Upper School | Grades 9—12
Student Life

Clubs & Organizations

Extracurricular involvement is a vital part of the learning experience at Sierra Canyon. Clubs and organizations allow students and their faculty sponsors to engage in shared learning, passion and educational growth outside of the traditional boundaries of the classroom.

Active Clubs and organizations

  • Animal Rights Club
  • Kylin Vision
  • Astronomy Club
  • Latinx
  • Bollywood Club
  • Magic Schoolbus Club
  • Bowling Club
  • Mental Health Matters
  • Black Student Union
  • Performing Arts Outreach
  • Car Club
  • Physics Club
  • Chemistry Club
  • Rainbox Pack
  • Cinema Club
  • Rambler
  • Discovery Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Engineering Club
  • SC Recorded
  • Environmnetla Club
  • Snow Sports Club
  • FEVER (Feminism Empowering Voices
    for Equality and Rights)
  • Something Yellow
  • FREE Club
  • South Asian Club
  • Free Speech Club
  • Spanish Club
  • Game Development/Desgin Club
  • Speech and Debate
  • Geek Squad
  • Surf Club
  • GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)
  • Tuesday Tea Time
  • International Club
  • Key Club


List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Can I start a new club?

    Yes! To create a club or organization, students must submit a club registration form, which is available throughout the year from the Dean Student Activities, and select a faculty advisor.
  • What makes a club “active?”

    In order to be considered active, a club must meet at least once a month and must sponsor at least one of the following during the school year: an assembly, a lunchtime presentation, a community service project or an on- or off-campus event.
  • How does a club pay to sponsor/host an event?

    Clubs are eligible to apply for monetary grants administered by the Student Government
    Association to help fund their activities.
Sierra Canyon School is a private, independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school for students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12 located in Chatsworth, California. The highly cosmopolitan campus community is reflective of the Greater Los Angeles area and the world at large. Students are empowered to realize their greatest creative, ethical, intellectual and physical promise through small class sizes, a diverse student-teacher culture and a family-like environment.