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Servite's clubs and activities are testimony that our young  Friars are passionate about an expansive list of topics. These groups offer Servite students the opportunity to collaborate with their brothers on their many different passions.

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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

Bio-Ecology Club

Members will study bio and ecology related projects such as plants and animals at Servite. They will also learn about ecology of recycling.

Karson Hayden

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 campus.  They acquire the skills to work with a diversity of people while improving the human relations climate.

Ben Van Dyk

Chem Club

The Servite Chemistry Club was founded to promote new and exciting ideas in chemistry. As a chapter of the American Chemical Society, the club strives to introduce and energize students to the study of Chemistry. We create fun experiments to push our limits and passion. The club also tutors and prepares selected students to compete in the Chemistry Olympiad at the 1st year and AP levels. The club goes beyond the Servite classroom. Students will reach out to 7th and 8th graders at local schools by presenting at open houses and science fairs. The club is also a service organization. Some of the experiments and projects will be used in conjunction with other service organizations to benefit those in need. Interested? Check out some of our experiments and events below!

Michael Gruden

Chessmen Club

The Chessman play the greatest board game with love for the game and the need to teach it to new players.

Kieran Scott

Chinese Club

The goal of the Chinese Club is to build student’s knowledge and interest in Chinese culture. The enlightenment can come about through learning the language, listening to Chinese music, watching Chinese movies, learning geography, eating Chinese food or speaking with classmates or foreign exchange students.

Junying Lau

California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

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, community partnership with elementary schools and community service projects.

Andrea Valenzuela

Film Club

The film club meets to watch and discuss movies and to foster a greater appreciation for cinema and the visual arts.

Denise Campbell

French Club

The purpose of this club is to offer students the opportunity to practice the French language outside of the classroom and to expose them to the French culture.

Eve Doering

Her Servants' Kitchen

 

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.

Mike Marshall

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 Jeanne Nellesen which includes junior high students from local schools.

Frankie Marrone

Investment Club

The purpose of this club is to introduce students to the basics of investing, how the stock market works, how to research investments and develop investment criteria. This club will provide practical investment experience with either made-up portfolio or getting started with your own investment account.

Steve Beaird

Jazz Club

Jazz Club is a club for those who play music and  like to gather together to perform for the Servite community.

Michael Burrows

Junior Statesmen of America (JSA)

Junior Statesmen of America is a non- partisan political 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

Key Club

This group is comprised from students from all grade levels. Key Club is sponsored by Kiwanis International, donates its time and energy to community service projects throughout Orange County.

Jessica Trinidad

National Honor Society (NHS)

The NHS Chapter at Servite High School serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character.  Membership challenges students to develop themselves through active involvement in school activities and community service. Students must be cooperative, demonstrate high standards of honesty and reliability, show courtesy, concern,  respect for others, and generally maintain a good, clean healthy lifestyle.

Andrea Valenzuela

Red Cross Club

The Red Cross club meets monthly to plan and execute Servite projects determined by student leaders of the club. The Red Cross Blood Drive is one of the main service projects which the students support.

Stephanie Early

Robotics Club

Students on the robotics team plan, design, build, and program a robot that will compete against other school’s robots at a regional competition in a fun-filled collaborative and competitive atmosphere. In addition to real, hands-on, technical engineering training, students also develop skills in collaboration, communication, planning, fund-raising, public relations, and more.

Evan Smith

Rugby

The purpose is to form faith-filled leaders by developing athletes’ intellect and will through the Rugby experience.

Manoa Pouono

Sacred Music Club

This club allows students to share music with each other and discuss popular bands and artists.

Dennis Flanagan

S.I.G.N Club/Service In God's Name

This is a club that raises money people with Down’s Syndrome through fundraisers and auctions. Club members will attend events where they can interact with Down’s Syndrome individuals.

Phil Mangiaracina

Spanish Club

The club focuses on teaching and exposing students to the culture, food and traditions of different Spanish speaking countries. The club also offers tutoring for the currently enrolled Spanish students.

Kirk Garrett

Speech and Debate

This club is also known as Friar Prophets. It is a competitive speech and debate team who meet to hone speaking and argumentation skills.  Members practice regularly to prepare for regional high school tournaments.

Carolina Osorio

Spike Ball Club

This club will build teamwork and friencships. Games and tournaments will be played at lunch.

Dave Glaudini

Sports Medicine Club

This club introduces its student members to the medical field by extending the Biology curriculum.

Elizabeth Ochoa

STEM Club

The purpose of the club is to develop hands-on skills through project-based learning. The club plans to bring in guest speakers and host an electronic waste drive.

William Stein

Table Tennis

 

With Hope Club

This club addresses the awareness of suicide and ways to prevent it.

Laura DiCrisi