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Club Rush in the Quad

Are you interested in joining a club at Foothill?

Club Rush will take place on Sept. 14th in the Quad and surrounding areas. 

You may also contact the club advisor’s directly for more information. 

Club Name Club President Club President School Email: Teacher Advisor Teacher Email Purpose of Club
Angel Kicks Malaika Fortes malaikaf2807@mytusd.org Martha Farrell mfarrell@tustin.k12.ca.us Promote the benefits of sports by collecting the equipment necessary to participate in such activities to distribute back to low-income families in the community
Art Club Kasden Phillips kasdenp3124@mytusd.org Rose Huntington rhuntington@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the Art Club is to create new forms of art around the school such as painting murals or designing the lockers, hallways, etc.. The Art Club's goal is to achieve presenting more art around the school.
Asia Rising Ricky Poulsen richardp1666@mytusd.org Derek Rueschenberg drueschenberg@tustin.k12.ca.us The Asia Rising club is created to help raise awareness for the Asian culture amongst Foothill and the real world. We aim to talk about real-world issues such as Asian hate, how we can help stop this, and to bring more Asian culture to the foothill community. We want to inspire and encourage people to embrace their Asian heritage and make it a safe place to spread positive messages about Asian culture.
 
AVID Club Jessy Segura jessys4800@mytusd.org Ms. Dang kdang@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the AVID Club is to encourage students all academic year long and assist them in choosing a course of study after high school. Additionally, it was made to inform students about volunteer opportunities, deadlines for college applications, and other pertinent information. Overall, it's a secure environment for students to share concerns about the future and ask questions while providing support as they navigate the college application process.
Book Buddies Alison Farr alisonf4239@mytusd.org Mrs. Michalak mfarrell@tustin.k12.ca.us The Book Buddies Club is dedicated to increasing the number of students reading for fun. We will choose a book to read each month and then meet up and discuss our thoughts, creating a positive and fun environment. Once we have finished reading we will then donate our purchased books to libraries for other children to enjoy.
 
Book Exchange Club Yazmin Gonzalez yazming4983@mytusd.org Ms. Subherwal csubherwal@tustin.k12.ca.us The Book Exchange Club is designed to allow people to meet and discuss books they enjoy. Members will also be able to make friendships and increase their own knowledge about books and literature. The Book Exchange Club will partner with The Book Truck to organize book drives.
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Allyson Morishita allysonm3995@mytusd.org Christine Ivory civory@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the California Scholarship Federation is to encourage academically motivated students to become active in and to offer assistance to their community. Each semester, members participate in a club-organized service project for a different group in Orange County. The motto of the California Scholarship Federation is “Scholarship for Service.”
Chess Club Richard Loewe richardl1872@mytusd.org Chanderika Subherwal csubherwal@tustin.k12.ca.us The Chess Club’s purpose is to provide a place for any chess player at Foothill to play against their fellow students, as well as to teach people a game that historically has been known to improve memory, problem-solving skills, and patience.
Club Care Madison Tuley madisont3722@mytusd.org Josh Hermanson jhermanson@tustin.k12.ca.us Club Care intends to develop and display human compassion by giving back to humankind and aiding our community. In our club, members will participate in various philanthropic activities, targeting a specific area of contribution to our society. In order to effectively make an impact regarding philanthropy and instill a greater sense of generosity, we intend to hone in on specific volunteering opportunities periodically, shifting focus each quarter of the school year. Divided into separate units, our group will focus on aiding both animal and women’s shelters, helping children, and bettering the environment. Students will develop empathy and a greater connection to the world around them through both volunteering and participating in the creation of care packages.
Club Choc Joscelyn Ramos joscelynr4703@mytusd.org Mrs. Duesler rduesler@tustin.k12.ca.us Club Choc was created to have students at Foothill have the opportunity to volunteer at Choc Children's Hospital and bring joy to the kids at the facility by decorating the hospital on holidays and special events. As well, the club is a chance for students to gain volunteering hours
Club SOAR Sarah Bonello sarahb7894@mytusd.org Mrs. Duran tduran@tustin.k12.ca.us Our purpose is to meet specific needs within the community by assisting Foothill students and families with financial challenges, specifically around holidays.
