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Clubs for Charter Oak High School Clubs 

COHS Club List 2019-20
ANIME Mr. Clemetson French Club Mr. Lattimore
ASB/Leadership Ms. Bauer Grub Club Ms. Portillo
Athletic Training Mr. Simok Girls Basketball Mr. Manuel Lopez
AVID Ms. Dettelbach Girls Soccer  
Asian Unity Ms. McKinley Girls Tennis  
Band Mr. Lopez Girls Water Polo Jordan Carmody
Baseball Mr. Elias Chavez GSA Ms. Coriaty
BETA Ms. Strycula Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) Ms. Roy
Black Student Union Ms. Hope IB Club Ms. Shockey
Boys Basketball Mr. Al Cuevas Indian Unity Ms. Rodriguez
Boys Golf Mr. Cowper Interact Ms. Marasco
Boys Soccer Mr. Padilla Key Club Ms. Wilson
Boys Tennis Mr. Bell Library Club Ms. Harwood
Boys Water Polo Ms. Jordan Carmody Middle Eastern Unity Ms. Rodriguez
Charger Buddies Ms. Carrey NHS Mr. Long
COHS ESports Mr. Clemetson Oaksquad Ms. Bauer
Choir - ACE Ms. Portnoy Pep Units Becca
Chronicle (Yearbook) Ms. Nixon Poetry Club Ms. D'Agata
CHUTE Mr. Hernandez Quiet Riot (ASL) Ms. Nixon
Cybersecurity Mr. Clemetson Social Studies Club Mr. Grund
Cross Country Mr. Sherman Softball  
Dance Ms. Coriaty Spanish Club Ms. Rodriguez
Debate Mr. Higuera STEP UP Ms. Nixon
Drama (Thespians) Mr. Graziani Stress Less Club Ms. Dettelbach
Engineering and Auto Mr. Smith Swim Team  
Earth Club Ms. Foy Track & Field  
Filipino Unity   UNICEF Ms. Wilson
Football Mr. Farrar Unity Club Ms. Rodriguez
    Volleyball Ms. Lindsay Mitchell
    Weight Training Mr. Keilty

Any student may join any club on campus.  Clubs vary from year to year.  Clubs meet at lunch and are as active or inactive as their membership allows them to be.  In order to form a club, a group of students must have a focus for the club, and then must find a faculty advisor who is willing to be their sponsor.  Once that is done the advisor must fill out the required paperwork in the ASB Office.

Each year the Charter Oak ASB hosts Club Rush in the Quad at lunch in September.  All interested clubs have a booth and conduct a member drive.  At this time, interested students can ask the club representatives questions about club activities.  Since club membership is open all year round, you can join a club at any time.  Pay attention to the school bulletin to find out when clubs are having their lunch time meetings.

Club representatives meet on a regular basis in what is know as the United Club Council, or U.C.C.  The U.C.C. help with the canned food drive, the blood drive and other campus activities.  Clubs also nominate seniors for the Homecoming Court, Prom Court, and Mr. Charger.