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There are over 30 clubs at La Reina High School & Middle School. Students are encouraged to join clubs in order to explore their interests, develop leadership skills, and participate fully in the life of the school.

Students can earn an activity letter through their participation in extra-curricular activities if they earn 20 or more activity credits. Students can earn one activity credit for every 15 hours of learning experience in an activity. A maximum of 5 activity credits may be earned per activity per semester. Middle school students may carry over a maximum of 10 activity credits into the senior high division.


Some clubs and organizations require a membership fee to help defray the cost of activities, field trips, guest speakers, etc.

While students are encouraged to become involved, they are reminded that certain activities may require a greater time-commitment and level of responsibility than others. It is suggested that students think carefully about ALL of their responsibilities (both in and out of school) and that they discuss the extent of involvement with their parents and moderators before making a commitment to a major activity.

Club Moderators

All club meetings are held under the direct supervision of the adult moderator.

Art/Anime Club

Mission: To foster and celebrate the individual talents of the creative community. Art/Anime Club is a fun way to explore the art community and to integrate art into people’s lives.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Tuesdays 3-4 pm every other week in room 209

Moderator:  Mr. Greg Jones

Adventure Club

Mission: To discover nature in a new way and connect with God in his creations. To help girls find themselves in nature, meet new people, and take a break from reality

Open to: High School

Meetings: Every other Wednesday at lunch in room 202

Moderator: Ms. Rasmussen

Ballet for All Kids Club

Mission: Ballet For All Kids is a volunteer organization that helps teach ballet to children with disabilities. The purpose of this club is to gather students at La Reina who have interest in dance and in helping children with disabilities to volunteer and to raise funds for Ballet for All Kids.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: First Monday of each month in room 501

Moderator: Mrs. Coppa

Board Games Club

Mission: to strengthen one’s calculating skills and independent thinking by playing and learning board games.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Every other Thursday at lunch in room 205

Moderator: Mrs. Ardy

California Scholarship Federation

The purpose of CSF is to encourage high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship on the part of senior high school students (Grades 10, 11 and 12) of California. All students who have met the required standards for the preceding semester shall be eligible for membership. The requirements for membership are explained in the Student-Parent Handbook. Similarly, the California Junior Scholarship Federation is open to students in Grades 7, 8 and 9.


Mrs. Rebecca Adams

Coding Club

Mission:  The goal of this club is to foster a love for coding within young women, and open them up to the possibility of entering the computer science/engineering field as an adult. Furthermore, we hope that all participants of the club are able to gain basic knowledge of coding and application.   The objectives of the club are to teach the basics in Java, C++, Swift, Python and Ruby as well as encourage women to do try things outside of their comfort zone. 

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Every other Thursday 3-3:30 p.m. in the Mac Lab

Moderator: Ms. Hovsepyan

Comedy Sportz

Mission:  Come learn the art of IMPROV!  Students compete in hilarious games and learn to improvise and play off their teammates and the audience.

Open to:  High School

Meetings: Tuesdays after school in the Loft

Moderator: Mrs. Privat

Diversity and Inclusion Club

Mission:  To spread diversity in all ways and creating a free market of ideas. To introduce the different ways people can be diverse and to bring awareness of issues concerning diversity.  

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Wednesday at lunch in room 104

Moderator: Ms. Tunzi

Dance Teams

Hip Hop Dance Crew

Middle School Dance Team is a great chance for any middle school student interested in performing. The girls learn dances during their lunch meetings and then perform them at school functions such as rallies, basketball games, volleyball games and lunchtime performances. No dance experience is required. This is a great opportunity to get involved and perform for your school.

Liturgical Dance


Hip Hop Dance Crew meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4pm in room 504.

Middle School Dance Team meets on Mondays and Wednesdays at lunch in room 504.

Liturgical Dance meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch in room 504.


Mrs. Stacey Pirozzi


French Club

Mission: to educate and expose club members to French culture, language, history, and traditions

Open to: High School

Meetings: monthly at lunch in room 212

Moderator: Mrs. McKay

Future Doctors Club

Mission: To learn about various medical professions and to hear from medical professionals about their field of work and the steps they took to enter that field.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Fridays in Room 205 (1-2 times/month)

Moderator: Mrs. Ardy

Future Engineers Club

Mission: To learn about science, engineering, technology, and math through hands-on projects. To further studies and eventual careers in engineering through practical experience. To create opportunities for students to share interests and ideas in the practical sciences.

