•  ERHS CLUBS 2016-2017
    NAME ADVISOR
    ACTIVE CATHOLICS EVERYWHERE RUELAS
    ACE Club is a forum in which students can discuss contemporary issues and interpretation of scripture. We have discussions, praise and worship, and provide a safe atmosphere to try and provide solutions to students with problems. It is open to anyone. Meetings are every Friday in F211 from 3-4 pm
    ALL ABOUT THAT FOOD VALENZUELA
    APES CLUB C. FISHER
    ART CLUB TURANG
    Art Club provides opportunities for students to share their creative endeavors with
    other students. Art Club fosters creativity and provides an environment where students
    will create, explore, and experience a variety of artwork and art activities. Art Club will
    host a school and community art show at the end of the school year.
    ASB TELLEZ
    ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CHEN
    ASSOCIATION OF FLIPINO AMERICAN (AFA) MATA/K. HERNANDEZ
    ATHLETICS SHIRES
    AVID SMITH - Freshman
    MUELLER - Sophmore
    MATA - Junior
    A. HERNANDEZ - Senior
    AVID Club, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is an elective program that helps students to achieve the necessary requirements and skills to be eligible for university acceptance. AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in global society. The program has two major components: tutorials and AVID curriculum. Tutorials occur Monday - Thursday for half the block schedule. Tutorials are small study groups that are facilitated by college students who assist with their studies. Each AVID student is to come prepared for the tutorial with questions from their core or college classes. Field trips may be scheduled to visit local colleges and universities, providing students with the opportunity to visit the institutions firsthand. 
    BADMINTON YU
    BAND JOHNSON
    The Band Club consists of students interested in helping increase the quality and exposure of the ERHS band and color guard. The purpose of this organization is to support the activities of the ERHS Instrumental Music and Color Guard programs.
    BASKETBALL G. WINGATE
    Girls Basketball Club: The purpose of this organization is support the Girls basketball
    program at ERHS by raising money for tournaments, games, and leagues.
    BEST BUDDIES HOLGUIN
    Best Buddies is an international organization that builds one on one friendships between individuals with and without disabilities. Our chapters goal is to raise awareness about disabilities on campus and in the community, promote acceptance and equality, and develop meaningful relationships that hopefully continue after high school.
    BIG BUDDIES BICKEL
    Big Buddies club members will interact with the students from Eastvale Elementary on a weekly basis.  Members will participate in a variety of activities: tutoring, counseling, holiday projects, games and more! Our purpose is to be great role models to the elementary school students, and to develop relationships with them very similar to that of siblings. We hope to prepare our youngest peers to be successful in junior high, high school andcollege.
     
    BSU SMITH
    BSU Club - The Black Student Union of Eleanor Roosevelt High School strives to achieve
    the following goals and purposes:
              1. Bring African American students together for cultural education and enrichment
              2. Bridge cultural gaps that exist among campus ethnic groups in order to promote
                   awareness, understanding and sensitivity
               3. Stimulate interest in higher education
               4. Invite students to take an active role in the constructive development of our
                   campus and city community.
               5. Fun and Fellowship! 
    CARE NGUYEN, K
    CAREER AWARENESS HURD/ALONGI
    CC FRESHMAN  RENTERIA/YU
    Freshman Class Council club is a group comprised of 9th graders that want to be leaders  on campus. These students are in charge of numerous activities that promote school spirit, support other students, and support ASB!
    CC SOPHOMORE GAMACHE/DERAGISCH
    Sophomore Class Council is a club of students that represent the graduating class of 2019. Our purpose is to promote school spirit through various year-round activities and fundraising. Our mission is to promote unity on campus by providing a fun and safe environment where students can meet new friends, bond with the sophomore class, and become an integral part of the ERHS family. Further, we are leading by example in our classrooms and community by being respectful, responsible, and safe the Mustang Way!
    CC JUNIOR ARAGON/BERNARD
    Junior Class Council promotes class and school spirit through various year-round
    activities and fundraising. Our mission is to create more unity among our class by giving
    every student a voice and a chance to participate in activities while nurturing the
    relationship between class council, ASB, and the entire tenth grade student body. We
    hope to create long-lasting memories, a strong bond among students, and foster healthy
    relationships so students feel like they are an integral part of the ERHS family.
    CC SENIOR MULLER/NIGHSWONGER/ROSALES
    Senior Class Council focused on raising school spirit by planning events and promoting
    school functions.
