Membership and participation in all student clubs and organizations is open to all students without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or other protected classifications.
Click HERE for the New Club/Student Organization Request Form.
Animation & Gaming ClubAdvisor: Jason Martinjmartin6@wcpss.net
Art Club provides a time and place for students to participate in activities that are fun and help reduce stress. Activities are designed for all levels of abilities. It is open to all students regardless if they are currently taking art.
Meetings will be held virtually on the first Thursday of every month starting in September. Meetings will be 2:30-3:30 pm.
Email Mrs. Roberts to be added to the Google Classroom.Advisor: Sara Robertssroberts2@wcpss.net
Beta ClubThe purpose of the National Beta Club is to promote the ideals of character, service, and leadership among students, to reward meritorious achievement, and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school. See our Beta Club website for updated information about activities and meetings.WFHS Advisor:Mrs. Heather FieldsMedia CenterEmail: email@example.com
The WFHS Book Club is a casual club where students who love to read can come share books that they love. In addition to weekly meetings, the Book Club hosts an annual Read and Feed Book Drive and participates in KidFest every April.Meetings: Wednesdays at 7 am in the Media CenterEmail Mrs. Fields for more detailsAdvisors: Heather Fieldshfields@wcpss.net
Brain Game TeamAdvisor: Brenda Atkinsbatkins@wcpss.net
Collision Repair Club
The Collision Repair Club is perfect for students that love to work on vehicles! It provides a place where collision repair is used to make a positive impact on the lives of all students involved. Students participate in repair activities as a group learning how to work as a team, take on leadership roles and obtain skills that can lead them to a successful career in the collision repair industry. Students may join at anytime during the year by showing up at one of the club meetings.
Meeting days and times are TBD. Contact Mr. Hawley for more information.
Advisor: Shane Hawley
DECA/Marketing AssociationDECA is a co-curricular club that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.Follow us on Twitter @wfrdecaMeetings: TBDAdvisor: Kristi Walkerknwalker@wcpss.netWebsite: http://wfdeca.weebly.com/
Dungeons and Dragons/Role Playing Games
Environmental Science ClubAdvisor:Wendy Brautmanwbrautman@wcpss.netRoom 2113
Meetings: 2nd Monday of each month in room 2113 at 2:20pm:Dec 13, Jan. 10, Feb 14, March 14, April 18, May 9th. Dates may change- please join the clubs remind, and twitter for updates.
FCAThe purpose of FCA is for students to be able to fellowship with other athletes and believers in sharing Jesus.Meetings: TBDAdvisor: William Sullivanwsullivan@wcpss.netWebsite: http://fcawfhs.weebly.com/Follow @WFCOUGARSFCA for updates
FCCLAFamily Career & Community Leaders of AmericaFamily, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a 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. FCCLA offers intra-curricular resources and opportunities for students to pursue careers that support families. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.
FFAThe mission of the FFA is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.Meetings: First Tuesday of each month - Time TBDAdvisors: Mike Johnsonmajohnson3@wcpss.netNikki Brownhbrown5@wcpss.netDana Donaldsonddonaldson@wcpss.netCheck Instagram for more updates: @wfffa
French ClubAdvisor: Brenda Atkinsbatkins@wcpss.net
French National Honor SocietyAdvisor: Brenda Atkinsbatkins@wcpss.net
Gay Straight Alliance
Meetings: Room 3606
Contact Ms. Gantz for the meeting schedule.
Advisor: Ms. Gantz
Interact is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young people. Interact gives high school students an opportunity to participate in fun and meaningful service projects. Interact Club is self-supporting and self-governing, thus encouraging the development of leadership skills. Along the way, Interactors develop their leadership skills and initiative while meeting new friends.
Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs. Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advance goodwill and peace around the world.
The Wake Forest High School Interact Club is sponsored by the Wake Forest Rotary Club. The Wake Forest Rotary Club provides support and guidance, but the WFHS Interact Club is self-governing. Club membership varies greatly. Clubs can be single gender or mixed, large or small. The WFHS Interact Club meets monthly with the option to meet on other occasions as projects and business of the club warrant. The WFHS Interact Club meets in the classroom of the advisor after school dismissal.Advisor: Jennifer Gantzjgantz@wcpss.netWake Forest Rotarian Liasons:Jennifer Gantzjgantz@wcpss.netRachel Pratherrprather@wcpss.netMeetings: TBD
International Thespian SocietyInternational Thespian Society is the international honor society for theater students who demonstrate exceptional talent and commitment to performing arts, display good character, and maintain a respectable GPA. Students who wish to become candidates for membership should contact the advisor.Advisor: Kristin Rendinakrendina@wcpss.netMeetings: 1st Monday of the MonthCheck the WFHS Theatre webpage for details
Junior Optimist International Club
Juniorettes Women's Club
Juniorette Clubs are composed of young women in middle or high school ranging from 12 to 18 years old, who work together to meet the needs of their communities through volunteer service projects.
