Clubs

Club Advisor Meeting time Description
American Sign Language Club Angie Esswein Every other Friday at lunch in B111

ASL Club educates on ASL and spreads awareness of deaf culture. Come to A210 at Lunch every other Friday to learn sign language and participate in cool activities.

 

Animal Welfare Club Megan Rupe meets at lunch in C104 every other Friday

Animal Welfare Club is dedicated to education for animal welfare and education on animal issues. We also provide volunteer opportunities, fundraisers for local shelters, and do fun schoolwalk activities.

Art Club/NAHS Katie Schiltz Every other Thursday at lunch in D1

Closely-knit community, dedicated towards using artistic passions for diverse community service, collaborations, and spreading artistic awareness and appreciation.

Badminton Club Sam Fung Every other Tuesday at brunch in S4

Badminton Club offers a community of people for students to learn and enjoy the sport of badminton.

California Scholarship Federation Jessica Buffum Once a month on Wednesdays at brunch in P4

California Scholarship Federation is Homesteads largest volunteering club, with over 200 active members committed to getting involved in and working to better their community through a diverse variety of community service events. Follow us on Instagram at @homsteadcsf for updates and check out our site (hhscsf.org) for more details. Meeting are held he first wednesday of every month in P4.

Chess Club Gary Auten Monday Friday A204

We are a dedicated community that encourages learning chess in a fun ad welcome environment.

Economics Club Christy Heaton Every other Friday lunch in Heaton's room

Economics Club serves to educate students about economics concepts in preparation for the National Economics Challenge and the AP Economics tests. We meet Every other Friday in B205.

Engineering Club Alice Rick Fridays at lunch in B107

We are a community of dedicated students preparing ourselves for a career in engineering by exploring engineering concepts, performing demonstrations, and visiting companies.

FBLA Byron Lee, Graeme Logie, Helen Carlson Every other Tuesdays at lunch in A207

FBLA is the largest student run business organization in the world, and it aims to bridge business and education together. FBLA gives you the opportunity to participate in competitions on the state and national scale, as well as attend fun events such as business tours. Come to our meetings at lunch in A2017 every other Wednesday!

Footprints Christian Club Sam Fung Friday's at lunch in S4

Footprints is a club for Christians and non-Christians at Homestead to come together and discuss their faith and fellowship with one another. Through games, Bible studies, worship, guest speakers, and outreach events, we hope to create a tight knit community of believers at Homestead.

French Club/ FNHS Muriel Von Stein Every other Wednesday at lunch in L104

Come celebrate French culture with us every other Wednesday at lunch in L104! Eat delicious French food and make new friends. French National Honor Society is for those who are fluent or in French levels 3 or higher.

Frontier Magazine Mary Jo Gunderson Lunch in L101 on every other Tuesday

Frontier is the art and literary magazine at Homestead. We publish 6 themed issues a year, online and in print, and we accept all student submissions. WE also hold workshops, socially and contests. We meet every other Friday at Lunch in L101, do come check us out!

Future Physicians of America Natalie Della-Santina Every other Thursday at lunch in S8

Passionate high school students interested in impacting the world through medicine. Meet guest speakers, visit hospitals and labs, dissections, and structuring workshops.

Fwd: Love Ms. Matthews third Thursday of every month at lunch in A114

Fwd: Love aims to spread love, positivity and happiness throughout the school community. We hold school-wide activities to decrease student stress and raise awareness on mental health.

Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Nicholas Neece Every other Thursday in C101 at lunch

GSA provides a social, safe, and confidential space for students in the LGBTQ+ community and allies. The club welcomes anybody, regardless of gender identity/expression or sexual orientation

Green Ops Jessica Wakefield Every other Thursday at lunch in K1

Green-Ops is an environmental service and sustainability club at Homestead. Our goals are coordinating volunteer opportunities for Homestead students, educating the community about environmental issues and sustainability, and bringing these sustainable practices to Homestead!

Aerospace Club Alice Carvalho every other Tuesday at lunch in B107

At HHS Aerospace, we are dedicated to exploring the science behind all things that fall, fly and anything in between.

DesignIt! Edmond Kwong  

HHS Design it provides students with an opportunity to learn graphic design and develop an eye for aesthetic appeal through club meeting, partnerships with clubs. Graphic design competitions, workshops, online tutorials, business tours, guest speakers, and many other events.

