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Clubs & Organizations

Providence High School offers several opportunities where students can explore their interests in our clubs and various organizations. All students are encouraged to participate in these organizations that take place outside of the academic classroom. Some of our clubs are service-oriented while others foster either an academic or intrinsic interest in our student body.

Associated Student Body

The Associated Student Body (ASB) plays an integral part in the students’ high school experience. Providing an opportunity to develop the student’s social abilities through school-centered activities, ASB advances school spirit and identity, not only in extracurricular events but also within the Burbank Community. Providence High School prides itself on the ability to create a safe environment in which students dare to step outside their comfort zones and grow as people whilst making everlasting memories; ASB greatly contributes to ensuring this. 

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Campus Ministry Core Team

The Campus Ministry Core Team is a small team of student leaders from all grade levels that create, plan, and execute Campus Ministry events and activities. Student leaders play an essential role by providing student voices in planning, evaluating, and developing the programs and initiatives of Campus Ministry.

Learn more about on our Faith at Providence page under Campus Ministry.



Honor Societies

Providence High School is a home to various honor societies that celebrate and foster academic scholarship and accomplishments. Eligibility to join dependent on various qualifications.

Affinity Groups

Affinity Groups are groups within Providence High School that advocate for, protect, and/or represent members of our student community or larger global community. Open to all students to join regardless of background or identity.

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Clubs List

All clubs are placed into one of three categories: interest & activity, organizations, and affinity group. Each club is operated by student officers and adult moderators. Please get in contact with the Moderator if you are interested in learning more about the club. 

Interests & Activities

Clubs under this category are interest, activity, or hobby-based. Includes volunteer and service oriented clubs.

Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
Faculty/Staff Moderator: To be determined
Art Club
Like art? This is for you.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Joanie Fenstermaker 
Big Brother Big Sister (BBBS)
Our club is designed to assist underclassmen seek advice from upperclassmen. 
Faculty/Staff Moderators: Janet Fontaine
Blackout Brigade
Provides students an opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills for technical theatre, including scenery, props, lighting, sounds, costumes, make-up, special effects, and stage management.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Annie Terry

Code Warriors
Code Warriors promote the development of knowledge of coding, while enriching student understanding of different coding languages and fostering a love for coding. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Dr. Fatima Nicdao

Cyber Patriots 
CyberPatriots allows all students to compete in the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, which puts students in the shoes of an IT professional tasked with troubleshooting vulnerabilities in cybersecurity.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Dr. Fatima Nicdao
Dungeons & Dragons
The 5th Edition of the first TTRPG (tabletop roleplaying game), Dungeons & Dragons, brings together students of all grade levels to cultivate a camaraderie through storytelling and imaginative gameplay through creativity, critical thinking, logic (totally subjective!), and collaboration.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Karissa Caperina
A club that promotes fun and connection as student play games with other students across all grade levels. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Dr. Fatima Nicdao
Helping Hands
Helping hands is an organization created to bring breast care awareness to Providence High school.  Students are able to raise money for research through enjoyable events such as Dig Pink, Rose Run and other events.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Mayra Pelaez
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The MakerClub provides an opportunity for all students to experience various forms of technology, such as 3D Printers, laser cutters, etc.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Dr. Fatima Nicdao
PHS Band & Songwriters Club
PHS Band/Songwriters Club is a club for all aspiring young musicians. We meet to collaborate and perform music together. The band will also rehearse music for various campus events.
Faculty/Staff Moderator:  Tracy Stroh 
Students Run Los Angeles (SRLA)
Train for and run in the L.A. Marathon 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Tara Carter

