HTIC students can participate in a variety of established student clubs or they may organize a club of their own with the assistance and approval of the Student Government and a Faculty/Staff Support Officer. Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 and higher can join clubs and/or make their own club with at least 3 members. To Join these clubs, visit us at OSS Room A102 or email Student Support Officer, David, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chess Club
"Chess helps you to concentrate, improve your logic. It teaches you to play by the rules and take responsibility for your actions, how to problem solve in an uncertain environment."
- Karry Kasparov, Chess Grandmaster.
The Chess Club believes that playing and learning to enjoy Chess is beneficial in building intellect into individuals.
Their goal is to break the stereotype that Chess is boring, and show people how Fun, Educational, and Sociable playing Chess really is.
International Coffee Hour
Japanese Tea Ceremony Club
The purpose of the mentor-mentee program is to provide new students with an important opportunity to make new friendships, bridge cultural differences, and assimilate into the HTIC learning community. New students are automatically signed up as mentees, but peer mentors volunteer for the program. It's very competitive, so sign up to be a mentor as soon as we advertise the position!
Requirements for mentors:
Compensation for peer mentors: 10 hours of volunteer service.
Students who are passionate about serving and representing the HTIC student body population may run for student government. Elections are held twice a year for the student government positions- President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Speaker. The Student Government has a variety of decision-making responsibilities that include selecting student representatives to HTIC Standing Committees, serving on grievance committees, and serving as a "voice" for the students at school events such as the flea market, beach party, BBQ, Sports Day, and Halloween Party.
Bringing students together with the art of playing Tennis. We try to play every Tuesday at Makakilo District Park Tennis Courts. For more info contact Tennis Club Advisor Erin Fukumoto (email@example.com).
Transfer Lab Club
The HTIC Yoga Club was started with the mission of promoting healthy lifestyle through the teaching of yoga concepts and regular practice of yoga. Free Yoga Lessons are offered every Fridays from 5:15 to 6:30 PM at HTIC Auditorium while school is in session. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.