Clubs on Campus
Associate Student Body (ASB)
When ASB is referred to, it means the group of students that is selected and elected to represent the entire student body of PHS. This is the student government of PHS. Throughout the years, PHS has been blessed with creative, dedicated, and responsible ASB officers. CLUB WEBSITE
The Golden Hillman band performs at school and community events throughout the year. There is an elected band council that is made up of members of the band and color guard.
Christians on Campus (COC)
C.O.C. (Christians on Campus): Opportunity for Christian students to connect and encourage one another. Meetings include discussions, sharing andguest speakers.
The cheerleaders and songleaders not only support the teams with the school spirit and enthusiasm, but also help raise money for sports on campus. They are a precision group.
California Scholarship Federation
CSF (California Scholarship Federation): Honor students gain recognition and enrichment. Membership is dependent on a qualifying grade point average. College and university invitations are an annual activity.
Future Farmers of America
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premiere leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
The French club promotes interest in French through culture and recreational activities. Any student who has been enrolled in French may attend. Students raise money for scholarships, plan a biannual trip, write French lessons, and enjoy club trips.
The Envrironment Club is a environmentally friendly club to promote activities and practices that benefit the environment, community and school.
Interact Club is a service club for youth ages 12 to 18 and is part of Rotary International , the world's first service club organization. The parent international organization consists of over 30,000 clubs around the world and boasts more than a million business and professional leaders as members. CLUB WEBSITE
Students discuss issues about government policies and are active in local elections.
The Science Olympiad is a national nonprofit organization devoted to improving the quality of science education, creating a passion for learning science and providing recognition for outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers. These goals are accomplished through classroom activities, research, professional development workshops and the encouragement of intramural, district, regional, state, national and international academic interscholastic tournaments.
Spanish club participates in activities that help students practice
Spanish and learn about the Spanish-speaking world. Fund raising activities help
pay for refreshments and field trips.
Yearbook Survey for Club Members