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Johnston Heights

An IB Continuum World School for MYP & DP




​​​Extra-curricular activities are a valuable part of the school's education program.  Our school is proud to offer a range of school-based structured organizations for additional school learning.  These include many athletic activities and clubs that extend beyond the normal school hours and operate under the supervision of a staff member. try-something-new.jpg

Sports and athletic activities are competitive, individual or team activities which are sponsored by the school and governed by the Surrey Secondary Schools' Athletic Association.  Clubs are structured groups of students who come together on a regular basis for a specifically defined and approved purpose.

School District Policy requires that information regarding clubs be sent to you so that you have the opportunity to approve your son/daughter's involvement in such activities.  Click on the link below for a list of clubs that are available at Johnston Heights Secondary School and a brief description of their purpose.​

Parents who require further information about any of the extra-curricular activities are invited to contact school office staff. If parents wish to have their child(ren) excluded from any of the available activities, they should send a written request to the school administration. 

At Johnston Heights we have a wide array of clubs, teams, and groups to participate in! Below is an incomplete list of some of the options for 2019-2020!

If you are interested in the fun and ever-changing world that is robotics and engineering, come see Mr. Didak and the rest of the Robotics Club in 3 Wolf Lane after school on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3-4:30pm. There is plenty of space, many opportunities to apply what we learn in class, and make new friends. Everyone is welcome. Students may compete in a robotics competition by designing a robot on their own or with a team. This club is great for those interested in pre-engineering and coding. 

Grade 12 students: help make your Graduation Dinner and Dance memorable with Mr. Zanatta in room 2FP.

Are you interested in growing your own food, being outside and being around plants? Garden Club will be meeting on Tuesday's at 3 pm in the garden to take care of it and try to get the school involved. We plant, tend, harvest and create art in the garden. If it is raining we will meet in 5ORL. There is lots of harvesting to do so please bring a shopping bag so you can bring some food home. Teachers and students welcome. 

Do you love video games? Are you itching to play games like League, Siege, NBA 2k, Smash, and Rocket League with and against other students? Everyone is welcome in Mr. Rowell’s room, 5FP.

Do you have a bike that could use some TLC or repairs? Is there a weird clacking noise that you wish you could fix? Don't fret, come see Mr. Didak at Bike Club after school on Thursdays in 1 Puffin Lane. Everyone is welcome, even if you don't have a bike of your own.

Led by Ms. Ng, Tutorial Club is a place for students to get extra help provided by senior students. Meets in the Learning Commons on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3-4pm. 

Provides a space for students who are international, new to school, etc. to hang out and meet new friends! Wednesdays from 3-4pm in 4 Wolf Lane. 

An enjoyable, free way for students to work on personal health while engaging in a fun, team-like atmosphere All are welcome. Meets in the Weight Room on Monday-Friday after school at 3pm. 

Open to anyone interested in learning animation, both digital and traditional! Use of digital drawing tablets, paper, pens and Flipbooks. Meets in 4FP, computer lab on Wednesdays from afterschool to 4pm. 

Media Crew communicates Johnston Heights stories and brings the school closer together. Weekly meetings on Tuesdays at lunch in 3 Heron Lane. 

SOGI aims to have a safe and welcoming environment in which to explore issues relating to sexual orientation and gender identity as well as social justice and pride. Any student from grade 8-12 is welcome to meet in 5 FLN on Tuesdays at lunchtime. 

LC Volunteers serve the school community by assisting in the day-to-day tasks in the Learning Commons. Students sign up for shifts Monday to Friday before school, at lunch or after school. Activities include checking books in/out, shelving books and helping students and staff find resources.

This club aims to explore the depths of business, economics and the world of finance by promoting curiosity and student engagement through radical open-mindedness and transparency. Open to students of all ages; however, participants must be prepared to embrace new experiences like public speaking and step out of their comfort zones. Students are welcome as long as they want to network, experience and grow. Members participate in analytical and critical thinking through case competition simulations. Guest speakers may present on different ways to approach a case. Members will visit scholastic and community-held business competitions throughout the Lower Mainland.  Dates and Times are TBA but the group will meet in 3 HL. 

Purpose is to encourage and inspire other youth to live for Christ, and to create a home and family within the school, building an atmosphere of enjoyment and laughter for the students. Students can voluntarily join regardless of race, status, belief and religious affiliations. The program will be as follows: 15 minutes of games, 10 minutes of Godly encouragement from the Bible, and 5 minutes of prayer and fellowship. Takes place in RLN 1 on Tuesdays from 3:30-4pm. 

We want to expose people to the art of breaking and guide them in a fun activity to stay fit. Students are asked to keep an open mind, be willing to learn and be willing to help other members in order to be a part of this club. The club will be a community-based learning club where everyone can help each other learn and meets in the Cafeteria and 3 PL on Monday and Thursday from 3-4pm.

Open for club members to relax and enjoy some sports after a long day at school. We will play table tennis together. Since we only have one table, we will take turns playing games. Takes place in the YES Portable on Tuesdays after school.

Everyone is welcome to join this Punjabi cultural dance club which brings more diverse culture into the school. Come every Tuesday to the dance studio from 3-4pm starting in October 2019.

The Board Game Club is based on the purpose of developing students' logical thinking and planning and providing a relaxing space for students who like board games. The club is open to everyone who wishes to join and play board games. Members who drop in will be invited to play board games and share their logistic process and analysis during the game. At the end, the club will play a "world map game" to simulate world events and give students an opportunity to think like a strategist. Located in 4 HL on Wednesdays after school.

The purpose of this club is to give young students with the same interest in fashion the chance to come together and create/learn something new. This gives the opportunity for everyone with different styles to express themselves freely through the clothes they wear. Fashion is important for the society and economy and we want to teach students not just about our love for fashion, but also showcasse dark sides of the industry.  Students need to come prepared with items they need to bring when we are doing a certain activity. They need to be committed to the club and open towards everyone.  We will be doing multiple fun activities: styling challenges, lessons on fast fashion in the industry, painting on denim clothes, and our final year-end product will be a fashion show.  Takes place in the Cafeteria and Textiles Room on Tuesday and Wednesday at 3:00pm.

Aims to gather people with a shared interest in helping the environment and by doing so, hopefully inspire the whole school community to be more sustainable; to be part of the solution and not the pollution. Members are expected to participate in projects and events that will be put out throughout the year. These events will most likely be on their own time, before or after school. The members should have a genuine interest and concern in trying to better the environment and being involved in the community. Projects will focus on providing opportunities for members to aid our environment including hosting community cleanups, partnering with the City of Surrey, clothing and food drives and increasing awareness of the climate crisis in our community.  Located in 4 HL on Tuesdays during Lunchtime.

A place where you can embrace your inner artist and have fun with all the art materials the art room has to offer. Free time art creation! In 6 HL on Wednesdays from 3-4pm.

Do you like Dungeons and Dragons? Come 
and play Dungeons and Dragons in 5 ORL on Wednesdays from 3-4pm. We will gather great adventures and go on an epic quest through the world's most dangerous dungeons. Members must create a character. 

People who love anime and those who are new into watching it have an inclusive place to stay after school and make friends with the same interest.  Members are to be respectful and well-behaved while using the classroom. Hangout and watch anime with us in 6 ORL on Mondays after school until 4:15pm. 

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A PDF list of clubs at Johnston Heights for 2018-19 school yearJH Clubs 2018-19VariousVarious