Clubs are a great way to "meet" fellow Sundevils and stay connected.
All Club meetings will be via Zoom until further notice. Your Advisor will set up the Zoom meetings and supply the link. 


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MCHS Clubs List 2020-2021
Click on the Club name to learn more about each club, when they meet, how to join, etc.

Academic League Tues/Wed @3pm Andrade Audrey Dickinson Compete against teams from other schools in academically-oriented trivia games. 
Amateur Radio Club Tues @ Lunch Earnest Kevin DeWall Utilizing radio capabilities to
launch specialized projects.
Asian-Indian Culture Club Mon @ Lunch Falcone Devina Tavathia Learn more about the Indian culture
AVID Leadership Council Wed @ Lunch Randle Jaden Calderon Organize AVID criteria. Create fundraisers and events for AVID
Black Student Union Wed @ 2:30pm Whitlock Azeh Ndifor To bring unity between Black students and allies of every race to create a more inclusive and anti-racist environments at MCHS.
Biking Club Thurs @ Lunch Phillips Pierre Paye
Ashton Robbins
A place to ride and talk about all kinds of bikes. Mountain and Road
Build to Sustain Tues @ Lunch Klingborg Anura Deshpande Explore and build sustainable solutions in our community through STEM
California Scholarship Federation Once/Trimester Humphrey Tim Villasenor Honors oustanding students at MC
Catalyst for Success Thurs @ Lunch Klingborg Audrey Vo Teach STEM and do experiments at Sunset Hills Elementary
Chemistry Club  Fri @ Lunch Stenger Jackie Syhanath Educational labs
Coding4Kids Sat @ 4pm Engebrits Sravya Chiluluri Help teach elementary/middle school kids how to code! Languages include Scratch, Python, and Java.
Craft Club Tues @ Lunch Modjahedpour Esther Park A community of knitters, sewers, etc. that share their works in progress, their goals, and their finished works.
Creative Writing Club Fri @ Lunch Falcone Devina Tavathia & Chloe Johnston Creatively write in genres from Poetry to Flash Fiction
CyberDevils Tues @ 8pm Stewart Kavya Ramesh Learn about and compete in CyberSecurity competitions
Dance Club One Tues per Month @ Lunch Shipman Amanda Hellenkamp Dance Club is a place to have fun, see what dance at Mt. Carmel is about and dance with your friends!!
Drama Club TBA Walker Colin O'Malley Welcoming environment for aspiring artists to express themselves through acting, designing, performing, etc.
Environmental Projects Club Tues @ Lunch M. Jones Leyana Nabi Community service with environmental impact in mind
eSports Mon @ Lunch Carvajal N/A Competitively compete in eSports games/tournaments
Fashion Club Tues @ Lunch LT Jesse Perin Fashion Club is a club for students to learn about upcoming fashion trends and styles
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Wed @ Lunch Carter Kais Kimuli FCA focuses on serving communities by engaging and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel. 
Fight Against Hunger Tues @ Lunch Andrade Derek Shi Bond together as a Sundevil Family and help the local community of those in financial need and necessity. 
Fil-Am Club Fri @ Lunch Duco
Ally Ladrillono & Leanne Catolos To embrace and express the Filipino culture
Friendship Club Mon @ Lunch Okleshen Katie Lofgren & Nolawit Seyoum Hosts criticall skills students to develop relationships with their peers
Future Medical Professionals Every other Wed Olmsted Tim Villasenor Inform students about career
paths in the medical field.
Game Coders Club Thurs @ 3pm Engebrits Pranav Mekkoth Have fun creating and coding
video games using #C on the
Unity platform.
Helping Hands Club     TBA Raskin Colin O'Malley Creates service projects
and opportunities
High School Mentors Club Fri @ Lunch Davis Grace Postle 
Amita Ram
Helping middle school students with their studies and giving them high school advice. Bridging the gap between the grades. 
iArt Mon @ 3pm Adams Liana Mao A safe space for people to study, appreciate, and work on art and anything related to it.
Key Club Wed @ Lunch Stenger Logan Schmid Community service
Mental Wellness Club Every other Wed @ Lunch Santos RJ Nova
Prisha Puntambekar
Address crucial mental health issues through education, volunteer work, intellectual discussions, and interactive activities
Music to Heal Every other Mon @ 3pm Klingborg Niyati Banka Performing at retirement homes, orphanages and other outreach events for volunteer hours. 
Muslim Student Association Mon @ Lunch  Taumoepeau Nada Muradagha An association of students from the muslim community and others coming together to promote unity and diversity on campus.
National Honor Society Once/Trimester Bolin Mihir Shah Provide scholarship opportunities and special recognition at graduation
Newspaper Club As Announced Calver Devina Tavathia To produce the MC Sun
New Voters at MC Every Other Thurs @ Lunch Ellsworth Maryam Bouguerra Encourage students to take an active role in today's political society
No Place For Hate Tues @ Lunch Hatfield John Osicka Prado Create a NP4H culture at MC
Peer Counseling Fri Once/Month Hatfield
Brent Isidro Promote positivity on campus and get students involved in community activities.
Polynesian Dance Club Thurs @ Lunch Santos Lili Bazeley Learn about hula and Polynesian dance, beginners to experienced. 
Red Cross Club Thurs @ Lunch Stenger Samantha Tinney Host blood drives on and off campus to help save lives.
Robotics Club Tues/Thrs @ 6pm Caylor Michinori Wada Design, build and program robotics.
Rock Climbing Club Wed @ Lunch Janda Gauri Tripathi Learn how to indoor and outdoor rock climb
S.A.D.D. Club Mon @ Lunch Hatfield Gavin Rich Students Against Destructive Decisions          Promote drug free and healthy lifestyle
Science Olympiad       Compete in Science Olympiad tournaments with other schools
Spikeball Club Fri @ Lunch Bird Kristian Chamain Play Spikeball and discuss club projects and outreach programs.
STEAM Club Wed @ 2:30pm Talle Nadia Salah
Hannah Um
An art instituted program that incorporates math, science, and engineering.
Sundevils for Senior Citizens Thurs @ Lunch Klingborg Simran Ovalekar Volunteer, campaign, fundraise and work with seniors in our community
Super Smash Bros Club Wed @ Lunch Scherer Shin Matsuo Play the game
Tea Club Tues @ Lunch Taumoepeau Anna Ensberg & Soha Bapat Explore a viariety of cultures through the production and consumption of teas.
Women in STEM Every other Tues @3pm Falcone Niyati Banka Encourage gender equality and promote female involment in STEM fields
2021 Class Council As Announced LT Ava Bakherad & Kali Price Senior Class Council
2022 Class Council As Announced Carvajal McKenzie Breed Junior Class Council
2023 Class Council As Announced Carvajal Charlie Hicok Sophomore Class Council
2024 Class Council As Announced Carvajal Allie Landry & Vincent Migliori Freshman Class Council

