Science Club

We are a social organization whose student members share our mutual interest in health and science by enjoying social activities throughout the school year.

Community connection

The Science Club provides opportunities for intellectual and social growth, academic achievement, recreational activities, leadership and teamwork, and interaction with our urban community.

Active club participation has been a treasured memory for many former students over the years. Most importantly, the bond of friendship is formed among students who share a mutual interest in health and scientific matters.

Why Join?

  • Entertaining: having fun!
  • Networking: making new friends while sharing similar interests with others.
  • Opportunities: attaining needed volunteer hours by participating in various fun science and health activities.
  • Extra-Curricular: joining the club substantiates your resume and/or application.
  • Academic Assistance: receiving and giving help for science related courses.
  • Flexible Involvement: participating as much as, or as little as, you want.
  • Leadership: having the opportunity for growth by becoming  a club representative.

Club Officers

  • President: Brianna Cowin
  • Vice President: Taylor Clark
  • Senate Rep: Angela Posch
  • Secretary: Sylvan Clark
  • Volunteer Coordinator: Kaleb Hood
  • Communication Directors: Aiden Hockett and Julie Fahnestock

Club Events and Activities

(Dates TBA)

Volunteer opportunity:
Compassion Clinic at Tigard High School 8am-3pm
Club meeting 12:20-12:50 pm
Volunteer opportunity:
Leukemia and Lymphoma Walk at Oregon Convention Center 5 pm start
Pumpkin carving contest
Study party 7 – 9 pm
Do-It-Yourself Party with Eco-Justice Club 6 pm
Club trip to OMSI
Club meeting 12:20 – 12:50 pm
Volunteer opportunity:
Compassion Clinic
Study Party 7 pm – 9 pm
NSH Department campus visit day
Bake sale club fundraiser
Club meeting 12:20 – 12:50 pm
Study Party 7 pm – 9 pm
Club meeting 12:20 – 12:50 pm
Zoolights trip