A.A.S.U. (African American Student Union)
The African American Student Union (AASU) is an educational, cultural, civic, social, and community service organization. The mission of AASU is to enhance the experience and address the needs of African American students, give them voice, and create a safe space to promote friendship and solidarity, while bridging gaps between all students on campus and in the community.
The purpose is: To positively represent African American Students in civic & social matters.
To serve as a gateway for African American students to learn about educational options and Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU). To take active measures in fostering an enriching environment for students attending Clovis West High School.
To actively participate in events on and off campus that provide enrichment and enlightenment to the precarious environments of our students.
Advisor: Monique McCoy
- Room: S Building Cluster OfficeAcademic Decathlon
Ten-subject academic competition that competes at the county and state level.
Advisor: Katherine Merrill
-Room: P12Always Stay Strong
To provide a safe, comfortable environment for persons who are battling mental illness and to raise awareness.
Advisor: Ashley Reigstad
– Room: P15Anime Club
To watch, review, and appreciate Japanese animation and comics in a positive environment.
Advisor: Corrina Torres
- Room S4Art Club
To gather young artists to collaborate and express artistic opinions
Advisor: Tim Pettengill
- Room P17
To support local and national ceramic competitions and to cultivate appreciation of the ceramic arts.
To introduce Chinese culture and value, and to generate interest in learning the Chinese language.
Advisor: Lili Wong- Room P9
Chess and Go Club
To broaden students perspective on board games. To provide interesting and fun activities on school ground, To encourage students to think.
Advisor: Lili Tsai-Wong- Room P9
To offer more knowledge about local and global issues, to teach club members how to lead activities so that we may share them with other schools, and to empower others to turn knowledge into meaningful actions.
Advisor- Lori Hurley- Room C 4
To start an education pathway for kids who want to go into teaching.
Advisor: Hailey Bonds- Room: J8
Campus/community service club to promote recycling campus-wide, campus beautification, and the San Joaquin River restoration projects.
Advisor: Todd Kennedy Room: E5
Mission Statement: Our goal is that Clovis West students may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. (adapted from Colossians 2:2-3)
Purpose: To provide spiritual encouragement and growth opportunities through Bible study, prayer, Christian fellowship, selfless service and personal evangelism.
Faith Club meets every Friday at lunch. Students are able to join in activities any time throughout the year.
Advisors: Ted Hawkins and Lori Hurley Room: P10
F.C.A. (Fellowship of Christian Athletes):
To allow coaches, athletes, and students the opportunity to meet and share spiritual values.
Advisor: Todd Kennedy Room: E3
FIDM Fashion Club
Members to express their passion for art, design, and fashion and provide information of FIDM scholarships and opportunities.
Advisor: Tracey Fowlkes SOAR Office
Aimed to expand one’s cultural and language experiences with French.
Advisor: Cherly Zahlis Room: P18
Friends of Rachel
To have a positive impact on our school and community.
Advisor- Lori Hurley Room C4
To inspire gamers and no-gamers to start gaming through game boards and videos.
Advisor: Eric Herzog Room E4
Hip Hop Club
For students interested in hip-hop dance culture.
Advisor: Monique McCoy - S Building Cluster Office
Mission: NHD Club members plan, coordinate, and conduct an annual History Day showcase for Clovis West Area feeder schools in order to develop and increasing appreciation for history and strengthen academic and intellectual skills in participants. NHD Club members will also support and compete in NHD contests for their own development and intellectual glory.
National History Day (NHD) involves students in conducting original research on historical topics of interest. These research-based projects are entered into contests at the Fresno County and California State levels, where the top student projects have the opportunity to advance to the National Contest at the University of Maryland. In addition to facilitating the discovery of the past, NHD also helps students develop the following attributes that are critical for future success:
Critical thinking and problem-solving skills,
Research and reading skills,
Oral and written communication and presentation skills,
Self-esteem and confidence, and
A sense of responsibility for and involvement in the democratic process.
