Clubs & Activities
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
Adviser: Jennifer Talamini
The High School Drama Club performs one or two major productions each year, with an average cast of more than 40 students. Drama Club truly represents the body of Christ as we all use our different gifts, on stage or back stage, with costumes, tech, sets, or lights.
Director: Mary Dykstra
HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for secondary, postsecondary, middle school, adult, and collegiate students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions.
Adviser: Stacey Savage
This club gives promising math students an opportunity to sharpen their skills and compete with other similarly-talented students throughout the region. The WCS Math Club participates in a variety of competitions.
Adviser: Katie Carbone
National Honor Society
The John T. Bajema Chapter of the National Honor Society recognizes and honors students who have met the four requirements of membership: academics, service, character, and leadership.
Adviser: Lillian Christy
The Robonauts compete each year in FIRST Robotics Competitions. Under strict rules and limited time and resources, teams of high school students are challenged to build industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game in alliance with other teams.
Adviser: Ben Randolph
Student Council plans fundraisers and social events, including prom, for WCHS students. Student Council supports other student organizations financially and with volunteer help.
Adviser: Kelly Penning
Students develop and distribute a high school yearbook of about 100 pages, to be delivered in mid-November. The yearbook’s planning and production is completed by students using digital photography and digital production technology.
Adviser: Kelly Penning
At WCHS, we offer students opportunities in many different areas of school life in order to develop the leadership skills of our diverse student body. We believe leadership at WCHS is a ministry and service to others.
Learn more about Leadership Opportunities.
Students vocalists and musicians work as a team to plan worship that utilizes the gifts and talents of all the band members.
Band members direct and lead the Middle School student body in worship.
Adviser: Baird Lashley
The Middle School Drama Club performs one major production each year. Middle School students learn acting, singing, choreography, backstage management, and more by participating in this high energy, after-school club. Past productions include Annie, Dear Edwina, and Seussical.
Directors: Liz LaRosa, Natalie VandenAkker, and Lina Avila
Math Olympiad is an international program designed for students who enjoy math and want to be challenged to a new level of excellence. The goals of Math Olympiad are to stimulate enthusiasm for math, introduce new concepts, and foster mathematical creativity.
Adviser: Samantha Cook
Pizza & Paperbacks
This popular book club program encourages students to independently read a selected young adult novel. Students then meet after school and enjoy pizza, snacks, and book discussion.
Adviser: Terry Ebbeling
Prefects Team Leaders
Students prepare a periodic school newspaper covering Middle School events, activities, and news.
Students develop and distribute a middle school yearbook. The yearbook’s planning and production is completed by students using digital photography and digital production technology.
Students in 4th and 5th grade may apply to be a member of our Chapel Committee. This team leads elementary chapel through prayer, skits, and song. Click ‘Learn More’ to hear from some of our past members.
Students can participate in Youth Hoops or Soccer Club to build basic skills and compete against other teams. Registration information (when open) can be found at the link below
Do you love books? Or talking about books? What about pizza? Well Literacy Lunch might just be what you are looking for! Literacy Lunch is an optional reading enrichment opportunity for students grades 3-5. In your spare time you read the book of the month and complete a mini project. Then we meet in the library during lunch at the end of the month, eat pizza, and discuss the book!