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Clubs are an important part of student life at WCHS.
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  • Sponsors:  Susan Campbell

    Meetings:  1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month

    Time:  2:45 - 3:45 pm

    Room:  205

  • Sponsors: Mr. Gumucio

    Meetings:  Every Monday

    Time:  2:45 - 3:30 pm

    Room: 950

  • Sponsors: Mr. Strahan

    Meetings:  1st Tuesday of each month

    Time:  2:40 - 3:30 pm

    Room:  805

    Fees/Dues: $3.00

  • We meet to discuss all things books. We read common genres, titles, or choose your own!

    Sponsors = Ms. Wilson

    Meetings = every Tuesday

    Time = 2:45 to 3:30

    Room = 704

    Dues = NA

  • Students are members of FBLA and DECA and participate in one leadership development day per year. Students then prepare for competitive events related to business and marketing. The Competitive Events Program allows students to put their experience, skills and knowledge to the test through online events, case studies, and written papers.  Our online testing is from December to January and our competition dates are in February, March, April & June.

    Sponsors: Brandon Rabel

    Meetings: Not Regular – TBD

    Room: The Nest

    Dues including competition: $25

  • Sponsors:  

    Meetings:  Once a month on a Thursday



  • FCA allows students to meet with other students who are interested in living a Christ-centered life. This club is not limited to student athletes and is free to join!

    Sponsors: Doug Garrison, & Stephany Kelley

    Meetings: Wednesdays

    Time: 7:10 a.m.

    Room: Cardinal Theatre

    No fees. No sign-up required. Just show up.

  • Future Business Leaders of America is a competitive business club. Students who join will get the opportunity to compete against other FBLA chapters at the district level, and potentially at the state level as well. Events include Officer workshops, Better Your Best Business Conference, MSSU Business Contest, FBLA Districts, FBLA State, and Crowder College Business contest.

    Sponsors = Brady Bridges

    Meetings = Once Per Month 

    Time = 7:20 a.m. -7:35 a.m.

    Room = 1001

    Dues = $31 for national, state, and district dues. ($12 t-shirt optional)


  • National Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in public and private school through grade 12. Through this organization, students will be able to develop and enhance their leadership skills, participate in community service, travel, compete in regional, state, and national competitions, and boost their resumes!

    Sponsors: Amanda Eckols and Amber Hunt

    Meetings: Every Friday

    Time: 7:10 a.m. (breakfast provided)

    Room: 103

    Dues: $25 to join (includes t-shirt)

  • Future Teachers of America makes 4 field trips throughout the school year to schools in the district to observe, learn & grow and also have fun craft time with the students. We currently offer 2 AM trips and 2 full day trips. We would like to begin plans for implementing Adopt-a-Class again in the future, but for now we encourage our students to be a part of Hi-Step and PALS in addition to our club to get the full experience.

    Sponsor: Whitney Baker

    Meetings:  First Meeting: Thursday, Sept 22 in the Commons, then Fridays on these dates - Oct. 7, Nov. 11, Feb. 3, and April 7

    Time: 7:20 a.m.

    Room: 112

    Dues: $20

  • Lean the basics of gardening and how to get the most out of your plants! We do fun activities, crafts, seed-saving, food preparation, and growing.

    Sponsors:  Madame Morgan

    Meetings:  2nd & 4th Thursdays of every month

    Time:  7:00 - 7:35 am

    Room:  941

    Dues: $10 per year

  • Sophomore, Junior, and Senior high school students apply and are selected to participate through a teacher evaluation process. They then visit 3rd and 4th grade classes in Webb City School District to talk about confidence and self-esteem, positive communication, social media interactions, peer pressure, and saying no to drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

    Sponsor: Leigh Miller

  • The Marksmanship Team is open to all JROTC cadets. Students must pass a rifle safety test at the beginning of the school year at 100% to be on the team.

    Sponsors: LTC Elder

    Meetings: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

    Time: 3:00 p.m.

    Room: JROTC Training Area

    To access the JROTC website, please click on the following link:

    Please visit the JROTC Canvas Course for more information.

  • Drill Team is open to all JROTC cadets who want to competitively compete in precision marching competitions with and without weapons. 

    Sponsor: 1SG Attaway

    Meetings: Monday - Friday

    Time: 6:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m.

    Room: JROTC Training Area or the Girls Gym

  • Honor Guard is a highly coveted position where cadets must try-out to be on the team. Honor Guard performs as a Color Guard at school and community events.

    Sponsor: 1SG Attaway

    Meetings: Monday - Friday

    Time: 6:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m.

    Room: JROTC Training area or the Girls Gym

  • You will develop leadership skills, help out your community, be involved in school activities, and establish new friendships.

    Sponsors:  Krista Peak

    Meetings:  Tuesday mornings (twice monthly)

    Time:  7:00 - 7:30 am

    Room:  605

    Please Note:  This club is a prerequisite to be eligible to apply for Student Council the following year.

