New clubs available to students

Adele Bloch and Claire Krugler

Students attentively watch a club presentation demo during Club Day yesterday. Photo by Christian Leong.
Freshman Ben Vogel, junior Mark Rogers and sophomore Nicholas Campen (left to right) attentively watch a Robotics Club demo during Club Day on Monday. There were over 80 clubs available to students during their extended lunch. Photo by Christian Leong.

The Associated Student Body is calling Monday’s Club Day — with more than 80 Palo Alto High School clubs who presented to students during an extended lunch— a success.

“Club Day went really well,” junior ASB vice-president Reid Walters said. “We had an awesome turnout and lots of sign-ups. We have a wide variety of clubs on campus, so it was great to see them displayed on the quad.”

Some clubs are returning from previous years, coming back with updated activities and goals. However, many clubs are newly formed this year. Here is an in-depth look at four of the brand new clubs that Paly has to offer. It’s not too late to sign up!

Global Citizens Collaborative Club

Assassin’s Guild

Make X Club

Multicultural Club

For a list of all the clubs featured at Club Day, click here.