Sponsor: Mrs. West
The Art Club is an organization that is open to all WHS students. Students are not required to be enrolled in art classes and/or have an artistic background to join. Students often participate in the Sandcastle Classic in Virginia Beach, in which they engage in sand sculpting. Members also decorate the school and provide face painting for students during homecoming.
Sponsors: Ms. Ott & Ms. Addison
The National Beta Club is an academic, leadership, and service organization. The purpose is to stimulate student effort, to reward achievement, and to encourage and assist members in continuing their education upon graduation. The club’s motto is, “Let us lead by serving others.” Students in grades 9-12 are eligible to join. You must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher, as well as a teacher recommendation.
FFA: Future Farmers of America
Sponsors: Mrs. Chapman & Mr. Brittle
FFA is a career and technical education student organization based on middle and high school classes that promote and support agricultural education. FFA is for those interested in the agricultural industry, which focuses on science, business, and technology as well as production farming. FFA activities include attending the Virginia State Fair, participating in community service projects, and campus beautification.
GREAT COMPUTER CHALLENGE
Sponsor: Mr. Mosley
The Great Computer Challenge is a wonderful opportunity for students to compete against local school divisions to solve real-world scenarios by competing in a variety of different challenges.
CLASSICAL LEAGUE: LATIN CLUB
Sponsor: Mr. Crawford
Latin students, past or present, will embark on mystical adventures that explore the language and culture of the Roman people and Latin.
Sponsor: Mrs. Simmons
Spanish Club is open to all Spanish students, past or present. Field trips are planned during the year as well as the celebration of Navidad and Cinco de Mayo. A drama team will lead the Spanish plays and puppet shows. Students engage in service projects throughout the year.
SGA: Student Government Association
Sponsor: Mrs. Nelms
SGA is designed for students who are leaders and desire to make a difference. Members boost school spirit, and create and promote school activities. Projects include homecoming activities, fundraising projects, rewarding honor roll students, sponsoring school dances, and a variety of other school related events. Students must be elected as an SGA officer or a class officer.
SOCIAL JUSTICE CLUB
Sponsor: Mr. Phelps
The Social Justice Club focuses on key social issues such as equality, racism, poverty, and mental awareness. The club annually conducts several projects to bring social awareness to Windsor High School and the community. The club also collects winter clothing throughout November and December to benefit those who are less fortunate.
Sponsor: Ms. Lee
Tri-Hi-Y is a volunteer and government club. The mission includes providing community service to those in need and educating students about local, state, and national government. The focus is leadership development. Members are students who care about others, are firm in their own sense of worth, and whose outlook on life includes becoming productive members of society. Examples of service projects include food drives, toy drives, homeless shelter collections, Special Olympics, Relay for Life, fundraisers, and blood drives to mention a few.
TSA: Technology Student Association and Robotics
Sponsor: Mr. Downing
The Technology Students Association is the only student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in technology. Members experience exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities, and much more.
Explore and build competition level robots with the goal of competing in regional tournaments.
Sponsor: Mrs. Presson
This club is responsible for designing the yearbook online. After-school time and commitment are required to sell business and senior ads, sell yearbooks, and complete deadlines. Members will need their own transportation, excellent technology skills, and above average writing ability. This is more than just a club; it is a 92 year-old tradition. Being a member of this staff is both an honor and a privilege. It gives students an enjoyable, yet highly stressful opportunity to highlight all aspects of our school in a creative way. It is intense; it is competitive; it is different; and, in the end, it is rewarding.