Compass Christian Club Sofia Schrader sofias2208@mytusd.org Mrs. Duesler rduesler@tustin.k12.ca.us The Compass Christian Club is designed to give students a more in depth way to study the Bible at school.
Cookies 4 a Cause Roman Umnas romanu2996@mytusd.org Mrs. Campbell kspangler@tustin.k12.ca.us Cookies for a Cause is not only for Foothill Students to use baking with their friends as a creative outlet and a fun way to de-stress, but also give back to the community and expose them to many local organizations and the impact they have.
Creative Writing Club (CWC) Kaley Dubbs kaleyd2703@mytusd.org Bri Manassas bmanassas@tustin.k12.ca.us CWC is a club for anyone who wants to write. Our goal is to create a fun space for sharing one’s writing.
Dungeons and Dragons Club Paige McRitchie paigem2748@mytusd.org Ms. Pineda mpineda@tustin.k12.ca.us To create a community for those interested in the game Dungeons and Dragons
Ethan and Choco’s Book Club (“ECBC”) Maddy Posner madelinep3279@mytusd.org Mr. Hermanson jhermanson@tustin.k12.ca.us ECBC is derived from the nonprofit of the same name, whose purpose is to make access to books and reading part of the care kids receive at CHOC Children’s Hospital. ECBC will be dedicating itself to fundraising for the purchase of books for CHOC Hospital, in addition to contributing to the organizational aspects of the nonprofit.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Reagan Yates reagany7901@mytusd.org Mrs. Kendall skendall@tustin.k12.ca.us Our club is designed to be a safe space to spread the message of the gospel through campus ministries, coaches, and athletics. We work to uplift and support our community with fellow believers on campus.
FHS E-Sports Justine Jucaban justinej2838@mytusd.org Ms. McDermott jmcdermott@tustin.k12.ca.us The FHS E-Sports club is established for the purpose of creating a safe and open environment where students are welcome to play, socialize, and learn more about video games. FHS E-Sports is designed to bring students that share an interest in competitive E-Sports together in a competitive and exciting environment, to learn more about various games, team building/chemistry, and competing. All while maintaining good grades, and leading a balanced life. The club will contribute to Foothill High School by pushing students to stay motivated, and giving the students something to look forward to. It also provides many opportunities for growth and learning, such as the creation and practice of “soft skills,” including communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity. Furthermore, it provides structure, interpersonal communication, the development of STEM and technical skills, and even marketing, video production, and business-related skills. Many of these skills are sought out by employers, and E-Sports can also provide a gateway and gets students prepared for colleges and universities.
Folk Music Club Wyatt L. Pallow wyattp2165@mytusd.org Mrs. Dehn, Chelsea cdehn@tustin.k12.ca.us Folk Music Club allows students to partake and explore American/European folk music in a non-judgemental, open-minded environment. We encourage a relaxed experience including both instrumental and vocal music that maintains flexible arrangement and composition. Opportunities to participate in community and school wide events as an ensemble will also be openly provided.
Foothill Cosplay Club Erin Knostman erink3251@mytusd.org Hannah Hollingshead hhollingshead@tustin.k12.ca.us The Foothill Cosplay Club’s goal is to present a space where students who like to see and create costumes (or those who want to learn) can meet and socialize, forming close friendships and bonds. We want to create an environment where people feel safe and encouraged to explore their creativity. We also wish to provide opportunities for those from lower income households to engage in a hobby that tends to present itself as quite expensive.
