Connecting Through School Clubs

This week King’s High School held its annual Club Fair during lunch. With sixteen club booths, and some tasty Dick’s Burgers, students were offered a wide variety of extracurricular activities to get involved with this school year. Whether it’s Acts of Random Kindness Club, Robotics Club, or Drumline Club, there is a club for everyone!

Building up a resume of experience is something that will help in almost every aspect of a student’s academic and professional life – and it’s never too early to start. The importance of school clubs at times may be overlooked, however the life skills and lessons learned during a King’s student’s experience in the clubs offered can set them up for success in future careers.

King’s High School Senior, Baily McCutchen is going into her second year as the Wander Club leader. She believes that being involved with KHS clubs has created new friendships and taught her skills that she will be able to take with her after graduation. “I love being a part of a club because it allows me to meet more underclassmen and connect with people who enjoy the same things as me,” Baily said. “I decided to start the Wander Club (hiking club) because I love Washington and its mountains and so does our advisor, Mrs. Peterson. So every time we hike we have a blast!”

Here are the clubs King’s High School students can get involved with:

Acts of Random Kindness
Alpine Club
Art Club
AV CLub
D&D Club
Drumline Club
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
International Club
Link Crew
Robotics Club
Sketching Club
Social Justice Club
Stemettes
Tea ClubThe River
Wander Club

If you would like more information on KHS Clubs, please contact ASB Advisor Tyler Anderson at tanderson@kingsschools.org.