Clubs at RCHS are open to all students and are driven by student interests. A student-initiated club can be started by completing a Club Charter form and being sponsored by a faculty member. This form must be completed annually to maintain the continuation of a club. You can find the Club Charter form on the Activities Info page.

The following are the 2019-2020 Clubs and Activities.  This list will be updated as the school year progresses.  If you are interested in joining a club or activity, ask the club Sponsor for more information.

To provide a safe environment for students to explore faith, God and the meaning of life.

Faculty Sponsor: Kate Herrin

To bring together students who care for animals and to help local animal shelters in the community.

Faculty Sponsor: Colleen Lamb

To bring together friends to watch anime TV and movies, learn Japanese, read anime and discuss it with the group. Maybe play some RPGs too.

Faculty Sponsor: Kristen Greenleaf

To learn archery skills, meet new people and have fun!

Faculty Sponsor: Jennifer Hartmann

Archery Club Website

To provide an opportunity for students to learn about astronomy.

Faculty Sponsor: Jeremy Newman

To learn badminton skills, meet new people and have fun!

Faculty Sponsor: Grace Nishida

Relive childhood memories with our favorite toy:  Beyblade.  To create a community in the school that brings people together.

Faculty Sponsor: Brandon Hommel

To work in cooperation with the Science National Honor Society to organize events and activities.

Faculty Sponsor: Shawney Fordham

Brain Bowl is an academic competition in which teams are pitted against one another. A moderator reads questions from four subject areas including humanities, mathematics, natural science and social sciences. The RCHS Brain Bowl Team’s goal is to compete in the NAQT held in Boulder, CO each March

Faculty Sponsor: Jeff Nichols

To eat breakfast, socialize with peers and enjoy the company of others.

Faculty Sponsor: Nikki Dobos

To provide an opportunity to learn rock climbing, build leadership skills, increase self-esteem and have fun!

Faculty Sponsor: Eric Schmidt

The U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) program is a chemistry competition for high school students. The purpose of the competition is to stimulate young people to achieve excellence in chemistry. The Club’s purpose is to practice and perfect our chemistry test taking skills and compete.

Faculty Sponsor: Dave Ferguson

To enlighten, engage and teach others to love chess. Teaching new moves and strategies such as the Queen’s Gambit and others. Chess boards provided. To compete in tournaments.

Faculty Sponsor: Bryan Winkelman

To support various Children’s Hospitals by volunteering and fundraising to make an impact on children’s lives and their dreams.

Faculty Sponsor: Susanne Petri

For students to support the mission of Wish Week, shaving heads and collecting ponytails

Faculty Sponsor: TBD

To be a forum for information related to plays and activities and to track involvement in these towards lettering.

Faculty Sponsor: Cindy Baker

Our purpose is to enhance our drawing skills by sketching our favorite TV shows, cartoons, etc. A time to do what we love and hang out with other students. Club members will bring their own drawing materials.

Faculty Sponsor: Colleen Lamb

To teach about and play D&D with other students

Faculty Sponsor: Colleen Lamb

To create a community of people of similar backgrounds and cultures.

Faculty Sponsor: Lu Xing

To promote sustainability within the school and community through projects and fun activities.

Faculty Sponsor: Jenny Sickle

To help students who have an interest in video games, have a safe place to play and meet others. Eventually the Club would like to compete in competitive events against other high school esports teams.

Faculty Sponsor: Kyler Barker

To provide student fellowship, discuss faith and athletics

Faculty Sponsor: Jeff Seaquist

To provide student fellowship and spiritual discussion.

Faculty Sponsor: Kandi Hedges & Morgan Stock

To raise awareness about the plight of the Tibetan people under Chinese tyranny.

Faculty Sponsor: Matt Gracey

To broaden student’s cultural views and understanding. To educate about history, culture and lifestyles.

Faculty Sponsor: Jeremy Newman

To promote girls mental health and overall happiness.  To create a safe environment for girls to release stress, anger, etc. in a positive way with people they trust.  Community Service opportunities also available with a non-profit organization.

Faculty Sponsor: Colleen Lamb

To encourage girls to be involved in computer science.

Faculty Sponsor: Kyler Barker

To gather friends, swap recipes and ideas, and share gluten free treats.

Faculty Sponsor: Amy Hommel

To learn and practice an easy social and athletic activity, to make friends and relieve stress.

Faculty Sponsor: Derek DeNileon

Hands for Hands was originally started to address the issue of homeless students at Rock Canyon High School. We are in contact with our social workers at RC and a church in order to better support the needs of the local community.

Faculty Sponsor: Doreen Smith

To be active with community service projects focusing on homelessness.

Faculty Sponsor: Karen Bukowski

To learn more about Hispanic culture, cuisine and crafts.

Faculty Sponsor: Maria Gutierrez-Enriquez

For people who enjoy the horror genre and to create similar things to the genre (short stories, art, etc.).  To bring people together of the same subculture and make new friends.

Faculty Sponsor: Luke Hadden

(formerly Amnesty International )
Students advocate for human rights on a local, national, and international level by pairing with Amnesty International. Students decide on human rights issues that they feel passionate about and find ways to advocate for human rights violations concerning those issues.

Faculty Sponsor: Kate Herrin

To provide a forum for kids to practice their improv skills.

Faculty Sponsor: Cindy Baker

To provide an opportunity for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding.