Foothill Dirt Jack Trepus jackt3259@mytusd.org Sharon Kendall skendall@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the Foothill mountain bike club is to provide an opportunity for all students to get more connected with our community through a fun, healthy and competitive sport. We also aim to train participants to become competitive racers who contribute to statewide team competitions in the NICA (National Interscholastic Cycling League)
Foster Care Club Parker Lizar parkerl6163@mytusd.org Dean Crow dcrow@tustin.k12.ca.us The Foster Care Club is a club that helps raise awareness and benefit struggling foster children with any blankets, diapers, school supplies, Halloween costumes, or anything else that would help the children's life with any wants or needs. This club will usually have one or two drives per year permitted by the school. The donations will help support the Koinonia Family Services where they will give the donations to other foster families locally.
French Club Dara Farnoush daraf7882@mytusd.org Mlle. Stein sstein@tustin.k12.ca.us We have been created to provide everyone with the opportunity to experience french culture and to immerse themselves with another part of the world.
Friday Night Live Jasmine Yazdani jasminey2546@mytusd.org Ms. Saul dsaul@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the Friday Night Live club is to raise awareness of substance abuse.
Game Design and Development Club Neil Ketteringham neilk3885@mytusd.org Mr. Goto mgoto@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of this club is to have students make game(s) on a professional level over the course of a school year.
Gay Straight Alliance / Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Mckenzie Siudzinski mckenzies2816@mytusd.org Mr. Kavigan rkavigan@tustin.k12.ca.us GSA is a safe space to discuss sexuality and gender with unconditional support. This year, GSA will focus our meetings on learning more about the LGBTQ+ community as well as promoting positivity and acceptance on campus. We will discuss mental health, identity, and the history of major LGBTQ+ figures and pivotal events with respect. This year, we hope to reach out to more students and spread awareness, advocating for the LGBTQ+ community.
Girlboss Club Maizy Abbey maizya8043@mytusd.org Mrs. Wollmack Williams   The Girlboss Club is a safe place to talk about women’s issues and how they affect us as young women. The Girlboss Club unites its members and helps the next generation of women be fearless, strong, and empowHERed.
Go Green Mariam Kashif mariamk4318@mytusd.org Jason Falkin jfalkin@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the Go Green Club is to help promote sustainability around Foothills Campus, while raising environmental awareness to encourage students to make “green” lifestyle choices.
Got Your Back Uganda Lauren Mendez Laurenm4189@mytusd,org Justin Lewis jlewis@tustin.k12.ca.us Got Your Back Uganda was created to help raise awareness and supply for the kids and teens in Uganda. Our club specifically allows our members to connect with kids and teens in Uganda to form a friendship that will stick with each other forever. We advocate to bring each other up even from thousands of miles away in order to give supplies and an education to those who are in need.
Hidden In Plain Sight Club- Human Trafficking Awareness Club Ruby Reynaud rubyr4327@mytusd.org Mrs. McDermott jmcdermott@tustin.k12.ca.us This club allows an opportunity for students to learn about Human Trafficking in the community. It aims to raise awareness regarding the issue and its connection with the Foster Care System.
Hoops 4 Doug Caydence Bach caydenceb3296@mytusd.org Mr. Namba vnamba@tustin.k12.ca.us Hoops 4 Doug is created to share Foothill students' love for the game of basketball with our special needs community at school. We hope to spread positivity and foster inclusivity on the court just like Coach Doug did after his time at Foothill.
Key Club Audrey Vu audreyv3708@mytusd.org Dr. Hershberger thershberger@tustin.k12.ca.us Key Club is an inclusive, international student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Knights Who Care Milla Borresen millab7942@mytusd.org Mr. Osorio bosorio@tustin.k12.ca.us Knights Who Care is a club that interacts with the Specialized Academic class on campus! That can include anything from playing board games, doing crafts, or even watching a movie. Our goal is to make sure that they feel included on our campus and to create an environment on campus where everyone has a space to feel included.
Knit for the Need and Crochet for the Cure Amaya Salim amayas7923@mytusd.org Mlle. Samantha Stein sstein@tustin.k12.ca.us To foster and to teach people a very creative and unique talent that may come in handy in their life. All projects made (scarves, hats, stuffed animals…) will be donated to charity to help others.

