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coming soon: Winter club Faire

December 4th, 2020

On this day, the Club Faire Site will be updated with over 20 new clubs that have been chartered since our first Club Faire!



Club Faire: A SITE to See!

Welcome to Santa Clara High School's first Virtual Club Fair! On this page, you will be able to browse through over 50 clubs that make up our Bruin Community. From fitness to academics, video gaming to culture, activism to service--there is truly a club for every student! You may browse clubs by interest:

Diversity Clubs

Community Service Clubs

Academic Clubs

Special Interest Clubs

If you are looking for a specific club or category, press (ctrl + F) for a search bar.

Diversity clubs

BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU) Classroom Code: ym4dpog

The Black Student Union was created as a space for the smaller black population of students at SCHS to feel a greater sense of community. Our goal as a club is to further diversify SCHS by bringing other our experience on campus as well as to share experiences as members of the black community. The BSU has further developed into a place for people to join a "familial group" that has lasting effects on their experience not only during high school, but long after. Join and have fun with us!


Chinese Student Association (CSA) aims to unite and inform SCHS students through embracing Chinese culture, tradition, and history. CSA holds monthly meetings with the goal of informing students of integral topics in Chinese culture as well as current issues affecting ethnically Chinese groups each meeting in an efficient and engaging manner. With such incredible diversity at SCHS, the Chinese Student Association hopes to foster a mindset of acceptance and appreciation in order to cherish and celebrate our differences.


The Filipinx-American Student Association serves to shine light on the Filipinx heritage by showcasing the intricacies of the culture in addition to providing members the history of Filipinx language, art, love, and hardship. This year, newly being changed from Filipino to Filipinx, we at Santa Clara aim to create space for and acknowledge genderqueer members as well. This family is a space for every student (Filipinx or not) to feel the pride of the culture, and navigate through high school with more appreciation, clarity, and acknowledgment for their cultural identity.

GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (GSA) Classroom Code: vylm7ai

The Gay-Straight Alliance is a safe space made for the LGBTQ students of SCHS to meet, converse, listen and learn about one another's experiences. Our goal is to make a place where students can come and feel safe in themselves and not worry about being judged for who they are. We watch videos, have educational presentations, play games, and more; anybody and everybody is welcome to join!



The aim for this club is to bring together Muslims on the SCHS campus, as well as welcoming non-Muslims to learn more about the religion of Islam, in order to create an interfaith platform. We will raise awareness about common issues in which Muslim Americans face, bringing in speakers from CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations)- hopefully allowing this club to be a safe space for all Muslims on the SCHS campus. Join MSA to learn more about Islam and bond with fellow Muslims!

PACIFIC ISLANDER CLUB (PIC) Classroom Code: rjg6gqj

Join P.I.C! Our club is new to SCHS and this is the first year it has been chartered. We want to shared the wonderful history and culture of the Pacific Islands with the SCHS community.

RAZA LATINA CLUB Classroom Code: glt4vpc

Hey Bruins, we’re Raza Latina! Our purpose in this club is to teach and inspire the students here at SCHS. We want to positively show our culture from the various Latin American countries because it adds diversity to our school. We have lots of fun events and activities coming up in the next few months, we hope you find interest in our club and decide to join!


community service clubs

AMERICAN RED CROSS Classroom Code: xfcdaog

Looking for a way to earn community service hours? Interested in pursuing a career in the medical field in the future? Join SCHS’s very own Red Cross club! We are a group of high schoolers that meet biweekly on Fridays to help our community and make a difference in our world. By becoming a member of our club, you will get exposure to our monthly guest speakers sessions, help organize a school supply drive for victims of CA wildfires, aid in hosting a blood drive, and get CPR certified! We hope you all join the Red Cross family! :)

BEARS TO SHARE Classroom Code: q5tgg63

Welcome to Bears to Share! Here's what we are all about: 🧸 Sew stuffed animals for children in hospitals 😷 Make masks for healthcare workers and people in need ⭐ Receive volunteer hours through distant learning ❤ Meet new friends & make an impact in your community Despite the pandemic, you can still pick up materials and create projects to get volunteer hours. We can't wait to work with more volunteers to create even more stuffed animals and masks. Let's make this the best year yet and make an even bigger impact on our community.

BEST BUDDIES Classroom Code: e2sjc6c

Best Buddies Club... lots of people!

