Clubs/Activities

Clubs
  • American Sign Language (ASL)
    Our aim is to actively practice the basics of ASL and learn more about deaf culture. Students will be invited to sign regularly and will gain a greater appreciation for and understanding of the deaf community.
  • Black Student Union
    The goal of this organization is to foster a fun and safe environment that engages our students in discussions on issues affecting black students and our surrounding communities. We hope to educate our members then challenge them to take action, whether it be internal or external. We hope to lead by example and push students to be better than their best. We hope to show past generations that we will take charge of our future, dismantle the negative stereotypes, build and secure our sense of community, and influence the world.
  • Blues Disc Co.
    Blues Disc Co. is a disc golf club that is looking to spread the joys of disc golf. We will meet on club dates, as well as after school in room C427. We will be doing many fun things this year, and everyone is welcome! We hope to see you!
  • Circle of Friends
    We provide a place for persons with disabilities to gain social experiences through interaction with peer mentors without disabilities. Circle of Friends is a group of identified and non‐identified people who agree to meet on a regular basis to act as peer mentors and a support system for each other.
  • DECA/Business Club
    DECA is a national business club that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management.
  • Dungeons & Dragons Club
    Greetings Adventurers! If you have never played but always wanted to, this club is for you. If you are an experienced player wanting to try DMing, this club is also for you. We run several campaigns during club time for people of all experience levels. Resources will be available for those interested.
  • E-Sports Club
    Students in E-Sports Club will be learning and playing a large variety of video games such as Rainbow Six Siege, Mario Kart, League of Legends, the new Call of Duty games, and many more. During club days, we will discuss all the events that will be taking place that week. During after school meets, we will practice for events coming up or hang out as a team.
  • Environmental Club
    The environmental club is a group of students who are passionate about the environment around them and are searching for ways to better it. We discuss current issues and ways that we can make a difference.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    Additional opportunities for Bible study and prayer will be available as well. This club gives you a chance to get to know other Christian students and work to strengthen your faith.
  • Future Farmers of America
    FFA is an agricultural leadership organization for students who have an interest in the various areas related to the Agricultural industry including animals, plants, and the environment. We participate in a number of activities and contests throughout the year including Horse Judging, Veterinary Science, Public Speaking, Horticulture, Job interview, Food Science, and more. We also participate in State and National Conventions and a variety of social events.
  • Gay/Straight Alliance
    Gay‐Straight Alliance is a group of young people who strive towards tolerance for all. This includes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, ethnic, gender etc. Our group conducts activities to promote acceptance of all individuals.
  • HOSA
    HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for secondary, postsecondary, adult, and collegiate students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions.
  • KAY Club
    The Kansas Association for Youth (KAY) is a character building, leadership training, service program directed by the Kansas State High School Activities Association. This nationally acclaimed organization provides students an opportunity to learn to assume their citizenship responsibilities and to enrich their personalities through well-organized programs, projects, and parties.
  • Make a Difference
    The members of Make a Difference work to bring about equality by being inclusive to all people. We value expanding our knowledge of other cultures by embracing diversity. Students strive to set an example for each other, lift each other up, and change the world through small but powerful acts. We are here to Make a Difference, one person at a time.
  • Model UN
    We will participate in The Topeka Model United Nations. This is a two-day simulation for assigned student delegations to represent their country's point of view on a variety of topical issues. The simulation is designed to encourage debate, foster cooperation, and assist young leaders to resolve problems diplomatically.
  • National Art Honor Society/Art Club
    National Art Honor Society is a group of students interested in art and community service. We work on murals and other community projects to benefit and beautify our society by using art for social change.
  • National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)
    The National Technical Honor Society is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education.
  • Philosophy Club
    Philosophy Club is a safe and intelligent environment in which students can consider and discuss controversial subjects they would otherwise not have the opportunity to address. These subjects include, but are not limited to human nature, reasoning, theories of knowledge, and ethics.
  • Renaissance Club
    Renaissance provides an outlet for students to practice leadership skills in their school and community and offers excellent experience for your future endeavors. Various events will be held throughout the year. We work to improve the school’s climate and culture.
  • Robotics Club/Young Engineering Society
    The students will design and build a robotics project. The project will be entered in the annual competition. Additionally, students will collaborate on independent projects that involve technology and creative problem‐solving.
  • Sources of Strength
    We are a group of diverse students and adults from many different corners and cultures of our school and community. We believe that life has ups and downs, that all of us will go through good times and tough times. Our mission is to ensure that during the rough times no one gets so overwhelmed or hopeless that they want to give up.
  • Strength and Conditioning Club
    The WRHS Strength and Conditioning Club is designed to give students an opportunity to learn and/or improve exercise technique and athletic performance enhancement.
  • Theatre Club
    This is the place for anyone interested in the various aspects of theatre from acting and improv comedy to design or ushering. Thespians form a community of friends as we attend local productions and events together, support the needs of our school productions, and participate in festival events at the state and national levels.
  • Ultimate Frisbee
    The mission of the ultimate frisbee club is to provide interested students with a safe and inclusive environment to have fun while being physically active. The club will do this by teaching students the sport of ultimate frisbee and providing opportunities to play.
  • World Cultures Club
    This club will be composed of students who are interested in other cultures. We will explore various cultures through games, food, presentations, and cultural celebrations.
  • Young Democrats
    Activities include guest speakers, joint meetings with the Young Republicans, volunteer opportunities at school and for the Democratic Party, and lively discussions.
  • Young Republicans
    Activities include guest speakers, joint meetings with the Young Democrats, volunteer opportunities at school and for the Republican Party, and lively discussions.
Activities