Clubs at Wilsonville High School

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Clubs at Wilsonville High School

One of the clubs here at WHS - Model UN

One of the clubs here at WHS - Model UN

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One of the clubs here at WHS - Model UN

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One of the clubs here at WHS - Model UN

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Wilsonville High School is full of so many clubs that our students don’t even know about! Being involved in clubs throughout high school is something that will help teenagers meet people with similar interests, make friends, learn/have a say in things in the community, etc. Our school supports 20 different clubs that meet throughout each month.

The four main categories that these clubs fall under are academics, athletics, arts, and community. Our athletic clubs include the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) who meet every Thursday during lunch in the main gym. Other athletic clubs include the Wildcat Unified Club (Wednesdays at lunch in room 207) and Willie Fit, a new club starting in mid February that will meet after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 97.

Clubs that meet on Tuesday’s during lunch include the Environmental Action Club (room 104), the Female Empowerment Club (room 112) and National Honor Society (auditorium). After school on Tuesdays, the Robotics Team meets at 6:30 pm in the robotics room. On Wednesdays during lunch, the National Art Honor Society (room 80), the Gay Straight Alliance Club (room 225) and the Making Miracles Club (room 215) all meet. Wednesdays after school, the Casual Arts Club meets in room 80.

The Drama Club (auditorium) and the Classroom Law Project (room 127) meet on Thursday’s during lunch. The Model United Nations (room 115) and the Art Club (room 80) all meet on Thursday’s after school.

A few other clubs such as the Business Club, Debate Club, the Rotary Club, the MEChA Club, and the Unplug Club meet as well.

The publicist of the drama club, junior Cormac Lister shares why he thinks it is so important to be involved in a club here at school. “Clubs are a good way to find people who are similar to you.” He adds, “the people in the clubs you attend all have similar interests as you so you know you will be comfortable to be around them.” Lister then expresses why people should join drama club specifically. “There are so many cool opportunities that you can experience in drama club, such as singing and acting in musicals/plays and participating in regionals.”

Get the experience of a high school club by attending any meeting this week!