Clubs & Activities

  • The below is a list of clubs and activties at Snohomish High School and who to contact for more information. For additional information:

    Clubs, activities, and key contacts

    • Anime Otaku Club - Tim Fraser-Bumatay
      • Wednesdays from 2:30 - 4 p.m. in room E233
      • Anime is a club filled with people who have an interest in animation. Demon Slayer. Spirited Away. My Hero Academia. If any of these names ring a bell, or even if they don't, you should join the Anime Club where we plan to watch anime and then spend hours watching them!  
    • Annual - Rosella Boyer
      • SHS class. Please contact advisor for more info.
      • A group of creative students who work together to produce the school’s yearbook by the end of the year.
    • Art Honor Society - Toni Minish
      • Mondays, 2:15-3:30 p.m. in Room C103
      • For students with a passion for art. They are also responsible for planning and hosting the Night of the Arts. This club is affiliated with the National Art Education Association and the dues are $5 per person.
    • ASB/Leadership - Vince Ivelia
      • SHS class. Please contact advisor for more info.
      • ASB leadership begins with the will, which is our unique ability as human beings to align our intentions with our actions and choose our behavior. With the proper will, we can choose to love: the verb, which is about identifying and meeting legitimate needs, not wants, of those we lead. When we meet the needs of others, we will, by definition, be called upon to serve and even sacrifice. When we serve and sacrifice for others, we build authority or influence, The Law of the Harvest. And when we build authority with people, then we have earned the right to be called a leader.
    • Backyardigans Club - Michael Harkins
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Backyard games such as cornhole, can-jam and spike ball.  The goals of this club is to build teamwork and relationships.
    • Band - Jordan Johnson
      • SHS class. Please contact advisor for more info.
      • Panther Band, which is available to any student who plays an appropriate instrument at an acceptable level, is the extracurricular group which is usually seen as the "school band."
    • Book Club - Heidi Pike
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Book club is for all of our passionate readers at SHS! They decide on certain books to read as a group and get together periodically to talk about them.
    • CADD Club - Brad Johnson
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • CADD (Computer Aided Drafting and Design) is a club that deals with machinery, welding and computer-aided drafting.
    • Cheerleading - Jodie Caldwell and Lauren Bach
      • Tryouts for the following year happen in the late spring. Contact advisor for more info.
      • Our cheerleaders help to bring excitement during assemblies, school events and our sporting events. Those involved must have good grades, teacher recommendations and go through tryouts.
    • Chess Club - Brian Gibbs
      • Wednesdays from 2:20 - 3:20 p.m. in Room D308
      • Join your peers and for a game of Chess. All skill levels welcome!
    • Chinese Club - Li Xue
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • The Chinese Club is a group of students who encourage cultural awareness.
    • Choir - Holly Batstone
      • Monday through Friday at 6:30 a.m. in Room P120.
      • Multiple choirs is the goal, ranging from advanced choirs that require auditioning to a beginning choir for those just getting started.
    • Dance Team - Jennifer Kaloger
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • The Dance Team is a group of committed people who have a passion for dancing. They spend multiple days a week practicing, and once a routine is perfected, they perform it.
    • DECA - Ben Doucette
      • SHS class. Please contact advisor for more info.
      • Washington DECA is on a mission to prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs.
    • Diversity Club - Sky Maynard
      • Every other Wednesday during Panther Period in Room D304.
      • Students working to bring awareness and celebrate the different cultural, racial, and ethnic backgrounds of students at Snohomish High School.
    • Environmental Club - Kristina Herrin
      • 1st and 3rd Wednesdays in Room A306
      • For those who want to protect, preserve, and enjoy the Earth’s natural environment through education, service, activism, and exploration.
    • FBLA - Kathy Purviance-Snow
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • FBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America. This group of students runs our on-campus espresso stand, engages in community service as well as competes in competitions. Opens doors to job offers & looks great on college resumes!
    • FCA - Ken Roberts
      • Wednesdays during Panther Period in room G187
      • FCA stands for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. This is a club for athletes around the school who come together to talk about how their faith has played a role in their activities.
    • FCCLA - Linsey Turski
      • Membership required. Contact advisor for more info.
      • FCCLA stands for Family Career and Community Leaders of America. It provides students with opportunities for community  involvement and leadership development. If you have taken any Family and Consumer Sciences courses with Mrs. Turski or are interested in pursuing a career in culinary arts, interior design, human development, child development, teaching, social work, nutrition, fashion or any other related topics this is the club for you! 
    • FFA - Tracy Brown
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • FFA stands for Future Farmers of America. It is a club dedicated to promoting leadership in the agricultural field.
    • Future Medical Professionals Club - Sara Larson
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • For students interested in sports medicine or other medical careers. You can work with the school’s athletic trainer who also teaches the sports medicine class. This includes helping the athletic trainer with athletes and their injuries in sports at the high school. Other activities include attending and competing in HOSA events and competitions.
    • Gay/Straight Alliance - TBD
      • This club supports equality among all students and people at Snohomish. The goal is to foster tolerance and acceptance.
    • German Club - Lauren Rueter and Nathan Risley
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • The German Club is designed for all students who want to make new friends while learning about the German language.
    • Ice Skating Club - Morgan Green
      • Every other Monday in Room D205 during Panther Period.
