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2019 - 2020 Clubs
Henry J. Kaiser High School
 
 
Clubs
 Meeting Day  Time  Location  President  Advisor  Ext.
Anime Manga Friday Lunch G201 Kaitlyn Nohara Mr. Andy Lee 2320
Book
Thursday
(2nd & 4th)
Lunch  E202  Hannah Chen  Ms. Amy Conners  2298 
Chess
Wednesday & Friday
After School H203 Tony Ou Mr. Mark Gardner 2287
Chinese Friday Lunch  E205  Megan Ibara Ms. Yi Lee  2301 
Computer Science
Tuesday & Thursday
Lunch  E303 Kurt Kimura  Ms. Elizabeth Ben  2304 
Cooking Thursday Lunch  E102  Emily Ramirez  Ms. Justine Perkins  2294 
DECA (Business) Every other Friday Lunch  E303  Sarah Lorenzo Ms. Elizabeth Ben  2304 
Drama Thursday Lunch  G102  Ruby O'Malley Ms. Ann Ogilvie  2319 
Film
Wednesday Lunch 
A302 
Joshua Grube  Ms. Jasmine Mathew  2265 
Graphic Arts
Wednesday Lunch
F101
Ethan Mamiya Ms. Malie Tran 2312
GSA (Genders and Sexualities Allience)
Wednesday Lunch  H102  Aisley Waldrop Ms. Lee Curran   
Humane Society Thursday Lunch  A102  Marina Morishige  Ms. Shelley Pang  2341 
Interact (Service) Thursday Lunch  C203  Andie Hammel Mr. David Higa  2275 
International Wednesday Lunch  F302  Bokyeong Kim Ms. Paula Bender  2296 
Japanese Friday Lunch  A104  Mia Noguchi  Mr. Daryn Arakaki 2258
Key (Service) Tuesday Lunch  H303  Letica Yim Mr. Scott Iwanaga  2291 
K-Pop Thursday Lunch  A202  Melody Matsumoto  Ms. Brent Zakahi  2261
Law Every other Wednesday Lunch  C102  Ashley Summers Ms. Lory Dillon  2269 
Leap (Environmental) Thursday  Lunch  C304  Sarah Ah See Ms. Sarah Shiroma  2281 
Leo (Service) Wednesday Lunch  A304  Reina Kim Mr. Gordon Chun  2267 
Math Team
Monday, Thursday, Friday
After School H302  Ethan Nguyen Mr. Reinhardt Lai-Hipp  2286 
Medical Friday Lunch  A303  Megan Oshiro Ms. Jasmine Mathew  2265 
Model UN Thursday Lunch  G203  Anna Wood Mr. Brent Zakahi  2322 
National Honor Society Monday Lunch  H102  Aria Almario Ms. Rinda Fernandes  2284 
Outdoors             
Spanish Friday Lunch  E203  Isabel Rivera Mr. George Bratakos  2299
Wipeout Crew (Environmental) Wednesday Lunch  C303  Conrad Morgan  Mr. Paul Balazs  2280 
Women in Leadership Monday Lunch F203 Haley Lenander Ms. Maryam Ayati 2316

(26) CLUBS 

 

Academic-Related Clubs 


  • Chinese -Members explore Chinese culture and traditions through various activities.
  • Computer-Learn how to code, 3D model/print, and a lot more.
  • Cooking -Students will develop cooking skills and learn recipes they may need in their lifetime.
  • Drama -This club learns about drama in a workshop format, attends previews of community theater, and supports the school play, the Speech Festival, and the Shakespeare Competition.
  • Film Studies -Film enthusiasts will view films and discuss the elements of good film-making.
  • Graphics -Members learn valuable skills in graphic design and industrial arts through digital design programs and other art media.
  • Japanese -Members learn about Japan through volunteering at events and participating in cultural activities.
  • Math Team- Students who enjoy math should join this club to participate in Oahu Math League interscholastic competitions.
  • Model United Nations -Students discuss and debate global issues and world affairs after school and on weekends.
  • National Honor Society -Sophomores and Juniors with a minimum cum. G.P.A of 3.500 may apply for membership after 1st Term report cards are finalized. Selection is based not only on scholastic achievement, but also on service, leadership, and character.
  • Spanish -Members explore the music and history of different Spanish cultures.                                                            

Service Clubs 

(While all Kaiser clubs do service, service is the exclusive focus of these three clubs.)


  • Interact -The Interact Club provides opportunities for fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. Affiliated with the Rotary Club.
  • Key -Students who love to serve others should join this intensive international service club that participates in many varied activities. Affiliated with the Kiwanis.
  • LEO -This active service club encourages “Leadership”, “ Experience” and “Opportunity”. Affiliated with the Lions Club.


Special Interest Clubs


  • Anime-Manga Club -Club members discuss anime, Manga, and  Japanese culture.
  • Chess -This club teaches members how to play chess, and also for those willingto compete in interscholastic chess tournaments.
  • GSA -This club serves to educate and empower students who are in or support the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Humane Society -This club works with the Hawaiian Humane Society to bring awareness to animal issues and care.
  • International -Club members will assist, support, and encourage international students to participate in school activities.
  • K-Pop -Members meet to analyze, discuss, and learn about K-POP.
  • Law -This club strives to create the lawyers of tomorrow and provides information on what it takes to become a member of the justice system.
  • LEAP -Leaving Earth At Peace Club is an environmental group focused on cultivating a mindset of living sustainably.
  • Medical -Club members will explore their interests in the medical field by meeting various doctors, and by participating in events that help the medical community.
  • Outdoors -Club members experience the outdoors by going on various hiking excursions and participating in various service projects.
  • Women in Leadership Organization-This club strives to empower girls by learning from female leaders within our community and from around the world.
  • Wipeout Crew-This club's purpose involves ocean safety and access, the improvement of our beaches, and connecting with the Hawaiian culture.