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Club Name

Club Desciption

Athletic Club

Athletic Club assists with lunch time intramurals as participants, score keepers or referees. We are looking for energetic, creative members who would want to organize and promote Faculty vs.Student sports contests. We also PLAY it forward by volunteering at the local Yorba Linda 5K runs at Thanksgiving and /or Shamrock Run in March. We are looking for new ideas to further expand this club.

Buddies Club

Membership in TRMS Buddies Club is a fun and exciting way to develop a friendship with another Travis Ranch student with intellectual disabilities. It takes a lot of time and commitment, but the end result of having achieved another friendship is well worth the work. If you like having a good time and meeting new people, this club might be right for you!


HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. JUMP (Junior Upcoming Medical Professionals) is the Middle School division of HOSA. The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community.

Sign Language Club



The TRTV Club is comprised of current TRTV class members. Students and officers produce the morning announcements, the monthly broadcasts, and vote on class expenditures and fundraisers.

WE Club

Children helping children is what WE Club is all about! Working in connection with Free the Children, students get together to make a difference in our world through kindness, collecting donations, and fundraising. WE Club has collected food, stuffed animals and winter clothing to help those less fortunate in our own communities. Globally, WE Club has donated money to Sierra Leone, India, Haiti, and Nicaragua. WE Club members know that they are never too young to make an impact in our world.

Yearbook Club

Yearbook Club is made up of current members of the Yearbook Class. Club meetings are designed to remind students of upcoming events, discuss any concerns or to order equipment for the class.