Red Cross Club Ben Chang Every other Tuesday at lunch in C210

The mission of Red Cross is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergency through the power of volunteering. Not only do you have the chance to earn community hours, but you can also get trained in life-saving techniques such as CPR and disaster-specific safety and enjoy the opportunity to aid in a nationwide organization! Check out our website for more information.

HHS Yoga and Fitness Club Kelly Ronsheimer Every other Thursday at lunch in L111

HHS Yoga & Fitness Club is dedicated to promoting a culture of health & wellness on the Homestead campus amidst the stress of high school life. While empowering students to adopt healthier practices and life styles, HHS YoFit promotes body positivity. Join us every other Thursday at lunch in L113.

Homestead Cancer Society Muriel Von Stein Every other Tuesday at lunch in L104

We volunteer at events and host fundraiser to support cancer patients. Our funds go to cancer CAREpoint.

Drama Club/ International Thespian Society Leslie Lloyd Fridays at lunch in the auditorium.

Homestead Drama Club/International Thespian Society welcomes all lovers of theatre, on or off the stage. We host events such as the animal student-direct, student-produced One Acts, a Halloween Haunted House, and year-round socials.

Homestead Robotics Greg Burroughs  

Homestead Robotics is a club of dedicated individuals who work to provide STEM education and experience through opportunities such as mechanical and electrical engineering, computer programming and business. Absolutely no prior experience is needed to join!

Speech & Debate Natalie Owsley  

Improve your public speaking and critical thinking skills by engaging in a wide variety of events ranging from improvised debates to original speeches.

Homestead Studios Ed Riley Fridays at lunch in C211

If you enjoy watching films, learning about what goes on behind the scenes of movies or making films yourself, come to Homestead Studios!

Homestead TEDx Angie Esswien Once every month on Wednesday at lunch in A210

Homestead TEDx aims to spread new and unique ideas from local voices in the community through the annual TEDx conference that we plan and host at Homestead. We meet every other Friday at lunch in A210

Indopak Richard Porticos once a month on Monday in S4

Homestead Indopak is an Indian- Pakistani club aiming to raise cultural awareness on campus and around the Bay Area through dance and cultural activities. The types of dance we perform at Sapnay, our annual event, include Bhangra, Bollywood, Raas, Classical, Windian, and Fusion. We’d like you to join our diverse and multicultural society!!!

Investments Club Shawn Southerd at lunch in B101 on every other Thursday

Investments Club aims to educate the student body on personal finance concepts to encourage investing wisely for the future.

Jewish Student Union Nyssa Geanakos  

Give a place where people can learn about Judaism

JNHS/J-Club Junko Birdsong  

JNHS/J-CLUB is a Japanese club aiming to spread awareness of the Japanese culture through socials and volunteering. JNHS is open to students who are in Japanese 2 or higher. J-Club is open to all students.

Key Club Melissa Navarro First and third Wednesdays at lunch in A114

Key Club is an international volunteering organization, where members contribute in their community with core values of leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness. In addition to volunteering events, key clubbers also attend district, regional and international events.

Korean Student Association Zenas Lee (Gary Yoshida while on maternity leave) Every 2nd and 4th Monday of month at Lunch in S2

The Korean Student Association is a cultural club that encourages active involvement in first hand experience of Korean culture through music, dance, food, language, and humanitarian causes. Within KSA we have 2 other groups, KREW and LINK. Krew is a dance team that performs at rallies and flashmobs with popular K-pop songs. We are partnered with LINK or liberty in North Korea to help relocate refugees. All students are welcome, regardless of race, gender, or color.

Martial Arts Club Shawnee Rivera First Wednesday of every month at Lunch in C106

Instructional club dedicated to spreading knowledge about various martial arts and self-defense techniques through after-school seminars, as well as teaching about martial arts history and philosophies.

Math Club Shawn Southerd Every Friday at lunch in B101

At the HHS math club, we further creativity and ingenuity in mathematics by exposing high school students to mind boggling concepts in math, provide access to a wide range of math contests, and hose fun school-wide events to get _______ passionate about math.

