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35 Unique Club Ideas To Start At Your School

Last updated January 7, 2020

Top School Club Ideas | Get Schooled Foundation

Clubs and organizations in high school are awesome because they give you opportunities to explore your passions, connect with others who have similar interests, and have fun! If your high school doesn’t have a club or organization that you’re interested in, the best thing to do is start your own. Get creative and think outside of the box. 

High school clubs typically fall in one of three categories:

  • Subject Area – Clubs that focus on specific academic subjects.
  • Hobby – Clubs that focus on specific hobbies or interests
  • Community Service – Clubs that focus on making an impact in the community.

Need some inspiration? 

Here’s a list of 35 unique clubs started by students that totally worked at other high schools!

  • African-American History Club
  • Social Work Club
  • Pi Club
  • Anime Club
  • Waffle Club
  • Comic Book Club
  • Magic Club
  • Pokémon Club
  • Art Review Magazine
  • Sculpture Club
  • Monologue Club
  • Improv Club
  • Film Club
  • Scriptwriting Club
  • Foreign Cooking Club
  • Love Against Hate Club
  • Vegan Life Club
  • Makeup Artists Club
  • People Watching Club
  • Wizards & Muggles Club
  • Free Hug Club
  • Zombie Survival Club
  • Lumberjack Club
  • Dumbledore’s Army
  • Voice Actor’s Club
  • Skill-And-Tell Club
  • Cake Club
  • Escape Room Club
  • Sign Language Club
  • UAB (Us Against Bullying) Club
  • Children’s Hospital Volunteer Club
  • Nursing Home Volunteer Club
  • Big Brother Big Sister
  • Soup Kitchen Volunteer Club
  • Save Endangered Species Club

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