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Forming a New Club

Clubs will be recognized when they have been approved by the following:

  1. ASB Student Council
  2. Sage Creek High School Administration
  3. The Carlsbad Unified School district Board of Education


Steps to Become an Official Club:

  1. Complete the following documents:
    • ​​2017-18 New Club Form.pdf
    • You can use this constitution template: Constitution Template
    • When submitting electronic club constitutions, please grant access to, and
  2. Submit these 4 documents to Mr. Kung, ASB Advisor.  Documents submitted should hardcopy.  A digital constitution must be e-mailed to
  3. The ASB Student Council will review and provide initial approval for all complete applications fulfilling ASB guidelines.
  4. The Sage Creek administration will review all documents and do one of two things: 1) Approve the Club Application documents or 2) Deny the Club Application and communicate with Club President and Club Advisor.


Club Applications approved by the ASB Student Council and the Sage Creek Administration will be submitted to the CUSD Board of Education for final approval.  CUSD Board meeting happen once a month, so new clubs may have a waiting period before becoming officially approved. An e-mail will be sent when official charter is approved by CUSD.

Clubs looking for Renewal

Clubs will be renewed when they have been approved by the following:

  1. ASB Student Council
  2. Sage Creek High School Administration


Steps for Renewing a Club

  1. Complete the following documents:
  2. Submit these 4 documents to Mr. Kung, ASB Advisor.  Documents should be submitted in digital and hardcopy.​
  3. The ASB Student Council will review and provide initial approval for all complete applications fulfilling ASB guidelines.
  4. The Sage Creek administration will review all documents and do one of two things: 1) Approve the Club Application documents or 2) Deny the Club Application and communicate with Club President and Club Advisor.



Club Announcements

-Club Rush will be on October 4th during advisory and proceed throughout lunch.


-In order to be eligible for club rush, all new and renewing clubs must submit their completed paper work to the ASB room by September 29th before the end of school.  No exceptions.


