For more information on current clubs and how to get involved, see Mrs. McGreevy or ask any Leadership Officer.
*Some clubs charge $10 dues. **Latin Club charges $20. Financial assistance is available for club membership dues. Please contact the Director of Student Activities, Mrs. McGreevy, to request assistance.
Club Information Is being Updated- In meantime- see sheet here for more information
Acapella Blue Skirts
An acapella singing club. Membership by audition only.
President(s): Olivia Walbeck
Moderator(s): Tina Harris
We put up the exhibits at the school, the Christmas tree, and we also have the art community outreach. We make the banners for each incoming freshman class and go on a yearly trip to San Francisco to look at an Art Museum.
President(s): Kaiya Moser and Loren Ayers
Moderator(s): Mary Stember
Asian Pacific Islander Club (APIC)
Promote Asian Culture in formal and informal settings and bring people together who may have commonalities and to learn, explore, welcome diversity, and share our culture with others.
President(s): Suzanne Salazar and Emily
Moderator(s): Mrs. Austin and Ms. Lee
This club is made to improve signing skills and to learn more about the deaf community
President(s): Riley Glenn, Drusilla
Moderator(s): Joan Biller
Black Student Union
A space for black students to talk to and support each other
President(s): Mya Jefferies
Moderator(s): Ms. Lee
A philosophical and psychological club where we take deep and reflective topics and discuss our opinions.
President(s): Audrey Reyes and Nicole
Moderator(s): Ms. Harrity
Celebrate and learn more about Korean culture, it’s history and celebrate Korean holidays. Additionally, the club focuses on K-pop (Korean pop) and performs K-pop dances at school wide events such as International Night, SFHS’ talent show, and Club Night.
President(s): Izzy Asker
Moderator(s): Ms. Stember
iDC! is going to be a club for discussion on DC topics. It will be like a book club for DC. We’re going to talk about different characters and their changes with the decades, and comics, movies, cartoons, and anything DC-related club members want to talk about. There’s probably going to be discussion on disagreements in the DCEU and Arrowverse too.
President(s): Alyssa Appel
Moderator(s): Mr. and Mrs. Williams
The DIY club’s purpose is to promote creativity among students in the form of crafts.
President(s): Brittany Ramirez
Moderator(s): Ms. Bown
Expression, Rythme, and Attitude. SF’s beloved Hip-Hop dance group. Membership by audition only.
President(s): Grace Shackleford
Moderator(s): Ms. Lee
To promote the understanding and appreciation of French culture and language.
President(s): Maria Corvacho, Gabriella Ocaziones,
Bella Donndershine, and Jaclynn Burgess
Moderator(s): Madame Picca
Allow students with similar interests to come together and meet new friends with a shared liking of gaming. Girls are able to play their favorite games with each other during meetings in a friendly and welcoming environment.
President(s): Marie Simonian and Hannah
Moderator(s): Mrs. Williams
Continue to foster the relationship with our sister school in Ghana and to help SF students understand the culture, customs, and challenges of our sisters.
Moderator(s): Mr Tholcke, Joe Poggi
Girls Who Code
For anyone interested in coding and computer science to get more involved in STEM and to improve coding abilities
President(s): Riley Glenn and Claire
Moderator(s): Mr. Chamberlain
To brighten people’s days through anonymous letter writing.
Moderator(s): Ms. Boylan
Not a club but a ministry that is run through the Campus Ministry Department that provides a community of support and a sense of safety and respect for the human dignity of the LGBTQ community at SFHS.
President(s): Skylar Strawn, Sara
Moderator(s): Mr. Tholcke and Mrs. McGreevy
An opportunity for current Italian students to further their involvement in Italian culture and to expose students who do not take Italian to be exposed to Italian Culture. We put together a dance for International Night and we go to see an Italian opera in San Francisco.
President(s): Kim Riley and Anna
Moderator(s): Sra. Bertini
Musicians who want to explore a new genera of music meet up to play different jazz songs.
