• Clubs and OrganizationsThe organization of clubs will take place during the first month of school.  After club rosters have been determined, advisors will arrange club meetings either before school or after school.  In order to start a club, the following criteria must be met:  have at least six members, have a club advisor/sponsor, and be approved by the administrative team.  Our school offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations which are listed below.
    Membership and participation in all student clubs and organizations are open to all students without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or other protected classifications.
    Arts' Student Council National Art Honor Society:
    • The National Art Honor Society is a program designed to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.

    National Technical Honor Society:
    • NTHS is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. Thousands of schools and colleges are affiliated with the Society. Member schools agree that NTHS encourages higher scholastic achievement, cultivates a desire for personal excellence, and helps top students find success in today's highly competitive workplace.

      Advisers: Giovanna Ayers and Toni Dupree

      Ayers-Room 2204 gayers@wcpss.net  Dupree - tdupree2@wcpss.net Office 2223C

      Meetings: Every Thursday after school

      Applications will be sent out in January or February 2019 for new membership

    Game Club:    
    • The purpose of game theory and strategy club is to improve the skills of its members not only as game players but also as game designers.  In order to be the best designers we can be, we must dissect games and determine best gaming design strategies.  We must also study games to examine game maker theories to improve overall design while improving skills in logic, theory, social construction, and overall gameplay.  


    The FFA is a student led organization that builds leadership skills and prepares students for their future while promoting successful agriculture.

    #FFAEastWake Instagram: @ffaeastwake Twitter: @eastwakeffa



    Adviser emails:

    Club Meeting Time (Club Officers ONLY): Room 1306

    Club Meeting Time (All Members): Room 1306, 1st Tuesday, 6:00pm

    For the Culture
    Our Mission: For The Culture is dedicated to advancing the understanding of others while sharing our art, talent, and culture. We also want to make a positive impact on the community. We strive to keep a safe, fun, and inclusive space for students of all backgrounds who need more opportunities to engage with their peers and the school community. FTC is an outlet for students to not only learn more about Black culture but also to build community and morale. (No religious, sexual orientation, gender, or racial exemptions)
    Advisor: Ms. Almanzar calmanzar@wcpss.net 
    Interested? Please complete this form:  https://forms.gle/kUQ1TNDo3QWwK37E8
    Instagram: @ewfortheculture



    HOSA gives students an opportunity to learn about healthcare careers and how to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA is for students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs. This club is also for any student interested in pursuing careers in health professions. Students will learn leadership development and have opportunities for recognition at the regional, state, and international levels. HOSA helps to motivate our students to become involved at our school and in our community.
    Club Meeting:
    HOSA club dues: $25 due by November 30 To Pay Dues Online: Go to the EWHS Home page, select Parents, select Online Payments, select HOSA Dues (there is a small additional fee for paying online)

    Beta Club:

    Founded by Dr. John W. Harris in Spartanburg, SC on October 26th 1934, The East Wake Alpha Chapter of the National Beta continues to share the same purpose and passion for service for over 84 years. There are now more than 500,000 active members and more than 8,750 clubs nationally and internationally. It has become the nation's largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. Our mission is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among 10-12 graders who exhibit those traits here at East Wake. To become a member of Beta you must exhibit the following traits and show academic mastery.
    • ACHIEVEMENT - Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
    • CHARACTER - Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
    • LEADERSHIP - Developing the leaders of tomorrow
    • SERVICE - Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others

      Keep up with Beta by following our Instagram and Twitter: ewhsbeta.


    The East Wake FCCLA is a national Career and Technical Student organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer science education.

    Advisors: Latiese Williams

    Advisor email: lwilliams2@wcpss.net

    Club Meeting: Every first Thursday after school @ 2:30 pm-3:30 pm ( All Members)


    The East Wake HS FCA huddle group focuses on equipping, enabling, empowering and encouraging student-athletes, coaches and adult leaders to impact and influence their campus for Christ. Our relationships with other students and staff will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence.


    Twitter: @EastWakeFCA

    Club meeting times: Huddle Group Devotion: Friday mornings at 7:00 Rm 1306 Ms. Harris’ Room AND 3rd Tuesday on Club Days 7:30-8:15 in shop. New members always welcome!

    Men of Vision and Excellence (M.O.V.E.)

    We are a club for uplifting, motivating, and teaching skills to help young men positively excel within the walls of East Wake first, then into the community, and lastly the world. #itstheMOVE

    Advisers: Coach Avery Upshur, Mr. Bassett, Mr. Hairston, Mr. Howell

    Club Meeting:

    Book Club:
    Book Club Buddies is for students who love to read for pleasure and to have thoughtful discussions about new and award-winning novels. Book club sets are obtained through the public library so we can read the same books and discuss them.  
    Advisors: Mollie Frazier and Christopher Howell (Room 1224, Media Center)
    Email: mbfrazier@wcpss.net

    Club meeting time:  We meet once a month during seminar in the Media Center (Room 1224) and communicate through the school email to let book club members know more information about our monthly meetings. 

    Interact Club:

    Interact Club prides itself on a theme of “Service Above Self”, as our students participate and lead a variety of community projects to not only help others in need, but to serve others through tutoring, guiding and mentoring. Interact Club partners with the Rotary Clubs of Wendell and Zebulon.

    Advisor:  Katie Coble

    Email: kcoble@wcpss.net

    Website: https://eastwakehighschoolcdc.weebly.com/

    Club Meeting Times: 2nd Mondays (all school year) and 4th Thursdays (October only)

    Meeting Location:  Media Center

    To be included in our REMIND account, please see Mrs. Coble or Jacqueline Martinez, our Club Secretary.


    Dance Team:

    The dance team is an audition-based ensemble that entertains with performances supporting East Wake High School, both in the school and the community, with projects highlighting positive energy, school spirit, and leadership.  It's a creative outlet for students of all levels to come together and enjoy their love of dance.



    Spanish Honor Society:

    The Spanish Honor Society (Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica) is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies. The society is open to students who are at least in the 10th grade who maintain an A for the first three consecutive quarters of study in the language and have good character. Members are allowed to earn a B in Spanish III and IV (Honors) and a C in AP Spanish.




    Meeting Date/Time:  

    We use Remind and email as a means of communication and to send information to the members of SHS.

    Pass It Foward (PIF) Club :

    The PIF Club was derived from the 'Capturing Kids Heart initiative. The mission of the club is to pass positivity to all Warriors that empowers them to build positive relationships, cultivate and promote a positive outlook that inspires them to live a more fulfilled life exemplified by the character strengths within. The P.I.F. Club recognizes individuals or groups who are not often acknowledged for the efforts and support around East Wake High School. The P.I.F. Club along with Principal Alston recognizes an East Wake Student Warrior weekly for the entire school year.

    Advisor: Annette Holliday-Mosley

    Email:  aholliday-mosley@wcpss.net

    Room: 258

    Meeting Date/Time: Every third Thursday of the month in room 258 from 2:25 PM-3:25 PM.

    We use Remind as a means of communication to send information to the members of PIF.