Art Club – Every Wednesday after school in room A147

Club Advisor: Susan Shayegi

Automotive Club

Club Advisor: Robert Eastham

AVID – During 3rd period each day of the week. 

Club Advisors: Devin Rediger, Sammy Webb, Marla Gibson, Emma Poindexter & Tim Peterson

B & C Club (Board Games & Cards Club) – A Place for students to come together, play board or card based games and hopefully meet some new people or learn a new game. B & C Club will meet in room A113, Tuesdays and Fridays during lunch throughout the entire year!

Club Advisor: Amy Ohmert

Band & Choir Club 

Club Advisor: Ben Lawson

Bigger.  Faster.  Stronger. – Do you want to look better? Sleep better? Be smarter? Be less sick? Have more energy? Be less depressed? Feel better about yourself? Join our friends and work out with Coach Saito from 6:00 to 6:45am Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in the weight room. Accomplish your fitness goals whether they be to gain weight, lose weight, get stronger, faster, or otherwise.

Club Advisor: Nathan Saito

Book Club – Every Thursday during lunch in room A124

Club Advisor: Virginia Johnson

Culture Club – The 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month during lunch in room A124

Club Advisor: Virginia Johnson

Drama: Redmond High Theatre Company/Thespian Troupe 3563 — The club promotes creative teamwork and enriches school culture through the production of 2 or more full-length plays (musicals and non-musicals) each year. Club members also participate in field trips to local performances, competitions and theatre festivals throughout the state. Student actors and theatre technicians can earn induction into the International Thespian Society, graduation cords and varsity letters. 

Club Advisor:  Hilda Beltran

Dungeons & Dragons Club (D&D) – A club centered around Dungeons & Dragons. Daily activities vary from meet and greet to playing in a campaign. All are welcome. No prior knowledge or experience necessary. 

Club Advisor: Danielle Williams

Fellow Christian Athletes — FCA has been ministering to coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels since 1954. All are welcome to eat lunch, discuss issues and connect with other students and adults. Join us in Coach Saito’s Room 143 at lunch every Tuesday.

Club Advisor: Nathan Saito

Fly Fishing Club – This club was created to develop and nurture an interest in fly fishing, fly tying and all the components of the sport. Fly Fishing Club will meet in room A141 every other Wednesday of the month during lunch and potentially after school during the school year. 

Club Advisors: Jesse Armstrong & Mona Mensing

Free (Human Trafficking Awareness) – Information and times TBA

Club Advisor: Nathan Saito

Future Business Leaders of America — FBLA is for students interested in business ownership, marketing, entrepreneurship, media design, finance, and/or business management.  Our focus is on Service, Education and Progress — more specifically, we focus on performing community service; learning and developing our business-related skills and concepts; and becoming more capable and well-rounded citizens.   Join us in Room C100 on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.

Club Advisor: Shelli Taylor

Future Farmers of America  FFA – FFA is student- led, dynamic, an determined to help students grow personally, as well as develop critical career and leadership skills. It accomplishes this through local, state and national events through programs, contests, and community service. All as an integral part of the Agriculture Education Program at Redmond High School. 

Redmond FFA Club Page

Club Advisor: Lance Hill & Kendyl Puller

Juntos Club 

Club Advisor: Virginia Johnson

Key Club — Key Club is an international club in which kids learn about their community and work at providing service to their smaller and greater communities. The parent organization is Kiwanis International. The focus of both organizations is on kids, and how kids can learn to be actively involved in making their school, city, district and world a better place. We meet at lunch every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month in room A111.

Club Advisor: Teresa Biermann

Girls Lacrosse – Starts February 28

Club Advisor: Hannah Rogers

Girls Who CodeHave an interest in coding and want to learn more about it? Women, women of color and transwomen are currently the minority of the Computer Science field. If you want to become part of the majority, join the Girls Who Code Club. No prior experience necessary. Technology is advancing and so should you!

Club Advisor: Danielle Williams

My Future My Choice Club — My Future-My Choice is a program where juniors and seniors are trained by the Deschutes County Health Department and then teach RSD middle school students about abstinence and healthy choices around sexuality.

Club Advisor: Nathan Saito


Club Advisors: Mike Trammel and Doug Seal

National Honor Society — National Honor Society is more than just an honor roll; NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Meets first and third Wed @ lunch.

Club Advisor: Virginia Johnson

OHSET – Starts November 1st

Club Advisor: Hannah Arends

Rock Climbing Club

Club Advisor: Kevin Gard

Unified Sports Club – Tuesdays at lunch in room A142

Club Advisors: Angela Capps and Amy Nickell

SAFE Club — The Student Alliance for Equality Club, commonly referred to as S.A.F.E Club, is a national organization that helps increase the acceptance of students from every background. This club not only helps students make friends, but also provides a safe environment where they can express who they truly are.

Club Advisor: Mona Mensing

SkillsUSA – SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.  The Redmond High School Chapter of SkillsUSA competes in the following technical and leadership events:  Welding, Automotive, Manufacturing, Engineering, CAD/CAM, Construction, Job Interview, and Speech.  Membership in SkillsUSA creates opportunities for scholarships, travel, and ultimately, jobs.  Meeting times are first and third Tuesday at lunch in the CTE Hub.

Club Advisor: Dan Kernion

Sparrow Club USA – Sick kids get help. Healthy kids become heroes. Schools become sanctuaries. Sparrow Clubs USA is a national non-profit organization of school-based clubs that assist children in medical crisis. Through community service and fundraising projects, Sparrow Clubs support children who have either life threatening illnesses or chronic disabilities and whose families face financial hardship because of it. Individual schools and youth groups are paired with a qualified local child, often a classmate, who is facing a medical crisis. “Young people do great things when given great things to do”. Join us in Mr. Saito’s Room 143 every Wednesday at lunch.

Club Adviser: Nathan Saito

Student Council – Every day during 4th period in room A141

Club Advisor: Kris Davis

Ukulele Club – Mondays after school in the Choir room

Club Advisor: Ben Lawson

Woodworking and Laser Engraving – Located in the RHS Woodshop room C103. Monday through Thursday 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Club Advisor: Thomas “Alan” Wheeler