Mock Trial Susan Wilson Friday 3:30 C205

If you enjoy acting, public speaking, debating, you’ll love Mock Trial! We argue a criminal case each year & compete in an actual courtroom.

Model UN Andrea Yee Every other Wednesday at lunch in C104

Model UN is a community where students can debate real world issues and develop important leadership skills while having fun and bonding with fellow delegates. We attend multiple conferences throughout the year and provide unique and engaging training activities of all skill levels.

Muslim Student Association Daniela Hurst-Ruiz Last Friday of every month in B209

The purpose of the club is to assist and strengthen the muslim community at Homestead High School through Club meetings and volunteering. We also education muslims and students of other faiths about Islam.

National Chinese Honors Society Vivian Ju Fridays at brunch in L112

NCHS commemorates student academic achievement in the Chinese language. We also aim to promote enthusiasm for Chinese culture throughout the HHS campus

National Honor Society Erin Ronan Every first Wednesday at lunch in B206/7.

Homestead’s 100+ member community service club! Applications are sent out at the beginning of the school year and NHS is open to eligible sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

Octagon Club   Every other Thursday at lunch in L105

Octagon is a community service club that holds events to help our local neighborhood. We don’t have a minimum hours required so feel free to join at anytime! Hope to see you at our next meeting.

Programming Club John Shelby Wednesdays after school in A211

Homestead Programming Club is a group of passionate and dedicated problem-solvers. Whether you want to use your expertise to make an impact on campus or learn the basics, Programming Club has a spot for you!

Quiz Bowl Greg Burroughs & Andrea Westgate Every Thursday and Friday in B103/104

Homestead Quiz Bowl is a club based on the game of Quiz Bowl, a type of quiz based competition.

Science Bowl Jeff Herbst and Chris Nafrada Every Wednesday at lunch in S6

Science Bowl is a club that trains for the National Science Bowl Competition through buzzer practices. The club also hosts science and trivia related events and encourages scientific interest within the community.

Science for Change/ SNHS Sukhraj Sohal Every other Tuesday at lunch in S2

A non-competition based science club that exposes students to a variety of outside the classroom topics through experiments, guest speakers, and activities, as well as combines science with service through an annual service project

Science Olympiad:    

A competition-based STEM club where students work in teams in study, lab, and build events. Our club’s mission is to further students passion for STEM through exposure to a wide range of topics

Scream Team: Chris Nafrada Last Thursday of every month at lunch in S5

We are the school’s spirit club. What we do is promote school spirit by going to sports games and cheer for our teams.

Spanish Club/ Spanish National Honor Society Paco Arevalo Second Thursday of each month at lunch in L110

Our spanish club holds cultural and volunteer events, allowing the students to practice their spanish, get to meet new people, and explore more over hispanic culture. With the completion of certain requirements by your senior year you will be able to obtain a cord for graduation as a token of recognition.

Tabletop Club Christina Graham Every Friday at lunch in C200

Tabletop Club offers a community for students who enjoy board and card games to meet and play with others.

The Differences Among Us (TDAU) Surna Barton Every other Wednesday at lunch in C203

TDAU is a diversity and service club on campus. Ethnicity, intellectual ability, athleticism and gender are factors that tend to form divisions within society. These so called “differences” are embraced and celebrated. The Difference Among Us is dedicated to educating the community about different disabilities and promoting acceptance and understanding.

Tomorrow’s Physicists Kathleen Shreve Every other Thursday/Lunch/K2

Our club’s purpose is to spread interest in physics and its real world application. We participate in tournaments, provide tutors, and setup experiments.

Tri-M (National Music Honor Society) John Burn Every other Tuesday at lunch in Band Room

Want to make a difference while doing something you love? Tri-M is a music-based community service club that promotes leadership and musical excellence through volunteering and performance events.

Wilderness Adventures Club Tamara Tarkington First Wednesday of each month in L102 during lunch

Wilderness Adventures Club encourages students to get outside more and enjoy the beauty of nature. The purpose of this club is to encourage students to get involved in outdoor activities, explore nature, and unplug from our technology-driven daily lives.

Women’s Empowerment Ambassadors Club Debbie Vanni Every other Tuesday lunch in C207

Women’s Empowerment Ambassador club encourages and educates Homestead students about feminism through guest speakers, open discussion, and socials.