The whole list of clubs/ activities includes ASB, Christian club, Class of 2017-2020, Debate club, Enviro club, iClub, Inventeam, Journalism club, Key club, Knitting club, Mock Trial, NHS, NIOT, Programming club, Purity/Abstinence club, QSA, Robotics, SOAR Ambassadors, Spanish club, Speech club, Sports club, STEM, VPAC, and Yearbook. All of these clubs have about the same level of student-commitment. The students run most of the clubs, which makes a lot of people want to join because they like the activities but don't feel as if they absolutely have to be there. Of course, each and every one of them are fun in their own ways. For example, those who like debating about topics they love might go to debate club, journalism, or maybe even mock trial. The ones who love helping others might go to ASB, Enviro club, Key club, QSA, or even NIOT. There are different clubs for all types of people. The administration support is good, but can use some improvements. Teachers assigned to administer the clubs just make sure that the activities are healthy and well-planned, but they don't really talk about the clubs outside of the meeting times. Overall, the quality and amount of clubs is great because of the involvement and bonds they form.