Clubs & Activities
Clubs & Activities
NOTE: Speech & Debate, Band, and Choir can be found under Athletics/Activities.
Alpha Sigma Zeta (Science Club)
Advisor: Slade Sapora
This club is for high school students with a common interest in science. It is dedicated to the advancement and support of the sciences throughout the school district. Members help on field trips, make classroom presentations and organize activities at various grade levels. Members are encouraged to participate in original research enhancing their ability to obtain scholarships. Club activities include weekly discussion groups, extracurricular activities such as kayaking, biking, climbing, extended field trips and visits to science-oriented presentations
TRI-M (Modern Music Masters)
Advisor: Emma Bergman
This is a music honor society dedicated to the recognition of exceptional music students that meet music, academic, leadership and character criteria.
Philokalons (National Honor Society)
Advisor: Samantha Atchison
Top outstanding juniors and seniors who exemplify the traits of leadership, scholarship, character and service. All students with a GPA of 3.50 or better are candidates for Philokalons.
Advisor: Courtney King
A service organization for high school students sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club, composed of the leading business and professional people of the community. The club's aim is the development of initiative, service to the community, leadership and good citizenship.
The Juntos Program
Advisor: Natalie Macias - firstname.lastname@example.org
Juntos Club is for students who have completed a six-week session of Juntos, a college readiness program for Latino students and their parents/guardians. Juntos Club members receive assistance in completing college and scholarship applications, volunteer in the community, participate in fundraising activities, and visit college campuses.
Advisor: Anna Kleeman
An international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.
FNRL (Future Natural Resource Leaders)
Advisor: Lori Loeffler
This group is open to any student enrolled in one of the Natural Resources Courses at THS. Students will participate in Career Development Events and build skills in areas related to Forestry and Natural Resources careers. The goal is to strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work by developing desirable essential skills, competencies in communication, human relations and other social abilities leading to successful employment in the Natural Resources industry.
Tillamook High School Charity Drive for the Kids Making Miracles Program at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon. For ten days each February, the community in and around Tillamook puts its heart and soul - not to mention a great deal of sweat and good intentions - into their annual Charity Drive. The year 2017 will mark the 64th year of fund-raising in our community. Over the past 63 years, the students have performed a variety of activities to raise money for charity and to date have brought in over $2,000,000. In 2002, we broke the one-million dollar mark. In 2015 we broke the two-million dollar mark, the combined class totals for 2016 was $199,978.08, a new annual record!
Each year’s Charity Drive activities are varied. An example of some of the activities includes: Car washes, Walk-a-thon, Dinners, Breakfasts, Donkey Basketball, Mr. THS, Raffles, and Rummage Sales. Some of the more unique activities dreamed up by our students include: Zombie Night, Princess For a Day, Cow Poop Bingo, High Tea, and Jell-O Wrestling. The drive culminates with an Alumni Basketball game and the Coronation of the Charity Drive King and Queen. CHARITY DRIVE LINK
Community 101 Club
Advisor: Debbie Klumph
A program of the Oregon Community Foundation that gives students the opportunity to get involved in our local community through grantmaking and volunteering.
Advisor: Brooklyn Bush
Future Farmer's of America (FFA) is open to all students. This club has an agricultural focus coupled with speaking contests and dairy judging. Promotes leadership and citizenship.
Friends of Yearbook
Advisor: Donald Gillham
The goal of this club is to allow people who are unable to participate in the yearbook class to be able to learn how to take better photos and possibly have them featured in the school's yearbook.
Drag Racing Club
Advisor: John Begin
Tillamook Drag Racing Club is for students who want to enter the automotive industry. You must be a member of the advanced mechanics class and want to learn from people within the trade. The club focuses on engine building, custom fabrication and automotive design.
Dungeons & Dragons Club
Advisor: Don Gillham
More commonly known as DnD, DnD is short for Dungeons & Dragons and is a role playing game where participants play with a number of different characters in an imaginary world. Each player can choose their own character, each with a selection of different attribute points. For more information, contact Mr. Gillham.
Advisor: Denise Harrington
Club meets on Thursdays at lunch.
Advisor: Marcelo Carocci
Meets Wednesdays 3:30-5:30pm
Tillamook Youth & Government
Advisor: Tayler Howard
Meets on Tuesdays at lunch.
Student Rotary Club
Advisor: Ms. Matthews
No meeting times scheduled yet.