Welcome to John Marshall High School!  First Day of Instruction is August 20, Tuesday.

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California Honors Society / California Scholarship Foundation

Meets every Monday during lunch

“Inform students about scholarships and college opportunities, hold drives, and gives students a chance for volunteer experience.”

Club Advisor: Ms. Barbour (351)

Club President:  Fanny* Sitte



A.C.E (Architecture Construction Engineering)

Meets Wednesday and Thursday at lunch, after school on Fridays.

"ACE is your chance to learn about different construction industry careers. It's also a great way to connect with other students who are also interested in construction."

Club Advisor: Mr. Nagaishi (409)

Club President: Christopher Garcia



Junior State of America

Meets every Tuesday during lunch

“As a nonprofit, non partisan, student run organization to debate and discuss social, political, and current issues in an open and welcoming environment.”

Club Advisor: Ms. Barbour (351)

Club President: Raquel Estlando*



Art Club

Meets every Wednesday at lunch

“Inspire creativity in students and encourage students to embrace their love for art”

Club Advisor: Mr. Slepak (131)

Club President: Famy Suitu*



Habitat for Humanity

Meets on Wednesdays at lunch.

"To provide community service for lower income families that are in need of a home. We help these individuals build their shelters as well as lend several hands to neighboring restores that sell and trade affordable home necessities."

Club Advisor: Ms. Merrifeild (505)

Club President: Kate Michel



Key Club

Meets Friday lunch in the oral arts room, Wednesday nutrition only for club officers in room 409.

“Promote caring as a way of life, obtain service hours through service events throughout our local community, encourage leadership through serving others, to become active citizens.”

Club Advisor: Katherine Ory

Club President: Mr. Nagaishi (409)


John Marshall High Debate Team

Meets Monday at lunch in room 503

“...We are barristers, and barristers debate, debating encourages the students to form and exercise these skills. Debate has shown to help students in speaking skills as well as critical thinking. These skills can be applied to future jobs as well.”

Club Advisor: Mr. Urkofsky (503)

Club President: Arpina Melikyah


Girl’s Build LA

Meets every Thursday at Lunch

“To inform and educate our classmates and community about the importance of sleep. Our purpose and goal is to host activities where we will make items to help LAUSD students destress before bed. Through ? club we will produce a solution to the problem of sleep deprivation. We will help improve the health and wellness of our fellow classmates.”

Club Advisor: Ms. Reichenstein (134)

Club President: Apollonia Cuneo, Suzie John, and Lydia Chong


Math Club

Meets Mondays at Lunch 

“For student to get help during school.”

Club Advisor: Ms. Novik (304)

Club President: Anthony Carrilo


Anime Club

Meets Thursday during lunch

“To become a social environment and for students to meet new people and bond with each other. A Club for the students can have a safe space and to destress while enjoying Anime”

Club President: Jessica Hernandez

Club Advisor: Ms. Nagaishi (701)


Cancer Awareness Club

Meets 352 Thursday during lunch

“To spread awareness of cancer and help fundraise money to cancer research. There will be school wide activities such as wearing a certain color to represent cancer i.e pink for breast cancer.”

Club President: Riah Hann

Club Advisor: Ursini (352)


S.T.O.P Club

Meets lunch Wednesday

"Peace over violence. Awareness towards racism,sesxims, sexual harassment, rape culture. Teach safe sex, cons."

Club President:

Club Advisor: Ms Feek (729)


Youth Against Poverty

Meets during lunch

“Alleviating poverty through community service  and raising awareness about the issue. Raising funds for nonprofit organization through fundraisers”

Club President:

Club Advisor: Ms. Kato (410)



Meets during every Thursday at lunch

“To volunteer and raise money for children and women around the world who are in need”

Club President: Jenny

Club Advisor: Ms. Garcia (PCR)


Earth Conservation Club

Meets during lunch

“To spread awareness of environmental issues and how to contribute to making our world a better place. We also want to give Marshall students a chance to make Marshall’s campus a cleaner and more resourceful place."

Club President: Sonia Gueuara

Club Advisor: Ms. Wong (724)


Dead Poets Society

Meets every Tuesday at room 352 at lunch.

“Students can discuss and learn about poetry, literature, and philosophy. By reading and writing poetry, members of the society will develop skills to express themselves artistically. Literature and philosophy will be discussed to understand our society’s behavior.”

Club President: Kenny Sophaphong

Club Advisor: Mr. Slavens (353)


Liberty in North Korea

Meets everyday

“To raise funds for rescue teams as well as support the cause, which is to change the way people see North Korea - that it would be more about the people rather the politics.”

Club President: Kyle Choi and Erin Youn

Club Advisor: Mr. Kapp (354)


Black Student Union

Meets every day

“To educate students about African-American culture. Address problems going on in the black and brown community.”

Club President: Channel White and Jason Sample

Club Advisor: Ms. Bryan (College Center)


School for Advanced Studies Leadership Council

Meets every day

“To integrate the voice of SAS students into the SAS community and parent group, FMSAS - We also strive to make the SAS experience not purely on academic one, but a fun and comforting environment for each and every student.”

