Clubs

Activities and clubs provide students with opportunities to meet new people and learn new things. At Ingraham we have a wealth of activities and clubs to meet the interests of every student. To find out more information about a particular club or activity, please feel free to contact the advisor.

All students are welcome to join any club.  To join, attend a meeting.

For a full list of  2016-2017 Ingraham Clubs click here


Avalanche Literary Magazine

Laura Turner (Advisor), Room 130

Ingraham's literary magazine is put together by a group of students and two language arts teachers. These students plan and organize the magazine, collect and read submissions, and put together and publish each issue. Every member of the Avalanche is involved in the process, with positions ranging from Layout Editor to Copy Editor to Secretary. The staff members are Abdi Adan, Adam Hall, Autumn Straker, Ava Sortun, Breanna Jagodnik, Brenna Kocan, Conner Anderson, Dekeira Wright, Kirsten Ma, Mali Smith, Melly Jagodnik, Reni Jagodnik, and Sarah Rogers. Avalanche staff is advised by Mr. Edelman, and Mr. Ferguson.


Band (Concert Band, Rams Band, Jazz Band)

Learn more about the Ingraham band programs here >>


Book Club

Betty Brenan (Advisor), Library

Book Club is open to all students at Ingraham High. We meet once a month to discuss student selected books.  We meet once a month during lunch in the library. The Book Club sponsors author visits, meets at book events in town and promotes a reading culture at Ingraham. Happy Reading  B Brennan
Enjoy the wonders of reading! Join the Book Club! 

Cascade Newspaper

Advisor - Todd Simmons Room 129

The Cascade is Ingraham High School’s student newspaper. Although it is class, all of the editing and leadership comes from the students themselves. We work rigorously to write, sell advertisements and create layouts to publish our newspaper once a month. Our newspaper represents the student voice here at Ingraham! Everyone with an interest in reporting, writing, advertising, photography and layout design is encouraged to join!


Cheerleading

Dani Love

More information coming soon!


Chess Club

Carl Hamry (Advisor), Room #140

Description coming soon!

Chinese Club

Ms. Lewis - Room #101 - Advisor

Ingraham’s Chinese Club welcomes all! Come learn about Chinese culture and have a good time! YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE CHINESE. ICC is on Wednesdays in Mrs. Lewis’s Room 101

Colorguard Club

Eric Brandt - Coach

The Colorguard is a group that works with the band during the field show and parade seasons and competes on their own during the winter. Often referred to as the sport of the arts, color guard is a unique art form that utilizes aspects of ballet, modern dance and hip-hop while spinning flags, rifles and sabers. We are always looking for energetic girls and boys with a passion for dance and a strong desire to compete. Be a part of this quickly developing team at Ingraham.Watch the You Tube to see them in action.

Debate Club

Guy Thomas, Advisor Room #113

Meets every Wednesday at lunch.

Learn more about Debate Club >>


Drama Club

Heidi Oveson (Advisor), Room 20

If you are interested in participating in the Drama Program, please contact Heidi Oveson @#206-252-3919 or e-mail her @hloveson@seattleschools.org

Learn more about Drama Club >>


Fandom Club

Elizabeth Bissell (Advisor), Room #126

Fandom Club is a great opportunity to talk about your favorite Sci-Fi/ Fantasy shows, movies and comics/books; make friends; discover new interests; and have fun! Some of the main topics include Doctor WhoSupernatural, Star Wars & Star Trek, and the works of Joss Whedon. We have conversations, watch clips of movies, episodes of shows and have parties! We meet Mondays and Fridays in Ms. Bissell’s Room during lunch. You can come once a week, twice a week, once every two weeks or when ever you like! You will have something fun to look forward to when the week starts and is over!

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Barry Erickson, Room 205

Our FBLA chapter is characterized by each of our member's individualistic personalities as Seattle is charecterized by each of its many unique and flavorful communities. It is a gift to live in such a diverse and beautiful place." 

Learn more about FBLA >>


Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

TBD(Advisor), Room 118 -Meet Weds at lunch

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization in Family and Consumer Sciences education. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education. 

Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication necessary in the home and workplace.

At Ingraham High, the purposes of this group are to find leaders and prepare them  to be more capable leaders later in life. We would also want people to have a feeling of family once they join the club. That means that a person would come to feel like they have a purpose to come to school and not just be part of the society. Ingraham FCCLA officers this year include: Anna Nguyen: President, Justin Ith: Treasurer, Alina Vilyasom: Historian, Gunnar Denton: Secretary, Zoe Ingraham-Brown: Director of Public Relations, Natasha Zastko: Director of Community Service and Luke Allen: Director of STAR Events. 