-When submitting electronic club constitutions, please grant access to, and



If you missed the New Clubs and Renewal Meeting, Click Here for that information

SCHS Club Calendar

2016-2017 Clubs

Club Name Club Purpose Club President Club President E-mail Club Advisor Meeting Times
Academic League To provide opportunities for competition and social interaction within and outside of Sage Creek High School through Academic League practices and competitions. James Melkonian Kramar Tuesdays from December 5th to February 28th room 3205
American Red Cross To prepare the community and school in case of any emergency and to provide a safe environment in case of a disaster. Provide blood donations and other first aid and safety training. Susanna Anil Bellotti Thursdays at lunch in room 1206
Anime Club To foster and promote students who pursue a passion of anime and Japanese animation in general into one uniform club in order to allow freedom of expression and a fun and safe environment. Brianna Doan Burroughs Wednesdays at Lunch room 5102
AP Physics Emotional Support Club To provide those struggling with AP Physics emotional support and fellowship Jazzy Chen Fieberg Thursdays @ lunch room 1303
ASL National Honor Society To be a community service based club for the deaf community and academic excellence in ASL Logan McAndrews Newsom-Wuertz At lunch on Mondays room 3305
AVID To give AVID students a chance to voice their opinions of how to improve the program at SCHS or to plan events for AVID students. Gisselle Ortiz Solis Wednesdays at Lunch room 2205
Biomedical Sciences Club To prepare students for careers in the biomedical field and contribute to the medical community Alexis McBride Park Thursdays at Lunch twice a month room 1203
Bob Squad To create an immersive spirited culture where students are comfortable and confident to represent their school in a loud and exciting way Lizi Cudal Savage Fridays @ lunch when notified in the gym
Bobcat Beach Volleyball To provide opportunities for competition social interaction and... Will May Kramar Second Friday in September and the Second Friday in... room 2305
Broadcast Club To give students time to work after school on person or school related projects Brady Caskey Kuehl Thurdays 2:30 - 4:00 room 2303
Champion Bobcat It is the mission of the Champion Bobcats to serve as a role model for the youth of the Carlsbad community. These exceptional Senior ambassadors are committed to academic achievement and character of the young students of CUSD and model this by living substance free Dakota Marshall Alberts First Wednesday of every month in room 2304
Choir Club To provide a place for prospective vocalists and hobbyists to have their skills in singing, rapping, beatboxing, ect. Tiffany Tran Hunter Thursdays at Lunch room 2300
Class of 2017 To plan, organize, and raise funds for senior class events Fabiola Sanchez Manente Fridays @ lunch Mr. Manente's room
Class of 2018 A club for the class council of 2018 for fundraising purpouses. Brad Nelson Newsom-Wuertz Every other Wednesday at lunch in room 3305
Class of 2019 To fundraise money, create fun events, and build spirit for the class of 2019. Brooklynn Deal Nourani Every other Tuesday at lunch room 2306
Class of 2020 To fundraise money, create fun events, and build spirit for the class of 2020. Cavaughn Higgs Hunter Hunters Classroom
Climbing Club To spread the sport of rock climbing and bouldering to the students of Sage Creek. David Rudolph Bloomquist Lunch Room 2205
Club To Create a group of students that feel associated with everyone in said group. This need for connection is essential for any student's state of mind while trying to make it through High School Sean Cooke Co Wednesdays at Lunch room 2201
Community Art Club To provide our campus with art as needed, and brighten our local community with creative color. Olivia De Caro Herrick Thursdays at Lunch room 5102
Craft Club To establish a fun and all-inclusive environment for students to craft and make new friendships Nicole Morris Park Wednesdays 2:30-3:30 room 1203
CSCA Junior Ambassadors To further student's involvement in international relashionships. Emily Ha Park Friday at lunch room 1203
Debate Club To develop skills of rhetoric and provide a space to facilitate discussion and debate about current events. Michelle Barnett and Miriam Miller Hungerford Wednesday at lunch room 3204
Drama Club To fundraise for the theater classes and the school musical Karina Hull J. Porter Wednesdays at lunch in Ms.Porter's room
Fellowship of Christian Athletes To provide a place for students to find fellowship and grow together as a school James Melkonian Sanderson Wednesdays at lunch room 3200
Film Critics Club To introduce students into the entertainment of movies and teach them the ways of being a critic and how to create/ review clubs Chris Beauchamp Nourani Mondays 2:45-3:45 room 2306
Game Development To engage in the construction and research of code and design Darius Rahmanian Moezzi 2:30 - 3:00 pm Mondays room 5104
Gardening Club To provide and outlet for students and allow students to work and learn first hand about horticulture and gardening James Melkonian JEMelkonian@gmail Keyes Room 1303 and plot of land behind the 1000 building meeting once a month and on the first Tuesday of the month at lunch or after school from 2;30PM to 3;00PM
Gender and Sexuality Alliance To create a safe environment for LGBTQIA+ students and to educate others about gender and sexuality and the spectrum of identities Frances Parrott Hunter Fridays at lunch in room 3202
Girl Talk To provide peer to peer mentoring with the premise of High School Girls mentoring Middle School girls on issues they deal with in their early,formative teenage years. Elyse Vanderwoude Newsom-Wuertz Tuesdays 3:00 at Calavera Hills Middle School
Guitar Club To provide a friendly environment for guitarists and those interested to develop, practice and learn more about the instrument and music as a whole Cameron Yenche Cordell Every other Thursday excluding finals
Harry Potter Alliance To bring students together for social change. The HPA is a worldwide activist program for equality, human rights, and literacy. Aine Kern Kuehl Tuesdays twice a month at lunch room 2303
Interact To join students together in a positive atmosphere geared towards improving our community through local and international volunteering opportunities Emily Kvitek Fieberg Every Other monday during lunch in room 1305
International Soccer Supporters Club The Purpose of the International Soccer Supporters Club shall be to discuss the past, present, and future of soccer and learn about the different cultures of the game all around the world. Nicholas Sonck Lucio Wednesdays @ Lunch room 3202
Junior Optimist Club To participate in community service events/ projects organized by Optimist International Brianna Bunchman Kuehl Thursdays @ lunch in Kuehl's Classroom
Key Club To get community service opportunities, leadership skills, and to make a difference Emily Ha and Reilly Cornwall Bachman Tuesdays @ lunch room 1204
Kids for Peace -To Create Peace and Youth Leadership/ Community Service/ Global Friendship/ Thoughtful acts of Kindness Gavin Graff Burroughs First Tuesday of every month room 5002
