Activities & Clubs
College Place High School is a member of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA). College Place is proud to offer students the opportunity to participate in a number of clubs and activities. If you are interested in participating in one or more of the following clubs and activities contact the Activities Coordinator or the appropriate club adviser listed below.
Adviser: Cathy Mebes
The ASB takes on a tremendous responsibility not only to serve their fellow students, but also to represent CPHS. The work of an ASB Officer is an essential part of the well being of the entire CPHS community and they accept significant responsibility for the direction CPHS will take in the coming year. Serving as an ASB Officer may be challenging, but it’s extremely rewarding and the leadership skills learned are essential skills for life. Elections are held each spring and are open to all grade levels.
Getting Involved A majority of our student population are involved in sports and/or clubs. They assist in building out school culture and community by allowing students to explore many interests while building key leadership and soft skills. We encourage all students to find something that they find of interest. Clubs are a good way to seek knowledge about what you might want to do for a career. CPHS offers many after-school activities and clubs. We highly encourage all students to get involved at CPHS and make a difference in our school and community.
|HOW TO START A NEW CLUB|
A club charter form can be retrieved from the Activities Office. Complete and turn it into the Activities Office. Once the club charter form has been reviewed by the Activities Office and Building Principal you be notified if the proposed club will move forward for a vote by the ASB. The ASB officers have a board meeting every Monday to discuss and approve or decline club charters. In order to form a new club, a petition with ten signatures must be presented and brought forth to the Student Council and state purpose of the club. Clubs require a teacher adviser, at least 5 members and a clear mission that fits within our school mission, vision and Guiding Principles. The building Principal must be in approval of the new club.
We have four main areas clubs fall under:
- Athletic (groups like Water Polo and Lacrosse)
- Academic (groups like Math Club, Debate Club, etc.)
- Educational (groups like FBLA, FFA, etc.)
- Service (groups like National Honor Society, Key Club, Peer Mediation, etc.)
Starting a club is easy and a great way to get involved and develop your leadership skills.
|Drama Club||Sarah Thompson|
|Key Club||Sarah Thompson|