Clubs

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    Audio/Visual Club

    This club sets up and runs sound, lighting and technology for all school events such as rallies, masses, assemblies and concerts.

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    Band

    The Saint Francis Music Program offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to get involved in creating music including the marching band, jazz,ensemble, jazz combo and pit orchestra for the spring musicals.

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  • Board Game Club

    This club is for any student interested in card or board games. Whether it's a familiar game of Hearts, Risk or Backgammon, or some new game you've never played before.

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  • Book Club / Online Reading Club

    The Saint Francis High School Book Club meets approximately once a month to discuss books selected by members who help present and start discussions of the works.

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  • BRIC Brothers

    This club promotes Holy Cross Men to live out the school’s values of BRIC, as we are Brothers Reaching Into the Community.

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    Women of BRIC

    This club promotes self-determination, self-respect and self-confidence among the Holy Cross Women of our school.

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  • California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

    CSF is a state-wide organization that recognizes students who have displayed high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship. Membership is determined by a formula that is calculated using a student's classes and respective grades from the previous semester.

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  • Campus Student Ministry (CSM)

    Students from every grade level are invited to participate in the Campus Student Ministry club. Students collaborate with the Campus Ministry Team as well as the student board to prepare liturgies, work on retreats and staff Campus Ministry sponsored events.

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  • Chamber Choir

    Chamber Choir is a competitive singing group that travels all around the Bay Area. In addition, this group leads the singing at all school liturgies.

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  • Console Gaming Club

    The Console Gaming Club is dedicated to providing a fun and competitive environment for video game enthusiasts. The club meets weekly and plays a variety of xbox, wii, and Playstation 2 games. Popular choices at the moment include Dance Dance Revolution and Super Smash Brothers. All games are family friendly and provide a great way for students to participate in their school community.

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    Drama

    Every year, this club produces two mainstage shows, a play in the fall and a musical in the spring.

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    Environmental Club

    The Environmental Club was established to foster and preserve a sense of responsibility for our environment through daily and global habits. If you have an interest in improving your campus and your community and preserving it for the future, come and join us.

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    Foreign Language Honor Society

    Students are eligible to be a member of FLHS if they have received a B+ or better in the second semester of their level 3, 3H, 4, 4AP, 5H, or 5AP language course. Applications are due in the beginning of 1st and 2nd semesters.

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  • Homeroom Reps

    This special group of student leaders are selected by their Homeroom teacher (4th period) to assist with various activities and needs throughout the school year.

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  • Interact

    Interactors participate in community service projects, benefiting the Santa Clara Valley community and furthering international understanding and goodwill.

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  • International Club

    Students of all ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to join and participate in a myriad of exciting events each year. The International Club sponsors activities year-round, ranging from the extremely popular Oktoberfest, to winter holiday celebrations, to multicultural prayer services, and much more.

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  • Intramurals

    The Saint Francis Intramurals program is open to all students who wish to participate in activities at lunch.

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  • Lancer Live Sports Broadcasting Club

    Lancer Live: Athletic Events Internet Broadcasting Club

    Lancer Live is a live performance club that streams sporting events via the internet. Students involved in this club will have the oportunity to work on several crews during our events, which include: camera crew, broadcasting crew and announcers. All students are encouraged to work on all crews, but may select one or more in which they feel comfortable. Also, there is a graphics arts component to the club where students design the graphics that are viewed during our productions. This includes our logos, scoreboards, messages and any video work done that will be broadcast (such as credits and interviews).

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  • Math Team

    In addition to participating in national math contests such as Math League and the Santa Clara University High School Math Competition, the team will offer tutoring to other students for both schoolwork and SAT problems.

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  • Mindframes

    Creative minds are encouraged to be a part of this eclectic crew or at least submit their art, photography, poetry, and prose to our noble cause!

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  • Mock Trial

    The Mock Trial team is designed to provide students an opportunity to learn and practice skills for courtroom trial performance and better understand the applicability of the Constitution.

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  • Monogram Club

    The Monogram Club is open to all students who have earned a Varsity block in athletics, or who have participated in a drama production, the band, or in spirit groups.

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  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    The National Honor Society recognizes students for outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Election to membership in the National Honor Society represents the highest honor and trust that can be bestowed upon a student in the junior or senior year of high school.

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  • Newspaper: The Lancer

    The Lancer is the student-operated newspaper at Saint Francis High School. Every four to six weeks, we produce a paper covering school, state and national events in five different sections: news, sports, entertainment, opinions and features.

