Clubs at the Orange County School of the Arts are just one of the many ways our diverse student body can express their interests, and connect with peers who share them. With over 120 clubs ranging from community service to popular culture, OCSA students have the opportunity to join existing clubs, or start their own at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.

Join an Existing Club!

To join a club, attend Club Rush at the beginning of each semester. If you missed Club Rush, don't worry; you can check out all the clubs that OCSA offers below. Clubs are listed by meeting day and club type to make finding the perfect club easier!

Start a New Club

Don't see a club that matches your interests?  Start your own! 

  • All new clubs must begin at the start of either the fall or spring semester.  Clubs may not be formed mid-semester.
  • Stay tuned to Art Attack at the beginning of each semester for more details.

Club Leaders: Host a Booth at Taste of OCSA

Is your club hosting a booth at Taste of OCSA?  Make sure to follow these simple steps to make it a success!

To Do List:

  • Attend the mandatory club leader meeting to register your club for Taste of OCSA.
  • Decide what your club will sell. Remember to keep the prices reasonable.
  • Plan your booth!    
    • Optional: You can decorate your table in any way you see fit to advertise your club and/or your cause. It is heavily suggested that you create a sign that clearly displays your club name, as well as how many tickets each item at your booth will cost. 
    • Mandatory: Create a sign showing the ingredients used in your food items (an allergen list)
  • Drop off all your materials to room T108 before school on the morning of Taste of OCSA.  The leadership class will deliver it to your booth and have it waiting for you on 10th Street.
  • ONE club leader may leave class five minutes early to set up the club’s booth on 10th Street. 
  • Sell your goods.
  • Clean up your booth at 11:50 (when the DJ stops)
    • Throw away all trash on and around your table.
    • Wipe the table down.
    • Turn in your tickets to the Leadership students.
    • Take all your leftovers with you to your next block. You may not go to your car or store anything at the front desk. Taste of OCSA materials are not elevator passes, so please plan accordingly. 
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Clubs by Day

Monday

 

  • Baseball Learners (Every Blue Monday) T703
  • Black Box Studios Club (Every Monday) T400
  • Cooking for a Cause (Every Blue Monday) D220
  • Create A Smile Teens (Mondays Monthly) D216
  • Dance to Your Door (Mondays Monthly) A9A
  • Dear Warrior (Mondays Monthly) A8
  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (Every Monday) T303
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind Club (Mondays Monthly) SH
  • Hogwarts Club (Every Monday) T106
  • Holistic Health (Mondays Monthly) D222
  • Hugs for Hope (Mondays Monthly) T212
  • Improv With Love (Every Monday) D213
  • Latinx Club (Every Monday) SH
  • Make-a-wish Club (Every Blue Monday) D222
  • Model United Nations (Every Monday) D122
  • Muffins with Mormons (Every Gold Monday) T706
  • OCSA Napping Club (Every Monday) D220
  • Project Linus Club (Every Blue Monday) T205
  • Psychology and Neuroscience (Every Gold Monday) T500
  • Rock and Roll History (Every Gold Monday) D123
  • Service Through Film (Mondays Monthly) T401
  • Sunflower Chapter (Mondays Monthly) D121
  • Surfrider Foundation (Mondays Monthly) A5
  • The Songwriters (Every Monday) T501
  • True Crime Club (Every Monday) T405
  • Yu-Gi-Oh Club (Every Monday) T305/T200

Tuesday

  • Actors Support Group (Tuesdays Monthly) D121
  • ANTI ANIMAL CRUELTY (Tuesdays Monthly) T305/T200
  • Aviation Club (Every Tuesday) A19
  • Black Student Union (Every Tuesday) T601
  • CHOC Club (Tuesdays Monthly) A4
  • Christian Crew (Every Tuesday) T404
  • Disney Club (Every Tuesday) T106
  • E/I Club (Every Tuesday) T206
  • Fashion Club (Every Gold Tuesday) T110
  • French Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T205
  • Garden Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T605
  • Girls Who Code (Every Gold Tuesday) T307
  • Green Ribbon Club (Every Tuesday) T503
  • Homeless Youth Outreach (Tuesdays Monthly) T304
  • Jr. Thespians (Tuesdays Monthly) D222
  • Liberty in North Korea (Tuesdays Monthly) T212
  • Mariachi Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T204
  • National History Day (Every Tuesday) T501
  • OCSA KIWIN'S (Every Blue Tuesday) D122
  • OCSA Philosophy and World Religion (Every Tuesday) T300
  • Operation Menstruation (Every Gold Tuesday) T500
  • Project Mighty (Every Gold Tuesday) A3
  • Rise Up and Write (Every Blue Tuesday) SH
  • Speech and Debate Club (Every Tuesday) T401
  • Star Wars x wing miniatures (Every Tuesday) T401
  • Student Council (Every Blue Tuesday) D124
  • Studio Ghibli Club (Every Gold Tuesday) A6
  • Suns of a Beach (Every Blue Tuesday) A5
  • Taiwan Culture Club (Tuesdays Monthly) T212
  • Take a Hike (Tuesdays Monthly) T406
  • The Positivity Club (Tuesdays Monthly) A8
  • The Young Magicians Club (Every Tuesday) T212
  • Thespian Honors Society (Every Tuesday) D218
  • Tri-M Music Honor Society (Tuesdays Monthly) D102
  • Ukelele Club (Every Gold Tuesday) Symphony Hall Basement
  • Volunteers for Veterans (Tuesdays Monthly) T108
  • Young Life (Every Tuesday) D221

Wednesday

  • ASL Club (Every Wednesday) T106
  • AOTV (Analysis of Television) (Every Blue Wednesday) D121
  • Classic Car Club (Every Blue Wednesday) D121
  • Help Club (Every Wednesday) T206
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  • Helping Hands (Every Gold Wednesday) T212
  • High School Debate (Every Blue Wednesday) T500
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  • Key Club (Wednesdays Monthly) D222
  • Kpop Dance Club (Every Blue Wednesday) D118/D120
  • March for our Lives (Every Gold Wednesday) T500
  • OC Science (Wednesdays Monthly) A3
  • OCSA Be Better (Every Blue Wednesday) T501
  • OCSA eSports (Every Blue Wednesday) A9A
  • OCSA Helping Hands (Every Gold Wednesday) T212
  • OCSA Ranting Club (Every Wednesday) A8
  • OCSA VEX Robotics (Every Gold Wednesday) D122
  • Young Conservatives (Every Wednesday) T305/T200
  • Reading to Angels (Wednesdays Monthly) A2
  • Stocks Club (Every Wednesday) T405
  • Chess Club (Every Wednesday) T204
  • The Flashman Fan Club (Every Wednesday) T401
  • True Beauty (Every Blue Wednesday) T605

