Philomath High School aims to offer a variety of activities and clubs to meet all student's needs. Activities provide students an opportunity to develop their skills through the involvement of organized events.
The Associated Student Body (ASB) plans, manages, and runs many school events including main dances, tailgaters, assemblies, and spirt weeks. ASB works on promoting a positive atmosphere for everyone at Philomath High School
The Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) is a statewide voluntary reading motivation and comprehension program sponsored by the Oregon Association of School Libraries in conjunction with a Library Services and Technology Act grant. Students in 3rd-12th grade, regardless of ability, are exposed to quality literature representing a variety of literary styles and viewpoints.
The Chess Club's purpose is to give students the opportunity to have fun playing chess while improving skills. Club members of all grades and abilities are welcome. The students get to play opponents with a variety of skills levels. More experienced players often help less experienced players improve.
For more information, please contact the club's advisor.
The Philomath High School Robotics Engineering Division (PHRED) is a team of middle and high school students meets every Tuesday night to discuss and plan during the off-season. During the build season, we meet every week night and Saturday to design, build, and prepare for the competition season. We work with other teams to make it fun and exciting for every member of FIRST.
Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshman and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Boomerang Project's proven high school transition program trains mentors from your junior and senior classes to be Link Crew Leaders. As positive role models, Link Crew Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the freshman to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.
The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.
The Performing Arts program encourages students to develop and value artistic creations as a means to communicate ideas, thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Through their study of music and drama, students learn to plan, develop and present artistic productions or performances that reflect their course curriculum.