Wednesday Apr 08 2009 comments Rocklin High student starts Habitat for Humanity club By: Photos by Philip Wood, Gold Country News Service -A +A Rocklin High School Senior Tyler Garrison looks at the display the campus Habitat for Humanity display that features the state of California with 9,500 nails in it. Each nail represents 10 homeless children in the state. Rocklin High School Habitat for Humanity club member Nick Schafer looks at the display the club made with 9,500 nails inside the borders of California in it. Each nail represents 10 homeless children in the state. Nick Schafer, a student at Rocklin High School, started the Habitat for Humanity Club at his school. Rocklin High School junior Meena Sandhu, left, looks over an information piece about Habitat for Human-ity and said she wants to make a donation. Habit for Humanity club members Christi Schimke, Averi Greberding, Alex Prekeges and Lauren Bloemke prepare fliers to give to students on the Rocklin High School campus.