Leadership clubs and student groups focus on helping students to build team-building and leadership skills, as well as skills that foster a spirit of inclusiveness. These groups are focused to help students develop skills within the stem, non-profit, geo-political, and business fields.
Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Future Business Leaders of America
Student Government Association
Student groups in the arts & performances are available at a variety of performance abilities. There are competitive groups, performance-based groups and clubs that are open to all who are interested in the arts.
Service groups offer students the chance to form meaningful friendships while making a difference in their community and gaining first-hand experience with various fascinating volunteer opportunities. Students in service groups are able to earn community service hours that are able to count towards their graduation and scholarship requirements.
Wolfson students can start a club based on just about any shared interest they have, so long as they have a sponsor and there is a clear mission that brings students together in a positive way. Many student groups are based on a shared interest that is as varied and unique as our student body. Sometimes this is an interest in engineering and robotics, and sometimes this means an interest in running a marathon.
Model United Nations & Great Decisions
Life Skills Club
Honor societies are nationally recognized groups that offer recognition to students who have worked above and beyond within certain subject areas. Wolfson participates in a variety of accredited honor societies across the curriculum, including core areas of studies and the arts. Membership within an honor society is by invitation only and will often provide students with eligibility for additional scholarships.
Mu Alpha Theta: National Math Honor Society
National Art Honor Society
National English Honor Society
Quill & Scroll: National Journalism Honor Society
Rho Kappa: National History Honor Society
To start a new club at Wolfson, the first step is to find a faculty member who would be interested in sponsoring the club. Discuss what you would hope to gain out of the club, how often you'd like to meet, and how the club could be structured. The club sponsor will then locate the "New club" packet on the activities team page. They can also get help with this step from Mr. Fiore, our activities director. Start talking with friends who may be interested in joining your club. You need to have at least 5 members to get started!
All clubs will need to have:
- By laws
You and your sponsor will turn in all of this paperwork to Mr. Fiore and wait for approval before having your first meeting.