We encourage our students to take advantage of the many clubs offered at WHS.

Here are the club descriptions. For more information - Club Flyer.

ANIME CLUB: description to follow.

ART CLUB:  Art Club will provide opportunities for students to further their skills as artists through collaborative art projects. Every year, there are many opportunities to use visual arts to promote school pride, build community at WHS and collaborate with other groups and clubs on campus through the arts. Art club will connect WHS artists with visual art needs in the community.

BIBLE STUDY:  Bible Study is a club where students discuss the Holy Bible. The group prays for our school and is also responsible for hosting our school’s annual Patriot Revolution.

BIOMEDICAL CLUB:  Biomed club is national student organization (HOSA) recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE). HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA's goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the biomedical field.

BREAKFAST CLUB:  Students have a “safe” place to hang out before school, complete homework, check grades, or just hang out.

CAMPUS LIFE:  Campus Life is a division of Youth for Christ. We partner with high schools to provide an environment that combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people to make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. We have frank discussions about faith, about family, and it is almost always involving food! We provide role models who encourage teens to in turn become positive role models for their peers on their campuses.

For those who wish to excel in making an impact upon those around them, we provide leadership training that comes with an opportunity to be a high school volunteer leader in a middle school club and receive many of the volunteer hours needed to graduate from high school!

We meet every Wednesday that is both a school day and an early dismissal day. We meet at 12:30 in the cafeteria. This gives students the opportunity to be a part of Campus Life, then have plenty of time to participate in school sports and other clubs and activities that Washington High School offers. Come check us out!

CITIZENS TRAVEL ACADEMY: Organizes fundraisers and activities to prepare students for travel to Washington DC.

DRAMA CLUB: Drama Club is for students committed to being involved in WHS Theater activities, events, and performances in roles onstage and off. Everyone is welcome to attend.

FBLA (FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA) CLUB:  Students meet to work on competitive events to prepare for conferences and fundraising.

FCCLA (FAMILY, CAREER, & COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA) CLUB:  Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education. Our Mission is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation

GREEN TEAM:  Students work with teachers and community volunteers to restore and preserve the Schibig Lakeview Nature Preserve which is located across the street from WHS.

GSA (GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE) CLUB:  A club where students can discuss issues and build support around sexual orientation and gender identity. The goal is to support each other, socialize and have fun, and be an activist to create change.

KEY CLUB:  Club for students with 3.25 G.P.A. or higher. Students participate in various community service projects. Key Club allows students to volunteer in various programs and activities to earn community hours. Key Club is the largest international student-led club in the world. Club is sponsored by Kiwanis.

KNOWLEDGE BOWL:  Students compete against other schools onsite and away once a week during the winter sports season. Students are asked questions from a variety of subjects to compete for the chance to go to the state competition.

LEAP (LATINO EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM):  The LEAP Peer Leaders program works with middle and high school students to help prepare for high school and college, and to be leaders in their schools and communities. The program's weekly lessons focus on one of four core elements: College Readiness & Awareness, Leadership, Civic Engagement, and Community Service.

MATH TEAM:  All students are welcome to participate.  The Math Team interacts with complex math problems which are solved in multi-grade teams.  Skills and concepts from Algebra through Pre-Calculus are examined and practiced each Friday afternoon.  The Math Team will compete against area high schools in the early spring.

MESA:  Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) is an academic preparation program for pre-college, community college and university-level students. Established in 1970 in California, the program provides academic support to students from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds throughout the education pathway, so they will excel in math and science and ultimately attain four-year degrees in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) fields.

 M.U.S.E.: M.U.S.E. is a club that empowers students to become their best selves and create positive community connections by focusing on educational goals and personal responsibility, honoring multicultural diversity while promoting unity on the WHS campus, and enhancing WHS and the greater Parkland Community through outreach projects. M.U.S.E.—Reflect, Engage, Inspire.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY (3.0 GPA OR HIGHER REQUIRED):  National Honor Society is a select organization that honors students for excellence in academics, character, leadership, and service. Candidates are invited to apply based on grades, service, and faculty nomination. Our spring induction ceremony welcomes new members and celebrates the achievements of the students. The organization also leads several service projects during the year at WHS and in the community.

NATIVE AMERICAN CLUB: Our club welcomes all students who would like to learn more about the heritage and culture of Native Americans. Our goal is to educate, separate myth from fact, and promote respect for all cultures through inclusion. Staff advisor is Ms. Mouat-Rich, and we are also working with the Native American Co-Ordinator of our Puget Sound Educational Service District.

PATRIOT CREW:  After being nominated and approved, junior and senior students mentor small groups of freshmen throughout the school year.  The program’s primary goal is to promote freshmen success by creating connections between students, staff, school, and community.

POLY CLUB: All students are welcome at Poly Club! Come learn about the cultures of the Pacific Islands, learn to dance, and take part in community service events.

PREVENTIVE ACTION TEAM:  Students are involved in promoting awareness of the consequences of destructive decisions, such as alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, violence, sex, and suicide.

STEP TEAM:  The step team performs various dance techniques at practices, games, fundraisers, and performances.

TABLETOP GAMING:  Students gather and interact while playing various table top games. Students will use positive interactive skills while enjoying their favorite card and table top games.

Video production club: description to follow.

We Cover the Books (Book Club): We Cover the Books is a book club that involves reading and sharing perspectives on individual book selections as well as collectively reading and sharing perspectives on group selections.

YMCA YOUTH AND GOVERNMENT:  YMCA Youth & Government provides students the opportunity to become civically engaged in a non-partisan, "hands-on" experience running a model state legislature in an environment that is not only educational, but exciting and fun! Research and write a piece of legislation, debate important issues and pass mock laws.  Take on the role of a legislator; work as a reporter; or push to pass laws as a lobbyist. The program starts early Fall and will culminate at our state capitol in May for the 70th YMCA Youth Legislature.

YOUTH LEADING CHANGE (YLC):  YLC is a youth-led program that gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to serve as leaders in their communities. YLC members are empowered to take a stand and help educate others about community safety, peer pressure, civic engagement and prevention.