Clubs & Programs

Anime and Manga Club

The Anime and Manga Club meets monthly to learn about this exciting genre of animation! Club meetings will include presentations of various art and styles, character archetypes, themes and plots, and introductions to the Japanese culture that takes place in the animations.  Click here for more information.

Asian Student Union (ASU)

The Asian Student Union (ASU) is a cultural club that explores the different cultures of Asia from East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and West Asia. ASU accepts members from any ethnic background and welcome them to celebrate the diversity at Pres.  Click here for more information.

Astronomy Club

The Astronomy Club is dedicated to providing up-to-date information about space and astronomy. To learn more, click here.

Big-Little Sister Program

The Big-Little Sister program places new students into groups led by an upper-class student who will help them adjust to high school life. To learn more, click here.

Bring Change to Mind (BC2M)

Bring Change 2 Mind’s high school program gives teens a platform to share their voices and to raise awareness around mental health. Our goal is to empower students to educate one another and their communities, and to create a culture of peer support within their schools. Together, we’ll fight the stigma around mental illness.  For more information, click here.

California Scholarship Federation

The California Scholarship Federation fosters high standards of scholarship, citizenship and service. To learn more, click here.

Campus Ministry

Open to students of all faith traditions, this club encourages students to develop and share their faith through prayer, small group sharing and ministry. To learn more, click here.

Chess Club

Students will learn about the basic rules of chess, famous chess players and their techniques and will also get the opportunity to play against their fellow peers.  For more information, click here.

Community Involvement Program

In keeping with the Presentation motto, "Not Words, But Deeds," the Community Involvement Club at Presentation coordinates service opportunities and raises awareness of social justice issues. To learn more, click here.

Filipino American Student Society (FASS)

The Filipino American Student Society will be a place for any Presentation Student regardless of race to enjoy food and learning about the culture of the Philippines. We plan to enjoy food from Jollibee, Toppings Tree, Red Ribbon, Goldilocks, Max’s, and Valerio’s Bakery for marienda. For culture, we plan on watching movies in Tagalog, teaching Tinikling and other unique native Filipino dances, and teaching Tagalog to club members.  For more information, click here.

Film & Media: Panther Studios

Panther Studios offers students a variety of opportunities to hone their visual storytelling skills through broadcast journalism, documentary filmmaking and film production. To learn more, click here.

Finance and Entrepreneurship Club

The Finance and Entrepreneurship Club provides an academic, professional environment within Presentation for students to foster knowledge in marketing, entrepreneurship, hospitality and tourism, business administration, and finance.  For more information, click here

Future in Film Club

Future in Film Club is dedicated to educating girls about jobs in the film industry, gaining a wider knowledge of movies, and promoting more women to participate in film.  Our goal is to cultivate creativity, advocate for women’s representation in film, and give the women of Presentation an appreciation for a wider genre of films.  For more information, click here.

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code allows students the opportunity to create games and apps by learning coding languages such as Scratch and Javascript. To learn more, click here.

Improv Team: Spontaneous Combustion

Spontaneous Combustion is made up of a group of talented and quick-witted students who compete for laughs. To learn more, click here.

International Thespian Society

The International Thespian Society allows students to produce four main stage productions each year. To learn more, click here.

Jazba

Presentation’s Indian Dance Team named “Jazba” is an after-school activity that
provides opportunities to learn not just dance, but also creative thinking, time management,
leadership, and team collaboration. Jazba allows students to be immersed and learn more
about the South Asian culture. Through different types of dance forms (Bollywood, Bhangra,
western, folk, classical, and traditional dance), members can actively be involved in all levels
of production. Members can expect to practice twice a week (once on a weekday and once on
a weekend), and will perform with other high school students in shows and competitions all
over the Bay Area. We encourage anyone who loves to dance to come try out!   For more information, click here.

LatinX

The vision of the LatinX Club is to increase Latin culture on campus and create an opportunity for students to explore Latinx history and celebrate Latin heritage.  For more information, click here.

Leadership Academy

Open to all students, the Leadership Academy offers 10 workshops designed to teach core leadership skills including goal-setting, mission development, project management and team-building. To learn more, click here.

