is to raise money and show the the students how beautiful the Black culture is. Our meetings are held every Monday during lunch in the dance room! Contact our club presidents (below) to learn more information!
Combat Sports Analysis club
Combat Sports Analysis is about watching anything that falls under the umbrella term “combat sports”. This means we watch boxing, UFC, Muay Thai, Judo and more! Our club president and vice president are both experienced in multiple combat sports and can also give you a non-physical review of techniques. Click the buttons below to contact the club president and/or advisor for more info! Held in room 750 every Thursday at lunch.
Remind Code: @combatspo
creative writing club
We are a group of creative writers who create works of diverse media — anything from short stories and poems to translated works and comics are accepted here! We provide a space where we can share and peer review our work without judgement. We also have our own literary e-magazine (the Merlin Magazine) that is released monthly and contains contributions from our club members. There are no membership requirements or skill requisites — all aspiring creators are welcome. We meet in room 906 every Thursday.
Remind Code: @3g3b8ka
California scholarship federation
Students are recognized for their academic and service achievements throughout each semester. Online applications are available every fall and spring via the CSF Website. To receive membership, students must qualify by obtaining the correct number of CSF points and submitting their forms (community service is optional).
Members will receive graduation credit, and are also eligible to receive a CSF Stole/CSH Honor cord.
Join SRHS Debate Club to learn the skills utilized in debates and represent SRHS at local tournaments! No experience required— join to learn and improve speaking skills! We meet on Mondays at lunch in Mr.Selby’s room (253)!
Remind Code: @srhsdeb123
Click the buttons below to contact the club president and/or advisor for more info!
The Falcon Playhouse is Scripps Ranch High School's theatre organization. During the school day, our director Mr. Garcia teaches several classes on acting and technical theatre. In these classes, students discover and practice using the tools one uses when working in a theater, whether that be an actor's tools to portray a character (their body, voice and imagination), or a technician's tools to enhance the performance (including drills, paint brushes, sewing machines and more!). After school, these tools are put to the test in the form of productions. A typical season at the Falcon Playhouse consists of three productions: a straight play in the fall (such as The Great Gatsby), a musical in the winter (such as Grease), and a Black Box production in the spring (such as The Twilight Show).
Anyone and everyone is encouraged to join the productions, and no experience is required! Information about upcoming auditions are sent out via our Instagram and Facebook pages a week or two in advance, and technicians need just fill out an application for whatever position they want, including set construction, scenic design/painting, prop crew, run crew, costuming, and more!
Our goal is to produce excellent theatre and operate like a professional theatre company, and have lots of fun along the way! Mr. Garcia and a board of student leaders, including our president Alexis Sarabia, select shows, organize events, and keep the playhouse running.
Right now over Zoom, our rehearsals are from 2:30 to 4 pm, and as we get closer to the performance dates, rehearsals are scheduled to go later. We do have occasional Saturday rehearsals too, but information for these days will be established weeks in advance.
Female Empowerment Club
Hello! We’re the leaders of the Female Empowerment Club: Rutva, Sabella, and Cassie! We bring people of all genders together to discuss women who have been forgotten by history and issues relating to women and femininity that are often overlooked. We create a space to learn, express our feelings, and just hang out, and that’s what makes our club so worth looking forward to every week. If you want to join us, show up to room 700 (math building!) at lunch on Thursdays and come chat with us! We’re excited to share our thoughts with you and hear the perspectives you bring :))
Food Bank Club
We our the Food Bank club! Our presidents are Tori Fraser (12th) and Sydney Deitz (11th). Our mission is to spread awareness on food insecurity not only in San Diego, but globally as well. We teach kids about what they can do to help those around them. A big part of that is volunteering! We encourage everyone to volunteer at the San Diego Food Bank to help package and send out boxes of food for lower income and food insecure families. If you are interested in joining this club we meet every other Tuesday at lunch in Mr. Ericson’s room (223)! To join our remind you can text @srfb1 to the number 81010! We would love to see you at our next meeting!
Remind Code: @srfb1
future business leaders of america (fbla) Club
Future Teachers of America is a club for aspiring teachers. We listen to teachers describe their jobs and provide students with opportunities to tutor or teach kids. Anyone is welcome to join! Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month via Zoom.
If you have any questions and/or are interested in joining, email our Co-Presidents below!
future scientists club
Our club cultivates students’ interests in various science fields. Club meetings consist of discussion of current scientific research and events as well as overviews of scientific opportunities, including programs and internships, that members can apply to. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month in Mr. Laverty's Room (952)!
Remind Code: @future2122
Garden Club is a place for students to make friends, destress, and contribute to our school garden. We will learn about growing food and native plants, the environment and how we can help it, and careers in environmentalism.
