Interested in attending a club meeting?

Sheldon High School offers an array of clubs that serve our diverse student body. Many clubs meet during lunchtime and participate in activities after the school day. All students are encouraged to become involved in SHS co-curricular activities.

Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities, including student clubs. Student groups may not discriminate on the basis of age, citizenship, color, disability, national origin, parental or marital status, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. Student groups must apply to the school for recognition and are subject to school district policy IGDA-AR. All school-sponsored student groups have a staff advisor that takes an active role in planning and activities of the group. Non-school sponsored groups are not sponsored, supported financially, or endorsed by the district and will not be supervised by district staff.

Interested in starting a club at Sheldon?

If your student has an interest and we don’t have a club; no problem! Completing this short form is the first step to starting a new club. Club form

Click the image below for a short presentation of our Sheldon Clubs!




& Email unless otherwise noted
4J Climate Justice Club Darin Henry, Rich Bowden: henry_d & bowden_r This club consists of students from all five 4j high schools. We are advocating for the immediate implementation of climate justice lessons in all 4j schools and beyond Climate Justice Club webpage Wednesday
Jan. 6th next meeting
4:00 PM

I am looking forward to meeting this Wednesday with you all discuss how you all want to move forward as a greater 4J Club and what support you need to accomplish your goals. ***Adia, please forward to club students interested in being part of the 5 school team. And, if anyone knows who the SEHS staff leader is, let’s invite them, too.
Thanks all! See you Wednesday! ~Tana
Affinity Group Council Corinne Fields: fields_c Feb. 24 @ 11:10 am
Asian Student Union Andrew Cabrera:
Works to create a community at school that values equity, diversity, & inclusion. Thursday’s 1-1:30 pm
Black Student Union Elena Delgado: delgado_e Foster belonging and community, seek education, creative outlets, justice, and equity. BSU webpage Fridays at lunch 1:00-1:30
Book Club – Literati Kori Kunz:
Promote a culture of literacy and reading for pleasure at Sheldon. Thursday (to start, members can pick preferred day and time) 1:30 PM
Color Guard Julie Bound:
Dance/drill group that performs with Marching band during the fall and without the band in the spring.
Fishing Club Scott Wright: wright_s To promote fishing through: fellowship, participation, education, and conservation First Thursday of the month at lunch – Beginning Nov. 5th 1:00-1:30
Gender Sexuality Alliance Corinne Fields:
Identity support, affinity group. Mondays 2:30pm-3:00pm
Key Club * National club requirements may apply Vern Cedarlund &
Lisa Sitton: Cedarlund Sitton
The high school branch of Kiwanis, an international community service organization. Community based club. Key Club
Tuesdays at lunch 1:00 pm-1:30 pm
Latinx Student Union Lisa Sitton,
Lisa Albrich: sitton, albrich
To host an affinity group for Lantinx students and provide a home base for participating in MEChA events. LSU webpage Thursday at lunch 1:00-1:30
Model United Nations Steve Smith: smith_st Model UN is a club that prepares members to become delegates to the statewide Model UN conference. Tuesdays 1:00
Native American Student Union Joe Brainard: brainard_j To maintain our Native cultures and to share them with the community and school. Every other Mon.
Starting 10/16
1:00 Zoom meeting link document
National Honor Society (NHS)* National club requirements may apply Kristen Natt
& Ron Lampe: natt_k
Core values are character, leadership, service to others and scholastics. Please contact advisors for meeting information. Zoom meeting link document
Sheldon Feminist Union (prev WAG) David Whalley & Kate Tierney: whalley_d tierney_k To advocate for women’s rights and equality within the school and community. Also to educate its members on current issues, and create a culture of welcoming to everyone. Wednesdays 1st mtg Oct 7th 2:00-2:40
Sheldon Interact Club Sarah Murchison
Provide community service to the Eugene area and Sheldon; fundraise for international charities. Every other Thursday, starting 10/15 1:00 Zoom meeting link document
Sheldon Sidekicks-peer buddies Katherine Baumgardner:
A chance for students with and without disabilities to socialize and work together, learn from each other and have fun. Fridays 1:00 Zoom meeting link document
Spanish Club Lisa Albrich:
To explore Spanish speaking cultures (through art, music, food, dance, film, travel, etc.) and to promote the study of Spanish language. Spanish Club webpage Every other Friday. Next meeting Oct 16 1:00
STEP Elena Delgado:
Stepping is a form of percussive dance that uses the entire body as an instrument to produce complex rhythms and sounds through a mixture of footsteps, spoken word, and hand claps. Wednesdays (once we’re back in the building) After school
Students Against Gun Violence Lisa Albrich


Opportunity to learn about the history of gun violence in our country, provide a space to respectfully discuss current issues, problem solve and work together to develop actionable solutions.
Talisman Greg Cantwell:
To produce Sheldon’s school newspaper, the Talisman. Talisman webpage M-F Period 4