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Need to Contact an Advisor?

Best way to contact an advisor is through email. Their email is the first name initial, followed by their full last name and then “”. Example: Michael Jordan: OR see Mr. Braga, Activities Director in room 105/106/SBO.

FRESHMAN CLASS ADVISOR – Ms. Treyes                                  




For clubs/organizations listed as “ASSETS” under the description column, please contact ASSETS at for more information.

Academic, Competition, & Excellence (ACE)- DecathlonVACANTOrganization that promotes an educational experience by providing a format in which teams of nine high school students compete in an academic event



A place for any student who enjoys anime, manga, drawing, games, etc. We are a super-friendly group who enjoy experiencing and learning about Japanese culture through the media of Japan, and seeing its influence on other cultures.



Art Club

Thomas, R

Provide students with several outlets for self-expression, including collaboration opportunities, and access to information on all types of Art

Arts and Crafts


A place for practicing artists to hone their skills, develop their techniques and portfolios, collaborate with other artists like themselves, create bonds with the community through the arts, and learn how to work together through group projects that will beautify the school and community

Asian Youth Club (AYC)


To inform the students of Atwater High about the ways and traditions of the Asian culture and their language (INACTIVE)


Brewer, R.

AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) AVID is a non-profit organization that provides professional learning for educators to improve college readiness for all students, especially those traditionally underrepresented in higher education.

Ballet Folklorico

Vasquez-Brambila, M

The purpose of this club is to introduce cultural awareness through Latin American dance to the campus while students learn the history and interpretations of the dress and music used in the dances.



Band & Choir

Flores, M

Band is designed as a performing group for campus activities. Musical and marching activities are stressed. Study of band literature and opportunities to respond to and critique band performances are provided.

Biology Club

Figueiredo, C

Students learn the concepts of basic chemistry, evolution, physiology, reproduction, genetics, plant life and animal life (simple to complex), the human body (structure and function), and ecology

Book Club


To encourage reading by providing a safe environment where literary discussion can take place in a respectful manner.

California Scholastic Federation (CSF)

Kale, L.

To acknowledge and promote student achievement

Catan Club


To learn about the strategy game where players collect resources and use them to build roads, settlements and cities on their way to victory. (INACTIVE)

Chess Club

Williams, T

To broaden students' perspective on the game of chess.  

Cooking Club

A group who gather together on a regular or semi-regular basis to take on a large cooking project or explore an unfamiliar cuisine



Debate Club


Students work together to learn basic debating skills, researching and writing casework to compete in debate tournaments.


Gentry, L

Part international association of high school and college students and teachers of marketing, management and entrepreneurship in business, finance, hospitality, and marketing sales and service

Drama/International Thespian Society

Aguilar, J

Dedicated to bringing the joy and power of drama to students by providing high quality dramatic programming at the beginning and intermediate levels

Environmental Science Academy

Hart, C

Need to have a desire to take care of and improve the environment in which we live. 



Falcon Ink and Apparel

Thomas, R.

Allow students time, experience and assistance to develop their personal artistic style while gaining knowledge, observe and explore the work of the printmaking industry.

FCCLA (Family and Consumer Science

Button, B

Students will develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Brewer, J.

To allow coaches, athletes, and students the opportunity to meet and share spiritual values


MacIntosh, K

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Gaming Club


Gaming club is an opportunity for students to socialize and have fun together based on their hobby of playing video games. Students will have an opportunity to play multi and single player games, and spend time discussing gaming strategies and preferences.



Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)

Bond, M

Promotes the tolerance, understanding, and respect of differences at Atwater High

GraFX Club - Photography and Computer Graphics

Eckman, L and Terry, N

Club designed to ignite and explore the careers of Photography and Graphic Design.  Collaborative work with real clients or hone in your own personal skill and style!

Hallyu Wave Club

Lee-Jones, L.

The purpose is to spread awareness of the growing popularity of Korean pop culture in the United States and around the world. 

Hispanic Youth Leadership Council (HYLC)

or Hispanic Youth Leadership Academy(HYLA)

Green, H

The study of the Latino Culture, creation of new activities to help explore the clubs and traditions, and to motivate and educate students on the importance of academic success. 



HOSA- Future Health Professionals

Mehat, S, Avila, B, and Sanchez Urzua, A

This is the premier organization for student leaders pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. HOSA’s two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to enhance the delivery of quality healthcare to all people.


Reyna, J

Promotes international understanding and service to the school and community.

Images & Visions



Educate students about contributions of African Americans through community, cultural, and social activities (INACTIVE)

Key Club

Sanchez Urzua, A

Club works alongside the Atwater Kiwanis Club doing different community service events

Medical Spanish Club

Pimentel, M.

Find out if a career in medicine is right for you! Get an inside view on what different types of physicians and healthcare providers do, discuss current topics in medicine and the changing world of healthcare, and volunteer to help the medically underserved within our community.

LEO Club


Club works alongside the Atwater-Winton Lions Club doing different community service events (INACTIVE)

Mountain Sports

Hart, C

Enjoy nature and all that it has to offer. Fishing and hiking!! 



Photography Club


Students will have opportunities to hone their skills by understanding and learning about what makes a good photograph, from composition to artistic expression. In addition, members of this club will learn how to use state of the art software to edit and enhance photographic images for their own use, as well as for publication.

Physics Club

Avila, B

The Physics Club are students interested in learning physics skills after school with other students in a non-classroom setting. 

RoboticsJones, L

Robotics Club is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robots. At robotics competitions, teams of students must design and build a robot that can compete against opponents in a series of specific challenges.


Sierra Nevada Club

Hart, C

Our members are interested in conservation and enjoyment of wilderness and the natural world.  We organize hikes and other outdoor activities; we also provide focused response to environmental issues in the region and operate entirely by volunteers.

Skills USA

Castro, A; Jones, L; Eckman, L; Aguilar, J, Thomas, R; Terry, N; Fairfield, S

A nonprofit national education association, SkillsUSA serves our students by preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service (including health) occupations.

Team Sports Club


An extension of the regular physical education instructional program, including the development of movement skills, health-related fitness, and personal and social responsibility, conducted before and/or after school among students



Trap Shooting Club


The trap shooting club uses participation in the shooting sports to provide its participants with a positive, life enhancing experience and is designed to instill in them a set of personal values or character traits that teaches fair play, individual responsibility, sportsmanship, self-discipline and personal commitment.



A teaching session given to one student or a small group of students. If you are stuck in a class, you could use a tutorial.



Universal Athletes

Myers-Jantz, L

Club participates in vocational training and community service projects


Boyett, K

Planning of our yearbook