Upper School Clubs

Grades 7–8

Junior Thespian Society | WA Junior Thespian Troupe #89714

Sponsor: Patti White

Junior Thespians focus on maintaining a learning community where talents in the arts are shared and celebrated. Also, students can develop new skills and explore various elements of theatre. Furthermore, students have opportunities to participate in district and state competitions. Club dues are $40 for new members and $20 for returning members.


  • Prior theater experience

National Junior Art Honor Society

Sponsor: Katie Durica

NJAHS encourages students to explore various facets of art and build their creativity skills individually and in group settings. Club dues are $25.

National Junior Honor Society

Sponsor: Laurie Gonzalez

NJHS encourages students to understand the importance of five values: scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Also, NJHS emphasizes student achievement and community engagement. There is an induction fee of $50, which will include membership, an NJHS t-shirt, and a requirement of completing 10 service hours.


  • Maintain a 3.75 GPA average in all core classes (electives do not count)
  • Submission of application and character essay 

Robotics Club

Sponsor: Sonja Timmer

Robotics teaches students to approach real-world problems in an innovative yet systematic way by building and programming robots. In addition, this club teaches students how to channel their creativity and problem-solving skills into creating the best possible solution for a particular problem.

Science Club

Sponsor: Christia Hewlett

Science Club encourages students to explore different areas of science through guest speakers and hands-on activities. Meetings will be held monthly, with the day of the week varying due to the activity. Students will sign up in advance as a set number of spots are available each month. Activities may require a small supply fee. 

Student Council

Sponsor: Daniel Williams

Student Council empowers students to be leaders within our school community and represent their peers. They help to build a positive student culture and impact the community. Students vote to elect Student Council officers.


  • Submission of application and teacher recommendation forms

Grades 9–12

Brain Bowl

Sponsor: Bjarne Bjorsvik

Competitive trivia team that competes against other schools in a yearly competition. Questions include pop trivia and academia. 

Business/Entrepreneurship Club*

Sponsor | Loren Gant

The Business/Entrepreneurship club develops students’ interests in the business world and teaches them the skills needed to succeed, including resourcefulness, initiative, and leadership. Members will be encouraged to engage their creativity and ingenuity. There is a single admission fee of $15.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Sponsor: Brian Bonds

International non-profit Christian sports ministry that is focused on discipleship and spiritual growth. 

Green Club

Sponsor: Katarina Lafortune

The Green Club empowers students to participate in meaningful environmental activities and projects that improve their immediate community. Students will be involved in beach cleanups and recycling. Club dues are $20.

Harvard Model Congress

Sponsor: Sam Freas

This group of students meets to gain an understanding of the excitement and frustration that accompanies the legislative process on Capitol Hill. Harvard Model Congress includes a trip to Boston. Dates TBD.


Currently enrolled in any of the following classes:

  • AP Human Geography
  • AP or Honors European History
  • AP or Honors U.S. History
  • AP U.S. Government and Politics

International Thespian Society* | WA Thespian Troupe #8570

Sponsor: Rachel Cox

An internationally recognized honors society that promotes, encourages, and rewards students for work in all aspects of theater. Club fees are $30 for induction and a $15 troupe fee.


  • Induction requires at least ten official credit hours of ITS-recognized theater activities.

Key Club*

Sponsors: Christia Hewlett

International, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. Club dues are $25. Students are required to complete 20 service hours each year of club membership.

National Art Honor Society*

Sponsor: Sonja Timmer

An organization that strives to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability in art, as well as bring art education to the attention of the entire school and the surrounding community. To earn the cord for graduation, a student must be an active member of the society for at least two years. Club dues are $5.

National Honor Society*

Sponsor: Sarah Maba

NHS elevates a student’s commitment to four values: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students prioritize connecting with and serving their community. There is a one-time membership fee of $90, and NHS members are required to complete 20 service hours each year through NHS-sponsored events.


  • Maintain a 3.75 cumulative GPA for all classes
  • Complete the application process

National Latin Honor Society*

Sponsor: Jonathan Knight

NLHS recognizes Latin students in the area of outstanding academic achievement and citizenship in Latin class. Also, NLHS seeks to promote knowledge of the Latin language throughout the community. Club dues are $5.


  • Member in good standing of the National Junior Classical League
  • Maintain an A average in the current Latin course
  • Has completed Latin III
  • Exemplify good citizenship
  • Meet any additional requirements set by the teacher

National Spanish Honor Society* 

Sponsor: Liliana Castaño

NSHS seeks to recognize high achievement in the learning of Spanish and promote continuity of interest in Hispanic studies, and help Hispanic communities. It is also their goal to engage in activities within the school community that celebrate and recognize cultural diversity. The induction fee is $10. Students are also required to complete six service hours for each year of membership


  • Successfully completed Spanish III-H 
  • Currently enrolled in Spanish IV-H or AP Spanish
  • Maintain a minimum of a B average in the class

Pre-Med Club*

Sponsor: Perla Garcia

The Pre-Med Club helps students focus on the process of becoming a professional in the medical field. The Club provides opportunities for students to hear from and shadow medical professionals, attend medical workshops, and participate in community healthcare outreaches. Club dues are $25, and students are required to complete ten service hours during each year of club membership.

Quill and Scroll*

Sponsors: Bjarne Bjorsvik and Ting Yi Van Hofwegen

Quill and Scroll is an international high school journalism honor society that recognizes and encourages both individual and group achievements in scholastic journalism.


  • Must be of sophomore, junior or senior classification
  • Maintain a B average or be in the upper third of their class in general scholastic standing
  • Has demonstrated superior work in some phases of journalism or school media work
  • Minimum of 3 years in Yearbook Journalism or Broadcasting Journalism
  • Approved by the Quill and Scroll Executive Director

Robotics Club (FRC Team 744 – Shark Attack)

Sponsor: Kent Stolley

Lead Mentor: Scott Greven

Our High School Robotics Program teaches students to solve real-world problems by building, programming, and competing with robots. The team teaches students to design and build robots for international competitions in a program called FIRST Robotics Competition. Students are invited to attend one meeting, which provides eligibility to join the team. Students are responsible for a small portion of the costs associated with competing, which usually range between $500–$1000 per year per student.

Rotary Interact Club

Sponsor: Steve Farmer

RIC helps students take positive action in their community, build international understanding, and make new friends around the world. This club also helps students develop leadership skills while discovering the power of service above self.

Student Council

Sponsor: Sonja Timmer

Student Council empowers students to be leaders within our school community and represent their peers. They help to build a positive student culture and positively impact the community. Students vote to elect Student Council officers.


  • Submission of application and teacher recommendation forms

*Club earns a cord at graduation