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Updated 8/22/13

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Warriors 4 Christ

Open to anyone.
Come find out what the Bible says about love, patience, kindness and so on!

Every Thursday, after school in the library.

Casie Powell


National Honor Society (NHS)

“The purpose of this organization shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.” - NHS Constitution (Article 1, Section 2) 

Every other Wednesday with CSF, after school, in Room D248



Environmental Club

Students who are taking the AP Environmental Science and anyone interested in the environment.

Thursdays at Lunch in B127

Jeni Williams
jeni_williams@jusd.k12.ca.us




Anime Club

The Anime club is an organization devoted to learning about and celebrating the culture, language, and media of Japan.  This club is over 7 years old and is one of the largest, and most active on campus.  We go to Little Tokyo in LA once every couple of months, we attend the convention Anime LA in January, have trivia contests, video game contests, have a week long event called the Great Naruto Scroll Hunt (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLCkSV3xu5g), have cosplay contests and workshops, have lessons in Japanese, show AMVs and anime, have a manga check out wall, have art contests, go out for sushi every so often, and do so much more.  We are also planning a trip to Japan in June 2011.    If you are interested in joining, learning about the trip, or just want to know more about the club, visit our website!

Both lunches in B244 every Wednesday.  After school every Wednesday and Thursday for club activities.

julia_sanzberro@jusd.k12.ca.us


Patriot Cardinal Regiment

The Patriot Cardinal Regiment is the band, colorguard, and drumline at Patriot High School. The group performs together in the fall in field shows, parades, football games, school events, and community events. The Cardinal Regiment was named 2010 SCSBOA 2A Champions and is one of the top groups of it's size in California. Membership is open to all students at Patriot High School.

Rehearsal Times:
Full Group Practice: Tuesdays and Thursdays form 2:30-5:30
Colorguard Sectionals: Monday 3-6
Percussion Sectionals: Wednesday 2:30-5:30 OR Friday 2:30-4:30
Band Sectionals: Friday 2:30-4:30




Photo Club

The Purpose of this club is to promote working with traditional black and white photography in a darkroom studio environment. Two consecutive attendances allow members to create their own photographs as apart of an art portfolio, as an artwork or unique gift of expression. Students will have the opportunity to learn photography techniques, exercise their understanding of the Elements of Art and Principles of Design in composition, and discuss prints by other photo students in a critique setting.

Mondays after school at 2:15pm until 3:30 pm
B146

Ms. Olaiz



Warrior Athletics Regiment

Keeping Patriot a fit and healthy school

Mondays and Fridays, 2:30 - 3:30

Mr. Goldsmith

Italian Club

Italian Club is for any student wishing to enrich his or her knowledge of the Italian language and culture. It is also for any student wishing to travel to Italy.

Meeting times TBA in D155

Kristina Moore




Science Club

For anyone who loves to observe, inquire and experiment-- this club is for you. From making ice cream to launching rockets, science club will cater to your scientific needs.
 
Every Thursday After School
B 126
 
 

 

AVID Club

All AVID students are members of the AVID club. Members are students who are interested in attending a 4-year university or college after high school.  The AVID Club plans college field trips and other extracurricular activities for AVID students.
 
Every Other Tuesday both lunches
D-127

Andrea Biggs 


Spanish Club

Spanish Club raises money to fund and support students taking Ap courses and we help by paying for some exams. We Also give out annual scholarships to our active seniors in the club
Everyone's welcome

1st and 4th Wednesdays
D202

Martha Gonzalez


Japan Club

Japan Club exists to promote the appreciation of Japan and its culture, language, and history. We meet Fridays at 6:40am- thus our nickname, "The Club of the Rising Sun." We play games, discuss current events in Japan, watch entertaining videos direct from Japan, and travel to Little Tokyo in Los Angeles by Metrolink train at least two to three times a year.

We meet along with Anime club in B244 every Wednesday during lunch.


David Moberly


Debate Club

What is the best way to resolve the immigration question? Is gun ownership an absolute right? Is abortion strictly a moral or legal issue?
Care to share your thoughts on the "big questions" that face our society? Like to listen to others' views? Debate Club welcomes all. Please join us to create topics and then give opinions. No previous speaking experience needed, just a desire to get involved. Bring a friend with you!

We'll meet after school Wednesday, 8/28 at 2:20 in D 218 to determine future fixed meeting times and days.

Mr. Dohr

California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

The California Scholarship Federation emphasizes high standards of scholarship and community service for California high school students. Founded in 1921, the California Scholarship Federation is the oldest scholarship institution in the state of California. If you maintain great grades and you are interested in doing community service, come check us out!

Every other Wednesday with NHS, after school, in Room D248


David Moberly
david_moberly@jusd.k12.ca.us 



Visual Arts Club

The Visual Arts Club promotes the arts, encourages artistic creativity, and provides PHS students opportunities to beautify the PHS campus via displays and projects (e.g., Art Fairs, PHS Walls of Art Fame, Sports or Club Murals). Membership is open to any currently enrolled PHS student.  Letters are awarded to students who attend 75% of the business meetings and contribute 40 hours to club activities.

Business Meetings are held each Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., in B131.  Painting sessions are held each Monday, B131, 2:30 p.m.

Dr. Mason, B131




Dramatis Personae

Dramatis Personae (Theatre Club), along with Seventh period Advanced Theatre, is directly responsible for the Theatre productions and other Theatre related activities here at PHS. If you are interested in becoming a part of the world of the stage, join us!  We are a performance oriented group, that does everything from field trips to fundraising, community performances to competitions.  There is even a place for aspiring playwrights. Everyone is welcome!

M-F, except Tuesdays
D-102 2:30-3:30



Sports Medicine Club

The Sports Medicine Club gives students a hands on opportunity to work in the field of athletic training. Students will learn first aid, taping skills, and rehabilitation skills. All students have the opportunity to work at both home and away sporting events as student athletic trainers.
 
Every day after school at 2:15pm 
E126 or on the field
 



Law Club

The Law Club is for those interested in the American legal system. Students can explore law related careers, discuss current legal issues, and participate in mock trials. The club's focus is to geer students toward mock trial competitions.

Every Thursday from 2:15 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.
D201

Judy Tomboc


Dare 2 Live

The Dare2Live Club is an anti-bullying club on Patriot High School's Campus that encourages students to fight against bullying.

Every Tuesday after school from 2:20-3:30
D102



Knitting Club

The Patriot Knitting Club is a gathering of students and staff who are interested in crocheting and knitting. If you don't know how to knit or crochet, helpful teachers will show you how. If you already know, then we start you on projects labelled beginning to advanced. Once you finish the advanced project you can earn a school letter for your sweater. You will also knit some close friendships with the people who come!

Lunch Every Wednesday in D123

Ms.Lubak
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