Clubs and Activities
- Clubs meet on Wednesday’s during B schedule starting at 7:45am.
- Advisory dates are scheduled for Advisory time from 7:15 to 7:45 then club time begins at 7:45.
Club meeting dates for 2012-13
September 19 Advisory/Clubs
October 17 Advisory/Clubs
October 24 Clubs
November 14 Advisory/Clubs
November 21 Clubs
December 12 Advisory/Clubs
January 16 Advisory/Clubs
January 30 Clubs
February 13 Advisory/Clubs
February 27 Clubs
March 20 Advisory/Clubs
April 10 Advisory/Clubs
April 17 Clubs
May 1 Advisory/Clubs
May 8 Clubs
May 22 Advisory/Clubs
CLUBS FOR 2012-2013
Art Schmidt H-1
Club focus: To allow students to express their artistic talents.
ASB/Leadership Elam A-13
Club Focus: ASB & Class officers meet regularly to plan and implement school activities and discuss school culture and climate. ASB meets every Tuesday at 7am.
Champions Club Kraves H-1
Club Focus: To have fun with (mostly) Nintendo based video games. All games rated E for Everyone!
Chess Club House D-7
Club Focus: Chess club is for anyone who enjoys playing chess and would like to improve their game.
Cultural Awareness Alonso D-6
Club Focus: To celebrate cultures of the world in our school and community. Cultural Awareness club raises funds for World Vision, an international organization that supports children in Africa and helps countries recover from natural disasters.
Debate Anderson B-7
Club Focus: The development of rigorous and critical thinking, and to foster a team culture based on thoughtfulness and respect. Students who participate in high school debate benefit tremendously. Debate teaches critical thinking, research and writing skills, persuasive communication, and the ability to see both sides of important issues. It also fosters leadership, citizenship, and self-confidence.
DECA Elam E-2
Club Focus: DECA is a learning experience like no other. The DECA classroom has been likened to a "learning laboratory" where students can explore the real- life impact of their decisions, participate in activities where they can make a difference in their community, and develop leadership skills that last a lifetime. DECA students have the opportunity for travel and competition as well as Pro Sports Career Day and the DECA-Safeway Takeover. Take Marketing, Join DECA! www.wadeca.org
Drama Cummins Drama Room
Club Focus: Drama Club is for anyone who is interested in theater or would like a better understanding of Capital’s theater department. You can learn basic knowledge of acting or helping out backstage for theater productions. Drama club will help you grow through games, activities and tips on auditioning.
Environmental Hook I-4
Club Focus: Environmental club is dedicated to serving the CHS community by reducing the environmental impact of CHS and the Olympia community in general. Their goal is to promote environmental awareness among students and club members.
FBLA McFadden E-3
Club Focus: Future Business Leaders of America is a business club that offers you a great chance to make new friends, compete in business subjects (regional and state), attend conferences and develop leadership skills. This is an exceptional club if you are planning on going to college or having a business career. Membership is open to all students.
Club Focus: If you are a movie buff, this club is for you! Watch and discuss various types of films in a fun, relaxed setting.
Gay-Straight Alliance Kinsel D-3
Gay-Straight Alliance Network is a youth leadership organization that connects school-based Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) to each other and community resources through peer support, leadership development, and training.
Go House D-7
Club Focus: To promote and provide a central place for prospective players to learn, study, teach and play the game of Go.
Hip Hop Owens B-8
Club Focus: Hip Hop club is for anyone interested in learning the hip hop style of dance. Hip Hop club may occasionally perform for the school.
HOSA Martin I-2
Club Focus: Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is a student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA club goes hand in hand with CHS’s Sports Medicine class.
Harry Potter Kabat A-1
Club Focus: An environment in which Harry Potter fans can discuss common interests, achieve a sense of community and create awareness for Harry Potter.
Honor Society Samson A-7
Club Focus: Honor Society is a club for students who excel academically and in areas of leadership and service. Students must maintain a 3.4 GPA and show evidence of good character, service and leadership in order to join honor society.
Horticulture/FFA Watts I-10
Club Focus: FFA (Formerly Future Farmers of America) makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Horticulture Club/ FFA students participate in recreation and service projects with funds earned from the spring plant sale. Students are also encouraged to join the National FFA to participate in career development events and leadership camp.
Invisible Children Street B-3
Club Focus: To raise awareness and funds for the rescuers of the Child Soldiers of Uganda. See the website www.invisiblechildren.com for further information.
Japanese Nelson D-1
Club Focus: This club is for anyone who wants to expand the knowledge of the Japanese culture in a fun atmosphere.
Key Club Kenyon A-3
Club Focus: Key club is a service organization which is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. Their objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability and good citizenship practices.
Knowledge Bowl Johnston B-10
Club Focus: Knowledge Bowl is an interdisciplinary academic competition involving teams of four to six students trying to answer questions in a written round and several oral rounds. Students compete against other schools in our league, possibly competing in regionals and state.
Music Shine B-2
Club Focus: A place for students to share their appreciation for various types of music.
Pacific Islanders Club Muhich I-3
For anyone interested in traditional dance and learning about Island culture.
P.E.A.C.E. Vandiver A-4
Club Focus: People Encouraging Awareness & Cultivation Equality developed a group that would spread awareness on social and economic issues occurring in the world today. This club raises money for organizations who help with natural disasters.
Photography LeDuc F-1
Club Focus: To appreciate photography and learn more about through fun activities concerning the art of photography.
Red Cross DeBruyne A-8
Club Focus: Red Cross club works directly with the American Red Cross to plan and promote blood drives at Capital High School.
Robotics Wright I-2
The Olympia Robotics Federation is the most advanced high school robotics group in the OSD. More Information: ORF Web Page
Rotary Interact Deakins A-12
Club Focus: To increase awareness for teen homelessness and hunger in the area while proactively combating such issues in area middle schools.
Thespians Cummins Stage
Club Focus: Open to 11th and 12th grade students who must pledge this international theatre fraternity. See Drama teacher for details.