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Clubs & Organizations

Would you like to learn how to play chess, draw, or bake? Are you interested in constructing a robot? Are you a fan of K-Pop music?

If you said yes to any of the questions above, get involved by joining one of our many clubs and organizations! Clubs and organizations are a great way to meet new people and participate in activities outside of the classroom. Club memberships also enhance your college applications. Check out the list below and contact an advisor if you have questions. 

Go Vikings!

HHS Club Directory 2022-2023




Anime Club

Thursdays @ lunch Room F7

Mr. Gotts

Establish a safe and inclusive network for students to connect and share their passion for anime and other Japanese culture

Art Club

Ms. Harris


We are a service centered club where we create and provide artwork for the benefit of others. We also create artwork and work on sketches that the club votes on; share artwork and collaborate together on projects.



Ms. Ambriz 

Ms. Lane 

Help individuals become eligible for postsecondary education and provide volunteer opportunities within the school and in the community.


Mr. AhSue


Chess Club

Hueneme Chess Club

Mrs. Font 

Provide students with an opportunity to play chess; provide  for informal and timed games.

Club 116

Club116 Logo

Mr. Neos 

To provide students with a better understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and encourage them to live out their faith in their day to day lives

Club Martillo

Club Martillo Logo

Mr. Chapman 

Providing a resource for strength of mind and body
(pull up/push up club)

Cooking Club

Mr. Ripley 

Learn how to cook healthy, balanced meals.


CSF Logo

Ms. Roth

Promote academic excellence and community service


Mrs. Crilly 

The Hueneme Drama Club is a place for students to collaborate and explore theatre-making from artistic and technical perspectives. It promotes learning through activities such as script analysis, improvisation, audition preparation, stagecraft, prop design, singing, and, of course, acting. The club is a welcoming and safe space for students to express, develop, share, and practice their love and talent for theatre.
Educational Field Trip (EFT) Mr. Gotts
Help students find a college in which they are comfortable with the atmosphere and to get informed on the majors that each school offers.

Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)


Mr. Ehlers 

A national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education.


Mrs. Martinez

Mrs. Morales 

Mrs. Weight 

Celebrate the Filipinx culture with students; immerse members in FilipinX traditions while adhering to the principles of unity, equity, diversity, and success; empower members to take pride in their culture; become independent and powerful individuals that are involved in making their communities a better place.

French Club

French Club Logo

Mrs. Anestos 

Promote the understanding and appreciation of Francophone culture and the French language.Promote the understanding and appreciation of Francophone culture and the French language.

Future Medical Leaders of America

Tuesdays at Lunch
Room E3

Mrs. Herrejon 

Bring greater recognition to the medical fields and help students who want to have a career in said fields. Meetings will be held on Tuesday during lunch in room E3. Google Classroom code is xshu2v7 and Remind code: @hhkg3c6. 


Geo Bowl Logo

Mrs. Anestos 

Participate in the annual GeoBowl competition, held at Oxnard College, against all the other high schools in the County.  Each year features a theme and many of the questions stem from that theme.  Focus is on current events, cultural geography, and physical geography.  Members compete as both individuals and as a team.

Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

GSA Logo

Mrs. Martinez 


Mrs. Corona

Promote acceptance of all people as well as their orientation; provide awareness of others’ interests and provide a place to belong.
Guitar Club

Mr. Green

Share and learn/play guitar (electric & acoustic) with others in an inclusive, casual setting.  Discussion of guitar topics, players, and techniques.

HealthCorps Club

Ms. Lovejoy


Build student leaders who will engage with their peers about various health topics, including fitness, nutrition, and mental health.

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

HOSA Club Logo

Ms. Soliz

Ms. Lopez

HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience.


Mr. McAdam 

Help students get involved with other students, faculty, and the community, while motivating members to form individual goals and build self-esteem; offer students the opportunity to develop a connection with outdoor sports and activities that they may not normally have been exposed to; gain a deeper appreciation for education and community service, improve their communication skills, and enhance their self-worth through participating in various club activities.

K-Pop Club

Ms. Hernandez 

Create a community for K-pop fans as well as to educate people in what K-pop is and to teach people basic dance moves.