Best Buddies' mission is for integration and inclusion of people with and without Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities through friendship. In this time of heightened social and emotional development that can be difficult even for teenagers without IDD, the Best Buddies friendship program helps break through social barriers at an important time in a young person’s life. Club meetings are bi-weekly on Fridays, join our google classroom for more information to come


Breast Cancer Awareness Club consists of hearing from guest speakers, making care packages, and hosting fundraisers. Those diagnosed with breast cancer are more vulnerable than ever right now. They need support, people to talk to, resources to turn to, and reassurance that someone is there for them. This club is about togetherness, and even though we aren’t face-to-face, we’ll continue fighting as a supportive community. Breast cancer patients don't stop because they're tired, and neither should we. So, I am asking you to join the movement and sign up to save lives. Together, we can work to free the world from breast cancer.

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS Classroom Code: wmxy2bp

Circle of Friends E-flyer

Circle of Friends in an exciting student-teacher collaborative initiative to help create an inclusive environment for those in special education within our school. As a member of the initiative, you would have the opportunity to get to know a diverse population of students at our school and help create a welcoming atmosphere for our students in special education. Join our club today through our Google Classroom!


Calling all feminists! Wait, you don’t know what feminism is? No problem! Girls Empowerment Project is a non-profit organization striving to inspire and uplift the young female minds of our generation. We meet to educate about feminism really is (definitely not aNti-mEn). We equip our members with the power to empower themselves and the people around them. Join us for self-empowerment tips, to develop an understanding of feminism, and to bring awareness to both women's history and the issues we face today. Not only that, but we offer multiple COMMUNITY SERVICE opportunities in female-related projects such as charities and women's shelters!

INTERACT CLUB Classroom Code: c4d6p5s

Interact is a service club, and we focus on giving back to the community and building bonds and leadership skills among all of our members. What makes Interact so unique? Every year our district has a community and international project! The community project focuses on community service and helping our community, while the international project focuses on fundraising for a global issue. But beyond service, this club is a way to create lifelong friendships and memories with fellow interactors. Here are the projects from last year, which were Build for Tomorrow: which was building a school in Nicaragua, and Recovery through Resilience: which involved helping our community overcome alcohol abuse.

KEY CLUB Classroom Code: bp64ckn

Key Club is a student-led organization that provides members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. We partner with charities like the Pediatric Trauma Program (PTP) and UNICEF to raise money and create lasting impacts on our community. In the past, we have hosted service events to support these causes, from having coin drives to making socks for PTP. Apart from these, Key Club holds large-scale conventions to raise money for our preferred charities, some of which will be held virtually this year. We hope you can join us as we kick off another year of service!

LINK CREW CLUB Classroom Code: sbwfrh3

As Link Leaders we support freshmen and provide them guidance, while growing Leaders' leadership skills. We also contribute to a positive school community. Everyone is welcome and join our crew! :)

PEN PALS CLUB Classroom Code: nxa4z2a

Pen Pals Club E-Flyer

Hey Bruins! We are Pen Pals Club and our purpose is to help expand the SCHS community through sending letters and creating new friendships! In this club, we will meet monthly and keep in touch via Google Classroom and Remind. We hope to form connections with all sorts of people, including students from out-of-state pen pal clubs! We are here to have fun and make the most out of distance learning, so gather your stamps and join us! For more information, please join the Google Classroom, follow our Instagram, and attend our next introductory meeting! See you there <3

PERIOD CLUB Classroom Code: nvbudak

PERIOD ( is a global organization that addresses systemic change towards menstrual equity and helps lessen period poverty. Unfortunately, 1 out of 4 women experience period poverty: the inability to afford sanitary products that can later affect their health.

Through creating PERIOD at SCHS, we hope to lessen period poverty and fighting stigma at SCHS and the Santa Clara community. Join the club today!

PROJECT: EARTH CLUB Classroom Code: ir5g7e4

Project: Earth exists to spread awareness about the environment and get students involved in climate advocacy and action! Through our club, we aim to make an impact on our planet and the Santa Clara High community. Right now, youth like us are at the forefront of the climate movement, and we want to get other students from SCHS to be a part of it. Come get the opportunity to volunteer and plan events to create change with Project: Earth! Follow us on Instagram @projectearthschs and join the Google Classroom!

SANTA CLARA SISTER CITIES Classroom Code: kdkknel

Hi! We are the SCHS Santa Clara Sister Cities Club. We are an extension of the Santa Clara Sister Cities Association. Over the years we have been given amazing opportunities of traveling to and hosting our sister cities in Japan, Ireland, and Portugal though community service events. Join us on the journey of student and cultural exchange as we find alternatives to communicate to people across the world and adapt to our current situation! Instagram: @schs.santaclarasistercities Remind: @schsscsc20

THE FOUR NATIONS CLUB Classroom Code: 4gs2an2

The Four Nations Club

Come join The Four Nations Club! That is if you’re a fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender and want to help spread awareness on countries and nations with low economies and resources and to also help advocate for animals that are going endangered and are losing their homes. Join us so we can all work together to bring back peace and harmony into the place we call home.