Thursday

  • Dungeons and Dragons Club (Every Thursday) A2
  • Anime Club (Every Thursday) A9A
  • Art for Relaxation Therapy (Thursdays Monthly) A22
  • Art to Heart (Every Blue Thursday) T212
  • Artful Pursuits (Every Gold Thursday) D220
  • Battle Bladers (Every Thursday) A7B
  • Beyond the Grave Paranormal Club (Every Thursday) Symphony Hall Basement
  • Big Band Dance Club (Thursdays Monthly) D118/120
  • Building Bridges (Every Gold Thursday) T301
  • Classic Hollywood Cinema (Every Blue Thursday) T307
  • Compost Club (Every Blue Thursday) D220
  • Conservation Club (Every Thursday) T204
  • Cookies and Christ (Every Thursday) T206
  • Dancers Against Cancer (Thursdays Monthly) A10
  • DnD Club (Every Gold Thursday) T108
  • Forensics Club (Every Thursday) A4
  • French Honors Society (Thursdays Monthly) T601
  • Girl Up (Every Gold Thursday) T407
  • Giving Bach (Thursdays Monthly) DMS 201
  • Jazzercise Club (Every Gold Thursday) T204
  • JSA (Every Thursday) T500
  • Kids for Compassion (Every Gold Thursday) T106
  • Mental Wellness Club (Every Gold Thursday) T106
  • National Chinese Honor Society (Thursdays Monthly) T212
  • OCSA Red Cross (Every Blue Thursday) D222
  • OCSA Supre (Every Gold Thursday) T400
  • PokeClub (Every Thursday) D124
  • Save the Bees (Every Blue Thursday) T300
  • Stage Combat Club (Every Thursday) D124
  • TedX (Every Blue Thursday) T406
  • The Connor Project (Every Blue Thursday) T606
  • The Die Rollers (Every Thursday) T306/T200
  • The Society of Kids Who Think They Are Funny... (Every Gold Thursday) T300
  • Tolkien Club (Every Thursday) A11
  • WE Club (Every Thursday) A14
  • Wellness Wishers: Mental Health (Every Thursday) T210
  • Yawp (Every Thursday) Symphony Hall Basement
  • Yoko Ono Club (Every Thursday) T305/T200
  • Yours Truly (Thursdays Monthly) D122
  • Youth Advocacy Association (Thursdays Monthly) Symphony Hall Basement

Friday

  • Make a Racquet Tennis Club (Every Friday) SAHS
  • American Cancer Society (Every Friday) D222
  • ASCE Civil Engineering Club (Every Gold Friday) A20
  • Business Behind Entertainment (Every Blue Tuesday) D121
  • Biology Olympiad (Every Friday) D222
  • Cartoon Club (Every Friday) A19
  • Chinese Club (Fridays Monthly) T212
  • Cosplay Club (Every Friday) D222
  • In Pursuit of Dispute (Every Friday) A2
  • Kung Fu Club (Every Blue Friday) D115
  • Pathfinders Adventure Club (Every Friday) V116
  • RC Boulder Club (Every Blue Friday) T503
  • Reef Remedy (Fridays Monthly) A9A
  • Smile Train (Fridays Monthly) D222
  • Sunrise Movement (Every Blue Friday) T307
  • The Popsicle Project (Every Blue Friday) A9B

Clubs by Type

Fandom

  • Anime Club (Every Thursday) A9A

    • We meet once a week and watch a new episode of a new anime

  • Baseball Learners (Every Blue Monday) T703

    • This club is for any student wishing to know more about the sport known as Baseball. Any student wishing to learn what Baseball is all about, this is the club to come to. The meetings would consist of one certain topic on baseball per meeting. And as a result, my hope is to be able to gather those who wish to, on a weekend, and put what they have learned to the test, by meeting at a park with a baseball field and play a fun game.

  • Battle Bladers (Every Thursday) A7B

    • The Battle Bladers club is a fandom-based club for the anime and toy collection Beyblade. We have a surplus of beyblades, so new members do not require owning one.

  • Cartoon Club (Every Friday) A19

    • Come watch cartoons new and old, everyone, welcome!

  • Classic Car Club (Every Blue Wednesday) D121

    • We are all passionate about classic automobiles and can’t get enough of them. We want to meet to talk about them more this semester.

  • Cosplay Club (Every Friday) D222

    • To educate members on the techniques behind cosplay making.

  • D&D (Every Wednesday) T210

    • D&D 5e with friends.

  • Disney Club (Every Tuesday) T106

    • The Disney club is a club in which ultimate Disney fans come together to discuss and plan various activities related to Disney. The club's objective is to increase the understanding and appreciation of Disney's legacy and their guest achievement for a magical experience.

  • DnD Club (Every Gold Thursday) T108

    • Interested in playing Dungeons and Dragons and learning how to create characters and campaigns? Then this club is for you! C'mon nerds, you know you want to.

  • Dungeons and Dragons Club (Every Thursday) A2

    • We play Dungeons and Dragons 5e, but also include a lot of crabs.

  • Hogwarts Club (Every Monday) T106

    • A place for Harry potter fans and wonderers alike to meet and talk about the magical world and feel like a part of it!

  • Kpop Dance Club (Every Blue Wednesday) D120

    • We are dedicated to learning about Korean culture through Kpop dance as well as promote a healthy lifestyle.

  • OCSA eSports (Every Blue Wednesday) A9A

  • Pathfinders Adventure Club (Every Friday) V116

    • Play the Pathfinders strategy game during lunch.

  • PokeClub (Every Thursday) D124

    • The goal of PokeClub is to provide a good environment and community for those who enjoy the Pokémon Franchise, as well as to inform/challenge our members with any Pokémon-related events that may occur in the club.

  • Star Wars X Wing Miniatures (Every Tuesday) T401

    • We play and discuss strategies for Star Wars x-wing miniatures.

