Student Clubs

A place for students to explore their interests and contribute to their communities.
For students, clubs are a way of finding their identity and expressing their interests, as well as fostering leadership. For faculty, it's a way of mentoring students and sharing interests outside the classroom. See the current list of clubs and mission statements below.


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  • Afri Club

    Mission Statement
    Afri-club's goal is to provide a resource to the LWHS community about Africa (specifically Senegal and Tanzania), and to share our experiences about our trip to Senegal. We also strive to support the students going on the community service this year and will fundraise to aid the group in buying supplies for the trip.
  • AIF

    Mission Statement
    AIF brings together young men of color in a spirit of brotherhood to create safe affinity spaces at LWHS where we can have fun, support one another through common concerns, share tools to help each other thrive while at LWHS and educate ourselves in preparation for lifelong journeys as loving and community-minded men of color in this world.
  • Art Space

    Mission Statement
    Art Club strives to create a casual environment where students can make, discuss, and show visual art.
  • ASIA Club

    (aka Asian-American Students in Alliance)

    Mission Statement

    ASIA strives to be a tight-knit community where students of any race, ethnicity, or background can discuss and explore Asian-American issues, history, and identity while also supporting local and global Asian and Asian-American communities.
  • Astronomy Club / Space Club

    Mission Statement
    To boldly go where no other club has gone before—deep space! The mission of the Astonomy Club is to introduce the basics of space flight, astronomy, and ground observation to anyone interested in knowing more about space.


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  • Bad Movie Club

    Mission Statement
    We strive to bring people together in goofiness over the absurdity of certain films.
  • Beekeeping Club

    Mission Statement
    Beekeeping club aims to educate students about bees, the craft of beekeeping, and issues surrounding bees in the modern world.
  • Big Chair Appreciation Club

    Mission Statement
    Big Chair Appreciation Club intends to destress the lick community through its celebration of the monument; we plan on organizing fun activities centered around the Chair! Some days, we plan on sitting on and around the Chair, bonding over our love for it. We also plan on an Appreciation Day, with a photo contest for the chairs official Instagram.
  • Black Student Union (BSU)

    Mission Statement
    The Black Student Union (BSU) aims to provide a space to explore, evaluate, and ultimately connect over what it means to be Black in today's society. BSU also strives to unite people of different cultures and explore ways that all people can positively engage in the fight for racial justice.
  • Business Leaders of Tomorrow

    Mission Statement
    Business Leaders of Tomorrow is a student-run club that strives to immerse students in the world of business by helping them understand and prepare for future roles and opportunities.


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  • Capitalist Studies / Bouncy Ballers Club

    We aspire to spread learning of business and capitalism through the distribution and sale of bouncy balls and other “novelty” items.
  • Cricket Club

    We want to teach people how to play cricket and let them experience a new culture. During meetings we will watch cricket highlights, teach people how to play, and hopefully get to play in real life.
  • Cartoon Club

    Mission Statement
    The goal of this club is to create a safe space for teenagers to get in touch with their childish side again. High school can be stressful with the work load and social staminas, taking a break every one in a while to watch a few cartoons from your past is healthy and allows you to relax for a bit.
  • CHEF (Charitable, Healthy, and Exceptional Food)

    Mission Statement
    CHEF works to provide healthy and nourishing food to those in need. We will do this by inciting the passion that many LWHS Students have to cook and channeling it towards feeding those who are don’t have access to a kitchen or a regular food supply.
  • Computer Science Club

    Mission Statement
    We aim to build a community of people interested in computer science at LWHS. We hope to foster a place where people from all backgrounds and genders can learn from each from each other and grow.
  • Constitution Club

    Mission Statement
    Constitution Club seeks to train passionate, thoughtful citizens who can understand and discuss the impact of the Constitution on America.
  • Cubing Club

    Mission Statement
    Cubing club strives to create a space where puzzle lovers can come together to learn to cube, share techniques, and compete with speed.


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  • Drone Club

    Mission Statement
    To educate the LWHS community on the safe ways drones can be operated and invite people with varieties of interests to apply their skills to drone applications.