Mrs. Morales 


Mr. Gallegos 

Promote the development of character and leadership through community service within the Kiwanis family.

Knowledge Bowl

Knowledge Bowl Logo

Mr. Ehlers 


Link Crew

Mr. Thomas 

We mesh or “Link” an upperclassman with five entering Freshman at the annual Freshman Orientation program in late August at the start of the school year to ensure that our newest students feel welcome, at home and are made aware of all of the extracurricular activities that are available to them to enhance and enrich their high school experience. Our upperclassmen make contact twice a month to track their assigned Freshman to learn if they are aware of the services on campus (health, nutrition, counseling, tutoring), that are there FOR them reach their potential as well in sports, clubs, academics and finding friends, support and a sense of caring and community. 

Mariachi (CTE/ROP)

Mr. Rivera



Mrs. Bettencourt 



Ms. Muro

Google Classroom Code:dz6ibtg

Meet every first Friday at Lunch

MEChA de Hueneme High School seeks to empower young men and women to find strength within their culture to tackle educational and personal goals both for themselves and for our community. We will rise above recent challenges and meet every first wed of the month through Google Meet.Please check google classroom for announcements and upcoming meeting information.

Stay Strong! Si Se Puede!


Migrant Achievement Club

Mrs. Ultreras 

Help students improve academically and be able to develop as good leaders.

Multicultural Club

Mrs. Diaz 

Bring awareness to Hueneme High School about the diverse cultures of students; provide a place where students can learn and teach others about their cultures.

Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC)


Chief Hayes 


 Commander Quiatchon 

Build confidence in or outside this program as well as gain leadership skills along the way.


Mrs. Sell 

Enrich students’ interests in our local coastal regions including beaches, oceans, sea life, community service; provide opportunities to explore these interests.

Peer Resource

Mr. Newman 

Mrs. Dusty Lovejoy

Mr. Blake Thomas

As a Peer Resource team, we work to create an embracing, accepting and invigorated atmosphere on campus and between members of our student body. We also take part in Red Ribbon Week memorial observations and activities, discourage bullying, enhance positive esteem, and the realization of each student’s potential. We sponsor Anti-Littering efforts on campus, Suicide Prevention promotions, Anti-tobacco, vaping and drug use educational avenues, and elevate the intrinsic value, dignity, respect and appreciation of each member of our campus in celebration of our diversity. 




Encourage individuals to participate in the annual FIRST Robotics Build Season and compete in at least one (1) FIRST Robotics Competition.

Self-Awareness Club

Mrs. Roth 

Promote peace, happiness, and acceptance within ourselves and among others of our community; practice non-religious yoga and meditation to target stress relief and self-improvement; learn about the mind and body and how to obtain balance between both.


Ms. Huapaya 


Mr. Avalos 

Help individuals improve skills and specific knowledge that will train their minds and build intellectual strength towards the goals of improving homework challenges, explore the biological world, and investigative techniques that are grounded in science education.

Students Against 

Animal Cruelty

Mrs. Cole 


Mrs. Herrejon 


Mrs. Roth 

We work to help animals and educate people in our community on how to care for and protect animals.  We also help all stray, lost or injured animals on HHS campus and volunteer to help others when needed.


Mrs. Martinez 

Club meets Tuesdays by zoom 

Empower indigenous students to achieve their educational goals by providing tools for their state exams; help students apply for scholarship opportunities so they can afford their higher education and/or work career programs; encourage pride among indigenous students in their history and culture.

Video Game Club

Mr. Gotts

Mrs. Tuitama

class code is: mludonq



Viking Forge Logo

Mr. Nicholson

Student-Powered Entrepreneurship: VikingForge is a student-led non-profit at Hueneme High School. Services include an online store selling products made by students, and graphic design.

Wrestling Club

Mr. Cheney 



HHS Yearbook Club Logo


Utilize essential visual and design elements of publication media and create a book that captures the people, events, emotions, and culture of our school over the course of an academic year utilizing the skills, rules, and formatting techniques acquired in the course/club.

Young Life Club

Mrs. DeLuca 

Encourage with hope that every student will be inspired to serve their school, family, and community.