  • Studio Ghibli Club (Every Gold Tuesday) A6

    • We watch studio ghibli movies and enjoy them together and have, it’s a place for fans of studio ghibli to enjoy their movies

  • The Die Rollers (Every Thursday) T306

    • Roll dice, make friends

  • The Flashman Fan Club (Every Wednesday) T401

    • Flashman has many fans, and I would love to bring all of his fans together with Flashman's love.

  • Tolkien Club (Every Thursday) A11

    • Our mission is to educate people in a creative and fascinating manner on the arts of J.R.R. Tolkien's world and literature.

  • Yoko Ono Club (Every Thursday) T305

    • I really love Yoko Ono. Yoko is beautiful. I want to bring people together with Yoko Ono's art.

  • Yu-Gi-Oh Club (Every Wednesday) T305/T200

    • My goal for the club is to assemble Yu-Gi-Oh fans at OCSA so that we can have a scheduled day to meet every week and have fun playing the game together.

Lifestyle & Pop Culture

  • AOTV (Every Blue Wednesday) D121

    • Participate in debates and discussions about the creative process behind your favorite TV shows!

  • BBTV (Every Friday) D121

    • Learn all about the Television Business every week! We cover awards shows, new TV, and all of the aspects of the business.

  • Beyond the Grave Paranormal Club (Every Thursday) Symphony Hall Basement

    • Beyond the Grave is a paranormal club dedicated to anything dealing with the unnatural and the unexplainable. Both of us have had experiences of our own, and know the basic ins-and-outs of hauntings. This club will help those who have had experiences of their own. We discuss protection, and explain and explore the paranormal. We aim to do some of our own investigations, go on ghost tours, and much more. Skeptics and believers alike are welcome!

  • Black Student Union (Every Tuesday) T601

    • The purpose of The Black Student Union is to bring students together and create a space where people can discuss Black issues, history, culture, and politics and to most importantly, provide a place at OCSA where everyone feels welcome and well supported.

  • Chinese Club (Fridays Monthly) T212

    • Chinese Club welcomes all students to enjoy Chinese culture through activities, songs, guest speakers, and food.

  • Cosplay Club (Every Friday) D222

    • To spread appreciation of the art behind cosplay and to support club members in creating their own costumes through weekly tutorials.

  • Disney Club (Every Tuesday) T106

    • The Disney club is a club in which ultimate Disney fans come together to discuss and plan various activities related to Disney. The club's objective is to increase the understanding and appreciation of Disney's legacy and their guest achievement for a magical experience.

  • Fashion Club (Every Gold Tuesday) T110

    • Our mission is to bring together a group of like minded people that are invested and passionate about the fashion industry.

  • French Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T208

    • Our mission, is to immerse students interested about the French culture with French discussions, games, music, and more in order to help them relate their the American, or their cultural traditions.

  • Garden Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T605

    • Our goal is to bring the OCSA Community back to our roots of growing our food!

  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (Every Monday) T303

    • GSA focuses on the diverse LGBTQ+ community at OCSA through education, empowerment, and engagement with history and current events. GSA also engages with OCSA by planning the yearly Pride Day.

  • Holistic Health (Mondays Monthly) D222

    • Our goal is to provide people with a space to learn and expand their knowledge of a holistically healthy lifestyle. Our club will cover eating healthy, staying active, and maintaining a positive mindset in all aspects of life. We plan to educate our club members in ways that will benefit themselves and the environment around them.

  • Latinx Club (Every Monday) SH

    • Latinx Club is dedicated to celebrating and spreading Latino culture along with educating others on the issues faced by the Latinx community.

  • Kpop Dance Club (Every Blue Wednesday) D120

    • We are dedicated to learning about Korean culture through Kpop dance as well as promote a healthy lifestyle.

  • Mariachi Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T204

    • Attempting to not only give Latinx students a place where music they may or may not have been raised with comforting, but we also want to spread the Mexican culture of Mariachi.

  • Mental Wellness Club (Every Gold Thursday) T106

    • Mental Wellness Club will provide OCSA students a safe and open space to discuss issues concerning mental wellness (health, illness, stigma, etc.).

  • OCSA Be Better Humans (Every Blue Wednesday) T501

    • To help students build coping skills that will help with their lives physically, mentally, emotionally, and environmentally in order to have them see the world from a positive point of view.

  • OCSA Napping Club (Every Monday) D220

    • Our club aims to provide a safe and official place for sleep and food for students’ relaxation and enjoyment. This will help students better concentrate on academics as well as arts while being able to relieve their stress.

  • RC Boulder Club (Every Blue Friday) T503

    • Spreading athletics through climbing for everyone and raising accessibility

  • Rise Up and Write (Every Blue Tuesday) SH

    • We are a club that encourages public speaking and writing. We provide connections in whatever field the member is interested in participating in whether is journalism, debate, law/politics, etc.

  • Rock and Roll History (Every Gold Monday) D123

    • To teach these young intellectuals about the greatest music of all time.

  • Save the Bees (Every Blue Thursday) T300

    • Our goal is to provide a fun, yet effective, way to support our local causes, such as performances to raise money and participate in charity work, and to educate our peers about the environment as well as various lifestyles that are eco-friendly.  

  • Taiwan Culture Club (Tuesdays Monthly) T212

    • We want to teach people about Taiwanese culture and generally

  • Take a Hike (Tuesdays Monthly) T406

    • We want to promote a healthy lifestyle and environmental awareness through monthly get togethers and hikes.

  • The Positivity Club (Tuesdays Monthly) A8

    • At the positivity club we look at how to be happy in stressful environments. We have fun activities to show others how to spread positivity through out our school and have guest speakers come and teach us how to keep our priorities here at ocsa while keeping a positive attitude. With smiles to share and lots of fun we are a great club to keep the creative and happy environment of OCSA alive!

  • The Society of Kids who Think They're Funny (Every Gold Thursday) T300

    • A place where students can learn about all different forms of comedy and just have a good laugh and a good time.

  • Songwriters Club (Every Monday) T501

    • We are OCSA's community of songwriters and music lovers

  • The Young Magicians Club (Every Tuesday) T212

    • This is our third year! We learn how to perform magic, the methods, presentation skills. We will monthly have guest magicians stop by to lecture, and teach. This is a great club for "wanna be magicians" as well as people who just have an interest to pursue it as a hobby/job.

