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6th Man Club

6th Man Club

Description/Mission: 6th Man Club is an organization whose members assemble the student body at sporting events. Our purpose is to increase enthusiasm, sportsmanship, and attendance at sporting events
Ambassadors

Ambassadors

Description/Mission: The Ambassadors club strives to create a more inclusive and welcoming campus for all students. We accomplish these goals through organizing new student potlucks and tours, transfer retreats, freshman orientation, Back to School Night, middle school visits, and much more!
  • Meets: Tuesday @ Lunch Room 415 Weekly
  • Advisor: Camarillo
  • President: Renee Remsberg
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Asian Student Union (ASU)

Asian Student Union (ASU)

Description/Mission: ASU is a group whose members are fascinated with Asian culture and take pride in their Asian identity. We welcome everyone from any background to participate. We are interested in spreading awareness of Asian Culture and informing the MVHS campus about the plights we face today. Asian Student Union serves to bring awareness to issues that affect Asians/Asian Americans, shed light on great contributions Asians/Asian Americans have made to society, share our cultures, and talk about the Asian/Asia
  • Meets: Friday @ Lunch Room 310, Biweekly
  • Advisor: Shih
  • President: Aisha Ricks Aili Koga
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Cultural, Awareness
Astronomy Club

Astronomy Club

Description/Mission: The MVHS Astronomy Club is a group whose members express an interest in the study of Astronomy and the workings of our universe. Our goal is to educate the community about Astronomy to the fullest extent. Astronomy Club serves as a place where astronomy enthusiasts can meet and discuss recent news in the astronomy field as well as what they enjoy about space.
  • Meets: Thursdays @ Lunch Room 618, Biweekly
  • Advisor: Dunsmore
  • President: Aisha Ricks
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Academic, Recreational
Badminton Club

Badminton Club

Description/Mission: The Badminton Club seeks to provide opportunities for students to practice badminton and have fun.  We also fundraise to benefit the school team, and as a club, we are able to communicate with the general student body better.  Our potential community event could be a more formal coaching session at a local middle or elementary school to promote interest in badminton.
  • Meets: No regularly scheduled date
  • Advisor: Imai
  • President: Alex Pun
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
BEAM(Business, Entrepreneurship, and Math)

BEAM(Business, Entrepreneurship, and Math)

Description/Mission: BEAM is a club that works with local businesses to rovide services for the company and the community.  We are currently working with Quixey, Vimolabs, Milk Pail, and California Baseball Farm Club. BEAM Club aims to teach its members about Business, Entrepreneurship, and Math through presentations by local professionals and an internship program in the second semester.
  • Meets: Friday @ Lunch Room 102, Weekly
  • Advisor: Burmeister
  • President: Ethan Huang
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Academic
Biology Club

Biology Club

Description/Mission: The Biology Club is a group of students dedicated to pursuing greater knowledge in the field of biology. We will be participating in biology competitions (USABO, iGem), engaging in research, and introducing members to future careers in biology and medicine through a speaker series and tours of local labs and medical facilities.
  • Meets: Friday @ Lunch Room 121, Biweekly
  • Advisor: Cmaylo
  • President: Rohan Katpally
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Academic
Black Student Union (BSU)

Black Student Union (BSU)

Description/Mission: The Black Student Union is an all inclusive culture club that uses positive images and events to represent the Black community and to shed light on Black culture and how it fits into American culture. Our community event is packaging and distributing food to those in need at a pantry. We speak out to create a safe environment.
  • Meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays @ Lunch in Room 213, Weekly
  • Advisor: Payne
  • President: Mia Lawrence
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Cultural
Bridge Club

Bridge Club

Description/Mission: The Bridge Club's objective is to improve your bridge game. We hope to teach new players and expand their knowledge of the game.
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Room 312, Weekly
  • Advisor: Gross
  • President: Neil Balch
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Computer Science Club

Computer Science Club

Description/Mission: The purpose of Computer Science Club is to represent Mountain View High School in programming competitions, set up app building projects and teach intro-level programming to interested students. Our communtiy event is participating in Hour of Code during STEM week.
  • Meets: Tuesday @ Lunch in Room 522 Weekly
  • Advisor: Nguyen, L.
  • President: Marc Bacvonski
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Drama Llamas

Drama Llamas

Description/Mission: Drama Llamas is a creative club that provides a way for students to have a creative outlet and perform. We allow for students to have a way to better their acting and have a way to build a community with people with similar passions.
  • Meets: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Weekly/Monthly in Acting Room After School
  • Advisor: Thornber
  • President: Ellen S.
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Education for All

Education for All

Description/Mission: The Education for All Club is dedicated to the promotion of sustainable and healthy well-being of underprivileged local and global communities through education, nutritional, and other necessary assistance. Our plan for this year is the continue our Hurricane Maria disaster relief initiative from last year.
  • Meets: Mondays @ Lunch in Room 104 (2nd and 4th week of each month)
  • Advisor: Yick
  • President: Tejans Thvar
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Environmental Club