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  • Egg Club

    Mission Statement
    The egg club aims to provide a good sense of community and overall information about egg consumption with new recipes. Adding a free space for discussion and will provide ways to stay healthy and learn about the importance of the egg.
  • El Centro Club

    We are fundraising for a community-led after school education center working to empower the community and enrich the educational experiences of children in La Pista, a rural Guatemalan community. La Pista is located in the region of Nebaj, Quiche, which is populated by indigenous Mayan families.
  • Environmental Club

    Mission Statement
    Environmental Club seeks to educate LWHS students about environmental science, raise awareness around environmental issues, and make LWHS more environmentally friendly.


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  • Food Club

    As a club, we are dedicated to expanding people's palates and food experiences. Our goal is not only for the members but also for the community. We foster a fun and welcoming community of club members and non-members alike, as overall our core mission is to improve our community.
  • Female Instrumentalists Never Ending (F.I.N.E.)

    Mission Statement
    We aim to:
    1. Provide an empowering space where female-identifying instrumentalists of all experience levels can learn, play, and create music together. 
    2. Bring attention to the contributions that professional female instrumentalists have made in their industry.
    3. Give back to our communities (LWHS, San Francisco, etc.) through performance.
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  • Fostering Activists for the Next Generation (FANG)

    Mission Statement
    We strive to be the bridge connecting students and adults in the LWHS community, allowing students to help shape not only student activism but also LWHS' relationship towards activism as an institution. Additionally, we strive to incorporate activism into the LWHS experience by including it in our education.
  • FPV Drone Racing Club

    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to make the sport of FPV racing and freestyling fun, affordable, popular, and safe for everybody.
  • Future Business Leaders of America

    Mission Statement
    The Future Business Leaders of America aims to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Our chapter at LWHS will encourage students to explore the business field and provide opportunities for resources needed to learn.


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  • Gender Sexuality Awareness (GSA)

    Mission Statement
    To work with allies in order to make LWHS an inclusive and safe space for all LGBTQIA+ people, as well as educating people about LGBTQIA+ history, terminology, and culture. We will work with student leaders and administrators around the school to make LWHS the safest place it can be for people of all sexualities, gender identities, and gender expressions. We will plan events, work with other AM clubs, and provide education about LGBTQIA+ issues to the LWHS community.
  • Girls Eat Lunch (GEL)

    Mission Statement
    Girls Eat Lunch will provide a welcoming space for all interested in learning about and discussing body image and eating disorders, and will examine how these issues appear in both the media and our own lives. GEL hopes to create a community of people that are well informed and open to discuss said topics, as well as a community that is supportive and makes all members feel comfortable.
  • Girls in Tech Club

    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to bring female identifying people together and our club strives to empower and inspire them to innovate, share wisdom, learn, and have a voice within the tech industry in the vast array of fields including coding, entrepreneurship, business planning, and more (PPP hours offered).
  • Golf Club

    Mission Statement
    To promote and grow the sport of Golf in LWHS community.


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  • Harry Potter Club

    Mission Statement
    Our goal is to provide a space for anyone interested in Harry Potter to come together and participate in discussions, analyzations, activities, and games of and related to the Harry Potter universe.


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  • Ice Sports Club

    Mission Statement
    We would like to teach ice sports such as figure skating, ice hockey, ice dance, and ice theater to the people in the LWHS community as well as allowing the LWHS community to experience the ice world outside of the LWHS community. We hope to act as a bridge to the ice skating community and allow anyone who would like to learn more or begin a new sport to feel included and able.
  • Investing Club

    Mission Statement
    LWHS Investing Club's mission is to educate the LWHS community on financial responsibility while providing real risk and reward investment strategies using real cash for charity.


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  • Jeopardy Club

    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to provide an engaging and entertaining environment for students of all backgrounds. Within our club, we would like to find and create jeopardy games that include a variety of topics that everyone would enjoy playing (topics include social media, science, history, and much more).
  • Jewish Student Union (JSU)

    Mission Statement
    Jewish Student Union aims to celebrate and examine Jewish identity and culture by leading club and schoolwide discussions, sharing holidays, and collaborating with other affinity groups to promote discussion of common experiences.
  • JSA (Junior State of America) Debate Club

    Mission Statement
    We give our peers the opportunity to think critically about current global and local political issues, through debates, discussions, and state-wide conventions run by JSA, a national student-run debate/model congress organization.