In addition to providing produce for the cafeteria, composting, and maintaining a hydroponics system, we learn about environmentalism through guest speakers, such as the Solano Center and Water Conservation Center. Garden Club offers opportunities for members to contribute to the garden through their specific interests, whether it be agriculture, art, science, or construction! Everyone is welcome!
Remind Code: @srhsgarden
gender sexuality club
We are a club dedicated to creating a safe space for LGBTQIA+ people and allies alike. The GSA club‘s goal is to educate members about LGBTQIA+ history, along with current matters. We meet every Tuesday at lunch. Everyone is welcome!
Remind Code: @srhsgsa1
Through G.I.D.A.S. club, you can learn about genetics, and how to use computational biology tools such as GEO2R, STRING-db, OMIM and KEGG. Club members will be able to conduct their own research and write an abstract. They will also have the opportunity to present their abstract at an online research conference in June along with other high schoolers from around the country. No experience is necessary to join! We meet every other Monday in room 651!
Remind Code: @gidas2122
Homeless outreach club
The Scripps Ranch High School Homeless Outreach Club is a student-run volunteer organization that strives to increase awareness of homelessness. Also, the club provides students with volunteer opportunities. SRHS students started the club in 2011. Each following year, the club has continued to provide assistance to San Diego's homeless. I’ve been a member for the last four years and the club president for the last two. Naomi Frabl is our Vice President, Prisha Mitra our Treasurer and Kelin Gonzalez our Secretary. We are fortunate to have Mr. Tsui as our club advisor and a mentor to many! We meet the first Friday of the month at lunchtime in Mr. Tsui’s room (704). As Mr. Tsui always says, “Come and bring a friend!”
To sign up for text message reminders about our club activities, text @sroutreach to 81010
ink jar club
There's always a moment in your group where you have to find out who can do what. When it comes to design and development, you might get people who don't specialize in exactly the work you need done. Our solution is Inkjar: a club to help others create designs, take photos, and start websites to better reach their audiences. Unlike other clubs, we have high expectations in the quality of our work and in our strive for utmost perfection. Students who would like to join can go to https://inkjar.org/apply to apply for available positions, or reach out to us directly to see if we can help fit them into our team. The only requirements, outside of being able to dedicate time to the club, are to always be willing to learn and always driven to do better.
Remind Code: @inkjar.org
In the Investment Club, we’ll be getting familiar with investment and its relevance by observing and discussing about changes in the market. Past experience is not necessary; this is an introductory club! Meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month in Room 751 with Ms. Bellotti!
Remind Code: @sr-invest
JOURNYS is an international magazine organization founded at Torrey Pines High School 11 years ago when students noticed a lack in mainstream science publications. In the organization, we cultivate high schooler's interest in STEM.
Numerous schools, like Scripps, contribute to the magazine by writing one chapter. An issue is published after every 14 weeks. The topics can range anywhere from new and innovating ways to designing a website to a possible cure for a disease. The best issues are chosen by the leadership board at Torrey Pines High School and featured in the magazine. Other magazines will be published on the website. You can contribute by being a writer, editor, or graphic designer. Anyone in Scripps Ranch High School is welcome to join!
Due to quarantine, we will be having meetings every first and last Friday of the month at 3:30 pm over Zoom. Meeting dates and times can change depending on different announcements, and the needs of the club members. The club presidents will be more than willing to have one on one Zoom sessions regarding articles, and any concern club members may have. The meetings will be held in Ms. Stock's classroom when we come back to school.
In Math Club, students step beyond the simple arithmetic taught in school and into the realm of competition mathematics. During meetings, members learn and discuss various mathematical topics, and prepare for math competitions such as the AMC (which looks great on college applications!). Regardless of a student's mathematical skill or level, anybody is allowed to join; there are no membership requirements. However, if a student would like to be on one of our two math teams (each composed of 4 people) they will be required to attend tryouts. Students may contact one of our co-presidents, Alice Zhou and Kevin Xia, if they have questions or would like to join. Meetings occur every Tuesday during flex time (via Zoom or in Room 704).
If you have any questions, reach out to us by clicking one of the buttons below:
Mock Trial club
Mock trial is a great club where you can talk to and perform in front of practicing attorneys and sitting judges, refine your critical reading, writing, and thinking skills, and work on your public and persuasive speaking; if you lean into it, we can guarantee that you'll have fun too! Our club is centered around writing and presenting a criminal case, and competing against other schools. Students can assume different roles, and perform in front of sitting judges and practicing attorneys, who give constructive feedback and advice. If you're at all interested in getting more information, join our Remind by texting '@joinmt2020' to 81010 or email email@example.com. Our meetings are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 via Zoom.