    CHOIR HUETE
    Choir Club  is composed of students enrolled in any Choir Classes (Madrigals, Women's Ensemble, Vocal Jazz and Concert Choir). We perform in some school functions, represent the school in many community and district events, district festivals and participate in competitions approved by the Administration.
    COSPLAY SANCHEZ
    CSF MATA
    California Scholarship Federation (CSF) The California Scholarship Federation (CSF)
    emphasizes high standard of scholarship and community serve for California high
    school students. Founded in 1921, the CSF is the oldest scholarship institution in the
    state of California. Since the 2010-11 school year, our inaugural year, students have
    maintained membership status through reapplying every semester. Those who have
    maintained membership for at least four semesters or more are recognized at their
    year's graduation ceremony by having their names read first. They are also recognized
    at each year's Senior Banquet and awarded gold chords and stoles to wear for
    graduation. Aside from recognition, CSF also provides a safe academic environment
    for students of like motivations and achievement. Each year we have northern
    California university tour, various service events, tutoring, and the popular ERHS
    Culture night. Check out the CFS website for information on applying and qualifications.
    DRAMA CLUB FROST
    ECON IN REAL LIFE LAVENTURE
    ELACC CARRERAS
    The mission of the English Language Advisory Committee Club (ELACC) is to foster awareness and appreciation of the diverse student population on campus that permits students to embrace the beauty in the similarities and the differences in each other’s culture, while working on mastering the English language through club events that promote leadership and college and career awareness. The club also works on raising parent involvement in the English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC).
    ERHS CHEER MULLER
    ERHS DANCE CLUB RODRIGUEZ
    Erhs Dance represents the Dance community at ERHS through productions of choreography and performance, both on and off campus. Performances include rallies, sporting events, school functions, and competitions. Students interested in dancing at ERHS should contact the advisor for audition information & other dance opportunities at ERHS.
    ERHS GIRL'S SOCCER CLUB TILLEHCOOH
    ERHS MOCK TRIAL POURCHOT
    Mock Trial is dedicated to involving and educating students in the field of law, public speaking, and critical thinking through direct, hands-on participation. We provide opportunities and experiences for all selected students to explore their own interests in law and other aspects of the field. Attorneys from the Riverside District Attorney's Office and other private firms will assist Mock Trial members to improve their skills and elevate the teams competitive readiness. The experience in Mock Trial culminates later in the year when all active members will compete in the Riverside County Mock Trial competition.
    ERHS STEM CLUB NEIMEYER, MARY
    EXPLORE CHINA YANG
    Here's the description for "Explore China Club".  Thanks!

    1.  To introduce Chinese cultures, traditions, art and their influences, and to celebrate Chinese holidays.
    2.  To have students with different culture background understand more about Chinese custom.
    FBLA CABAL/HOLMES/MOORE/USHER
    Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA): FBLA is a national organization, with
    clubs found at thousands of schools across the United States. The US Department of
    Education lists it as one of the top 10 school based organizations. As a member of the
    club, students learn about the business world, how to make connections, leadership,
    and career development. There are also opportunities to participate in competitions
    and eligibility for scholarships.
     
    GIVING BACK RANGEL
    GOLF G. VARSITY  MORGAN/VANDERWEERD
    Golf: The ERHS Golf Team will compete in the sport of golf in the Big VIII League which is part of the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section. The members of the golf team will practice and play in golf matches Monday - Friday from February to May at Goose Creek Golf Course. Members will also participate in team  fundraisers and golf clinics.
          What happens on the golf course and in the preparation for carrying out the competitive season in a microcosm of life. There is much to lean about oneself and how to coexist with others in a competitive environment. The experiences gained through athletics can contribute as much towards a students' physical, mental and spiritual growth as any other during their high school years. Through participation in the golf Program student athletes will learn teamwork, responsibility, character development, sportsmanship, respect and integrity.
    GSA (GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE) FROST
    The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is a national youth leadership organization that unites
    LGBT students and their Straight Allies, and connects them to school and the community.
    Their purpose is to foster an active and diverse culture at ERHS where students have
     opportunities to build friendships, create safe environments for all students, regardless
    of sexual orientation or identification, and educate other to fight discrimination and
    promote tolerance and respect.  GSA seeks to educate students about the LGBT
    community and how diversity enriches their lives. In doing so, GSA hopes to create
    an environment centered on understanding, acceptance, and compassion. Meetings are
    held Tuesdays after school in either F212 or E104.