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  • Kaba Club

    Mission Statement
    KABA strives to promote unity and appreciation of the Filipino culture by bringing awareness and knowledge of various Filipino traditions and customs to the community.


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  • Latinos Unidos

    Mission Statement
    Latinos Unidos is an open and inclusive space for all students and faculty members who identify as Latinx to educate and talk about the Latinx culture, as well as discuss current events that are affecting the Latinx community around the world. Latinos Unidos also aims to have the voices of members of the Latinx community heard within LWHS. Latinos Unidos strives to build community within LWHS and invites all students and faculty members to join the conversation.
  • LWOW (Lick-Wilmerding Organization of Women)

    Mission Statement
    We strive to create a safe, feminist space within the LWHS community for community members to share opinions and experiences. Meetings encompass informal discussions, event planning, and feminist-friendly projects.


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  • Minecraft Club

    We pledge to offer a free space during lunch for students to relax and play the greatest game ever created, Minecraft.
  • Male Student Union (MSU)

    Mission Statement
    Male Student Union (MSU) accepts all students no matter of race, gender, and class. Our mission is to help students at LWHS learn about ways men dominate society and support the patriarchy in order to help eliminate the inequality of genders in our community.
  • Math Club

    Mission Statement
    The mission of the Math Club is to foster a community around a common interest in mathematics. Club members will have opportunities to apply and improve math skills by participating in friendly math competitions and learn cool problem solving strategies that would not typically be learned in a traditional math class. Members will also be able to collaborate to solve interesting and challenging math problems accessible at all math levels. The Math Club members will learn about interesting careers in math related fields and engage in activities that promote the appreciation and pursuit of mathematics.
  • Multiracial Club

    Mission Statement
    We want Multiracial Club to be a safe affinity space that promotes students who identify with coming from more than one background or race to speak on the complexities of their interaction with race and other core identifiers within the LWHS community. We hope to promote intersectionality within a very diverse catch-all identifier and understand how our particular heritage informs how we interact with others we deem to be the same or different from us.
  • Mural Club

    Mission Statement
    Mural Club strives to continue to make an offering to the community of LWHS (as well as the larger community), of student-created visual art in the form of murals.
  • The Muses

    Mission Statement
    The Muses is an all female a cappella group that promotes the arrangement and performance of multiple genres of music in a student-run environment for motivated singers. We hope to emphasize women in the musical industry through our performances, but also explore music by artists of all genders.


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  • National History Day Club

    Mission Statement
    Exploring history through historical movies, documentaries, National History Day, food, fun, and more! The mission of the history club is to encourage appreciation of history, understanding of how the past influences our present, and reflection on historical lessons so we can make wise decisions to shape our future world in a positive way.


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  • Ocean Bowl

    Mission Statement
    Our goal is to learn about oceanography as a subject and to then use that information to create teams that can compete at NOSB competitions. We also like to create a fun space during our meetings for people to come and relax during the school day as David Attenborough's voice can put anyone to bed.
  • Old Time String Band

    Mission Statement
    This club aims to introduce the LWHS community to old time music and provide a space for students who play stringed instruments to make traditional music together.


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  • Ping Pong Club

    To spread the love of the beautiful sport of table tennis
  • Puzzle Hunt

    The mission of the Puzzle Hunt Club is to challenge students to design and solve puzzles and codes of all types.
  • Philosophy Club

    Mission Statement
    We want to explore and exercise new ways of thinking in the LWHS community through philosophical inquiry. A clever man once said that the only thing we require to be good philosophers is the faculty of wonder, for wisest are those who know they do not know. Philosophy is an overlooked subject in modern life but it’s still very important because it teaches the art of questioning and reasoning for its own sake.
  • Poetry and Lyric Club

