Anime Club:

For more information contact Ms. Meier: cami.meier@puhsd.org


Asian Culture Club:

In Asian Culture Club we go to high school conferences and learn about the asian culture. We also occasionally have bonding days and potlucks. We meet during lunch, 1st lunch in S105 and 2nd Lunch E109. For more information contact Mr. Raymond: dennis.raymond@puhsd.org


Astronomy:

The Astronomy Club is for students who are interested in the moon, planets, stars, spacecrafts, and anything else space related! The club meets after school the 2nd and 4th Mondays each month in L101. For more information contact Mr. Jennings: joe.jennings@puhsd.org


Black Student Union:

BSU is a student based social club that promotes Unity, Academic Excellence, and Cultural Awareness for all students at Paloma. The club intends to celebrate the contributions and achievements of African Americans, increase student academic success and increase student community and campus involvement. BSU meets every 2nd and 4th Friday during both lunches in room E115. For more information contact Ms. Nicholas: tania.nicholas@puhsd.org


Boys Tennis Club:

Encourage the sport of boys tennis. Club meets every Tuesday night on Paloma courts 6-8 PM. Bring a racquet, and/or a friend, and/or a family-member, and come play tennis! For more information contact Mr. Williams: reagan.williams@puhsd.org


Campus Rev:

Campus Revolution or Campus Rev is a Christian Club that meets weekly (Thursdays) in U102 during both lunches. The purpose is to teach the truths of the Bible in a non-threatening format. All people are welcome to attend. For more information contact Mr. Holzer: gary.holzer@puhsd.org


Critical Hits Gaming:

If you want to play card games, miniature games, and old fashion RPG’s then you belong here. Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, Board Games, Magic the Gathering, Pokemon, YuGiOh, Warmachine, Warhammer 40k, and MANY more. We meet on Tuesdays from 3:10 to 4:10 and on Thursdays from 3:10 to 5:10 in room C107. For more information contact Mr. Payne: brian.payne@puhsd.org


Dance Club:

Dance club is for students who are enrolled in dance class. This club meets on Mondays after school and supports students desire to create dances, bond with other students and express themselves through movement. Dance club provides support to other dance programs on campus such as Anomalous Dance Group and DCAP. For more information contact Ms. Leboss: myshia.leboss@puhsd.org


Drama Club:

Drama meets once a month for a open fun, games, performance and snacks meeting. Drama club’s primary function is to support the main stage productions. We meet mostly to discuss production, costs, auditions, tech crew, costumes, lighting and sound. All students are welcome to join us as part of the production crew for the productions at any time. We are after school most days. We love help! For more information contact Ms. Fomby: stephanie.fomby@puhsd.org


Engineering Club:

The Engineering Club is dedicated to the purpose of promoting the dissemination of engineering & scientific knowledge. We apply this knowledge with the intent that it will aide students in future employment and educational opportunities. The Engineering Club meets on Mondays in room B130 from 3:15 - 4:00 For more information contact Ms. Arguello: sandra.arguello@puhsd.org


Fashion Club:

Fashion is a club that consists of students who are enrolled in CTE Fashion. For more information contact: Ms. Gahre: jodi.gahre@puhsd.org


Fellowship of Christian Athletes:

FCA wants to help students and athletes be able be positive leaders on campus. We also want to help students and athletes to be able to a handle the unique pressure and stress they face in their lives. We meet in R103 for first lunch and J109 for second lunch. For more information contact Mr. Paulsen: andrew.paulsen@puhsd.org


Feminism Club:

Meetings are Wednesdays after school in room S112. For more information contact Mr. Pineaux: foster.pineaux@puhsd.org


Freshman Class of 2020:

Help plan freshman class activities.The club meets Mondays during 1st lunch in room L105. For more information contact Ms. Ramos: cindy.ramos@puhsd.org


Friday Night Live:

Our purpose is to organize drug and alcohol free activities for PVHS students. These activities include planning Red Ribbon Week, trips to amusement parks, and attending leadership conferences. We meet Wednesdays in L-117 during both lunches. For more information contact Ms. Jones: patricia.jones@puhsd.org


GSA:

For more information contact Ms. Smith: elizabeth.smith@puhsd.org


Interact Club:

Community-based projects: Public library book sales- Sun City, Mayor’s Ball- Menifee Lakes CC, Feeding the Homeless- Mary’s Kitchen San Bernardino, Rose Parade Rotary Club, float decoration- Pasadena, Christmas Parade- Perris, Dog kennel fund raiser shoe drive- Menifee, Books for project- Africa, Relay for Life- Menifee. Meetings are held Wednesday’s during 1st lunch and after school for 2nd lunch students in room S113. For more information contact Mr. Williams: reagan.williams@puhsd.org


Junior Class of 2018:

The Junior class is primarily responsible for planning Prom! Revenues from Prom help with the costs of Senior year activities. We meet as needed in room S102 during first lunch. For more information contact Ms. Frieberg: kimberly.frieberg@puhsd.org


Key Club:

