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Advisor: Unknown

Our club will not be starting until January or after due to access to archery equipment.



Meetings are on Tuesday afternoons from 3:15 to 4:20 pm. C113-Ceramics Room

Advisor: Kristen Ingman (x 7753) & Magon Hamilton (x7753)

Art club is run by its members and is primarily a place for students to come and create together in a welcoming and creative environment. Some new skills and projects will be presented periodically if members wish to try some new techniques.



ASL Photo 2018
ASL 2018

ASL club will be meeting on Thursdays after school in Ms. Coble’s room (A227).
Advisor: AmberJoy Coble    (x7784)

If you love learning more about the Deaf community, supporting local Deaf organizations, want to learn some sign language and take cool trips then join our club!  



Advisor:  Brian Young

If you are interested in Culinary Club, please attend an information meeting in room B215, October 21st, 3:15 to 3:45 PM.



Coach and Forensics Advisor:  Samatha Sandoz

We meet on Tuesdays/Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 in the 3rd floor student lounge at BHS.  The Bellingham United Debate Club is three BSD high schools debating as one unified team.  We debate Policy, Public Forum and Lincoln Douglas debate in tournaments at high schools and colleges in Oregon and Washington.  Debate is one of the top things that colleges appreciate on your high school resume and is invaluable in securing both college admissions and scholarships. Contact Coach/Forensics Director Samatha Sandoz at and put “DEBATE” in the subject line.  Please check out our website:



Meetings are Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5ish PM in the Forum.  Purchase tickets to the current show HERE

Advisor: Jason Parker (x 6835)



Advisor: Laurel Peak (x 7675)



General Meetings are held one Wednesday per month after school (see Squalicum web calendar for exact dates)
Committee Meetings are usually twice a month after school as set by committee.
Advisors: Nick Boyce ( 360-676-6470, x 7732)

What Is FBLA?

FBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America.  It is a national organization for high school students who are interested in pursuing careers in business.  Squalicum’s FBLA chapter is one of the largest clubs at Squalicum and in the Bellingham School District.  Members attend regular meetings, take part in regional, state and national conferences, compete in various business events, perform community service and are involved with the school store and other fundraising activities. Through involvement, students have the opportunity to learn from business leaders in the community and partake in “real world” professional experiences. Through FBLA, members get a competitive edge for college and career success.

Who can join FBLA?

Anyone interested in being successful in business or business related careers and in grades 9-12 can join.

Benefits of FBLA

  • Travel around the country
  • Earn scholarships and prizes
  • Career preparation opportunities
  • Participate in community service events
  • Compete & win at regional, state, and national conferences
  • Become a local, state, or national officer
  • Enhance leadership skills
  • Meet new people
  • Have fun!!!
FBLA Regional Conference



Meeting time is Room C104 after school on Tuesdays from 3:20 to 4:20 PM.
Advisor: Izze Dulion (x 7744)



Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month from 2:20 to 3:30 in Room B201.
Advisor: Diane Cooper-Schick (x 7621)

German Club offers students opportunities to explore German/Austrian/Swiss culture.  As club members choose, we cook, do crafts, watch films, play games, go on field trips, and more.  



Meetings are held Tuesdays in Room C109 after school.

Advisor: Kathy Peterson (x 7730)

Our club students are making a difference in our school and community by helping to increase awareness of the dangers of substance abuse, distracted driving and other harmful behaviors. We are a group of young leaders making healthy choices for ourselves, encouraging others and modeling healthy lifestyles. Come check it out!



Honor Society does not have a regular meeting time. Meeting are announced well in advance of the actual date.
Advisor: Heidi Carpenter ( x 7653)

National Honor Society is an organization that recognizes students for excellence in scholarship. The club then challenges those students to develop their character and leadership further through active involvement in community service.


HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)

Advisor: Tido Nakazato (x 7798)



Advisor: Kathryn Kryt  (x7683)

Indian Umbrella is a charitable organization whose mission is to partner with small charities in India with realistic and well proposed goals and raise funds and awareness for them throughout Canada and the United States. Members support a good cause and get volunteer hours.



