Clubs

Friends in Nature

Escape the lunchroom - Make Friends in Nature. Looking for a relaxing and social way to spend your lunch break? Join Portola's Friends in Nature club! Every Wednesday, meet under the trees and enjoy the fresh air with classmates. It's a great chance to unwind, chat with friends new and old, and soak up some sunshine. See you there.

Game Lab

Start your day off right at Portola Middle School's Game Lab! This before-school program lets you hang out with friends, meet teachers in a relaxed setting, and enjoy video games for a fun 40 minutes. It's the perfect way to wake up, socialize, and get ready for a winning school day.

Garden Club

The Garden Club is a club that plants California Native plants, waters them, and cares for them inside the school campus.  The club also helps to learn more about California Native, wildflowers and other plants and how to plant and water them.  Members talks about what plants are adapted to drought tolerant, hot, cold, windy, or snowy climate.  It is a club where students also learn about the history of California, The Portola Expedition, The Rancho period (Rancho Santa Ana de Abajo that used to be on this site) and plants that were around during those times, and how to keep a sustainable native plant garden.  The club paints signs and murals to accentuate the gardens.

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

National Junior Honor Society is a nationwide organization, made up of students who have performed well academically in school and have proved to be model citizens as well. Its purpose is to give its members the opportunity to serve their fellow students and their community, in hopes that they experience the virtue of charity. Members tutor students in different academic subjects, help their teachers, and walk charity miles to support St. Jude Hospital’s research to help kids suffering from cancer.

Yoga Club

Find your inner zen! ‍Portola Middle School's Yoga Club! We meet after school for relaxing yoga poses, breathing exercises, and mindfulness activities. It's a great way to unwind, de-stress, and connect with classmates in a positive and supportive environment. Open to all levels, so come stretch, have fun, and build your overall well-being.