    Mission Statement
    We hope to offer supplementary practice of language analysis outside the English classroom. Analysis of the power of word can be fun in the context of modern song writing. This, we hope for members to practice English analysis in the lyrics of songs.
  • Producing Club

    Mission Statement
    To create a safe, inclusive space for anyone who wants to learn about music production or anyone who wants to practice music production. We will strive to be a creative, welcoming community where anyone is welcoming to learn about music theory and explore production, as well as listen to different genres of music. (there will also be food)


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  • Rock Climbing Club

    Mission Statement
    “Walls are meant for climbing”
    We want to provide a safe space for people to climb.
  • Robotics Club

    Mission Statement
    We are a robotics team that welcomes students of all experience levels. Together we will work to create a robot completely from scratch. No idea is too big to achieve!


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  • Sam Club

    Our mission is to provide a space where people can share and discuss personal stories related to their names. We will primarily focus on variations of the name, “Sam,” and the experiences associated with that name. While our club focuses on the name “Sam,” people of all names are welcome to share their name related experiences.
  • Sports Equipment Donation Club

    Our mission is to gather sports equipment to distribute to underprivileged children. We believe sports are a key aspect of childhood that help develop social skills and team building abilities, as well as maintaining physical and mental health. Our goal is to give this opportunity to those children through sports equipment, regardless of their socioeconomic status.
  • Sandy Hook Promise

    Mission Statement
    Create a space where LWHS students of all backgrounds can come together to take action against gun violence and carry out Sandy Hook Promise's mission: "Prevent gun-related deaths due to crime, suicide, and accidental discharge so that no other parent experiences the senseless, horrific loss of their child".
  • Smash Bros. Club

    Mission Statement
    To foster a community at LWHS for those who enjoy playing Smash Bros. to discuss and play the game together.
  • South Asian Middle Eastern Club

    (aka SAME)

    Mission Statement
    We want to create an inclusive space where South Asian and Middle Eastern students can gather to discuss issues directly affecting them, both inside and outside of LWHS. We also want to expose the larger community to South Asian and Middle Eastern culture.
  • Step Team

    Mission Statement
    Our club will allow students to create and learn really simple or really complex rhythms using only their bodies. We will not only be teaching steps, but we plan to teach and learn the history of step. It will allow students to explore how music is not only limited to select instruments and singers but can be made at any given time, in any given space.
  • Surf Club

    Mission Statement
    Surf Club's purpose is to educate and engage students in marine conservation and ocean habitats, and of course the joy of surfing!
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  • Visual Arts Club

    We want to dedicate time to those who want to practice and/or discover their artistic abilities with other artists around!


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  • The Waves

    Mission Statement
    As LWHS' co-ed a capella group we strive to create a welcoming environment within the larger LWHS community, where people from all grades and backgrounds can come together to share their love of music with one another. As a fully student led club we also work to create a space where students can feel safe to express themselves through the arts, and learn to find the power behind their singing voices and their music.
  • Water Conservation Alliance Club

    The Water Conservation Alliance (WCA) aims to help the LWHS community decrease its water footprint through:

    1. Educational initiatives such as workshops and community presentations that increase water literacy in the LWHS community. Installations of signage near water, beverage, and food sources that remind community members of the hidden water costs of everyday consumables.

    2. By working in collaboration with the Caf, we can decrease water use while also saving money by reminding community members to limit consumption of water-intensive / expensive foods like red meat.

    3. Community engagement that leverages friendly “water footprint” competitions held between groups such as grade levels, students vs. faculty/staff, or sports teams.
  • WE Club

    Mission Statement
    We want to spread awareness about issues around the world (our main focus is funding for education for girls in Haiti) and come up with ways to fundraise for these causes along with help from the Me to We organization.

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  • Christine Godinez 

    Director of Student Inclusion, Leadership and Civic Engagement

Lick-Wilmerding High School

755 Ocean Avenue | San Francisco, CA 94112 | 415.333.4021
A private school with public purpose, Lick-Wilmerding High School develops the head, heart, and hands of highly motivated students from all walks of life, inspiring them to become lifelong learners who contribute to the world with confidence and compassion.