Clubs and Activities

Activities Director: Jasmine Powell

Club/Activity Sponsor(s) Description
Academic Team   Provides interested and capable students with an opportunity to showcase their knowledge in academic competitions.
Aerospace Club Tristan Rivera A club with a scope of providing opportunities to teach students about aerospace related topics, compete in STEM competitions, meet with aerospace professionals, connect with scholarship opportunities, and encourage aviation and aerospace interests within the school.
Art Club Molly Vaughan Art Club promotes imagination, creativity, and art production. We focus on materials and projects that are beyond what you would do in a regular art class.
Band Keshawn Everett Strives to achieve a high level of performance, both visual and musical, and to have fun doing it.
Board Game Club   A fun, low stress cluib environment for students to play board games and socialize. Open to board game pros, newbies, or anyone just looking for a relaxing club that won't add more obligations on to a busy schedule.
Book Club   The Book Club's purpose is for students who love to read to talk and write about books! Members of the book club will choose a book to read every month, starting with our first meeting in October. When we meet, we'll share what we've read, write reviews that will be posted to the library website and partake in book-related crafts and activities.
Chess Club Joann Rivas  
Chorus Lynn Ballou Strives to achieve a high level of performance, both visual and musical, and to have fun doing it.
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.
Criminal Justice Club   Students team up with law enforcement to encourage safe practices in our school and in the community.
Warwick Dance Team Talor Day
Jasmine Smith
To promote school pride and spirit in the various activities presented by Warwick High School. To develop leadership and discipline through instruction and performance.
Debate Gautham Premkumar  
Forensics Team Gautham Premkumar  
DECA Sheree Ficklin DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. (Students must be enrolled in one of Ms. Ficklin’s Marketing or Economics & Personal Finance classes to be eligible to join DECA)
Drama Club Lindsay Zampach 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.
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Reginald Neely
Kim Grant
Roxanne Garrett
The FBLA mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.  (Students must be enrolled in or have taken a business course to join.)
FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) Judy Spalding FCCLA helps students become leaders and addresses personal, family, work, and societal issues through family and consumer science education. (Students must be enrolled in or have taken this course to join.)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes    
Flourish Kelli Baylor
Lequita Whitaker
Female Mentorship Program that fosters the empowerment and development of strong young women.
French Club LaVerne Flowers Promotes appreciation of the French culture and language.
French Honor Society LaVerne Flowers Recognizes highly motivated students with at least a 3.75 grade point average in French courses.
German Club David Gardner Students will study the German culture and explore the language.
German Honor Society David Gardner Recognizes outstanding academic achievement in German.
Gardening Club LaVerne Flowers
Nicolette Nelson
Gay Straight Alliance   A student-run organization that unites LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities.
Hispanic Honor Society Deyanira Griffin 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.
HOSA - Future Health Professionals Michelle Desrosiers
Amy Kennedy
Synquis Strothers
HOSA is a student organization that provides professional healthcare and skill development for students of all ages, from middle school to post-graduate. For future and current healthcare professionals in many different niches, this serves as excellent preparation and offers extensive networking opportunities.
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.
International Thespian Club    
Interact Club Cristina Rowe Provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
Japanese Club Aja Bradley Educates and introduces interested students to Japanese culture, language, geography, and history.
Key Club Kathleen Pessini Provides opportunities for students to develop leadership skills, serve the school and the community, and develop useful citizenship.
Life Skills Club    
Linguistics Club    
Literary Magazine William Huberdeau
Monique Barnes
Provides students with an opportunity to learn about magazine production and serve as editors and staff.
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.
Model United Nations Conor Collins 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.
My Brothers Keeper    
My Sisters Keeper    
National Art Honor Society Molly Vaughan Students will put their art work on display for the school and community.
Natural Hair Club    
NHS (National Honor Society) Khrystel King Recognizes students who excel in the areas of academics, service, leadership, and character. Student must meet requirements.
Newspaper Club Joann Rivas Warwick High School's newspaper is published four or fives times a year, and is entirely student-run. The editorial 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.
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.
Noble Teens   A service organization that provides teens an avenue through which to serve their community locally, nationally, and globally in a positive manner.
Orchestra   Students will learn how to play a number of instruments that are associated with an orchestra.
Odyssey of the Mind Aja Bradley An international educational program that encourages creative problem-solving opportunities.
Poetry Club   Encourages the creation and appreciation of poetry as a means of self-expression.
Principal Advisory Group    
Project Discovery Katie Westbrook 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.
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.
Recycling Club   Students will meet and discuss how Warwick and the community can promote recycling.
Robotics   The robotics club designs, builds, and programs competitive robots.
SAGE (Student Advisory Group for Education) Amber Andersonborders Members share their views and offer suggestions and input on various education matters from the divisionwide grading scale to major revisions to the Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook
Science Honor Society Victoria Allan Students who love Science and have maintained a 3.0 or higher in a science class will be inducted into this honor society.
Sensation Majorettes Ashley Green Students will dance while traveling with the band to various events. There is a tryout process to join this team.
Sister Cities   Students will foster a relationship with students in other countries.
Spanish Club Deyanira Griffin Promotes an understanding of the Spanish culture.
Spirit Team   The plan for the club is to make the school more spirited and to create a bigger turnout for sporting events! We plan to make posters for the fields for each home game, create themes for each home game, We would like to help set up for pep rallies too.
STEM Club Joyce Kuberek Inspires the next generation of STEM leaders by developing a passion for STEM careers at a young age and maintaining interest throughout high school.
Student Wellness Kendall Hinton  
SCA (Student Council Association) Kristin Stancil 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.
SIA (Student Involvement Association) Kristin Stancil Students will encourage the participation of all students in club and activities. (SCA Members at Large will take cake of this.)
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.
SWE (Society for Women in Engineering)   Stimulate women to achieve as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.
TSA (Technology Students Associaton)   The Technology Student Association fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs
Video Game Club   Students will meet after school and engage in a friendly competition while playing different video games.
YADAPP (Youth Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Project)   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.
Yearbook (In Class Club) Ashley Sell Students produce the annual yearbook. Interested students must apply.
Yoga Club  
Youth Development Student Team Amber Andersonborders A group of students who help coordinate and orchestrate district wide student initiatives in order to foster a positive school culture and environment
YVC (Youth Volunteer Corps) Khrystel King 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.