Del Campo has a club for just about every subject matter you could want. We have about 70 clubs total on our campus. Our clubs range from interests such as poetry, anime, and current affairs & history. If one wanted to be apart of a more physical team they could join on of the many sports teams we have representing Del Campo. Want to give back to the community? Great! Join Kids Helping Kids Sacramento, the largest nonprofit student run organization in the area. We also have an anti-bulling club that works to bring the school closer together by eliminating hate. This year on Valentines day, they handed out hand made hearts with a special message on them to every student. That's right, you heard me- EVERY student. I would give my school a perfect score if it were not for one thing, money. Just like every public school now a days, money and funding has become an issue. Most clubs have to raise their own money through selling some frozen, baked good or whatever strange object they think we can shove down our family member throats. These fundraisers work yes, but I'm not sure how many boxes of cookie cough I can ask my grandma to buy every year. With all the budget cuts, sports teams do not always have the sufficient equipment they need, art clubs and programs are being cut for their "lack of importance." Del Campo has a ton of clubs and that makes me very thankful I spent my four years here because it gave me the opportunities to try new things, meet new friends, and discover my own interest.