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Monrovia High School Club and Program Descriptors

 Academic Decathlon

Advisor: Josh Zeeman

The Academic Decathlon is a ten-event scholastic competition for teams of high school students.  Each high school enters a team of nine students: 3 “A” or Honor students, 3 “B” or Scholastic students, and 3 “C” or Varsity students.

AP Biology Club

Advisor: Shaun Ho

This academic club was created to help raise money to offset the expense of AP Biology field trips.

Annual Staff

Advisor:  Eric Miller

This group meets every day during 1st period.  They are responsible for producing the high school yearbook.  In order to join the annual staff, one must apply and successfully complete an interview with previous staff and the yearbook advisor.

AP Environmental Science (APES)

Advisor: Trinity Wedgworth

This academic club was created to help raise money to offset the expense of AP Environmental Science field trips.

Art & Philosophy Association 

Advisor: Tiffany Parker-Sands

Members discuss topics concerning art, philosophers and their theories.

ASB Leadership

Advisor: Paul Dols

The MHS Associated Student Body Leadership meets one period every day in the Student Activities Office.  This is also known as Leadership Class; it is made up of those students who applied for school-wide appointed or elected offices and were accepted.  This group organizes and runs all aspects of the student government, as well as clubs and activities at MHS.

Band and Pageantry

Advisor:  Daniel Magallanes

Band members meet sixth period to practice for parades and competitions.  They perform at many school functions including football games.

Black Student Union

Advisor: Anthony Flucker

The purpose of this club is to promote cultural awareness and a positive image of Black/African-Americans on campus and in the community, assist members to develop and maintain academic and moral excellence, celebrate diversity, and develop leadership skills.  Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors.  Membership is open to all.  Students meet at lunch every other Thursday in room 120.

California Scholarship Federation

Advisor:  Carlos Cuellar 

CSF is a club made up of students who maintain high grades each semester.  If a student qualifies for four semesters including one from their senior year, the student will wear honor cords at graduation.

Christian Club

Advisor: Luis Vazquez

The club’s sole purpose is to serve as a provider of the knowledge of God and would revel in the introducing of Christianity to the student body.

Club Cure

Advisor: Doug Butler 

The club’s purpose is to raise cancer awareness and fundraise to donate to The American Cancer Society and The Relay for Life.

Club Five

Advisor: Luis Vazquez

This club was created to enhance students’ outlooks on high level mathematics (calculus) and its impact on the world today, as well as to prepare AP students to score a 5 on the AP test.

French Club

Advisor: Holly Willaume 

French Club is open to all students interested in learning more about the French language and culture, including food, music, art and films. The club sponsors a variety of activities throughout the year: seasonal parties, visits to art museums and an end-of-the-year luncheon at a French restaurant.

Freshman Class Council

Advisor:  Jessica Meza 

Freshman class officers and representatives of the freshman class meet regularly to organize fundraisers and other activities for the class.

Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA)

Advisor: Kymberly Hyrst

GSA club is a student-run club that brings together LGBTQI+ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform to fight for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice.

Healing Connections

Advisor: Noelani Putirka

Healing Connections is a club with a goal to eliminate the stigma around mental health. It is a community of students that come together in a safe space to support one another, the community, and promote emotional wellness. 


Advisor: TBD

Interact is Rotary International's service club for high school students.  As a junior version of the Rotary Club, it seeks to provide the opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding.  Interact meets twice per month.

International Thespian Society (ITS)

Advisor: Nate Overby

This is the on-campus drama club. Club members support all the productions put on at MHS.  The club also holds drama festivals.

Junior Class Council

Advisor: Luis Vazquez

Officers and representatives of the junior class are responsible for hosting the Junior-Senior Prom in the spring

Key Club

Advisor: Derek Ong

This club, which has been in existence since 1922, is a service organization founded to promote the betterment of the community.

 Link Crew

Advisor:  Paul Dols

Club members are dedicated to mentoring and forming positive connections with freshman students.

Math and Science Academy (MASA)

Advisor:  Kristin Ford

Monrovia High School's Math and Science Academy (MASA) serves students who are interested in pursuing math and science careers. The Academy is part of a comprehensive, four-year high school curriculum that offers a highly competitive college-preparatory program and seeks to prepare students for success in college-level math and science classes. Approximately 15.3% of the student body at MHS is a part of MASA, which involves Advanced Placement classes, math and science clubs, professional seminar speaker series, junior year research project, and field trips that give students hands-on experience in the fields of math, science, engineering, and technology. The MASA Club exists to raise money for these experiences. 

Monrovia High School Good Foods Club

Advisor: Carter James

Good food, good people, and good fun. The Good Foods Club at MHS brings students together to celebrate life, various cultures, and the one thing we all have in common: food. The Good Foods Club also conducts food drives for local charities.

National Honors Society (NHS)

Advisor: Josh Zeeman

NHS is for students who maintain a G.P.A. of at least 3.5. Individuals must apply and be accepted in order to participate. Membership is based on scholarship, leadership, and service.

National Technical Honors Society

Advisor: Anne Battle

This group honors students who demonstrate high academic achievement in technical fields.

Orchesis (Dance Team)

Advisor: Samara Kelly 

Orchesis is the on-campus dance club.  Members perform dance routines for school events, including school-wide assemblies.


Advisor:  Paul Dols

Renaissance exists to support and recognize academic achievement.  The Renaissance leadership class meets every day during fourth period to plan and organize academic-related activities.

Rocketry Club

Advisor: Carter James

This club focuses on participating in the construction of rockets and taking part in the TARC competition.  They promote themselves and

others to pursue a career in the field of aeronautics and/or engineering by learning and understanding the rules and components of successful launches.

Senior Class Council

Advisors: Shawn Duff and Ryan Menlove

Officers and representatives of the senior class meet regularly to plan senior activities.

Skills USA

Advisor: Anne Battle

USA seeks to prepare students for leadership in the world of work. Membership may include all career technology students and teachers.


Advisor: Grace Valdez

Sophistique members unite to become proud in being who they are and to portray a positive attitude in their school and community.  The goal is to engender feelings of high self-esteem, assist teenagers in learning how to appreciate their physical appearance, and discover how empowering it is to be unique in a creative manner.

Sophomore Class Council

Advisor: Ashley DiSalvo

Officers and representatives of the sophomore class meet to decide on the class ring designs, plan fundraisers, and organize events for the class.

Spanish Club/Spanish Honors Society

Advisor: Evie Ochoa

Spanish language students meet to explore the cultures of Spanish-speaking people and have fun! Events include: volunteer work, fundraising, dances, and cultural events. Dues vary.

Wildcat Staff

Advisor:  Swava Stengel

This class/club works on the school newspaper during first period each day.  Students must apply to the advisor.  Eligibility: Student participants are deemed eligible for their respective activity if they have a 2.0 G.P.A. or better, with not more than one F for the grading period.  If a student participant has lower than a 2.0 G.P.A. with not more than one F, he/she is deemed probationary.  This gives him/her eligibility for five weeks from the beginning of the grading period.  After this time, by way of official grade check, they must show a 2.0 or better to remain eligible and continue participating.  A student participant is ineligible if, for the applicable grading period, he/she has two or more F’s or does not have a 2.0 or better after five weeks of probation.  (A grade of Incomplete [I] is considered an F until it has been made up and changed to a different grade in the school’s computer system.)