    HEALTH CARE AULD
    HISPANIC-LATIN STUDENT UNION (HLSU) SANCHEZ
    HOCKEY CLUB LAVENTURE
    HOSA-FUTURE HEALTH
    PROFFESIONALS
    URIBE
    HOSA  - Future Health Professionals is a student-led organization for future health care professionals, providing opportunities for students to develop, practice and refine their leadership and teamwork skills. This club is 100% health care. Throughout the year, you will explore the different occupations in  the medical fields. These include: Dentistry, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Hematology, Infectious Diseases, Emergency Medicine, Nephrology, Oncology, Pulmonology,  Rheumatology, GeneralSurgery, Pediatrics, Gynecology, Obstertrics, Phychology, Orthopedics, Neurology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Radiology, Laboratory Medicine. Find your passion. Gain the experience you will learn from the many opportunities available.. Compete against other HOSA clubs and discover your strengths and desires. Meetings are held every Wednesday in E211 from 3-4. During the meetings there will be announcements, practices for upcoming competitions, and  games. For additional information, please visit our website at erhshosa.weebly.com or email us at erhs.hosa.club@gmail.com.
    HUMANE CLUB RINDERLE
    Humane Club: Humane gets young people actively involved in animal protection and
    provides resources for classroom teachers, animal sheltering professionals, and others
    to guide youth animal protection clubs. Students actively participate and volunteer with
    pet adoptions. At the end of the year, all money raised is donated. 
    KARAOKE STRAUSS
    Karaoke Club is a club for any and all students who love to sing karaoke. At Karaoke Club, everyone gets a chance to be a performer. Singing and having fun are mandatory!
    KEY CLUB VU, C
    Key Club is an international, student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and  develop leadership. We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities world-wide. The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and
    inclusiveness. 
    KOREAN CULTURE  PALMA
    The Korean Culture Club allows students who have an interest in Korean Pop culture to meet and spend time with others who have similar interests. Members participate in numerous fun activities and discussions.  It is a great opportunity to make new friends and learn more about Korean language and culture.
    KPOP CLUB GOLDSMITH
    LANGUAGE MR. NEIMEYER
    LINK CREW HANSON
    Link Crew: Link Crew is a program made up of Juniors and Seniors who help and 
    support the freshmen class. We hold monthly social events like a freshmen-only
    pool party and football tailgate party!
    Link Crew leaders also teach academic lessons during homeroom and mentor 
    students during their 9th grade year.
    LXU: LADIES KEEP UP ARGO
    MANGIME GOLDSMITH
    MODEL UNITED NATIONS WINGATE
    The Model United Nations seeks to build student's knowledge of global issues and improve skills such as public speaking, writing, research and diplomacy.
    MOUNTIAN BIKING AND HIKING  YOO
    MUSIC MEMORY KNIGHT
    MUSTANGS LACROSSE MC CORMICK
    NATIONAL HONORS SOCIETY FLORES
    OCEAN WALKER
    The Ocean Club allows students of ERHS to go on field trips and raise awareness about the natural environment and the world ocean.
    PEER COUNSELING TEAM MR. NEIMEYER
    PHYSICS CLUB BLACK
    PICKUP BASKETBALL MURRAY
    PING PONG CLUB CHUANG
    This club serves to enrich high school student life by bringing together lovers of ping pong and those who have an interest in it. Anyone can join even if they don't know how to play. Members can bond over their shared interest while they hone their table tennis skills. Monthly tournaments will be held and winners will receive fabulous  prizes. Meetings are held on Fridays after school in B309. Join and may your life be enhanced drastically 
    POLITICAL & SOCIAL AWARENESS GOLDSMITH
    POLYNESIAN CLUB  RENTERIA/HURD/VU
    Polynesian Club:This club allows students of different backgrounds and ethnicities to come together and learn about the Polynesian culture through traditional dances, such as Hula and Tahitian.
    PSAT CLUB LUCERO
    RED CROSS SCHNEIDER
    The American Red Cross is a source of volunteer engagement
    and community service. The club is directly linked to the Red Cross Chapter, with
    club members officially recognized as Red Cross Volunteers. The club exposes
    members to community serve events geared towards the Red Cross mission, including:
    disaster preparedness trainings, blood drives and youth events. The Red Cross seeks
    to alleviate global disaster by empowering club members to give back to a local and
    global community.
    RELAY FOR LIFE CLUB CHEN
    RENAISSANCE MULLER
    Our mission is to encourage and empower students and staff to reach their highest potential by recognizing and rewarding their daily efforts. The ERHS Renaissance Program, along with dedicated educators, administrators, parents, community and business partners recognizes that a strong commitment to academics, attendance, behavior and extra-curricular activities contributes to a well-rounded education. It is our feeling that Renaissance will motivate and inspire higher student bonds with the community, local businesses, and parents. According to Jostens Renaissance, "What you respect, recognize, reward, and reinforce is what gets accomplished. You can see and feel the difference Renaissance makes."
