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Student-Led Organizations and Clubs

Clear Creek ISD offers a unique network of student interest and student-led organizations on the intermediate and high school campuses. From campus specific to District-wide, our students have the opportunity to align with a like-minded group to explore their personal interests.

Student clubs and organizations are a great way for students as early as elementary school to explore personal interests outside of the classroom. These organizations and clubs meet on-campus before or after school and are supervised by an assigned staff member. Students interested in joining a student-interest group, should contact their campus for a list of clubs and organizations. If a student does see a club that interests them, they are encouraged to apply to form one on campus. Learn more about this process under Starting a Student Interest Group.

Not all clubs are offered at each grade level or campus.

However, here is a small sampling of some of the clubs offered throughout the District:

  • Kindness Club
  • Safety Patrol
  • Garden Club
  • Art Club
  • Yoga Club
  • Recycling Club
  • Lego Club
  • Chess Club
  • Honor Society
  • Debate Club
  • Fishing Club
  • Girls Who Code Club
  • Book Club
  • Junior ROTC
  • Ping Pong Club
  • Spanish Club
  • And so many more...

Starting a Student Interest Group

The process for starting a club begins with an idea and student interest. The student organizer completes the annual application form, acquires at least fifteen peer signatures, and submits the form to the school's Principal for consideration and approval. By completing the form, the student organizer agrees to the policies and rules governing nonsponsored, non-curriculum-related student groups and that the group will abide by those rules. 

If approved, the new club will receive a staff monitor to assist in securing a time and location for the club meetings. Staff members are present during but do not participate in club conversations or activities. More information about the process is found in the Student Expression Policy.

Student Interest Group Application

Intermediate and high school students have the right to gather on campus for non-curriculum-related student groups to meet on school premises during noninstructional time protected by the Student Expression policy.