Organizations & Clubs • eLearning
Stay connected to your WA community through these clubs and activities that have moved to an online format during eLearning.
See the list of normal clubs and activities on our Get Involved page.
Class Council for students in the graduating class of 2020. As leaders of the class, the council plans fundraisers, activities, and events including Prom.
Advisors: Mr. Dupuis email@example.com
Mrs. Racine firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Welch email@example.com
Class Council for students in the class of 2021. As leaders of the class, the council plans fundraisers, activities, and events including Prom.
Advisors: Mrs. Jolliff firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Grube email@example.com
Mrs. Wrobel firstname.lastname@example.org
Earthsave is open to students who are interested in promoting awareness about environmental issues and acting to protect the environment at school, in our towns, and worldwide. Activities include campus and community cleanups, community Earth Week activities, science outreach, grant writing and anything else that comes from student interest and passion. All are welcome!
Meetings: Thursdays from 9:00-9:30 a.m. Email advisor to be added to the Teams meeting.
Advisor: Ms. Gronski email@example.com
A hands-on group that competes every May at the state level. The outdoor competition consists of 5 categories: forestry, wildlife, soils, aquatics and a current issue, which changes each year. Students work as teams of 5 and can be in any grade.
Advisor: Mrs. Cremers firstname.lastname@example.org
The Faith, Hope & Love Club's mission is to empower WA students to make a positive impact on the community by following in the footsteps of Christ. The group is also involved in service work in which they give back to the community.
Advisor: Mr. Norman email@example.com
The Gender & Sexualities Alliance promotes tolerance, knowledge, understanding and the appreciation of diversity in our community. GSA's primary objective is to contribute to a safe environment for all students. GSA provides students with a non-threatening atmosphere in which they meet and talk about issues relating to sexual orientation. Its intent is to diminish prejudice in the school community through education.
Advisor: Mr. Young firstname.lastname@example.org
Hill Singers is the advanced a cappella choir of The Woodstock Academy. Students must audition to be part of the group and also must be a member of a choral ensemble class at The Woodstock Academy.
Meetings: Mondays at 3:00 p.m.
Advisor: Ms. Ranta email@example.com
This auditioned-based group meets once per week on Thursdays from 3-5 PM. Jazz Band consists of students who wish to advance their musicianship through the medium of jazz. Auditions take place at the beginning of each school year. Regular attendance is required at rehearsals for participation. Students must be a member of one daytime full-year instrumental ensemble to be eligible for participation in this group. All students in grades 9-12 are eligible to audition.
Advisor: Mrs. Churchill firstname.lastname@example.org
Knitting and conversation through Teams. Even if you aren't knitting something at the moment, you are welcome to come and chat with us! Everyone is welcome, so if you know of someone who is interested in knitting and/or social interaction, please feel free to invite them as well.
Meetings: Mondays at 2:30 p.m.
Advisor: Ms. Danielson email@example.com
Math Honor Society has monthly meetings, provides math tutoring, fundraises for scholarships, and competes in math competitions including the AMC. Math Honor Society is a chapter of Mu Alpha Theta. In order to be eligible for membership, students must take three math classes at The Woodstock Academy and get at least a 3.7 or higher in each of them [A- for Honors, B+ for AP/ACC).
Advisor: Mr. Jordan firstname.lastname@example.org
The Woodstock Academy Medical Club provides students with insight into the medical field. The club invites medical professionals from various specialties and fields to speak about their experiences. The club is open to all students who are interested.
Meetings: Email Mrs. May to be added to the TEAM
Advisor: Mrs. May email@example.com
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically roleplay delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. Students, referred to as Delegates, are assigned a country to represent in one of the UN’s numerous committees with pre-set topics to debate. They research the background of their country, their country's position on the topics at hand, and prepare notes on possible solutions to the problems faced.
Advisor: Ms. Dziedzic firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS is an organization whose members are selected on the basis of the commitment they have exhibited to scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Juniors and seniors are invited to apply at the beginning of the school year if their grade point average is 3.65 or above.