    ROBOTICS GRAHAM 
    Robotics Club: We build a robot in a six week period starting January 4th, 2014 and
    ending February 15th, 2014. At the end of that time period we have to put it in this giant
    bag and seal it up. Depending on the prompt given to us at kickoff day (January 4th)
    we will build a robot according to the prompt. There is more information at
    http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/frc
    We promote safety first, and always have fun. If you would like to keep up with the
    latest news with our club, like our facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/#!/ErhsRobats
    ROOSEVELT CASTLE CHEN
    Roosevelt Castle (Chess Team) - The name is inspired from the documentary Brooklyn Castle which tells the story of a middle school's cultivation of young minds into a master chess players. For ERHS, we aim to expand the game of anyone who has an interest in learning. We welcome all those who are merely interested to those who have official rankings. Our goals are to practice, discuss, and play the game to eventually build a team that will actively compete locally and may one day, nationally. Meeting are every Monday a after school or during second lunches in Mr. Mata's room (B204).
    SECULAR STUDENT ALLIANCE METCALFE
    SOCCER BOYS RUELAS/LOPICCOLO
    SPEECH CLUB METCALFE
    STAMPEDE CLUB TELLEZ
    STEP TEAM FROST
    SWIM & DIVE TREVOR HARP
    TEDEX CLUB LIPICCOLO
    TENNIS  BRENNAN/CUNNINGHAM
    TVPD FULLER
    THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT NEIMEYER
    THE ROOSEVELT REVIEW MERKI-CASTRO
    THE TCG CLUB QUINONEZ
    THINKING CRITICALLY ABOUT CRITICAL THINKING NGUYEN
    THE THIRST PROJECT CHEN, V.
    ERHS Thirst Project is dedicated to fundraising to provide access to safe and clean water for the over 760 million people around the world do not have access. In 2015 we raised money to build a water well in Swaziland. Our main focus for the 2016 year is to donate 100% of the funds made from this fundraiser towards building biosand filters in India - a filtering system that works to filter contaminated water through the use of sand, gravel, and microfilaments to provide clean/safe water. 
    TRACK & FIELD BERNARD-JOSEPH
    UNASHAMED-CHRISTIAN CLUB WINGATE
    The purpose of 1:16 Unashamed Christian Club is to support the student
    body by providing a positive look at life based on our belief in Christ.
    UNITY HANSON
    UNITY: is a district wide club that works to unite the campus. We focus on how our
    differences make us similar and work to understand each other, overcome
    stereotypes and create cultural awareness. We discuss various social issues at our
    after school meetings and host all day forums on campus.
    USE YOUR VOICE CLUB ARIGO
    VOICE ACTIVITY WILSON
    VOLLEYBALL GIRLS ZARATE
    The purpose of the Lady Mustangs' Volleyball Club is to:
             A. Generate funding for the female Volleyball Program
             B. Develop competent leadership skills
             C. Develop character and prepare for useful citizenship
             D. Instill a strong work ethic while incorporating cooperative teamwork
    The members of the Lady Mustangs' Volleyball team are freshman, sophomores,
    juniors and seniors. Daily practices, games and meetings are held in the ERHS
    Gymnasium.
    WATER POLO GIRLS TYLER HARP
    The Girls Water Polo Club is designed to support Girls Water Polo players at ERHS by raising money for tournaments, games, and pool and banquet expenses.
    WAVE FISHER
    YEARBOOK MARINO
    Yearbook is a leadership class with a lot of responsibilities. We start by developing a
    theme and making sure the book looks unified from page to page. Layouts, fonts, and
    colors, are all chosen early, so that the rest of the year can be focused on filling the
    yearbook with the culture of our campus. Yearbook attends sports games, dances,
    and other major events in order to capture the school year. We photograph, interview
    and catalog the students, staff, and the happy moments that take place all year long.
    YOUNG DEMOCRATS HANRAHAN
    YOUNG LIFE TUCKER
    Fun, Adventure, Friends
    YOUTH SERVICE OF AMERICA  HO
    Founded in 1986, YSA supports a global culture of engaged children and youth committed to a lifetime of meaningful service, learning, and leadership. With half the world’s population under age 25, our mission is to help all young people find their voice, take action, and make an impact on vital community issues. Taken from ysa.org
    ZEAL PEEPS EZEAMAMA

Last Modified on April 13, 2017