Approved Clubs, 2017
CLUB FORMSTo contact club advisor check the school directory to get their email address.***PLEASE DO NOT send solicitation emails to our club advisors.
Club Name Description Advisor President Meeting time/ Location American Red Cross Club Our goal is to train individuals nearby, ready to use their Red Cross skills to save lives.We work directly with the local American Red Cross Association to fundraise for disaster relief and get prepared for and respond to emergencies. Wuerth Christie Lee room 310, once a week Animal Kindness A club dedicated to educating the community about animals while fundraising for animal organizations in an attempt to help and spread the kindness. Sandner Kaitlyn Page Tuesday lunches in room 311 Animal Rescue Club The Animal Rescue Club supports the lives and rights of animals through volunteering at Animal Shelters and raising money for pro-animal organizations. Joseph Tess Lochman, Caroline Suh, Charlotte Johnson twice a month, during lunch, in Profe Joseph's room Black Student Union Hopper Yanaiya, Tyree Kiara Wednesdays during lunch room 205 Board Games Come play card/board games, eat snacks and make friends Sturgeon Gabi Diecks Ruby classroom, Tuesday lunch Breast Cancer Awareness We put on events to raise money for Zero Breast Cancer, a non-profit that funds breast cancer research. Chu Chloe McCormac Room 85, Wednesdays at lunch every other week Business The Business Club is devoted to educating the Tam High student body through information unbeknownst about business and start-up companies Aubrey Room 910 every Thursday at lunch Caring for Cambodia Garrett Carly Toole Room 157, twice a month on Wednesday Cinephiliac Film club Chamberlin Dwight Bellissimo Room 319, every Wednesday lunch Collaging for a Cause Krawczyk Rachel Sulciner, Jordan Cushner Every other Tuesday of every month in the photo room Computer science club Kennedy Max Johnson, Mason Rylander Room 207 Monday at lunch CSF/ Honor T "Honor T," the longest running club at Tam, was originally founded in the 1920s as the Tam High Honors Society. Students in the club serve and represent the Tam community by providing hours of community service to the areas of need on and off campus.
CSF, California Scholarship Federation, is a statewide organization honoring students who achieve academic excellence. To qualify for CSF membership, students must complete an application and meet the academic requirements.
All lifetime members of either club receive honor cords to wear at graduation and receive special recognition in the graduation program.
Spaht Celia Frances, Natalie Bricker Friday tutorials/lunches in Ms. Spaht's room (157) Engineering Club Erlin Ethan Peterson room 912 Wednesday at lunch Equestrian Club Tam Equestrain Club is place for horse riding/loving members of the Tam community to come together and talk about events in our own lives as well as in the horse world.
Thursdays in room 318 at lunch Fishing/ Aquatic Environment Club Garcia John Overton Bi weekly on Tuesday @ lunch in room 63 Fundraiser of the Month Bruno Heidi Ford and Pippa Gallagher portable (ms. bruno) at lunch every Thursday Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Place for students to find community Lopez-Rahimi Dean Weiler Room 206 Wednesdays lunch Gender Equality Tarpinian Girl Up A club that raises money and awareness for girls' education in developing countries. Backer Natalie Gooden Room 65 Thursdays Girls Learn Int. Tarpinian Abby Frazee Thurs at lunch in room 120 Illness Support & Awareness Club Sandner Carmela Davis, Grace Bardwick room 310 twice a month on lunch on Thursday Interact Club - MV Rotary Ernst room 154 at lunch every other Tuesday Investment Club Henn Max Krenz room 950 at lunch Fridays Jewish Student Association A club to explore Jewish culture, food, and values. We seek to reach out to other culture clubs, build community, and do volunteer work together. We have a monthly catered lunch open to all members and guests. Zeeman Hannah Kahn, Rebecca Preis
Thursday lunch, every week in room 906. Our monthly lunches are in room 2020
Junior State of America The Junior State of America (JSA) is the largest student run organization in the nation. We are a nonpartisan debate and government club with emphasis on community activism, fighting political apathy, and preparing high schoolers to be intelligent voters. We attend three overnight debate conventions a year, two in the San Francisco area and one at the state capitol in Sacramento. We also attend smaller, local one day conferences. No events are required for membership, we encourage each member to participate only as much as they feel comfortable. No tryouts or experience necessary! LemMon Ravi Joshi-Wander portables (p2) every other Monday lunch Make-A-Wish Club Make-A-Wish Club is a student run club that raises money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation to raise money for wishes to be granted for children battling cancer. Cleaveland Keri NakaeLunch every first and third Wednesday of the month, drama building Muslim Student Association The Muslim