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Interested in belonging to or starting a new club?

New charters are completed for every club, every year. Club charters are required and approved by ASB. Clubs need to have a teacher advisor, at least 6 members and a clear mission that fits within our school mission and goals. Interlake has a wide range of clubs; community service, hobby, and discussion to clubs that travel and compete with other teams. Getting involved in a club is a great way to develop your leadership skills.

Club/Activity Advisor Meeting Dates Meeting Room
Acoustic Music Club-music club  Mr. Becker Fridays 3:30-4:30 Port. 5
African Student Association Mr. Hutcherson Tuesday 3:30-4:15 2710
American Civil Liberties Union Club Mr. Becker Thursday 11:10-11:50 1705
Amnesty International- grassroots human rights advocacy Mr. Cuffin Tuesday 7:30 Port 4
Animal Welfare Club-animal rights club Ms. Yancey Thursdays lunch  1622
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning club Mr. Peterson Thursday lunch 1809
American Sign Language Mrs. Halligan Thursday 3:30 (2nd and 4th of each month) 1622
Black Student Union-cultural club Ms.Gasca Wednesdays 1:00-2:00 Library
Boom Squad Ms. Hecht Thursday Lunch 2707
Bring Change 2 mind- discuss mental health issues Chelsea Kearns, Elena Gadre, Joana Chacon Mondays 3:30-4:30 2606
Chemistry Club– learn about Chemistry Mr. Rierson Mondays 3:30 1715
Chess Club-play and compete in chess Mr. O’Byrne Mondays 3:30-4:30 1708
Cybersecurity and hacking club– learn and compete in cybersecurity Mr. Peterson Thursdays 3:30 1804
Days for Girls- make feminine hygiene products for developing countries Ms. Alvarez Mondays 3:30 1801
Deca –learn about business and marketing Aric Weiker & Ms. Mathewson Tuesdays 3:30-4:00 1803
Film Club Mr. Richards Thursday 3:30 1406
Fleurs Mrs. Giuffrida Wednesday 7:30 AM 1704
French Club- cultural club Ms. Collomb Every other Friday 3:30-4:30 101
Future Business Leaders of America-Business business club Ms. Yancey Wednesdays 1-1:45 1705
Future Problem Solvers- critical thinking and problem solvers Ms. Yancey Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 1806
Game Design Club Ms. Wang Tuesday 3:30 Port 10
Gaming Club – play video games Ms. Spencer Fridays 3:30 2606
Girl Up- discuss women’s empowerment Ms. Chacon Thursdays lunch 2701
Girls Who Code– teach students the world of coding Mr. Kessler Fridays 3:30-5:40 Portable 1
GOVAA- action against gender oriented violence Ms. Lehman Fridays 3:30-4 2704
Green Team- educate students on preserving the earth along with service projects Ms. Lindholm Thursdays 3:35-4:00 L-2
HOSA– Health Occupations Students of America- promoting health and medical fields. Ms. Alvarez Thursdays lunch 1801
Inklings- creative writing club Mr. Constans Thursdays lunch P5
Interlake Inquirer- Interlake’s newspaper Mr. Alvarez Tuesdays 3:30 1702
Indians at Interlake- A club supporting Indians at Interlake Ms. Gadre Fridays 3:30 2606
Jewish Club  Mr. Becker Thursday 3:30 2709
JSA-  Political club Mr. Stearns Thursdays 3:30-4:30 2703
Key Club– Volunteer and service based projects Mr. Bennett Wednesdays 1:30 2712
Latinos Unidos– a Hispanic club Ms. Gasca Wednesdays 1:00 Library
LaunchX– entrepreneurship club Mr. Peterson Thursday 3:30 1809
Linguistics Club- learn about languages and compete Ms Halligan Every other Monday, 3:30 1622
Livebright– install solar panels in low-income areas Mr. Weiker Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30 1803
Math Club-learn and compete in math Mr. Kessler Mondays 3:30-4:30 P1/2610
Math National Honors Society- Mr. Kessler Tuesdays 3:30 P1
Metals-  Mr. Agnew 1st Wednesday monthly, 7:05am 1810
Me To We- humanitarian activism club Mr. Allen Thursday 3:30 1626
Model United Nations– learn and practice diplomacy Mr. Cuffin Mondays 3:40-4:40 P6
Money Managers Club Mrs. McDonald Monday 3:30 1705
Muslim Students Association- Ms. Cook Monday 3:30 1701
National Honors Society  Ms. Hayung Thursday 7:25am L1/L2
National Art Honor Society- visual arts club Ms. Cantrell Tuesdays 4:00 1516
Nelpers– fundraise to aid charities in Nepal Ms. Cook Tuesdays 3:30 1701
Ocean Science Club Phillip Allen
Operation Smile- help children with cleft palates Ms. Jiang Mondays 3:30 T108
Programming Club- a club for computer programming Ms. Bennett Thursdays 3:30-4:30 1809
Queer Straight Alliance  Mr. Shiery Tuesday 3:30 2607
Robotics Club-engineering and robotics Ms. Collomb Mondays & Fridays 3:30 1809
Rocketry- build rockets Ms. Jiang Tuesdays 3:30 T108
Science Club– a science club Mr. O’Byrne Fridays 3:30 1708
Science National Honors Society Ms. Gatewood Thursday lunch 1707
Science Olympiad-club that allows students to compete in science and engineering projects. Mr. Thompson Friday 3:30 Tech portable
Social Innovation Club Mrs. Garcia Thursday Lunch 1705
Speech and Debate-Debate and public speaking Ms. Weber Tues & Thurs 3:30- Library
Technovation make apps and compete Ms. Kickham Mondays 3:30 1710
Tri-M Music Honors Society- service-based music club Mr. King Every other Thurs lunch 1313
Technology Student Association- competition-based technology club Mr. Vandevanter Wednesdays 1:00 2712
Tetris Club  Ms. Kickham Wednesdays 1:00 – 2:00 1710
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