Clubs

Overview

Clubs
Jesuit High School has a wide variety of academic, heritage, service, and special interest clubs.

Students want more out of high school than classrooms, whiteboards, and report cards. So, a vital part of our campus life is our Clubs and Activities Programs. Our goal is that students acquire knowledge about themselves through working with others and in cooperation with students of different interests, backgrounds, and personalities. Jesuit offers more than 65 clubs to choose from, but if you don’t see the right one for you, we encourage you to start a new one!

  • 3D Printing Club
  • Acapella Club
  • All Love Alliance (ALA)
  • All Money In
  • Asian Pacific Islander Club
  • Autonomous Race Car Community At JHS (ARCC@JHS)
  • Bachelor Nation
  • Bike Club
  • Broadcasting Club
  • Business Investments Club
  • California Scholarship Federation (CSF)
  • Card Game Club
  • Chess Club
  • Cyber Security Club
  • DJs and Music Producers Club
  • Dungeoneers Club
  • Entrepreneurs  Club
  • Environmentalist Club
  • ESPN Fantasy Sports Club
  • Esports Club
  • French Club
  • Future Business Leaders of America
  • German Club
  • Holy Rollers Bowling
  • Indian Club
  • Irish Club
  • Jesuit Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Jesuit Key Club
  • Jesuit Pre-Med Club
  • Jesuit Sportsmen’s Association
  • Jewish Student Union
  • Kino Teens Advocacy Club
  • La Raza
  • Latin Club
  • Mathletes
  • Minecraft Club
  • Moorings Literary and Arts Journal
  • Multicultural Student Union
  • Music Club
  • National Science Olympiad
  • Operation Smile
  • PDAC
  • Ping Pong
  • Puzzle Club
  • R6 Club
  • RC Club
  • Robotics
  • Rugby Club
  • Scout Club
  • Seek Discomfort Club
  • Ski and Surf Club
  • Software Development Club
  • Speech and Debate
  • Speedrunning Club
  • Sports Administration Club
  • Sports Analytics
  • Students for Life
  • Students for Others
  • Super Smash Bros Club
  • The Art of Being a Gentleman
  • The Plank Club
  • Theoretical Astrophysics Club
  • Vatican Heritage
  • Vinyl Record Appreciation Club
  • Wiffle Ball Club
  • Writing Club
  • Young Americans Foundation
Post Tristine Zanotto

California Scholarship Federation

Moderator: Tristine Zanotto 

California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is a state-wide academic honors organization that recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Students may apply to the Jesuit High School chapter of CSF each semester. Academic qualifications apply – see the application and lists for more information about whether you qualify.

Students who have been members of CSF for four of their last five semesters of high school qualify for a lifetime membership.

The applications are taken each semester. Reference the CSF lists to complete the application. You must attach a copy of your previous semester grades and $10 for dues.

Peer Tutoring

When & where

We are available to students Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays at lunch time and after school in the library quiet room. 

Who is eligible for tutoring?

California Scholarship Federation (CSF) provides free tutoring to students on a drop in basis. We provide tutoring to all students who are in need. Students come sign in and receive a free tutor for any subject they may need.

Why use a tutor?

These tutors usually have had the same teacher, thus providing unique insight into what the teacher wants from their students and in their assignments. Some students come to the same tutor regularly throughout a week. 

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Jesuit Robotics Wins International Collegiate Competition
Click here to see what Jesuit Robotics is all about

Jesuit Robotics is a high school academic team specializing in the design, manufacture, and operation of underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs). Our team is comprised of highly-skilled members with multiple years of experience, providing us with the expertise to tackle a variety of challenges. Over the past decade, Jesuit Robotics has successfully produced ROVs suited to a variety of missions, including operation under the frozen crust of Jupiter’s moon, Europa, and in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico (2016).