Clubs and Leadership Opportunities for Students

Class Sponsors

Freshman Class - Ms. Sawyers & Mrs. Corbin

Sophomore Class - Ms. Chonoles & Mr. Hatfield

Junior Class - Mrs. Bowen & Mr. Holbert

Senior Class - Mrs. Jarvis & Mr. Trust

Academic Team (VHSL Scholastic Bowl)
Mrs. Lori Henderson
American Sign Language Club
Anime Club Mrs. Christine Marie Turner
Anime is a Japanese style of animation. This club is a fun space to learn about Japanese pop culture, watch anime, read manga, play video games, and hang out with fellow enthusiasts.
Equity Council (Anti-Racism Club)
Mrs. Laura Riggan, Ms. Lorraine Dresch, Mrs. Christine Marie Turner
The purpose of the Equity Council at Waynesboro High School is to take a stand against hatred and discrimination. We will provide a safe space for expressing opinions and concerns in honest and respectful discourse. We will work together to educate ourselves and others in our community about anti-racism. Nobody should feel scared of others or scared of being themselves, in their school or community.

Beta Club  

Any student enrolled in the Business, Academic, or General program is eligible for membership provided he/she has a 3.2 average. Any candidate must also have good character and a commendable attitude. The principal or a designated person or members of the club must approve all new members. If a member’s scholastic average drops below 3.2, he/she will be reviewed by the Probation Committee. If put on probation, he/she has one semester to bring up the grade. If a member does not maintain a commendable character and attitude, he/she may also be brought before the executive committee. This committee has the power to suspend any member brought before it. 

Chess Club      
College Ambassador Program
Ms. Sadie Rosenfeld
Creative Writing Club Mr. McNett This is a fun opportunity to read and share creative writing – poetry,  fiction, and nonfiction– in an informal, supportive environment. 
Cybersecurity Club
Disco Throw Club      
Mrs. Emilie Sawyers and Mrs. Bobbie Jarvis

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America, is a non-profit, career, and technical student organization. Any student who is enrolled in or has completed a Family and Consumer Sciences course is eligible for membership.  The club offers members the opportunity to gain skills in leadership, life-planning, problem-solving, communication, and other soft skills that are essential to the workplace. Club activities will allow members to gain these skills through community service work. 

Mrs. Carissa Cline
Friends of the Library
Mrs. Karen Galenis

Friends of the Library is for students who love to read and talk about books and want to meet other readers.  Being part of WHS Friends of the Library offers students the leadership opportunity of supporting the library by assisting the staff in the selection of books and materials, planning events and activities, as well as taking the love of reading into the community.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Mrs. Bobbie Gilbert

Inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. Activities are met through the national organization by business career awareness and business topics (guest speakers), conferences, job preparation (resumes/cover letters), business topic competitions (regional/state/national), community involvement (food banks/animal shelters), and business applications. To be a member you must be enrolled in a business class during the school year.

Forensics - Competitive Speaking (Fiction and Non-Fiction Categories)
Ms. Widener

Forensics is competitive speaking. There are 10 different categories ranging from fiction to nonfiction, memorized and not memorized, funny or serious, and published or made up on the spot. All of these events are affiliated with V.H.S.L. There are competitions where you can earn medals or trophies including a state level competition. The purpose is to develop skills in self-expression and communicative arts. In other words, just be more comfortable talking in front of people. 

Future Business Leaders of America Mrs. Gilbert    
Gay-Straight Alliance Mrs. Loyacano Thank you for showing interest in the Gay-Straight Alliance club!

When we meet we often talk about gender/sexuality issues in the school and community.  We work together to come up with solutions and how to engage/inform the community about gender/sexuality issues.

This is your space to feel heard and to come together as a community to educate, advocate, and support!
Giant Word/Journalism Club Ms. Katie Matherlee

GiantWord is produced by the journalism classes at Waynesboro High School.  GiantWord will attempt to inform, influence, and entertain the Waynesboro High School community in a broad, accurate, and objective manner. GiantWord welcomes comments on any topic of concern to the WHS community.

Health Club
Honor Council Mrs. Riggan and Ms. Meade
This club is organized to promote and sustain academic integrity at  Waynesboro High School
Interact (Rotary)/SADD Club Mrs. Rudolph and Mr. Steck

This club is open to all members of the WHS student body and is associated with the Rotary Club International. Members of the Interact Club meet twice a  month to participate in community service projects 

Key Club Mrs. Sati, Mr. Ingersoll 
The Key Club is a national organization of students to recognize sophomores,  juniors, and seniors, who have good character and leadership ability and who are qualified scholastically. Some of the objectives of the club are to develop initiative and leadership, to prepare for useful citizenship, and serve the school community. CLICK HERE
Latin Club Mrs. Sati

This club is organized to provide further experiences in the study of Latin and Roman Culture.

National Art Honor Society  

The National Art Honor Society is designed to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art.

National Honor Society Ms. Laliberte The National Honor Society is a national organization of juniors and seniors who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, character, service, and scholarship to their school and community. Students in the sophomore or junior class who have attended WHS for at least one semester, who are pursuing a standard or academic diploma, and who have a minimum 3.5 G.P.A. on a weighted scale are invited to apply for NHS membership.  Members of NHS must maintain certain academic standards and complete community service hours throughout the school year. At graduation, senior members wear a stole and tassel to recognize their achievements. For more  information, refer to the Wayne Chapter NHS website:
Passport Club Mrs. Rudolph 
Participate in academic travel around the world.

Photography Club   The purpose of the club is to promote more exposure to craft and photography in a group experience.
Ritmo Latino
Ms. Jess
learn and practice a variety of Latin dance styles including: bachata, salsa, cumbia, merengue, etc.
Science Club

Ski & Snowboard Club

Spanish Club
Ms. Jess
learn and practice conversational Spanish
Sports Medicine Club

This club is designed for students who are interested in athletic training and sets to provide further experience in the study of sports medicine through various activities.

Student Government Association Mr. Heath Hatfield and Mrs. Lori Henderson
The Waynesboro High School Student Government  Association or SGA is made up of all students in good standing enrolled at WHS. The SGA’s role at WHS is (1) to give students a say in what happens at their school (2) the students are able to have a voice about how they feel and administration can have a say as well (3) setup events and organize fun school activities for the year (4) to teach/educate students about the way government functions within the school board.  
Students for High Impact Charity
Mr. David Hughes

We raise awareness and funds for the world’s most effective charities.

Tabletop Game Club
Mr. Jason McHenry and Mr. Matt Casella

A tabletop role-playing game (TRPG) is a game in which the participants describe their characters' actions through speech. Participants determine the actions of their characters based on their characterization, and the actions succeed or fail according to a set formal system of rules and guidelines. Within the rules, players have the freedom to improvise; their choices shape the direction and outcome of the game. We will start with Dungeons and Dragons 5E and see if there is interest in other popular TRPG game systems.

Thesbian Club

Any student interested in dramatic arts may be a member of the Drama  Club. Participation in the club provides the opportunity to analyze, rehearse, and help produce plays.

Yearbook Mrs. Musick Yearbook is responsible for producing the annual Waynesboro High School yearbook. Students must be enrolled in the class (Graphic Marketing) to participate. You must be accepted into the class in order to participate. In this course, students will have the opportunity to study basic marketing principles, sales, layout and design, and distribution.
Young Men of P.O.W.E.R.      
Young Ladies of P.O.W.E.R.

For young ladies talking about and come up with solutions to real-life situations.

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