Club Descriptions

AUDIO/VIDEO (SOFA) CLUB: Students OF Audio learn about the latest technology for recording concerts.

GSA CLUB: stands for Gay, Straight Alliance. It is a place for all students to discuss issues and plan activities related to diversity. The overall goal of the GSA is to create a more accepting learning environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or individual differences.

CITY OF SHORELINE: Come to the SAC after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays and join the fun. Games, projects, art activities, snacks and more

TIGER TUTORING: Spend quiet time in the Library doing your homework and getting help from staff and high school tutors.

ONLINE STUDENT NEWSPAPER: Newspaper Club is starting back up again for the 2014-2015 school year. Reporters, photographers, creative writers wanted for Einstein’s Online Student News Site: Tiger Tracks!

YEARBOOK AND PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: Want to be a part of creating Einstein’s 2014-15 school Yearbook? Are you interested in photography, writing, editing, student surveys and/or graphic design? Then join YEARBOOK CLUB!

DACB CLUB: Share and learn drawing skills, watch anime videos, make posters, drawing contests (even if you aren’t into drawing – stop in and visit this fun club).

ROBOTICS CLUB: After school robotics club now forming. We will be building with NXT Lego Mindstorms. We have registered with First Lego League and purchased a Field Challenge Kit. From our club we hope to form a competitive team and participate in an FLL tournament.

PIZZA AND BOOKS CLUB: The Richmond Beach Friends of the Library has made it possible for all interested students to meet in the library once a month to discuss books while eating pizza. No required reading, reports or homework.

THE WRITE STUFF: The Richmond Beach Friends of the Library has made it possible for all interested students to meet in the library once a month to have fun with writing. There will be author visits, script writing & movie making, writing games and exercises and an opportunity to have your work critiqued if you so desire. Also, snacks!

LATINO CLUB: Are you interested in other cultures and languages? Do you enjoy films, food, art, service projects, and hanging out with friends? Join Latino International Club! Open to all Einstein students.

CLIMBING CLUB: Einstein Climbing Club is open for registration. Call the City of Shoreline, 206-801-2600 to register. Come see Ms. Smith in B8 if you have any questions.

CHESS CLUB: Chess players with all levels of experience are welcome to participate in Chess Club. Students will learn the rules and strategies of chess and play games with other members. See Mr. Paulhamus if you have questions!

DRAMA CLUB: Learn basic acting techniques, stage language, and how to prepare for an audition. Hone your craft with Improv games and scene/monologue workshops. Be part of the team that selects and stages the spring musical.

VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMER CLUB: This club provides students an opportunity to learn basic computer coding with an emphasis on video game programming. Instruction provided by a professional coder and parent that started learning code in middle school and wants to share his knowledge with other middle school students. Open for all Einstein students on Thursdays 3-4:30pm Room A-2 Supervisor- Ms. Marshall