Model United Nations club
Model United Nations, also referred to as MUN, is an extra-curricular club at SRHS in which students role-play as delegates of the United Nations. As a club, MUN will help you increase your awareness of current events, improve your research skills, and boost your confidence for public speaking. Everyone is welcome! Our meetings are every Friday during lunch in Room 253.
To learn more about us, visit our websites and our Instagram page!
If you have any questions and/or interested in joining, feel free to email us as well.
National honors society club
The National Honor Society is a club for students who excel in academics and extracurricular activities. They are leaders on campus and heavily engaged in their community. We meet once a month on the first Monday of every month (you must be admitted through our application process in order to attend meetings). Click the buttons below to contact the club president for more info!
National Oceans Sciences Bowl (NOSB) club
NOSB is an academic competition and program that addresses a national gap in environmental and earth sciences in public education by introducing high school students to and engaging them in ocean science, preparing them for ocean science-related and other STEM careers, and helping them become knowledgeable citizens and environmental stewards. The ocean is an ideal interdisciplinary teaching tool for science, technology, education, and mathematics (STEM) that puts study in a real world context. Working in the ocean environment poses challenges that push the innovation, engineering, and technology development needed in our workforce. NOSB is one of the only ways students gain exposure to all of ocean science and related careers as they are beginning to chart their course in life. Our two club co-presidents this year are Patrick Ngo and Justin Nguyen. All meetings (at the moment) are held online via Zoom on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. If you are interested in joining NOSB or have any questions, please email our Club co-president for the Zoom link and answers to your inquires .
PEER TUTORING club
Peer tutoring is a club that provides supplemental academic support to students through tutoring services organized by their peers. The co-presidents are Melina Dimitropoulou and Alice Zhou, both seniors. Students who would like to receive tutoring can visit our website and fill out the form for tutees, and students who are interested in becoming a peer tutor can find an application on our website. Anybody can visit our club meetings to get tutored, but we request that tutors are academically high-achieving to provide the best possible tutoring experience for tutees. Our meetings are every weekday during flex time (1:00 pm - 2:00 pm) via Zoom.
Philosophy club is all about starting with an abstract thought and breaking it down, while expressing and exploring your inner consciousness and sharing it with others. Besides just being a comfortable space to listen and express ideas, philosophy club will aid anyone who is looking towards a future in public speaking by providing plenty of opportunities to speak with groups of people!
It can help ease any anxiety over sharing opinions in class or taking leadership roles, as well as help with your critical thinking and clarification skills. We work to create and maintain a safe space for you to discuss a variety of topics with others!. Anyone can join the club by attending the zoom meetings, and anyone can work their way up to an office position. Our current club officers are President Cara Grigsby, President Heather, and Vice President Daniella Okhotina. This is a place to meet new friends or to have a deep discussion where you can learn something new! Philosophy club meetings are every Tuesday at 1:00pm, through zoom or in room 954.
If you have any questions, reach out to us at:
Pre- Med Club introduces various opportunities in the medical field, whether that be through: guest speakers, volunteer opportunities, YLHC meetings, etc. Students have the chance to meet doctors from multiple professions to expand their knowledge of different healthcare careers, and build relationships with the speakers/other students. In our partnership with YLHC, regular attendance and participation gives you consideration for a Scripps summer internship, as well as a leadership certificate! Any student at SRHS may join! We meet in room 904 @ lunch!
Remind Code: @premedsr22
Our club is all about creating a safe, eye opening community to create awareness and promote mental health and self love through group discussion, bonding events, guest speakers and more!!! Any and all SRHS students can join- We have a Google form that students can sign to become a member on our Instagram @srhs_rise <3 We meet in person, every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, in the 900 room with Mrs Francisco!!
Remind Code: @risesli21
Rock climbing club
The rock climbing club is a fun way to bring students together and try and learn new things. Rock climbing isn’t as popular as some of the other sports but it is just as fun we would love for you to join us! Meetings are in room 652 at lunch every first Wednesday of the month @1:05 pm.
Remind Code: @8b2dkg
science fair club
The science fair is a great opportunity for students to develop their own research project. Students get to create science experiments, build contraptions, create online programs, and more. This is a challenging but rewarding chance to expand knowledge, win prizes, and create friendships. This club provides support and guidance for new and old students participating in the fair. We hope to you see you on Thursdays at lunch in room 553!
