Activities & Clubs
Have Fun, Get Involved!
ASB cards are required for club & sports participation. ASB cards can be purchased from the JHS Bookkeeping Office. The office is open before & after school, and during lunches.
- Adventure Club
- Amnesty International
- Anthropomorphic Animal Appreciation
- Class Cabinets
- Creative Writing
- Earth Corps
Amnesty International Club - Ms. Bergman & Dr. Grubin– Wednesdays 12:30, Rm 145
Amnesty International is a club that brings awareness to worldwide humanitarian crises through campaigns, educational outreach, and fundraisers. Our goal is to raise awareness about human rights among the greater Juanita population.
Class Cabinets: Wednesdays, during lunch
Each year brings different responsibilities; some activities include Homecoming events, school t-shirt or sweatshirt design, class ring and graduation announcement designs, your senior prom and all kinds of other decisions regarding your graduating class. One important responsibility of a Class Cabinet is to raise money for their senior prom.Open to all-you can even join as a senior!
Freshman Cabinet: Ms. Bell & Ms. Hastings
Sophomore Cabinet: Ms. Jamshed & Ms. Kruse
Junior Cabinet: Mr. Harrson
Senior Cabinet: Ms. T Chow & Mr. Monson
DECA Ms. Jennifer Harris, Wednesday, 12:30, Rm 163
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. If you are interested in a career in marketing or business, sign up for a marketing or business class and you are automatically in DECA. If you are not in a class, join our after-school club to prepare for competition and go to leadership conferences.
Drama Club - Ms. Elizabeth McMurray-Hauk, after school, during the Production Workshop times (which vary depending on our play schedule).
Drama offers regular hour classes, and an after-school Production Workshop class that is open to drama club members at the beginning of each semester. The club meets after school, and members are involved in all facets of our drama productions at JHS.
FCCLA - Meeting times - Every other Friday at 7:25, Rm 153. Ms. Menino.
SERVE your community, GAIN leadership experience, LEARN leadership skills, and COMPETE at the local, state and international levels!! FCCLA’s Mission is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.
Feminism Club – Laura Hansen, Alternate Fridays, 7:20am, Rm 111. Feminism is the idea of political, social, and economic equality for all genders.What conversations and activities would move us closer to those goals of equal rights and opportunities for all? Our club is very student-oriented and community service-oriented.Join us and be a part of social justice in action
How to Start a Club
JHS ASB Clubs Guide - coming soon!
- Honor Society
- Languages: ASL, French, Japanese & Spanish
- Literary Magazine
- The Movement
- Rebellion - Student Newspaper
- Student Senate
- Students Without Borders
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA Club) - Thursdays, Homeroom, rm 145. Mr. Suruda & Dr. Grubin
The Juanita Gay Straight Alliance provides a safe atmosphere where all students can work together to enhance the inclusive and wonderful community at JHS. Projects are student generated in response to community need and current events. We have sponsored movie nights and guest speakers. Our snacks are of the highest quality.
National Honor Society– Ms. Barber & Ms. Zhou, once a semester, 7:20, Field House
This is a nationally sponsored club that is oriented around and promotes school and community service. Must apply by September 29, maintain a 3.5GPA, and be willing to give 30 hours of service. Students check NHS Haiku for updates on volunteer opportunities.
Interact Club- Ms. Johnson - Thursdays, Homeroom Club Time, Cafeteria
Interact Club provides volunteer opportunities to anyone who would like to join. It gives members a chance to give back to our community. Our service projects involve blood drives held twice yearly, collecting food for Hopelink, Reading Buddies, and the annual benefit concert. Connected with Kirkland Rotary.
Key Club meets Thursday mornings, 7:20, P6B, Mr. Miller
Key Club is a high school service club affiliated with the Kiwanis organization. We do charity drives, service projects and other fun service activities that help our school and local community. We also co-run the annual Transition Room Carnival every June. Join us, have fun and help out!
Our French, Japanese, and Spanish clubs are quite active, creating cultural awareness festivities throughout the year.
ASL Club - there isn't one yet however, if you are interested in starting one, please contact Mr. Welch, room 166a.
*French Club - Wednesdays, 12:30pm, Rm 165a, Ms. Osborn
*Japanese Club -Wednesdays, 12:30pm, Rm 166, Ms. Roberts
*Spanish Club - TBD, room 151, Ms. Leal & Ms. Vasquez
*World Travel! Many world language classes are offering trips abroad this Spring or Summer. Ask your language teacher or Mr. Miller. Some other opportunities to think about for the future…. These are classes that have clubs attached to them. Consider enrolling in one next year!!
Multicultural Club meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 12:30pm, room 165a, Ms. Osborn
This is a very active club interested in understanding and promoting multiculturalism. In addition to club activities like pot luck dinners and slide shows from around the world, this group sponsors a talent show in the spring. We aspire to achieve unity by sponsoring events that promote respect, celebrate diversity, and educate about humankind.
Model United Nations- Mr. Miller- Thursdays, 7:20am, P06B
M.U.N. is committed to providing an atmosphere in which all participants can use information and skills to effectively represent their countries in civilized debate. If you’re interested in world affairs, this is your chance to join others with a similar interest.
Students Without Borders - Ms. Quillen & Ms. Chow, Homeroom club times, P169A
Unite to do something bigger than ourselves. Let's join together to serve our communities. Get to know refugee and immigrant students, Help support each other to be positive people in our society, Learn what it means to be a refugee, Find out more about other cultures from each other and listen to our stories.