Join other art-minded students to explore and appreciate art! The Art Club meets on Tuesdays at 2:10 p.m. in room 303.
For more information, contact Mr. Phelps.
The ASL Club is for students to practice their sign language skills and to just have fun with the language. Come sign with us! The ASL Club meets on Thursdays at 2:15 p.m. in room 208.
For more information, contact Mr. Soelberg.
Provides students with hands-on experiences in the fields of marketing, hospitality, business and entrepreneurship. Enhances the classroom experience by providing conferences and competitions that mold high school students into character-driven leaders.
For more information, contact Mr. Long.
Diversity Equity Club
The Diversity Equity Club will share cultures with the student body and community, build close relationships with each other, and expand the knowledge of our peers about ethnic and cultural backgrounds. This club will work towards tolerance, acceptance and understanding of all cultures. This club will plan and implement the MLK Day Assembly and offer other events to promote cultural awareness throughout the school year. Club meets every other Tuesday in Room 502.
Contact Ms. Wilson with questions.
The Doodle Club is a club where you can sketch and stay involved in art. We want to keep students interested in drawing. Club meets Mondays and Fridays after school in room 613.
For more information contact Ms. Flak.
Future Farmers of America
The FFA organization gives students the opportunity for leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education. Students manage the floral shop at River. The FFA Club meets on Thursdays at 2:15 p.m. in room 615.
For more information, contact Ms. Mardon.
Students will help organize events which could include watching a French movie, learning about French culture and foods, meeting for conversation groups, and helping kids who need extra help. The club meets on alternatingFridays after school in room 206.
For more information, contact Ms. Kries or Ms Copp.
The GSA will help build community at Columbia River High School between all diverse groups, encourage acceptance, promote pride, and create a safe environment for all students. The club meets on Tuesdays after school in room 412.
For more information, contact Mr. Williams.
History and Knowledge Bowl
Knowledge Bowl is an inter district, academic contest in which teams of students compete on the basis of their ability to recall information relating to practically any and all secondary curriculum areas and trivia. Knowledge Bowl is an excellent opportunity for students of all grade levels to share their knowledge and to get to know other students from River and the Vancouver, Evergreen, Battleground and surrounding school districts. Students also have the opportunity to participate in History Bowl competitions. Open to all. Club meets alternating Mondays at 2:05pm, room 608.
For more information contact Mr. Douglas.
The Key Club is a nation-wide organization that works with the Kiwanis clubs in the immediate area and supports community involvement via fund raising and volunteering to help out non-profit organizations. Past community service projects: help senior citizens spruce up their yards, salvation army ring bells, walk and knock, collect food for homeless, work with elementary schools, fund raising for Doernbecker. Students must earn 20 hours of community service for the whole year. We help provide them the opportunities to give back to their community. Club meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays 7:10 am and 2:10pm in room 601.
For more information contact Ms. Flak.
The Mandarin Club will provide fun and meaningful activities for student who are interested in Chinese Culture. The goal of this club is to give students a rich cultural and linguistic learning experience, increase awareness of other cultures, and connect students with volunteer opportunities. Club meets every other Monday after school in room 506.
For more information contact Ms. Tian.
Mock Trial is coached by local attorneys. Over the course of the year, the team prepares a court case for scrimmages and competition against other schools in Clark County and Washington State. The team practices after school and in the evening. The team fosters strong reasoning, public speaking and acting skills. Any student who is interested is encouraged to join the team. Club meets Thursdays from 6-7:30pm in the Gallery.
For more information contact Ms. Ferguson or Mr. Burton.
The Model UN club engages in an authentic simulation of the United Nations system by learning about the UN system, the skills of debate, compromise, conflict resolution and negotiation. MUN team members have fun learning about the workings of world diplomacy through the lens of current events. Club meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays in room 607.
For more information contact Ms. George-Mayer.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is a prestigious, nationally based club for the academic elite of Columbia River High School. People are invited to join NHS if they have a cumulative 3.5 GPA or higher after the 1st semester of their sophomore year. Club members are also required to do 30 hours of community service each year. Club meets on Wednesdays and Fridays after school in the Black Box.
For more information, contact Mr. Askew.
We provide a safe, friendly environment to participate in varying outdoor activities. Come join the fun! Club meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month 7:10am in room 406.
Contact Mrs. Davis for more information.
The purpose of Philosophy Club is to broaden the perspective of students and discover and develop ideas. Students will plan weekly readings and seminars that relate to the IB Philosophy curriculum. Students may also participate in the Ethics Bowl competition. Club meets Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays after school room 604.
Form more information contact Mr. Binkley.
Project Lit Community promotes discussion and greater awareness of various issues related to identity and society, which may include issues related to equity and diversity. As part of a national literacy movement, the club also promotes the reading of contemporary young adult literature. The club is open to any member of the greater River community who would like to discuss and read common authors, texts, and/or themes. The club strives to provide an environment that respects each individual member and that encourages reflective discussion of contemporary issues. Club meets 1st Wednesday of each month during both lunches in room 600.
Contact Ms. Ferguson for more details.
This club was created to have a focus on helping the community become aware of the problems of the world. Come help with us. Club meets alternating Wednesdays at 7am and 2:05pm in room 406.
For more information contact Ms. Davis.
Skills USA CRHS Chapter
School-wide Chapter meeting. Club meets 3rd Monday of each Month. Location to be determined.
For more information contact Skills USA Adviser.
Skills USA Graphic Arts
SkillsUSA is an applied method of instruction for preparing America’s high performance workers in public career and technical programs. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work—high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education, and pride in the dignity of work. Students will compete in the areas of Extemporaneous Speaking, Pin Design, TShrt Design and Digital Design. Club meets Mondays after school in room 412.
For more information contact Mr. Williams.
Skills USA Video and Film Chapter
Video students have the opportunity to participate in SkillsUSA, a national club designed to provide students with opportunities and experiences in professional development and leadership. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry professionals working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. Club meets Mondays after school in room 306.
For more information contact Ms. Blackwell.
Student leaders will plan activities that allow participants to practice the language and learn about the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. Past activities include: watching movies, playing games, conversation dinners, learning dances and how to prepare cultural foods. Times and locations vary but are posted in the Spanish classes.
For more information contact Ms. Ramey.
Video Game Club
We want to gather kids interested in video games to talk strategy and socialize around fun games. Club meets alternating Wednesdays after school in room 302.