PARENTS & STUDENTS
Art Club: This club has the purpose of fostering a further interest in art. Membership is open to students who have taken art.
Auto Club: This club is open to all automotive students, with the purpose of developing skills and workmanship in the field of automotive technology. Activities include a field trip and social outings.
Chess Club: The Chess Club meets throughout the year to play matches and sponsor activities which promote the enjoyment and popularity of the game.
Construction Club: The club is open to all construction students, with the purpose of developing future interest in the field of construction trades. Activities include fieldtrips and social outings.
Diversity Club: WHS Diversity Club is a student-led, nationally registered GSA - Genders & Sexualities Alliance group which promotes and encourages diversity and acceptance within the WHS student/faculty population. The meetings are designed to initiate, drive, and inspire social change through education and community. Diversity Club welcomes LGBTQ+ students and allies alike.
Drama Club: This club is meant to create an active and intelligent interest in dramatics among students. Members will produce school plays in the fall and spring of the year.
FCCLA: FCCLA is the only in-school student organization with family as its central focus; it's a vocational student organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system. It provides opportunities for active student participation at local, state, and national levels.
FFA: The primary purpose of FFA is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation and citizenship. Membership is open to students enrolled in agriculture courses. Activities include both teams and individual competitions related to agriculture.
German Club: The purpose of this club is to stimulate interest in German language and culture. It is open to students who are enrolled in a German class. Activities include films, trips and craft fairs. In addition, the club assists the local sister city organization which sends two students as exchange students to Germany each summer.
Orange Crush: This “pep” club is open to any student interested in promoting school spirit at WHS.
Math Team: This team is for students enrolled in honors math courses. Practices are held to prepare for interscholastic math contests.
Music - Band: The band participates in a number of group contests, parades, marching competitions and concerts. Members may participate in solo and ensemble contests. The band performs at home football and basketball games. Band members may audition for the W.H.S. Jazz Band. - Marching Bulldogs Website
Music - Choir - Interested students may participate in various music contests and festivals throughout the year as well as perform solos, etc. at several concerts. Students may also participate as a "Madrigal Player" actor at our Christmas Madrigal presentations. Choir members may also audition for our select Concert Choir and Women's Ensemble.
National Honor Society: Membership in N.H.S. is recognized as one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a high school student. Juniors and seniors with a minimum cumulated grade point average of 3.5 are eligible for candidacy. Members are elected by a faculty council based on the qualities of leadership, character and service.
Ping Pong Club: The ping pong club plays two levels of tournaments during the school year, based on the players' skill level. When not playing a tournament match, we have one or 2 tables for open play for all members to play. There is an additional $10 fee (on top of the $15 activity fee), which enters them into the tournament, and gets them a t-shirt.
Renaissance: Renaissance is a nationally recognized program that recognizes scholastic achievement and encourages school unity and school spirit through various activities, culminating in the Academic Assembly at the end of each school year.
Saturday Scholars: Saturday Scholars is a math and science lecture series for selected area students. Programs are held each Saturday in February. Participants must be ranked in the top 10% of their class.
Scholar Bowl Team: This team competes with teams from other schools in fielding questions from all academic areas.
Science Club: The aims of this club are to increase knowledge, skill and appreciation of science, and to provide service to the school and community. Membership is open to students who have completed a science course with at least a “C” average. Activities include mini-courses, projects and field trips.
S.H.O.W. Students Helping Out Waterloo: This is a community service organization open to all WHS students. Activities and service projects are held several times a month to provide opportunities for our students to become involved in the community and make a difference. Activities such as, raking leaves for handicapped residents, collections for area organizations, nursing home service projects, Linus blanket service project, etc.
Spanish Club: The purpose of this club is to recycle for the high school, sponsor fun outings, and stimulate interest in Spanish language and culture. Membership is open to students currently enrolled in a Spanish class, or students who have previously taken two years of Spanish.
Speech Team: This team is for students interested in further developing their skill in public speaking and interpretation through participation in competitive speech events. The team will travel and compete in various tournaments throughout Illinois. Students with a high GPA may be eligible for the National Forensic League.
Student Council: This group, which includes all class officers and representatives in addition to members-at-large, provides a forum for student ideas, organizes student activities, works for cooperation among students, faculty and administration, develops student leadership and promotes the general welfare of W.H.S. Consistent attendance of all members is required.
Wahischo: The WAHISCHO is the W.H.S. yearbook. Staff members are involved in all phases of production, including ad sales, copywriting, layout, design, typing and photography.
W.Y.S.E.: Students are invited into Worldwide Youth Science and Engineering based on ability in critical thinking, design, math, and science. Members participate in competitions and field trips with the purpose of promoting academic excellence, leadership, and responsibility.