Clubs

  • Alvarez has a number of clubs that you can join to make your high school experience better! During the first few weeks of school, Alvarez has a Club Rush Day where all clubs provide information to interested and prospective members. Many clubs help raise money for different activities.


    If you are interested in becoming a club member, stay tuned for announcements on Club Day dates or see Dave to find out who advises the club you are interested in.


    Below is a list of clubs offered at Alvarez:

    Adapt
    Alvarez All Stars
    Anime Club
    AP Art
    AP Language & Comp Club
    AP Psychology
    AP Spanish
    AVID
    Baile Folklórico
    Badminton Club
    Baseball Field Improvement
    California Scholarship Federation (CSF)
    Catering Eagles
    Ceramics
    Chess Club
    DMA Club
    Dreamers Club
    Eagles SoaRR Club
    Eagles Unique Diversity
    EAHS Robotic Club
    End ALS Team
    Environmental Science
    Explorers
    Familia
    Fashion
    Filipino American Cultural Club
    FFA
    French
    Freshman Class
    GEAR UP/College Club
    GLEE Club
    GSA (Gender/Sexuality Alliance)
    Interact
    Japanese
    Japanese National Honors Society
    Junior Class
    Kultura Social
    Link Crew
    Lit Club
    Marine Bio
    Media Arts Club
    Mock Trial
    Model UN
    Music
    MYStrength
    National Art Honor Society
    National Honor Society (NHS)
    NJROTC
    Photography Club
    Physics Club
    Poetry Club
    Postpone
    Prominence DC
    Puente
    Screamin' Eagles
    Senior Class
    Sons of Alvarez
    Sophomore Class
    Table Tennis Club
    Table Top Club
    Traveling Arts
    Thespian
    Video Club

     

    Starting a New Club
    There is a wide range of clubs of which to take advantage of but, if there is not a club that satisfies a
    need, you can always start a new one. Information on how to start a club can be found in the ASB
    office. The general steps in starting a new club are:

    1. Have at least 10 members
    2. Find a teacher to act as an advisor
    3. Elect student officers
    4. Write a constitution (samples are available in the ASB office)
    5. Fill out an application to start a club (available in the ASB office)
    6. Create a budget and list of activities (available in the ASB office)
    7. Submit to ASB for approval