Environmental Club

Description/Mission: The Environmental Club seeks to inform the local community about environmental issues. We perform local community services in the interest of our environment.
  • Meets: Fridays @ Lunch in Room 113
  • Advisor: Johnson, K.
  • President: Asha Peddada
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness
Fragrance of Care

Fragrance of Care

Description/Mission: The Fragrance of Care Club is a group whose members are interested in uplifting the morale of individuals and fostering amity in our society via acts of kindness. Our members seek to create a kindness board that encourages people to maintain their optimism and spread concord through acts of kindness.
  • Meets: Mondays @ Lunch in Room 209, Weekly
  • Advisor: Caramagno
  • President: Priya Jain
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness
Gardening Club

Gardening Club

Description/Mission: The Gardening Club, in cooperation with the special needs class, seek to learn about growing different types of plants including succulents, flowers, and seasonable vegetables. They are responsible for the "living classroom" garden and will grow all the necessary plants in the greenhouse. Furthermore, they intend to participate in garden to table activities.
  • Meets: Tuesday @ Lunch Outside at the Garden, Weekly
  • Advisor: Brenner
  • President: Amber Fry
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code

Description/Mission: The Girls Who Code Club is a group whose members are girls that are seeking enrichment or exposure to coding and computer science. The Club is affiliated with the Girls Who Code organization and follows its curriculum and partakes in activites set up by the organization. Our community event is the development of apps or websites to help the community and help during the Hour of Code event.
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Room 517, Weekly
  • Advisor: Nguyen
  • President: Camille Viviani
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Academic
Ignition Club

Ignition Club

Description/Mission: The Ignition Club is an accomlished club that competes, learns, and teaches at various events. Competitions include capture the flag (cybersecurity competition) and hackathons (24 hour product development) where the club competes (often with success) among other high schoolers as well as adults. Learning includes preparation for competitions, which includes research, coding, and UI design. Finally, we teach multiple sessions per month at CoderDojo, a worldwide nonprofit, racking up 100+ communit
  • Meets: Monday @ Lunch Room 123, Weekly
  • Advisor: Nguyen, A.
  • President: Erik Zhang
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Academic
Indian Club

Indian Club

Description/Mission: The Indian Club aims to implement, spread, and promote Indian culture and traditions into the MVHS community. We hope to create an inclusive environment where everyone can fully immerse themselves ina different perspective. We also look forward to raising funds to donate to impoverished schools in India.
  • Meets: Monday @ Lunch Room 523, Monthly
  • Advisor: Beare
  • President: Megha Ramachandran
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Cultural
Key Club

Key Club

Description/Mission: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. We do many service projects such as Art and Wine and Hope's Corner.
  • Meets: Monday @ Lunch Room 110, Weekly
  • Advisor: Meghan Engle
  • President: Barbara Beetlestone
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Latino Student Union (LSU)

Latino Student Union (LSU)

Description/Mission: In LSU we seek to educate people on latino culture. We also want to create a welcoming environment for all latinx students.
  • Meets: Tuesdays @ Lunch Room 203, Weekly
  • Advisor: Marroquin, Robledo
  • President: Darsey Roque Morales
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Cultural
Leo Club

Leo Club

Description/Mission: The Leo Club is a vounteer club whose purpose is to support our local community as well as those in need. The Leos club visits local shelters, volunteer for local community events andyearly hold our African library project.
  • Meets: Thursday @ Lunch Room 216, Weekly
  • Advisor: Lee
  • President: Julia Davancaze
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Liberal Action Club

Liberal Action Club

Description/Mission: The Liberal Action Club is a group that focuses on uniting all students under the common goal of pushing for progressive policies and candidates in order to make our nation and world a more prosperous place.
  • Meets: Tuesdays and Fridays @ Lunch/After School Room 105, Weekly
  • Advisor: Hollingshead
  • President: Michael Love
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Lonche Con El Estudiante

Lonche Con El Estudiante

Description/Mission: Lonche con el Estudiante strives to support the social and emotional needs of the present latino community at MVHS through strengthening bonds and to inform students on topics in our community.
  • Meets: Tuesday and Friday @ Lunch Faculty Lounge, Monthly
  • Advisor: ??
  • President: Kevin Sanchez
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: 
M1820

M1820

Description/Mission: M1820 is a club where Christians on campus can come together and promote a Christian lifestyle through service projects, discussions, and providing an unbiased place for fellowship.
  • Meets: Monday @ Lunch Room 117, Weekly
  • Advisor: Gallego
  • President: Amy Murata
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Mandarin Club

