Club Spotlights

Club Name:  Future Business  Leaders of America (FBLA)

Club Advisor: James Toste

What is your club about: FBLA is a national organization that has a goal to inspire and prepare business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. We have various conferences that we attend throughout the year with a mix of business and fun.

Where and when do you meet: B207 at lunch every other Tuesday.

Why should students join your club: FBLA is a good way to make connections with other young people that are considering a career in business.  We partake in academic competitions, social events, and self-growth opportunities to demonstrate leadership.


Club Name:  HARRT Club (Health and Responsible Relationship Troup)

Club Advisors:  Joy Esquibel & Eva Lear

What is your club about:  HARRT Club is a school-based adolescent relationship abuse prevention program aimed at empowering youth to advocate for safe, respectful and healthy relationships.

Where and when do you meet:  Meetings are on Tuesdays after school from 3:30-4:30.

Why should students join your club:  Students should join HARRT club to learn how to advocate for themselves and others in toxic or abusive relationships.


Club Name: Key Club

Club Advisor: Jessica Insell

What is your club about: We are an international, student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership.  A few of the types of service we provide are helping to organizing the 4th of July parade; local elementary school carnivals and functions; working with the Turlock Gospel [Mission] to clean, organize the facility, and prepare and serve meals; and Color-A-Smile where we color pictures to brighten the day of others.

Where and when do you meet: Our meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 6pm in the   Pitman library.

Why should students join your club: Students should join our club because we provide service-learning opportunities.  It feels good to help other people and our community. Colleges look for students who volunteer.  Not only do we help those in need, but we also make new friends who share similar interests.  These friendships often become great connections outside of our academic world.  Students should join our club because we develop leadership skills that are beneficial in life.



Club Name: Art Club

Club Advisor: Lucinda Zaharris

What is your club about: Our club is about creating a space for students to share their art, be creative, and have fun!

Where and when do you meet: Monday’s at Lunch in room E128

Why should students join your club: Art Club is a great way to learn more about art, meet other creative students, and learn about art contests and other opportunities to showcase your art.


Club Name: Pride Equity Council

Club Advisors: Marya Moreno (Dean of Students), Angelica Ayala Cardenas (TUSD Coordinator of Equity Initiatives)

What is your club about: The mission of the PHS Equity Council is to promote awareness and appreciation of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Members develop leadership, awareness, and decision-making skills to ensure that all students on campus thrive physically, emotionally, and academically.

Where and when do you meet: We meet during Pride Time every other Monday in the Library.

Why should students join your club: Students have the opportunity to become leaders on campus, advocate for important issues, connect with peers and community leaders, organize and plan events and more! Students also have the unique opportunity to be considered pioneers of this new district initiative!


Club Name:  Game Club

Club Advisors:  Marcus Hatchell and Stephen Montgomery

We meet in the Library after school on Tuesdays from 3:20 to 4:45.

If you like Role playing games, collectible trading card games, board game sand video games then this is the place for you.  It is an excellent opportunity to meet people who share your love of gaming.