Getting involved is easy at York. Joining a club is one of the best ways to:
- meet new people
- explore interests outside the classroom
- be a leader
- serve local communities
Our club line-up is varied, and driven each year by student interest. Inspired by something not on the list? Start a new club!
We believe that now is the time to get young Americans (non-citizens included) informed about the challenges they face as the future of this Republic, and to connect them to organizations who share their passion in the interest of creating a more prosperous, and Just community, nation, and world.
Our mission is to help students of different backgrounds and philosophies become civically engaged, and we do this in a number of ways. The first and most prominent of which is our activism fair.
JSA stands for "Junior State of America", and it's an engaging, fun club where you learn about debate, politics, government, and law. The club travels to 3 conferences each year to debate with hundreds of other students from schools across Northern California.
This is a community service club which works on a variety of community service projects. They meet occasionally in room 4 on C-days.
Collects student writing, poetry, and artwork throughout the academic year. This club occasionally hold open night cafe nights and produces a literary magazine at the end of the year.
Model UN club is an opportunity for students to learn more about international relations and current events by debating and attending conferences at Stanford, Berkeley, and Santa Teresa High School. Club members have the chance to act out the roles of UN diplomats and work with other students to resolve global issues. MUN is a great way for students to improve their public speaking, debate, and diplomacy skills as well as increase their knowledge about global and current affairs.
Discusses issues facing teens today, specifically involving gender identity and stereotyping, to promote tolerance and understanding.
Builds, designs, and programs robots for different competitions and activities at school. No previous knowledge of programming or designing robots is necessary.
This club will be focusing on technology, including computers, smart phones, games, audio products, drones, wearables, etc. Our main focus is computer, but we will spend time talking about other tech devices as well.There is no commitment to the club, but when we are preparing for an event, participants who decided to be part of the team will be responsible to attend club meetings.
This is a group of students who organize outdoor trips including camping trips, beach clean ups and ski trips. They do not have regular meetings but just hold informational and organizational meetings before any trip
Produces the York School yearbook, The Peregrine. This club meets A, C, D and F days at 7:45 in the mac lab.