Key Club is the largest service organization for high school students. We are focused on community service and fun! The main service opportunities are volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club, Kiwanis Bingo, Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive, Habitat for Humanity, Nursing Homes, Local Food Bank, Children's Miracle Network,Teens in the Driver Seat, and more. We also raise money for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, and the Salvation Army.
Check out our website - https://msgarciawfhs.weebly.com/key-club.html
Advisors: Donna Garciadgarcia@wcpss.netShiree Longsmlong@wcpss.net
Latin Club/Junior Classical LeagueJunior Classical League is a national organization for middle and high school students in Classical Studies classes. Students in this club compete in academics and arts at the state and national level.
National Achievers SocietyHonor Society for Minority Students or any students who are interested in helping to close the Achievement Gap. The organization is sponsored by the Urban League. Students must have a 3.0+ GPA to receive an invitation to join and must maintain that to remain a member, along with meeting attendance and community service requirements. Students can only be inducted their sophomore or junior years.Meetings: TBDAdvisor: Bettina Popebpope@wcpss.netRodney Leerlee@wcpss.net
National Art Honor Society
National Art Honor Society membership is by teacher recommendation only.Advisors: Ruth Osbornrmosborn@wcpss.net
National English Honor Society
Juniors and Seniors who have received an A in an AP English class and have an overall GPA of 3.0 are invited to apply in the Fall and Spring. The club does a variety of English enrichment activities, in addition to offer tutoring opportunities through their members.
National Honor SocietyJuniors and Seniors who have received an overall weighted GPA of 4.0 or higher from the previous school year will be invited to apply for membership into National Honor Society in the Fall.Advisor: Shekinah Hurstshurst@wcpss.net
National Honor Society for Dance ArtsAdvisor: Hallie Hoyhhoy@wcpss.net
National Latin Honor SocietyAdvisor: Rebecca Stephenrstephen@wcpss.net
Science Honor Society
The Science Honor Society is for 11th and 12th graders only. Email Mrs. Wojo for the meeting link.Advisor: Tara Wojciechowskitwojciechowski@wcpss.netElias Zaytounezaytoun2@wcpss.net
Science Olympiad is open to science enthusiasts in all grade levels. Email Mrs. Wojo for the meeting link.Advisor: Tara Wojciechowskitwojciechowski@wcpss.netElias Zaytounezaytoun2@wcpss.net
SGAWe are the "voice" of the Cougars! Our association is built up of each grade level's elected officers and representatives. As our school's leaders, we proudly host Homecoming, Student Legislative Assembly, class elections, and various other service projects.Meetings: Specific meeting dates can be found on our SGA website.Advisor: Sarah Freemanswfreeman@wcpss.netWebsite: http://wfsga.weebly.com
Spanish Honor Society
Speech and Debate Club
Description: Speech and Debate is a club dedicated to developing argumentative and public oration skills in students in order to prepare them for leadership roles.
Advisors: Jaya Martin
Sports Medicine ClubAdvisor: Rebecca Jonesrjones7@wcpss.net
Advisor: Elias Zaytoun
Sustainable Transportation Education ProjectAdvisor: David Sanderdsander@wcpss.netMeetings: Email Mr. Sander for information
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Tri-M Music Honor Society is an international program dedicated to the recognition of exceptional music students. Students in this honor society must meet the music, academic, leadership, and character criteria asked of every Tri-M member nationally.
For more information, see our website at http://wfhschoir.weebly.com/tri-m.html.
Adviser: Mary McGrath
Remind - @g233k6d
Instagram - @wfhs_unified
Twitter - @wfhs_unified
Second Wednesday of each month.
We hold holiday parties, tailgates, and other fun activities throughout the year to make our special friends feel like welcome members of the Wake Forest community.
President: Elle Wehner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Ashleigh Scheuerle, email@example.com
Secretary: Amanda Putney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor - Rita Coby, email@example.com
ECS Teacher Helper - Lisa Leary firstname.lastname@example.org
VEX Robotics ClubAdvisor: David Sanderdsander@wcpss.netMeetings: TBD, Email Mr. Sander
Wake Forest Dream League Buddy Club2021 Update: Click the link below for information on the 2021 season.
The Dream League Buddy Club is a group of high school students who help students with special needs play baseball on Saturday mornings in the Spring. A smile and a kind heart are all the skills needed to have a great time helping others to have fun. Join the Dream League Buddy Club and earn community service hours. Informational meetings are held in February to assist with registration. Six games are played on Saturdays during April and May. Buddies must attend at least two.Meetings: TBD, Email Ms. Suits for informationAdvisor: Janis Suitsjsuits@wcpss.netWebsite: www.wakeforestdreamleague.com
Women in STEMAdvisor: David Sanderdsander@wcpss.net
Who is Writer’s Club for? Writer’s Club is for any aspiring 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade writers of:
-We meet twice per month. We have free-writes, “virtual” get-togethers, collaboration, and camaraderie.
Meetings: TBD, Email Mr. CookAdvisor: John Cookjcook1@wcpss.net
Youth and Government Club
Advisor: Jeremiah Mattingly
Meetings: TBD, Email Mr. Mattingly