2012/2013 Updated Club Roster & Info
API - Asian Pacific Islands Club. API celebrates cultural diversity on campus, and students from ALL backgrounds are welcome. Meetings in A-5 during lunch on Wednesday; Advisor: Mack Jones
AVID- This club is open to all students but originated from the AVID class. The club’s focus is on increasing college awareness and helping to create a college culture on WCW campus. We try to take fieldtrips to college campuses and hope to organize tutoring in the future. AVID Club also works with the counseling dept. when they need to get the word out about college events and workshops.
Meetings in S-5 during lunch on Thursdays; Advisors: Heather Leonard, Daniel Rodriguez, Christina Mitsiopoulos
Best Buddies- This is an opportunity for students to be matched to a student with disabilities. In celebrating our differences we find out just how much we are similar. Meetings in A-10 during lunch on Thursdays; Advisor: Mack Jones
Crosswalk Club- A club for all those who wish to show their Christian Faith in their community through community service. Meetings in D-1 at lunch on Wednesdays; Advisors Thalia Puddy and Kathleen McDermott
C.S.F- (California Scholarship Federation) An “honor society” recognizing students who complete challenging academic classes and do well. Life members are eligible for local C.S.F. scholarship and for recognition at graduation. Sign-ups at the beginning of each semester are advertised over announcements and can be picked up at B-10.
Room B-10. Advisors: Todd Blanset
Drama Club- Open to all students who have an interest in either onstage or backstage work. You do not have to be in a show to be in the Drama Club. Talent and experience is always welcome, but not required! Enthusiasm is the key to the fun. In the catwalk theater; Advisor: Mrs. Ray
Drum Club- Any student can come play or learn to play many styles of hand-drums. From djembes to congas, this club is a great rhythmic experience. Advisor Kevin O’Leary
Ethnic Success- All students are welcome. The Motto of Ethnic Success is to recognize and encourage excellence in education, to promote and to develop leadership. Team colors are red which signifies courage, fire and energy; black signifies power, stability, protection and self control; and white which signify honor, glory and love. We recognize and encourage many talents for membership including singers, poets, speakers, writers, dancers, directors etc. We use all talents to provide service, education and performances to the school. Advisor: Marvl Thomas