Welcome to Super Smash Bros! It is a very competitive and friendly community and we are all about striving to improve in the game. The main purpose is to have fun and to find out who is the best of us all. Students can just join whenever they want as long as they aren't being rude to any of our other members. There are no membership requirements, you can just walk in the room and casually enjoy hanging out with us. We also have our very own ranking system for our club and online tournaments to make it more accurate to real competitions. When school returns in person, our meetings will be every Friday at lunch in room B-10. If you have any questions or are interested in joining, contact our club co-presidents by clicking the buttons to the left.
Social Justice Club
The Social Justice Club is a group of high schoolers passionate about local issues regarding social justice and community service. We are led by a diverse group of juniors and seniors, and everyone is welcome, regardless of grade, culture, or identity. Our meetings include fun discussions and games related to the issues we care about. We will also host fundraisers and events in order to support a variety of local causes and organizations. Most of all, we want to make the difference that our members wish to see, and have fun in the process! Our Zoom Meetings are every other Wednesday at 2:30 pm. When school is back on-campus meetings will be every other Wednesday in Mrs. Francisco's Room 900.
To join our remind, text @srsjc to 81010
Spanish club is a club focused on practicing Spanish, learning about Hispanic culture, and initiating discussions on topics relating to Hispanics and their experiences. The club is lead by Naomi Peisa, Myra Kerr, Kate Rees, Diego Borgo, and Sra. Rodriquez. Our meetings include a wide array of activities, such as discussions, fun games, and presentations. Any SRHS student interested in Hispanic culture and learning and practicing Spanish, is more than welcome to join. To join, just contact one of the board members or Sra. Rodriguez. Our meetings are every other Tuesday at lunch in room 256.
SRHS Covers for lives
SRHS Covers for Lives is a club at Scripps that partners with Covers For Lives, a student-led philanthropic organization that aims to help low-income and homeless students. Since March 2020, Covers for Lives has donated thousands of items to nonprofits through drives and donations. Our club at SRHS is proud to work with Covers For lives in creating an impact in the community!
Meetings are held every other week on Tuesday @1:00 pm. Let us know if you are interested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the zoom link!
SRHS Girl UP Club
SRHS Girl Up donates and advocates for girls all over the world. Through club activities, students work with other dedicated youth and join together to take action and change lives, empowering both people in their own communities and adolescent girls in developing countries to rise up. Anyone is welcome to join! The Scripps Ranch Girl Up co-presidents are juniors Sonakshi Mohanty and Margaux Savary. Club Meetings are every other Thursday at 1:15 pm via Zoom.
If you have any questions, reach out to us at:
SRHS red cross club
The Scripps Ranch Red Cross club is a fun way to learn more about the humanitarian organization and how youth volunteers can contribute to making a difference in their community. We learn about the services provided by the American Red Cross and the impacts that volunteers have. During club meetings, we also discuss fundraisers and volunteer events. The Scripps Ranch Red Cross Club is a great way to experience how community service can be fun and rewarding! Our meetings occur every other Friday through Ms. Hagadone’s personal meeting link on Zoom -- Click the buttons on the right to contact us for meeting info/links! If you have any other questions, feel free to contact our club president as well.
To join the club and stay updated on meetings/activities, text: "@srrc20" to 81010.
srhs youth care club
Youth Care Club provides volunteer opportunities to students, at various events like Salvation Army, tutoring in basic subjects such as English and math at Father Joe's Villages (a campus that supports homeless people), teaching English at a camp in a poor region of China, etc. Many of our events are student-initiated, so we always encourage new ideas. Our club's mission is to encourage students to individually volunteer more within their communities, engage in Chinese American culture events, and work with the American Chinese Culture and Education Foundation (ACCEF) to fund education in rural parts of China. Although we are involved in many Chinese cultural events, members do not have to be Chinese or know the language.
Google Classroom code: @4smjuga
Remind Code: @youthcarec
We are a club that brings together people that share mutual interests to bring the community together. As a surf club, we want to teach people both how to surf and the culture surrounding it. There are no requirements when going our club, all falcons are welcome. We meet once a month on Tuesdays during lunch in Mr. Leonard’s classroom, 410.
Remind Code: @surf789
Meetings are held on Mondays at lunch in room 753!
Vietnamese Student Association
Hi everyone! We are the Vietnamese Student Association or VSA for short. We gather in order to share our interests in Vietnamese culture, music, and food. You do not need to be Vietnamese to join and we would love to have you. Come find us at club day and sign up!
Remind Code: @srhsvsa
women in business club
WIB (Women in Business) is a club dedicated to learning about the business and marketing industry, with an emphasis on women entrepreneurs and their impact. At club meetings, officers will be giving lectures on various components of business, watching videos, and having discussions about topics! This is a fun club that is open to all. If you are interested, meetings are every other Wednesday in Mr. Brown’s room (753) in the math building!
Remind Code: @k4h389e