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Venice Club Expo 2023


As the new school year begins it’s time to start thinking about joining clubs! 

There are many different clubs to join. Last week’s Club Expo helped showcase all the different clubs. Here are some clubs you can consider.

Heal The Bay 

Heal the Bay Club is a great opportunity to practice environmental activism.

”Most of the kids that join Heal the Bay are very interested in climate change, so they’re not doing it just to be busy—they are doing it because they care about what Heal the Bay represents,” said history teacher Ethan Krizman, the adviser. 

Heal The Bay meets Thursdays at nutrition in the garden. 

Ornithology Club

Students in the Ornithology Club value the art of bird watching. 

“It’s a fantastic method to get students off their phones and to focus more on their daily surroundings,” according to Italian teacher Carolyn Wilcox.  

Five students currently participate in this club, including the club president senior Hailey Romo.  

As the group is still in its early stages, they are actively seeking more members.  

The club is looking forward to organizing field trips to the Ballona Wetlands to educate members on the beauty and distinctions of various bird species.  

The club meets in 222.

Pop Culture Club

The Pop Culture Club is a very good way into talking about the culture that’s going on in the real world with your peers. 

”This club helps with the media people are consuming,” junior Cora Iiams said. “Not only is it about memes, but it also has a big influence on music, and things you learn throughout class.”

The club meets Thursdays at lunch in 17-209.

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