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Every student at SPSV is invited and encouraged to participate in student activities. Clubs and interest groups provide students with a supportive environment of peers with similar interests, and a sense of responsibility to fellow club members.

If you would like to propose a new club for SPSV please print out the form below, fill it out, and give it to the Director of Student Activities, Ms. Balingit.

Club Proposal Form

The following clubs will be offered during the 2014-2015 academic year:

Anime Club

This club is a space for students to gather and share their love of anime, manga and the culture associated with them. Opportunities for viewing anime at lunch will be provided bi-monthly with the possibility of a field trip.

Badminton Club

This club is for any student who enjoys playing badminton from a recreational level to a competitive level.

Black Student Union

California Scholarship Federation

Students qualify for CSF membership based on the total points awarded for semester grades they earn.

Chess Club

Open to students who to play or learn to play chess. Strategies are taught and discussed at weekly meetings.

Foodie Club

Our club provides students opportunities to grow their own ingredients, share recipes, cook favorite dishes, dine at local restaurants, cater school events and host club potluck parties.

Filipino Club

This club showcases the Filipino culture and its history through teachings, activities, and of course, Filipino food!

Flight Club

This club will meet and discuss many forms of flight such as hang-gliding, paragliding, wingsuits, etc. This club will also study flight by flying model aircrafts.

Future Nurses Club

This club partners with North Bay Medical to provide our students with the opportunity to explore careers in the medical field. Students have the opportunity to shadow a nurse, assist staff and patients and attend a week long summer camp, gaining 4 days of intense hands on training.

Junior Statesmen of America (JSA)

A student-run organization focused on discussion and debate of current events, politics, government, legal issues, educational issues, and world affairs. Activities center around student debates, thought- talks, problem solving, and statewide conferences.


Latino Club

This club serves to raise cultural awareness and competency to the students at SPSV. Through various events and activities, the Latino Club invites all students to learn more about Latin American culture through food, music, dance, and celebrations.

Music Club

This club is an informal forum where students get together to jam on their instruments, share ideas, and enjoy making music with friends and other students.

National Honor Society

The SPSV Chapter of the National Honor Society is a service organization. Members are chosen by a faculty committee from a list of qualified students with a minimum GPA of 3.5. Members are selected with input from the faculty at large on the basis of leadership, service, and character in addition to the initial scholarship requirement.

National Art Honor Society

This is an honor society that promotes art out in the community and on campus. We seek out places that need upgrading "visually" and volunteer our time and talent.

Pro-Life Club

This club seeks to promote life at all stages: from womb to tomb. The club participates in pro-life activities both inside the school and out in the greater community.

Robotics Club

This club will guide students through the exciting world of robots. This club is for anyone interested in robotics, engineering, and technology.

Sports Medicine

This group of students is interested in the medical field. They work directly with the athletes learning how to evaluate, treat and rehabilitate injuries. They will also learn first aid and emergency care. Members will be taking trips to different colleges to tour through the athletic facilities and speak to the sports medicine teams.


A student action group who focuses their energies in taking action against issues of social injustice to improve the lives of others.

Urban Farmers Club

This club works on projects in the school garden. Students learn about organic farming methods and focus on the quality of environmental stewardship. The future goal of the club is to grow organic produce to feed the SPSV community.


Offered as a zero period class. They meet to put together the school's annual yearbook.