Find a Chapter

Locating a Chapter of the California High School Democrats

Local chapters, located within individual high schools and communities across the country, make up the pulse of the High School Democrats of America as a whole. Members on the local level work on campaigns, hold fundraisers, and even run for office themselves in order to improve their communities and turn their districts blue.

What is a School-Based Chapter?

A School-Based Chapter is a local chapter of the California High School Democrats that is centered at a school. It is a club authorized by the school and draws its membership from the student population. In the map below, School-Based Chapters are labelled in blue.

What is a Community-Based Chapter?

A Community-Based Chapter is a local chapter of the California High School Democrats that is centered around a community, city or county. It draws its membership from high school students living within its respective region, not just from one high school. In the map below, School-Based Chapters are labelled in black.

If you find a chapter near you that you can join, reach out to their President using the contact information included in the map. Also, make sure that you register yourself as a member of the California High School Democrats here!

If you don't see a chapter near you that you can join, why not start your own chapter? Find out how to start your own CAHSD chapter here!

Welcome to CAHSD

Our Mission

From the suburban neighborhoods of Orange County to the bustling streets of San Francisco, we work tirelessly to support Democratic candidates and legislation.

Our Bylaws

CAHSD leadership consists of an Chair and Vice Chair elected annually, and an appointed Executive Board that works to conduct statewide initiatives and plan events.

Our Leadership

The Executive Board works to expand and promote the organization while also ensuring that all chapters and members are connected with opportunities to grow their political involvment.

Find a Chapter

Local chapters, located within individual high schools and communities across the country, make up the pulse of the High School Democrats of America as a whole.