Club President: Izabell Hernandez

Club Advisor: Ms. Fefferman (501)


Investment Club

Meets every day

"Teaching members the basics of finance and investing through reading equity charts, tracking a company’s stock, following current events, etc.”

Club President: Jordan Marx and Alex Yeganyan

Club Advisor: Mr. Jones (524)


Filipino Culture Club

Meets every Thursday during lunch in 601

"Bring awareness as we aim to help other gain appreciation and knowledge for the Filipino culture.

Club President:

Club Advisor: Ms. Fundukian (601)


JMHS Shakespeare Society

Meets every day

"As a club, we will highlight the importance of language within our shakespeare society and share our knowledge with the rest of our fellow classmates in JMHS. We will accomplish this by presenting scenes from Shakespeare’s plays, and eventually prepare for competition sponsored by DTASC and other organizations.”

Club President: Hiuieun Kim*

Club Advisor: Mr. Brock (727)


Culturally Diverse Club

“To ensure that everyone feels engaged and included despite their race, gender, personality, etc. and have the opportunity to express their inner selves.”

Club President: Cassandra

Club Advisor: Ms. Zarate (527)

Science Olympiad

“The ability to host a group of hardworking and committed students interested in the sciences in order to prepare for a rigorous, elite science competition.”

Club President: Genesis Nam

Club Advisor: Mr. Kapp (354)


College Access and Prep

Meets every Wednesday during lunch in 526

“To help all students prepare for college, and what’s in store in the future. The purpose of this club is to assist students with personal statements, explore different colleges, and work on interviewing skills. This organization will bring a larger awareness to the school on the topics of personal essays, college apps, scholarships, financial aid, and different colleges and universities.”

Club President: Patricia Magnaye and Kotaro Chavez

Club President: Mr. Salas (526)


Health Careers Club

Meets every day

“Health Careers Club is a union with hard working and aspiring students that are willing to engage in the club activities. This club will provide an opportunity for students to explore different health careers and interact with medical community services. This is a club for dedicated students interested in preparing for future careers in medicine/health.”

Club Presidents: Chandrima Chakraborty and Hannah Ko

Club Advisor:Mr. Ibrahim, Jonathan


Gay Straight Alliance

Meets every day

“To create a safe space in school, where people of all sexualities and genders have respect and learn about social and health issues.”

Club President:

Club Advisor: Mr. Gonzales (403)


Marshall’s Animal Rights Society

Meets every day

“To educate/inform the students of Marshall about issues concerning animals and different ways/opportunities to help them.”

Club President: E. Vasquez

Club Advisor: Ms. Garcia (253)


Marshall’s Animal Rights Society

Meets every day

“To educate/inform the students of Marshall about issues concerning animals and different ways/opportunities to help them.”

Club President: E. Vasquez

Club Advisor: Ms. Garcia (253)


Armenian Student Association

Meets every Friday

“It’s a club for anyone interested in the Armenian culture present in Marshall and the surrounding communities.”

Club President:

Club Advisor: Ms. Kepenyan (305)


The Slug Club

Meets every day

“The purpose of the Slug Club revolves around the idea of giving a home to all those who have a passion for the Harry Potter series, whether it be from the books or the movies. However, even it some were not as familiar with the series, the club os a great opportunity to familiarize themselves, while also getting the chance to find a new passion among the stresses of high school life.”

Club President:

Club Advisor:


The Lunch Bunch

Meets every fourth Thursday of every month in 153

“To establish a club in which students help other students find a safe and inviting environment to spend their lunch and nutrition periods. We aim to establish monthly potlucks that develop a sense of community within Marshall, while ensuring students that they always have a place where they feel like that belong.”

Club President:

Club Advisor: Mrs. Semon (151)


Red Cross Club

Meet every Monday during lunch in Ms. Kato’s room 410.

“Educating others about safety and being prepared during natural disasters. In addition to give students volunteering opportunities to lend a helping hand and engaging in events impacting our community.”

Club President: Joeville Esliza

Club Advisor: Ms. Kato (410)


Curators Club

Meets every Tuesday in Mr. Slepak’s room 131*.

“Allow students from Marshall to express their creative slides in curating and participating in art galleries and zines.”

Club President: Magali Ustarroz

Club Advisor: Mr. Slepak (131)


Creative Writing Club

Meets every in Ms. Atwell.

"Discuss/compare different forms of creative writing with fellow students. Organize material for Marshall’s literacy Magazine “Get out of the Blue”.

Club President: Connor Finn

Club Advisor: Ms. Atwell (721)


Contemporary Philosophy Club

Meets every Monday during lunch in Mrs. Finn’s room.

“Discuss and debate issues from the 19th to the 21st century that primarily centralize on politics , ethics, pop culture. Anything current.”

Club President: Connor Finn

Club President: Mrs. Finn (B/H)