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Hayward High School offers many opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities outside of athletics. Some of these extracurricular activities are associated with Clubs, which are Student Organizations formed and led by students on campus. Clubs usually meet during lunch time or after school and are open to any and all students that may want to join. 

Club Day, Winter Carnival, and Hay Day are all excellent opportunities for students to observe the variety of clubs and activities that Hayward High has to offer.

Any student may form a club by going through the process created by the Associated Student Body (ASB).  Steps for Forming a New Club can be found to the right and Club Policies and Club Formation Applications can be found in the locker on the left (also on the Approval Proccesses page). For further information contact the ASB Club Liaisons or the Activities Director.

Clubs Calendar - Meetings, Fundraisers, and More

Clubs - Presidents, Advisors, Meeting Days and Times

Who to Contact

 

Sarah Bautista
Activities Director
Rm: B
-5

Club Meeting Days

  • Monday
    • Lunch
      • Color Guard (Chior Room)
      • CSF Club (A-20)
      • HHS Scribes (C-01)
    • After School
      • FRESH (C-X)
  • Tuesday (All during lunch)
    • Interact Club (K-05)
    • Drama Club (A-26)
    • HHS Spoken Word (B-05)
    • Club Avid (A-27)
  • Wednesday (All during lunch)
    • AP Hitchhikers (C-03)
    • Poly Club (D-05)
    • Anime Club (A-24)
    • German Club (E-05)
    • Puente Raza Club (C-10)
  • Thursday
    • Lunch
      • Indian Student Union (E-07)
      • Gospel Grounds Ministries (Chior Room)
      • GSA (A-15)
      • Pangea (A-26)
      • Math Club (Every Other)
    • After School
      • Photography Club (B-04)
  • Friday (All during lunch)
    • Anime Club (A-24)
    • Gospel Grounds Ministries (Chior Room)
    • Cause Club (K-04)
    • HHS Scribes (C-01)

How to Gain Approval for a New Club

 

Step 1: Obtain the proper Club Formation Form, Club Policies Contract, and Club Petition Form from the Activities Director in room K-5, or download the appropriate forms from the Student Organizations website. All the forms need to be filled out thoroughly and signed, where applicable, by the prospective club president and the prospective club advisor. If you do not fill out all forms completely your club will not be considered for approval.

Step 2: Write a constitution and bylaws for your club. Sample constitutions may be viewed in room K-5 and you may download a sample constitution and sample bylaws from the Student Organizations website to use as a template if you wish. Your prospective advisor should proofread and sign your constitution before it is submitted.

Step 3: Bring your completed Club Formation Application, signed Club Policies Contract, Club Petition Form with 20 signatures, and signed constitution to the Activities Director. The Activities Director will then schedule the Executive Council meeting that your request will be brought up at. Executive Council meets weekly on Mondays during fourth period (Leadership), so please keep that in mind when awaiting for approval. At this time the Activities Director may also ask you pertinent questions regarding your proposed club and may disapprove your proposed club at his/her discretion.

Step 4*:If you make it past Step 3, the Executive Council Members, who are members of the student body, will review your club and vote on its approval. You should be sure to explain your proposal in detail to the Activities Director or an Executive Council representative so you can answer any questions the Executive Council may have, you do not want your club denied due to a lack of information.

Step 5*:If the Executive Council approves your club then your request will go up for review with the Administration. You may check back with the Activities Director a week after the Executive Council meeting to find out if your club has been approved by the administration.

*You may be required to make adjustments to your club’s constitution after any one of the above listed meetings before approval.*

Step 6:If you are approved by both the Executive Council and Administration then you may officially form your club and begin recruiting members and planning meetings with your advisor.

If you are not approved, the Activities Director will be happy to tell you why.

Note: To form a club a Hayward High Staff member must agree to advise the club and a petition of interest in the club must be signed by twenty people. If you do not meet these requirements your club will not be considered for approval.

Active Clubs for the 2013-2014 School Year

 

Anime Club
AP Hitchhikers
Biology Club 
Cause Club
Chemistry Club
Chess Club
CSF Club
Color Guard
Dance (Main Attractions)
Drama Club
Feminist Club
FRESH
German Club
G.S.A.
Gospel Grounds Ministries
HHS Scribes
HHS Spoken Word
Interact
Latinos Unidos Club
Leadership Club
Math Club
McGamers Club
Pangea
Photography Club
Poly Club
S.O.C.