Faculty Sponsor: Andy Watkins

Offering an opportunity for students sho display an interest in neuroscience to pursue their passions in a competitive learning environment.

Faculty Sponsor: Brandon Hommel

To introduce the student body to all the jobs available in the medical field through guest speakers.

Faculty Sponsor: Jeffrey Seaquist

To benefit both the school and community as we bond together for the purpose of supporting people with breast cancer as well as their families with comfort totes.

Faculty Sponsor: Colleen Lamb

To create a sense of community and connection between students of RCHS and students of special needs.

Faculty Sponsor: Debbie Rochau

To give a place for the Jewish Students to come together.

Faculty Sponsor: Stephanie Powell

To reach out to RCHS feeder Elementary Schools and coordinate tutoring for  elementary students.

Faculty Sponsor: Anna Tesdahl

To increase inclusion at Rock Canyon, and combat social anxiety and loneliness. To make sure that no one eats lunch alone.

Faculty Sponsor: Sheela Maupin

To exercise math abilities that are outside the normal realm of content taught math. It requires a lot of problem solving skills and “thinking outside the box”. State and Nation wide competitions is how we exercise these skills.

Faculty Sponsor: Erynn Albert

This club will provide a safe place where students can talk about how they are feeling.  We will also hold fund raisers and donate to charities and organizations that support mental health awareness.

Faculty Sponsor: Hailey Johnson

To gather supplies and materials to prepare for Boxing Event (sometime in November).  Filling shoeboxes that will be shipped to children in 3rd world countries for Christmas.

Faculty Sponsor: Mary Burnham

To raise awareness and money for cleft lips and cleft palates and the surgery for them. To empower youth through smiles.

Faculty Sponsor: Susanne Petri

To spread awareness about human trafficking, train students to recognize it, and raise money to stop it.

Faculty Sponsor: Colleen Lamb

To teach students about organic chemistry and have fun!

Faculty Sponsor: Dave Ferguson

To organize photoshoots and excursions for students to practice photography in places not offered in photography class.

Faculty Sponsor: Kim Graham

To play ping-pong and have fun!

Faculty Sponsor: TBD

To bring students together in order to create playlists that can support events, others and themselves.

Faculty Sponsor: John Talarico

To provide an opportunity to be with friends who share a passion for sports and enjoy analyzing statistics and trends to predict various outcomes of athletes and organizations.

Faculty Sponsor: John Talarico

To meet with other professional wrestling fans, discuss events, watch clips, and have fun!

Faculty Sponsor: Matt Sassali

Performing music (instrumental/vocal) to local nursing homes or similar assisted living facilities.

Faculty Sponsor: Ben Dale

To empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) and allied students to combat bullying in their schools.  To provide a safe place for these students to meet, support each other and educate their peers to end homophobia and transphobia in schools.

Faculty Sponsor: Margaret Motz

We make comfort totes for children who have been removed from their homes due to neglect and/or abuse issues. We also aim to spread positivity around the Rock Canyon Community.

Faculty Sponsor: Hannah Shear

To build a community of readers.

Faculty Sponsor: Bryan Winkelman

To pursue student interest in the stock market and develop a general knowledge in real world investing. To also establish strong leadership and critical thinking skills.

Faculty Sponsor: Julie Hill

To spread awareness of life at conception and to work against decisions for abortions.

Faculty Sponsor: Ilza Oosthuizen

To learn dance routines, lyrics to Japanese pop songs or write own songs, create costumes, and make lasting friendships.

Faculty Sponsor: Peter DeFilippo

To prepare to compete in the Regional Science Bowl sponsored by the US Department of Energy.

Faculty Sponsor: Kerry Hinton

To hang out and have fun with other skaters.  Meet us Wednesdays after school by the baseball bleachers!

Faculty Sponsor: Braedan Lanham

To get together with other students who are interested in skiing and snowboarding, to watch ski movies, to discuss the hobby and eventually create meetups for students to ski/snowboard.

Faculty Sponsor: Kate Herrin

To provide a space for South Asians to congregate and to help spread the culture of South Asians to Rock Canyon community.

Faculty Sponsor: Sheela Maupin

Opportunity for students to meet new people and play spikeball.

Faculty Sponsor: John Talarico

To promote discussions and ideas for increased school safety.

Faculty Sponsor: Aaron Paul

To bring friends together with comedy.  A club where students watch Danny Devito movies, eat snacks, and have fun.  This club is for all Danny Devito lovers!

Faculty Sponsor: Larissa Fillingham

UNICEF High School Clubs partner with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate, and fundraise – work that is vital to UNICEF’s ability to save children in 190 countries around the globe.

Faculty Sponsor: Margaret Motz

To provide an opportunity for Special Education and General Education students to unify in participating in Unified Sports activities.

Faculty Sponsor: Scott Karcz

Share and study the unique history of the United States, from war to politicians to the construction of the nation.

Faculty Sponsor: Matt Sassali

To design, build, program and compete with VEX Robots.

Faculty Sponsor: Karen Bukowski



Activities involve some sort of performance, competition, or service to the community. Some activities are associated with a course during the school day which may be a requirement for participation. Many of these activities are also regulated by CHSAA because the student is scored, ranked or rated in competition.

Click the faculty sponsor name to email the sponsor.



  • TSA – Technology Student Association – Nikki Dobos/Kyler Barker