Student Association is a club that explores the religion of Islam and helps fundraise for Middle Eastern countries in need. We will have discussions on misconceptions of Islam and any questions people might have. Dolan Amina Nakhuda (Safura Nana, Mariam Bhom) Room 150 Tuesday Music Together Levinson and Lovejoy Jacob Swergold, Mac Nichols steps outside student center every other Wed at lunch Next Generation Politics Bruno Cassidy Holtzapple, Sonia Saltzman Portable 1 with Ms. Bruno every Tuesday lunch Ocean Conservation Club Tucker Annika Jackson, Samantha Locke Room 311, lunch every other Thursday One Million Lights Dolan Emma Schultz, Jake Room 150 every other Monday during lunch PAASS volunteer club Stanton Skye Schoenhoeft Peer Grit Levine Jacob Renneisen tuesdays in 348 or 150 Photography Steinhart Ethan Swope Friday tutorials/lunches in 329 Pre-Healthcare Club Wuerth Amal Hayat, Gillian Bell Thursdays at lunch Restorative Justice Club Restorative Justice at Tam focuses on diverting suspensions and addressing the root causes of students' problems, while also building a stronger Tam community as a whole. Springer Marie Hogan Upper keyser, room 347, Friday's lunch/tutorial Robotics Sailing Club Ernst Jacob Renneisen every other Wed in room 154 Self Defense The Self Defense Club is a place where you can come to learn how to defend yourself in common scenarios. We are here to help you, and to make learning to protect yourself fun. Harris Jacqueline Warner We meet every Friday in Ruby Scott Gym during lunch Sending Love Worldwide Our club raises money, writes letters to the troops, and organizes clothes/supply drives for countries around the world that are less fortunate than ours. We work through different organizations to send support and love worldwide. Montani Mackie Hill (and Annika Emblad, Emilie Lagier) hoetger hall room 205, 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month Smash Brothers Come play Super Smash Brothers Melee! Chamberlin Nathaniel Wood Fridays at Lunch in room 319 Spanish Club Ramsey Maddie Asch lunch on Thursday Special Olympics club Lovejoy Zach Harris Every Wednesday during tutorial; football turf Students for Social Justice Students for Social Justice is a teen activism club at Tam High, encouraging young students to get involved in not only their high school community, but their are greater world as well. Students for Social Justice encourages and promotes solidarity with diverse students and diverse peoples inside and outside of the school, creating a more colorful, more inclusive community, at Tam, and the world. Students for Social Justice believes in not only meaningful converstioms but in taking meaningful, immediate action that changes the world for the better. Malanche, Erikson Jake Cohen Room 21 lunch Monday and Friday Students of Color Our goal is to build meaningful friendships across all different races at the Tam Community. Ernst and Hopper Glo Robinson Ernst's room Thurs at lunch Surf Team Surf club with a team competing in the Santa Cruz surf league Brassy Jacob swergold Sustainability Club We want to help keep the planet and Tam High clean Brow Jackson Moore Room 60 at lunch every other Tuesday Tam High Mock Trial Erickason
Elissa Aschroom 62 Tues+Thurs 7-9pm until second semester, then Mon-Thurs 7-9pm
Tam High Model UN TMUN considers issues and challenges around the world and works to solve problems in Model United Nations simulations and conferences. Levinson and Ewell Mallory Mcgowan, Kelly Smith Room 322 Wednesday at lunch Tam High Mountain Biking Tam High MTB is open to all Tam students who love mountain biking. Whether you’re casual or competitive, join our rides on Mount Tam, China Camp, Tamarancho and other Marin spots. Brow Ian Pratt Wednesdays at 3:30 in front of pool Tam High Tutoring Dolan Samantha Berman Room 150 first Monday of the month Tam Knitting Club Bruno Avery Schoen Room 2 every other Tuesday/Thursday Tam Spirit Club Levine Elise Stewart, Lily Day Every Other week on Tuesdays, no room The Dungeons and Dragons Club Gilmour Robert Kemper Gallardo Room 400 during Friday and Wednesday Lunch The HAWCS club Kennedy Christina Graham Room 210, every Tuesday The Milo Foundation The Milo Foundation Club visits and raises money for The Milo Foundation, a nonprofit, non-kill, shelter for homeless domestic animals in Northern California. McGiven Darragh Walsh and Kennedy Cook Every other Tuesday in rm. 200 Ultimate Frisbee Proksch Sam Pletcher Every other Tuesday @ lunch on football field UNICEF Club Help save the world, one bake sale at a time Pribble Phineas Koehn Room 153 lunch every Thursday Women's History Cub Garrett Annalisa Blackadar Room 157 every other Wednesday Yeet For The Beat A club to expand your musical knowledge and learn about others own personal music tastes and interests. Pribble Dyian Sgamba Room 153, every other Tuesday lunch Young Women's Empowerment Tucker Tyree Kiara, Yanaiya Zen Club Ernst Alexis DC Room 154, LunchFor general questions about clubs, please check with the club advisor and/ or ASB Leadership teachers: _THSASBTeachers@tamdistrict.org