What is Key Club?

Key Club is one of the oldest student-led service organizations that promotes responsibility, leadership, and integrity. As members of the Kiwanis International, Key Clubbers work hard to improve their home, school, and community. Key Club's core values are leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness.

The first Key Club was established at Sacramento High  School on May 7th, 1925. Since then, Key Club has spread to almost 5,000 high school campuses and 35 different countries, primarily in the United States and Canada. It has also grown internationally to the Caribbean nations, Central and South America, and most recently to Asia and Australia. With over 12 million hours of community service a year, Key Club International is an organization comprised of multi-state districts, divisions, and individual Key Clubs on high school campuses around the world.

Who makes up Division 26 South?

Division 26 South is located in Region 9 of the Cali-Nev-Ha District. Our mascot is the Blue Devil and our division is comprised of various schools throughout the Bay Area, including:

  • Acalanes

  • Athenian

  • Amador Valley

  • California

  • Campolindo

  • Dougherty Valley

  • Dublin

  • Las Lomas

  • Mira

  • Monte Vista

  • San Ramon Valley

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Division 26 South History

1996 - 1997: Division 26 and Division 40 were together as Division 26/40 with one Lieutenant Governor.

1997 - 1998: Kiwanis realign Division 40 into the following divisions:

Division 2, 12, & 26.

1998 - 2002: Division 26 stayed as one division.

2002 - 2006: Division 26 South's mascot was the thunderbolts, with division colors of yellow and blue.

2012: Division 26 realigns into Division 26 North and Division 26 South. The two divisions had a mascot of the Yin and Yang. Division 26 North was the Yang while Division 26 South was the Yin.

2014 - present: Division 26 South and Division 26 North switch mascots and become the Red Devils (26N) and Blue Devils (26S)

For more information, please visit the CNH Cyber-Key here!

Lieutenant Governors

Carissa Yen (2012-2013)
Julia Shen (2013-2014)
Cleavian Hsia (2014-2015)
Angel Lau (2015-2016)
Vivian Chu (2016-2017)
Jonathan Lum (2017-2018)
​Justin Tang (2018-2019)

Katherine Tang (2019-2020)

Caroline Lobel (2020-2021)

Joyce Tong (2021-2022)

Notable Leadership

Carissa Yen

​Member Recognition Chair

2013-2014

 

Cleavian Hsia

Kiwanis Family and Foundation Chair

2015-2016

 

Angel Lau

District Secretary 

2016-2017

 

Vivian Chu

District Treasurer

2017-2018​

Zoe Yao

District News Editor 

2017-2018

 

Jonathan Lum

District Governor

2018-2019

 

Zoe Yao

District Secretary

2018-2019

Archisma Kavalipati

District Technology Editor

2018-2019

Joyce Wu

District Policy, International, Elections Chair

2019-2020

Joyce Tong

District Communications and Marketing Chair

2021-2022