"We are what we do. -Aristotle
Lunch on Tuesday; After School on Tuesday and Thursday @ 4PM-530PM; Supplementary Sessions on Friday @ 4PM – 5 PM
Meet in P12
Academic Decathlon, otherwise abbreviated to Aca Deca, is an opportunity where students partake in a competition alongside team members against similar teams of other schools in Ventura County. The competition consist of 10 academic events. Student take tests in art, science, social science, music, econ, literature and math. All around a certain theme that is chosen each year. Students also give an interview, essay as well as speech. It is open to everyone as it is designed for students of all backgrounds, and grades. Teams consist of nine members which would be divided among three categories based on GPA (Honor, Scholastic and Varsity). One of the benefits of Aca Deca is that you gain knowledge on unorthodox topics and you go beyond your comfort zone to prepare you for your future. Another benefit is meeting an amazing variety of people who understand that love of learning and appreciate every quirk.
Facebook: CIHS Academic Decathalon
Advisor: Monica Adrian
0 period, Tuesday & Thursday 5:30-7:30 pm, Saturday 1-4
Meet in Room 32
Where students participate in mock trials to learn about the legal system in a competitive manner against other schools in the country and state.
ASB Freshman Class
Advisor: Matt Urwick
TBD at lunch
Meet in Room 99
This is the Freshman ASB Organization
American Red Cross Club
Advisor: David Corona
Wednesday at lunch
Meet in Room 61
We are a student chapter of the American Red Cross. We serve during local emergencies and service events. We organize blood and food drives, train others in fire safety, and helped develop the school’s safety plan.
California Scholarship Federation
Advisor: Terrie Romines
Monday’s at lunch
Meet in Room 13
Scholarship for service
Advisor: Norma Salcido
Fridays at lunch
Meet in Room 58
Facebook: Channel Islands Key Club
Key Club is known as one of the oldest and largest student-led international organizations. Our club is part of Division 42 West, which consists of all participating high school clubs in our district and more. Our goal is to promote leadership by serving local communities, participating in division-wide events and club service projects, and providing local volunteering opportunities. We also love to showcase our spirit and pride for Key Club, centering around the community in all that we do!
Leading The Youth
Advisor: John Grennan
Leading the Youth is a club of academic tutors who support the after-school program at Williams Elementary School.
Advisor: Ms Mutuku and Mr Corona
Meet in Room 37
Provides college readiness, STEM enrichment, hands-on competitions, academic support, a supportive and mentoring community to students of historically under-represented groups in the STEM fields of study and industry. Over 90% of our senior members graduate every year, 80%+ go on to higher education.
Advisor: Mr Corona
Meet in Room 98
We build robots.
Advisor: Mr Corona/Mr Roque
Saturdays (Dates vary) 9 AM-1 PM
A club run by CSUCI students where students engage in fun activities including underwater drones and sumo bots.
Advisor: Mr. Blake Hill and Mr. Julian Roque
TBA (previously Tuesdays @ lunch)
Meet in Room 21 (Mr. Hill)
Open to ANY students interested in learning about the Filipinx culture. We learn about language, current events, and food. Special events include Filipinx Bond Day with other Filipinx clubs in the district and FIERCE, a 2-day Filipinx cultural program at UCSB.
Advisor: Ms. Madonna and Mr Saunders
Wednesday at lunch
Meet in Room 57
CIHS Drama Club is open to any academically qualified student in grades 9-12. The Drama Club holds theater games and activities including improvisation, role-play situations, play readings, and play productions such as the OUHSD Drama Festival.
Advisor: Mr. Cole
First Wed/Thur of each month
Meet in Room 7
The club is designed to foster a deeper appreciation and understanding of US History beyond the confines of the AP US History structure; for example, many students talk about current events, Mr Cole will recommend movies or books that tie into a current topic, or the club will delve deeper into personal finance issues as we work through the Great Depression in class.
Advisor: Ms. Luna
Thursdays & Fridays at Lunch
Meet in Room 95A
The Anime Club is a club of members who love to watch Japanese animation, play games, and hang out together. We are committed to bringing people together, making new friends, having fun, sharing our hobbies and interests in a safe and friendly environment. Our goal is to introduce anime to its members and provide a social atmosphere where anime fans can discuss, draw, and experience different kinds of Japanese animation.
Interactive Entertainment Appreciation (Video Game) Club
Advisor: Mr. Rogers
Tuesdays at Lunch
Meet in P-11
To provide a space to play and learn about the world of video games and opportunities/careers in that field.
Meditation and Mindfulness Club
Advisor: Chris Gillian
Weekdays at Lunch
Meet in Room 14
Teaching meditation and breathing techniques to help all ages deal with stress
Advisor: Coach Jones
Weekdays, February-April, 6am-8:30am
Meet in HHS Pool
No experience needed! As long as you want to learn, or become better at, swimming, we want to coach you!