By Kalli Dahlberg, edited by Maggie Sill
Recently at the Cascade, we’ve noticed that while Ingraham has many amazing clubs to offer, there’s a distinct lack of information on what is available or how to sign up. The club fair was helpful, but students (some of our staff included) didn’t know it was going on until it was too late.
Here’s a highlight of some clubs you otherwise might not have heard of, as well as how to contact them. However, you can learn about all the clubs Ingraham has to offer on Instagram @ihsclubs or at https://ingrahamhs.seattleschools.org/student-life/clubs/
- Run by co-president sophomores Rowan Foster and Vita Ionis, Ingraham Jewish club creates a safe place for Jewish-identified youth and allies. It explores Jewish holidays, values, politics, and more. Ingraham Jewish club meets on the first Thursday of each month. Find more information on Instagram, @ingrahamjewishclub.
Girls in Science Club
- GSG is for women and non-binary students passionate about science. They learn about scientific fields and support women and non-binary people in STEM, everyone is welcome. Girls in Science club meets on Tuesdays at lunch in room 207. Find more on Instagram @ihsgirlsinscience
- Film club’s goal is to create a film while learning about the elements of film through watching influential movies and discussing them. Meetings are on Tuesdays in room 123. Find more information on Instagram @ihs.film.club
Asian Student Union
- ASU focuses on Asian culture and issues facing Asian youth today, everyone is welcome. Meetings are held every Monday during lunch in room 64. Find more @asu_ingraham on Instagram.
Joining clubs has many advantages; they help you socialize with like-minded people; they educate you; and they can look good when applying to colleges. Once again, find more about Ingraham Clubs on Instagram @ihsclubs or at https://ingrahamhs.seattleschools.org/student-life/clubs/ .