Student Life

Student Clubs

Clubs

The Center School has a number of clubs to choose from. All clubs include an advisor and meet regularly to explore various areas that aspire to enrich our students' academic and personal lives. It's a way for students to get involved with their school, and it provides a means for reaching out to the broader community as well. Get inspired – join others who share an interest!


ASB

Advisor: Ms. Carroll & Ms. Palmer
gpcarroll@seattleschools.org
cmpalmer@seattleschools.org

Plans dances, community activities, tries to problem solve issues in the school, runs student tours, and open houses. Approves clubs, activities, and fundraising. Provides students leadership opportunities. Leads orientations, school activities, volunteers at Open House.


Model United Nations

Advisor: Mr. Chipps   ngchipps@seattleschools.org

To help create a larger, kinder world instead of a smaller, meaner one.


Film Society

Advisor: Mr. Scilletta  alscilletta@seattleschools.org

To watch and analyze movies together.


SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance)

Advisor: Ms. Peterson  mkpeterson@seatleschools.org

Gay, Lesbian, or Whatever is the TCS GSA. It’s a safe place for students in the LGBTQ+ community (& allies) to meet. 


Itchy B's

Advisor: Ms. Carroll  gpcarroll@seattleschools.org

Feminist group exploring and supporting issues with misogyny.


Center Mentors

Advisor: Ms. Carroll & Ms. Palmer
gpcarroll@seattleschools.org
cmpalmer@seattleschools.org

Mentor incoming 9th graders.


Yearbook Club

Advisor: Ms. Wyn  wypottingerlev@seattleschools.org 
 
We take pride in producing our own Center School Yearbook! The Yearbook Club is open to any students (and parents who have skills in Photoshop, InDesign or publishing/printing). We meet periodically at the beginning of the year, and more frequently as the school year progresses: by Spring Break, we’re usually almost living in the computer lab—day and night! Every day is a photo opportunity at The Center School, so students are encouraged to take pictures for the Yearbook.

The books are sold in May. Pre-orders are encouraged, as the price of the book goes up after delivery. Sometimes, we even run out of books, so watch for ordering periods to guarantee your Yearbook. Cost is around $40, but it will be confirmed.

Senior parents can purchase a "Congratulations!" ad for their students. Information will be sent home to parents of Seniors in February.


RJA (Racial Justice Alliance)

Advisor: Beverly Lackey  balackey@seattleschools.org

Meeting time: Thursdays during lunch in Room 458

Safe place to discuss race and racism.


Prom Committee

Advisor: TBD

For seniors. It is the committee that plans for prom.


Gaming Club

Advisor: Mr. Scilletta  alscilletta@seattleschools.org

Play video games together.


NHS (National Honor Society)

Advisor: Ms. Carroll & Ms. Palmer
gpcarroll@seattleschools.org
cmpalmer@seattleschools.org

Recognize students with high GPAs and a record of service. Members must be nominated and approved by faculty.


Center School OEE

Advisor: Mr. Scilletta  alscilletta@seattleschools.org

To teach students about environmental issues and activism, and to go outside!


Tabletop Games

Advisor: Mr. Chipps  ngchipps@seattleschools.org

To play board games and card games as a group.


Biology Club

Advisor: Ms. Peterson  mkpeterson@seattleschools.org

To educate and work with Biology systems.


Theater Club

Advisor: Ms. Lackey  balackey@seattleschools.org

Raises funds for the Drama class productions. Members are those in Drama class.


Jew Crew

Advisor: Ms. Herbst  drherbst@seattleschools.org

Meet to learn about Judaism and issues that impact that community.


Naruto Club

Advisor: Mr. Scilletta  alscilletta@seattleschools.org

Watch Naruto and talk about it.


Zine Team

Advisor: Mr. Carman  gbcarman@seattleschools.org

Make zines, sell zines, make money for school.


Sad Teens Club

Advisor: Ms. Brookman and Southwest Youth & Family Services 
kabrookman@seattleschools.org

Talk about your feelings in a space with a counselor.


Sign Language Club

Advisor: Ms. Wong   viwong@seattleschools.org

Meeting Time: Tuesdays during lunch in Room 363

Students are learning sign language and finger spelling. Taught by Annabelle Foster.