Golden Valley Clubs Wrap Up Fall Semester With A One Line Motto


Phoebe Ong

Key Club services their community through the Trash Bash service event.

With the end of the semester, C.L.O.R.G.S as usual, have exceeded the expectations of the school with their great commitment and achievements to the school. Clubs in Golden Valley High School are very proud to have such driven students lead their club and take on such big responsibilities.

During the pandemic, many clubs had to either resume their club meetings, or meet on zoom with the obvious decrease in attendance. This had caused a huge strain on clubs’ momentum as competition teams such as Model United Nations had to stop practicing which affected the team’s performance.

Now, each CLORG came up with a one line motto to represent their club and the basic beliefs of it.

“Who screams louder than a Grizzly bear, The Golden Valley Den :)” The Den


“Empowering Women through Service and Advocacy.” Z-Club


The National Honors Society welcomes sophomores for their Spring 2023 application season. (Alexandra Abdo)

“Mental health matters and you do too!” Bring Change 2 Mind


“Improving college resumes one semester at a time.” California Scholarship Foundation (CSF)


“You may not always feel good, but at least you always look good.” Fashion Institute of Design Merchandising (FIDM)


“Don’t have friends? Now you do!!” Circle of Friends


“Arguing in life is inevitable, but arguing to a judge (without crying) is Mock Trial.” Mock Trial

Some of the Mock Trial attorneys after their first Prosecution Round. (Alexandra Abdo)


“ASU, where you learn everything but Asian stereotypes.” Asian Student Union


“The future belongs to those who who learn more skills and combine them in creative ways” SkillsUSA


“Don’t be scared to join just to donate blood, we also play fun games!” Red Cross


“We are one people.” (in latin, gens una sumus) Chess Club


“Diversity. Unity. Community.” Social Awareness Club (SAE)


“We don’t build keys, but we do open doorways for community service!” Key Club


“Helping end childhood cancer one bracelet at a time.” Bracelets for Cancer (BFC Club)

Golden Valley stands strong in ensuring that the clubs on campus are student-run. The intent of a club is to encourage students into establishing a gathering in which people of the same interests could take part in. With that, the advisors are there for any additional support, yet the students run the club and generate the ideas that really does enhance leadership skills.