Activities & Clubs

Students at Royal High School have many opportunities to be active in our school. We encourage our students to participate in our Student Leadership Organizations, clubs, and activities to make the most of their high school experience. 

Are you interested in learning more about clubs and other activities offered at Royal High School?  There are several ways you can find out more information:

  • Contact the high school office at 509-346-2256.
  • Go to to sign up for Activities and/or Sports
  • Email the Club or Activity Advisor, or stop by his/her classroom for information and meetings. (See list of clubs and advisors below.)
  • Visit Ms. Freeman in the RHS Athletic/Activities office (in the commons) or email her at [email protected].

Current Active Clubs at RHS

  • FFA - Future Farmers of America: Agriculture, Plant Sciences and Career Prep. Preparing members for leadership/careers in the science, business and technology of Agriculture
  • FCCLA - Family, Career, Community Leaders: Promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer science education
  • FBLA - Future Business Leadership: Inspires and prepares students to become community minded business leaders
  • ASB/Student Government: Offers students excellent ways to get involved in the inner workings of their school
  • Senior Class, Junior Class, Sophomore Class, Freshman Class
  • Knowledge Bowl: An academic contest where every subject is in play: history, science, music, English, math, geography, foreign languages, and more! Teams of up to six members start off with a multiple choice written test, then move on to the exciting oral speed rounds, where you go head to head against two other teams to see who can buzz in and answer questions first.
  • Link Crew: A high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. As positive role models, Link Crew Leaders (Juniors and Seniors) are mentors and student leaders who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success. (- Description found on the Boomerang Website)
  • GEAR UP: the University of Washington GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) Project is part of a national effort to help students from low-income families prepare for and succeed in higher education.
    The RISE UP/SKY GEAR UP partnership addresses the educational needs of low-income, at-risk students in the Yakima, Skagit, and Klickitat Valleys by providing activities, information, and the educational opportunities and support necessary for students to be successful in college.
    • GEAR UP Site Coordinators: Marlen Romero and Sandra Sanchez- Garcia
  • Hope Squad: a school based peer-to-peer suicide prevention program. Hope Squad members are nominated by their classmates as trustworthy peers and trained by advisors. The program reduces youth suicide through education, training, and peer intervention. Hope Squad members strive to: Create a safe school environment; Promote connectedness; Support anti-bullying; Encourage mental wellness; Reduce mental health stigma; and Prevent substance misuse
  • Skills USA: Students, teachers and industry working together to empower members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens.


Forming Clubs at RHS

Please refer to the ASB Constitution, Article X for complete details. To be considered an Associated Student Body club, a club must have a Staff and/or approved parent advisor and a charter approved by school administration and Student Council.

Any ASB recognized club is required to have a written constitution and a list signed by all participating students in that club. Both must be submitted to the ASB for approval. The constitution shall not be in conflict with the spirit and intent of the ASB constitution. Activities of such clubs must be supervised by the club’s advisor and are subject to review by the ASB Activities Director.

Prior to Student Council approval, students seeking to form a new club must provide ten interested student signatures, a willing, committed and approved staff and/or parent advisor, and a constitution.

Read more details here.