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Clubs on Campus

There are many clubs at Simi Valley High School. Some are special interest clubs like the Horticulture Club. There are service clubs like Key Club and Interact, as well as CSF (California Scholarship Federation) which is an honor club. Students desiring to form a new club should talk to the Director of Activities, ask for a copy of the ASB Constitution, and follow the procedure as written. Students desiring to join a club should watch for Club Rush Day, held in September, or contact the ASB Office to find out how to get involved in campus life. There’s something for everyone, so show your spirit and join in the fun!

Please note that any costs associated with clubs, athletic teams, or other school organizations are donations and no student is excluded from participation due to the inability to make donations to a program.  

Here are clubs that are currently active on campus...


Academic Decathlon Dr. Zhou
American Red Cross Ms. Marsh
Annual Club Mr. Lindell
Anonymous Help Mrs. Peterson
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Mrs. Lauer
Cancer Awareness Club Ms. Marsh
Choral Music Mrs. Wescamillo
Circle of Friends Mr. Goodrich & Ms. Ruiz
Class of 2018 Ms. Urie
Class of 2019 Ms. Hamilton
Class of 2020  
Class of 2021  
Creative Writing & Poetry Club Ms. Todd
Curly Brackets Coding Club Lisa Giacalone
Deca Club Mr. Porter
Eco Action Mrs. Speidel
Elite Dance Club Ms. Christman
Fellowship of Christian Athletes TBD
FIDM Ms. Caal
Forensics (Speech & Debate) Ms. Urie
Health & Hiking Club Ms. Kelley
Horticulture Club Mr. Mankey
HOSA Mrs. Speidel
Instrumental Music Council Mr. Pracher
Interact Mr. Ham
Interscholastic Equestrian League Ms. Rosuck
Junior State of America Mr. Vitale
Key Club Ms. Rosuck
Leadership Mr. Kiunke & Ms. Christman
Liberty in North Korea Dr. Zhou
Maroon Mob Ms. Christman
Mock Trial Ms. Rosuck
National Honor Society Ms. Wismar
Pageantry Corps Mr. Pracher
Pep Squad Ms. Bailey
Ping Pong Club Mr. Wickwire
Poetry Club Ms. Lauer
Robotics Club Ms. Giacalone
Rock Band Club Mrs. Crane
S.W.I.F.T. Academy Ms. Plahn
Safe School Ambassadors Mrs. Johnson
Science Club Ms. Way
Sewing Club Ms. Hamilton
Spanish Club Ms. Cadena
Sports Medicine Ms. Gallo
The Ally Club Ms. Kelley
Thespian Society Ms. Crane
Tri-M Music Honor Society Mr. Pracher
Video Production Club Mr. Derian
Yoga Ms. Ellis


Membership in the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is based on academic achievement and the previous semester’s grades in particular required courses.  A list of the courses is available from Mrs. Peterson in S-14. Students become eligible in the second semester of their freshman year.  Four semesters of membership, including one in the senior year, earn students a gold cord at graduation.  Each student who joins CSF is required to complete five hours of community service through opportunities provided by the club or pre-approved by Mrs. Peterson or the CSF board. These hours should be separate from service hours accrued for other clubs on campus, scouts or church groups, etc. There is a $15 membership fee per semester that goes toward a small scholarships awarded in senior year. If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by K-21 to ask Mrs. Peterson.

This club was formed to enhance the musical experience of students enrolled in our choral music classes, and facilitates performance opportunities by means of fundraising, planning, publicizing events etc. The club, advised by choral music teacher Brittney Wismar, meets bi-weekly at lunch or after school in room M-8.

HOSA - Health Occupations Students of America
HOSA is a nationwide organization that is designed for secondary and post-secondary students of Health Science. The chapter at Simi Valley High School is comprised of our Medical Health Careers (MHC) Pathway students who benefit by increased test scores through their participation in the club. Our curriculum includes HOSA to educate students in the job skills and cooperative learning skills needed in the field of Health Care. Meetings take place every Wednesday during a zero period CTE health elective that incorporates HOSA into its curriculum. Mrs. Alisa Speidel and Mrs.Tammy Harter are advisers for HOSA and head our MHC Pathway program.

Sponsored by Rotary, and advised by Mr. Dan Ham. To provide opportunities for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international integrity.

Sponsored by Kiwanis. To develop initiative and leadership, to provide experience in living and working together, to serve the school and community, and to prepare for useful citizenship.

The Mock Trial competition team is open to interested students.  Coached by Ms. Ryan Rosuck, the Mock Trial team simulates the presentation of a criminal case at the Ventura County Courthouse before Municipal and Superior Court judges.

The purpose of the SVHS Pep Squad is to develop school spirit, encourage and promote positive crowd participation, and serve as positive student role models by displaying good academic standing, outstanding citizenship, good sportsmanship, and quality leadership at all school functions. Ms. Kristina Bailey is the coach for the Pep Squad.

All students are welcome to join in the lunchtime fun! Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month, or on the first day of major tournaments. Tournaments occur on a regular basis on two top-of-the-line ping pong tables, and the winners receive trophies or medals. Holiday tournaments are on the calendar for this year. The Ping Pong Club encourages healthy competition and good times! Mr. Rob Wickwire is the advisor for the Ping Pong Club.

Project Ally is Simi Valley High School's gay-straight alliance. Meetings are held every Tuesday during lunch in room D12. The purpose of the club is to create alliances between the gay and straight communities, encouraging acceptance of differences and providing a safe space for all students.


To provide students with a vessel to become involved and educated about theatrical productions. The goal is to inform motivated students about productions and auditions outside of school, finance the plays performed by the Performing Arts Class, possibly produce original theatrical works created by students, hold fundraisers and visit professional productions outside of school. Ms. Sharon Crane coordinates our Thespian Society activities.

The club's aim is to foster advancement in the art of video production, and generate revenue for the video production department by filming, editing, producing, and marketing the early graduation video at Simi Valley High School. Advisor Mr. Derian gives notice of meetings when they become necessary.