Clubs

If you are interested in participating on a Servite committee or just lending your expertise to any of the activities mentioned below, please contact Jeanne Nellesen, Activities Director at (714)774-7575 x1120.

Any and all assistance no matter how large or small will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!

Academic Decathlon

Academic Decathlon is a rigorous, challenging extracurricular activity that prepares a team of students to compete in ten academic subjects against other teams in Orange County. Teams consist of students from all GPA levels. This club is not for the academically faint-hearted! It is guaranteed to enrich and intellectually strengthen all who dare to participate. (Kieran Scott)

Bridges

The Bridges program is a multi-year school inter-group relations and violence prevention program. Bridges partners schools with Orange County Human Relations to create, advocate and sustain a safe, inclusive and equitable campus climate that respects society’s diversity. Bridges empowers members of the campus community to address the human relations needs on their campus. They acquire the skills to work with a diversity of people while improving the human relations climate. (Maggie Lauder)

Cristeros

The mission of Cristeros Club is to bring an end to abortion through prayer, education and witness in the Servite and local community. (Chris Weir, Bobby Angel)

CSF – (California Scholarship Federation)

This club is one which promotes academic recognition of the Servite Scholar and peer assistance to other members and students. Students are given recognition at graduation based upon the number of semesters of active club membership. Applicants must maintain a 3.5 GPA for the previous semester and reapply each semester. Activities include peer tutoring, sponsoring the Christmas Dance, community service projects, and field trips. (Andrea Valenzuela)

French Club

The purpose of this club is to promote French culture and to expand student’s knowledge of France. (Lori Crawford-Dixon)

Friars for Care

The purpose of this club is to collect toys, food and money to donate to the City of Hope Hospital. Students will volunteer at the various pediatric cancer walks in Orange County. (Vicki Bonfadini)

Future Business Leaders of America

FBLA aims to orient students toward business, business affiliations and business skills while making conscious acts of charity induced by these goals. (Barbara Messerle Devitt)

Health Occupations Students of America

This club is an International Student Organization to promote career opportunities in health care. (Sitty Eng)

Hockey Club

Servite Ice Hockey Club Team allows hockey players who attend Servite High School this opportunity to represent their school while playing the sport that they love. The team is open to all grade levels. -(Jeffrey Baldo)

Click here for the Varsity Hockey Team Page

Click here for the JV Hockey Team Page

International Thespian Society

The International Thespian Society is an Honor Society for students involved in Theatre Arts. Meetings are held after school once a month. Thespians attend the California State and International Festivals annually. There is also a Junior Thespian Division directed by Ms. Jeanne Nellesen which includes junior high students from local schools. (Frankie Marrone)

JSA

Junior Statesmen of America is the speech and debate club which devotes its time to area conferences, on-campus guest speakers, one-day seminars and weekend conventions. Students have exposure to politics and may attend summer schools at Stanford, Yale, Georgetown and others, as well as symposiums in Los Angeles and Sacramento. Elected officers and positions are available in the State and Region. (Barbara Messerle Devitt/Andrea Ruiz)

JSA Southern California Fall State OC Convention Forms

Key Club

This group is comprised of students from all grade levels. This club, which is sponsored by Kiwanis International, donates its time and energy to community service projects throughout Orange County. (Lauren Vomero)

National Arts Honor Society - NAHS

The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is designed specifically for high school students in grades 9-12. In 1978, the National Art Education Association began the National Art Honor Society program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.

* Student must complete 2 years of art courses with an A at Servite High School, have a 3.3 GPA, have good citizen ship and work habits, pay a small fee, and complete service hours. Students graduation in the years 2016 or 2017 will be grandfathered. (Kristin Berardino)

National Honor Society - NHS

The National Honor Society is for those students who have a “B” or higher average and maintain that GPA. Various activities involve student Trivia Bowl, peer tutoring, community service projects and field trips. (Andrea Valenzuela)

Peer Assistance League - P.A.L.

Peer Assistance Leaders (pal) is a group of Servite students trained in peer counseling and conflict mediation. The services that they provide are peer counseling and referral, conflict management, substance abuse prevention, new student orientation and community outreach. In addition, pal members develop Black Ribbon Week and Sober Prom programs. (Deborah Klee-Blashaw)

Sports Medicine

The Pre-Med club introduces its student members to the medical field by extending the Biology curriculum. (Elizabeth Ochoa)

Red Cross

The Red Cross Club meets once a month or more frequently to plan and execute Servite projects determined by student leaders of the club. We support various public service projects of the Red Cross of Orange County but we are focusing on service projects which our students think most important. (Joe Swoboda)

Robotics (Friarbots Team 3309)

The Friarbots, FIRST Robotics Team 3309, consists of students from Servite, Rosary, and Connelly. The team aims to form capable leaders in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and other realms through participation in FIRST. Team members plan, design, build, and program a robot that will compete against others, gaining real, hands-on, technical engineering training, and developing skills in leadership, collaboration, communication, planning, fundraising, public relations, and more. Students leave Team 3309 inspired to pursue STEM in their careers and prepared to handle whatever demands are placed upon them in their education and careers.

Team 3309, which is 50+ members strong, is recognized as one of the top teams in Orange County. In the past year, the team has earned semi-finalist and finalist rankings in Los Angeles and the Valley and won the Entrepreneurship Award for “presenting themselves more like a well-established corporation than a high school robotics team.”


Previous robotics and/or programming experience is not required to join the team. Mentors, moderators and team members are available to train new members in their areas of interest, whether that means being machine-trained or leaning CAD or programming. (Dr. Carr/ Brian O’Neill)

CLICK HERE FOR FACEBOOK PAGE

CLICK HERE FOR FRIARBOTS WEBSITE

Rugby

Dedicated to the development of the body, intellect, and will of each player in order to enhance Servite’s goal of cultivating every student’s leadership abilities.

To all Servite students interested in the sport of rugby. The Servite Rugby Club is looking for students who are interested in playing the fastest growing sport in the United States.

The Club will play the traditional 15 per side rugby during the High School Season.

If you are interested, please email Coach Carlos Anthony (carlos.anthony21@gmail.com) with your name, grade, phone number and email address so we can begin to put together a roster. If you are interested in being a supporter/club member and not a player, please let us know in your email.

Spanish Club

The club focuses on teaching and exposing students to the culture, food and traditions of different Spanish speaking countries. Students have the opportunity to experience different cultural events and taste food from the Spanish speaking countries. The club also offers tutoring for the currently enrolled Spanish students. (Mattie Holt)

Speech and Debate (Friar Prophets)

The Friar Prophets is a competitive speech and debate team. Students meet to hone speaking and argumentation skills. Members practice regularly to prepare for regional high school tournaments. (Chris Dominguez)



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