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.

Don’t see the club you’re looking for? No problem! You can start one yourself. Come to the Athletics office in C2 for an application.


& Email unless otherwise noted
Affinity Group Council Cory Fields
Asian Student Union Andrew Cabrera:
Works to create a community at school that values equity, diversity, & inclusion. B24 Every other Thursday Lunch
Black Student Union Mr. Kevin AKA
“The Guvna”
Foster belonging and community, seek education, creative outlets, justice, and equity. BSU webpage B29 Wednesday Lunch
Book Club – Literati Kori Kunz:
Promote a culture of literacy and reading for pleasure at Sheldon. B5 Monday Lunch
Cow Club Rich Bowden: bowden_r To meet other cow enthusiasts and learn about cows S5 One Thursday a month Lunch
Creative Writing Club Jesse Lawton
To instruct, help, and support one another in creative writing and to improve our skills B30 Thursday lunch
D&D Club Jeremy Washburn
We play Dungeons and Dragons B28 Every other Thursday After School
DIY Club Amy Albrecht
To learn to make consumer goods by hand, using sewing, embroidery, bookbinding, and other crafts. F6 Thursdays starting January 22 Lunch
Environmental Club Rich Bowden: 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 S6 Wednesday Lunch
Feminist Student Union (And subgroup Women of Color Advocacy) 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. S3

WOCA in B23

Monday Lunch
Fishing Club Scott Wright: wright_s To promote fishing through: fellowship, participation, education, and conservation First Friday of every month starting Dec 3 Lunch
Gaming Club Erika Peterson:
Hang out, play board games and card games, and make friends! C9 Wednesday Lunch
Gender Sexuality Alliance Corrine Fields and Kate Tierney:
fields_c, tierney_k
Identity support, affinity group. S-7 Tuesdays Lunch
K-Pop Club Jesse Lawton
A safe and fun space for all fans of K-Pop to share what exites them about the genre B-30 Tuesday Lunch
Key Club * National club requirements may apply Vern Cedarlund
The high school branch of Kiwanis, an international community service organization. Community based club. Key Club
C-9 Tuesday Lunch
Latinx Student Union Lisa Albrich: albrich To host an affinity group for Lantinx students and provide a home base for participating in MEChA events. LSU webpage B15 Thursday Lunch
Lego Club Mary Youngblood: youngblood_m To foster creativity and create a community that builds each other up while building Legos! C12 Friday Lunch
Model United Nations Steve Smith: smith_st Model UN is a club that prepares members to become delegates to the statewide Model UN conference. B8 Every other Tuesday Lunch
Native American Student Union Joe Brainard
To maintain our Native cultures and to share them with the community and school. C9 Friday (1st and 3rd) Lunch Zoom meeting link document Oct.29th Nov.5th and 19th Dec.3rd and 17th Jan. 7th and 21st Feb.4th and 18th Mar.4th and 18th April.8th and 22nd.
National Honor Society (NHS)* National club requirements may apply Jeannie Evans:  evans_je Core values are character, leadership, service to others and scholastics. Please contact advisors for meeting information. Zoom meeting link document
Pacific Islanders Student Union Casey Allbritten
Ask Mr. Allbritten for meeting details Little Theater TBD TBD
Philosophy Club Jeremy Washburn
We talk philosophy B28 Thursday Lunch
Pokemon Go Trainers’ Club Faten Abdelhamid
Play, train, discuss Pokemon Go Outside, by the community center Friday
starting 1/28
Random Acts of Kindness Bring happiness and positivity to Sheldon H-4 Tuesday
SCUBA Club Clair Smith
To educate people on the fun adventures and teach important skills relating to water C6 3rd Thursday of the month Lunch
Sexual Assault Support Group (SASG) Delia Wenrich
To help kids when they’ve been through the situation and have people to talk to that have been through the same thing C-4 Tuesday Lunch
Sheldon Astronomy Club Rich Bowden;
To creat an astronomy and stargazing community at Sheldon, and to monitor light pollution around Eugene for the Internation Dark-Sky Association S-6 Friday Lunch
Sheldon Interact Club Sarah Murchison
Provide community service to the Eugene area and Sheldon; fundraise for international charities. B14 Every other Thursday, starting 9/23 lunch 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 TBD TBD
Stationery Club Lisa Albrich:
Create, make new friends, and have fun! B15 November 22 December 13 Lunch
STEP Kevin Summerfield
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. TBD TBD
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. B15 Wednesday lunch
Talisman Greg Cantwell:
To produce Sheldon’s school newspaper, the Talisman. Talisman webpage M-F Period 4
Ultimate Jeremy Washburn
Learn the rules and strategy of Ultimate and compete in local events Monroe Middle School Tuesday and Thursday 5 till dusk
University of Oregon, Sail Mentor program Kori Kunz:
This program will provide opportunities for 4J high school students to connect with SAIL mentors who will support their success in high school and help them navigate college application and admissions processes. TBD Zoom link page
Women of Color Advocacy Group Kate Tierney: tierney_k B23 Monday
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