Student Clubs and Organizations provide a place for our students to be involved in activities of their own interests that are organized by peers and overseen by faculty.

Student Clubs & Organizations

Clubs and Organizations at Maranatha serve to develop students as whole persons – offering opportunities for community service, leadership training, and cultivating interpersonal skills. Eligibility for any extracurricular program associated with Maranatha High School is conditioned upon satisfactory academic and behavioral performance and is subject to the club and/or organization guidelines for membership.

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  • Ambassador Club

    Our Purpose: The Ambassador Club is to serve Maranatha High School by supporting the Admissions Office. The club’s goal is
    to assist prospective student applicants to determine if Maranatha is the appropriate school for them. You may be asked to do things such as give tours, pass out name tags, direct visitor traffic for special events, attend Ambassador bonding events and activities, and above all, be flexible and committed in availability and service. Ambassador Club Leaders will represent Maranatha High School with a Christ-like attitude and a servant’s heart.

    Advisor: Rachel Ponton '09
  • American Red Cross

    Our Purpose: Is to help those in need across our community.

    Advisor: Miguel Almena
  • Art Club

    Advisor: Ms. Diane Barnhart
    Meeting day once a month in room Art Room AC 105
  • Asian Student Association Club

    Our Purpose: To create a space for Asian students at Maranatha to come together and celebrate their culture and race. The club is not exclusive to Asian students, but we will focus on our Asian students and facilitate conversations about Asian identity development in Maranatha, the US, and the world.

    Advisor: Jason Wang
  • Badmitton Club

    Advisor: Mr. Phil Chew
    Meeting day- B Day
  • Big League Fishing

    Advisor: Aaron Holbert
  • Black Student Union (BSU)

    Our Purpose: The Black Student Union seeks to provide a safe space on campus where black students can feel encouraged and challenged. We welcome all students and want to collaborate to make our school and community a better, more inclusive place. 

    Advisor: Alexandra Brown
  • Blitzball

    Advisor: Noeh Martinez
    Meeting day is on E day
  • Bucket List Club

    Our Purpose: To help foster a sense of community at Maranatha.

    Advisor: Ji Choo
  • Bullet Journal

    Advisor: Devan Douglass
    Meeting day on E Days business lunch classroom AC217
  • California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

    Our Purpose: The California Scholarship Federation chapter at MHS works to address the needs of those in our community through student leadership and dedicated service. Within MHS, CSF nurtures the hearts of MHS servant leaders to become more like Christ, the ultimate servant leader, who himself was dedicated to showing love to all those around him. Through CSF service projects, which cover a broad spectrum of community needs, students become more aware of how they can lead, love, and serve their community. 

    Advisor: Kerry Roche
  • Car Club

    Our Purpose: To share our love of cars.

    Advisor: Ted Yu
  • Chess Club

    Our Purpose: Establish a community to bond over the game of Chess.

    Advisor: Tyler Shattuck
  • Chinese Christian Fellowship & Culture Club

    Our Purpose: The club’s objective is to spread the gospel by creating an accepting atmosphere that’s open for testimonies and questions regarding Christianity for the Chinese students. We also hope to form a supportive community that would embrace the Chinese culture and provide care for the Chinese students.

    Advisor: Monica Chan
  • Computer Science Competition Club

    Our Purpose: The purpose of this class is to gain knowledge in computer science, to find useful ways to solve problems, to participate in USACO (USA Computing Olympiad), and to participate in other fun hackathons for high school students. 

    Advisor: Ted Yu
  • CSF

    Our Purpose: To support many organizations through service.

    Kerry Roche
  • Cybersecurity Club

    Advisor: Miguel Almena
    Meeting time is during lunch in the TILE Lab
  • Entrepreneur Club

    Advisors: Miguel Almena and Diane Barnhart
    Meeting days are E Days business lunch in AC205/Tile Lab
  • Esports Game Club

    Advisor: Miguel Almena
    Meeting day is B-E Day at lunch in the TILE Lab
  • Faith and Fellowship

    Advisor: Mr. Pat Mesisca
    Meeting days on E Day business lunch in classroom PE101
  • Fencing Club

    Our Purpose: To educate students about the sport of Fencing.