President(s): Bridget Kemp
Moderator(s): Mrs. Harris
Kansei Japanese Club (KJC)
The word “Kansei” means “accomplished” or “finished”. We would like to help students learn more about the Japanese culture. We want to teach people the positive aspects of Japan and help them learn the language. (Japanese 101)
President(s): Tyra Moeller and Izzy Asker
Moderator(s): Mr. Will
International service club partnered with Kiwanis Family House
President(s): Kayden Tsuyuki and Audrey
Moderator(s): Mrs. Shelly
Celebrate Latinx traditions through cultural education and events as well as cultivate pride and love for Troubies culture and heritage.
President(s): Andrea Campos
Moderator(s): Ms. Sahmed
Promotion of the classics.
President(s): Sara Hadigian, Lara Chappuie and
Moderator(s): Dr. Briggs
Provide a space for students to gather during lunch to strengthen bonds and feel safe and welcomed
President(s): Hannah Hickman and Reese
Moderator(s): Mrs. Selles
Medicine and More Club
Medicine and More is a club that provides students who have a interest in the medical field with more information through events, volunteering opportunities, conferences, and guest speakers.
President(s): Sabrina Rahim
Moderator(s): Ms. Ketcham
NHSDA – National Honor Society for Dance Arts
NHSDA or National Honor Society for Dance Arts. This club recognizes hard working students with a 3.0 GPA or higher that dedicate hard work and multiple hours to the dance arts.
President(s): Jennifer Phelan
Moderator(s): Ms. Agata
Period No Girl Left Behind
We would meet once a month to package feminine hygiene products for homeless women in Sacramento and focus on education and awareness of feminine issues in the homeless community.
Moderator(s): Ms. Bown
Racial Justice League
Bring racial awareness to the students of St. Francis, and through research, training, and processing, cultivate a safe environment and give students the opportunity to feel prepared in racial conflict.
President(s): Monet Cook and Marli
Moderator(s): Dr. Javier-Watson
Bring awareness of environmental stressors and their effect on personal well-being
President(s): Olivia Hazeghazam and Nicole
Moderator(s): Ms. Kym
Students will be able to sign up for tournaments with a partner. If a student doesn’t have a partner coming in with them, they can meet a new friend through the club to play with! It’s a fun way to go outside and have some fun with friends!
President(s): Kiley Kane, Kaitlyn Back
and Juliana Venegas
Moderator(s): Mr. Hanarhan
Student Athletic Advisory Committee – Membership by nomination only
President(s): Alyssa Jacobsen
Moderator(s): Mark McGreevy
SF Bollywood teaches students about the different aspects of Indian culture, specifically music and dance.
President(s): Ena Nyak and Ana Calderon
SF Buzz Club
The SF Buzz club was created to further expand the excitement and knowledge of the greater Sacramento area by recognizing and honoring our troubies commitment and dedication to their academics, athletics, and passions on and off campus.
President(s): Peyton Spellacy
Moderator(s): Ms. Mary Anne Kelly and Ms. Namba
SF Music Club
Provide girls who are passionate about music with a safe and constructive environment in which they can share their musical gifts and grow as artists.
President(s): Kelsi Towle
Moderator(s): Ms. Sharon
We are responsible for almost all technical aspects of the school, including mass, the annual musical and play, as well as one acts.
President(s): Molly Southard
Moderator(s): Jeremy Toy
Membership by audition only.
President(s): Mackenzie Holmes, Camryn
Moderator(s): Mrs. Harris
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
The SWE club focuses on educating our members about the various fields of engineering by exploring theses fields through a variety of fun, hands-on activities.
President(s): Caterina Almazan
Moderator(s): Ms. MacDonald
To promote the understanding and appreciation of Spanish culture and language.
Sports Media Club
Provide Media coverage of SFHS sporting events to our community.
President(s): Bella McCullough
Moderator(s): Mr. Shaff
The Hope Project
Provide SF Troubies with information about the cancer that that specific month celebrates. (EX: May = Brain cancer awareness month, etc.).
President(s): Marisa Christopolus and Julia
Moderator(s): Mrs. Stone
Troubies of the World
Troubies Save the Earth
Troubies Who Mean Business
Women Empowerment Club