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​Clubs and More


Clubs are open to everyone and usually run once a week.

Listen to announcements and check bulletin boards for specific information.





Cawthra Clubs


OrganizationStaff AdvisorLocationTime
Athletic CouncilGui Palias, Darlene Kirby205Wed 11:30
Black Students AssociationRiley215according to student availability
Breakfast ClubMohiuddin201mornings according to student availability
Cawthra Christian Club​Bonnar, Palias, San Augustin
Room 100​Period C - meeting twice monthly
Creative Illustration ClubVenema105A, Tech WingWed 3:15-4:30
Creative Minds of CawthraBrady & San Agustin111Tue  3:05
Cross CountryWatson & LyOutside of Girl's Phys. Ed. Mon& Wed 11:15, Tue& Thur 3:05
Dance CouncilHollingsworthStudio -301Tue11:15
DECAMiller & Nath303Mon  3:10 pm
Eco ClubHickey & Fitzpatrick206Thur 11:15-12:25
Engineering ClubHickey206Mon 11:15-12:25
​LeadershipKirby-McIntosh, Bartok, Bonnar, Nicotopolous202Tue Lunch
LEAP - Leaders Empowering All PeopleRamamurthy212Thur 11:15-12:25
MSAMohiuddin20311:15 every two weeks
Multicultural ClubSilvaggio211Wed every other week 11:15
Nerd ClubVenema105C, Tech WingWed 3:15-4:30
Painting ClubMonaghan113Tue 11:15
Peer TutorsMohiuddin & O'Neill Netovaries11:15
Photography ClubFuoco100Tue 3:00 - 4:30
Production (Musical/Sears/Spring Play)TillerVariesvaries
QSA (Queer Straight Alliance)ThomsRm 113Thur 3:00-4:30
SAC (Student Activity Council)Wyman-McCarthy216Fri 7:30 a.m.
Sears Drama FestivalParcher105 A StudioDec 05, Mon / Wed 3 - 5pm, Wed / Thur odd weeks 3 - 5 pm
Social Enterprise ClubMohiuddin201Team meetings as needed to meet order deadlines
Urban Dance ClubWalker103Wed 3:00 - 4:00
YearbookChan Singh311 (Science)11:15​​


School clubs and other extracurricular activities are an integral part of many students’ high school experience. They provide a chance for students to develop leadership and teamwork skills while pursuing an interest that may lead to a career or lifelong hobby.

Positive participation in activities also increases students' involvement in their school. As well, extracurricular activities are considered an asset on post-secondary school applications by showing additional positive attributes of an applicant that might not be reflected in grades alone.

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