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201 South Mountain Ave.
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone: (541) 482-8771
Fax: (541) 482-2172
Contact: Kelly Tygerson, Office Manager
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AHS Clubs

Clubs are a vibrant part of Ashland High School. Students can join one of the many options already organized or they are welcome to start their own club or activity by following a process that begins with finding an adviser. Our goal is to have every student active in some activity that engages their interest. Through our clubs and activities, students develop new friendships, have the opportunity to lead their peers, and find avenues for their creativity.

Students wishing to start a club should find a faculty adviser, complete a club application (in the main office or athletic office), and then present the application to the Activities Director, for approval.

Club Name Description Staff Advisor Meeting Day Meeting Time Location
Architecture and 3D Design Club Educate students about architecture as a career, interface between students and the local Architek Architecture agency, and learn how to use CAD Rosie Converse Wed (every other) 3-4:30 211
Asian Student Union Raising awareness, education, promoting acceptance and activism, and giving Asian students a safe place to be seen and heard. Jackie Case Mon Lunch EN-3
Astru-Kindred Club Learn about Norse Myths or Astru faith and partake in storytelling, crafts, and activities of ancient Germanic paganism. Brenton Wileman Wed Lunch H-30
Black Student Union To raise awareness & create a sense of community for students of color. Libre Cory Fri Lunch Tech 1
Boxing Club To learn to box & box for fun/fitness Rosie Converse White Days After School Weight Room
Brain Bowl To enjoy testing your knowledge. Tournament in Spring. Alan Parowski Wed Lunch H-15
Chess Club To play and learn about chess Jim Hartman Mon & Fri Lunch SC-2
Christian Club (Agape) To share and talk about God in a friendly group environment. Free pizza! Betsy Bishop Thu Lunch 207
Climate Action Club To raise awareness about climate justice and the ways you can reduce your own footprint Jim Hartman Thu (White Days) Lunch SC-2
Club Amistad To help others become more comfortable speaking Spanish. Gladys Contreras & Francisco Atanes Mon (White Days) Lunch H-27
Cosplay Club Foster creative teamwork, meet new friends, have fun, create a Cosplay. Reed Sorenson Mon Lunch H-15
DECA Co-Curricular Business Club that promotes business, employability and professional skills. Rosie Converse Fri Lunch 211
Defenders of Wildlife Club Raising awareness and funds for endangered wildlife species. Todd Hobein Fri Lunch SC-1
Drama Club To connect students to theatre in other ways but the shows. Betsy Bishop Wed Lunch Rose Studio
Dungeons & Dragons To bring people together through fantasy and adventure. Brenton Wileman Tue & Fri Lunch & After School H-30
Esports Club The world of competitive, organized video gaming. Competitors from different leagues or teams face off in the same games that are popular with at-home gamers. Rosie Converse Wed Lunch 211
Fan Art Club Meet new people, make new friends, and have fun! Nancy Martin Tue Lunch EN-1
Garden Club Reconnect with nature! Learn about the benefits that fruits & veggies have on our overall health & wellbeing. Reed Sorenson & Alan Parowski Tue After School Catalyst Garden
Global Citizen Corps Fundraising for global & local organizations. Barbie Hobein Wed (Red Days) Lunch H-36
Interact Club Community Service and socialization with other service-minded students. Jill Britt Mon Lunch H-35
International Club To connect exchange students to AHS students and the community. To increase cultural diversity. Gladys Contreras Wed Lunch H-27
Key Club Affiliated with Kiwanis International. Focus for Key Club is community service. Participate in Relay for Life, Monster Dash, gift wrapping, bring flowers to Linda Vista, put out flags on Siskiyou Blvd. Aimee Cork Mon (Red Days) Lunch 203
Knit Wits Teaching students to knit. Community service activity is to knit hats for patients at Doernbecher Children's Hospital. Laura Davidson Wed Lunch TH-18
Math Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society is for juniors and seniors in Algebra II Honors and a math GPA of 3.5 or higher. Tammy Anderson Friday (Last of Month) Lunch H-25
Math Team 18 students are nominated by math teachers (Alg. II Honors or higher) to participate on three teams competing against other schools in our conference. There are 5 competitions each year to meet at. Marissa Watson 5 times a year   H-22
Model United Nations Represent a country in the statewide Model UN competition each year. Make resolutions to promote your nation's goals. Jamie Hirsh & Jerry Rocher Tue (White Days) Lunch 202
National Arts Honor Society Provide opportunity for AHS students to network & advance their art in the Ashland community. Max Malcomb Fri Lunch TH-215
National Honor Society Student in grades 10-12 with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, have 20 hours of community service, and two leadership experiences. Nora Godfrey-Dismuk Thu (Red Days) Lunch IVC
Native American Student union Explore issues related to indigenous people. Jennifer Wahpepah Mon Lunch IA-4
Outdoor Club To encourage students to do outdoor activities together, along with building a supportive community. Cambria Floren Wed Lunch 204
Peace Club To promote and organize community Peace activities.Fundraising to send students to Thailand w/ Habitat for Humanity to build houses. Max Malcomb Mon Lunch TH-215
Philosophy Club A place for anyone to come and give their own opinions and to learn, & listen to others. Lessons, Socratic circles, gentle debates, public forums, speech writing/delivering. Reed Sorenson Tue Lunch H-15
Ping Pong Club Spread the word of ping pong and keep people active during lunch. Create a space for people who want to get better at a sport. Jeff Roscher Thu Lunch Above Main Gym
Project Up To build community between the skills classroom and the greater AHS community. Pizza at Betsy Bishop Mon Lunch Rose Studio
QSA - Queer-Straight Alliance An alliance of straight & LGBTQ students that meet to cultivate understanding, peer support, and organize activities that raise awareness and inclusion. Everyone welcome! Amanda McGrew Thu Lunch 206
Robotics Build a robot and compete in the statewide Robotics Competition. To spread awareness STEM. Alexandra Roscher Tue (After School) After School Lincoln
Rock Climbing (Jub Club) To inspire and get people together to go rock climbing at the Rogue Rock Gym. Gerry Roscher Tue (1st of Month) Lunch 205
Scouts Club For Scouts that attend AHS to connect and talk about rank advancement, merit badges and troop campouts and activities. Jessie Stonewood Mon Lunch H-14 (Red Days) & SC-3 (White Days)
Spikeball Club Get outside and get active with Spikeball. The fast paced game that is a cross between Volleyball and Four Square. Karl Kemper Wed After School Turf Field 3:00 - 4:00
STEM Club To increase STEM awareness at AHS, and to provide STEM opportunities for students. Todd Hobein Tue Lunch SC-1
Tap Club To teach and learn tap dance choreography as well as learn new moves. Betsy Bishop Fri Lunch Rose Studio
Ultimate Frisbee Co-Ed Physical fitness, fun, teamwork! Erin Federline Mon, Wed, & Fri Lunch 4:00 P.M. AHS BB Field
Weight Lifting Club To help young athletes build strength and confidence in and out of the weight room. Sam Osofsky Tue & Thu After School Weight Room
Whats the Point To discuss the ideas and beliefs the students of AHS have and to better understand our existence. Jessie Stonewood Last Red Day of Month Lunch H-14
Writers & Poets Club To create a space where people can write freely. To explore great writers/poets to encourage one another in self-expression. Nancy Martin Thu Lunch EN-1
Young Conservatives Club To give students the opportunity to express conservative beliefs & values. Debate different topics from current events. Rosie Converse Tue (White Days) Lunch 211
Young Democrats Club To get students politically informed and involved and to create a small community for students to express themselves. Peter Bolling Wed Lunch H-32



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