By Miceala Everitt,
HUB Staff Writer–
The California Scholarship Foundation, CSF, is the largest club on Davis High campus. This school year seems to be turning out no different as registration opened on Monday, Sept. 16.
Han-ah Sumner, senior and president of CSF encourages students to join the club because the club offers an opportunity to take part in community service.
You can look back on your high school career and know that you achieved something” Sumner said.
According to Sumner CSF is the biggest club on campus, which allows students to get to know one another easily and feel connected to DHS.
“Although sophomore year is not required to be an active member, you can orient yourself with the club and community service.”
Senior and fourth semester CSF member, Lindsay Callahan, joined two years ago because she wanted to contribute to the community and CSF was “a good way for her to learn about a variety of groups to volunteer with,” Callahan said.
Hard work volunteering can end up paying off because students can earn scholarships for their community service. Another added bonus is that CSF looks great on college applications according to the CSF club president.
CSF will continue registration through Friday, Sept. 24 in P-13 during lunch. A pink registration form, last semester grades and $5 are required to register. The club is advised by social studies teacher, Fern O’Brien and meets about once a month to discuss upcoming community service opportunities.