  • True Crime Club (Every Monday) T406

    • To discuss true crime stories and learn about profiling techniques to solve mysteries.

  • Wellness Wishers: Mental Health Club (Every Gold Wednesday) D121

    • Our goal to start the Wellness Wishers: Mental Health club is to focus on aiding, spreading awareness, and ending the stigma of mental health issues, in order to increase wellness in our community and beyond. We noticed that mental health is a very prevalent issue, especially among teens like us at OCSA. Events such as community service, group discussions, and therapeutic art sessions will be provided for students to have fun and de-stress.

Arts

 

  • Actors Support Group (Thursdays Monthly) D121

    • The Actors Support Group is a club where actors from any conservatory can join together to collaborate, provide support, share advice, and promote a healthy and strong community of successful actors. Through the support group we will be able to easily reach out to other actors for help with auditions, provide assistance in memorizing monologues, form bonds between under and upperclassmen, and create a safe space for actors to ask questions with answers from fellow students. Students can engage with and learn from one another, and therefore feel more comfortable when auditioning, performing in a class, or to simply gain more confidence with the art of acting. Together we can support one another and our goals to embrace the art we love so much.

  • AOTV (Every Blue Wednesday) D121

    • Participate in debates and discussions about the creative process behind your favorite TV shows!

  • Art for Relaxation Therapy (Thursdays Monthly) A22

    • ART is an organization that I created to bring joy through ART. One way ART does this is through ART Packs that are filled with art supplies that are donated to local hospitals and shelters. Inside each ART Pack there is a handmade note of hope made by students in this club. It makes each ART Packs unique. To check out more about ART, please visit my website: www.avijayne.com

  • Artful Pursuits (Every Friday) D220

    • Our mission is to make the pursuit of performing arts accessible to children from low-income communities by removing the financial barrier through offering free lessons. Children who would not normally be able to receive instruction in the arts will have opportunities to learn. The club will also offer an excellent opportunity for OCSA students to hone their teaching skills.

  • Beyond the Grave Paranormal Club (Every Thursday) Symphony Hall Basement

    • Beyond the Grave is a paranormal club dedicated to anything dealing with the unnatural and the unexplainable. Both of us have had experiences of our own, and know the basic ins-and-outs of hauntings. This club will help those who have had experiences of their own. We discuss protection, and explain and explore the paranormal. We aim to do some of our own investigations, go on ghost tours, and much more. Skeptics and believers alike are welcome!

  • Big Band Dance Club (Every Thursday) D118/120

    • Our purpose is to create a fun and safe environment in which students can choreograph, rehearse, or even learn how to dance. It is an open room available to anyone who needs it and we are available to give advice or help in the creative process of their dance.

  • Black Box Studios Club (Every Monday) T400
    • Black Box Studios club consist of a group of people who enjoy working together on writing, editing, and illustrating comic books. We may in the future acquire voice actors if we ever decide to dub said comics. 
  • Classic Hollywood Cinema (Every Blue Thursday) T307
    • To cultivate an appreciation for classic Hollywood movies! :)
  • Cosplay Club (Every Friday) D222
    • To spread appreciation of the art behind cosplay and to support club members in creating their own costumes through weekly tutorials. 
  • Dance to Your Door (Mondays Monthly) A9A 
    • Through Dance to Your Door, we strive to share our love and passion for dance with the elderly who are immobile so that they may forget about their worries or sadness and have a little of enjoyment.
  • Dancers Against Cancer (Thursdays Monthly) A10
    • Create awareness for the Dancers Against Cancer organization by having informational and collaborative meetings and well as help set up fundraisers that will directly benefit the organization.
  • Disney Club (Every Tuesday) T106
    • The Disney club is a club in which ultimate Disney fans come together to discuss and plan various activities related to Disney. The club's objective is to increase the understanding and appreciation of Disney's legacy and their guest achievement for a magical experience.
  • Fashion Club (Tuesdays Monthly) D220
    • Fashion Club provides all OCSA students with a safe space to be creative when it comes to personal style, fashion, and aesthetics. It is a club geared towards forming a community of artists who enjoy creating pieces, modeling, and appreciate style and the fashion world overall. This year, Fashion Club will be adding seasonal look books as well as monthly activities such as decorating/ creating your own item of clothing/accessory, or making your own tote bag; all year we will work on how to make our annual fashion show at the end of the year a success. We promise to make Fashion Club fun and exciting, and hope to create more and more amazing opportunities for young artists.  
  • Giving Bach OCSA (Thursdays Monthly) D201
    • The goal of the club is to give back to society through bringing music to those who are less fortunate and are unable to have that opportunity.
  • Improv with Love (Every Monday) D213
    • Every week, students gather to practice different improvisational acting exercises. The club also raises money for CHOC Hospital at the OCSA club events.
  • Kung Fu Club (Every Blue Friday) D115
    • The Kung Fu Club strives to teach members about self defense, Chinese culture, and respect.
  • Mariachi Club (Every Blue Tuesday) T204
    • A club to teach and learn about mariachi with Mexican candy, mariachi videos, and simply a place to sing this style of music and hang out.
  • Rise Up and Write (Every Blue Tuesday) SH

    • We are a club that encourages public speaking and writing. We provide connections in whatever field the member is interested in participating in whether is journalism, debate, law/politics, etc.

  • Save the Bees (Every Blue Thursday) T300

    • Our goal is to provide a fun, yet effective, way to support our local causes, such as performances to raise money and participate in charity work, and to educate our peers about the environment as well as various lifestyles that are eco-friendly.  

  • OCSA Suicide Prevention Club (Every Gold Thursday) T400
    • OCSA Suicide Prevention club will not only be dedicated to spread awareness on campus but to empower individuals and communities through leadership, education, as well as awareness. Also the OCSA Suicide Prevention Club will collaborate and partner with support networks across the world to reduce stigma and help save lives.
  • The Die Rollers (Every Thursday) T306

    • Roll dice, make friends

  • The Society of Kids who Think They're Funny (Every Gold Thursday) T300

    • A place where students can learn about all different forms of comedy and just have a good laugh and a good time.