Leaders In Literacy The purpose of leaders in Literacy at Sage Creek High School shall be spark and share a love of reading in people of all ages ,as well as spread literacy in our community and beyond . Tina Stanley Myers Wednesday at lunch in room 2307
League of Champions To organize events for special needs children Claire Karaffa Magee The first Tuesday of each month at lunch 1300
Link Crew Help freshmen transition to high school and develop leadership skills to upperclassman N/A N/A Salah Before or after school room 1304 or cafeteria
Local Love Club To volunteer and contribute to charities while instilling values of generosity and passion in young adults in our community Zareena Bokhari Alberts Mondays @ lunch room 2304
Marine Sciences To observe the local and world oceans, and to promote ocean awareness Torrey Chandran Goode Room 1307
Math Team To represent Sage Creek High School in math competitions and promote STEM focus of our school Emma McHale Turner` Mondays @ lunch room 1200
Mitchell Thorp Foundation Strives to support the Mitchell Thorp Foundation events and raise awareness on campus, by contributing our time, creativity and service Zachary Schubert Roth Second Thursday each month room 3203
Model United Nations To have students collaborate and discuss important world issues and learn more about various countries in the United Nations through the simulation of the United Nations through debate and conflict resolution. Elyse VanderWoude Peterson Thursdays at lunch,twice a month Room 3201
Multicultural Student Association The purpose of this club at Sage Creek High School shall be to bring students from different cultures together to learn about their cultural identities and foster an appreciation for the rich tradition and beliefs of other cultures. We will also educate students and the community about the different cultures represented at our school Alyssa Sevidal Allison Williams Every other Monday @ lunch room 2206
Muslim Student Association For the muslims at SCHS to gather and celebrate their religion. Also, we want to educate others on Islam and organize club volunteer opportunities. Fawziyah Khatri Alberts 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month @ lunch room 2304
National Honor Society To encourage students to be devoted and enthusiastic about scholarship, establish a passion for service to the community to promote leadership, and encourage character development and prosperity. Heather Feldmann Andersson Thursdays @ lunch twice a month in room 3201
Never Board of Board Games To give students the opputunity to enjoy board games, have more social interactions, and make new friends instead of being bored and lonely:) Eric Wang/ Keith Pereira / Griesbach Mondays and Fridays at lunch room 3302
Outdoor Adventure Club We will teach necessary survival skills, how to protect and preserve uninhabited lands and wildlife, and how to have & make the most out of your time outdoors. Addison Didier Porter Every Tuesday @ Lunch room 2302
Outreach for Nazareth Orphanage Outreach for Nazareth Orphanage Club supports and orphanage in Tecate, Mexico by creating "care packages" for the kids to be delivered throughout the year. Joseph Kirven Moezzi Once a month on the 2nd Friday of the month at lunch in Dr. Moezzi's room
Photography Club To visually present individual skills in photography and lest techniques as a group to enter contests as well as have fun with friends Olivia Michael Keyes Room 1303
Positivity Club The purpouse of Positivity Club is to ensure that students feel comfortable on Capus evem with negative actions and/or comments Tyler Jones Tamayo Fridays during lunch room 2204
Robotics Club The purpose of this club is to participate in FIRST Robotics. Specifically, First Tech Challenge (FTC) FIRST Robotics Missing is to inspire young people to be science and technology skills, that inspire innovation and that foster well rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership Madhumitha Senthilkumar Moezzi Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 SCHS Room 510
Sage Creek Dance/ Tech Crew To support Sage Creek's dance program during shows and performances Leanne McIntee Chrisman Friday 2:30 - 3:00 room 5001
Seminary Club To join with other students who are interested in studying Christian scripture. Bailey Daynes Woolley Monday-Friday 6:10-7:00AM in room 1301
Short Film Club we will be making short films in which we will get talented actors, actresses,videographer and photographers from SCHS Gavin Goddard Manente Every other Wednesday during lunch in Room 1202
Simply Science The purpose of this club shall be for students interested in leadership, science, community service, to teach hands on science experiments to local Carlsbad elementary schools Julia Hayashi Park Tuesday @ lunch room 1203
Ski and Snowboard To encourage snow sports; to experience the enjoyment of being with friends and peers on ski and snowboard trips; and to attain the privilege of group discussion on lift tickets,transportation, and equipment. Tommy Hirst Simon Every Other Friday at lunch 3106
Spoken Word Poetry The purpous of the Spoken Word Poetry Club at Sage Creek High School shall be to inspire and expand Sage Creek nHigh School atredents' creative and literary horizons as well as encourage other schools to join Sage Creek High School in forming Slam or Spoken Word Poetry Competitions. Grace McGuire Fett Wednesdays at Lunch room 2301
Surf Club To promote an active, healthy lifestyle centered around and ocean involvement and create a great environment for outside of the classroom Gabe Vecchio Simon Fridays from 3:30 - 5:30 @ Ponto Beach
TED Ed Club The purpose of this club is to allow students to express innovative thoughts or ideas in the form of speeches Bryce Buscher and Bella Phillips Myers Tuesdays @ lunch room 2307
The Art of Design To teach students the art of interior design, architecture, and fashion design Brayden Sandahl Merino-Ott At lunch on Mondays in 3305
Yoga Club Teaching students relaxation techniques and have a relaxing environment for them to come to Mara Waynick Newsom-Wuertz After school at 3;00 in the dance room
Young Leaders in Healthcare To educate high school students of possible career opportunities in the medical field and uniform theme of current healthcare topics. Mary Feldmann Magee First Thursday of every month 6-8PM at Scripps Hospital Encinitas
Young Life the purpose of the young life club of Sage Creek High School shall be to help create a place where a student can build friendship and community ,feel like they belong ,have fun and adventure ,serve others and explore faith in god . Daniel Rubin Kuehl Monday at lunch
Youth Rising Youth Rising is going to be a new club focused on educating youth about ending unfair intolerance towards diversity and raising awareness and money for charities such as "unicef" and "plan" to allow children all over the world who are denied schooling a chance to gain an education. Avalon Greenberg Tamayo Tuesday at lunch in Tamayo Room

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