Maranatha Hosts Annual Club Rush

Recently Maranatha High School students enjoyed their annual Club Rush event where they were able to learn about and sign up for student clubs. Adding to a list of favorite clubs, twelve new clubs are being offered at the school this year. Some clubs are the brain-child of a particular faculty or staff, but many clubs are launched by students themselves. For instance, this year, senior Stephen Enloe has started Project 15, affiliated with a non-profit designed to spread awareness for self-worth and dealing with personal struggles. Junior Audrey Vu has started the new Anime Club which will help students broaden their cultural horizons and learn about different art forms. After serving on the local Harambee Missions project last year, junior Rachel Bostick accepted the challenge to incorporate missions as a regular part of her life. To that end, she has formed Team Harambee and is gathering a group of students who will serve regularly at our local partner ministry.

At Maranatha, students are encouraged to join clubs to expand their extra- and co-curricular knowledge, and serve as a platform to develop and express conviction over their four years in high school. The 2014-2015 clubs offered at Maranatha High School include: (new clubs indicated with an asterisk) Adventure Club, Ambassador Club, Anime Club*, Art Club, ASL, British Culture Club, California Scholarship Federation, Chess Club, Club 318/Spirit Club*, Comedy Sportz, Conflicts & Resolution*, Creative Writing Club*, Fashion Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, #GlamGurl*, Go Club*, HOSA, Japanese Culture Club*, Let Them Eat Cake*, Mock Trial, National Honors Society, Project 15*, Science Bowl*, SHArK/SEAL Project (Caltech), Spanish Club, Sports Medicine, Surf Club*, Team Harambee*, Ultimate Frisbee Club, and Video Game Club.

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