  • Songwriters Club (Every Monday) T501

    • We are OCSA's community of songwriters and music lovers

  • The Young Magicians Club (Every Tuesday) T212
    • This is our third year! We learn how to perform magic, the methods, presentation skills. We will monthly have guest magicians stop by to lecture, and teach. This is a great club for "wanna be magicians" as well as people who just have an interest to pursue it as a hobby/job.
  • Thespian Honors Society (Every Tuesday) D218
    • Thespian Honor Society unites all lovers of theatre - both on and offstage - and gives students the opportunity to practice their passions in a professional manner whilst supported by a loving community.
  • Tri-M Music Honor Society (Tuesdays Monthly) D102

    • The OCSA chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society is a community service-based honors society that seeks to provide academically and musically talented students a means of using their talent to give back to the local community. Our goal is to serve local music programs, inspire music participation, and to positively impact the community by providing opportunities for musicians to give their time to their neighborhoods and the local community by using their musical experience to benefit others though music- and performance-based service events. As an honors society, members are required to attend all monthly meetings and perform at least 20 hours of music-related community service a year, 15 of which must come from society-provided events.

  • Ukelele Club (Every Gold Tuesday) Symphony Hall Basement
    • The ukulele club is a place for all ukulele players (beginning and advance) to come together and jam and learn from each other.
  • Wellness Wishers: Mental Health Club (Every Gold Wednesday) D121
    • Our goal to start the Wellness Wishers: Mental Health club is to focus on aiding, spreading awareness, and ending the stigma of mental health issues, in order to increase wellness in our community and beyond. We noticed that mental health is a very prevalent issue, especially among teens like us at OCSA. Events such as community service, group discussions, and therapeutic art sessions will be provided for students to have fun and de-stress.
  • Yawp (Every Thursday) Symphony Hall Basement 
    • To provide a space for writers to share their work and receive feedback in order to grow.

Community Service

  • Anti Animal Cruelty (Tuesdays Monthly) T305/T200

    • The club consists of regular, down-to-earth people who love animals, care about the world around them and want to make a difference with their lives

  • "Make A Racquet" - OCSA Tennis Club (Every Friday) SAHS

    • To increase appreciation for sportsmanship and Teamwork. Use tennis techniques and strategies for real life situations that require quick thinking, fast reflects and strategic planning. To demonstrate to OCSA and the Orange County community that we are leaders in academics, artistic abilities and Teamwork. OCSA Team Tennis won FIRST place in the USTA Orange County mixed division last spring (2018) semester! Come join us to have a great time and help break down misconceptions about OCSA!

  • Art for Relaxation Therapy (Thursdays Monthly) A22

    • ART is an organization that I created to bring joy through ART. One way ART does this is through ART Packs that are filled with art supplies that are donated to local hospitals and shelters. Inside each ART Pack there is a handmade note of hope made by students in this club. It makes each ART Packs unique. To check out more about ART, please visit my website: www.avijayne.co

  • Art to Heart (Every Blue Tuesday) T212

    • Art To Heart is a club that allows students at OCSA to demonstrate our skills as well as use it for good use, as we will organize art projects of all different types that will be given to children in need of more happiness.

  • Artful Pursuits (Every Friday) D220

    • Our mission is to make the pursuit of performing arts accessible to children from low-income communities by removing the financial barrier through offering free lessons. Children who would not normally be able to receive instruction in the arts will have opportunities to learn. The club will also offer an excellent opportunity for OCSA students to hone their teaching skills.

  • CHOC Club (Tuesdays Monthly) A4

    • To provide its members with the opportunity to give back to their local CHOC Children’s Hospital through volunteerism and fundraising.

  • Compost Club (Every Blue Thursday) D220

    • Our goal is to create compost bins at OCSA and engage and educate students with environmental science and what they can do to help the environment and create an eco-friendly campus.

  • Cooking for a Cause (Every Blue Monday) D220

    • Cooking for a Cause is a club welcome to anyone, whether you are interested in cooking or just getting volunteer hours! Members will volunteer at various soup kitchens or organizations such as the Ronald McDonald house to help those in need.

  • Create a Smile Teens (Mondays Monthly) D216

    • Our goal is to develop a partnership with the Create A Smile organization to foster teen involvement in comforting pediatric cancer patients and their families. We plan to educate members on the daily lives of cancer victims and provide support to those suffering through both Create A Smile and student run events. Participation in the club will cultivate compassion, commitment, and reliability in its members by connecting with the Create A Smile families.

  • Dance to Your Door (Mondays Monthly) A9A

    • Through Dance to Your Door, we strive to share our love and passion for dance with the elderly who are immobile so that they may forget about their worries or sadness and have a little of enjoyment.

  • Dancers Against Cancer (Thursdays Monthly) A10

    • Create awareness for the Dancers Against Cancer organization by having informational and collaborative meetings and well as help set up fundraisers that will directly benefit the organization.

  • Dear, Warrior. (Mondays Monthly) A8

    • In this club we want to raise awareness for childhood cancer. The harsh reality of this disease is something that many do not know and we want to educate as many people as we can. We will plan and throw fundraisers with the people who join. The money will be donated to child cancer wards or hospitals like St. Jude’s. In addition, we will write cards and made goody bags for the kids who are affected by this disease. We are so passionate about this cause and it means so much to us; with the opportunity to spread awareness, we hope to encourage and inspire a big group of people to spread their knowledge. That way we can come one step closer to having a generation that is aware and will take action to cure and raise money for this heartbreaking cause.

  • French Club (Every Blue Wednesday) T205

    • Our mission, is to immerse students interested about the French culture with French discussions, games, music, and more in order to help them relate their the American, or their cultural traditions.  

  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (Every Monday) T303

    • GSA focuses on the diverse LGBTQ+ community at OCSA through education, empowerment, and engagement with history and current events. GSA also engages with OCSA by planning the yearly Pride Day.

  • Girls Who Code (Every Blue Tuesday) T307

    • Girls Who Code (GWC) is a national organization that aims to close the gender gap in technology. GWC works to empower girls of all backgrounds (but all genders are welcome!) by giving them the opportunity to learn computer science. Members will utilize their skills learned throughout the year to create their own Impact Project, a project (usually a website) that challenges real world issues. GWC also provides a safe and supportive environment for members. :)

  • Giving Bach (Thursdays Monthly) D201

    • Using our talents to give back to society through music education to those who don’t have much access to music.

