Clubs & Activities

WCHS Student Clubs & Activities

WCS is an academically challenging school that supports and encourages children to stretch, explore and excel in many non-academic arenas. Our programs in athletics, music, visual arts, and drama, as well as our service and special interest clubs, give students many avenues to develop their whole person in a distinctively Christian way.

High School


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

Drama Club

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

Math Club

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

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

Leadership Opportunities

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.