  • Junior and Senior volunteers attend two training sessions to prepare curriculum for freshman orientation. They then host the Freshman Orientation day and welcome all incoming freshmen by getting to know them and helping them become familiar with the building.

    Sponsor: Amelia Ross

  • The National Art Honor Society is dedicated to promoting art awareness throughout the school.  Students do art related services, maintain a 3.0 GPA and participate in field trips to local art events and venues.

    Sponsor: Audrey Hogan

    Meetings: 3rd Tuesday of each month

    Time: 7:20 a.m.

    Room: 802

    An application and membership dues are required to join.

  • Junior and Senior volunteers in the Peer Assistance and Leadership (PALS) program visit Webb City elementary schools once per quarter to mentor selected elementary students. They get to know each other and develop a relationship to encourage the student to stay in school, get involved, and work on setting and achieving goals.

    Sponsor: Hailey Roderique

  • Students rehearse, create, and present theatrical productions.  A musical is presented in the fall and straight play in the spring.  We also may do a children's play, a one-act, and/or a reader's theatre in the spring. Students can participate either as an actor on stage or behind the scenes with the set and/or costumes. Play Production is open to all students. You do NOT need to be enrolled in a theatre class to participate. We have on-stage roles and backstage crew so there is something for everyone.

    We have multiple opportunities a year for those interested in Theatre:

    A Musical in November ---- Auditions held in early September

    A Children's Play in February ---- Auditions held in December

    One-Act and Readers Theatre ---- Competition held in Spring

    Spring Show ---- Auditions held in December

    Rehearsal and construction times are according to the tech and actor rehearsal schedule.

    Sponsors: Tracy Eden, Nancy O'Banion, and Teresa Sumler

  • Accountability – Take responsibility for our actions on and off campus that influence the lives of others.
    Communication – Show love to everyone through our words and actions.
    Empowerment – Empower students to take initiative and give their best to the mission God has for their life.
    Integrity – To act with honesty and character without compromising the truth.
    Leadership – To lead with courage in order to shape the future.
    Relationship – Encourage relationships with God and with others.
    Community – Establish community among the student body, and use that strength to impact the local community through service projects and supporting current causes.

    Sponsors:  Madame Morgan

    Meetings:  Every Friday

    Time:  7:10 - 7:35 am

    Room:  951

  • SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance) strives to promote acceptance, understanding, and support for all students

    Sponsor:  Mrs. Wilson

    Meetings:  Every Wednesday

    Time: 2:45 - 3:30 p.m.

    Room: 704

  • Scholar Bowl participates in academic competitions all over the COC. 

    Sponsor: Dustin Craft

    Meetings: Every Wednesday

    Time: 2:45 - 3:30 pm

    Room: 400 

    Please email the sponsor to sign up for this club.

  • Making the application of the sciences in the real whole possible.

    Sponsors = Melissa Reed, Shauna Friend, Kayla Howard, and all high school science teachers.

    Meetings:  2nd Tuesday of each month, September to April

    Time:  7:22 am (come as soon as doors open)

    Room: 304

    Dues: $5

  • Competitive Theatre, Speech, and Debate is a combination of public speaking, acting, and arguing all in one competitive sport. There are three “tracks” that students can take: Speech, Performance, and Debate. We compete in 28 different categories of events at weekend tournaments from October-June on the local, state, and national levels.  Students choose which events they want to compete in, whether to compete as individuals or with partners, and which tournaments they will attend.  They may take the Competitive Theatre and Debate class to help them prepare, but it is NOT a requirement.  This team provides many opportunities for students to win trophies, national awards, and scholarships.

    Sponsors: Head Coach - Tiffany Bolin, Assistant Coach - Nikki Owens, Assistant Coach - Morgan Cantu

    Meetings/Practices: Every other Tuesday

    Time:  2:45pm-3:30pm

    Room: 100

    Fees:  First year competition students are responsible for a one-time $20 National Speech and Debate Association fee to become a lifetime member and an eligible competitor.

    Twitter: @WCDebate

    Facebook: Search for WCDebate

    Instagram: wchsdebateteam

    Please email Ms. Bolin to sign up for this club.

  • We discuss all things theatre and attend field trips to do fun, theatrical things like the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, attending plays, etc.! Students do not have to be in theatre class or productions to join our group.

    Sponsor: Tiffany Bolin and Nancy O'Banion

    Meetings: Every other Tuesday

    Time: 2:45-3:30 PM

    Room: Barton Theatre

    Join: Theatre at WCHS on Student Square (ParentSquare) for more info and a calendar of our events.

  • We positively participate in the political process. We discuss various current events. Participate in the various political activities in the area. Basically, we learn how each of us can positively impact the political process.

    Sponsor: Mr. Gumucio

    Meetings: Every Thursday

    Time:  2:40 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

    Room: 950

    No sign-up is required. Just show up.

  • A club for those who love to write and wish to share and discuss their own creative works!

    Sponsors = Ms. Wilson

    Meetings = 1st and 3rd Thursdays

    Time = 2:45 to 3:30

    Room = 704

    Dues = NA