South Kitsap High School Clubs
South Kitsap High School
Clubs and Organizations
Students at South Kitsap reap the rewards of our extended educational opportunities. Accompanying South Kitsap’s sound academic programs are studies in health and fitness, the arts, and athletics.
The art club allows students who are interested in painting and drawing to practice their skills and improve talent outside of the class setting. Responsible for creating murals through out the building. Advisor: Kristina Smethers
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
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. Advisors: Katie Finnie, Freda Evans
Builders of Unity (formerly "Profits of Unity")
This club provides activities intended to increase multi-cultural awareness in school and community. Advisor: Beverly Painter
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: Steven Phillips
This clubs helps to educate and promote issues important for the environment. Advisor: Steve Cobb.
This club provides students an opportunity to meet and discuss French culture and improve their ability to speak the French language. Advisor: Cara Lee Swegle
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. Advisor: Sean Duttry
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: Katie Kegler
Interact is a club supported by the local Rotary. Members of this club work on community service projects inside and outside of school. Advisor: Lysandra Ness
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: Beverly Painter
Students involved in knowledge bowl compete against other high schools in educational trivia. Advisors: Maude Stearns-Droker, Sean Duttry
A student support group to help those who may be considering suicide. Advisor: Heather Day
Students meet once a week to work on math, play math games, and receive homework assistance. Advisor: TBD
National Honor Society
This is a group of seniors who have been nominated by teachers during their junior year. Those nominated are strong students who are active in school and community. This group works on community service projects inside and outside of school. Advisor: Maude Stearns-Droker
Students are nominated by other students to be a part of this group. Those nominated are trained to help other students who are in crises or may be having conflict with other students. Advisor: TBD
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 make classroom presentations about awareness and prevention in the elementary schools (6th grade).
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
Students work on all aspects of staging a play such as lighting, set design, and theatre management. Advisors: Deborah Emans, Scott Yingling
Provides students interested in photography greater opportunity to explore the art. Students host a photography art show at the end of the year. Advisor: Robert Davis
Students write and edit a collection of short stories and poetry. This is published at the end of each year as Paradox. Advisor: TBD
Students create, layout, edit, and produce the school yearbook. Student have opportunities to compete in state and national competitions. Advisor: Laura Lockhart
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
Students involved in FFA raise animals which are shown at state and local fairs. Advisor: Denise Watson
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.
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
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