Mandarin Club

Description/Mission: In Mandarin club, we work together to promote Chinese culture and language, as well as help the MVHS community meet and socialize with people they normally wouldn't meet.
  • Meets: Tuesday @ Lunch Room 513, Biweekly
  • Advisor: Chiu
  • President: Paul Favrot, Miles Wada
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Cultural
MIT Launch Club

MIT Launch Club

Description/Mission: The club is powered by MIT Launch throughout the school year to allow students to develop entrepreunerialship skills and mindset by launching startups. Our members will start a company in teams, using course materials that follow the rigor and standards of MIT. The aim is to create a real startup under the guidance of the mentors provided by MIT Launch. The focus is on taking action, learning from results, and making changes to improve chances of success.
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Room 210, Weekly
  • Advisor: Espinosa
  • President: Anya Shrivastava
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive, Academic
Model United Nations

Model United Nations

Description/Mission: The Model UN clubs is a group of students who practic their public speaking, writing, and research skils in order to be better represent countries in debates over the world's future.
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Room 207, Weekly
  • Advisor: Heiken
  • President: Annemarie Foy
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive, Academic
MVHS E-Sports Club

MVHS E-Sports Club

Description/Mission: E-Sports Club will be a club where gamers can come together and have tournaments and just play video games for fun(or competitively). It will create a good environment.
  • Meets: Friday @ Lunch Room 501, Biweekly
  • Advisor: Kneebone
  • President: Gray Tynefield
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive, Recreational
National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

Description/Mission: The National Art Honor Society is a program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Our members will participate in art related service activities to promote visual arts to a wide audience. Our community service project will be making art projects with underpr
  • Meets: Tuesday @ Lunch Room 111, Bi-Weekly
  • Advisor: Levett
  • President: Lynae Deklerk Sarah Haslem
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
National Honor Society (NHS)

National Honor Society (NHS)

Description/Mission: The purpose of NHS is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship to stimulate a desire to render service to promote worthy leadership and to encourage the development of character in students at MVHS.
  • Meets: Thursday @ Lunch in the Library, Monthly
  • Advisor: Campbell
  • President: Tejas Thvar
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Photography Club

Photography Club

Description/Mission: The MVHS Photography Club is a community of aspiring photographers of all skill levels who enjoy sharing and learning from each other. We will donate our time to take pictures which document memories for given occasions.
  • Meets: Friday @ Lunch Room 109, Weekly
  • Advisor: Nock
  • President: Cecilia Duncker
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
PSYCH Club

PSYCH Club

Description/Mission: The PSYCH (Practical Skills You Can Have) Club seeks to help its members to become more well rounded and successful when living on their own. It seeks to give members practical skills everyone should know, but are not necessarily taught in school or at home. We will have competent adults come into our meetings and give short presentations on their selected subject.
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Room 120, Weekly
  • Advisor: Yow
  • President: Tessa Cowley
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Academic
Queer Straight Alliance (QSA)

Queer Straight Alliance (QSA)

Description/Mission: The Queer-Straight Alliance is here to raise awareness for and create a safer community for LGBTQ+ students questioning students, as well as their allies. We provide a loving community to listen to and support all LGBTQ+ youth.
  • Meets: Fridays @ Lunch Room 314/212, Weekly
  • Advisor: Krauss
  • President: Jehan Rasmussen
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness
Rising International

Rising International

Description/Mission: The mission of the MVHS Rising International Club is to wrok with the Santa Cruz-based non-profit Rising International that supports women in third world countries by selling the crafts they make, by raising awareness about these women and their hardships.
  • Meets: Monday @ Lunch Room 103, Weekly
  • Advisor: Mangin
  • President: Jennifer Loh
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness
Science National Honor Society

Science National Honor Society

Description/Mission: The SHNS is an organization that helps empower high school students to pursue science in the future. We work to promote science across campus and give scholarships to students who want to study science.
  • Meets: Friday @ Lunch in Room 115, Monthly
  • Advisor: Xu
  • President: Anya Shrivastava
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive, Academic
Science Olympiad Team

Science Olympiad Team

Description/Mission: The MVHS Science Olympiad team educates and inspires students in all STEM disciplines through hands-on activities. The club includes team members that compete at the annual Science Olympiad competition, and also provides learning opportunities to explore science further. During lunch and weekend workshop meetings we do lab activites, have suject expert lectures, and prepare for the upcoming competition
  • Meets: Tuesday @ Lunch Room 115, Weekly
  • Advisor: Ning
  • President: Coral Chen, Luke Lee
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive, Academic
Smash Club

Smash Club

Description/Mission: The Smash Club is a group whose members are interested in becoming involved in the competitive scene of the popular video game "Super Smash Bros." so that they can improve, or just have fun. For our community event, our members will organize and host a free tournament once a semester at the MVHS small gym that will be open to players of all skill levels, so that new players can get a feel for the competitive scene of the game.
  • Meets: Mondays and Fridays @ Lunch in 112
  • Advisor: Shemyakina
  • President: Eric Mow
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Social Awareness Club

