Kubasaki HS

    Student Activities

    All students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities whether they be athletic, academic or social in nature. These activities help to shape students and prepare them for the future as part of a well rounded education. Kubasaki High School offers many activities for students to choose from:

    Far East Activities & Athletics

    Some of our athletics and activities are Far East events, which means that they there is a culminating area wide championship for athletics that mimics a state championship. Far East Activities are support curriculum and offer area wide available throughout the year that range from art, drama and music to math, language and film/entertainment. For more information on how to sign up for a Far East Activity or for descriptions and histories of Far East sports visit the DoDEA Pacific Area Office's Far East pages.

    EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 

    Kubasaki High School has one of the most extensive, and award winning, extra-curricular activities program in the Pacific Region.  All students are encouraged to take an active part in at least one extra- curricular activity during the school year.

    INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES

    Interscholastic athletics are held with other DoDDS schools, OCS, Zion, as well as with local Okinawan schools.  A variety of sports activities are available to young men and women at Kubasaki High School to extend their physical development, to promote life-long sports for leisure time, to develop the cooperative spirit of team activities and good sportsmanship, and to promote school spirit. Athletic offerings include:

    Rules on conduct and eligibility can be found here.  

    NON-SPONSORED ACTIVITIES  

    DSM Manual 2000.1, Administrator's Guide, states that the school cannot play a role in providing funding, sponsoring, or providing released time for an overnight class trip.  Further, day trips will not be school- sponsored unless they have educational value, which relate especially to DoDDS education objectives.

    “Overnight” secondary school class and Spring Break trips (or overnight sleep-over activities on campus) are not considered to be a school function. Such an activity is not an approved activity for DoDDS-Pacific schools.  Parents or other community groups sponsoring such social trips must accept full responsibility for the event.  School or class funds may not be expended for these activities.  W e hope that parents closely examine social activities to determine who is involved in the planning and participation and who is responsible for the sponsorship needs.  Please call the school if you have a question regarding the sponsorship of programs involving our students.

     

    Clubs at our school


     

    007 Club 

    Okinawa Outdoors Club, 7 Days/Week  
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    A.S.B. 

    The Associate Student Body (ASB) of Kubasaki High School is an elected group of students charged with giving direction to the student body by specific statement of policy whenever possible, furthering faculty and student body cooperation in the maintenance of efficient, workable and beneficial student government, and fostering and developing school spirit.  Along with leading by example, ASB officers are required to plan and execute social and community service events for their peers.  They are a hard working group of students concerned with doing the best for all Kubasaki Dragons.

     

     
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    emailIcon    Erika.Wootton@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Deployment Buddies 

    Deployment Buddies is a  joint program that involves students from KHBS and Zukeran ES.  High school students who have or have had a parent deployed will be linked up with elementary students who have a deployed parent to do activities together about once a month.  Kubasaki students will visit Zukeran ES to meet with elementary students in a supervised setting while they get to know each other and share experiences.

     

     
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    emailIcon    jennifer.greubel@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Gaming Club 

    Do you enjoy playing strategy games like chess, or Settlers of Catan?  Is your Magic deck the most powerful in the land? Come to Gaming Club in the IC on the first and third Friday of every month to have fun with like-minded strategy masters.  The IC has some games available, and you can also bring your own to share.  Bring a friend, bring a game, and relax after a long week

     
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    emailIcon    Elisha.Brookover@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Homework Club 

     
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    emailIcon    keweda.sinclair@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Model Congress 

    Kubasaki's Model Congress is a team of students committed to sharpening our debate skills on politics and current events. We meet weekly in the fall and winter to challenge each other to think and speak clearly using parliamentary procedure.  No prior skills are needed to join, just a willingness to improve. Our capstone debate is in January when we send a team of delegates to represent Kubasaki at the Harvard Model Congress Asia conference in a debate with hundreds of other international students. This conference was in Singapore, Seoul, and is now in Hong Kong.

     

     
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    emailIcon    Ronald.Coia@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Mu Alpha Theta 

    Mu Alpha Theta is a mathematics honor society.  Admission for induction is based upon overall grades as well as mathematics courses.  MAT members involve themselves with the tutoring of their peers as well as other philanthropic pursuits.  Their overall mission is the promotion of mathematics.

     

     
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    emailIcon    Ethan.Engel@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    National Honor Society 

     
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    emailIcon    Lonnae.Calvin@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Student to Student 

     
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    emailIcon    diana.guzman@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Tomodachi Club 

    The Tomodachi Program's main focus is to promote Kubasaki comradery by creating new friendships between freshmen and upperclassmen. By promoting out-of-grade-level friendships, our upperclassmen Tomodachis provide mentorship (whether it be academic, athletic, or social) to our newest Dragon students while our freshmen Tomodachis have to opportunity to receive quality advice and learn about unique school-wide opportunities.

     

     
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    Athletics at our school


     

    Baseball 

     
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    emailIcon    randy.toor@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Basketball - Boys 

     
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    emailIcon    jonathan.fick@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Basketball - Girls 

     
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    emailIcon    jeremy.walker@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Cheerleading 

     
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    emailIcon    julie.brownrigg@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Cross Country 

     
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    emailIcon    paul.campbell@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Football 

     
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    emailIcon    frederick.bales@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Golf 

     
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    emailIcon    robert.driggs@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Soccer - Boys 

     
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    emailIcon    saleem.malik@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Soccer - Girls 

     
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    emailIcon    christopher.eastman@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Softball 

     
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    emailIcon    stephanie.davis@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Tennis 

     
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    emailIcon    stephanie.davis@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Track and Field 

     
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    emailIcon    kenneth.gipson@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Volleyball 

     
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    emailIcon    michael.hogen@pac.dodea.edu  

     

    Wrestling 

     
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    emailIcon    ronald.geist@pac.dodea.edu