Clubs and Honor Societies

Organization descriptions and sponsors

Clubs at W.T. Woodson

For more infomation including meeting times and location please contact the club sponsor.

American Red Cross

ANIME Club

Art & Digital Club

Astronomy Club

Athletic Training Club

Best Buddies

Black Student Association 

Chess Club

Chinese Student Association

College Partnership Program

Color Guard

Computer Science Club

Deaf Academic Bowl

Debate/Forensics/Speech

DECA

Doctors of Tomorrow

Dungeons & Dragons Club

Engineering Club

Environmental Club

E-Sports Interst Club

For the Culture Club

French Club

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Global Finance Club

GSA

H.E.L.P. Service Club

Hockey Interest Club

Improv Club/Theater Sports

IT Girls

It's Academic (Scholastic Bowl)

Jewish Student Union

Key Club

K-Pop Interest Club

Literary Magazine

Math Team (JV)

Math Team (Varsity)

  • Sponsor: Kate Wright
  • Sponsor Contact: @email

Model Judiciary

Model UN

Muslim Student Association

One Act Play Festivals

Operation Patriot

Operation Smile

Photography Club

Relay for Life

Research in Science & Engineering (RISE)

Science Olympiad

Spanish Club

Stock Market Club

Student Advisor Program

Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD)

Students for Life

Technology Student Association (TSA)

Trading Cards Game (Magic the Gathering)

UNICEF Club

Woodson's Animal Advocacy Group (WAAG)

Woodson Christian Fellowship 

Woodson Crew Team

Woodson Minds Matter

Young Democrats

Young Hearts

Young Republicans

 

Honor Societies

Computer Science Honor Society

Kimberly Baram

Meeting Times: As announced

Dues: $20 for new members, $10 for returning members

Criteria: Completed AP Computer Science A with A- or higher. B- or higher overall GPA.

Purpose: Service learning and promotion of Computer Science.

 

French Honor Society

Kathleen Binczewski

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Twice a month on late bus days Dues: $10 Criteria: French III or higher w/ B+ average Purpose: Students are in charge of various activities, but most of all they must be available to help French I students who experience difficulties.

History Honor Society

Joan Brown

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Varies Dues: $10 Criteria: 3.5 in Social Studies, 3.0 overall GPA Purpose: Promotes citizenship, research skills and connection to community through historical preservation and learning.

International Thespian Society

Terri Hobson

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: As announced Dues: Initial $32, $10 annual renewal Criteria: 3.0 GPA, 10 points accrued in Woodson productions in 2 different production areas Purpose: To recognize and continue excellence in Theatre.

Latin Honor Society

Ariel Baska

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Contact Sponsor Dues: Contact Sponsor Criteria: Contact Sponsor Purpose: To participate in service projects that promote learning, 

Math Honor Society  (Mu Alpha Theta)

Valerie Silver

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Monthly as announced Dues: $35 for new member, $10 for returning Criteria: Must be in Precalculus or Higher Purpose: Mu Alpha Theta is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and students.

National Art Honor Society

Jayne Matricardi-Burke Joseph Dixon

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Twice a month Dues: $10 Criteria: Students must have taken 2 full-year art courses at Woodson, and have at least a B average in those classes Purpose: Promoting the visual arts within the Woodson Community

National English Honor Society

Beth Koby

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Varies, contact sponsor Dues: Contact sponsor Criteria: Contact sponsor Purpose: NEHS recognizes students who appreciate and celebrate the power of the written word as well as a love for literature. 

National Honor Society

Sara Dragan & Kara Sweeney

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: The first Thursday of each month, alternating between seniors and juniors Dues: $5 per semester Criteria: Scholarship, Character, Service and Leadership are the four pillars of NHS. Seniors and juniors with a minimum 3.5 GPA , of good character, involved in service and demonstrating leadership are invited to apply in the fall. A faculty panel reviews the applications and recommends acceptance. Members must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA, complete 20 hours (10 per semester) of community service (15 total for new members), hold a leadership position in a school club, organization or team, or a community organization during either their junior or senior year, and demonstrate good character. Purpose: The purpose is to recognize academic excellence, encourage community service, develop leadership skills and promote good character. 

Science National Honor Society

Jonathan Morgan

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month Dues: $10 Criteria: Must be in or have taken an AP science course, have a 3.0 overall GPA and a 3.25 GPA in science  Purpose: Service learning, leadership, & passion for science

Spanish National Honor Society

Kathy Marcos

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: Every 3rd Thursday of the month Dues: $10 for returning members - $15 for new members  Criteria: Must have been in a Spanish class for a minimum of 9 quarters and have a B+ average. To keep their membership students must maintain B+ average

Purpose: To engage outstanding students in activities related to the culture, food, holidays and music of the Spanish-speaking world. To create an environment where our students will be able to meet and socialize with peers of similar goals, and to promote conversation in Spanish. To celebrate student's achievements.

Tri-M Music Honor Society

Amy Moir

Type: Honor Society Meeting Times: First Monday of each m onth, 3:20PM - 4:00PM Dues: $10 per year Criteria: 10 - 12th grade; full year enrollment in a music class; GPA of 3.0 or higher in all classes; GPS 3.0 or higher in music class Purpose: Tri-M is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, to reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership.