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If you are interested in starting your own club:

  1. Find a staff member to be an advisor.
  2. Contact Patrick Brown, our Activities Coordinator.
  3. Complete an ASB Club Application.

Club Sign-up Link


Advisor: Suzy Laas

Members will brainstorm and participate in activities about the rights, environment, issues, and events of animals and participate in community service to benefit local animals. This club will work for a better coexisting community between animals and humans.  Club meetings are every 2nd & 4th Thursdays during STORM in Room C218.


Advisor: Brock Muench

We’ll meet Wednesdays 3:15 PM to 4:15 PM in Room B117…see you then!

AP Physics

Advisor: Riley Liddle

AP Physics Club will help students in AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, and regular physics. this club provides students with a space to collaborate and learn physics while getting specific 1:1 help from teachers and advanced physics students!  Club meets every day during 1st lunch in Portable A-3–all are welcome!


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

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.


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! 

ASL club will meet on B Days–Thursdays or Fridays in Room D117 after school.



Advisor:  Brian Young

For students interested in Culinary Arts.



Coach and Forensics Advisor:  Nick Phillips

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 Nick Phillips at and put “DEBATE” in the subject line.  Please check out our website:



Advisor: Jason Parker (x 6835)

Drama club traditionally produces and performs musicals, dramatic productions, student-directed one-acts, as well as monologue study, and audition preparation!  This year we will be focusing on individual acting concepts for both stage and screen.  We will study scripts, play virtual acting games, prepare monologues for virtual sharing and learn all about the art of acting and technical theatre. Drama meets every other Monday in the Forum from 3:30 PM to 5 PM.  Please check out our website: .



Co-Advisors: Izze Dulion & Erika Thorsen

Mother earth rocks! Come learn more about the local and global challenges we face in protecting the future of this one planet we all call home! Watch/listen to/discuss with each other; brainstorm projects; put them into action. Don’t be trashy. 😉 Join environmental club!

Alderwood Neighborhood Cleanup


Advisors: Caitlin Winters & Sarah Marshall

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!!!



Advisor: Izze Dulion 

Want to know more about French culture? Food? Film? Music? Come explore, connect & discuss all things French with Madame Dulion!



Advisor: Marianne Sebastian

German Club is for people who want to know more about life in German-speaking countries. You don’t have to know German or be in a German class. What do we do?  Play games, watch movies, etc.  Come check us out!



Advisor: Stevona Burks

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!



Advisor: Erika Thorsen

Open to new and experienced hikers alike.  Share trails, meet for hikes, etc.


HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)

Advisor: Tido Nakazato (x 7798)

HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE.  HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for students interested in health science education, biomedical science programs, or pursuing careers in health professions.  HOSA meets every other week in Room A227 after school.


Advisor: Hideto (Tido) Nakazato

Want to know more about Japanese culture? Food? Film? Music? Come explore, connect & discuss all things Japanese.  Club meets every other week in Room A227 after school.


For Updates: Join Remind APP by texting @Lemon21  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 Third World countries, and much, much more!!  If you like to help the world and your community, Lemon Club is the place for you!

Lemon Club will be on Mondays from 3:30 to 4 pm EVERY Other Week, beginning on Monday, October 19th

Zoom Link :

Meeting Dates:10/19, 11/2, 11/16, 11/30, 12/14, 1/11, 1/24



Advisor: OPEN

All juniors and seniors who have a 3.5 GPA or higher are invited to join SqHS’s chapter of the National Honor Society.  This club focuses on scholarship, service, leadership, and character.  We will participate and plan service projects to better our school and community.  You will also receive access to scholarship information, leadership conferences, and more!


Advisor: Amy Cushman

Poetry club is a club where we read, write, perform, and appreciate poetry. We have lots of fun events this year, including the bi annual poetry festival, open mics and participation in the school talent show, etc. We meet every other Monday at 3:20 in room C105.


Advisors: Kay Reilly & Morgan Annable

Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) promotes diversity and acceptance in our school for LGBTQ+ students and Straight allies.  We want to bring awareness to SqHS about the importance of living an authentic life, and support each other in being free to be who they want to be.  Club activities including playing games, discussing issues and concerns, participating in youth conferences & community service projects, collaborating with other QSAs in our region, and supporting the Whatcom Youth Pride Parade.


Advisor: Riley Liddle

Provide students with the opportunity to learn coding, build robots and COMPETE in VEX robotics competitions. This club is meant for students who are not able to fit Robotics into their schedule but want to learn and compete with the new Vex V5 systems!  Club meets every day during 1st lunch in Portable A-3–All are welcome!


Text @sqrobo2021  to 81010 to join!



Advisor: Michelle Campbell

Make a difference in your community and earn volunteer hours.  We are supported by the Bellingham Bay Rotary Club.  All students are welcome!

RPG/D&D – Role Playing Games & Dungeons and Dragons

Advisor: Michelle Campbell

Adventures Await!  Create characters and go on campaigns.  No expertise needed!


Advisor: Taryn Minckler

All levels and abilities are welcome–bring a project if you have one!


Advisor: Natylee Nelson

Interested in law, politics, or activism?  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.

Meets the first Tuesday of each month after school in B104.

TRI-M Music Honor Society

Advisors:  Mary Marshall & Kay Reilly

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is a National Association for Music Education (NAfME) program that recognizes outstanding music students.   Tri-M activities increase students’ school and community involvement with music and music education.   Tri-M members are nominated by their cooperating music teacher at Squalicum after 2 semesters of involvement in a music class, and are selected based on their excellent academic and musical achievement as well as their strength of character.  Chapter members will regularly be involved with community-service activities and music enrichment events, nurturing a more cohesive, inclusive, far reaching and unified music program.



Advisor: Kerry Harrison

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.


Advisor: Nick Boyce

More information to come!