Activities & Clubs


Teacher: Ms. Chavez
Meets: A105

Alliance is our student government. They enhance our school’s reputation by being visible and active in leadership. Their main goal is to develop school pride and positive communication among the students, faculty, and community. Alliance strives for excellence through leadership. Elections are held each spring.
Alliance/Student Government website



Sponsor: Ms. Bazz
Meets: First Thursday of every month after school in  A118

 Students Providing Aid and Resources to Kids


Sponsor: Ms. Lowry
Meets: E103
To share the love of Bob Ross, to paint, and to be with other people. We meet the first Friday of the month from 2:35 - 3:30 pm. Email Ms. Lowry for more information.


Sponsor: Ms. Weller
Meets: Library - email sponsor
The CSH Book Club is a place for students and teachers to meet and do what good readers do: discuss books. This will be an informal time for all of us to enjoy books, share our thoughts, and enjoy sweet treats! We will meet a couple of Thursdays/month from 7:00 am - 7:50 am in the library SmartRoom.


Teacher: Kristy Woodyard
Meets: Email sponsor
The Cheerleading Squad is composed of young women that have gone through a tryout in the spring and fall. They serve as a support group for athletic and special events at school. Their routines are performed primarily during halftime shows.


Teacher: Mr. Jackson
Meets: C219/Monthly

Choir Council is a student leadership organization for students who share a passion for vocal music. Their purpose is to lead, organize, and execute choir events while seeking input from current choir classes. This organization sets monthly meeting dates during Access. Elections are held in the Spring and Fall. See Mr. Jackson for more information to get involved with vocal music!


Teacher: Mr. Michaud
Meets: email teacher
Color Guard is a visual effect for the Marching Band. Auditions and recruiting in the fall for the Winter Guard and in the spring for the upcoming fall marching season. The ensemble performs with the band at all competitions and games. Dance, flag work, and various use of props are all important parts of this group.


Sponsor: Ms. Chanel Chavez
Meets: C216
This club allows students who are interested in business and marketing to compete with other students at the district, state and national levels in several different career interest categories. Students will have the opportunity to travel to conferences and tonetworkfor future career opportunities.


Sponsor: Ms. Chanel Chavez
Meets: C216
Future Business Leaders of America is a national business club that develops leadership, fosters competition, participates within the community, and promotes social activities. The club is open to all students currently or previously enrolled in business classes in all grades.


Meets: First Thursday of every month in E103
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.



Sponsor: Ms. McManus
Meets: Thursdays 2:30 - 3:45 in B112

 A group for gamers of all interests! Board games, card games, electronic games, we play them all! Join us for friendship and fun competition.

GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance)

Sponsor: Ms. Weimer
Meets: Tuesday 2:30 - 3:15 in E214
The Gay-Straight Alliance is a student lead and organized a club to give everyone a safe place to turn. This club addresses the issue of discrimination and creates a safe environment to provide support for one another. The club will meet twice a month to discuss current events, serve as a support group, and participate in fun activities. Go to our website for more information.



Sponsor: Mr. White
Meets: Wednesday and Friday 2:30 - 3:30 in A122

The History Club once existed but was restarted again by past members. We plan to go on outings, play games, analyze films, and discuss historic/alternate historic subjects. History homework help will also be available if asked for. Stop by Mr. Whites room (A122) on Wednesdays and Fridays from 2:45-3:30/4:00!


Sponsor: Mr. Daniels
Meets: email sponsor

Standing for "Kiwanis Education Youth," this group is a service-oriented club with many activities and opportunities for volunteer work. There are many social events with lots of opportunities to make new friends with other KEY clubs throughout the district. It is possible to letter through KEY Club participation.

MCA (Multicultural Alliance)

Sponsor: Ms. Weston
Meets: Library

This is an organization that all students are welcome to join. They work to create an understanding and appreciation for diversity in our community. Their meetings involve field trips, celebrations, discussions, and presentations.


