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 in real life and also online in a Canvas course to plan and develop their work. Through these opportunities, ASB is building tomorrow’s leaders.
Key Club International, founded in 1925, is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. Often referred to as simply Key Club, it is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others. Source: Wikipedia
For more information, please contact Mrs. Powell.
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.
For more information, please contact Ms. Powell
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 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 4:10 p.m.-6 p.m.
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.
Club meets Wednesdays after school until 5pm in room 124
I wanted to announce that we are starting Art Club again at iTech! This year there is a fee to participate. This will allow us to purchase more supplies that will be dedicated just to art club members.
What is Art Club?
Art club provides a supportive and inclusive environment where students can explore various art forms, collaborate with peers, and develop their skills while building a sense of community and passion for the arts. My hope is that every member feels inspired and motivated to unleash their artistic potential. The media students explore is entirely up to them but we will collectively make some decisions as a group for what media we would like to purchase. More than likely we will be working with ceramics in addition to whatever the students choose to purchase as a group.
The cost is $40 for high school students and $20 for middle schoolers. Please pay directly at the business office. You will also need your ASB card to participate as well.
Every Thursday afternoon from 3:50 – 5:00pm
Every Friday morning from 8:00 – 9:05am (Please note – there will not be Art Club on 9/29)
We will meet in the Art Room #119. For those that attend our Friday morning session, please enter the building at the Art Room patio entrance. The slider doors will be opened by 8:00am.