Club Names, Descriptions and Contacts

These are clubs that a student can typically join at any time. Contact the advisor to find out when they meet. * = connected to a course + = student interest group, not and official ASB sponsored group
Club Name Club Description Advisor Name and Contact Video or website Meeting days/times - confirm with advisor first
Amnesty International Raising awareness about human rights in the US & around the world Wednesdays - 1:00
Art Attack (On hold for 20-21)Share and work on artwork including some holiday activities
Black Student Union Promoting racial awareness and pride
Drama/Thespians * Provide students with opportunities to develop skills in all aspects of Theatre Arts
FCCLA Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America (On Hold 20-21) Competitions and service projects TBD
Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA) Works to make SW a safe/inclusive place for all students regardless of sexuality/gender expression.
SPARKS - Girls Who Code (16-17) Learn how to code computers - open to all students
HOPE Club (formerly SAFE Club - Environmental CLUB) Help Our Planet Earth - recycling and composting during lunch
MACAW (formerly IMPRINTS) Literary Arts Magazine Music, AV, Creative Expression, Art and Writing - open to all
Interact (community service) Service organization club for students interested in volunteering.
Japanese Culture Club (17-18) Japanese cultural activities to enhance learning.
LatinX Club Celebrates Latino culture and builds community.
Math Team Practices math weekly & attends math competitions throughout the year. Thursdays - 3:10
PALS (Peer Assisted Learning & Support) Promotes socialization & learning between students with and without disabilities.
Physics Club (16-17) Engage student interest in Physics and participate in National Physics exams.
Robotics Club (Team Pronto) After school club, build robotics and compete in the spring.
Salt and Light + Lunchtime Christian club providing fellowship and discussion opportunities Thursdays - lunch
Science Olympiad Project based science club for competitions and community outreach. Thursdays - lunch
Creating Change Club This club is focused on supporting the lives of those with mental disabilities and physical illness through activism.
SHAPE (SW HIV/AIDS Peer Education) HIV/AIDS Peer Education club that presents information to classes.
Suicide Prevention (Life Savers) Lifesavers is a peer to peer suicide prevention education program. Thursdays - lunch
Video Production Club (The NEST) After school club that creates video bulletins for The NEST.
Water Polo + Water polo - boys are in the fall, girls are in the spring. Advisor = Coach =
World Night + Will start meeting in December. Annual event to celebrate diversity of students at SW - not a club, but if you are interested in participating, please contact the coordinator.
Unified Soccer + (16-17) Soccer program for Directed Studies Program. TBD
Video Game Club (16-17) For gamers to come and play video games with each other TBD
THIC (17-18) (The Healthcare Interest and Careers Club) (On HOLD 21-22) Introduce students to the variety of health care careers.
Japanese National Honor Society (17-18) Recognize student academic achievement in Japanese language study.
Korean Culture Club (17-18) Celebrate and learn about Korean Culture. Every other Thursday at 3:30 (started 10/15)
Psychology Club Learn about how people think, act, and behave. Mondays - lunch
Crime Club Educate students on forensic methods and true crime history. TBD
Investment Club (19-20) (On Hold 20-21) Learn about financial investing.
STEP Team Performance stepping team - part of the BSU club
Gender Equity Support equity for everyone
Debate Learn skills and techniques for debating
D & D (new 20-21) To discuss, partake in, and enjoy Dungeons and Dragons in a safe and welcoming environment. Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch
My School Votes (new 20-21) Non-partisan club to support and encourage voter registration and turnout. TBD
Global Citizenry Club (new 20-21) Spread ideas of thinking globally by educating people about cultures and problems around the world. Wednesdays - 11:00
First Generation Club Mentor first generation students on programs and resources available.
Neuroscience Club Facilitate and encourage student interest in the nervous system and brain.
Bullet Journaling (21-22) A fun, safe place to learn, practice or continue to bullet journal Monday, lunch, 2406
Chess Club (restarted 21-22) Shorewood Chess Club is dedicated promoting the game of Chess through recreational competition. Tuesdays, Lunch, Library
HAFS (Helping Animals Feel Safe) (21-22) A club to raise awareness for adopting animals from local shelters! Every other Friday, Lunch, 3305
Film Club (21-22) To create a community who cares deeply about having thoughtful discussions about film. Thursdays, Lunch, Library

Clubs Connected to a Class or Tryout/Application Process

These are clubs that are connected to a class or involve some kind of tryout/application process. Contact the advisor to find out when applications are due or how to join the class (usually during the registration process). * = connected to a class + = student interest group, not officially sponsored by ASB
Club Name Club Description Advisor Name and Contact Video Meeting days/times: confirm with advisor first
Ambassadors Leadership position - welcome new students throughout the year
ASB/Leadership * Elected officers (in the spring) representing the student voice
Auto Tech + Learn basics on how to work on automobiles
AVID Club Support students in AVID TBD
Bowling Club Students of all levels having fun bowling and competing.
Culinary Arts * A hands on course to introduce students to the restaurant industry
DECA * Student marketing association for real-life marketing in the classroom
FCCLA - Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America Competitions and service projects TBD
Flag Team* A student performance group. Tryouts in the spring.
Horizons (Yearbook) * Class that produces the annual yearbook that is distributed in June.
Kolus (newspaper) * Class that produces the monthly student newspaper.
Link Crew Transition program to welcome freshmen the first year in high school. First Thursday of every month.
National Honor Society Application & selection process, 3.5 GPA, good citizenship, & service hours required. . NHS Canvas Page Link (Check out all our information!):
Tri-M Music Honor Society (new 18-19) Creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy through music based service projects.
Water Polo + Water polo - boys are in the fall, girls are in the spring. Advisor = Coach =