Sponsor: Ms. Weber
Meets: email sponsor 
Students in Mock Trial Club will act out a civil or criminal trial by arguing for either the prosecution or defense side against another team, which acts as the opposing side. The Mock Trial Team(s) are composed of 6–12 students who perform a case for the Prosecution/Plaintiff and/or the Defense. Students practice their case and then compete against other schools in a district competition. In most cases, an actual Colorado judge or magistrate presides over the trial round while attorneys, paralegals, and community members adjudicate the student performances. For students passionate about the law, public speaking, or problem-solving, Mock Trial can be an extremely fulfilling extracurricular activity to pursue.


Sponsor: Mrs. Bazz
Meets: see Mrs. Bazz

 Interested in global issues? Try us out.


Sponsor: Mr. Goldin
Meets: email sponsor

The Chatfield Mountain Bike Team participates in theColorado High School Cycling Leagueand is an associate of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). We practice at least twice a week and therearea total of five race competitions in the Fall. The League is an exceptional way for high school students to explore the sport. Often League racers participate in collegiate cycling and national and international competition. Several NICA alumni athletes are now racing on professional teams, employed in the cycling industry, and becoming community leaders.



NHS is an honorary service organization for sophomores, juniors and seniors. Membership is offered to academically qualified students who meet leadership, character and service requirements. Academic requirements are based upon different cumulative grade point averages for each class. Prospective members must also have completed ten hours of community service since beginning high school. This group meets the first Tuesday during ACCESS in A227. Please go to the National Honor Society website to get application information and deadlines.

National Honor Society Website


Sponsor: Mr. Finney, & Ms. Aragon
Meets: Tuesday after school in C108

National Art Honor Society is a program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The program supports members in their efforts to attain the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. We participate in school activities such as Trick or treat street and CHOP and also explore creative careers and various art media and techniques.



Sponsor: Ms. Gunkel
Meets: Class time

Newspaper & Broadcasting are classes, so you must sign up during registration to participate. These students help bring the news and activities to the school in various forms.
The Charger Report videos
Chatty Matters Newspaper


Sponsor: See your counselor
Meets: Main Office

This is an opportunity for Juniors and Seniors who enjoy working with the sixth grade students and teachers at the Outdoor Lab School. This provides excellent opportunities to develop and practice leadership, teaching, and organizational skills as well as earn .5 credit or community service hours. See your counselor for more information.



Sponsor: Mrs. Aragon
Meets: Mondays after school in C102

A photography club aimed at enthusiasts of all experience and skill levels.  We hope to master the basic photographic process trough film and digital and delve into alternative processes to further explore our creativity.


Sponsor: Mr. Brich
Meets: Thursdays at 2:45 in A125

The Poetry Club is a safe place that individuals can share and listen to all types of poetry.


Sponsor: Ms. Heykoop
Meets: email sponsor
The Pom Pom Squad is composed of young women that have gone through a tryout in the spring and fall. They serve as a support group for athletic and special events at school. Their dance routines are performed primarily during halftimes.



Sponsor: Mr. Alonzo
Meets: E102 Fridays 2:30-3:30 pm

An organization for students interested in Robotics, Computer Programming, 3-D Printing, and other cool stuff!


Sponsor: Ms. Peterson
Meets: A212
The purpose of this organization shall be to recognize students who have demonstrated excellence in science and to encourage scientific and intellectual thought. Students' passion for science shall be spread to the community through service, encouraging the entire community to pursue scientific knowledge. Email the sponsor or check out the website for more information.
Science National Honor Society Website


Sponsor: Mrs. Valerio
Meets: E216
"She Rocks the World" (SRTW) is an organization committed to making the voices of teenage girls heard. We strive to promote and foster leadership in teenage girls around the world, and we are an organization "by girls and for girls." The purpose of this club is to empower and to cultivate leadership skills at school, at home, and in the communities of Chatfield girls. We are a platform for girls' voices and want you to share yours. We want you to meet new people and strengthen the leader in yourself by bringing out the leader in others. We want you to talk! Use your voice to be an advocate for yourself and your peers!


