Spending some time with Senator Dianne Feinstein in Washington, DC.

Clubs + Leadership

We don't offer a big selection of clubs to join. Our students do.

There’s a wide variety of clubs at French American + International–over 40 at last count. And the people responsible for them are the students themselves. Students create the club, write the mission, develop goals, promote membership, lead meetings, and organize events.

The result is a fun, highly-active club scene with opportunities like our student-run radio station serving up news and music; activism clubs that raise awareness and take action around pressing issues; special interest clubs where bonding occurs over watching films, making baked goods, hiking, and gardening; and scholarly-minded clubs such as math, politics, and tutoring. Clubs are also responsible for some of our strongest traditions, like Songs for Senegal, our annual fundraising event for our sister school, Ecole Natangue.

Whatever students are passionate about, there’s likely a club to serve it. And if not? Then it might be time to start that next club.

Leadership Opportunities

...to name a few:

Animal Rights Club
Anime Club
Asian Student Union
American Sign Language Club
Bake 4 Lives
Battle of the Bands
Bike to School Club 
Black Student Union
CAT Club
Chess Club
Design Club
Exposer Student Newspaper
Foreign Film Club
Garden Club
Gender & Sexuality Alliance
Girls Chorus
Happiness Club
Hiking Club
Indian Student Union
The Inkwell Literary
International Radio Station
Jewish Club
Mixed Media Club
Model UN
Peer Counseling 
Politics Club
Project Middle East
Reading Buddies
Slavic Culture Club
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
Sustainable Development Club
Yearbook Club