El Dorado High School

EDHS Clubs & Activities

Club Meeting Dates and Times
 |  Academic Decathlon  |  All Inclusive Activities Club  |  Art Club  |  Creative Crowd Photo Club  |  CSF (California Scholarship Federation)  |  Drama Club  |  Faith Out Loud  |  Generation Green  |  Girls Supporting Girls  |  Gay Straight Alliance  |  Hands for Hope  |  Health Academy AOK  |  HOSA  |  Interact  |  Key Club  |  Knitting and Crochet Club  |  Litterarum  |  Manos a la Obra  |  Natural Resources Club  |  ROAR Dance  |  Robotics  |  Speech and Debate

Club Meeting Dates and Times
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Academic DecathlonGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mr. Conrad
Club Description: Kids are given a set of materials that they study for a semester and then compete against other schools in the county.
When/Where: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at lunch in C233

All Inclusive Activities ClubGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mrs. Applegarth
When/Where: TBA
Club Advisor: Mrs. Verner
Club Description:  Pending
When/Where: Tuesday at lunch in V197
Requirements: Open to all.

Creative Crowd Photo ClubGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mrs. Bourque
Club Description: Creative Crowd is all about the beautiful pictures and the enthusiasm to capture the world's beauty!
When/Where: 2nd and 4th Monday of the month in V195
Requirements: Open to all.

CSF (California Scholarship Federation)Go To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Ms. Sparrow & Ms. Martin
Club Description: Honors Society
When/Where: First Friday of the month in D143
Club Advisor: Mr. Tomei
Club Description: To organize, promote, and rehearse the two main stage productions at EDHS, put on several smaller productions, to organize and fund drama field trips.
When/Where: Lunch in the theatre as announced in the Daily Bulletin.
Requirements: Open to all.

Faith Out LoudGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mr. Round
Club Description: A gathering of Christian students for support, encouragement, prayer, fun and fellowship.
When/Where: Wednesday at lunch in E258
Requirements: Open to all.

Generation GreenGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mr. Plewa & Mr. Mullins
Club Description: The Generation Green Club is an on-campus club that promotes, supports and provides opportunities to be involved in outdoor education, leadership and development. We support these opportunities through field trips, competitive summer internship opportunities, and other public lands volunteer work. We host speakers on campus, fundraise for special events, and provide job/internship-related workshops on campus. If you are interested in a career in public lands, or just want to get outdoors, join the club and learn more about the opportunities outside!
When/Where: Tuesday at lunch in A200
Requirements: Open to all.

Girls Supporting GirlsGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mrs. Harrison
Club Description: Come to join the sisterhood and make life long friends while celebrating our beloved gender.
When/Where: Friday at lunch in B123.
Requirements: Open to all.

Gay Straight AllianceGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mrs. Sparrow-Fischer
Club Description: Helping people be understanding & accepting of others
When/Where: Tuesday at lunch in D142
Requirements: Open to all.

Hands for HopeGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Ms. Cox
Club Description: Pending
When/Where: 1st and 3rd Thursday at lunch in N4
Requirements: Application submitted to Ms. Cox

Health Academy AOKGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Ms. Wunschel
Club Description: Health Academy
When/Where: Last of Monday of the month in E152
Club Advisor: Mrs. Uber
Club Description:
When/Where: Last Tuesday of the month E152
Club Advisor: Mrs. Yurkovic
Club Description: Get involved in the community & participate in service projects. This is a service club sponsored by the Placerville Rotary. Meets at lunch.
When/Where: 1st and 3rd Wednesday at lunch in the Career Center
Club Advisor: Mrs. Trykar
Club Description: Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.
When/Where: 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the Thursday in C232
Requirements: Open to all.

Knitting and Crochet ClubGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Ms. Cox
Club Description: TBA
When/Where: Wednesday at lunch
Requirements: Open to all.
Club Advisor: Ms. Linden
Club Description: This is a club for people who love reading, good books, and want to join other book lovers to talk about good books they're reading or want to read. This group will also help recommend items for Mrs. Linden to add to the library!
When/Where: Wednesday at lunch in the Forum
Requirements: Open to all.

Manos a la ObraGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mr. Beasley
Club Description: Manos a la Obra Club is open to everyone, and dedicated to promoting diversity, Latino culture, community service, and higher education for its members.
When/Where: Meets 2nd & 4th Wednesday at lunch in A112
Requirements: Open to all.

Natural Resources ClubGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Mrs. Potter
When/Where: 1st Monday of month at lunch in E155 
Club Advisor: Mrs. Reed
Club Description: Promotes the benefits of dance.
When/Where: 2nd and 4th Tuesday at lunch in the dance room
Requirements: Open to all.
Club Advisor: Ms. Ferrell
Club Description: District-wide competition team. Learn about robotics & compete in regional events. No experience necessary. 
When/Where: 4:00-6:00 on Fridays after school at Virtual Academy, room S8
Requirements: Open to all.

Speech and DebateGo To Top of Page

Club Advisor: Ms. Winter
Club Description: If you love to talk or win an argument, this award-winning competition team is for you. Chance to have your say in both regional and national events.
When/Where: 3:30-4:30 on Tuesday and Thursday in C234
Requirements: Open to all.