Sponsor: Ms. Rarich
Meets: Wednesday during Access 
The mission of Sources of Strength is to provide the highest quality evidence-based prevention for suicide, violence, bullying, and substance abuse by training, supporting, and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help, and strength.  We believe that many strengths are more powerful than one, and our united goal is to activate and mobilize these strengths in ways that positively change individuals and communities.


Sponsor: Ms. Poveda
Meets: D200

Spanish National Honor Society (Spanish: Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica) is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies. Its motto is "¡Todos a una!" ("All Together for One Goal").


Sponsor: Mr. Brich
Meets: A125

This is an organization of students who are interested in competitive forms of public speaking and performance. It includes debate, oratory, public speaking, and interpretations of literature, student congress and mock trial. Besides attending weekend competitions, they plan fun social events. Students from all grade levels may participate.



Sponsor: Mr. Wolfe
Meets: Fridays 2:45-5:00 pm in B104

The Tabletop RPG Club is a club for students and friends to get together after school and join forces in adventure and politics through class-based role play and in-character action. We will be playing using the Dungeons and Dragons fifth edition module (meaning the fifth edition of official rules and mechanics) and will have three Game Masters to lead three separate parties on painstakingly hand crafted quests all revolving together to build a fantastically magical world.

Joining the Tabletop RPG Club can have the following benefits; increased efficiency in team settings when working together for a common goal; assistance in acting and voice-craft to help an theatrics or future voice-actors get into character better; learn the quickest and easiest way to find solutions for any problems that may come your way, according to your skill sets and proficiencies; remember, the game is fake but the fun is real! Come meet us at B104 every Friday after school from 2:45 to 5:00 to slay monsters, make friends, and get sweet loot! See you there!



Sponsor: Mr. Suwannakorn and Mrs. Hepting

Meets: Thursdays at 3:00 pm

The Village Project is a club that aims to raise money to help support the Littleton Life Center. The Life Center is a local community center that provides various services for individuals and families that are homeless or experiencing financial hardship. Our goal is to help get Chatfield students involved in helping those who are less fortunate in our community. We hope to raise enough money so the Life Center can purchase a handicap compatible van to help drive those who don't have access to a vehicle get to their doctor's appointments, give seniors a chance to get out for "field trips" so they can see the world beyond their neighborhoods, and provide transportation for people to the Life Center when they open up their homeless shelter in the winters. We would like emphasize that even though we are young high school students we still have the ability to make positive change in the lives that surround us.


Meets: Theatre 1st Firday of the month

This club is open to all students who enjoy the different aspects of the performing arts. Many members are involved in helping to stage our school productions.



Sponsor: Mr. Mages
Meets: Monday at 2:30 in D213


A flexible club with weekly teams that compete in trivia in different categories. And a fun way to learn cool and unusual facts as well as make new friends!




Like to play Ultimate Frisbee? Come join the Chatfield team. We will be playing games with other teams, so be sure to be at practice so you can play in the games. (From "Ultimate is an exciting, non-contact team sport, played by thousands the world over. It mixes the best features of sports such as Soccer, Basketball, American Football and Netball into an elegantly simple yet fascinating and demanding game." We play primarily in the spring, and there are two statewide tournaments we will play in. Email the sponsor for more information.



Sponsor: Mr. Koontz
Meets: Wrestling room Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 pm

The sport of grappling brings together techniques from Greco-Roman wrestlingfreestyle wrestlingBrazilian jiu-jitsu, and Japanese jiu-jitsu.   Competitive grappling is done on a traditional wrestling mat and does NOT incorporate striking.  Grapplers wear shorts and a t-shirt, or rashguard top; mouth guards are recommended but not required. 


Sponsor: Mr. Hashemi
Meets: class E100

Yearbook, Newspaper & Broadcasting are all classes, so you must sign up during registration to participate. These students help bring the news and activities to the yearbook.

Yearbook website


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