Club Name Club President Club President School Email: Teacher Advisor Teacher Email Purpose of Club
MESA (Middle Eastern & South Asian) Anarghya Umesh anarghyau2773@mytusd.org Mr. Hermanson jhermanson@tustin.k12.ca.us MESA is a club designed to bring the small (and shared) cultural community we have at Foothill High School together. Coming together with people of same backgrounds to share experiences, celebrate important cultural dates, and find a stronger sense of each of our identities.
Metal, Rock & Blues Club Pablo Lopez-gallego pablol1890@mytusd.org Ms. Stein sstein@tustin.k12.ca.us to reach and teach people about music. We will discuss several topics on these genres (how they originated, how they’ve influenced one another, analyzing lyrics, and more). Music will be shared between club members and those who don’t play instruments will hopefully be inclined and influenced to pick one up. The basic point of the club is to discuss and share music, as well as possibly inspire people to play it (music can help people emotionally and I wish to bring it to others for that reason).
Muslim Student Association (MSA) Zayd Khan zaydk3728@mytusd.org Mr. Myung jmyung@tustin.k12.ca.us The Muslim Student Association will help create a community of Muslim students at Foothill, by holding weekly prayers as well as attending volunteering events. More information can be found here: https://www.msanational.org/about
MyHeartBeatsForNoah Emma Connally emmac4277@mytusd.org Sean Connally sconnally@tustin.k12.ca.us The MyHeartBeatsForNoah Club is designed to donate to families with critical heart children and CHOC Children’s Hospital.The money raised from fundraisers will go towards either directly to the families and CHOC or through gift baskets that we will donate.
National Honors Society Anne Marie van der Hoek annev1659@mytusd.org Ms. Pineda mpineda@tustin.k12.ca.us National Honor Society allows academically motivated and well rounded students to make a difference in their school, or community through service events each semester.

The purpose of this club is to engage students in volunteering, benefit the community through service projects, promote leadership, and give students scholarships based on their service.
Operation: Be Kind Derik Le derikl3926@mytusd.org Mr. Hermanson jhermanson@tustin.k12.ca.us Operation Be Kind was created to spread kindness to the community through volunteer work. We want to be the reason people smile who undergo hardships, health problems, or just someone who needs kindness in their life. We want to inspire and encourage people to be kind and compassionate to everybody. I am hoping to create a new chapter of this organization to make a difference at Foothill and the rest of my community.
Orphanage Assistance Fund Alexander Phan alexanderp3121@mytusd.org Jason Paul jpaul@tustin.k12.ca.us The Orphanage Assistance Fund at Foothill is part of a larger organization that partners itself with high-schools across Southern California on a mission to raise funds for orphanages across the world that may need our help. This club at Foothill is another chapter which promises to dedicate whatever time and resources we have to help The Orphanage Assistance Fund with its mission.
Period Power Cadin Pinney cadinp4053@mytusd.org Mr. Hermanson jhermanson@tustin.k12.ca.us The Period Power club is designed to raise awareness about the needs for affordable and accessible period products. The Period Power club's goals are to help people in our school and outside of our school get access to period products.
Philosophy and Debate Club Dara Farnoush daraf7882@mytusd.org Mrs. Womack Williams lwomackwilliams@tustin.k12.ca.us We have been created to provide everyone with the opportunity to speak their mind on philosophical matters, to raise discussion, and to practice public speaking and debate.
Pi Club Alon Elbaz alone3696@mytusd.org Mrs. Kendall skendall@tustin.k12.ca.us The objective and purpose of the Pi Club is to analyze and interpret the origins of various types of mathematics in a philosophical matter with discussions, while helping them learn about specific subject. It is designed to educate students at Foothill to learn some contextual knowledge about what they’re learning in their Math classes and how it is created.
