Clubs at Hilhi
Club Advisor E-Mail/Contact Info Meeting Time Location Renewal
M.E.Ch.A. – Movimiento Estudiantial Chicano de Aztlan, a student group that strives for higher education, cultural values and to strengthen identity and gain consciousness of issues faced in the community.
Stacy Roberts email@example.com TBA LA8 Yes
Equestrian Team – Students compete on horseback in various individual and team events. Students can earn a varsity letter. You do not have to own a horse to be on the team!
Corinne Morris firstname.lastname@example.org 503-803-3229 TBA TBA Yes
National Honor Society – an organization for high achieving students with a passion for service! Must have a 3.5 GPA or above to apply.
Key Club – a community service-oriented club designed to create leaders for the future. A family of involved teen s that help to better the world through service to the community.
Shannon McGraw email@example.com TBA Counseling Yes
Senior Senate – Open to all seniors who want to help make decisions for the senior class. This includes helping to plan Homecoming, Prom and senior class events
Brian Pendergrass firstname.lastname@example.org When needed Activities Yes
Junior Senate – Open to all juniors who want to help make decisions for the junior class. This includes helping to plan Holiday Week and choosing a Prom site.
Jennifer Mendez Jenniferdmendez98@gmail.com When needed Activities Yes
Sophomore Senate – Open to all sophomores who want to help make decisions for the sophomore class. This includes helping to plan Valentine’s Week and fundraising.
Dakota Spencer Dspence2@pdx.edu When needed MS Yes
Freshman Senate – Open to all freshmen who want to help make decisions for the freshman class. This includes helping with and learning to plan for future all- school events.
Faith Valdez Faithkea.email@example.com When needed CK1 Yes
Student Equity Team – A group of students passionate about building Unity and appreciation at Hilhi.
John Matsuo firstname.lastname@example.org TBA Activities Yes
Asian Club – An inviting place where you can learn about Japanese culture, anime, meet new people, and have fun!
James Neville email@example.com SS1 Yes
H3 Dance – A club for students interested in hip hop dancing and performing.
firstname.lastname@example.org Mon. & Thur. Cafeteria Choir – Choir is both an activity and a class. It counts towards an arts credit, and is a great way to meet people and have fun. Learn to sing, read music, go on trips and sing for service. Ben Noyes email@example.com Depends on level Choir Room N/A Multicultural Soccer – A club sport that is open to all students interested in playing soccer. Hilhi has a boys team and a girls team that play against other high schools in the spring. Miguel Cholula-Hernendez firstname.lastname@example.org TBA – Spring Auto Club – A club for students interested in automotive technology. Glenn Campbell email@example.com Wed. after school 3:30 – 5pm TE11 Yes Link Crew – A leadership program that helps freshmen students get involved in school activities and events. Link Crew ‘bridges the gap’ in the transition between middle school and high school. Juniors and Seniors, by application only. Brian Pendergrass firstname.lastname@example.org As needed. Summer retreat training. LA7 Yes
Drama Club – A group of students passionate about drama who discuss and help plan events within the theater program at Hilhi.
Tori Lee Scoles email@example.com TBA Auditorium Yes
FFA – an extracurricular for students interested in agriculture related activities.
Meg Marchand firstname.lastname@example.org 2nd Monday every month at 6pm. TE14 Yes G.S.A. Gender & Sexuality Alliance – for students dedicated to promoting education, equity and fair treatment for ALL Hilhi students, focusing specifically on issues facing LGBT students.
Mondays @ 3:45 CK1 Yes Yearbook – for students on Yearbook staff or interested in helping with Yearbook. Andrea Brock email@example.com Yearbook class during the school day TE10 Geek Club – for students who love all things geeky! If you love Star Wars, comics, super heroes, cult classics and more, then this club is for you! Salina Blind firstname.lastname@example.org TBA (After school) SS Yes Rock Climbing Club – For students who love to rock climb, or would like to learn how to rock climb. Some fees apply Glenn Campbell email@example.com TBA TE11 Yes Chess Club – learn to play and compete in the challenging game of chess! Larry Dickinson firstname.lastname@example.org Intel TBD Yes 4H Tech Wizards – a club for students interested in technology Miguel Cholula-Hernendez email@example.com TE2 Yes Hilhi Aviation Club – learn about both the flying side and the mechanics side of aviation. Keith Wilson Keith.firstname.lastname@example.org TBA CK1 Yes Bowling Club – a team for kids who love bowling! Martha Browning
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Yes Robotics Club – Open to all students. Students design and build robots using Tetrix and Android platforms. Teams compete in FIRST FTC Robotics competitions. Terry Alexander email@example.com TBA TE2 Yes
OGPC – Game Development Club. Open to all studnets. Students design and build a computer game including audio, graphics, programming and other aspects. Teams compete in the Oregon Game Project Challenge competition.
Terry Alexander firstname.lastname@example.org TBA TE6 Yes
Minds Matter of Portland -transforms the lives of accomplished high school students from low-income families by broadening their dreams and preparing them for college success
Miguel Cholula-Hernendez email@example.com Yes – New Sparrow Club – Help a medically fragile child and their family by partnering with local businesses and providing community service Courtney Whitehouse firstname.lastname@example.org TBA CK1 Yes – New