Clubs & Organizations


Student Activities Coordinator, Donna Vierra


school phone: 808 727-3192

Link to join clubs and pay dues (see pages 4-5)

Clubs, Organizations and Advisors on campus

Aloha Club - Service club that volunteers at a variety of school/community events and activities (Kim Tengan)

Academy of Hospitality and Tourism - fun-filled and hardworking academy. We do many activities such as tour hotels, and the Senior class get to go off island to experience a more broad view of the hospitality and tourism industry. (Travis Toda & Sharon Talana)

Archery Club - practices discipline. Handles potential weapons, are alert and disciplined.

Baldwin Theatre Guild - a fun club where you meet new friends with interest in different areas of theatre, performing, backstage & technical areas (Linda Carnevale)

Baldwin United - Making one on one friendships with students with intellectual developmental disorder.

Band - Concert Band, Marching Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band within the Music Department (Sharon Nakama, David Kuraya)

Bear Believers - a club that exists to provide opportunity for Christian Bible study, fellowships and fun at school. (Adam Bediamol)

Bear Power Club - Spirit Club that attend sporting events and cheers on the teams (Janina Amaral, Erin Ferrer)

Dungeons & Dragons- Promote creative thinking, teamwork, cooperation, and problem solving in a group setting, as well as to encourage new friendships and a sense of community among fans of Dungeons and Dragons and people interested in learning about it. (Shaun Dunn)

Educators Rising- a group of students that assist various elementary and middle schools and participate in the community to make a difference in children's lives. (Trent Nakashima)

FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) - a nationwide organization for students grades 6-12, that focuses on leadership skills in the workplace involving their entire community and families. Includes attending competitions. (Joyce Miyamoto)

Future Farmers of America - students grow and sell vegetables from our Baldwin garden. (Cody Yamamoto & Leo Tomita)

Graduation Committee - students are members for 2 years beginning in the Junior year when they shadow the senior grad committee members. The juniors and seniors help to organize and execute the graduation ceremony. (Shannon Alueta, Tia Medeiros, Marci Nakagawa, Donna Vierra)

HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) - Students learn the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community. (Shaun Dunn)

Interact Club - community service club connected with the Rotary Clubs (Kayla Rush, Aissa Nishiyama, Shannon Alueta)

International Club - AP European History students who travel to Europe (Scott Clarke)

International Thespian Society - is an honorary organization in which theatre students show leadership, pride and promote excellence in high school theatre (Linda Carnevale)

Japanese Club - students learn about the Japanese culture, bond through Japanese themes and do activities such as tanabata and mikoshi (Rory Sato)

JROTC Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps - motivate young people to become better citizens. H.P. Baldwin High School has the distinction of being the only school in Maui County with a JROTC program. (Peter Strong, Herbert Kahalekai)

Ka Wai Ola O Kahalawai (Hawaiian Club) - students learn about the Hawaiian culture (Tori "Hulali" Silva)

K- Kins - Korean Dance, Drama & Culture Club (Donna Lynne Hanlon)

Key Club - a high school service organization that participates in school and community service projects. Key club consists of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior boys and girls. To be a Key Club member in good standing, members must complete 50 service hours per year. We encourage our club members to become members in good standing. Typically, we do 4-5 service projects a month. We meet weekly every Tuesday (John Guthrie, Cecelia Romero)

Legislative Action Club - Students meet monthly to learn the legislative process, follow bills and submit testimony to the state house of representatives & senate. (Scott Clarke)

Manga, Anime, Gaming Club (M.A.G.) - social club that brings together different points of views if artistic styles through manga, anime, and gaming (Joan Tamashiro)

Math League - dedicates its time to enrich the member's skills in Mathematics and problem solving, as well as contributing to the school community by tutoring. The Math League competes against three other schools on Maui on a monthly basis. (Joseph Nelson, Joan Tamashiro)

National Honor Society- a society of 11th and 12th graders who participate in leadership and service, have good character and academic achievements. (Wade Hondo, Wayne Feike)

Photography Club - students who are interested in photography enter contests, go on photo shoots, learn about taking photos

Robotics - students build robots and participate in competitions. (Lester Kunimitsu)

S.A.D.D. - Student's Against Destructive Decisions. Advocates of safe driving and making the right choices (Roxana Hollifield)

SCHWA/Digital Media Club - students create morning announcement videos and "commercials" for the school & community. In digital Media club members also learn new media skills and create various videos/ graphics. (Trisha Roy)

Science Olympiad - A club for students who are willing to explore all different aspects of science and compete at various levels. (Amy Ancheta, Donna Lynne Hanlon)

Spanish Club - students participate in activities & learn about Spanish culture and traditions. (Stephen Smith)

Student Council - school and class officers plan and organize school events to make the school a better place. (Donna Vierra)

The Quill (Book Club) - Educationally oriented organization that promotes literacy in both school and the community. (Diane Nakoa)


The Inter Club Council meets monthly to share upcoming events, successes & fundraising information. This group is made up of one representative who serves as a liaison for their club.

If your club or organization is planning an activity or event, this form must be submitted for it to be officially on the school's master calendar.

If your club or organization has completed a service project, please complete this form ASAP.

Club Charter Information DEADLINE TO SUBMIT FOR 2021 - 2022 SCHOOL YEAR - OCTOBER 8, 2021