Clubs and Activities


Rampart High School offers a multitude of opportunities for students to get involved. Our Clubs & Activities are listed below. 

James West is the administrator for Clubs & Activities. Please contact him about starting a new club. If you have any questions about a particular club, please contact the club's sponsor. Here is the application form: Student Organization Application_fillable_REV.pdf

Clubs /ActivitiesInformationContact Sponsor
American Sign Language Club
Meets every Friday after school until 4:00pm in Room 412.
Art Club
​Meets Wednesday after school in room 103.
Astronomy Club
​Meeting time and place to be determined.
Book Club
Meets every Friday in the LMC Fiction section during both lunches. Please bring your lunch and discuss what you are reading. $10 club fee includes a t-shirt and cookies!
Bowling Club
Wendy Whatton (
Chemistry Club
​Meets every other Tuesday from 2:50-3:50 in room 205. Provides fun, authentic, and hands-on opportunities to experience chemistry beyond the classroom, discover and pursue connections within the larger chemistry community. $10 club fee to cover the cost of chemicals.
​Chinese Club
​10-23-2019 Introduce Chinese Culture, Boba tea making 介绍中国文化,珍珠奶茶制作

11-13-2019 Chinese Chess, Card games 象棋,大老二

12-04-2019 Mahjong 麻将

01-15-2020 Spring rolls, Spring couplet making 春卷,春联制作

01-29-2020 Dumplings making 水饺制作

02-12-2020 Tang Yuan making 汤圆制作

03-04-2020 Fortune Cookies making 幸运饼干制作

04-08-2020 Chinese Song, Chinese Yoyo 中文歌,扯铃

04-22-2020 Free day 自由天

05-06-2020 Party day(Bring food) 派对(带食物)

Co-Curricular: These meet during class times: Concert Choir, Festival Singers, Chamber Choir, Mirinesse and Singsations.
Climbing Club
Co-Curricular Meets twice weekly at the Auxiliary Gym Climbing Wall (October thru February).
Color Guard/Winter Guard
Meets three times per week and select weekends. Performs with the marching band in the fall. Winter Guard  competes at RMCG Association events throughout the state.
DECA Co-CurricularMeets during class time and in Room 405 as announced. For Marketing students - participates in competitions, community service activities, and leadership opportunities. Annual dues $
Do Something

Dungeons & DragonsMeets every Thursday after school in Room 404. Bring your dice and prepare for fantastic battles.
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)Co-Curricular Meets in Room 232B monthly. Members compete in business or computer-related events. Also have opportunities to participate in community service and social networking events. Annual dues $50
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)Christian based fellowship group for athletes and other interested students.
FCCLA (Family Community and Career Leaders of America)
Co-CurricularProvides student leadership and service opportunities.
Forensics (Speech & Debate Team)
Works to prepare students to compete in debate, dramatic and poetic interpretation, original oratory, and other events at periodic tournaments across the state. Meets every Monday and Thursday from 2:45pm-4:00pm in Room 222.
Forensic Science
Do you have a thirst to solve crime?  Have you previously taken or enrolled in a forensic science class and hope for more?  Or are you a student that is interested in forensic science in general?  If you said "yes" to any of these questions, then perhaps the forensic science club is just the right club fro you!  Join us every 1st and 3rd Thursday on a gold day of each month in room 203 from 3-4 pm after school.  See you there!
French Club
​Co-Curricular: Meets once a month in room 207. Come broaden your knowledge of French language and culture.
GSA/PrismMeets every Friday at 3:00 pm in Room 408. Helps everyone at RHS feel safe and comfortable being themselves.
Instrumental Music
Co-Curricular: The Rampart Instrumental Music (RIM) program has built a standing tradition of excellence. Featuring concert band, jazz ensembles, percussion, and string orchestra.
Key Club
Meets every other Tuesday in Room 116. Service learning, community connections, and global awareness. Fee $14.
Knowledge Bowl
Meets every Thursday after school in Room 201 to prepare for quiz competitions in all subject areas. $5 one time activity fee.
Korean ClubMeets every Gold Thursday at 3 pm in Room 208. Learn about Korean culture.
K-Pop is a Korean dance group/club. We practice pop dances, Korean-style, and watch music videos. We perform in the annual Rampart Multicultural Show. Come join us! 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month. We will meet in room 104 for practices.
LARP: Live Action Role PlayMeets Mondays after school in Room 202.
Make A Wish
Marching Band (Rampart Regiment)
Co-Curricular: Meets during class time in Room 109 and practices after school as required for competitions. Rampart is a 2-time CBA state marching band champion.
Multicultural Club​Meet every other Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:15 pm (first meeting 8/29) in Room 104. Talk about different cultures and taste their foods, as well as organize the multi-cultural show in November. Love to hear new ideas!
NHS: National Honor SocietyMeets every first and third Thursday of each month at 7:25 am in the auditorium. For Juniors & Seniors only, membership based on scholarship & character. Formal NHS Application.pdf process required.
No Place for Hate Coalition
Meets every Monday after school in Room 228A-come whenever you can! This group works together to build community and prevent hate and bullying at Rampart and in the larger
Programming and CyberSecurity
Rampart Green Team
Rampart Rowdies
Attend Rampart sporting events to cheer on our athletes and promote school spirit.
Rams Guiding Grizzlies (TAG ONLY)
TAG identified students mentor middle school TAG students, visits MRMS throughout the school
Rocky Mountain RoboticsMeets every Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm at Challenger Middle School. The team includes students from all District 20 high schools. The purpose is to explore robotics and build robots for competition.

Science OlympiadMeets Monday-Thursday from 3-4pm in room 202.
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
Meets every first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:25 am in Room 206. Membership based on scholarship & character.
Sources of Strength
A diverse group of teachers and students work to spread hope, help, and strength to every corner of our community. Meets regularly during lunch periods and academic
Spikeball Club
​Provide people with a fun, competitive, workout environment. Meets Fridays at 3:15
Student Council
Rampart Student Council is a dedicated, focused group of students who work with faculty and administration to support and advocate for the RHS student body.  Most members of Student Council in grades 10-12 are elected by their peers, though a number of spots are reserved for "write-ons" for those who were not elected, but must submit a letter for consideration by the executive student officers.  9th graders are represented by a class of "Emerging Leaders" who undergo a faculty-directed interview and selection process in the spring of their 8th-grade year.  Student Council is co-curricular, meeting both during class and holding after-school commitments.   
StuCo plans and executes many of our community events including dances, tailgates, and service projects like Bald 4 Bucks.  Representatives seek to serve their student peers as well as the larger RHS community, and welcome suggestions to continually better our shared community.
Swing ClubMeets every Friday after school in the Tech Wing Commons. Learn basic swing steps and fancy dance moves.
Co-Curricular The theatre program is diverse and presents everything from children's theatre, dramatic plays, musicals and an annual variety show (Ramantics).
Winter Percussion
Meets three times each week plus weekends during Winter Percussion season. Competes at RMP Association events throughout the state.
WorldQuestMeets to prepare for quiz competition on World Affairs.

Writing Club

If you love to write stories, books, etc... in your free time, come to writing club!  You can share your work and get feedback from other people!  Where? Room 233; When? After school every Thursday 2:45-3:45
Yearbook (Rampages) Co-Curricular: The Rampart High School yearbook is a student-run publication where student editors comprise the yearbook editorial and planning board which makes decisions on the content and coverage.