School Clubs

CJSF - In 1967, the California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF) was founded to foster high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship in the middle school/junior high grades. Like CSF, CJSF emphasizes service to the school and the community while encouraging pride in scholastic achievement.

The California Scholarship Federation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to recognize and encourage academic achievement and community service among middle and high school students in California. There are approximately 1500 chapters in middle school and high schools throughout the state, and each chapter is comprised of students members who meet eligibility requirements. Each chapter is led by a staff adviser.

Eligible students become members by submitting applications based on their report card grades. Membership is for one semester, and membership drives are held each semester within established periods dictated by the State bylaws.


PAC Club

Performing Arts Crew (PAC) is the leadership team that meets monthly, and more often when needed, to assist in the behind the scenes organization, fundraisers, and preparation for the Band, Choir, and Drama Concerts and performance field trips.


Drama Club

Drama club will meet on Fridays to help prepare students for the Thalia Drama festival hosted by Ceres High School. Students will be directed in learning monologues, duo scenes, musical numbers, and a one act. This club will allow for more rehearsal time outside of the drama class and give those who are not in the class a chance to participate.


Gaming Club: The goal of Gaming Club is to provide a safe place for students to hang out after school. The students are able to play board games, card games and video games. Furthermore, students will be encouraged to succeed academically and socially. 


Anime Club: The purpose of Anime Club is to provide a safe place for students to hang out after school. The students will be introduced to many different types of anime and cartoons. They will be given opportunities to express themselves artistically as well as to learn about Japanese culture as well as other cultures through animated shows.