      • Provide a unified experience for the local skaters who attend Snohomish High School. Regular meetings (Panther Period) and club ice time at a community rink. Support each club member during their ice skating experience from beginner to advance levels.  Mentor individuals and educate others to familiarize the community of events and activities associated with ice skating.
    • Iron Club - TBD
      • For students passionate about working hard to build muscle and grow stronger. They also prepare for and compete in weightlifting competitions against other schools.
    • JROTC - Captain Lennon
      • SHS class. Please contact advisor for more info.
      • ROTC. is a program for students who are dedicated to learning discipline and leadership. 
    • Key Club - Jenny Service
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. It has countless of sister clubs all around the nation and world, which all work with another to bring about real change in their community and in the world. The focus of Key Club is to better our community, especially our local Snohomish community, through a variety of organized service projects. We are dedicated to the service of others, and students serving in the club will be presented with an opportunity to earn community service hours. 
    • Knowledge Bowl Team - Caleb Ellefson
      • Thursdays from 2:20 - 3:15 p.m. in room C204
      • Knowledge Bowl is a trivia-based club that allows students to participate in jeopardy-style tournaments.
    • Lacrosse Club - Heidi Pike
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • For students passionate about playing Lacrosse, or just interested in learning more about the sport.
    • Life Skills and Friends - Janette Jarrott
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • For students to work together to learn about real world experiences like making purchases, reading menus, labels, and directions, as well as go to job sites to learn work skills.
    • Link Crew - Linda Sparks and Tracy Brown
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Boomerang Project's proven high school transition program trains mentors from your junior and senior classes to be Link Crew Leaders. As positive role models, Link Crew leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.
    • National Honor Society - Kaci Cowan
      • Meetings December 11, January 17, February 21, April 17 and May 15 during Panther Period in the Student Center.
      • Honor Society is a club that recognizes students for scholarships, leadership, service, and character. Juniors and seniors with a cumulative 3.5+ GPA will be invited to apply.
    • Panther Pals - Elaisa Navarro
      • Visit www.sno.wednet.edu/pantherpals
      • Grizzly Cubs/Panther Pals is a program that was established more than 20 years ago by Mr. Tuck Gionet. The purpose is to build positive and healthy community.
    • Panther Press - Rochelle Feil-Adomowsky
      • 2nd and 4th Monday of the month and after school during Panther Period and on Thursdays in D306
      • Panther Press is the group of students who oversee Snohomish High School’s online newspaper.
    • Ping Pong - Ryan Gadwa
      • Tuesdays from 2:15-3:15 p.m. in Room D106
      • Ping Pong Club is a fellowship club in which anyone can participate. This club provides friendly competition among club members.
    • RAKE/Kind Club - Holly Hesselgrave
      • 1st and 3rd Monday of the month during Panther Period in D303
      • Kindness Club works towards spreading positivity and kindness across the campus throughout the school year by participating in random acts of kindness.
    • Red Sea Fan Club - Ken Roberts and Jeff Larson
      • Monday during Panther Period in room G187
      • Learn specific cheers and new traditions that the Red Sea will learn to have a bigger impact as a cheering section at games.  
    • Robotics - Matt Johnson
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • For students who are interested in learning more about, building, and even competing in robotics. Students work together with robotics club members from Glacier Peak High School.
    • Science Club - Louie Boggeri and Tony Stapleton
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • The focus of science club differs from year to year.
    • Senate - Vince Ivelia
      • December 13, January 10, January 31, February 14, February 28, March 6, March 20, April 10, April 24, May 8 and May 29 during Panther Period in the student center
      • For students with a passion for politics and have a voice for this school. Class-elected students get together once a month to discuss subjects such as ASB, budget money and constitutional amendments.
    • Skills USA - Matt Johnson
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Skills USA is the Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for the shop and manufacturing classes at Snohomish High School. This club is a co-curricular experience for students that are currently enrolled in the shop classes.
    • Spanish Club - Jennifer Buckley
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Spanish Club will allow you to broaden your knowledge of Hispanic culture and enhance your Spanish speaking and writing skills.
    • Speech and Debate - Derek Hanson
      • Tuesdays and Thursdays, in the library from 4:30-5:30 p.m .
      • Speech and debate are a competition-based club in which students have a wide variety of events to choose to participate in that range from short speeches to intense debates.
    • Sportsman’s Club - Louie Boggeri
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • For students who love hunting, fishing, and all things outdoors, and are interested in doing research and conducting local experiments to learn more about our environment.
    • Table Top/Game Club - Linda Sparks
      • Tuesdays from 2:15-4 p.m. in Rooms E132 and E133
      • Game club is an opportunity for students who are interested in games (board/video/computer/card games) to meet and get to know each other.
    • Theatre Club - Diane Johnston
      • Please contact advisor for specific meeting times.
      • Drama Club typically puts on the school fall play and the spring musical. There are several responsibilities in the Drama Club, from being an actor to overseeing lighting.
    • Thrive Christian Club - Theresa Crippen
      • 1st and 3rd Wednesdays in Room A210 during Panther Period
      • A group of students who get together to share about their faith, often taking part in activities like sharing Bible verses and singing songs.
    • Yarn Club - Rochelle Feil-Adamowsky
      • 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month in D306 during Panther Period and second Wednesday of each month and every Thursday after school in D306
      • Yarn Club is a place for all who are interested in fiber arts: crochet, knitting, weaving, felting, etc.