Liturgical Band: Mass Hysteria

Liturgical Band offers students the opportunity to explore their faith through music. To learn more, click here.

Math Contests

Open to all students with an enthusiasm for math, students compete in math contests against other schools both on and off campus. To learn more, click here.

Math & Science Academy

The Math & Science Academy offers a variety of opportunities for students to explore math and science outside of the classroom. To learn more, click here.

Mock Trial Club

Mock Trial hopes to develop leadership, civility, and effective advocacy skills necessary for all careers, specifically law. The club activities will include case studies, jury persuasion, civil cross examination, and trial preparation.  For more information, click here.

Mu Alpha Theta

Mu Alpha Theta is a two-year honor society for students who show great ability and interest in mathematics. To learn more, click here.

National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

The National Art Honor Society recognizes students who show outstanding ability in art. To learn more, click here.

National Honor Society (NHS)

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the biggest club organization in the US established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
The four pillars of NHS are to encourage academic achievement, promote community service,
foster leadership and collaboration, and advance personal development.  For more information, click here.

Panther Pride

Panther Pride is the spirit club at Presentation and supports athletics, theater, performances and service events. To learn more, click here.

Panthers Exploring Medicine

Panthers Exploring Medicine gives students insight into the exciting, fast-paced field of healthcare through presentations, guest speakers, field trips and research opportunities. For more information, click here.

Peer Ministry Program

The Peer Ministry program is designed to deepen the spiritual experience of its members and the school community. The program includes participation of sophomore, junior, and senior students of all faiths. For more information, click here.

Presentation Ambassadors Club (PAC)

PAC is an extension of the Presentation Admissions Office. Its members promote the school's mission and philosophy during a variety of admissions events, including shadow visits. For more information, click here.

Presentation Animal Wellness Squad (PAWS)

The Presentation Animal Wellness Squad, PAWS, offers opportunities for students to help animals in need. For more information, click here.

Presentation Peer Tutoring Society

This program provides peer tutors for students who need extra help in a particular subject. Any student with a minimum 3.0 in a specific subject area is eligible to tutor in that subject. Students interested in tutoring should register in the Study Center.  For more information, click here.

Presentation Polynesian Club (PPC)

Club: The Presentation Polynesian Club (PPC) is a club that aims to create an environment where students can come together to educate and celebrate the Polynesian culture. PPC accepts people of all ethnic backgrounds. This club will engage in learning different forms of Polynesian dance and entertainment. Our events and gatherings will include celebrating Asian Pacific Heritage month and other culture events.  For more information, click here.

Robotics

Robotics introduces young women to STEM fields by hands-on engineering, programming and design. For more information, click here.

Speech & Debate

With fifteen percent of the Presentation student body as members, Speech and Debate has established itself as one of the most competitive teams at both the state and national levels. To learn more, click here.

Student Council

The Student Council consists of the ASB officers, class officers and homeroom representatives. All positions are elected by the student body. Student Council coordinates and sponsors dances, leadership conferences Panther Pandemonium and Class Day. For more information, click here.

Student Environmental Action Society (SEAS)

The Student Environmental Action Society promotes environmental awareness within the school and the community and encourages conservation of the environment and its resources. To learn more, click here.

Students for Political Action (SPA)

SPA is a non-partisan group whose purpose is to foster an interest in politics among PHS students and to encourage active involvement in political causes. Among the activities planned are forums, debates, mock elections, and political awareness days.  For more information, click here.

Women in Computer Science (WICS)

Women in Computer Science encourages students to consider technology as a future career by exposing them to coding and real-life applications of computer science. To learn more, click here.

Women's Advocacy Club (WAC)

The Women's Advocacy Club promotes and encourages feminist advocacy and empowerment. To learn more, click here.

Yearbook

In Yearbook, students hone their reporting and photography skills while gaining hands-on experience in production and design. To learn more, click here.

More Information

How to join:

Most clubs will offer sign-ups at Club Day, which falls during the mandatory collaboration in late August each school year. Other programs are held in conjunction with coursework.

Time commitment:
Typically lunchtime meetings once per month, with additional special programs and events in some cases.

Fee:
Varies by club. Ask the club moderator or teacher.