UNICEF CLUB Classroom Code: ndrgxx7

Welcome to UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund) Club. This is our club’s third year and we aim to provide opportunities to raise awareness about different issues around the world. Virtual or not, UNICEF Club strives to send resources out to the community in order to help children who need supplies for their education, empowerment, and/or survival. Join our club today and meet people that share the same interest of educating themselves on humanitarian issues around the globe! Don't forget to join our remind by texting @sc-unicef to 81010, follow @unicef.schs on Instagram, and join our google classroom!

YOUTH ACTIVISTS CLUB Classroom Code:  tasxbv2

Are you interested in social issues? Do you want resources which can help you get community service hours? Do you want to make a direct impact on people's lives? For three years, Youth Activists has been aimed at encouraging members of the student body to get involved with issues that effect their community. Our club is aimed at working and partnering with other non profits and political/social organizations and making a direct impact not only on our campus, but also in our country. We have so many different projects planned for this year! Meetings happen every Wednesdays during lunch.

Academic clubs


ASL club is a safe space for anyone, in and outside of ASL, in order to spread cultural awareness about the Deaf community and the history of American Sign Language. Join ASL Club!



CSF Club

The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) recognizes academically achieving members of our school and broadens their positive impact on the community. We will provide members of the SCHS community with volunteer opportunities to help others in school and elsewhere. Current sophomores, juniors, and seniors can apply for membership (freshmen can only apply after first semester). Applications are due on October 2nd. We hope to see you in our club! 😁

COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB Classroom Code: qo4x27x

Join CS Club!

This club was mainly formed to promote Computer Science among my local high school peers. In a world where CS is rapidly growing and developing, CS skills are necessary to survive in this new world. Being a part of this club will enable you to learn about new CS concepts every meet. These concepts will include computational thinking and algorithms. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month. No prior coding experience is needed! Join today!

FCCLA Classroom Code: 4iqz5eu

FCCLA: Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America

Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America (FCCLA), is a nationally recognized family & consumer sciences organization. With over 175,000 members across the United States we work to better ourselves and the world around us through career preparation and the development of leadership skills. Through FCCLA you create lifelong relationships, expand your leadership potential and develop skills for life-- planning, goal setting, problem solving, creative/critical thinking, decision making and interpersonal communication. Some pillars of focus are competitions, community service, leadership and making new connections. Join our classroom to learn more about this life-changing organization.


GAINS, or Girls Achieving in Non-Traditional Subjects, is a program that runs from 6th grade through 12th grade in most secondary SCUSD schools. Our main goal is to encourage young women to pursue male-dominated STEM careers as well as introduce them to non-traditional careers that they might not normally consider. This year, GAINS will have 6 virtual speaker meetings, combined with Wilcox and other middle schools. During these meetings, members will receive the opportunity to hear a group of exceptional female speakers’ experiences, career paths, and future goals. Join the GAINS community with our Google Classroom code!

GIRLS WHO CODE (GWC) Classroom Code: 5crz3eh

Valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion, Girls Who Code is an extensive community of young women who aspire to explore computer science and are empowered to bridge the gender disparity. Regardless of your level of coding experience, there is a place for you. As a member of Girls Who Code, you’ll be able to build computer science skills, such as problem solving, creativity, and debugging. Through these projects, you will learn more about yourself while receiving support from an extensive network consisting of fellow coders and even industry professionals.

HACK CLUB Classroom Code: bzcwepk

Learn how to hack, get swag sent to your home, and talk to Elon Musk via Zoom. We’re a “coding” club that’s focused on making cool stuff & have generous sponsors to back them up :) Everyone is welcome! No experience necessary. Join:

HISTORY CLUB Classroom Code: mtv7vgz


MCPC is a club available to all SCHS students that can prepare you for math competitions. We assign our members two tests a month to keep them on track. The list of competitions that can you can participate in contains: AMC 10, AMC 12, and more. Theses competitions can later benefit you on your college applications. Email for more information.

MOCK TRIAL CLUB  Classroom Code: zvdswcz

Mock Trial

Mock Trial is a competitive club that consists of a defense and prosecution team. Both teams compete against teams of different schools in the Santa Clara County Competition. And no! You do not need to be interested in law to be a part of our club. Mock Trial appeals to broad audiences! Last year we reached the quarter finals in the 2nd year of the club. We hope to see new members this year and go even further! Join the Google Classroom and follow us on Instagram @schs_mock_trial to stay connected. Can't wait to see you!