Click Here to see the entire 2020-2021 Club List

If you have any questions about the content of the Club list, please contact the ICC Coordinator at 
Clubs are only listed if their paperwork has been completed and submitted to ASB. Clubs that have not turned in their paperwork are not currently recognized as official clubs at MCHS for this school year; those Clubs are not on the Club list. Contact ASB if you have any questions. The club list is subject to change throughout the year.

Want to post your club event/fundraiser for everyone to see?  
Check the MC Club Activities Calendar before booking your Club Activity to ensure that there are no conflicting events already scheduled.  Email if you do not see your approved event.

MC Club Activites Calendar

Starting a Club:

Any student may initiate the procedure for starting a new club during the 1st or 2nd trimester of the school year. A MCHS certificated staff member must be identified as the club Advisor. New club petitions are available below and in the ASB room. Completed paperwork (links below) should be turned in to the Inter-Club Commissioner (ICC) located in the ASB room.  The completed petition must state the name, purpose, Advisor, meeting dates and times, and membership requirements of the proposed club and must be signed by at least twenty (20) MCHS students who are prospective members. A constitution must be drafted by the proponents and will be reviewed and approved or denied by the Student Review Board. The Student Senate must also approve the club. New Clubs may not be started during the 3rd trimester.

School sponsored clubs must be either related to the curriculum or must be service organizations. Political, religious or philosophical clubs and organizations are permitted by the Poway Unified School District and are referred to as non-school sponsored clubs. These clubs, student-initiated and led, may not have regular attendance by non-school persons, and must have a non-participatory custodial advisor. School sponsored and non-school sponsored clubs and organizations must abide by all regulations and procedures established by the school's ASB constitution.

Club Application Packet

ASB Club Handbook

Existing Clubs:

CLUB RENEWAL IS NOW ONLINE AT THE LINK BELOW: A Club renewal form is required each year a club wishes to remain active.  Without submitting the renewal, your club will be placed on the inactive list and all deposits, purchases, and activities will be denied until paperwork is in order. 

Club Renewal Form

ASB Club Handbook

Other Misc. Forms

Deposit Slips and PO/Check Request forms can be picked up in the Finance Office.
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