School-Sponsored Clubs

North Eugene High School is active with many diverse clubs. Get involved, make friends, and have fun. Discover a club that is perfect for you.

Learn more about sports on our Athletics page.

Would you like to start a new club?

CLUB GUIDELINES: The advisor must be a school staff member or approved adult over the age of 21. If the advisor is not a 4J employee, they must have a district volunteer and criminal background check form. Advisors must be present at all meetings.

then fill out the Club Request Form.

Club Name Meeting Times Description Contact Information | Link
Aikido Club Aikido Club offers North students the opportunity to practice coordination of mind and body by practicing Ki exercises, and Aikido, a traditional Japanese martial art. Steve Frankel
Asian Student Union Jill Corrigan
Art Club Come do art together with your friends! Amy Samson,
Aviation Club
  Kristina Trujillo,
Backyard Sports Club Make friends and play casual sports Codie Kostechka
Black Student Union (BSU) BSU is a safe place for students of color to share stories, provide support for each other academically, socially, and culturally. Ann Christianson
Chess Club Teresa Myers
Drama Club Travel to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and talk about all things drama! Aaron Thomas or
Dungeons and Dragons Club Come hangout and play Dungeons and Dragons Jesse Skoubo
Eco Club  Club to improve the school environmentally and fundraise for Eco friendly actions. Meets with other ECO groups in the area.  Runs and supports composting at NEHS! Hillary Halfmann Kristina Trujillo
Feminist Student Union Jill Corrigan
GSA  (Gender & Sexuality Alliance) GSA promotes tolerance and acceptance, & to provide a safe, non-judgemental space as a support network for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning youth and their allies who share a common vision of social equality. Teresa Myers
myers_t@4j.lane.edDestiny Mendenhall
Key Club Key Club is a community service organization linked to Kiwanis. It is an excellent way for students to earn service hours and develop leadership skills. Clair Wiles
Latine Student Union (LSU) LSU promotes higher education, community engagement, political participation, culture, and history. LSU is open to anyone, and does not exclude membership based on socio-economic status, gender, race, or orientation. Abril Lopez Jesús “Chuy” Narvaez Santiago
Mind-Body Divergence Alliance
Mind/Body Divergence Alliance purpose is to create supportive space for students with all types of disabilities/neurodiversity/mental health and allies,  to educate about disability, and to advocate for increased awareness and accessibility. Jene Conrad,
Mock Trial Students prepare for the state mock trial competition by serving as lawyers and/or witnesses in the selected legal case for the year. Codie Kostechka
National Honor Society Sophomores with a 3.5 GPA will be invited to apply. This is a nationally recognized group that celebrates academic achievement and community service. Kristina Trujillo
Micaela Holt
Native American Student Union Join us to learn about Native American culture and traditions as well as plan educational events for the school. Aura Solomon
North Eugene Robotics Division (N.E.R.D.) NERD students learn to think like engineers. Teams design, build, and code robots to compete in an alliance format against other alliances. Robots are built from a reusable platform, powered by Android technology, and can be coded using a variety of levels of Java-based programming. Anthony Harlan
Alpha Wilson
Poetry Club We read, watch, listen, and discuss all things Poetry. Make some friends, eat some food, and enjoy this timeless art form. Ali Magee,
Ukelele All Stars We exist to put ukeleles into the hands of teenagers.  We promote education through music and public performance.  Absolutely no musical experience is needed to join.  Aaron Thomas or
Yearbook Club Want to help with yearbook but didn’t fit it into your schedule? Contribute photos and submit ideas to senior editors at Yearbook Club Mr. Skoubo,


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