PRE-MED CLUB Classroom Code: snmvuma

Join Pre-Med!

Join Pre-Med Club! Learn about the endless opportunities that medicine and science has to offer through our zoom meetings that include things such as speaker meetings, sharing opportunities for learning experiences beyond school and raising awareness through discussions about current events pertaining to the medical field.

PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Classroom Code: h2oxjwr

The purpose of Psychology Club is to educate those interested in the Social Science field. We place a big emphasis on mental health. Once a month we will be hosting workshops that pertain to self improvement and giving one time to reflect on themselves. We have a point system that rewards our members with prizes once they reach their milestones. We meet bi-weekly on Fridays at lunch. One does not have to be in the Psychology class to join our club. See you at our next meeting!

SAT PREP CLUB Classroom Code: txxvvcs

In this club, we will prepare for the SAT with different techniques and practice problems. This will allow for higher SAT scores and a stronger college application in the future.



BLUE HOLE Classroom Code: mausj5d

Join Blue Hole

Blue Hole is the school spirit club for our sports teams. We keep up the hype and encourage our teams to keep going and do their best! Our cheers coordinate with the cheer team, as we either follow or lead the cheers. As Bruins, we welcome everyone for who they are, no matter race, religion, gender, etc. We accept everyone, you’re our family too. Blue Hole may also be a safe space, whether you need to talk about situations or you may need somewhere to hangout. We plan on bringing students closer as we’re still in quarantine and in Distance Learning school. Join Blue Hole!

BRUIN BOOK CLUB Classroom Code: w6d2hjk

Bruin Book Club provides a space for readers of all skill levels and interests. We meet once a month to discuss the books we have read and suggest new titles. There is no requirement to join - no matter your feelings toward books, we would love to have you!

CALLIGRAPHY CLUB Classroom Code:  r7rmhb7

Calligraphy Club aims to teach SCHS students about a beautiful and unique form of art, calligraphy through lettering. Teaching the basics of faux and brush lettering, Calligraphy Club unites students with different backgrounds and interests, encouraging them to channel their inner self, imagination, and creativity. Not only a highly appreciated and valuable skill to spice up notes from class or art projects, calligraphy is the art form for everyone to express themselves, artistic talent optional.

DESIGN CLUB  Classroom Code: qtkst5b

The Design Club motivates people to create new things, help those in need, and gain new skills and knowledge about different aspects of design, all while having fun. You can also socialize with people who have similar interests so don’t worry if you are a beginner or love everything design, you’ll definitely enjoy this club. There’re various topics for our members to choose from/ be a part of like color theory, logos, graphic design, sketching, creating panels for a comic book or Webtoon, creating items to sell/ donate, alongside volunteer opportunities to give back to the community through your talent and creativity!

DRAMA CLUB Classroom Code: d2di3dy

Drama Club fosters a love for theatre through learning, exploring, and performing. Through the club, we provide a community for students interested in and passionate about the performing arts, regardless of prior experience. We aim to share our love of the medium with the greater Santa Clara High School community. Together, we strive to make theatre accessible to everyone. We believe theatre has the power to bring people together from all walks of life, and our club is meant to embody that belief.

ESOTERIC CLUB Classroom Code: 3i3357y

FILMMAKERS CLUB Classroom Code: 6lvzqgi

In Filmmakers Club, students will gain exposure to and collaborate on various skills such as editing, scriptwriting, digital animation and more! Students with all levels of experience are encouraged to join! We will be hosting fun competitions and challenges as well as teaching a few instructional courses on programs like Blender. Learn film techniques and join us in entering film competitions! Meetings are biweekly on Mondays after 7th period. Join lol its fun :)

JOURNALISM CLUB Classroom Code:  k64v4sw

MUSIC LOVERS CLUB Classroom Code: itg6dms 

PLANT THERAPY CLUB Classroom Code: pzonrbi

Plant Therapy Club

We will help our club members find volunteer opportunities, spread awareness about mental health, provide a nice and chill safe space for those who just need to relax. We are creating this club to help unite those who are struggling and don't know how to deal with it/ not know where to go. We also want to show students gardening, both indoor and outdoor. If people are interested in plants but are scared of messing up, we will gladly teach them and give them advice. Also, one of our members has access to many biologists/botanists and thus can help provide more detailed information or help regarding any specific inquiries. Instagram: @plantclubschs

TEEN SAFETY INITIATIVE Classroom Code:  kv3klfn

Contact if you have any questions!