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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

Information

Meeting Location

Advisor

Student Rep

Art Club

The purpose of this club is for students who wish to share their artistic talents with fellow artists

Rm 401

Ms. Aubrey

Estefany Bejar

Beauty Inside Out 

The purpose is to help girls and boys accept themselves for who they are, both inside and outside and to teach cosmetology techniques to enhance one's natural beauty. 

Rm 209

Ms. Campuzano 

Esmeralda Cuevas 

Black Student Union (BSU) 

To promote awareness about social justice issues within the Black community and uplift the Black community despite the injustices.

Lecture Hall

Dr. Johnstone

Kai Ridley

Class 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 403

Ms. Marzan

Ronaldo Lopez

Class 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 403

Ms. Marzan

Stephanie Soto

Class Council ‘22

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 403

Ms. Marzan

Kevin Gomez

College Peer Counselors

College Peer Counselors (CPC’s) are seniors who receive special training in the College Admissions Process and are the heart of the college office. They assist their peers in completing college entrance and exam applications, writing personal statements, searching for scholarships, meeting pertinent deadlines, and selecting colleges that meet individual interests and needs.

College Office

Mrs. Golden

Jai-Laan Blackmon

For Our Planet

Climate change has resulted in a number of impacts that have negatively affected our ecosystem and community! That is why For Our Planet takes leadership in spreading awareness and creating events to be able to save our planet.

Rm 405

Ms. Marzan

Adrienne Simon

French Club

We spread appreciation and knowledge of the French culture through learning about the culture of France and taking part in their traditions. This is done to expose our members to a new culture, unlike our own.

Rm 308

Ms. Gomis

Princess Ilo

Gender Sexualities 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-Roca

Hermanas Unidas 

Hermanas Unidas is a club where everyone is welcomed, despite their background, gender, and culture. 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 Gomez

Home Econ 4 U 

Home Econ 4 You's purpose is to prepare future generations on how to handle themselves. Our club aspires to make sure that the students here know how to cook, do their taxes, in-home care and find the best deals when it comes to purchasing valuable items. Home Econ 4 You. Home Econ 4 You is where students who wish to become strong independent and knowledgeable adults for the future.

Rm 109

Ms. Macon

Alivia Gillespie

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. 

Rm 204

Ms. Harris

Princess Ilo

Honor’s Council

The King Drew Honor's Council is an organization of students who promote and uphold personal and academic integrity within the King Drew School community. By advancing and enforcing the Honor Code, the Honor Council strives to create a culture of honor that extends beyond just students’ high school years.

Lecture Hall

La’Shae Alexander

Tyrell Simmons

Investment Club

This club is dedicated to informing students on different investing techniques and teaching them smarter ways to save money. We want to increase financial literacy in our communities, and this is just one of the many ways of achieving that goal. 

Rm 307

Mr. Hollaway

Daniel Abraham

KD Junior Classical League

The purpose of this club is to teach students about Latin as a language and the culture of the Romans and how those cultures have shaped our society today. 

Rm 202

Mr. Miller

Yesenia Marroquin

Key Club

An international club that provides opportunities to provide services. A group that is focused on character building, develop leadership skills, and serve our communities. Key Club allows members to earn community service hours, meet new people, and attend fun events. Members become more effective and confident among communities as they serve and devote time for these events. 

Rm 314

Mr. Monaco

Jennifer Magana

Maya

The purpose of this club is to educate and enlighten our club members of Latinx culture along with other cultures around us. We aim to emphasize our struggles and the beauty of where our roots come from.

MLK Leadership Center

Dr. Johnstone

Flor Ortega

Mesa

The purpose of this club is to allow students to apply their knowledge of math, science and technology into competitions based on STEM concepts. They can also learn about STEM through these competitions.

Rm 207

Ms. Butapetch

Priya Bhauser

National Honor Technical Society

National Technical Honor Society is an organization that recognizes students in CTE (HOSA) and gives them scholarship opportunities.

Rm 204

Mrs. Harris

Princess Ilo

Nigerian Student Association (NSA)

Nigerian Student Association was created with the purpose of helping students embrace African culture. 



Lecture Hall

Dr. Johnstone

Temiloluwa Alli

Omega Mentors

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. 

Carver Elementary

Mr. Collins

Adrienne Simon

Peer Advocates

As a club, we provide advice to students about any questions they have about healthy relationships and promote correct sexual information.

Rm 109 

Ms. Macon 

India Davis

Peer Mediation

Peer mediation is a confidential, voluntary, and neutral service that’s provided to the school. It gives the students on campus an opportunity to solve their disputes in a nonviolent way. Mediation encourages students to reflect upon their issues themselves to come to a resolution collectively. 

Rm 301

Ms. Garcia & Mr. Zarazua

Isahia Sampson

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. 

Lecture Hall

Mr. Brookens

Alayah Williams

Relay For Life

The main goal is to raise awareness about cancer, the prevalence of cancer, and cancer related causes. The clubs also plans to fight back cancer, alongside the American Red Society, in hopes of bringing the day that the cure for cancer is found much closer. Therefore, the proceeds that we raise are to be donated to the American Cancer Society’s signature event, Relay for Life.

Rm 306

Ms. Salen

Rosario Rosales

Robotics

Encourages scholars into the World of Engineering by building and programming a robot to compete in the First Robotics Competition.

Rm 305

Ms. Combis

Juan Gerrano

Steppin Stones

The King-Drew Steppin' Stones is a unique sisterhood built off of the foundation of discipline and empowerment. Through stepping. each girl creates a powerful bond with one another while becoming a true performer.

Quad

Ms. Alexander

Sateyia Kanu

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 301

Mr. Garcia Armando

Daniel Abraham

Thespian Collective

The Thespian Collective encourages participation in all theatre arts to provide opportunities for students to experience professional and competitive theatre in a safe and engaging environment.

Rm 313

Mrs. Washington

Theodore Taylor 

United Helpers Without Borders

In this club what we hope to do is inspire our fellow peers into being more involved in the community they live in. We want to make a difference in the community and make it better for future generations while also showing others that any involvement in the community, no matter how small can make a difference. 

Rm 415

Mr. Galvan

Rosalinda Argueta 

Vice Initiative Provosts (VIPS)

VIPs desires to prepare high school students from underrepresented backgrounds for admission to a four-year university and shed light on the social issues surrounding our education. We provide a civil environment to politicize and inform students on social justice issues occurring in education. To our end of college readiness, we collaborate with UCLA college mentors to provide academic advice for underclassmen to make them competitively eligible for college. In the same way, we provide guidance for seniors through the college application process.

Lecture Hall

Dr. Johnstone

Michael Udo

Women’s Leadership Program

The WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP PROJECT (WLP) is a feminist humanist of color mentoring, civic engagement and service learning advocacy program designed to educate and train high school age women of color in South Los Angeles to take ownership of their school-communities. 

Rm 417

Ms. Moore-White

Raina Lee