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Activities & Clubs

We have nearly 90 clubs at SRV! Click here for the current list of clubs and contact information.

Do you want to renew or start a SRV Club? 

  • Club constitution and documents are due BY Jan 30th by including the online application. Turn all paperwork to R-16!

Attached are the forms you will need to fill out when starting or renewing a club:

Click on the club name for a link to the club's page (not all clubs have webpages on our website). If the club has no link, information can be found on our current list of clubs:

Act Right is a philanthropy club which allows students to do what they love while giving back to the community.

Club President : Tomer Fidelman

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Advisior : Kyle Nash

Advisor Contact : srvhsdrama@gmail

Location : PAC

Meeting Dates / Times : Tuesday at lunch

To mix together creativity while raising awareness of ongoing problems of the world.

Club President(s) : Anvita Sharma and Cathy Sigamony

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Advisior : Ms. Elizabeth Burke

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Location : Room J2

Meeting Dates / Times : Every other Thursday


To bring awareness to the Asian culture through food, sports, and games.

Club President(s) : Matthew Chu and Nick Teng

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Advisior : Ms. Karen Bonnar      

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Location : Room C3

Meeting Dates / Times : Every other Thursday

More information coming soon!

Purpose : To play Badminton

Club President(s) : Ryan Dang, Justin Ho

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Alternate Email : None

Advisior : Mr. Cliff Hatch

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Location : Gym

Meeting Dates / Times : TBA

Purpose : To bring people together who enjoy bowling.

Club President(s) : Peter Mundle

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Advisior : Ms. Cara Messina

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Location : Room R2 & Danville Bowl

Meeting Dates / Times : 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month & Once a month at the bowling alley

Purpose : To end stigma of mental illnesses

Club President(s) : Rebeca Ramos-ochs & Carrie Christensen

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Advisior : Ms. Christina Harrinton-Tsai

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Location : Support Counselor Office

Meeting Dates / Times : TBA

Mission Statement:
To help create an effective student voice on campus with insight to promote a positive impact on  San Ramon Valley High School.

Purpose : A club that organizes a student voice on campus. With a goal of establishing a stronger communication between students, parents, teachers, and administrators. We will hopefully partner in meetings each semester with representatives from each area to discuss common goals for our campus.


Club President(s) : Kate Tavella

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Advisor: Mrs. Debra Gliozzi

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Location: TBD 

Meeting Dates/Times: One Thursday a Month


Informational sites:

Challenge Success Program

Challenge Success on Facebook

SRVHS Challenge Success Survey

Challenge Success Student Club (CSSC)


Student presidents:

Jack Estes

Colby Brooks

Kate Tavella

Emma Backshall

Taylor Jewett

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Purpose : To donate crayons to children programs such as schools and hospitals.

Club President(s) : Aria Vaziri

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Alternate Email : N/A

Advisor : Mr. Steve Johnson

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Location : D103

Meeting Dates / Times : Every other Thursday


Purpose : To appreciate all different cultures through food, music, clothing, movies, language and to have fun.

Club President(s) : Christopher Rudewicz and Amanda Santana

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Website: Cultural Appreciation Website 

Advisor : Mr. Robison

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Location : H1

Meeting Dates / Times : TBA

Environmental/Engineering Program (E2)

Purpose : To make SRV an environmentally aware and sustainable campus.

Club President(s) : Katie Parker

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Alternate Email : N/A

Advisor : Mrs. Cindy Egan

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Location : New Staff Lounge

Meeting Dates / Times : Every 3rd Wednesday. Until January, which is the 4th Wednesday. And February and March with are both the 18th of the month.

Portfolio Requirements for E2 Program

E2 Program Check List

Welcome to the Fair Chance Club page!

Fair Chance is (mostly) an after school club where students volunteer to spend time with the special needs kids. Come in to R15 any day after school or during lunch to eat popcorn and play games with Ms. Kamal's students. 

Learn more about Fair Chance Club

Club Presidents- Lynsie Wendt, Ashley Wise, Risha Patel, Kylie Kumnick, Reganne Koeltl and Devyn Macleod 

Log Hours Here

Feel free to email us at if you have any questions. ☺️

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Purpose : Christian athletes learning about the experiences of the faith of other athletes.

Club President(s) : Michaela Protenic

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Alternate Email : N/A

Advisior : Mr. Don Busboom

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Location : E2, A2

Meeting Dates / Times : Every other Wednesday

Purpose : To bring awareness and activism to social issues that have affect in and out of our community.

Club President(s) : Selen Ozturk & Niq Muldrow

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Advisor : Mr. Jackson

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Location : I -4

Meeting Dates / Times : Every Thursday

Purpose : To bring together the fishing community of SRV and allow others to fish for the first time. 

Club President(s) : Kyle Wong

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Alternate Email : N/A

Advisor : Mr. Chris Busse

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Location : J3

Meeting Dates / Times : First wednesday

Our purpose is to create a safe space for all students on campus and to create a more equal environment.

GSA is committed to provide support to Lesbian Bisexual Gay Transexual. If you need help and can't wait, please contact the Trevor Project, a national organization focused on LGBT crisis and suicide prevention: 866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386).

