Warwick High School

51 Copeland Lane     Newport News, VA 23601     Phone: (757) 591-4700     Fax: (757) 596-7415

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Warwick High School facilitates the development of students interests, promotes networking opportunities, urges career exploration, and enhances the leadership skills of students through the various extracurricular activities available.

A/B Honors Club (Anti-Bullying Club)   Jamicia Davis
Academic Team

Provides interested and capable students with an opportunity to showcase their knowledge in academic competitions.

Jessica Messai
Adventures of Space and Time   Richard Siebigteroth

Strives to achieve a high level of performance, both visual and musical, and to have fun doing it.

Alyssa Glover
Book Club   Michelle Cullison
Chess Club

Bruce Rogers


Strives to achieve a high level of performance, both visual and musical, and to have fun doing it.

Lynn Ballou

Constitution Club

We the scholars in the Constitution Club of WHS aim to interpret and dissect the Constitution. As a united club, our goal is to retrace the steps of our founding fathers while connecting our lives to our indelible Constitution.

Kimberly Meador
Criminal Justice Club   Officer Blanchard
CYPERPATRIOT   Commander Kevin Wilson
Dance Team To promote school pride and spirit in the various activities presented by Warwick High School. To develop leadership and discipline through instruction and performance. Brinda Jones
Debate Team Provides interested and capable students with an opportunity to showcase their knowledge in debate competitions. Peter Henry
Dr. Giroux
DECA DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

Sheree Ficklin
Michael Bellamy

Drama Members meet and exchange ideas related to acting and stage presentations locally and on Broadway. Members fundraise to acquire money to cover costs {royalities} of musical productions in the Spring of each year. Hayley Daniels
Family, Career, and Community Learders of America (FCCLA) FCCLA helps students become leaders and addresses personal, family, work, and societal issues through family and consumer science education. Judy Spalding
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) FCA is a student run Christian faith-based organization that is open to all students. Sheree Ficklin
Coach Hairston
French Club Promotes appreciation of the French culture and language. LaVerne Flowers
French Honor Society Recognizes highly motivated students with at least a 3.75 grade point average in French courses. LaVerne Flowers
Freshman Class Our mission is to be a cohesive spireted class that holds the common bonds of these four years of high school. We promote school spirit and camaraderie as we begin to work toward the goals of raising money for Junior and Senior events. Kamilah Heartwell
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) The FBLA mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Kimberly Grant
Lisa Jones
Gay-Straight Alliance   Rebecca Jackson
Jessica Messai
German Club   David Gardner
German Honor Society Recognizes outstanding academic achievement in German. David Gardner
GIRL UP Girl Up is a part of the United Nations Foundation. Through education, fundraising, advocacy and service, Girl Up Club members develop the leadership skills necessary to make a positive difference in the lives of girls everywhere. Michelle Cullison
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) 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. Marybeth Germann
Hispanic Honor Society Recongizes highly motivated students with at least a 3.2 in a minimum of 3 semesters of Spanish courses. Students must be currently enrolled in a Spanish course and attend meetings. An induction ceremony is generally held in April. Marisol Morales
International Club Aims to unite the World Language student body and to recognized the diverse ethnicity of our overall student population. The club aims to encourage the existing population of foreign students to be involved in sharing their culture, music, food, dance, and celebrations. If you are interested in having fun while learning about the cultures of your fellow classmates, this club is for you.

Jacinta Ortiz
Graciela Jelambi

Junior Class To select ways to earn money to be carried forward to the Senior year, to plan and execute Junior class activities that encourage participation and school spirit, to establish a realistic budget for the class and ways to meet the budget. Faith Macaraeg
Key Club Provides opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, serve teh school and the community, and develop useful citizenship. Conor Collins
Joe Harris
Hilton Kiwanis
Literary Magazine   Caitlin Weirick
Math Honor Society A service organization for those students who excel in mathematics. Provides peer tutoring for students. Members compete in competitions and participate in service projects. Peter Henry
Model United Nations A club which operates according to the United Nations Charter with member nations being represented by student delegates. Students research timely topics from the perspective of their chosen nation and present their views in the form of speeches. Chris Blazey

National Art Honor Society

  Chris Eldred
National Honor Society Recognizes students who excel in the areas of academics, service, leadership, and character. Student must meet requirements. Lisa Jones
Newspaper - The Earle Warwick High School's newspaper is published four or fives times a year, and is entirely student-run. The editiorial staff consists of students who have taken a journalism course. They choose the story topics, write some of the stories, and write all the editorials and columns. LaVerne Flowers
NJROTC The NJROTC program embraces citizenship and leadership. Our goals included: develop informed and responsible citizens; develop habits of orderliness and respect for constituted authority; develop personal honor, self-reliance, discipline, and an interest in service to the United Stated. Students involved in NJROTC are not obligated to serve in the military. There are benefits available for those who choose to serve in the armed forces. Commander Kevin Wilson
Noble Teens A service organization that provides teens an avenue through which to serve their community locally, nationally, and globally in a positive manner.
Sherri Smith
Odyssey of the Mind

An international educational program that encourages creative problem-solving opportunities.

Hayley Daniels
Rachel Boag


  Alyssa Glover

Poetry Club

  Michelle Cullison
Project Discovery

A community-based program that addresses the problems of unequal access to higher education by low-income and/or potential first generation college students. Weekly workshops help students set goals for their lives, increase self-esteem, and become the first in their family to go to college.

Hermelinda Miller
Project Inclusion The organization works with schools, businesses, and communities to achieve success by addressing prejudices, in all forms, in order to improve academic achievement, increase workplace productivity, and enhance local trust. Jocelynn Bailey
Science Honors Society   Denise Banks
Chris Blazey
Senior Class The Senior class plan their Prom, Senior Banquet, and other related class activities. Kristin Stancil
Sophomore Class Select ways to earn money to be carried forward to the Junior year. Student plan and execute sophomore activities that will encourage participation and school spirit, establish a realistic budget for the class, and organize fundraising events to meet the budget. Samantha Bratlie
Student Council
Association (SCA)
Our goal is to help student leaders and their advisers build and run effective student council organizations to support student leadership and involvement in Virginia's schools and communities. We provide learning experiences in leadership and opportunities to practice the citizenship skills necessary for effective participation in our democratic society. Marisol Morales
Student Leaders The WHS Student Leadership program will address each of the Raider Respect character education goals of responsibility, expectations, success, perserverance, endurance, character, and tolerance. The Student Leadership program members will work to implement and continue a program to address a school, community, or student body need. Christine Wilson
Video Game Club   Matthew Wohlers
Yearbook Students produce the annual yearbook. Interested students must apply. Denise Banks
Youth Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Project (YADAPP) Teams work together to brainstorm problems in their school and communities, identify goals and create plans to tackle those problems - from drinking and driving to illegal drug use to gang violence. Jocelynn Bailey
Youth Volunteer Corp Youth Volunteer operates on the premise that all young people will be successful when offered the right combination of opportunites, supports, and services to help them develop in a positive way. Jocelynn Bailey

Special Groups

  • Dream Girls (Mentoring)
  • Male Mentoring
  • Movement Empowerment Program
  • Newport News Boards and Commissions
  • President s Club
  • Principal s Advisory Group
  • SAGE



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