There are always multiple opportunities for groups of students to meet together during or outside the school day, with a faculty advisor to explore their area of interest. From human rights to Spanish films, Wildwood middle and upper school students’ interests span a broad spectrum and take shape in a variety of club offerings. Clubs provide leadership and involvement opportunities as well as the chance to meet new friends. If a student has a special interest, chances are someone at Wildwood shares it—and would be happy to start a club.
Leading a club, starting a club, and/or being part of a club not only allows students with a shared interest to find a common space but also helps on reinforcing valuable life skills. Students lead efforts to raise money, raise awareness, organize and plan events, and have an opportunity to speak to the entire school community via All School Meetings. Students in grades 6-12 can participate in starting a club, though some clubs are specific to middle or upper school only.
Below is a list of our current or most recent clubs:
California Math League (CAML)
Game Design Club
Human Rights Watch Student Task Force
International Community Involvement
The Invisible College
Middle School Band
Relief Effort Student Steering Committee
SAGA (Straight and Gay Alliance)
Science Fiction Appreciation
Wildwood Sustainability Collective