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  • Photography

    The Photography Club offers students the chance to explore the art of photography. Students may join regardless of their level of experience.

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  • Radio Station

    The most exclusive radio station in the area is KSFH 87.9 FM on the dial, and is located here on the SF campus. Members help with broadcasting, programming, and technical operation of this station.

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  • Research @ SF Club

    The Research @ SF Club was established to support student research opportunities like internships and camps, to encourage participation in science competitions and to invite guest speakers to talk about their fields of expertise.

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    Robotics

    The Robotics club is a project-oriented program. Students will have competitions throughout the year with assignments that are designed to teach different concepts.

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    Science & Engineering

    The Science and Engineering Club is for all who enjoy working with their hands to build fun and innovative machines. We use the principals of physics and engineering to design and construct our original ideas.

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    Science Bowl

    Students in the Science Bowl are geared to compete specifically in the annual US Department of Energy Science Bowl held at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).

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  • Service Club

    Service Club members manage the Thanksgiving Food Drive, two blood drives, a coat and a shoe drive, as well as helping out at a variety of school functions.

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  • Shadow Hosts

    Freshmen are invited to serve as shadow hosts to eighth grade visiting students. Shadow Hosts are expected to answer questions about Saint Francis High School and show their eight grade guests around the campus.

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  • Shakespeare Club

    Join us, and never have a dull weekend - you can experience the thrill of the best contemporary theater in the Bay area and exciting performances of the works of the world's most famous playwright, William Shakespeare.

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  • Speech & Debate

    Team members compete in the Coast and National Forensics Leagues, as well as other local oratorical contests, qualifying competitors to the state and national tournaments.

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  • Spirit Commission

    The Spirit Commission is a group of energetic students who build Saint Francis spirit and pride and carry on the traditions that make school fun.

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    Spirit Squad

    The Cheer Squad is a group of enthusiastic, talented students who perform a combination of cheerleading and dancing during rallies and football games.

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    Stand Up! Speak Up!

    Stand Up! Speak Up! is a social justice and activist club which seeks to educate our school community about various social problems which occur in our immediate community, our nation and our world.

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  • Stock Market Club

    This dynamic group of fiscal savvy students will meet to discuss the basic principles of investing as well as the latest trends in the economy. This club is designed to provide an educational experience, a chance to get to know other students with an interest in business, and to share the fun in a game of knowledge and camaraderie.

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  • Student Council

    The Student government at Saint Francis works to improve school spirit, monitor clubs and activities, represent the needs of the student body, make recommendation to the Administration and promote the values of Holy Cross.

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  • Teen Awareness Program (TAP)

    The Teen Awareness Program (TAP), is a student-based program that tackles tough issues that teens face today. Using input from the TAP club members, the Board plans speakers and sponsors activities that focus on important issues that impact teenager's lives.

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  • Yearbook: The Poverello

    Yearbook staff members provide the total conceptualization of the yearbook, designing photographing, reporting, writing and preparing the material for the printer.

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    Yell Leaders

    These energetic and dynamic students work with the band and cheer squad to lead the Rage Cage at most of the Lancer athletic events. Dressed in gold ties and armed with megaphones, these students are the leaders of the Rage Cage.

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Learn More

Activities Calendar

WednesdaySeptember3

Make-Up Picture Day

Performing Arts Center Green Room 7:45am - 12:00pm
FridaySeptember5

A1 Rally

SaturdaySeptember6

Speech and Debate Demo Day

Performing Arts Center, Library, Sobrato Family Learning Commons 8:00am - 5:00pm

Back-to-School Dance

8:00pm - 11:00pm
WednesdaySeptember10

Shakespeare Club to see "Water by the Spoonful"

Theatreworks, Mountain View 7:30pm
SaturdaySeptember13

Robert Garcia Memorial Debate Tournament

9/14/2014

Band Lunch

500 BBQ Pit Area 12:00pm - 2:00pm
MondaySeptember15

Activity Week: Lunch Time Sign-Ups for Clubs and Activities

Sobrato Family Learning Commons Porch 9/19/2014
SundaySeptember28

Shakespeare Club to see "Meow Meow"

Berkeley Repertory 2:00pm
WednesdayOctober1

Make-Up Picture Day

Performing Arts Center Green Room 7:45am - 1:00pm

Contact Information

The Activities Office is open 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Activities Office Phone:
650 968-1213, ext. 480

Simon Raines,
Director of Activities
650 968-1213, ext. 248
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Lana Hagg,
Administrative Assistant
650 968-1213, ext. 244
Email