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ACTIVE CLUBS In order for a club to be listed, each school year the club must turn in a Club Application Sheet and Constitution to ASB Leadership.If an active club wishes to create a website, please email one of the Club Committee Leaders or the K/D ASB account.
Club Info Meeting Location Advisor Student Rep
African Youth Association (AYA) African Youth Association was created with the purpose of helping students embrace African culture. Lecture Hall Dr. Johnstone  Ezinne Ndigwe
 Anime Club To promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese animation and language. rm 202 Mr. Miller Esmeralda Orozco 
Art Club The purpose of this club is for students who wish to share their artistic talents with fellow artists Rm. 109  L. Cotton-Macon.  Miriam Mercado. 
Beauty Inside Out (BIO) The purpose is to help girls and boys accept themselves for who they both are inside and outside and to teach cosmetology techniques to enhance one's natural beauty. Rm. 402 Dr. Karuza
 Martha 
Marcelo
Beyond the Lights Choir  The purpose of Beyond the Lights Choir is to build a platform for growing leaders and musical performers through singing as a whole and as a family. Rm 104 Ms. Moore  Valencia Gardener 
Black Student Union Allows students of all kind of race to rejoice in African-American cultures, lifestyle, history, and activities. Rm 106 Dr.Johnstone  Adoriah Dorsey
Book Club The purpose of this club is to promote a habit of lifelong reading and instill reading skills into its members. Library Ms. Velasquez  Bernisha Williams.
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) CSF is a state-wide academic honors organization whose purpose is to recognize students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. CSF  membership is based on qualifying grades that are earned each semester. Rm. 211  Ms. Villa  
French Club To make the francophone world present in our school by promoting the understanding, study, and appreciation of the French culture by providing members with a relaxed environment in which to practice speaking French and engage in cultural events. Rm. 308 Mrs.Gomis  Sasha Lozano
Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) To inform people about LGBT issues and create a safe environment in which people and allies feel comfortable with one another. Rm. 306 Ms. Salen  Karen Ruiz
Girl Up  The purpose of this club is to advocate for women
empowerment as well as promote women in science fields despite the closed-minded beliefs of most of society.
     Leslie Duru
Health Occupations Student Society (HOSA) HOSA is a national organization for secondary and postsecondary/collegiate career and technical education students enrolled in health science programs, or for students who are pursuing a health career.    Ms. Harris   
Hermanas Unidas Offers an opportunity for Latinos and other ethnicities to learn about the Latino experience. We are a cultural club that seeks to empower young Latina Women and develop an understanding of issues concerning the Latino community. Rm. 101 Ms. Soto  Melody Gonzalez 
Homeless Helpers United (HHU)  The purpose of HHU is to make students aware of the homeless population and try to assist them by providing necessities they fail to have.
 Rm. 113  Mr. Hollaway Dalilah Valencia 
Junior State of America (JSA)  The purpose of JSA is to inspire students to improve their speaking and debating skills while simultaneously allowing them an outlet to bring democracy to the King/Drew campus.  Rm. 113  Mr. Hollaway  Dalilah Valencia
KDMHS Community Outreach The purpose of this club is to engage within our communities to make it a better environment in which we envision it to be. This cub is also a place where students can seek help and advice from there fellow peers. Rm. 204 Mrs. Harris  Billie Hart
Key Club International community service group focused on character building, leadership, inclusiveness, and caring. Rm. 314 Mr.Monaco  Citlaly Magana 
King/Drew Senior Mentors The purpose of the KD mentor club is to support our incoming freshmen in getting acclimated to high school in general. As well as acclimated to our campus culture. We hope to share tools for success with our freshmen that will help them survive the year and eventually graduate as a King/Drew Eagle.  Rm. 112  Ms. Williams  Arleen Leyva
Korean Club  The purpose of this club is to give members the opportunities to learn and to grow in the Korean culture. There you get to interact with others who share the same interests, who want to learn more and those who are willing to try new things.  Rm. 304 Ms. Koh Fiyinfoluwa Ojo
Latin Club
 The purpose of this club is to teach students about Latin as a language and the culture of the Romans and how those cultures shaped our society today.
 Rm. 202  Mr.Miller  Ruby Carrera
Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA)  Allow club members to apply math and science knowledge to their projects for competition.  Rm. 207  Mr.Liebenberg  Jeffrey Guardado
Omega Club The purpose of this club shall be for leadership service, tutoring at Carver and Lincoln Elementary Schools, implementing the importance of education, teaching a person, group, and social leadership skills, and teaching cultural awareness.  Lecture Hall  Mr. Collins  Leslie Duru
Peer Advocates    Rm. 316 Mr. Freedman   Yahaira Delgado
Peer Mediation   Promote peace and conduct meditations for students as requested.  Rm. 213  Mr. Zarazua  Ashley Duarte
Performing Arts  The purpose is to build character, express emotion, and enhance talent through singing, dancing, and writing poetry.  Rm. 218  Ms. Turner  Jessica Williams
Principal’s Council To provide incentives in order for tenth-grade students to desire an overall passing. Our purpose is to work hand and hand with our principal in bringing ideas and organize social and extracurricular activities for the entire student body in order to unite the students and create an interdisciplinary, progressive and creative environment.  Elizabeth Orkeh  Lecture Hall  Mr.Brookens
Relay for Life
 Dedicated to spreading cancer awareness, providing support and participating in cancer advocacy.
 Rm. 306  Ms. Salen  Ashley Paz
Robotics Club  Involves building/programming a robot to compete in the F.I.R.S.T. Robotics competition.  Rm. 305  Ms. Combis   Karen Cazares
Stepping Stones    Quad    
Class Council ‘19   The purpose of this club is to promote class spirit, raise fundraisers for senior activities and expenditures as directly approved by the students council and indirectly by the school site administration and the governing board of the Los Angeles Unified District, and to create an environment where everyone is open to new ideas to make the last year count.  Rm. 402  Ms.Marzan   Elizabeth Orkeh
Student council ‘20   The purpose of this club is to promote class spirit, raise fundraisers for senior activities and expenditures as directly approved by the students council and indirectly by the school site administration and the governing board of the Los Angeles Unified District, and to create an environment where everyone is open to new ideas to make the last year count.  Rm. 402  Ms. Marzan  Noe Camacho
 Student council ‘21   The purpose of this club is to promote class spirit, raise fundraisers for senior activities and expenditures as directly approved by the students council and indirectly by the school site administration and the governing board of the Los Angeles Unified District, and to create an environment where everyone is open to new ideas to make the last year count.  Rm. 402  Ms. Marzan  
Tech Team  Assist students, faculty, and staff with technology-related issues and provide support to the Tech Coordinator and Administration in relation to technology distribution, issue resolution, and other tasks.  Rm. 307  Mr. Liebenberg  Arlenne Camacho
The Gathering Bible Club   Rm. 213 Ms. Garcia / Ms.Johnson  Khy Cole 
The Omega Step Team  The mission of the Organization shall be to instill "Leadership. Perseverance. and
Service" into all members.
 Quad  Ms. Ochoa  Mason Koger 
Vice Initiative Provost Scholars (VIPS)
The purpose of this club shall be to explain and express the oppression that people of color face in education and society. They will instill a pathway for a “woke” mindset that will help minorities understand what our ancestors went through and what we are continuing to go through today.  

 
 Rm. 114  Ms.Guy  Algernon Jackson