Acting Ensemble

Anime: Jeanne Blair.

Art Club
The art club allows students who are interested in painting and drawing to practice their skills and improve talent outside of the class setting. Advisor: Donald Sandmann

ASL Sign Choir
Have fun improving your signing skills and signing songs, videos and games. Advisor: Elizabeth Cordy
The Associated Student Body (ASB) is the student government at the high school. Students are elected by their peers to represent them during the course of the school year. The ASB/ leadership class plans assemblies, dances, and other functions throughout the school year. Advisor: Nancy Fairweather

Athletic Medicine
The athletic medicine club works with the sports teams to provide quality care for treatment and prevention of injuries. Students involved with Athletic Medicine compete in a state competition each year. Advisor: Chris Hiatt.

Automotive: Advisor Clint Rosson

Comprehensive band program includes marching band, jazz band, and concert band. Students travel to competition and parades throughout the northwest and across the country. Advisor: Gary Grams.

Builders of Unity
This club provides activities intended to increase multi-cultural awareness in school and community. Advisor: Beverly Painter

A place to belong with positive influence. Our weekly meetings will typically include fun, games and lively discussions about everyday life topics. Our meetings are a safe and friendly place to learn leadership skills, to think through important issues and to develop quality relationships. We also host fun activities, trips and events throughout the year. Advisors: Greg Johnson and Brande Green.

C.A.O.S.(chess and other strategies)
This club is for any student that enjoys playing chess or other games in the strategy category (Axis and Allies, Munchkin, Risk, Galaxy Trucker, Settlers, etc.). Come hang out and play the games you love or learn new ones. Students are free to bring their own games that they would like to share with others. Enjoy fun and friendship. Advisor: Wendy Wells

CAD Club: Myrl Williamson

Cheer: Devin Hanson

Christian Students United: Clint Rosson

Dance: Devin Hanson

Debate Team
Debate gives students the opportunity develop their skills in public speaking, research, and argumentation. Debate competes in a variety of events including traditional debates, dramatic or humorous interpretation, improvisational speaking, extemporaneous speaking, and storytelling. Debate Team meets on Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. in room 317.

Advisors: Jeanne Blair / April Emerson

DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)
Students involved in DECA work on skills needed in the business world. Students compete in local, state, and national competitions in the areas of marketing, sales, and business development. Advisor: Sean Duttry

Environmental Club
This clubs helps to educate and promote issues important for the environment. Advisor: Nicole Bleich.

FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)
FCCLA is a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education. Advisor - Susie Nass

FFA(Future Farmers of America)
In addition to raising animals, FFA members compete in Career Development Events at the local, state, and national levels. FFA is the leadership club associated with the Agriculture Science Department. Advisors – Mike Sheppard, Kaitlyn Atkinson and Jordan Lybeck.

French Club
This club provides students an opportunity to meet and discuss French culture and improve their ability to speak the French language. Advisor: Anna Whitwell

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
The mission of FBLA is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Graphics Club
Provides students interested in Graphic Arts greater opportunity to explore the field. Use tablets to draw! Learn how to use the Laser Engraver! You do not need to be enrolled in Graphics classes. Students have opportunities to compete in regional, state and national competitions. Advisor: Cathy Duttry

GSA: Martha Hammann

German Club
This club provides students an opportunity to meet and discuss German culture and improve their ability to speak the German language. Club members host German exchange students, travel to Germany in the summer and explore German culture in the northwest. Advisor: Jim Droege

Interact is a club supported by the local Rotary. Members of this club work on community service projects inside and outside of school. Advisor: Kathleen Raft

Invisible Children of SK: Eric Bergeson

Key Club
Key club is a community service club supported by the local Kiwanis club. Students work on community service projects inside and outside of the school. Advisor: Barb Zawlocki

Knowledge Bowl
This club promotes the interest of knowledge in all subjects and participates in vigorous local and international competitions. Advisors: Maude Stearns-Droker and Todd Olson

National Honor Society
A club open to all SKHS students. Any student with aGPA of 3.2 or above may applyfor official membership in December to be inducted in March. Additional requirements include regular attendance at semimonthly meetings and 25 hours of community service. Advisor:Kris Schweigert

Philosophy Club
This club examines the large questions in life. Advisor: Mr. May

Photography Club
Provides students interested in photography greater opportunity to explore the art. Students have opportunities to compete in regional, state and national competitions. The club hosts the senior art show at the end of the year. Advisor: Cathy Duttry

Rachel's Challenge:

"S" Club
Our club undertakes service projects that are women and girl focused in order to improve the lives of women and girls. Our members are afforded leadership and mentoring opportunities by participating in our service projects. Advisor:Mary Aykens

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions);
TATU (Teens Against Tobacco Use)
These groups of students work to educate their peers about the hazards of making destructive decisions, particularly the use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Members makeclassroom presentations about awareness and preventionin the elementary schools (6th grade).
Advisor: TBD

Science Club: Exploration of science through experiments, guest speakers, video and field trips. Advisors:
Nicole Bleich and Bev Painter.

This is a writing club open to all students who love to write in any genre. Advisor: Martha Hammann.

Spanish Club
This club provides students opportunities to explore Spanish culture and increase skill in speaking Spanish. Students host exchange students from Spanish speaking countries such as Costa Rica. Members of the club have opportunities to travel to Spanish speaking countries. Advisor: Anna Keene

Theater Production
Students work on all aspects of staging a play such as lighting, set design, and theatre management. Advisors: Deborah Emans and Scott Yingling.

The Prom Closet
This group provides awareness of the Helpline's Food Bank by lending formal wear to teens, men and women in exchange for a food donation. (typically 2 bags or more) The program is managed by the staff and the Special Needs Students of The Community Transition Program. Please call for an appointment 360-443-3705.

Ultimate Frisbee: Tim Schaffer

Video Production / Video Club
Open to all present and past SKHS Video students, participating inproduction of multi-camera video events that are produced for SKTV, Wavedigital cable channel 205.

Vocal Music
Comprehensive vocal music program includes men's ensemble, women's ensemble, concert choir, chamber choir and Highlighters. Students travel to competitions throughout the northwest and across the country. Advisor: Mike Allen

Students create layouts, edit, and produce the school yearbook. Artists, writers, photographers, computer geeks are encouraged to share your skills in creating this publication. Students have opportunities to compete in state and national competitions. Students can join this club if they are or are not enrolled in the Yearbook class. Scholastic journalism standards are taught and used. Advisor: Laura Lockhart

Juvenile offenders are prosecuted, defended and sentenced by their peers. The program offers unique opportunities to all participants to both learn about the consequences of criminal behavior and to make positive contributions to our community. The intent of Youth Court is to give teens the opportunity to weigh the effects of criminal behavior in the community and to have a voice in determining the community's response to that behavior. Youth Court participants deal with the rights and responsibilities of individuals, decision-making in a diverse society and the role of citizens in our system of justice. Youth Court is founded upon the conviction that teens are capable of thoughtfully and responsibly representing community interests, defending offenders, and imposing a fair and just sentence upon their peers. Advisor: Heather Hays
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