The Latest Update on KHS Clubs

Arwa Ouali

With all the work that has come with virtual learning, clubs have become an enjoyable spot for students to chat and relax after classes. Clubs allow students to meet friends and make lifelong bonds, encourage them to participate, create connections and a community, give students a chance to de-stress from homework, teach them how to manage time, and much more. While clubs offer a multitude of benefits and there are various types certain to interest all students, there has been a decline in the number of participants in clubs. 

Some hypotheses as to why there is a decrease are that students are overwhelmed with their schoolwork ad another reason is that winter sports have begun. Another conjecture is that students are feeling depressed and their mental health is worsening as the school year drags on. There are many possible reasons for this decrease, but no need to feel down!

Whether one is new to KHS or is graduating by the end of this year, there are many clubs to join. Take the time to join at least one club and appreciate the company of others during the uncertain times we all are living through.


Here is a list of clubs to join:

Alpha and Omega y4vxlhn Hi-Kearnian bvibdlv4
Band Director l3wkbl4 Honor Society q4uohcc
Cheerleading fbp5wip Italian Club uq6ztea
Biology Science League t45gqix Japanese Club y7laffb
Chess Club uu6tqxfg Junior Class 27uwv7d
Culinary Club 4uvu6di K-Birds kwsdiwg
Debate Club a6ptvvr Latin Club/Honor Society vwf3cyq
Engineering Club 5xkkt3m Physics Science League ak5dx25
Fishing Club tk7wezq Senior Class mzgttss
French Class klwxxyn Sophomore Class fmzwl3q
Freshman Class qp465bg Student Government kjqjtf2
Future Education Association g2pbzss Technology Club/TSA 5jtncpw
Future Poets v2ub6gy Teen Pep ghzfvib
Gay, Lesbian, Straight Alliance t7iwwnb Yearbook Club ystat6f