Meeting Dates:

1st semester:    9/24 , 10/8 , 10/22 , 11/12 , 11/26 , 12/10, 1/14

2nd semester:  1/28 , 2/11 , 2/25 , 3/10 , 3/24 , 4/14 , 4/28 , 5/12 , 5/26 , TH 6/4

For Updates: Join Remind APP by texting @sqhsLEMON   to 81010

Advisor: Riley Liddle (x 7755)

Lemon club is a community service based club that runs fundraisers and event to raise money for Childhood cancer, water in 3rd world countries, and much, much more!! Last year, we have raised over $5000 to help support local and global causes that matter to SQHS students!



Meetings are held in C204, day and time to be announced.

Advisor: Brett Latham (x 7644)



Advisor: Jason Bergman (x 7765)



Meetings are held on the 1st & 3rd Thursdays after school from 3:30 to 5:00 in the gym.

Advisor: Chesed Reyes (x 7649) & Mark Parrish (x 7797)

Beginning, intermediate and advanced ping pong players are encouraged to come play recreational and possibly some competitive bracketed tournaments.



Meetings are held every Wednesday in Room D101 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm

Advisors: Kay Reilly (360-676-6470, x7796)), Karen Anastasio (360-676-6470, x 7761)

Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) is a club that promotes diversity and acceptance in our school for LGBTQ+ students. We want to spread acceptance, educate our school, and build community through club activities that support and provide a relaxed, safe, and fun environment for queer students and their allies. We are open to students of any sexual orientation or gender identity.



Meetings are held once a month on Thursdays from 2:20 pm until 2:30 pm

Advisor: Gabe Mayers   (x7661)

The Rotary Interact Club, which has been at Squalicum for over 15 years now, is a service-oriented club dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations in Bellingham over the school year. We have over 70 student members and are supported by the Bellingham Bay Rotary Club. Some of our events are volunteering at the Bellingham Bay Marathon, helping with the Halloween and Valentine’s Day carnivals put on by Bellingham Parks and Recreation, volunteering at the Jingle Bell Run, etc. All students are welcome!

Volunteering at Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Work Party 2016
Volunteers filling 78 Mother’s Day Gift Bags – May 2017


Adventure meetings are Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room B102.
Advisor: Michelle Campbell (x 7722)

The purpose of RPG Club is to unite fellow nerds and enjoy a game of dungeons and dragons.



Advisor: Scott Wilson

The Squalicum Sailing team practices twice per week in the spring and attends regular weekend regattas around the northwest. The team practices with Bellingham and Sehome high school on Lake Whatcom after school.  For more information click here



Advisor: Katherine Kryt

The Sewing Club meets on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 PM in Room B204.  All levels and abilities are welcome–bring a project if you have one!



Meeting dates and time to be determined.
Advisor: Derek Hite (x 7742)

The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote interest in Hispanic and Luso- e (3 semesters of Spanish) with a B+ average in Spanish Class.



Head Coach: Jenovia Chunyk
Assistant Coach: Anna Edquist

Spirit 2018-19 Roster
2017-18 Spirit Team Photos


STEM Outreach (STEM=Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)

Advisor: Tim Reinholtz (x 7797)

We meet once a month in Room B211 to go over plans for elementary school visits that month, and we visit the elementary schools two mornings a month. The purpose of our club is to meet with elementary students to do projects involving science, technology, engineering, and math! Through this community outreach, we hope to expose elementary-aged kids to the STEM field and to broaden their academic interests.



Advisor: Derek Hite (x 7742)

We meet every Wednesday after school in C102 from 3:15 to 4:30 pm.  Student contact is Michael Richeson, President,



Advisor: Natylee Nelson     (x7656)

All meetings run from 3:20 to 4:15 in C216. Meeting dates are 11/26, 12/10, 1/14, 1/28, 2/11, 2/25, 3/11, 3/25, 4/8, 4/22, 5/13, 6/10.

Teen Court is an alternative court option for juvenile offenders of minor crimes to be tried by a jury of their peers rather than adults. Students fill every role in the courtroom including jury bailiff, clerk, judge, and advocates (lawyers). Not only do participating students get to make real decisions that have a major impact on someone’s life, but they also learn about approaching a sentence from a restorative justice perspective.



Advisor: Kerry Harrison  (x7753)

Our club promotes being united through our diverse cultures, experiences, and perspectives. We love having fun, enjoying each other’s company, and having a great fellowship while embracing all cultures. We will continue our annual activities; such as, Multicultural Day and Karaoke at lunch, while finding new ways to give back to the community.  Student Contact is Kathy Trinh, President,



Advisor: Sarah Marshall (x 7702)