Feel like drawing? Love anime? Join the Anime club – it’s up and
running. This club started several years ago with just five
students and has evolved to include as many as forty at times. At
the meetings, students (“Anime-niacs”) talk about their favorite
anime characters, play cards, trade anime books, draw, and make
new friends. Ms. Carnie is the club’s supervisor, but students do
all of the teaching and drawing. All students are welcome!
Do you feel the need to create art AND make a difference in your
world? Well then, Art into Action is the club for you!
Our mission in Art into Action is to use our talents,
compassion and energy to make art that shares, educates, and
brings into full color causes that we care about. Some
stuff we’ve done (and may do again;): Positive message ceiling
tiles! Fundraising calendars and art shows! Valentine card making
with seniors! Zen rocks for teachers! Inspiring field trips
around Sac and SF to see other artists making an impact!
Come bring your ideas for positive change every Monday from
2:40-3:30, room 104. Everyone is welcome!
Have you ever wanted to communicate with deaf people, but didn’t
know how? If so, join the ASL Club. During meetings, students
will play fun games and activities to learn how to do American
Club advisory Ms. Vicari’s goal for the club is that students
will be able to communication with deaf people like her.
Do you love sinking your teeth into a big, thick book? Do you
have a back up book at the ready for when you finish your current
one? If so, you are not alone! Come to Book Club and meet others
just like you who find reading to be a true pleasure! You and
your new “Book Buds” can enjoy your love of reading
together, organize book themed events, and help create a
delicious “Book Menu” of must-reads.
Do you like sewing, making jewelry, creating greeting cards,
or other fun craft projects? Would you like to save
some money by making personalized gifts? Join Sutter’s
counselor, Ms. Schaffer, at Sutter’s brand new Crafting
Club. If you have supplies, please bring them. If you don’t
that’s fine, too. She will get you started with some. Everyone is
Do ideas whirl around in your head like the spin cycle on the
washing machine? Are you looking for an outlet for your pent up
teenage angst? Then join the Writers Club where you have the
opportunity to work on new writing, finish personal writing
projects, and help others review their work. Mr. Mitchell
wants to work with students who are passionate about writing and
Role play games, card games, board games—if you like to play
games, this club is for you. We will have different games every
week to make sure there is something for everyone. Come out to
play at the Games Club!
Do you like gardening? Are you interested in the environment?
Check out Sutter’s H.O.T. new club – Hands
Participants will learn about gardening as well as
different aspects of environmental studies, such as trees and
plant nutrients. We also will do some cooking and some
Jazz Band Club is a ‘big band’ style jazz ensemble where students
will learn the fundamentals of the style and prepare for
performance. This is not a beginner’s class, so
all participants must already be proficient on their primary
instrument and know how to read music. It is not required,
however, to have band as your elective.
Wednesdays 2:35 – 3:30 ~ Room
**If you are interested in learning more about the Sutter Jazz
Band club offerings, please attend the INFORMATIONAL MEETING on
Wednesday, September 19th
We will go everything you need to know about the Sutter Jazz
Band Club, and answer all of your questions!
The Knitting Club has returned to Sutter with new projects for
crafty students. Club members will learn all the standard
techniques as well as unusual skills like knitting with five
needles. They will then use the skills to knit personal items as
well as blankets to donate to those in need. The club is
open to everyone from beginners to advanced. No experience
Are you a member of the LGBTQ+ community? If not, would you like
to show your support for people who are? Either way, you
have a place here. This club welcomes people of all genders and
sexualities to engage in open discussion and activism. We provide
a safe space for students to express thoughts, worries and
questions and share advice with peers. Don’t let the fear of
being different hold you back from changing the world! And
remember, you don’t have to “come out” to come out to the club!
If you’re a fast thinker, love math, and enjoy competition, join
Mathletes! Sutter’s Mathletes have been on a first place
winning streak for years and Ms. Martin wants to continue this
tradition. To be a Mathlete you need a
teacher recommendation and a love for math. The Mathletes
practice at Sutter and compete in tournaments at JFK High School
Want to design bridges, cars or egg landers and represent Sutter
at competitions? If you’re interested
in Math, Engineering, or
Science and like to Achieve,
MESA is the club for you. The club will meet
regularly starting second quarter. Everyone is welcome.
Mondays at lunch ~ Room 310
(starting 2nd quarter)
Are you smart, creative and love problem solving? If so,
Robotics might be the club for you. This club will involve
discussing core values while programming and
developing a project for competition. This will be a
small group so apply early. You must make a commitment to be
there at every meeting and once in a while on the weekends.
Do you love skate boarding, but you have nobody to ride with?
Whether you’re a seasoned skater or just getting started,
join the skate club. The club meets in room
101 then heads over to the B Street Skate Park. During
sessions, you can practice your skills and learn new tricks
from other club members. Everyone is welcome.
Joining Sutter’s debate team is a great way for your voice to be
heard. In the meetings, participants discuss current events and
prepare to compete in tournaments. Sutter’s team is nationally
recognized in both individual and team events. Mr. Baradat,
the club’s advisor, said that members need to, “want to debate,
work to debate, and have fun debating.”
Sutter Strings is a year-long afterschool program offered
completely free of charge where students of all levels can learn
to play a stringed instrument. The club is led by retired
Sutter orchestra teacher Ms. Vigil. Instruments are provided
to participants who do not have their own. The only requirement
is a commitment to show up every week on time and to practice at
home between rehearsals. The orchestra will perform later in the
season to show what they have learned.