    Advisor: Michael Mancini
  • Hellenic Club

    Advisor: Allison Dobbs
    Meeting days is the 1st Wednesday of the month in classroom AC202
  • Hispanic Honors Society

    Advisor: Alba Breitenbacher
    Meeting day is on C Day during lunch
  • Indomitable Spirit Club

    Advisor: Mr. Mike Mancini
    Meeting day is on B Day
  • International Student Club

    Our Purpose: The International Club exists to help international students adjust to new learning and living environments. We would also like to promote cultural exchange between domestic and international students through different activities.

    Advisor: Joel Staggers
  • Korean Culture Association

    Our Purpose: To spread Korean culture.

    Advisor: Ji Choo
  • KPop Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Carrie Arcos
    Meeting days are Thursday during lunch
  • Math Club

    Our Purpose: To create an environment for students who are passionate about math to challenge themselves with math questions that are outside of the usual classroom curriculum. In addition, to get students ready for the Annual American Mathematics Competition.

    Advisor: Monica Chan
  • Medical Health Science Club

    Advisor: Marie Sutton
  • Nanoseed Club

    Our Purpose: Club members work together to raise money for kids in rural China and bring our community together through meaningful conversations.

    Advisor: Alba Breitenbucher
  • Old Lady Crafting

    Advisor: Laurel Peabody
    Meeting time is on A Day  during lunch in the Theater room
  • Photography Club

    Advisor: Dijuan Hannah
    Meeting time is on B Day Business Lunch in the TILE Lab
  • Ping Pong Club

    Our Purpose: Enjoy Ping Pong fun!
    Advisor: Ted Yu
    Meeting time is once a month in the Gym porch
  • Poetry Club

    Our Purpose: To explore the tool of Language.

    Advisor: David Martinez 
  • Recycling Club

    Advisor: Steve Wilke
    Meeting time is D Day during lunch
  • Science Club

    Our Purpose: The Science Club is to find out more about the world through science. We are fascinated by just the abundance of things to learn, explore, and discover in the universe. The ways we facilitate our curiosity is through going to events such as the Science Bowl, Science Olympiad, and SeaPerch. These events provide platforms where we can learn about different things and put them to the test in joining with other schools in these competitions. Apart from competitions, the club is a place where people that love learning about the world gather and where we can see the world through the lens of science in a fun and absolutely mind-blowing way!

    Advisor: Nathan Spear
  • Sports Medicine Club

    Our Purpose: Volunteering together, and hosting the on-campus Blood Drive.

    Advisor: Alicia Vessey

    Meeting every E Day Business Lunch in the Trainers room
  • Sports Talk Club

    Our Purpose: Building community through sports talk.

    Advisor: Matt Ketterling
  • Table Top Game Club

    Our Purpose: Building community with games.

    Advisor: Nathan McAleese
  • The Finer Things

    Our Purpose: To explore Literature together.

    Advisor: Tyler Sattuck
  • Tutors 4 Kid

    Our Purpose: Tutors 4 Kid aims to help these students adapt to a new way of learning. We are an affiliate of La JaJa Kids, which was founded in 2010 in Southern California. In our free program, student tutors assist their tutees to achieve academic excellence through online learning.

    Advisor: Cheryl Dixon
  • Ultimate Frisbee

    Our Purpose: Building community through Ultimate Frisbee.

    Advisor: Robert Gonzalez
  • Under Water Diving Club

    Our Purpose: Working to protect the Ocean while also introducing Diving.

    Advisor: Jason Wang
  • Womens Robotic Club

    Our Purpose: Empowering young women in the field of Robotics.

    Advisor: Miguel Alemna