If you want more information about LGBT issues, check out GLSEN.

Club President(s) : Ce-Lai Fong and Devon Fields

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Advisior : Ms.Kim Tretten

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Location : L2

Meeting Dates / Times : Every Friday

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Purpose : To provide girls with the opportunity to learn how to code, and how to create a mobile app!

Club President(s) : Sarah Guller and Milena Gonzalez

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Advisor : Ms. Cindy Egan

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Location : D208

Meeting Dates / Times : Every Wednesday

Purpose : To promote social justice, awareness, and activism through the use of fiction and fandom. 

Club President(s) : Katie Keeshen 

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Alternate Email : N/A


Advisor : Mrs.Traci MuMullen

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Location : R3

Meeting Dates / Times : Every Tuesday 

Purpose : To promote ice hockey.

Club President(s) : Parker Stone

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Alternate Email : N/A

Advisor : Mr. Don Busboom

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Location : TBA

Meeting Dates / Times : TBA

Purpose : To help students gain leadership skills and to become knowledgeable about careers in the healthcare field.

Club President(s) : Christina Gallup

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Advisor : Mrs. Forsythe

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Location : S5 lab

Meeting Dates / Times : Every other Monday

San Ramon Valley High School is proud of its Interact Club which meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month in room H1.   The clubs faculty adviser is Mr. Paul Aburrow.  For more information contact Club President John Fischer and Jordan Grey

Interact Club Mail: OR

Meeting Location / Times: 
E4 every other tuesday

About Interact

Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people ages 14 to 18. Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but they are self-governing and self-supporting.


Each year, Interact clubs complete at least two community service projects, one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill. Through these efforts, Interactors develop a network of friendships with local and overseas clubs and learn the importance of


  • Developing leadership skills and personal integrity
  • Demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others
  • Understanding the value of individual responsibility and hard work
  • Advancing international understanding and goodwill

As one of the most significant and fastest-growing programs of Rotary service, with more than 10,700 clubs in 109 countries and geographical areas, Interact has become a worldwide phenomenon. Almost 200,000 young people are involved in Interact.

Purpose : To fund-raise to assist the Make-A-Wish® Foundation make wishes come true

Club President(s) : Tiffany Chu

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Advisor : Mr. Eric Melvin

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Location : B2           

Meeting Dates / Times : every other Wednesday

Welcome to the home page of the Mountain Biking Club!

We join together to learn about and discuss mountain biking. 

Our Mission: The positive development and mentoring of young men and women through Mountain Biking with a focus on Health, Fitness, Leadership and Active Community Service


We meet in room B2. Our faculty advisor is Mr. Melvin.

For more information please contact our club captain:

Christina Adams.

or Mr. Melvin at

***Link to our outside web site at SRVMTB Website


Recreational clubs are solely so students can discuss their enthusiasm for various recreational activities. Although students may choose to gather on their own outside of school to participate in recreational activities, no such activities will be sponsored or endorsed by SRVHS. Students participating in these activities do so at their own risk and without any affiliation with the SRVUSD.

New member applications are due on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, at 3:30 pm. Complete applications can be turned in to the NHS application drop box in the counseling office between Monday, March 25th and Wednesday, March 27th. It is recommended that you print out a complete packet (files are linked below) and read through it before you start filling it out.  Acceptance into NHS is dependent on what you have done in the past, not what you want/plan to do in the future.

The application requires you to contact/get signatures from adults who have witnessed and can vouch for your don't procrastinate. Please see Mrs. Isseks with questions.

Website & Documents

Purpose : To raise money for orphaned children in the NPH homes.

Club President(s) : Emily Kaye

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Advisor : Señora Herron

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Location : I2

Meeting Dates / Times : Every first monday

Purpose : To share the skills, ideas, thoughts, and talents of photography.

Club President(s) : Eva Koart

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Alternate Email : N/A

Advisor : Andrew Williams

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Website : We have an Instagram account called @SrvPhotoClub

Location : J1

Meeting Dates / Times : Every 1st and 3rd Monday at lunch

The PTH Club is a community service based club where high school kids can get involved and make a difference in the community we live. We have folks in need right in our back yard, like Martinez, where our club can reach out and help. We are committed to reach people of all ages in our local community to provide aid for their needs. Through working together with this common goal, our high school community will see that it is truly much better to give than to receive.

Pledge to Humanity Homepage

This club's purpose is to have fun and make new friends while rollerblading! Meetings are Wednesdays in E3. 

The President is Madi Medearias. Questions? Email .

The San Ramon Student Ambassadors club is devoted to improving the climate of our school by addressing issues that are current and or emerging in our student’s lives.

The San Ramon Student Ambassadors club is a student organized and run club.  The students identify the problem areas on campus and come up with the actions plans to resolve the issues.  Each year we evaluate the success of each committee and add or remove committees as the situations demand.

Our membership is open to the entire student body. The only requirement to membership is the member’s commitment to being active in the club and attending at least 75% of all club meetings.

Our membership numbered 28 members at the start of the 2008 school year and has seen steady growth as the word spreads around campus of our club and its mission. We currently have over 400 active members and expect our numbers this year to top out in excess of 600.

For more information about our club please visit our website at or email us at