Pickup Basketball Club Raymond de Vente raymondd0435@mytusd.org Ms. Pineda mpineda@tustin.k12.ca.us The Pickup Basketball Club is designed to build camaraderie between students by playing a game that we love.
Ping Pong Club Sawyer Kim sawyerk4988@mytusd.org Joy Kim jkim@tustin.k12.ca.us Ping pong club is club where students gather to play ping pong and improve themselves physically through the sport of ping pong.
Podcast and Debate Club Sama Ziq samaz7992@mytusd.org Erica Furniss efurniss@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the club is to be a lively environment to discuss contemporary issues, interesting topics, and wild hypotheticals. It also focuses on directing your opinions to your interlocutor as well as the audience.
Political Crisis Club Morgan Gomez morgang4341@mytusd.org Josh Hermanson jhermanson@tustin.k12.ca.us Our purpose is to practice and emulate real-world systems to learn about international politics
Pre-med Club Nathan Sotelo nathans5052@mytusd.org Ms. Kim jkim@tustin.k12.ca.us The Pre-med Club is intended to educate those who are interested in going pre-med in college and to also provide opportunities to those who are curious in the medical field.
Priceless Pets Isabela Gunz isabelag2580@mytusd.org Saul dsaul@tustin.k12.ca.us The Priceless Pets club is designed to bring awareness to the adsorption process of pets. The Priceless Pets club is teaming up with the Priceless Pets Rescue to communicate with the students at Foothill and hopefully start up charities to support pets all in need of adoption.
Project 7 Bible Club Sophia Iberri sophiai5112@mytusd.org Chelsea Dehn cdehn@tustin.k12.ca.us P7 Bible Clubs are designed to help students to create a closer relationship with their peers and God. P7 is a national organisation that reaches out to middle and high school students all over the country, teaching the Acts 2:38 gospel and creating inseparable bonds between members that will last for life.
Roman Catholic Club (RCC) Anthony Miyashiro anthonym3713@mytusd.org Chelsea Dehn cdehn@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of RCC is to inform students about the catholic faith and, for people who are already actively involved, to grow their faith as Catholics. This club will not try to convert anyone in any way, shape, or form, only inform people about what it is all about.
Rotary International: Interact Club Zion Choi zionc5090@mytusd.org Mr Bell sbell@tustin.k12.ca.us The goal of the Interact Club is to develop leadership, give back to the community, and interact through volunteering services.
Scholars of Stoicism Nicholas Eagan nicholase3837@mytusd.org Shanon Kendall skendall@tustin.k12.ca.us In a time where students may feel lost, our purpose is to spread the message that by focusing on the present moment, all the worries from the past and future can be washed away.
Science Olympiad Courtney Beneda courtneyb2588@mytusd.org Mr. Roundy proundy@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of Science Olympiad as a club is to unite and prepare ourselves for the Science Olympiad Competition that takes place in February at UCI. We spend our meetings and personal time planning for the competition, making teams, and preparing in order to score as high as we can, hopefully to win a medal. The team spends time researching new scientific ideas that they are unfamiliar with, furthering their search for new knowledge on topics they already enjoy.
Smash Club Adan Garcia adang4058@mytusd.org Katie Montgomery kmontgomery@tustin.k12.ca.us To develop a Competitive/Casual Community around Super Smash Brothers
Spanish Honors Society Julia Cervantez juliac4219@mytusd.org Mrs. Zelaya jzelaya@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the SHH is to recognize and appreciate students enrolled in Spanish and further promote the further study of the Spanish language and culture.
Spikeball Club Grant Johnson grantj1996@mytusd.org Emily Phillips ephillips@tustin.k12.ca.us Spikeball Club is designed to have fun playing a well known and loved game.
Stocks and Investments Club Dara Farnoush daraf7882@mytusd.org Mrs. Ivory civory@tustin.k12.ca.us We have been created to provide everyone with the opportunity to learn the basics of managing personal finance and growing assets.
