If you can think of a club, then we probably had it. If we didn't then it could be made. I founded a club this last year. The thing I've learned is no matter what the club if the students involved are dedicated at the beginning, then that dedication stays the whole year. Students get very involved in all their different interests. Every year the school fund raises thousands of dollars for the Operation Smile club, so there's long lasting dedication from the teachers as well as the students. I've learned if you really want something you really only need to ask and show why it's needed. The administrators seem open to improving the school, even if they don't always execute ideas in the best way. All music programs are technically clubs, but they really are amazing. Different sports clubs work with student council to make the school dances happen, which is a lot of fun too.