Student Enrichment Activities

Please check out these great extra - curricular activities! 

lunch time clubs

Club Name Description Duration Days Room
Pixar Pals Lunch and a Movie A place to relax and enjoy lunch with friends Once a week Thursday F4
Anime Anime fans will get together to discuss their favorite Anime movies, characters, books etc. Once a week Wednesday G1
Operation Change Rancho Dress Code To review and evaluate current policy and discuss and implement alternatives. Once a week Friday B4
Origami To de-stress, have fun, build peer relationships Once a week Tuesday F1
National Junior Honor Society Members qualify based on scholarship, leadership, citizenship, service and character. They will complete individual and group service projects for the school and in the community. Twice a month Friday G2
Board Game Club Practice social skills and interacting with peers through board games Once a week Thursday H2
Cinema Club Watch classic movies followed by fun discussions.  Once a week Tuesday F3
Digital Art and Drawing Practice different mediums of art. Once a week Thursday  F2
Creative Thinkers Club Enhance creativity and innovation through games and other fun activities. Once a week Wednesday B6

Middle  School Programs - City of Irvine

The goal of the Middle School Program is to engage youth in positive social-recreational activities during non-school hours. Students are encouraged to participate in program activities that focus on community service, personal skill development, and social recreation.  Services are provided in cooperation with the Irvine Unified School District.

Check out these fun activities run through the City of Irvine - Middle School Programs.

Middle School Program | City of Irvine

Contact: Trevor Landrigan:


Youth Action Team (YAT) – Mondays & Wednesdays, January 10 - May 25

Spring YAT session is almost here! Have your students join YAT for an opportunity to do after-school community service-based projects for nonprofit agencies throughout Orange County! Meetings are Mondays during lunch located in the front of the school under the flag pole, and projects are Wednesdays after school usually from 3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. If your child is interested in joining YAT, please sign them up at keyword “MSP” to see all activities. (Course #50005) 


No School Day Teen Camp– Friday, January 14th (Knott's)/Tuesday, January 18th (Disneyland)

Join your friends on no-school days for some fun at theme parks! The cost includes ticket, supervision, and transportation. $69 for Knott's and Disneyland pricing is $180. Register at search keyword “MSP” to see all activities. (Course #49997/#49998)


Fiscally Fit! – Tuesdays & Thursdays, February 1st - February 17th

Give your students an opportunity to learn how to get financially and physically fit! Our course offers students the chance to practice building an investment portfolio, become more financially literate and develop healthy habits through exercise! Classes are at Heritage Community Center in the Lounge from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $28 which includes protein snack, t-shirt, activities,  and supervision. Students are asked to bring their Chromebook or laptop each session for the online financial games and portfolio building. If your child is interested in joining, please sign them up at keyword “MSP” to see all activities. (Course #58656)


Gal-entine's Day Self Empowerment (Winter)– Friday, February 11th

The Middle School Program will be hosting its third annual Galentine’s Day event virtually this year! This girl empowerment workshop will have discussions about self-compassion, manifesting long term goals, self-care activities, a self-defense course and learning about different empowering foods to give you energy throughout the day. Each participant will receive a special packet of supplies and t-shirt! The cost is $19! Register at search keyword “MSP” to see all activities. (Course #50011)


MSP COED Volleyball– Tuesdays & Thursdays, February 15th - March 10th

Bump, set, and spike in this fun, structured after-school program that covers volleyball skills such as serving and passing. Teams compete against other middle schools at the end of the session in a district-wide tournament. The $24 cost includes instruction, equipment, team T-shirt, supervision, and transportation for off-site scrimmages. If your child is interested in joining, please sign them up at keyword “MSP” to see all activities. (Course #50018)



Online Registration: To register for any of these programs online go to and search keyword “MSP” to see all of our activities.

If you have questions, or would like more information, please contact Trevor Landrigan, MSP Rancho Site Coordinator (949) 724-6747.


Academic Teams

Speech and Debate Team - Contact: Mr. Aghassi Gharadaghian - 949-936-6566

Math Olympiad Team - Contact: Ms. Sarah Armstrong - 949-936-6531

Science Olympiad Team - Contact: Ms. Paige Morris - 949-936-6550

Model United Nations for Junior Delegates - Pam Lockliear - 949-936-6515