Affinity Groups

Clubs categorized as Affinity Groups are representative of social identities and allyship on campus, including but limited to LGBTQIA+, gender, ethnicity, race, mental health, etc. Clubs under this category are open to all students.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Club (AAPI) 
Faculty/Staff Moderator
: James Jimenez
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Association of Latin American Students (ALAS)
Provide opportunity for ALL students to celebrate Latin American culture, lifestyle, and history. 
Faculty/Staff Moderators: Maribel Kuklish & Josue Pacheco
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Black Student Union (BSU)
Provide opportunity for all students to celebrate Black culture, lifestyle, and history. 
Faculty/Staff Moderators: Mayra Pelaez & Allyssa Moscotte
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Empowering Leadership in Latina Athletes (ELLA)
Provides mentorship and support to student-athletes in their academic and professional journeys.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Anthony Martinez
Hummus for Humanity
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Rita Saade
This SLO is an organization for Jewish students at Providence and anyone else that is interested in increasing their understanding of Judaism. We will meet to learn about Jewish culture, the religion of Judaism, and the various ways, both current and historic, that Jewish people have been oppressed in society.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Janet Fontaine & Sister Joeline Santiago, SSS
Guided by our mission to serve all, especially those who are poor and vulnerable, and our values, Prism is a student-led organization that aims to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment for all youth, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Prism provides a supportive environment for LGBTQ+ students, along with students who are questioning their identity, have LGBTQ+ friends/family, and/or are passionate about LGBTQ+ issues. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Daniel Gamez & Ryan Cadiz
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Providence HYE
Provide opportunity for all students to celebrate Armenian culture, lifestyle, and history. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Teresa Piumetti
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Red Whistle Club 
Educate students and provide resources on sexual assault/harassment 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Julianne Kusmierczyk & Karissa Caperina
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Well Aware ♦
Well Aware is a student led organization with the goal of fostering long lasting Mental Health Awareness with the goal of strengthening our community, our support networks, our commitment to social justice and equity, and the wellness of our community.   
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Shanica Dale 
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Clubs categorized in this category often are programs, groups and/or honor societies tied to an external organization. Membership for these clubs may have requirements (GPA, service hours, participation expectations) prior to joining.

Academic Decathlon
The Academic Decathlon is a team competition that challenges the mind in annually assigned themes such as World War II, The History of Medicine, Water and more. Students compete in teams and dedicate their time and talent to one theme under the following subjects: Art, Economics, Literature, Math, Music, Science, Social Science, Speech, and Interview.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Michelle Laforce
Associated Student Body (ASB)
The Associated Student Body (ASB) plays an integral part in the students’ high school experience. ASB advances school spirit and identity, not only in extracurricular events but also within the Burbank Community. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Joe Bennett & Le'Von Davis
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California Scholarship Federation (CSF)
The California Scholarship Federation is an honor society whose members have achieved excellence in both academics and in citizenship. Its motto, "Scholarship for Service," indicates the awareness and concern members have for their communities.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Maribel Kuklish 
Campus Ministry Core Team
Campus Ministry lead various ministries on campus that support the spiritual life of the school, open to all students. The team promotes vibrant Catholic school community and encourage the ecumenical and interfaith cooperation. Learn more on our Faith at Providence page.
Mock Trial
The Providence High School Mock Trial Program is a coeducational, extracurricular after school activity (with significant co-curricular features) designed to allow students the opportunity to perform as variety of roles seen in legal system. Students learn aspects of constitutional law, basic civics, courtroom procedure & criminal law—while honing their public speaking and competitive skills. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Elizabeth Hoffman & Dennis Bullock
Model U.N.
Model United Nations is a coeducational, extracurricular after school activity (with significant co-curricular features) designed to allow students to study, and participate in, the world of foreign relations through mock sessions of the United Nations General Assembly.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Dennis Bullock 
National English Honor Society (NEHS)
Academic recognition, scholarship and award eligibility, and opportunities for networking with others who share an enthusiasm for the language arts.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Tara Ann Carter
National Honor Society (NHS)
The purpose of the society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote leadership, to stimulate a desire to render civic service, and to encourage the development of character in all students. Membership is open to students in grades 10-12, and requires completion of an application and completion of various requirements.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Maribel Kuklish
Spanish Honor Society
The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and Portuguese and is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. 
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Maribel Kuklish
Tri-M Honor Society
Music honor society. Requirements for membership apply.
Faculty/Staff Moderator: Marisa Bradfield 
Unicef Unite
Faculty/Moderator: To be determined