Open to: High School

Meetings: First Wednesday of the month at lunch in Room 101

Moderator: Mrs. Grey

Global Service Club

Mission: The Global Service Club was created to create an environment in which members of La Reina who are interested in helping the global, developing community can do so. The Global Service Club hopes to create an awareness of the developing world and a passion for helping the needy in those parts of the world for the members of the club. The goal of this year is to raise money to support charities and events whose service goes to a developing country. In addition to raising money, the club hopes to raise awareness among the La Reina community of the needs of developing countries and ways in which they can be helped.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: twice a month in room 212

Moderator: Mrs. McKay

Girls' Athletic Association

The Girls’ Athletic Association fosters the highest ideals of sportsmanship, fellowship and good conduct among its members and the school community. It serves to provide athletic and social activities for members, while encouraging a spirit of cooperation and school loyalty. Among the organization’s activities are tournaments, outings, and award banquets. This organization is open to students of grades 6 through 12 who play sports. 


The GAA meets once per quarter on a Tuesday in the gym.


Mr. Josh Michael

God Lead Singers

God Lead Singers

The God Lead Singers is open to High School students.


The God Lead Singers meet at lunch in the Loft on Wednesday.


Mrs. Heidi Vass

Green Club

Mission: The mission of the La Reina Green Club is to conserve, educate, and inspire Regents to become more environmentally conscious.

Objectives: (1) conserve the environment through environmentally conscious projects, outings, and clean-ups, (2) educate Regents about the environment and how to preserve it with respect to environmental science and human impact, and (3) inspire Regents to become environmentally conscious in everyday life and inspire others to do the same

Open to: High School

Meetings: Third Friday of every month in the Magis Center

Moderator: Ms. Thibodeaux

Inspiration Club

Mission: To inspire La Reina girls to be themselves, follow their dreams, serve and inspire others, and live a positive and happy life with the ultimate goal of making the world a better place. To touch the lives of as many members of the La Reina community and beyond as possible while upholding our mission.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings:  First Thursday of every month in room 107

Moderator: Ms. Thibodeaux

Interact Club

Interact is Rotary International's service club for high school students. The goal of the organization is to promote international understanding and goodwill. Rotary supports and guides students as they plan community serivce projects on the local and international levels. Students learn leadership skills, personal integrity, respect for others, the value of hard work and individual responsiblity.


Interact meets at lunch every other Tuesdays of each month.


Ms. Sonya Mercado

K-Pop Dance Club

Mission: to spread the culture of K-POP dance, and give the people who love K-POP the opportunity to learn more about K-POP. To learn at least three dances which all of the members are interested in learning, and participate in the Multi-Cultural Festival, if we have one this school year.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Every other Tuesday in the Dance Studio

Moderator: Mrs. Pirozzi

La Reina Courier (Yearbook)

La Reina Courier (Yearbook)

La Reina’s yearbook, the La Reina Courier, captures the essence of school life through photographs and written articles. Through the educational experiences of event coverage, photography, writing, layout design, photo editing, advertising display and proofreading, students learn essential elements of journalism. Membership is open to students of grades 9 through 12. 


The Yearbook staff meets during 7th period in room 101.


Ms. Kathryn Quist


La Reina Herald (Newspaper)

The Herald is La Reina’s official school newspaper. Students have the opportunity to report news pertinent to the school and to experience the various facets of newspaper journalism. Membership is open to all students. 


The Herald staff meet during 0 period and at lunch.


Mrs. Rebecca Adams

La Reina Singers

The La Reina Singers is the resident chorale experience at La Reina. Open to middle school students, membership in the LRS does not require an audition. Unique in its focus, the LRS couple a strong community service and outreach component with an academic-based musical performance experience. With a strong emphasis on developing musicianship, quality vocal technique, understanding historical context and genre, accapella singing and ensemble coordination, the La Reina Singers are informed musicians. In addition to regular performances and appearances, the LRS has a full calendar of community outreach performances and events –sharing their gifts with underserved populations throughout Ventura County.


La Reina Singers meet Mondays and Wednesdays 7:20-8:05 a.m. in the Loft.


