Student Life » Clubs


Creekside Clubs vary year to year and are announced during Advisory Class during the Student Video Announcements and are posted below.

All clubs are subject to cancellation, students should check the announcements during advisory for updates or changes. 



Art Club - For students to learn how to draw animations and more from one of their classmates. This club meets on Wednesdays during lunch in Room 34 with Ms. Livai and Ms. Bias. Please email [email protected] with any questions.


Badminton - You may bring your own racket if you have one. This club meets on Thursdays during lunch in the Gym with Ms. Machado. Please email [email protected] with any questions.


Black Lives Matter Club - For students who would like to create a more just school and focus on equality. This club meets on Mondays during lunch in Room 14 with Ms. Ruiz. Please email [email protected] with any questions.


CJSF - California Junior Scholarship Federation fosters high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship in the middle school grades. CJSF emphasizes service to the school and the community while fostering pride in scholastic achievement.  This club for 8th grade students meets every 2nd Tuesday at 3:00 PM in the Library until about 3:30pm with Ms. Cha.  Please email [email protected] with any questions and see the website here for details. 


Club of Games -  A club where kids can hang out and play card / board games. Bring your own game! This club meets on Thursdays during lunch (Please eat your lunch before you arrive!) in Room 3 with Ms. Durand (Students watch the video announcements for meeting days) Please email [email protected] with any questions.


Coding Club - This club is designed to give students a chance to explore the basics of coding and for existing coders to continue to develop their skills. This club meets every 1st & 3rd Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00pm in Room 31 with Mr. Ellis. Please email [email protected] with any questions.  


Creekside Racing Club - This is a community-building activity where all students are welcome to sign up to participate in the race, though there are limited spots open for each event. Students, keep your eyes on the Video Journalism announcements during Advisory for updates and sign up information. This club meets each month on the 3rd Tuesday/Thursday during lunch on the blacktop with Mr. McMurray. We will have a driver's meeting the Monday before in Room 4. Please email [email protected] with any questions. 


Drama Club -

Hey there, Wildcats! We are inviting you to join The TheaOtters, our drama club. Please click here for our drama club site link.

Our meetings are on Tuesdays during lunch in room 17 with Mr. Gomez (please eat your lunch before you arrive), and Thursdays during lunch in room 10 with Mr. Martinez. We are having three after-school meetings from 3 - 4 on Thursdays in the mat room with Mr. Martinez on April 28, May 5, and May 12, and there will be no lunch meeting on these Thursdays. If you want to join, please click here to fill out the our form. We are looking for video editors (video editors must currently be in Video Journalism), camera crew (camera crew must have a cell phone or camera), costume designers, and prop designers. If you have any questions, you can email: Kineta L. at [email protected], Sierra Q. at [email protected], or Tulasi V. at [email protected]

You can also email the teacher advisors: Mr. Gomez at [email protected] or Mr. Martinez at [email protected].     



Environment Awareness Club - This club will raise awareness of the constant change on Earth. We will investigate climate change, global warming and littering. This club meets on Fridays during lunch in Room 16 with Mr. Doran. Please email [email protected] with any questions. 


Esperanza Club - Students will learn about all the fun ways we celebrate Latina Culture. This club meets on Thursdays from 3:15-4:15pm in front of the Library with Ms. Gallegos. Please email [email protected] with any questions. 


GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance Club) - This club is open to all students looking for a safe place to meet  people and who are  part of the LGBTQ+ community, an ally, or want to help make a positive impact in the community. This club meets on Thursdays during lunch (Please eat your lunch before you arrive!) in Room 14 with Ms. Ruiz. Please email [email protected] with any questions. 


Homework Club - A place to study after school, or receive help with homework. Each grade level is hosting Homework Club 2-3 days/week. Students need to stay for the whole time of Homework Club, 3-4pm, unless a parent calls to release them. Click here for the Homework Club webpage. Please email [email protected] with any questions. 


Video Game Club - This club is a place where students can take part in the positive hobby of playing video games face to face with their peers in a structured and monitored environment. Students can play any video games that belong to the club, bring their own, or use their Chromebook computers. Club members may bring a portable video game from home (i.e. Nintendo Switch, Nintendo DS/3DS, PS Vita, or any other HANDHELD gaming system). Phones are not allowed at this time. All games played must be school appropriate and rated for your age. This club meets on Fridays during lunch in Room 36 with Mr. Sutton. Please email [email protected] with any questions.