  • Green Ribbon Club (Every Tuesday) T503

    • Our club's mission is to inform the community about mental health as well as to de-stigmatize it.

  • Guide Dogs for the Blind Club (Mondays Monthly) SH

    • To educate the student body about the blind community.

  • Help Club (Every Thursday) T206

    • Help Club™ is the club that changes the world. We help whoever we can, whenever we can.

  • Helping Hands (Every Gold Wednesday) T212

    • Our mission is to give back to those who are not as fortunate as us, by doing our part in helping the community. By joining this club, you will have the opportunity to take part in a variety of community service projects to lend a hand to people who are in need.

  • Homeless Youth Outreach (Tuesdays Monthly) T304

    • To create awareness and support for the young homeless community.

  • Hugs for Hope (Wednesdays Monthly) T212

    • Our goal is to help kids in need with threatening diseases by fundraising and making/sending cards, bracelets, and necklaces. We want to brighten their days and fill their hearts with hope. This is a subject we are both very passionate about. We also want to donate money to cancer research and help make the world a better place.

  • Improv with Love (Every Monday) D213

    • Every week, students gather to practice different improvisational acting exercises. The club also raises money for CHOC Hospital at the OCSA club events.

  • Key Club (Wednesdays Monthly) D222

    • Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.

  • Kids for Compassion (Every Gold Thursday) T106

    • We fundraise to help bring children out of poverty, and strive to bring awareness to global problems children are facing around the world.

  • Make-a-Wish Club (Every Thursday) D222

    • The mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. The children we serve are fighting for their lives, and their families are doing everything that they can to help them in their battles. We believe that these children and their families deserve the chance to enjoy once-in-a-lifetime experiences that relieve them of the immense stress that accompanies the treatment of a life-threatening medical condition, and produce positive, hopeful mindsets that outlast the illness. The Make-A-Wish Foundation’s wish-granting activities accomplish this by augmenting traditional medicine, impacting each child’s emotional state and the family unit – the child’s primary support structure. By granting the child’s one heartfelt wish, and involving the entire immediate family in the process, we re-empower the child to fight his/her illness and energize the family – and the community – to support the child.

  • Muffins with Mormons (Every Gold Monday) T706

    • Promoting faith through food, finding ways to serve others, answering questions, eating muffins :)

  • OC Science (Wednesdays Monthly) A3

    • We aim to spread the love of STEAM within and outside of OCSA.

  • OCSA Helping Hands (Every Gold Wednesday) T212

    • Our mission is to give back to those who are not as fortunate as us, by doing our part in helping the community. By joining this club, you will have the opportunity to take part in a variety of community service projects to lend a hand to people who are in need.

  • OCSA KIWIN'S (Every Blue Tuesday) D122

    • OCSA KIWIN’S is a non-profit, student run club dedicated to volunteering in the community and raising money for organizations like the Pediatric Trauma Program and Live 2 Learn

  • OCSA Red Cross (Every Blue Thursday) D222

    • An Red Cross chapter at OCSA dedicate to support and provide assistance to those in the OC region and beyond Mission statement from Red Cross: "the Red Cross, born of a desire to bring assistance without discrimination to the wounded on the battlefield, endeavors—in its international and national capacity—to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found."

  • OCSA Suicide Prevention Club (Every Gold Thursday) T400

    • OCSA Suicide Prevention club will not only be dedicated to spread awareness on campus but to empower individuals and communities through leadership, education, as well as awareness. Also the OCSA Suicide Prevention Club will collaborate and partner with support networks across the world to reduce stigma and help save lives.

  • Operation Menstruation (Every Gold Tuesday) T500

    • Our mission is to provide necessary sanitary supplies to the OCSA community and the surrounding area of Santa Ana in an effort to insure that all women, regardless of socio-economic status, have access to necessary hygiene .

  • Project Linus Club (Every Blue Monday) T205

    • Project Linus Club aims to provide students with the opportunity to make a difference and a way to be more involved in the community. As members hand-make blankets, they learn how a small act can make such a large impact on a child in need.

  • Project Mighty (Every Gold Tuesday) A3

    • We strive to raise awareness, raise funds, and raise spirits for people in our community including but not limited to people with disabilities and special needs.

  • Reading to Angels (Tuesdays Monthly) A2

    • Reading to Angels helps to bring hope to underprivileged children by donating books to them and their families who otherwise could not afford them.

  • Reef Remedy (Fridays Monthly) A9A

    • Our club's mission is to fight against global warming and work to save the coral reefs of our world. Coral reef bleaching is quickly becoming more and more relevant in our world - and this is a huge problem. Many animal and plant species are affected by global warming and coral reef bleaching, and we want to help preserve our natural world and improve the environment's current state. We will participate in beach cleanups, fundraise for organizations dedicated towards saving coral reefs, etc. This is a topic we both are very passionate about. We feel that it isn't a subject talked about often, and we want to bring light towards this alarming crisis.

  • Rise Up and Write (Every Blue Tuesday) SH

    • We are a club that encourages public speaking and writing. We provide connections in whatever field the member is interested in participating in whether is journalism, debate, law/politics, etc.

  • Save the Bees (Every Blue Thursday) T300

    • Our goal is to provide a fun, yet effective, way to support our local causes, such as performances to raise money and participate in charity work, and to educate our peers about the environment as well as various lifestyles that are eco-friendly.

  • Service Through Film (Mondays Monthly) T401

    • We make commercials and documentaries for local nonprofit organizations.

  • Smile Train (Fridays Monthly) D222

    • We will raise funds to donate to Smile Train International, an organization that provides surgeries for children with cleft lip and palate in underdeveloped countries.

  • Sunflower Chapter (Mondays Monthly) D121

    • Through this club we want to raise money to donate to a non-profit organization based in Thailand, called Friends of Thai Daughters, to help provide shelter and education for young girls at risk of sex trafficking.

  • Surfrider Foundation (Mondays Monthly) A5

    • The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network, involving beach cleanups and events.

  • Taiwan Culture Club (Tuesdays Monthly) T212

    • We want to teach people about Taiwanese culture and generally

  • Take a Hike (Tuesdays Monthly) T406

    • We want to promote a healthy lifestyle and environmental awareness through monthly get togethers and hikes.

  • The Connor Project (Every Blue Thursday) T606

    • To show that everyone has a voice and deserves a chance to be recognized and not just fade away.

