2021-2022 Student Clubs

Make sure to carefully read and understand all club policies, as the policies and application have changed. All clubs, even those who were approved during the 2020-2021 school year, must reapply for the 2021-2022 school year.


Get involved! Students interested in joining a club may do so at any point during the school year.


African American Cultural Club 

Students will learn about African American history and culture.

Biodiversity and Environmental Protection Club

Students will learn about the importance of biodiversity and protecting our environment. Students will participate in service activities such as community clean up.

CASA Teens Club                                                     

Supports the purpose and activities of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) through awareness, community outreach and fundraising.          

C.H.A.N.G.E. Club                                                     

(Challenging Human Apathy by Nurturing Global Empathy).SM students will learn about and discuss many different racial, gender, socioeconomic, etc. issues prevalent in our world today, while simultaneously learning more about each other. Some topics the club will touch upon at its monthly meetings may include: diversity, equity, representation, and more.

Crochet for a Cause Club

Students will learn how to crochet or knit. Donates crocheted/knitted blankets to those in need.

Dancers 4 Change Club

Collects, packages, and ships old dance costumes to a non profit organization called Travelling Tutus. 

Dressember Club

The Dressember Foundation is an anti-trafficking non-profit organization that generates awareness and fundraises for programs fighting human trafficking.

Eagle Outreach Club

Votes on a new cause or charity each quarter and works to support that organization.

Eagles for CHOC Club

Humanitarian Club dedicated to helping the teenage patient population at the CHOC Hospital through various events such as the CHOC Walk at Disneyland and Christmas Sock Drive.

Families Forward SMCHS Club

Supports organizations that provide help and funding to food and housing insecure families in Orange County through fundraising and volunteering.

Future Business Leaders of America Club

FBLA Conferences

Fellowship Eagle Athletes

Fellowship Eagle Athletes hopes to reach out and embrace our school's charism of Caritas Christi as we look through scripture and invite guest speakers to share the word of God and lessons on how students can continue to keep their faith strong as we journey to adulthood and higher education.

Filipino American Culture and Charity Club

Fundraise to fund disaster, domestic, and educational relief packages for impoverished communities in the Philippines by working with different charities and organizations. Meanwhile immersing the Santa Margarita community in the rich culture that is the Philippines. 

Film Production Club

Students work together to write, shoot, and edit film projects. 

Grace Notes Club

Perform at local senior homes via singing or playing instruments through Care Choices

Hugs for Heroes Club

Working to make and distribute cards for essential workers to show how much we appreciate all of their hard work.

Keys 2 Happiness Club

Perform at local senior homes via singing or playing instruments

Love for Laura's House Club

Fundraising/make baskets for kids at Laura's House

Mandala Creative Writing Club

Mandala is the SMCHS creative writing club and the title of the annual creative writing publication for SMCHS. 

Miracles for Kids Club

Supports the Miracles For Kids non-profit charity organization. Miracles helps critically ill children and their families by providing financial assistance, housing, helping with medical bills, delivering food and supplies, writing cards and delivering them, building connections with the children through fun activities like surfing and paddle boarding, and helping out with anything that the families might need. 

National Art Honor Society Club

NAHS encourages high school art students to promote the arts around campus

Next Step Club

Next Step supports the DUILA organization. DUILA stands for drug use is life abuse and its goal is to prevent drug use by kids, teens, and young adults. 

Operation Fancy Club

Donates new and gently used dresses to the wives and daughters of Marines.

Ping-Pong Club

Plans a Ping-Pong tournament for SM Students.

Scientists of Tomorrow Club

The purpose of the club is to introduce and familiarize club members with a wide range of medical and engineering subjects and professions.

Screenwriting Club

The Screen Writing Club aims to help new writers with techniques like analyzing different films and screenplays to better one's understanding of the screenwriting process.

Serving Smiles Club

The purpose of the club, Serving Smiles, is to educate others on cleft lips and palates. Works with Operation Smile by donating and creating supplies.

SM Animation Club

The purpose of our club is to popularize the art form of animation.  Works with the Children's Hospital of Orange County to create a coloring book for children in the hospital.

SM HackerSpace Club

SM students learn about various CS and cybersecurity related topics.

SM Pre-Med Club

The SM Pre-Med Club ultimately serves as an educational organization to give SM students a glimpse into the path of the medical field.

Surfrider Club

Helps to preserve the sea life and welfare of the beaches (pick up trash, etc.)

Tri-M Music Honor Society

Tri-M will encourage leadership and foster camaraderie within the musical community on campus. 

Red Cross Club

Holds blood drives at school