Key Club is operated through the Kiwanis organization, and the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization organized by elected officers that teach leadership through service to others at school, in the community, and globally. We hold blood drives, school and service clean-ups, tree planting; attend and hang out with fellow clubbers at the Fall rally at Magic Mountain and the Annual Cali-Nev-Ha Convention. Most universities recognize the importance of leadership as a Key Club officer and will provide scholarships to those students involved with the building of the organization of it throughout their high school years. We are looking for students who want to make life-long friends and make a difference at PVHS, in Menifee, and our world. We meet on Tuesdays at lunch in D108. For more information contact Ms. Lennertz: kathryn.lennertz@puhsd.org


Link Crew is a mentorship program for freshmen. Juniors and Seniors may apply for consideration in January of each year for the following school year. Each applicant is interviewed and selected participants must attend mandatory trainings to be a part of this organization. Link Crew Peer Leadership is an A-G class. More than half of our leaders are in the class. In addition, the option of being a Peer Tutor in a freshmen AVID or College and Career class is available. A few leaders are only able to be a part of the club. These leaders are still very active in the monthly social events on campus. For more information contact Ms. Getchel: kari.getchel@puhsd.org


Mock Trial:

Meetings are Tuesdays after school in room S112. For more information contact Mr. Pineaux: foster.pineaux@puhsd.org


National Honor Society:

National Honor Society is a club that students can apply for if they receive an invitation. The club is for students that have shown academic achievement, social involvement, and school participation. It looks good on college applications to be in this club. Mr. Lundstrom: ryan.lundstrom@puhsd.org


NJROTC:

NJROTC is a character developing “program”… more so than a club. We focus on citizenship, teamwork, and discipline. We are in the business of making leaders. For more information contact: MSgt. Puebla: frank.puebla@puhsd.org


Ohana Mahi Aloha:

Ohana Mahi Aloha is a dance club focused on various Polynesian dances. We perform both on and off campus at a variety of events. Performing at certain events is based on tryouts. All students with various dance skill levels are welcome. We meet twice a week, usually Tuesday and Wednesday, from 3:30 to 5:30pm in the Media Center. For more information contact Ms. Martin: monica.martin@puhsd.org


Peer Leaders Uniting Students:

PLUS is a leadership class on campus with the purpose of promoting kindness and compassion. PLUS students run forums each month to give students the opportunity to speak about issues on campus and develop an understanding of their peers. For more information contact Ms. Bradley: katie.bradley@puhsd.org


Ping Pong Club:

Encourage the sport of table-tennis. Play ping pong daily. Hold contests for the entire school each semester. Meet in room S113 during 1st lunch daily. For more information contact Mr. Williams: Reagan.williams@puhsd.org


PVHS Phyte Club:

For more information contact Mr. McManamon: james.mcmanamon@puhsd.org


Robotics:

Our robotics teams compete against teams from all over the world in a competition called FTC. Join our team and learn skills that will help you seek careers in science, technology, engineering, computers, and math. We meet in room L111 or S101 after school Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:15 to 5:15. For more information contact Mr. Wilson: michael.wilson@puhsd.org


Science Club:

The Science Club is for students to come and meet to talk about their Science experience at Paloma and their future science endeavors. Science clubs have gotten together to raise money for the academically challenging Science Olympiad and Physics Day at Magic Mountain. We are meeting right now to talk about the AP TED Talks at the end of the year. We meet Wednesdays after school in C104. For more information contact Mr. DiMauro: anthony.dimauro@puhsd.org


Senior Class of 2017:

The senior class is responsible for the following: senior parking spots, senior sunrise, grad nite, and any other senior only activity that happens at PVHS. The club meets as needed to plan events in E110 during 1st lunch. All seniors are welcome to join the meetings. For more information contact Ms. King: alison.king@puhsd.org


Sophomore Class of 2019:

We coordinate a few events throughout the year and do some fundraising for the class. We meet on the 1st Friday of each month during 2nd lunch in room D102. For more information contact Mr. Lapp: brian.lapp@puhsd.org


Square One:

For more information contact: Ms. Schmidt : maria.schmidt@puhsd.org


Student Store:

Student store is a club that consists of students who are enrolled in CTE Retail Sales and Marketing and work in the student store. For more information contact Ms. Gahre: jodi.gahre@puhsd.org


Student Venture:

Student Venture meets Monday in S102, during first lunch and D102 during second lunch. We encourage kids to love their fellow students, teachers, families and God. We help students get on a good path for their futures in their college or career ambitions. For more information contact Mr. Vangeison: tom.vangeison@puhsd.org


World Language Club:

We meet Monday’s second lunch in J104. For more information contact: Ms. Calas: darcy.calas@puhsd.org


Yearbook:

Yearbook is a class as well as a club. All students who want to participate in yearbook must be a member of the class. Meetings for the yearbook club happen as needed during the class period. Students who are interested in joining the yearbook class, can apply in April for the following year. For more information contact Ms. King: alison.king@puhsd.org


Young Artist Collective:

Art club is for students who are are interested art and learning to work with new mediums. We welcome all skills, from beginner to advance. No skills are needed to join art club. We seek students that have a passion for art and art making. We meet Thursdays from 3:10 to 4:10 in room B134. For more information contact Ms. Arroyo: ana.arroyo@puhsd.org


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