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What is Interact?

Interact is a Jackson Rotary-sponsored service club for Argonaut High School students. Interact Club was founded in 1962; "Interact" stands for "International Action." The club gives students an opportunity to participate in fun and meaningful service projects. Students are able to connect with others in their community through the various service projects. 


The Argonaut High School Interact Club participates in a community based service project each year in San Francisco.  The Club members volunteer to serve meals in the Daily Free Meals Program. This opportunity is a transformative experience. At this event, Interact members help serve 2,000 meals and assist with everything from serving food, to bussing tables, to handing out silverware and condiments.


Benefits of Joining Interact:

*Community Service hours

*An avenue to give back to our  community

*Be involved

*Meet new people

*Club members can develop initiative, leadership skills and lasting friendships


Club Projects:

*Caroling with the local Hospice organization at the convalescent homes in Amador County

*Decorating Downtown Jackson with Wreaths for the Christmas Season

*Serving at various events for local organizations

"Bring the Change" Program to raise monies for Blood Cancer patients and their  families 


Through these activities Interact members can learn the importance of leadership skills and personal integrity, to demonstrate helpfulness and respect for others, understand the value of individual responsibility and hard work and to advance good will in our community.

Interact members roll up our sleeves and make a difference in the lives of others!   

On April 20 and 21, Argonaut Drama sent a small contingent of students to the Mother Lode Drama Festival, a competition attended by eight regional high schools, including a couple of elite arts magnates. We had so much fun... and took home hardware, too! 

Will Molinelli made it to Male Solo Semi-Finals, James Smith and Charity Goldsmith-Ding *both* took home individual performance awards (the first time any Argonaut student has done so at MLDF), and our one-act play earned a Superior, the equivalent of a Gold Medal. 

The other two competitors were Brendelynn Stuart and Charlie Chiero, who also represented Argonaut wonderfully.  




Congratulations go out to Sophia Gomez & Deja Douglas in the development and production of the Video “Lost Connection”. Their Video tied for First Place in the 2018 Student Voices Campaign, on behalf of the California Alliance for Arts Education. This was a collaboration between the Art & Video Production classes here at Argonaut. Their video will be screened this Saturday, April 7th at the Oakland Museum, and they will meet the film crew from the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”. It is very important for our students to speak up and support the arts, so we can keep these valuable programs in our school. 


Argonaut High School was established in 1976 in the rural town of Jackson, California. It is the home of the Mustangs, as well as the home to students from Ione, Jackson, Pine Grove, Pioneer, and Sutter Creek. Amador County has an estimated population of over 38,000 residents and covers 606 square miles. There are over 532 students attending Argonaut High School at this time.

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Argonaut's Campus is the largest of the school campuses in the Amador County School District covering 40 Acres of land and multiple fields for Sports.

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Our own FFA at the Anaheim Convention Center 2018