Rushing to Sign Up for the Best Clubs

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A student and Mrs. Huerta learning about the Robotics Club

Maryann Compton, Staff Editor

On January 23rd, Rosary students held club rush during lunch. Here is the list of clubs and their presidents if you missed it.

Operation Hospital Helpers – Ryan Ohlman ’21 & Sascha Portero ’21

Operation Hospital Helpers club. Photo by Maryann Compton

Crittenton Club – Caroline Linton ’21

The Crittention Club. Photo by Maryann Compton

Stress No More – Brooke Bowen ’21

Brooke’s Stress No More club. Photo by Maryann Compton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meals on Wheels – Elizabeth Walloch ’22 & Kate Simmons ’23

Home Aid – Grace Battaglia ’20

OWW (Operation Warm Wishes) – Marysol Cazarez ’21

Marysol explains, “I think the best feeling of being in this club is knowing that you helped people. We mainly help the homeless, and always have a blast when we do.”

Reaching Higher Ground –  Isabella Tejeda ’20

Isabella Tejeda explains, “I think students should join my club because we help kids have fun after school. It makes me over joyed to know that I am helping kids who don’t have a parent figure in their lives, and you could too.”

Reaching Higher Ground club. Photo by Maryann Compton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surfrider Club – Brooke Velazquez ’22

UNICEF Club – Alicia Ventura ’21

Together We Rise – Sheila Martins ’22

Hope For Paws – Jayleen Flores ’21

Healthy Cooking Club – Marie Brier ’20

Project Linus – Lauren Cottrell ’22

Project Linus club. Photo by Maryann Compton

Yoga Club – Bridget Crowley ’20

Environmental Club – Elleene Kim ’21

Environmental Club. Photo by Maryann Compton

Book Club – Julia Toth ’20

Fashion Club – Isabella Pasino ’20

Isabella Pasino gives her insight on her club by saying, “By the title you might think this club is all about being fashionable, but we also learn about how to recycle clothes, and making new clothes from the old clothes. It’s very fun and interesting, and I promise you won’t ever get bored.”

The Royal Mouseketeers – Katie Thomas ’22

Royals K-Pop and Anime Club – Jaclyn Rodriguez ’22

Rorigami Club – Stephanie Li ’22

The French Club – Mia Huffman ’20

Mauriz Corrales ’20 and Mia shared their thoughts on the club, “Even if you don’t speak French, you can still join our club. We do a lot more than learn French, sometimes we have French styled potlucks, or even listen to French music and just chill together. I recommend 100%.”

Rosary’s French Club. Photo by Maryann Compton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Poets Society – Mary Nassar ’22

The Crafty Club – Katie Fang ’22
If you missed club rush, not to worry, you can find most of these girls around campus, or you can email them to be a part of their club.