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    West Seattle Clubs and Activities

    lockers in school hallway

    West side student-oriented activities are designed to provide additional educational opportunities for students. WSHS offers a variety of clubs for students to be involved in and there is something for YOU  here at West Seattle High School!

    Please contact the staff member who is the advisor of any club you are interested in joining.  If a club a web page for their group, click on the group name to get to it.

    If you have any questions on any of the programs listed above or would like to talk to our YMCA representative, please contact Amber Donaldson at (206) 252-8778.

    Service Groups

    GROUP

    PURPOSE

    CONTACT

    Earth Club

    To work together towards a cleaner, greener school environment. We run composting and recycling in the lunch room, we have a rain garden and an edibles garden, and we are working to certify WSHS as a WA State Green School.
    Location: Room 141
    Meeting Time: Wednesday after school

    Ms. Hall

    Key Club

    Part of an international student club focused on community service. Key Club is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.
    Location: Room 205
    Meeting Time: Monday after school

    Ms. Depew

    National HonorSociety

    Students in grades 10-12 can join if they have a GPA of 3.5 or above.This club is focused on community service and academic success.
    Location:
    Room 242

    Meeting Time: 1st Friday; officers Tuesday/after school as needed – lunch

    Ms. Phelps

    UNICEF Club

    Location: Room 219

    Meeting Time: Tuesday during 2nd lunch

    Laura McCarthy

    Link Crew

    Link Crew is a high school transition program that works to train high school juniors and seniors as peer mentors (Link Leaders) for incoming 9th graders, and these mentors serve as positive role models and help guide the freshmen through a successful transition to high school.

    Click here for more information about Link Crew.

    Laura McCarthy


    Interest Groups

    GROUP

    PURPOSE

    CONTACT

    Art Club

    Location: Room 158

    Meeting Time: Monday, 3:35-4:45pm

    Ms. Sloan

    Beyond the Mat (pro-wrestling)

    Location: Room 213

    Meeting Time: Monday, 3:45-4:45pm

    Mr. Wiener

    Cheer

    Jessie Fisher/ Jasmyne Agregado/Nadine Nguyen

    Drama Club

    The purpose of the drama club is twofold: to offer an environment in which students can learn about the theatre and have an opportunity to express those talents not addressed by other extracurricular activities; and to offer theatrical entertainments to both the students and community of West Seattle.
    For more info see
    westsidedrama.com.
    Location: Theater
    Meeting Time: Daily

    Mr. Finley

    FCCLA
    (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)

    Leadership development, community service, competitions in family, career, community and family consumer science department categories.
    Location: Room 147/149
    Meeting Time: TBD

    Ms. Boynton/Ms. Klein

    Feminist Club

    Location: Room 246

    Meeting Time: Wednesday’s bi-weekly during lunch

    Mr. Couture

    Film Club

    Location: Room 125

    Meeting Time: See Mr. Riley for schedule.

    Mr. Riley

    Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

    Location: Room 226

    Meeting Time: Tuesday, 3:35-4:35pm

    Ms. Lombard & Mr. Fitzgerald

    Girls Who Code

    Location: Room 212

    Meeting Time: TBD

    Mr. Miller

    Library Club

    Location: Library

    Meeting Time: TBD

    Ms. Carlson

    TSA (Technology Student Association)

    Location: Room 105

    Meeting Time: Day TBD; 3:35pm

    Ms. Sloan


    Cultural Groups

    GROUP

    PURPOSE

    CONTACT

    Diversity Club

    To celebrate diversity in our school and bring unity through our differences. Equity through diversity.
    Location: Room 141
    Meeting Time: Wednesday, both lunches

    Ms. Hall

    Native American and Alaska Natives Club

    For students interested in celebrating the Native American culture. We celebrate Native culture and participate in various activities offered in our area specifically geared for Native culture (field trips, college visits).
    Location:Room 143
    Meeting Time:
    2nd Tuesday of the month during 1st and 2nd lunch

    Mrs. Tortorice and Ms. Jones