High School Clubs Offer Fun Ways to Connect!

Did you know there is a surf club at King’s High School? We’re talking actual, ride-the-waves surfing, not paddle boarding, which has become popular in Seattle. These students don wetsuits and catch waves out at Westport and other ocean beaches.

Today during lunch, the high school held its annual Club Fair. This loud and festive event showcased a wide range of opportunities that are available to King’s High School students. Club leaders set up booths for nearly every type of interest, and students munched on Dick’s burgers as they looked for ways to get involved.

One table drew in people with a Ukulele music trio. Of course, they were the Ukulele club. Robotics brought a competitive robot for display. Drumline set the beat. Drama’s sign lit up the room. Spanish had some pretty hot props.

Take a look at the list of ways our students join in community:

The River

International Club

Social Justice

Debate

Drama

Ukulele

Environmental Club

DECA

Alpine Club

Connection Club

Tutoring

Robotics

Black Student Union

Wander Club

Spanish Club

Drumline

Reading Club

Writer’s Club

ARK (Acts of Random Kindness)

Young Life

Sheepdogs

Art Club

Spike Ball Club

Surf Club

Racket Sports Club

Gardening Club

If you’d like more information, please contact ASB Advisor Kari Denton at kdenton@kingsschools.org.