The Associated Student Body (ASB) student council exists to serve iTech as a whole through building school culture and serving the community. The ASB student council plans school events (socials, prom, etc) as well as school spirit weeks, teacher appreciation week, and community service projects. Students who represent their grade level are expected to lead by example in all they do. Student council meets regularly every week (at the high school) or every other week (at the middle school) to plan and develop their work. Through these opportunities, ASB is building tomorrow’s leaders.
Science Olympiad is a club in which a team of fifteen students competes with other Washington high schools in twenty-three science related events. The events range from engineering challenges, to conducting experiments, to content tests. The iTech Science Olympiad team meets after school on Wednesdays until 5 p.m., and from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on select Saturdays from October through March.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Nedved.
National Honors Society
National Honors Society recognizes sophomores, juniors and seniors with high academic achievement, leadership and community service. This prestigious, nationally based club prides itself on preforming service and encouraging academic success. NHS meets Tuesday mornings at 9:15 a.m. in room 28.
For more information, please contact Profe Abbott.
The iHistory Association
The iHistory Association of Vancouver iTech Preparatory organization has the purpose of facilitating the discovery of the past, helping students develop skills that are critical for future success, promoting civic responsibility, and building confidence in our students. We will compete in local, regional, state, and possibly national contests as we research and analyze the past to understand the present. Students will showcase their learning, in a plethora of ways, by either choosing to build an exhibit, create a documentary, develop a performance, construct a website, or write a paper.
For more information, please contact Mr. Zingale.
iTech Robotics participates in the VEX Robotics Competition (VRC). VRC engages students in a game-based engineering challenge where they design and build a robot in teams. While building their skills in science, technology, engineering and math, students are also building 21st century skills in teamwork, leadership, communication and project management.
iTech Robotics is a fee based club and meets Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 4:10 p.m.-6 p.m. for the middle school and during robotics class at the high school.
For more information, please contact Ms. Hagin.
The goal of the Yearbook Club is to document the events that occur over the course of the year at iTech and to get it published in a timely manner. Students take part in a very real world publication experience with strict deadlines and high expectations. When hundreds of students are depending on you to do a good job, you want to be sure to succeed.
Raven: Projects of Excellence Publication Club
The goal of this club is to put together our annual Raven: Projects of Excellence publication. Raven is a way to showcase some of the most excellent work here at iTech. The club focuses on marketing, publication design and exhibition design for the annual Raven Exhibition Night. Students that participate in the club can expect to spend quite a bit of time putting the pages together under short timelines as well as to experience real world publication and exhibit design.
Imagine Tomorrow Club
Student teams design, develop, test, refine and present their projects to judges at Washington State University in Pullman during the competition weekend in May. Projects are based on four categories in Sustainability: 1) Food, Energy, and Water; 2) Aerospace; 3) Biofuels; and 4) Built Environments. Students will discuss, refine and test their work with peers and the advisor during club meetings.
See Mr. Wolverton for more information on the competition and club.
Read!, develop and organize school-wide literacy promotion events, promote library program, manage student book requests, read some more! The club meets at WSUV every other Monday during both lunches.
For more information, please contact Mrs. McGrew for middle school or Mr. Wycoff for high school.
Gamify your life, or just spend time with others who enjoy playing games, all types of games welcome, strategy games, physical board games, mind games, even video games and mobile games. The club meets on Tuesdays at 4:10 p.m. at WSU in room 20.
For more information, please contact Mr. Hurst.
Craft, code, tinker, create, play with robots, pull apart and upcycle old tech, MAKE! The club meets at JPCC every Wednesday during both lunches.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Nedved.
This club is the place to be if you want to create fun and artistic projects. Clubs rotates between students bringing in materials to teach each other different crafts and “free craft” day, where you can use craft club materials or bring your own supplies to work on anything you choose. Different projects include knitting, cross-stitch, perler beads, sewing projects, and much much more!
Game club is a fun and social club. Students play a wide variety of games including board games, Magic the Gathering, group games, and video games. This is a great club to come relax and interact with a variety of students. The is always someone willing to join you for a game!