While University High School values academics and music, we also believe that all students benefit from their involvement in extra-curricular activities. University High School has a wealth of clubs and activities. The Associated Student Body,
a group of elected student officers, oversees most.
New Clubs - Students must:
- Find a faculty advisor and determine the meeting time and location.
- Form a mission statement and develop a budget.
- Submit a new club application package (application, mission statement, and budget) to ASB for consideration.
California Scholarship Federation
Membership is held during the semester following the one in which the qualifying grades were earned, and is for one semester only. In order to become a member, the student must submit an application each semester the student
is eligible. Grades earned in the second semester of the twelfth grade may count toward life (sealbearer) membership, as needed.
G.S.D. strives to create and inspire a community that challenges and works to end discrimination and oppression based on real and perceived differences in gender identity, gender expression, sex, and sexual orientation.
This club is committed to the safety and justice for all its members. It works to foster a positive campus climate with respect to gender, sexuality, and sexual culture.
We truly believe that EVERYONE is capable of making a difference in the world. Our goal is to provide leadership opportunities for our members, experiences in helping the community, and opportunities to help members grow
in the spirit of service. We believe service is not just a "one-time" event, but a lifestyle. As Club members, we strive to be leaders in our community to help those in need.
All kinds of students come together to "Living In the Father's Example", share stories of faith and hope, and provide a family-like environment for anyone. With colorful shitrs each year this club meets together weekly
to learn more about God, encourage each other to grow in their faith and have fun in the process.
Honor Commission is a group of peer elected individuals that meet bimonthly to create themes associated with the UHS Honor Code that will be disseminated to the student body. This group of students lead by example and help
the student body keep in line with being U.H.S. in their everyday lives. Issues regarding students abiding by the honor code are discussed and this group of students help to resolve the issues that occur.