  • The Popsicle Project (Every Blue Friday) T207

    • The Popsicle Project is a Random Act of Kindness club, creating in memory of Mikayla Caradonna, a 14-year old victim of suicide in Orange County. Our mission is to spread happiness through kind acts towards our friends and fellow community members.

  • The Positivity Club (Tuesdays Monthly) A8

    • At the positivity club we look at how to be happy in stressful environments. We have fun activities to show others how to spread positivity through out our school and have guest speakers come and teach us how to keep our priorities here at ocsa while keeping a positive attitude. With smiles to share and lots of fun we are a great club to keep the creative and happy environment of OCSA alive!

  • The Young Magicians Club (Every Tuesday) T212

    • This is our third year! We learn how to perform magic, the methods, presentation skills. We will monthly have guest magicians stop by to lecture, and teach. This is a great club for "wanna be magicians" as well as people who just have an interest to pursue it as a hobby/job.

  • Tri-M Music Honor Society (Tuesdays Monthly) D102

    • The OCSA chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society is a community service-based honors society that seeks to provide academically and musically talented students a means of using their talent to give back to the local community. Our goal is to serve local music programs, inspire music participation, and to positively impact the community by providing opportunities for musicians to give their time to their neighborhoods and the local community by using their musical experience to benefit others though music- and performance-based service events. As an honors society, members are required to attend all monthly meetings and perform at least 20 hours of music-related community service a year, 15 of which must come from society-provided events.

  • Volunteers for Veterans (Tuesdays Monthly) T108

    • Raise awareness of the hardships our veterans struggle with and how we can help them. We plan on helping our veterans and active military through activities such as: creating care packages, writing letters, and visiting a veteran hospital.

  • WE Club (Every Thursday) A14

    • To volunteer within our own community, our school and on a global international level. The WE organization will be partnering with our club to make "Doing, Doable"

  • Wellness Wishers: Mental Health Club (Every Gold Wednesday) D121

    • Our goal to start the Wellness Wishers: Mental Health club is to focus on aiding, spreading awareness, and ending the stigma of mental health issues, in order to increase wellness in our community and beyond. We noticed that mental health is a very prevalent issue, especially among teens like us at OCSA. Events such as community service, group discussions, and therapeutic art sessions will be provided for students to have fun and de-stress.

  • Young Life (Every Tuesday) D221

    • Young Life is an organization based on teenagers being teenagers - we play crazy games, connect with people you wouldn’t have, and learn about life from a different perspective. Young Life - “You were made for this.” Younglife.org

  • Yours Truly (Thursdays Monthly) D122

    • Students will create art for children from special education schools in a pen pal program, in hopes of creating lasting friendships.

  • Youth Advocacy Association (Thursdays Monthly) Symphony Hall Basement

    • YAA wants to inform students and members on important political and social issues which affect young people as well as the rest of the world. By fostering this political awareness, we hope to be the bridge that allows these students to be more passionate and involved in expressing their thoughts and beliefs.

Politics & Civic Engagement

  • Black Student Union (Every Tuesday) T601

    • The purpose of The Black Student Union is to bring students together and create a space where people can discuss Black issues, history, culture, and politics and to most importantly, provide a place at OCSA where everyone feels welcome and well supported.

  • Building Bridges (Every Gold Thursday) T301

    • Promoting equality amongst minorities and acknowledging the prejudices inherent in society in order to stimulate positive change.

  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (Every Monday) T303

    • GSA focuses on the diverse LGBTQ+ community at OCSA through education, empowerment, and engagement with history and current events. GSA also engages with OCSA by planning the yearly Pride Day.

  • Girls Who Code (Every Gold Tuesday) T307

    • Girls Who Code is an organization that aims to close the gender gap in technology; only a small percentage of women pursue careers in technology. Girls Who Code offers training in computer science, opportunities, and support for girls.  

  • High School Deate (Every Blue Wednesday) T500

    • High School debate club organizes students to gain skills in critical thinking, advanced argumentation, research, and persuasive speaking by participating in the High School Public Debate Program (HSPDP) format and debating a range of compelling topics. Students have the opportunity to join and compete in the Southern California debate league.

  • Homeless Youth Outreach (Tuesdays Monthly) T304

    • To create awareness and support for the young homeless community.

  • In Pursuit of Dispute (Every Friday) A2

    • We want to provide a space for students to get comfortable with public speaking and debating. Our debates will be light and fun topics (like what's the best Disney princess, color, Broadway show, etc.) to make sure students feel safe. Students can practice speaking about what they know in front of their piers.

  • JSA (Every Thursday) T500

    • We strive to strengthen American democracy by educating and preparing high school students for lifelong involvement and responsible leadership in a democratic society.

  • Latinx (Thursdays Monthly) T204

    • Our goal is to provide fun and safe environment for all students to learn and express themselves through the Latino culture.

  • Liberty in North Korea (Tuesdays Monthly) T212

    • Awareness and donation.

  • March For Our Lives (Wednesdays Monthly) D124

    • Empower the youth of Santa Ana to become active members in their community fighting to stop gun violence and take action. March For Our Lives Santa Ana is not singled out to any political affiliation rather those who wish to see morally-just politicians lead our future. Every life is valuable and a change is necessary to see a stop to innocent lives being loss due to gun violence.

  • Model United Nations (Every Monday) D122

    • An academic activity in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations through discussion and debate.

  • National History Day (Every Tuesday) T501

    • National History Day is a great project for students interested in history. Through research and various types of projects, students will learn more compared to others and have fun.

  • OCSA Be Better Humans (Every Blue Wednesday) T501

    • To help students build coping skills that will help with their lives physically, mentally, emotionally, and environmentally in order to have them see the world from a positive point of view.

  • OCSA Ranting Club (Every Wednesday) A8

    • Students like to complain and get off what's on their mind in a good conversation. This is why a ranting club is beneficial to the students mental health and let them be stress free because they already said what they wanted to complain about instead of having to hold it in and not say anything.

  • OCSA Young Conservatives (Every Wednesday) T305

    • Engage in political discourse, concerning about ideals that are not commonly held at OCSA

  • Rise Up and Write (Every Blue Tuesday) SH

    • We are a club that encourages public speaking and writing. We provide connections in whatever field the member is interested in participating in whether is journalism, debate, law/politics, etc.

