Clubs and Activities

ASB

SOAR High School’s ASB upholds the tenet of inclusiveness.  We believe that creating an environment that seeks to identify and meet the needs of all students is the primary objective of a success leadership. We will work hard to create innovative activities, projects and programs that will be inclusive of all members of our student body. We will strive to create a camaraderie and a dynamic school spirit and culture that fosters a feeling of inclusion among a very diverse population. 

Tuesday & Thursday at 6:15 am-7:45 in S-4

Mrs. Franklin Advisor

 

Christian Club

Every Tuesday at Lunch in S-5

Mr. Small Advisor

Journalism

This A-G elective offers students a chance to learn about writing, editing, photography, layout, how to create story ideas, broadcasting, and the many opportunities available in this field. The class is responsible for producing the monthly SOARce newspaper, news broadcast, and end-of-year senior magazine. Members are enrolled in the Writing for Publication class, which meets during second period on Mondays, Wednesdays, and every other Friday. The class is taught by Mrs. Jefferson in S-5.

 

Mrs. Jefferson Teacher

Mock Trial

Mock Trial is an academic competition where student teams study a hypothetical case, conduct legal research, and receive guidance from their coach in courtroom procedures and trial preparation. The trial itself is a simulation of a criminal case, in which students portray lawyers, witnesses, court clerks, and bailiffs, thus acquiring a working knowledge of our judicial system while developing their analytical abilities and communication skills.  The Antelope Valley Union High School District Mock Trial competition traditionally takes place in February and runs for four weeks culminating in an awards ceremony to celebrate the top performing schools. 

Tuesday and Thursday during 2nd period

Mrs. Chainey Advisor

Dana Lamon Coach/Advisor

Erica Bailey Coach Assistant

InvenTeam students rely on inquiry and hands-on problem solving as they integrate lessons from STEM to develop invention prototypes that solve real-world problems. Students learn to work in teams, while collaborating with intended users of their inventions. They partner with organizations in their communities to enrich their experiences. Most of all, students learn to move forward through challenges and celebrate "Eureka!" moments.

Key Club builds character through service and leadership. Since 1925 Key Club International supports high school students as they become the world's next class of leaders. 

Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. All students are welcome to attend at lunch in room S8.

Service activities are available year-round. Please join. You’ll make new friends and give back to your community!

MS. AGNEW  ADVISOR

Nancy Speaks Co Advisor

Robotics

This club participates in the First Tech Challenge in which members compete head to head by designing, building, and programming a robot to compete in an alliance format against other teams. Participants also develop their computer science, CAD design, leadership and public relations experience. 

Mrs. Jefferson Advisor

Class of 2022 Senate

Class of 2022 Senate

The Class of 2022 created this voice for its fellow students in 2018. Members of the Sophomore class who do not hold an elected position are invited to participate in biweekly meetings to offer support to their representatives. That support can be in the form of recommendations, help during events and fundraisers, or perspective on student issues. The senate meets every other Tuesday in S-5. 

Mrs. Jefferson Co Advisor

Mrs. Blanski Co Advisor

 

 

 

2nd and 4th Friday during Lunch

Mrs. Campos Advisor

 

QSA

QSA is a club in which students can talk and learn about sexual orientation, gender identity, and some of the issues that surround them. Everyone is welcome—lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) students, as well as straight students, students with LGBTQQ families, and students who don’t have or need a label for their sexual orientations or gender identities. GSAs play a vital role in making schools safer for LGBTQQ students by providing supportive and accepting spaces as well as doing broader organizing work against homophobia and transphobia in school.

Monday during Lunch in S-1

Mrs. Nelsen advisor

 

 

Sports Club

 

 

 

Mr. Simpson advisor

This A-G elective is responsible for creating and selling SOAR's annual yearbook. Students in this class learn about all aspects of publication, including: creating a cover, developing a theme, designing pages, taking photos, writing copy, marketing, and sales. Members are enrolled in the Writing for Publication class, which meets during second period on Mondays, Wednesdays, and every other Friday.

Mrs. Jefferson Teacher