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Join CSF! 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.

Student Clubs


API - Asian Pacific Islands Club. API celebrates cultural diversity on campus, while giving back to the school campus and the surrounding community. Students from ALL backgrounds are welcome. Meetings in A-5 during lunch on THURSDAY; 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  take field trips 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; Advisor: Heather Leonard.


Forever Friends- This is an opportunity for students to be matched to a student with disabilities and help bring them to experiencing a fuller high school career. In celebrating our differences we find out just how much we are similar. Meetings in A-5  during lunch on TUESDAYS; Advisor: Mack Jones


Crosswalk Club- A club for all those who wish to share their Christian Faith in their community and school. Meetings in D-2 at lunch on Wednesdays; Advisor Thalia Puddy


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. Advisor: Todd Blanset


Drama Club- This club is open to all students who have an interest in either onstage or backstage work at the Catwalk Theatre.  Experience is always welcome, but not necessary.  Advisor: Mrs. Ray


French Club- Open to all students interested in French language and culture of any of the many countries where French is spoken. We participate in a variety of activities as decided by club members. These include: eating at French restaurants or preparing French meals; participating in community events, such as the Cultural Diversity Fair; raising funds to donate to a worthy cause that provides assistance to people in a French speaking country. New members are always welcome. Advisor:  Ms McCumber


Game Club- Video game club is one of WCW's longest running clubs.  Founded in 1996, VGC was made on the premise of providing a safe place to play games for all students in Vacaville.  Game Club meets every other Friday after school in C12.  


Gardening Club: 

Appreciates a clean and healthy environment, in addition to anyone who wants to achieve that same goal!  Plant seeds and them them grow.   Experience and green thumbs aren't necessary.  Meets every Friday in S3 at lunch.  

Club Officers: Corinne Capitonoff-Sullivan, Rebekah Crowl, Maria Pangilinan and Alexis Sasere.  Advisor: Mrs. Hawkins. 


GSA- Gay Straight Alliance, GSA celebrates diversity on campus; promotes tolerance and respect among students; promotes a safe campus for all students; and provides a place for students to find support. All students are welcome. Meetings every Thursday at lunch in A2; Advisor Linda Eckelkamp

Friday September 9th in the Gym!
WCW Clubs!


Interact Club- All students who are interested in serving the community can do so through this club! Interact Clubs are all over the country and work with local Rotary International Clubs in order to support the school and community. Meeting are twice a month in A2;  Advisor: Linda Nance


Kendama Club- All Skill toys are welcome to join, skill level from beginner to advanced. We meet Thursdays in the photo room. Advisor: Buck Sullivan


Key Club- "Caring, our way of life", the motto of this student-organized community service club that emphasizes leadership through serving the community. Pennies for Patients and March for Babies are a few events Key Club hosts or promotes for Will C. Wood. Meetings in A-1 during lunch on Tuesdays; Advisor:  Laura Roberts


Latino Unidos- This club is to unite the Hispanic students on campus and celebrate their culture and diversity. Meetings in C-7 after school on Tuesdays; Advisor: Abin


Outdoor Adventures Club: The Outdoor Adventures Club is for people who want to spend time and learn more about the many adventures available to us living in California. Some of the adventures we enjoy are hiking, paddle boarding, snow boarding, skiing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing and more. Open to everyone, come join us at our meetings on Tuesdays at lunch in room S6 Advisor: Mr. English


Photo Club- This club is for photographers of any skill level. The Will C. Wood Photography Club is about taking pictures.  One of the things the club does is captures and documents the significant and inspirational moments of each year's school events and plays an active role in serving the school community by assisting in photographic coverage for ceremonies and publications such as homecoming for yearbook. The club also serves to encourage members to pursue their interest in photography through photo-outings and sharing, and in fostering artistic pursuits. Some other things we do in photography club are: *Explore camera technology and software *Talk about gear (electronic/digital and chemical/film) *Take trips to cool places, socialize and then take pictures *Make homemade pinhole cameras  *Hold fun photo completions, akin to photographic scavenger hunts *Take lots and lots and lots of pictures *Share images and techniques with each other *Explore the manual controls of camera. Room S-4; Advisor: Buck Sullivan


S Club: Advisor: Laura Roberts

Writers Club: A club for students interested in creative writing and sharing ideas with other student writers. Meets weekly in B-1 during lunch on Tuesdays. Advisor: Miranda Merino