Student Life

Clubs and Organizations

To effectively provide a well-rounded, balanced education, Bosco Tech offers a wide range of clubs, organizations and societies, creating with a venue for students to pursue their interests and hone their talents. All students are encouraged to participate!

Ambassadors is open to all Bosco Tech students in 9th-12th grade who are confident, responsible, articulate and who meet the approval of the faculty and administration. Ambassadors represent and serve Bosco Tech and the student body at school functions and in all phases of the recruitment process. Club Moderator: Ms. De Luna

Friends of Don Bosco (FDB) is the student leadership program at Bosco Tech, merging Campus Ministry and Student Council into one leadership body, responsible for all Student Life. Members of the FDB program live out the gospel and their Salesian spirit through leadership and service to Bosco Tech and the surrounding community. The FDB prepare and implement a wide range of school activities with the goal of creating a supportive and loving family atmosphere at the school, with an emphasis on the spiritual growth of all. Club Moderator: Mr. Herrera

Letterman Society is a prestigious group of students composed of dedicated athletic varsity lettermen. They provide services to the school such as working at school dances or crowd control at various campus functions like athletic events and school liturgies. They also provide tours of the school to prospective students, parents, and other campus guests. Club Moderator: Mr. Alvarez

Kiwanis Educates Youth (KEY) Club is a service organization that works in conjunction with Kiwanis International. With Kiwanis’ help, students plan and participate in sponsored youth programs around the community, where they learn skills that will serve them well in high school, college, and the outside world. They learn to plan events from the beginning stages to completion; serve the young and old within the community, raise funds, and gather supplies to benefit those who need support. Service opportunities available include, but are not limited to: AIDS Walk, campus and beach clean-up, Salesian Boys and Girls Club Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas Festival, Rose Parade float decorating, Feed the Homeless, Revlon Run/Walk for Women, Rosemead Boys and Girls Club. Club Moderator: Mr. Barragan/ Ms. De Luna

National Hispanic Honor Society (NHHS) promotes and honors those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language, to promote interest in a deeper understanding of the Hispanic culture and to contribute to society in a positive manner via community service. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or better and have earned an A in Spanish for two semesters. Club Moderator: Mrs. Elenes

National Honor Society strives to “improve scholarship and to place the regular and faithful performance of academic work in its proper place in the estimation of the Student Body.” Students of the Tech who have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0 and are in good standing with the school are eligible for membership. Membership offers benefits at graduation. Club Moderator: Mrs. Elenes

ASB/ Student Council is a standing committee responsible for building community by providing various opportunities through club interests. Primarily, its goal is to involve the student body in extracurricular activities under the Office of Student Life and to raise student awareness in regards to the diverse clubs offered on campus. The council is responsible for scheduling club events to avoid conflicts, advertising various club events, as well as the establishment/rechartering of clubs. Club Moderator: Fr. Steve

AIA (Bosco Tech Chapter) is a national organization that advocates for the value of architecture and give architects the resources they need to do their best work. The organization drives positive change through the power of design. To learn more about AIA, vist the website at Moderator: Mr. Reid

ASM / ASNT (American Society of Metals/American Society for Nondestructive Testing) Student Chapter is an international, professional organization dedicated to the study of materials and the processes of nondestructive testing based on the principles set forth by the ASM and the ASNT. We hope to further knowledge of the applications and developments of modern materials and, in the case of A.S.N.T., to ensure the safety of products and processes ranging from toys to amusement parks. Throughout the year, we hold several professional chapter meetings and have field trips that will aid in the propagation of education related to materials science. Club Moderator: Mr. Curiel

Chess Club is open to all students who either want to refine their skills in chess or learn more about the game. Stop by during lunch for a match or skills tests.  Club Moderator: Br. John Rasor

Cycling Club is a great way to stay physically fit and meet new friends! Cycling is a great activities to explore different parts of Los Angeles. Moderator: Dr. Arguelles

California Scholarship Federation (C.S.F.) is for students with a minimum 3.0 G.P.A.  Members offer tutoring assistance to struggling students inside and outside the Bosco community. Continuous participation offers life-time membership status and benefits at graduation. Club Moderator: Mrs. Elenes

European Engineering Tour is open to all students regards of the technology the student is studying in. This is a great opportunity to study engineering and architecture across the globe. Recent trips include New York City, Greece and in 2017, Cuba. Families of current students are welcome to attend. To register or for more information, see the moderator. Moderator: Mr. Birkharm

Film Club was created to provide a forum for independent filmmakers on campus to produce and collaborate on film projects, as well as to teach television editing and scripting while providing the campus with broadcast news, updates and stories concerning the Bosco Tech community. The stars of the productions are pulled from the talent found within Bosco Tech, as well as from our sister schools. Activities include production of commercials and short film projects. Club Moderator: Mrs. Dobashi

International Club is club dedicated to help welcome our brothers from around the world as they study at Bosco Tech. This club is open to all members of the community. Students will have opportunities to providing tutoring, work on service projects and enjoy fellowship through various discussed topics. Moderator: Mrs. Diaz

International Trips is not necessarily a club; rather it is a group of students who fundraise during the school year in order to alleviate some of the expenses of traveling to Europe. Annually, a group of students take a guided tour of Europe and site-see for a week over Easter vacation. Inter-club Council. Club Moderator: Mrs. Elenes

Manager’s Guild is a great opportunity to learn about the various sports offered at Bosco Tech and assisting the technical needs of the team by working closely with the head coaches. The Managers play key roles in the overall success of the team and we are always looking for more to support our growing teams. Moderator: Coach Jones

Japanese Club educates students about the Japanese language and culture. Students have the opportunity to practice their language skills. The club is open to participation by all to bring enrichment into the lives of students through cultural awareness. Club Moderator: Mrs. Rowe

Pole Vault Club is one of our newest clubs on campus! If you have ever wanted to learn how to pole vault or have some skills and want to refine it, stop by a practice! Moderator: Mr. Stolz

RC Airplane Club is one our newest clubs on campus! Learn more from the founding members. Moderator: Mr. Garcia

Relay for Life is annual on-campus American Cancer Society fundraiser that is run and overseen by involved students. Each year, enthusiastic and dedicated groups walk through the night to raise cash and awareness and to remember and celebrate loved ones who have fought cancer. Students develop leadership and organizational skills while promoting an international program devoted to eradicating illness. Moderator: Mr Herrera

Robotics Club’s purpose is to have fun designing, building and programming a competitive robot to be used in the First Robotics Competition (FRC). Members will learn how to apply real-world math and science concepts, document the engineering process, develop problem-solving, organizational and team-building skills, and compete and cooperate in alliances at tournaments. Students from all technologies are encouraged to learn all aspects of robotics and Solidworks. Club Moderator: Mr. Garza

Spanish Club educates and informs students about issues and events directly and/or indirectly involving the Latino culture. The club is open to participation by all students and is not limited to the Latino population of the school and provides an inclusive environment in which cultural tolerance and diversity are promoted; to bring enrichment into the lives of students through cultural awareness. Some events either hosted by or attended by the Spanish Club include: Latino Independence Day, carne asada fundraisers, día de los muertos fundraiser, field trips to Latino plays and musicals, International Day, and an end-of-the-year field trip. Ms. Schmeisser




Royal Techman Band provides students with musical talent the opportunity to serve the school community by putting their talent into practice. In addition to performing at all sports rallies, the band performs at league football and basketball games and Open House. Some members of the band also provide their services at student body liturgies throughout the year. Band Director: Mr. Almanza


Don’t see a club you like and want to start one? Stop by the Student Activity Center and see Fr. Steve!