Stress Less Club Addison Cervantes Chang addisonc3748@mytusd.org Ms. Subherwal csubherwal@tustin.k12.ca.us The Stress Less Club is all about learning how to decrease stress and live healthier lives. We will focus on good time management and taking time for yourself to relax. We will also invite all members to monthly outings to destress (hikes, picnics, etc.).
Student Activists Mathilde Hebras mathildeh3241@mytusd.org Mrs. Womack Williams lwomackwilliams@tustin.k12.ca.us The Student Activists seek to foster discussion and action concerning prominent social issues. We encourage diverse viewpoints in order to help widen others’ horizons, and promote acceptance of all identities.
Students for Soley Sunshine Amanda Kendall amandak1510@mytusd.org Mrs. Kendall skendall@tustin.k12.ca.us Soley Sunshine is a Philanthropy designed to bring joy into the lives of people with mental health conditions. To do so, we write and decorate letters of affirmation and send these out.
sunrise club brooke beal brookeb3086@mytusd.org Maggie Wilkins mwilkins@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of the sunrise club is to get people together and be reminded to take care of our planet through being in nature and watching the beautiful sunrise the earth provides us.
Surfrider Foundation of Foothill High School Club Kimberly Escalante kimberlye4993@mytusd.org Kendra Fisher kfisher@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of Surfrider is to motivate our Foothill students to protect our oceans and take action.
The Brownie Club Aman Gandhi amang2297@mytusd.org Chanderika Subherwal csubherwal The Brownie Club is designed to bring recognition to multicultural desserts around the world. We would bake absolutely delicious dishes and have a fun time together.
The Hammock Club Ali Shimabuku alis3132@mytusd.org Ms. Phillips ephillips@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of Hammock Club is to create a space where students spend more time outside hanging with new friends and growing in an environment disconnected from school, sports and technology. The club is a way for students to be outside in nature more and outside their comfort zone while still sitting in a comfortable hammock.
TPSF Teens Rohan Kamdar rohank4035@mytusd.org Sharon Kendall skendall@tustin.k12.ca.us To be the arm for highbschool students to volunteer for TPSF programs and events or TPSF associated events.
Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) Vy Le vyl4052@mytusd.org Ms. Joy Kim jkim@tustin.k12.ca.us VSA is designed to help Foothill students experience Vietnamese culture through food tasting, vocabulary lessons, holiday celebrations, and introduction to Vietnamese history. Aside from enrichment, the Vietnamese Club aims to also fundraise and hold service events for the wellbeing of Vietnam as well as Asia.
Vocal Music Club Abigail Tweedt abigailt1646@mytusd.org Mrs. Dehn cdehn@tustin.k12.ca.us The Vocal Music Club allows students to learn about vocal music, especially if their class schedule does not allow for choir.
Words on the Street Riley Macias rileym39602mytusd.org Ms.Subherwal csubherwal@tustin.k12.ca.us Words on the Street is a book donation club in which we partner with homeless shelters and women's shelters (such as the Village of Hope and Thomas House) to ensure the education and entertainment of those living on the streets.
Worldwide Students Beirut Perez beirutp0721@mytusd.org Ms.Fisher kfisher@tustin.k12.ca.us Worldwide Students club will encourage the education of cultures. Student Volunteers will create monthly presentations to educate other students on a country’s culture. Students will have the opportunity to learn about at least 4 different countries. In order to establish an inclusive environment Worldwide Students will have at least 10 country representatives. All who will participate in monthly meetings. This will allow the mission: to educate, expand, and experience to reach full potential.
Young Black Scholars (YBS) Hannah Betterton hannahb6304@mytusd.org Mr Bonds jbonds@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose behind this club is to create an atmosphere in which
students can help one another strengthen their academic, social, and
business skills.
Younglife Sofie Antonius sofiea3794@mytusd.org Mr. Jellerson Jjellerson@tustin.k12.ca.us The purpose of our club is to create a safe environment for any and all students at foothill. A place where everyone can come together as a youth group to feel welcomed and accepted.