Activities & Clubs
How to Start a New Club At Peninsula High School
- Complete the following...
- Email forms to Kim Demianiw firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them off to room 515
Clubs are reviewed every week. A club will not receive active status until the ASB-Leadership class has received all paperwork, ASB has approved the club, and the School Board has made the final approval. This process can take about a month.
- Art Club
- Band Council
- Community Inclusion Program (CIP) Youth Leadership
- DECA Club
- Drama/Theater Club
- Environmental Club
- Games (Table top)
- HOSA (Future Health Professionals)
- Interact Club
- Key Club
- Knowledge Bowl
- Magic the Gathering
- National Honor Society
- PHS Read Book Club
- Skills USA (ASL, Trades)
- Speech and Debate
Art Club is where Creative students meet to work on personal and group projects. We discuss techniques and share ideas and occasionally host professional artists for demonstrations. We create work for our annual Winterfest sale and use these funds to support our annual field trip to The Seattle Art Museum.
Thursdays—2 – 4 PM
Advisor: Mrs. Buchanan
This club assists with planning activities for youth of all abilities along with fun friendship events. Students serve as mentors as they build relationships, appreciate everyone's gifts, support one another, receive leadership training and learn to be self-advocates.
1st & 3rd Wednesday of each Month
Advisor: Joelle Rickard & Wendy Christiansen
This club provides students a relaxed and fun-filled setting to enjoy board games, study strategy, learn negotiating skills, and hone their competitive skills. Participants are given the opportunity to get professional design and play testing experience.
Advisor: Mrs. Ahlheim
An organization created to help students in our Biomedical Sciences Program develop leadership skills, networking opportunities, and competition opportunities. Student members plan meetings, organize fundraisers, engage in community service, and compete against other HOSA chapters.
Advisor: Mr. Collins
& Mrs. Riley
The Phoenix is a literary art magazine. It allows students the chance to submit creative writing, art, poetry, academic writing...basically anything they want to publish. The club will do some of its own work and will also accept work from the student body. Work will be published online. The clubs job will be to collect and view student work and then publish the work online.
Advisor: Mrs. Jinneman
The goal of this club is to promote interscholastic debate, oratory, public speaking, and interpretation of literature. Members compete in regional tournaments. Charted membership with the National Speech and Debate Association.
Mondays & Thursdays—after school
Advisor: Ms. Swainston