  • Sunrise Movement (Every Blue Friday) T307

    • Sunrise is a national movement dedicated to making sure we curb the effects of climate change in the future. We will focus on intersectional environmental justice, volunteering in the community, and political action.

  • True Beauty (Every Blue Wednesday) T605

  • True Crime Club (Every Monday) T406

    • To discuss true crime stories and learn about profiling techniques to solve mysteries.

  • Youth Advocacy Association (Thursdays Monthly) Symphony Hall Basement

    • YAA wants to inform students and members on important political and social issues which affect young people as well as the rest of the world. By fostering this political awareness, we hope to be the bridge that allows these students to be more passionate and involved in expressing their thoughts and beliefs.

Faith-Based

 

  • Cookies and Christ (Every Thursday) T206

    • Working together to grow in our unique faiths and create stronger roots in our relationships with God. Developing our faith through fellowship, discussion, fun, and of course, cookies!

  • Muffins with Mormons (Every Gold Monday) T706
    • Promoting faith through food, finding ways to serve others, answering questions, eating muffins :)
  • The Popsicle Project (Every Blue Friday) T207

    • The Popsicle Project is a Random Act of Kindness club, creating in memory of Mikayla Caradonna, a 14-year old victim of suicide in Orange County. Our mission is to spread happiness through kind acts towards our friends and fellow community members.

  • Young Life (Every Thursday) D221
    • Young Life is an organization based on teenagers being teenagers - we play crazy games, connect with people you wouldn’t have, and learn about life from a different perspective. Young Life - “You were made for this.” Younglife.org

Academics & Honor Societies

 

  • ASCE Civil Engineering Club (Every Gold Friday) A20

    • The Civil Engineering Club is a place for students to meet engineer mentors and explore civil engineering through activities and lessons (like creating models of structures). https://www.asce.org/civil_engineering_club/

  • ASL Club (Every Wednesday) T106

    • We want to teach people the basics of ASL through a lunch club. People can come learn basic conversational signs that can be useful if they meet a deaf person or want to continue learning the language. We also teach aspects of deaf culture and raise awareness about the deaf community.

  • Aviation Club (Every Wednesday) A19

    • We want to provide an education in aviation that is informational, fun, and enduring for our members.

  • Biology Olympiad (Every Friday) D222

    • Biology Olympiad provides opportunities for students to participate in biology competitions for high school students. In bringing together gifted students, Biology Olympiad challenges, stimulates students to expand their talents, and to promote science as a career. The objectives of this club are to: stimulate active interest in biological studies, promote networking and understanding between biology students, and promote and exchange ideas about biology education.

  • E/I Club (Every Wednesday) T206
    • Learning how to invest and start companies. Possibly joining competitions and donating to organizations. Possibly associated with real money.
  • Forensics Club (Every Thursday) A4
    • To foster and grow an interest in Forensic Science. We strive to teach those interested about what it takes and what's involved in solving a crime using forensic evidence.
  • French Honors Society (Thursdays Monthly) T601
    • FHS provides an opportunity to recognize outstanding scholarship in the study of French language through selection for membership, the placement of a special seal on the graduate's diploma, the wearing of a tri-colored cord at graduation, and the right to wear the official emblem/pin of the honor society. Second, the chapter provides a vehicle for focusing activities around French language and literature and encouraging members to continue scholarship and within the Francophone community. Thirdly, it seeks to continue to support the Francophone world through service to and with Francophone partners.
  • Girls Who Code (Every Gold Tuesday) T307
    • Girls Who Code is an organization that aims to close the gender gap in technology; only a small percentage of women pursue careers in technology. Girls Who Code offers training in computer science, opportunities, and support for girls.  
  • National History Day (Every Tuesday) T501
    • National History Day is a great project for students interested in history. Through research and various types of projects, students will learn more compared to others and have fun.  
  • OC Science (Wednesdays Monthly) A3
    • OC Science strives to spread the love of STEAM through service and outreach.
  • OCSA Philosophy and World Religion (Every Tuesday) T300
    • OCSA Philosophy and World Religion aims to foster awareness and education of world faiths and philosophy here at the OCSA campus. We engage in community service events at religious centers, engage in Socratic seminars, and participate in state-national level Ethics Bowl competitions.
  • OCSA VEX Robotics (Every Gold Wednesday) D122
    • OCSA VEX Robotics provides members with an overview of the VEX Robotics program through STEM with a hands-on learning experience.
  • Psychology and Neuroscience (Every Gold Monday) T500
    • Psychology & neuroscience club is for anyone interested in the field of study and other related topics such as biomedicine, sociology and criminology. This club is meant to help psychology enthusiasts meet like-minded people and discuss progresses in the scientific community.
  • Reading to Angels (Tuesdays Monthly) A2

    • Reading to Angels helps to bring hope to underprivileged children by donating books to them and their families who otherwise could not afford them.

  • Speech and Debate Club (Every Thursday) T401
    • We want to increase speech skills and introduce aspects of debate to fellow students at OCSA in accordance to standards set by the National Speech and Debate Organization. We will be focusing on interpretation and platform events.
  • Stock and Investment Club (Every Tuesday) T405
    • The goal is to learn the basics of the stock market dynamics and investing for the long term.
  • Student Council (Every Blue Tuesday) D124
    • We seek to unite OCSA’s student body and create closer knit grades through the creation of unique events.
  • Tri-M Music Honor Society (Tuesdays Monthly) D102
    • The OCSA chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society is a community service-based honors society that seeks to provide academically and musically talented students a means of using their talent to give back to the local community. Our goal is to serve local music programs, inspire music participation, and to positively impact the community by providing opportunities for musicians to give their time to their neighborhoods and the local community by using their musical experience to benefit others though music- and performance-based service events. As an honors society, members are required to attend all monthly meetings and perform at least 20 hours of music-related community service a year, 15 of which must come from society-provided events.

Dominic Roth (CW, '17)

"OCSA's clubs offer a massive array of experiences for people of all walks of life; whether it's Pokemon Go or traditional Irish dance, there's something for everyone."

Sabrina Cohen (CCD, '18)

"Clubs allow me to share my passions with others as well as obtaining opportunities to help out our community."

Jarod Smith (CMD, '21)

"I love how I get to meet people from different conservatories and I get to make friends with them."