Club Names, Descriptions and Contacts

Club Name Club Description Advisor Name and Contact
* = Connected to a course
** = New in 2016 - not an official club yet
*** = New in 2017 - not an official club yet
^ = New in 2018 - not an official club yet
+ = Student interest group, not an official ASB sponsored club
Ambassadors + Leadership position - welcome new students throughout the year
Amnesty International Raising awareness about human rights in the US & around the world
Anime Club Learn and design Anime
Art Attack Lunch - Share and work on artwork including some holiday activities
ASB/Leadership * Elected officers (in the spring) representing the student voice
Asian Culture Club Learn and explore about Asian cultures
Auto Tech + Learn basics on how to work on automobiles
Black Student Union Promoting racial awareness and pride
Bowling Club Students of all levels having fun bowling and competing.
Creating Change Club This club is focused on supporting the lives of those with mental disabilities and physical illness through activism.
Crime Club Educate students on forensic methods and true crime history.
Culinary Arts * A hands on course to introduce students to the restaurant industry
Debate Learn skills and techniques for debating
DECA * Student marketing association for real-life marketing in the classroom
Drama/Thespians * Provide students with opportunities to develop skills in all aspects of Theatre Arts
FCCLA Family, Community, and Career Leaders of America Competitions and service projects
Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA) Works to make SW a safe/inclusive place for all students regardless of sexuality/gender expression.
Girls Who Code ** Learn how to code computers - open to all students
Hike Club ** To inspire students to enjoy hiking, learn etiquette, & where to hike in WA TBD
HOPE Club (formerly SAFE Club - Environmental CLUB) Help Our Planet Earth - recycling and composting during lunch
Horizons (Yearbook) * Class that produces the annual yearbook that is distributed in June.
Interact (community service) Service organization club for students interested in volunteering.
Investment Club Learn about financial investing.
Japanese Culture Club*** Japanese cultural activities to enhance learning.
Japanese National Honor Society *** Recognize student academic achievement in Japanese language study.
Kolus (newspaper) * Class that produces the monthly student newspaper.
Korean Culture Club *** Celebrate and learn about Korean Culture.
Latino Dance Club Celebrates Latino culture and builds community.
Link Crew Transition program to welcome freshmen the first year in high school.
MACAW (formerly IMPRINTS) Literary Arts Magazine Music, AV, Creative Expression, Art and Writing - open to all
Math Team Practices math weekly & attends math competitions throughout the year.
National Honor Society Application & selection process, 3.5 GPA, good citizenship, & service hours required. .
PALS (Peer Assisted Learning & Support) Promotes socialization & learning between students with and without disabilities.
Physics Club ** Engage student interest in Physics and participate in National Physics exams.
Psychology Club Learn about how people think, act, and behave.
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
Science Olympiad Project based science club for competitions and community outreach.
SHAPE (SW HIV/AIDS Peer Education) HIV/AIDS Peer Education club that presents information to classes.
STEP Team Performance stepping team
Suicide Prevention (Life Savers) Lifesavers is a peer to peer suicide prevention education program.
THIC*** (The Healthcare Interest and Careers Club) Introduce students to the variety of health care careers.
Tri-M Music Honor Society ^ Creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy through music based service projects.
Unified Soccer + ** Soccer program for Directed Studies Program. tbd
Video Game Club ** For gamers to come and play video games with each other
Video Production Club After school club that creates video bulletins for The NEST.
Water Polo + Water polo - boys are in the fall, girls are in the spring. tbd
World Night + Annual event to celebrate diversity of students at SW - not a club, but if you are interested in participating, please contact the coordinator.