South Pasadena High School offers a wealth of extracurricular opportunities to its students. With more than 100 award-winning sports teams, clubs, and activities, SPHS makes it possible to extend and enrich students’ academic experience. From volleyball to Virtual Business, from jazz to journalism, from sustainability to stage crew, there are activities to capture the imagination of every student.
For almost 50 years, the SPHS Tiger Booster Club has been there to help make it all happen. Each year, we raise hundreds of thousands of dollars through Tiger Bingo, Booster Bash, Tiger Run, membership contributions and other fundraisers. These dollars go directly to support teams, clubs, and educational programs that contribute to the creation of balanced human beings and a memorable high school career.
Operated and sustained by volunteers, the South Pasadena Tiger Booster Club is a non-profit organization that draws its members from the entire community: parents, alumni, coaches, teachers, high school staff, and local businesses. We are united by our determination to provide the best possible experience for SPHS students.
We are proud to help provide significant financial support for the activities and experiences that enable our high school to provide a full and rich experience in and out of the classroom. Won’t you join us?
Each year SPHS Tiger Booster Club awards five $1,000 scholarships to SPHS seniors. This year we are proud to announce the following recipients:
Liza Echeverria – Flossie Clarich Scholarship, given to a female student athlete who has displayed unselfish qualities and who has done more to help other athletes by their actions and initiative.
Andrew Rudchenko – Lew Clement Scholarship, given to a male student athlete who has displayed unselfish qualities and who has done more to help other athletes by their actions and initiative.
Robert Rush – Rick Booth Memorial Scholarship, given to an athlete who not only demonstrates outstanding athletic ability, but also exemplifies the qualities of determination, intensity and the drive to be the best you can be.
Brennan Yu – Tiger Seal Award, given to students who’s involvement at SPHS helped make it a better place. The recipients have left their mark on the school and the students they interacted with.
Hee Jin Ym - Tiger Seal Award, given to students who’s involvement at SPHS helped make it a better place. The recipients have left their mark on the school and the students they interacted with.
Congratulations to our 2014 Scholarship Recipients!
during the rescheduled Triannual Bingo committee meeting held at the Louie residence Sunday night. Topics discussed at this working meeting included how to find and retain new bingo patrons, how to deliver a better bingo experience for all patrons, how to keep our regular players happy and the Tiger Bingo financials. Additionally the respective bingo committees scheduled their member work dates. To find out more about the inner workings of Tiger Bingo please fill out the bingo volunteer forms and volunteer!
Don’t miss the annual Tiger Run on Saturday morning, Dec. 7, at South Pasadena High School! This USATF-sanctioned event includes a fast, flat 5K course; a 10K course with some challenging hills; a 5K cycle tour; a 5K wheelchair race; and a 400-meter Tiger Cub run for kids age 10 and under. Have fun while supporting SPHS extracurricular programs! For all the details, go to www.sptigerrun.com.
Said Tiger Bingo volunteer SPHS Principal Janet Anderson. Join Ms. Anderson and like minded Bingo volunteers to support your student’s high school experience. Bingo volunteer Janet Anderson shown hard at work, Flash anyone?
Show your support like Ms. Anderson does, volunteering. Fill in the Bingo Volunteer Form and a Booster Club Volunteer coordinator will contact you about volunteering.
Are you free this Saturday night, or next? You can help raise money for the high school by working Bingo! New this year, you don’t need to wait for your team or group night – you can sign up right now to work with your friends. Click here for the 411!