CLUBS AT SEASIDE HIGH
Seaside High School offers a great variety of clubs and activities to meet the needs of our diverse student body. School clubs play a vital role in the development of young adults and provide great learning and social environments for students to grow.
|CLUB NAME||ADVISOR||CLUB DESCRIPTION|
|Asian Culture Club||Mr. Esaki||The Asian Culture Club wants to share the wonderful cultures that make up Asia with the student body of Seaside High. This student lead group promotes cultural pride and its impact on the overall culture of the United States through cuisine, art, and cultural events.|
|Black Student Union||
|The purpose of the Black Student Union, BSU, is to promote activities of interest, as well as educational and cultural benefits for the African American student body at SHS. The BSU also acts as the "face" of many of the cultural student organizations, providing a forum for all students of culture to voice their differences, goals, and ideas. At SHS we hope to encourage cooperation between our members and the African American student body as a whole.|
|Gay Straight Alliance Club||
The Gay Straight Alliance is a safe place for students to find support and share experiences. It is a
student lead group that advocates for the LGTBQ students at Seaside High School. Each year students participate in the National Day of Silence to silently protest bullying of LGTBQ students by remaining silent for the entire day of school. While silent students bring awareness to our campus community.
Mr. Miller and
|Junior ROTC is a class that has after-school components consisting of four team & involving about 100 students. Our goals are to motivate young adults to be better citizens, promote teamwork and improve physical fitness. JROTC|
|Key Club||TBD||Key Club is a High School Club version of Kiwanis. Our goal is to have a student lead club where members can learn leadership through serving others.|
|Latino Club||Mrs. Contreras||The Latino Club is a student organization dedicated to celebrating Latino Culture. It is open to everyone, no just Latinos. Our goal is to expose students on campus to Latino Culture.|
|Link Crew is a year-long service learning class dedicated to creating a positive and successful transition into high school for all Freshman students. It is comprised of Juniors and Seniors who are both leaders and positive role models on and off campus. To join Link Crew you must be teacher recommended, go through an application process, attend both summer training days, and participate in Freshmen Orientation. Recruiting for Link Leaders begins in April.|
|National Honor Society||Mr. Esaki||National Honor Society is a national organization that takes students with the best GPAs and gets them involved in public service projects. Over the years, our group has been involved in neighborhood and park clean-ups, working with Rebuilding Together and the city of Seaside in repairing the houses of the disabled and elderly, and helping out at the Rape Crisis run and the Big Sur marathon.|
|NCBI||TBD||National Coalition Building Institute is a national organization dedicated to overcoming racial and cultural differences in order to work better as a community. At SHS, we train students in overcoming cultural barriers and treating people with dignity regardless of their differences.|
|Health and Science Club||TBD|
|Pacific Islander Club||Mr. Erik||
The goal of the P.I.C. is to teach students and peers the Polynesian culture and acceptance of any race or color. The club does fundraising to help pay for annual performances at the Multi-Cultural and Aloha Rallies.