All clubs must be approved by ASB and administration and meet the criteria of the school constitution. In order to participate in sports or clubs, students must have a minimum of a 2.0 GPA from the previous quarter and may not have excessive “Unsatisfactory” – “U”s in citizenship.
At the beginning of each school year the ASB hosts our annual Club Fair. During this time students will have the opportunity to learn about and sign up for various clubs or create a new club. All students are encouraged to participate in at least one club.
Should you have any questions about any of the clubs listed below, please contact the adviser with your questions.
Please pay attention to the weekly announcements for important club announcements.
|Art Club||The art club meets Mondays after school from 3:00-4:00 P.M. in the art room. Adviser: Mr. Ehrlinger|
|AVID||AVID stands for Advancement via Individual Determination. This class/club helps students learn proper study habits and sets them up on the right track to attend college. Adviser: Mrs. Levy|
|Book Club||Students enjoy book discussions and make new friends. Sign up in the library. Adviser: Mrs. Schaeffer|
This club is Ensign's cheer squad. They perform at many of our home basketball and volleyball games, our assemblies, and off campus at special events. Adviser: Mrs. Halperin
|Dance Club||If you are interested in joining the Ensign Dance Club, please see Mrs. Gibbons. This club meets on Thursdays after school in the gym. Adviser: Mrs. Gibbons|
|Debate Club||If you are interested in debate, please see Mrs. Halperin. This club meets during SSR and is now an SSR class. Adviser: Mr. Blackie|
|Drama Club||If you are interested in drama and the performing arts and would like to help out with Ensign's theater productions, then this is the club for you. This club meets after school on Wednesday from 12:45-1:30 P.M. Adviser: Mrs. Grenier|
|FCA Club||The FCA Club is open to all students. Students are free to discuss anything about the Bible. This club meets during seventh and eighth grade lunch on Tuesdays. Seventh graders meet in room 39, and eighth graders meet in room 41. Advisers: Mr. Blackie and Mrs. Blankenship.|
|Fishing Club||Fishing trips are planned throughout the year. This is a club where students who enjoy fishing and the outdoors can come together. This club meets after school on Wednesday in Mr. Blackie's room, room 41, from 12:45-1:15 PM. Adviser: Mr. Fuschetti|
|Garden Club||Do you have a green thumb? Monday during SSR 8th grade garden club meets. Friday during SSR 7th grade garden club meets. Help maintain Ensign's garden! Adviser: Ms. Rush|
|Gay Straight Alliance Club||The Gay Straight Alliance Club meets Mondays during seventh and eighth grade lunch in the band room. Advisers: Mrs. Grenier, Mrs. Charron, and Mrs. McDowell|
This club meet in the spring and is for students who love golf. Please listen to the announcements to find out when this club's first meeting will be. Adviser: Mr. Fuschetti
|Lacrosse Club||The Lacrosse Club is for students who are interested in playing lacrosse, and club meetings will focus on running drills and discussing plays. Please pay attention to the announcements to find out when this club will first meet. It is scheduled to start meeting on Tuesdays from 3:00-4:00 PM behind the portables. Adviser: Ms. Prober|
|Nature Academy||Students will learn about Science after school on Mondays from 2:45 until 4:00 PM in this club. Adviser: Mrs. Blankenship|
National Junior Honor Society is a club for students who earn academic grades and fulfill a certain number of community service hours. Students work their first year to complete the requirements to join this club. Meetings are held occasionally to disseminate information, and eighth grade students go on three college field trips.
|Robotics Club||The Robotics Club meets after school on Mondays and Thursdays in room 1. Adviser: Mr. Metcalf|
|Seabees Connect||Seabees Connect is a mentoring program for 8th grade leaders who wish to connect their fellow Ensign students through school spirit and character growth by leading summer orientation for new students, promoting student body activities, and supporting teams/organizations. Connectors are awesome role models on campus! Interested students should contact one of the advisers: Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Arrow|