Advisors: Ms. Budd email@example.com
Ms. Dziedzic firstname.lastname@example.org
The school climate activists work to better the school's atmosphere (environment) by informing peers on how to make the school a welcoming place for every individual. SCA plans school-wide activities that promote inclusion and help everyone feel accepted.
Advisor: Dr. Harten email@example.com
Ms. Danielson firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of Student Council (StuCo) is to act as a student representative organization and to use student body opinions for the benefit of the school and the community. The council meets with administration to discuss issues of school community activities. Elected from grades 10-12 in May and grade 9 in the fall. Officers are elected in April and overlap the school year. A number of at-large members join the council each year.
Advisors: Mrs. Watkins email@example.com
Mrs. Manseau firstname.lastname@example.org
TTGC (Table Top Games Club) is the perfect activity for students who enjoy gaming activities such as Dungeons and Dragons, Magic the Gathering, Settlers of Catan, or Risk. It offers a welcoming and inclusive environment for all who attend. If you don’t know how to play, don’t worry, we will teach you how to play and you will make friends in the process! To join a D&D or MTG Pod via Teams, please contact club advisor.
Advisor: Mr. Fox email@example.com
Are you interested in live event production and technical theater? Do you want to support The Academy and the Loos Center for the Arts? This may be the perfect fit for you! Technical Theater Club meets weekly and supports events throughout the year in the Bates Memorial Auditorium, the Alumni Field House, and the Loos Center for the Arts. All are welcome to join, with many opportunities to learn about behind-the-scenes production technology like lighting, audio, projection and automation systems. Students will train at an individual pace with the goal of becoming a volunteer or holding paid positions on both Academy and professional productions.Advisor: Mr. Chalupka firstname.lastname@example.org
is a national honor society for high school musicians who have shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, these students develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in school and beyond.
Advisors: Mrs. Churchill email@example.com
Ms. Ranta firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in video production? Do you want to support our school by attending and recording special events? Or do you have a project of your own in mind? All are welcome to join, there will be many great opportunities to learn video and radio production techniques, enter contests like the Graduation Video Contest, and work both volunteer and paid positions. We hope to see you there!
Meetings: Tuesdays 2:30-4:15 p.m.
Advisor: Mr. Collelo email@example.com
Women's Leadership provides a safe and supportive setting for young women to engage in discussions that encourage communication and connection, in order to promote self-confidence and awareness, which in turn fosters leadership. The group explores and engages in opportunities to develop these aspects through experiences and by inviting guest speakers.
Advisor: Ms. Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
The Italian, Latin, Chinese, Spanish, and German honor societies consist of students who have maintained excellence in language studies at The Woodstock Academy. Students are inducted in May.
Italian National Honor Society
Eligibility for membership in the Italian National Honor Society is based on three semesters of Italian with a 3.6 grade point average in Italian and 3.0 overall GPA.
Advisor: Mrs. Monahan email@example.com
Latin National Honor Society
Application for membership is open to students who have completed through Latin 2 with an average grade of 90 or higher.
For Latin tutoring, email Mrs. Beck to be paired with a tutor.
Advisor: Mrs. Beck firstname.lastname@example.org
Chinese National Honor Society
Application for membership is open to students who have completed through Mandarin 3 with an average grade of B or higher.
Advisor: Ms. Liaw email@example.com
Spanish National Honor Society
Membership in the Spanish National Honor Society is open to students who have maintained a 90 average or better for three marking periods in Spanish classes (beginning with level two, not including level one) and submit a one page written response to 1) why they want to become a member, and 2) how they plan to contribute to the group.
Advisors: Mrs. Thibodeau firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Fox email@example.com
Mrs. Zolobkowski firstname.lastname@example.org
German National Honor Society
For the German National Honor Society, the requirements for eligibility are three semesters of German with a 3.6 grade point average in German and 3.0 overall GPA. Eligible students must also submit a one page written response to 1) why they want to become a member, and 2) how they plan to contribute to the group.
Advisor: Mr. Musko email@example.com