Social Awareness Club

Description/Mission: Social Awareness Club is a club where open minded students can come together and not only talk about social issues that we care about, but work on increasing awareness about these issues as well. In addition to this, we also do fundraising for specific organizations that support causes surrounding civil and human rights
  • Meets: Thursday @ Lunch Room 104, Weekly
  • Advisor: Yick
  • President: Lucy Restall
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness
Spartan Buddies

Spartan Buddies

Description/Mission: The Spartan Buddies club is a MVHS club that builds friendships between students with and without disabilities. Students are paired together either one on one or in a small group and do structured actiities together inside and outside of school. One potential community event is helping run the annual St. Patrick's Dance in March.
  • Meets: Thursday @ Lunch Room 519/527, Weekly
  • Advisor: Quillinan
  • President: Sydney Arrillaga
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service, Awareness, Recreational
Spartan Dance

Spartan Dance

Description/Mission: Spartan Dance Club seeks to foster a love of dance in students of all experience levels, and to bring the joy of dance to our community.
  • Meets: Tuesday After School Room 520, Weekly
  • Advisor: Camarillo
  • President: Kylie Mullenex Samantha Wray
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Spartan Robotics

Spartan Robotics

Description/Mission: The Spartan Robotics Club strives to spread interest in STEM education by participating in Robotics Competition every year duing the third quarter. The team writes sponsorship grants, trains new members, designs and builds a robot, and competes in several competitions each year. In addition to this, the robotics team also participates in community outreach events, such as the local Toys for Tots event, volunteering at FLL(middle school LEGO robotics), tournaments, and participating in the Relay
  • Meets: Wed, Thurs, Fri After School Room 522, Weekly
  • Advisor: Wyn Schuh*
  • President: William Stanley
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive
Spartan Skratchers

Spartan Skratchers

Description/Mission: The Spartan Skratchers Club is a group of students who are fanatics of the cultural and musical depth of disc jockeying
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Packard Hall, Weekly
  • Advisor: Kneebone
  • President: Johan Kou
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Recreational
Speech and Debate

Speech and Debate

Description/Mission: Speech and Debate is an extracurricular activity designed to build communication skills through public speaking competition.  MVLA speech and debate brings together students from both of our district high schools to train and practice as one team.
  • Meets: Wednesday After School in Library, Weekly
  • Advisor: Herman*
  • President: Sophia Hwang
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Competitive
STEAM Club

STEAM Club

Description/Mission: The STEAM club is a youth led organization whose goal is to bring opportunities and resources to the children of underprivileged communities in the Bay Area by teaching elementary students STEM and Art twice a month
  • Meets: Monday and Wednesday @ Lunch in Room 125, Weekly
  • Advisor: Krishna
  • President: Nicole Xin
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Team HBV

Team HBV

Description/Mission: The UNIDOS club tutors at local schools through partnering with the Beyond the Bell after school program. Beyond tutoring, we aim to provide elementary students with mentors that will share their experience as students and community members and instill in the younger students the importance of academic dedication and positive values, providing valuable advice and support for the kids in the process.
  • Meets: Wednesday @ Lunch Room 121, Biweekly
  • Advisor: Cmaylo
  • President: Vincent Siu, Chris Straw
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness
UNICEF

UNICEF

Description/Mission: Through a partnership with UNICEF International, our club works in 190 different territories and countries to defend the rights and save the lives of children across the globe.
  • Meets: Thursday @ Lunch Room 523, Monthly
  • Advisor: Beare
  • President: Jeanette McKellar
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Unidos

Unidos

Description/Mission: The UNIDOS club tutors at local schools through partnering with the Beyond the Bell after school program. Beyond tutoring, we aim to provide elementary students with mentors that will share their experience as students and community members and instill in the younger students the importance of academic dedication and positive values, providing valuable advice and support for the kids in the process.
  • Meets: No regularly scheduled date
  • Advisor: Morgan
  • President: Rachel Ostrowski
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Valley to Valley

Valley to Valley

Description/Mission: The Valley to Valley Club fundraises money to bring education to a city in Haiti, in order to provide children with more opportunities.
  • Meets: Fridays @ Lunch in Room 612, Weekly
  • Advisor: Campbell
  • President: Hannah Hwang
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Community Service
Young Americans of Freedom (YAF)

Young Americans of Freedom (YAF)

Description/Mission: The YAF Club is a club that discusses hot topics in a libertarian/conservative way. One major event will be the debate between YAF and LAC (Liberal Action Club)
  • Meets: Thursdays @ Lunch in Room 207, Weekly
  • Advisor: Heiken
  • President: Maverick Klazura
  • Assigned Yearbook Staff:
  • Type of Club: Awareness