Student Activities » Clubs




Brea Olinda High School wants students to be actively engaged and connected to their learning through involvement in school athletics, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities.  Research shows that students who are actively engaged in school activities have better attendance and earn higher grades.  Connected students learn more, retain more, and enjoy learning more.  In addition, involvement in school is a great way for students to make friends, learn teamwork, develop responsibility, and enhance college and scholarship applications.  For these reasons, we provide a wealth of opportunities for students to expand their horizons.

While some groups are composed of selected students (indicated below with an asterisk), most clubs welcome all students to participate. We encourage students to get involved in the extra-curricular activities offered. A listing of club meeting days and times will be available in the Activities Office.  To be chartered as a club on campus, a club must have an ASB approved constitution and by-laws as well as an on-campus staff advisor.  Clubs are required to have their advisor present at all meetings and events held by the club.  All dates for school, club, sports or class functions (including banquets) must be scheduled in advance on the school master calendar through the Activities Office in order to avoid conflicts.  The following clubs and student groups are recognized and allowed to meet, provided they draw enough members and meet constitutional requirements of ASB Executive Council:

Academic Decathlon*

Anime Club

Art Squad/Club Sketch

Badminton Club

Band Council*

Best Buddies

Black Student Union

Brea Blockheads

Brea Museum Historical Club

California Scholarship Federation (CSF)*


Chinese Club





Cricket Club

Cultural Comedy Club

Dance Club

Democratic Club

Disney Channel Friends Club

Drama Council*

Dumbledore’s Army

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Fencing Club

Freestyle Dance Club

French Club

GAA Cabinet

Gay Straight Alliance

Girls of Faith

Girls’ League

Global Information Technology Academy (GITA)*

Green Environment Club

Guitar Club

Inkwell Magazine*


Japanese Cultural Dance Club

Key Club

Korean Club

Link Crew*

Make-A-Wish Club

Men of the Sword


MilSim (airsoft)

Model United Nations

National Honor Society (NHS)*

Page Turners Club

Ping Pong Club

Play Production*


Red Cross Club

Republican Club

Speech & Debate*

Sports Medicine Club

Student Council*


Toyo Volunteers

Vocal Music Council*

World Wildlife Fund Club