FCCLA: The Ultimate Leadership Experience! Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers, and communities.
 
Learn more about FCCLA >>

Filipino-American Club

Description coming soon!


Game Club

Paul Franklin-Bihary (Advisor), Room 123

The Game Club is a place for those interested in games to collaborate and play games at school.  This club covers all aspects of gaming: board games, video games, collectable card games, role playing games, ANY KIND OF GAME KNOWN TO MAN OR WOMAN ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH!  Studies have shown that playing games activates logical and creative areas of the brain and can lead to improved student learning, much in the same way that music education has a positive impact on other subjects.  So get smarter AND have fun at the same time!  If you like to play games, we meet virtually every day during lunch in room 123. 


Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

Ingraham's Gender Sexuality Alliance or GSA welcomes students of all gender and sexual orientations. The GSA strives to educate youth on LGBTQ+ issues and raise awareness for all gender identities and sexualities. We meet on Wednesdays at lunch in Room 102 with Mr. Fontaine as our advisor.


Honor Society

Guy Thomas (Advisor), Room 113

Description coming soon!


Human Rights Club

Dean Ferguson (Advisor), Room 142

Description coming soon!

Jewish Club

Dana Stellman (Advisor), Room 203

Jewish club meets on Tuesdays in room 203 at lunch.  We discuss relevant topics and have a great time.  Come and join the fun!


Key Club

Learn more about the Key Club >>

Key Club cleans up around Campus


Latino Club

Room #142 - Dean Ferguson - Advisor - Room 102

Description coming soon!


Mesa Club

Room 207 - James Herron - Advisor

The purpose of this organization shall be to act as an extension for the MESA sophomore course and to provide additional opportunities to those who are not yet enrolled or no longer able to enroll into the MESA course.  In addition to being an extension of the course, this organization will act as an opportunity for minorities and to enhance their knowledge in the fields of math, engineering and science."
 
The club meets every Wednesday during lunch in Room 207.
 
During some lunch meetings there will be an activity similar to those undertaken in the MESA class.  Many of these activities will involve design and construction of models from scratch.
 
The club is also looking into the possibility of entering a team in the Seattle MESA Day competition.
 
For more information contact the officers / advisor.
 
President             Janice Nguyen
Secretary             Rafael Padilla
Treasurer            Ameera Haq
Faculty Advisor    James Herron

Muslim Student Association

Room 117

Description coming soon!


Native American Club

Betsy Dolan

Description coming soon!


Robotics Team

Mr. Rice (Advisor)

The new Ingraham Robotics Team will build robots to compete in the FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC®). Each year, starting in January, students and mentors solve a common problem in a six-week timeframe using a standard "kit of parts" and a common set of rules. Teams build robots from the parts and compete in games designed by a committee of engineers and other professionals. Everyone is welcome to join. Learn more about Robotics here>>

 


Rocket Club

Room 208 - Kurt Spann

Read the full article from the School  Beat >>

Learn more about Ingraham Rocket Club >>

Student Council

Traci Huffer (Advisor), Room 127
Officers for 2016-2017

Student council, also known as ASB, is a leadership class taught by Traci Huffer, the Activity Coordinator and Athletic Director, during 2nd period.  This is an elective class, as well as an Occupational Ed course.  This course is for students who run for office in the following categories:

June Elections (for the start of the following year) are for the following positions:  ASB President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer, (3) ASB Representatives, Class officers for Grades 10, 11, and 12 only.  There are 6 appointment positions available as well:  Athletics rep, Clubs and Organizations, Publications, Productions, Rep at Large, and Cheer rep.

January Elections are for the following positions: Freshman Class President, and Vice-President (this allows Freshman to have one semester of experience and getting to know other students and the school environment), (3) ASB representatives, along with the 6 appointed poisitions listed above.

Students are taught Parliamentary Procedure, leadership and public speaking skills, and oversee many facets of the building including: ASB Budget, all assemblies, dances, and Commencement.  Student leaders also host Freshman Orientation in August to help new students get acquainted with Ingraham!

Ultimate Frisbee

Girls Parent Rep and Team Manager: Mark Jewett (jmarkjewett@gmail.com)
Boys Parent Rep and Team Manager: Sarah Fuelling (sarahfu@comcast.net)

Vietnamese Club

Ms. Wojcik - Advisor - Room 41
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