School-Sponsored Clubs

Churchill High School is active with many diverse clubs. Get involved, make friends, and have fun. Investigate a club that appeals to you.

Learn more about sports on our C-Hill Athletics page.

Would you like to start a new club? Review the Club Guidelines, then fill out the Club Request Form.

Club Meetings Adviser(s)
Anime Club Tuesdays after school in F55 Miiko Suzuki
Art Club Tuesdays at lunch in B1 Holly Albone
Sierra Dawson
Asian and Pacific Islander Student Union
IG: @chsasu
Thursdays at lunch in F55 Miiko Suzuki
Black Student Union
Tuesdays at lunch in K8 Gene Chism
Climate Action Club
IG: @chs.climate.action
Wednesdays at lunch in STEM100 Helen Haberman
Louisa Dorsch
Feminist Student Union Fridays at lunch in the Auditorium Lynne Given
Fun and Games Club Wednesdays at lunch in H12 Niki Smith
Gender and Sexuality Alliance
Tuesdays at lunch in the Auditorium Casey Tiemann
Interact Club Thursdays at lunch in F39 Sheree Houck
Jewish Cultural Union
Mondays at Lunch in F53 Casey Tiemann
Latino Student Union
Wednesdays at lunch in J11
Medical Club
(Club Med)
Mondays at lunch in B4 Keri Pilgrim
Mind Body Divergence Alliance

an affinity group for students with…

  • Neurodivergence identities such as ADHD, Autism, or other neurological conditions
  • Physical disabilities identities: limb differences, wheelchair users, etc.

It’s a place to get to know fellow students and the community and for changing the stigma of mind/body differences.

Fridays at lunch in F39
(starting 1/6/2023)
Jené Conrad
National Honor Society
Contact adviser Sheree Houck
Native American Student Union
NASU Invitation Video
Theatre Tech Wednesdays at 3:45 p.m. in the Auditorium Alex Patton
Thursdays at lunch in H8 Alex Patton
Women in Science and Engineering
Facebook Group
Tuesdays at lunch in the STEM Conference Room Mary Beth Hepp-Elam
Youth Action Council
YAC Invitation 2020
Tuesdays at lunch in F36 Claire Bierman

Community-Sponsored Clubs

The Eugene School District 4J encourages students to be involved in extracurricular and co-curricular activities. In addition to school-sponsored activities (school clubs), Community-Sponsored activities allow students to broaden their educational experience in the areas of physical fitness, social development, and skill enhancement.

Learn more about community-sponsored clubs here.


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