Mrs. Heidi Vass 

Lit Magazine

Mission: Lit Mag is a literary/art magazine edited by high school students, but all grades are welcome and encouraged to submit any student produced art, poetry, or creative writing. All writing, art, digitization and photography is the work of the students at La Reina High School. The Iliad is a completely student-produced literary and art magazine published electronically every year, a sister program to our Odyssey text, a hard-cover volume published and distributed to LRHS students once per year.

Open to: Middle School and High School students may submit work to Lit Mag.

High School students work on the books and edit/design.

Meetings: Mondays after school until 3:15; Thursdays at lunch. All meetings are in room 105

Moderator: Mrs. Chisholm

Mock Trial

Sponsored by the Constitutional Rights Foundation, Mock Trial exposes students to the field of law and the application of Constitutional principles. Students’ role-play the prosecution and defense of a fictitious case in a competition held at the Ventura County Courthouse. Participation is open to students in grades 9 through 12. Junior high students interested in joining the Mock Trial Team during high school are encouraged to participate in the Speech and Debate Club. 


The Mock Trial team meets in the Mock Trial Classroom, from 5:30-8:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.


Mrs. Liz Harlacher

Multicultural Club

Mission: To learn cultures of different countries. To help students explore their interests in culture, develop new perspectives, and be accepting and open-minded towards different cultures.

Open to: High School

Meetings: Wednesday during lunch in a monthly basis in Room 204

Moderator: Mr. Jake Cousineau

National Honor Society

NHS members are selected based on their excellence in scholarship, service, leadership and character. The requirements for membership are explained in the Student-Parent Handbook. Similarly, the National Junior Honor Society is open to students in Grades 8 and 9. 


Mrs. Nancy LaBelle

Regent News

Mission: To learn about news production from pre- to post production. To grow a video news program at La Reina.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Thursdays in the Mac Lab

Moderator: Ms. Hovsepyan

Regent Performers

La Reina’s performing group provides music, drama, and dance experiences of various types. Members have the opportunity to participate in performances in the fall and spring, as well as in the technical aspects of production. Students may earn membership in the International Thespian Society. Regent Performers is open to students of grades 7 through 12.


The Regent Performers meet 


Mrs. Robin Privat

Robotics Club

Mission: Students learn to design, build, program and test a Vex robot. The organization fosters an appreciation of science and technology
Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Wednesdays after school in the STEM Lab, additional build and competition time required of Robotics Team members

Moderator: Ms. Sharon Spielman

Rotary Interact Club

Mission: To get involved with the local community by serving others with a genuinely positive, loving attitude. To develop leadership skills among students and to serve the community.  Interact Club is affiliated with Rotary of Thousand Oaks.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings: Tuesdays bimonthly at lunch in room 102

Moderator: Mr. Nathaniel Jones

Shakespeare Troupe

Mission: To create a low pressure environment in which students may freely explore the language and works of Shakespeare through reading and performance of plays and sonnets.  To foster enjoyment of Shakespeare’s works. To give members the opportunity to attend various festivals and competitions centered around the work of Shakespeare.

Open to: High School

Meetings: First and Third Monday of each month in room 105

Moderator: Mrs. Chisholm

Speech and Debate Teams

Mission: To prepare for competition at local and national speech and debate tournaments. To improve public speaking, critical thinking, collaboration, and research skills while competing in forensics.

Open to: Middle School and High School

Meetings:  All meetings take place in room 107
a. High School Debate - Monday 3:00-4:00
b. Middle School Debate - Thursday 3:00-4:00
c. All Debate - Sunday 2:30-4:00
d. All Speech - Tuesday 3:00-4:00 and Thursday at lunch

Moderator: Mr. Jaich

Student Council

Mission: The Student Council is composed of the Associated Student Body Officers, the respective class officers of grades 6 through 12. School wide activities such as Friendship Week, La Reina High Day, dances, and holiday celebrations are coordinated by the Student Council. Members also give suggestions to the administration and faculty regarding school policies.

Open to: Middle School and High School students elected by their peers

Meetings: HS- Mondays 3-3:30 in room 510, MS - every other Monday 3:10-3:40 in room 509

Moderator: HS - Mrs. Beutner, MS - Mrs. Mutell

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