Sutherland Secondary
North Vancouver School District
Sutherland Clubs - Get Involved and Join One Today!

 SLC Clubs listing 2017 18 .pdf

Badminton Club

  • Anyone is welcome to join and play!  There is a weekly court time, coaching and mentoring, plus lots of competition at every level of play.

Boys Club Network

  • The Boys Club Network meets once a week to discuss issues affecting boys in today's society.  Through our discussions the goal is to teach our boys what it means to 'be a good man' as well as assist them in developing their moral compass... to be used in guiding them on their journey of discovery

Cancer Awareness 

  • Ms. Matsubuchi meets regularly with students who are interested in raising awareness of cancer prevention and raising money for the BC Cancer Agency by participating in the "Relay for Life"

Cards Club

  • Cards Club meets every Thursday at lunch in D203 and plays a variety of fun card and non-card games. All students welcome!

Chess Club

  • Whether you're a seasoned pro or a newbie, this club offers students an opportunity to learn and play in a fun and/or competitive atmosphere

DiverCity Club

  • This club works to create an inclusive atmosphere at Sutherland that celebrates diversity in sexual orientation and gender variance

Doodling Club

  • Every Monday at lunch in the Art room (B101). Everyone is welcome to meet with Ms. Foster come and relax and doodle away. It can be cartooning, design, lettering and/or coming up with some new ideas that you want to persue. All materials are provided.

Drama Club

  • The drama club includes a large school performance in the Spring, along with other theatre opportunities throughout the school year. Those that don't want to audition for a role work in costumes, props, set construction/decoration, front of house, running crew or in our stage management crew. Each student plays a part in making the performances come together and everyone is welcome to come along for the ride!

DSLC

  • This district-wide leadership council needs Sutherland participants to help plan and coordinate workshops and events

Environment Club

  • Mr. Yeung Meadows meets weekly with students who are interested in promoting environment responsibility at Sutherland

Film & Photo Club

  • The Film and Photography is for students who are interested in photography as a hobby.  Students can work on individual or group projects or just have time to connect with like minded individuals!  Club meets at lunch everyday in room C203.  Drop in anytime.

First Nations Spirit

  • Open to students of First Nations descent and other ethnicities to meet and celebrate the rich heritage of First Nations culture

Games Club

  • Retro games, non-electronic mind games, high-tech games.  Games, games, GAMES!  Do you like games?  Join this club and play!

Garden Club

  • Meets after school weekly to learn about food systems, growing wholesome foods and learning sustainable practices around food production. The club will provide opportunites for work in the Sutherland Schoolyard Market Garden and field trip to learn more about agriculture.

Girls Group

  • Meets every Wednesday at lunch in D106. It is a fun time for socializing, crafting and community based initiatives. 

Grad Council

  • Grad Council is a committee of Grade 11's elected in the spring, who coordinate grad activities for the following year.  *A student may hold only one elected position (e.g. Student or Grad Council)

Gymnastics Club

  • The gymnastics club is open to anyone who wants to give gymnastics a try; competing is not required.  During the winter sport season the school team trains 1 to 4 times per week, depending on the students' individual schedules.  We often continue once or twice per week through to the end of May, depending on student interest.

Mathletes' Corner

  • Seek elegant solutions, solve math puzzles, check out math outside of the curriculum, prepare for the math contests, and free the math wizard within

Me 2 We

  • ME to WE is a group that empowers students to transform local and global communities by shifting from “me” thinking to “we” acting. Living ME to WE means working together to create sustainable change, and making a difference with everything you do. It inspires and enables people to become leaders and agents of change. WE are all connected. Together WE change the world.

Meatless Mondays

Model United Nations

Mosaic Multicultural Club

  • Ms. Matsubuchi meets regularly with students who are interested in promoting multiculturalism at Sutherland through special events and assemblies

Reach for the Top

  • Is a club for students who are interested in amassing trivia of all kinds from academic to sports to entertainment.  We meet twice weekly at lunch time to practice.  We play against student teachers, staff and other schools and there are Provincial competitions at both Intermediate and Senior levels.  We have great fun and it is an easy way to increase our general knowledge

Sutherland Scholarship and Bursary Club (SSBA)

  • Any student in Grade 12 may join this group of students who meet every third Thursday at lunch with Ms. Turner and Mr. Nevison to become informed about the many opportunities for awards and bursaries available to Sutherland grads.  Assistance with the writing of applications is also available. 
  • Scholarship and Bursary Information distributed by Sutherland's Scholarship Committee can be found in the Portal.

    Both the Sutherland Scholarship and Bursary Application Form and information about scholarship and bursary opportunities can be found under Ms. Turner's classes.


Student Leadership Council
  • Student Leadership Council members organize and run social and fundraising activities and provide service to the school.  Elections take place in late spring.  For more information, please click on the Sutherland Leadership Council link to the left. 

Sun Run Club

  • We run twice a week from February to April to prepare to run the whole Sun Run in April.  The team is composed of staff and students.

Table Tennis Club