Advisor: Ted Hawkins Room: P10
To build teamwork, creativity and acting skills.
Advisor: Sandra Hahn- Room: B3 / B7
Participates in fun and meaningful service projects that help people. Self-governing, interactive, and Rotary-sponsored, the club fosters friendships, leadership, and self-reliance. Opportunities include scholarships, leadership camp, youth exchange, and volunteering.
Advisors Erin Garcia & Hailey Bond
Invisible Children's Club
Invisible Children, Inc. is a National organization founded in 2004 to increase awareness of the activities of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) in Central Africa. Specifically, the group seeks to put an end to the practices of the LRA which include abductions and abuse of children, and forcing them to serve as soldiers. Invisible Children also operates as a charitable organization, soliciting donations and selling merchandise to raise money for its cause.
Advisor: Monique McCoy Room: S Building Cluster Office
Promote Japanese culture by furthering knowledge and interest in Japanese culture.
Advisor: Lili Wong Room: P9
Helps community create better awareness of common problems to all students.
Advisor: C. Torres Room: S4
Promote Korean culture and customs and educating students about Korean history.
Advisor: Lili Wong Room: P9
Latino Student Success Club
The Latino Student Success Club (LSSC) works to promote student advancement in higher education and unity among Latino students and their peers. The LSSC promotes Latino culture, values, pride and self-determination. Latino community student involvement and development will create a strong bond within the area that surrounds Clovis West High School. The LSSC aims to promote awareness of the invaluable contributions of the cultures of Africa, Spain, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. The LSSC is open to all students that have a desire to understand the Latino culture and encourages a diverse membership from all ethnic backgrounds.
Advisor: Richard Delgado
-SOAR OfficeL.E.O. Club
LEO members acquire skills as project organizers and motivators of their peers.
Advisor: Kassaundra Messick Room: E1Life Teen Club
A Catholic student organization, meets Tuesdays at lunch for fellowship and growth.
Advisor: Ruth Anderson Room: C10Natural Beauty
To bring groups of students together using Natural Beauty techniques and by promoting Self-Esteem.
Advisor: Monique McCoy - S Building Cluster OfficeOutdoor Adventure Club
Advisor: Jennifer Oren Room: E2Robotics
To increase exposure for students to various technologies in a fun but competitive setting by designing, constructing and running robots in competitions.
Lambert – SOAR Office
To introduce the sport of rock climbing and promote good sportsmanship and competition with the team.
Advisor- Joey Martinez Room A3
A national organization that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies. RHO KAPPA provides national recognition and opportunities for exploration in the social studies and will encourage an interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the social studies. Student Member Form
Advisor: Ted Hawkins & Derek Kisling Room: P10 & P4
Skills USA / Auto
For students interested in technical careers or innovations that are taking place in industry and technology. Drafting, woodworking, automotive manufacturing, welding, and computers.
Advisor: Michael Miller Room: N1
Southeast Asian Club
To promote interest Southeasr Asian ethnicities and fellowshipamoung students and staff. To spread awareness of different cultures, as well as their traditions, foods, and dances, etc
Advisor- Andrea Yang Counseling Office
To promote the spanish language, to provide experiences relating to spanish speaking cultures. to offier opportunities in our community.
Advisor: Blanca Gonzalez Room: P5
Students United through Native Nations (SUTNN)
SUTNN exists to promote increased awareness of Native American culture, issues and history. Promotes the advancements of Native American youth in higher education and develops unity among Native youth.
Advisor: Richard Delgado
– SOAR OfficeTheater West
To further the love of theatre both as a participant and as an informed audience.
Advisor: Sandra Hahn Room: B3Vape Free Club
To develope interventionsto address rising teenage vping trends. To educate high school and middle schooler about the health effects of vaping and addressing myths about vaping.
Advisor- Andrew Campbell Room P2