Page High Extracurricular Activities

  • Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. To learn more about a club or activity, select the name in the drop down below.  

    Student-led clubs are initiated, created, and led by students at each individual school campus where the club is active. A student who wishes to organize a non-school sponsored, student-led club must obtain prior written consent from the school principal.  These clubs are not governed by school officials, but a club monitor is present at the time of student-led club meetings held on school campuses. Parents or legal guardians must complete and sign the permission form to participate in a student-led club before their child may participate. 

    Visit WCS Board Policy 6.702 for detailed guidelines and rules about school-sponsored and student-led clubs, activities and organizations.  Parents or legal guardians must notify an administrator in writing if the student is not permitted to become a member or participate in any activities of a club or organization.  Pursuant to state law, the written communication shall be signed and dated by the parent or legal guardian. 

School Sponsored Clubs

  • Best Buddies

  • DECA

  • E-Sports

  • FFA

  • Forensics

  • French National Honor Society

  • HOSA

  • Journalism/Yearbook

  • Model UN

  • Mu Alpha Theta

  • National Art Honor Society

  • National English Honor Society

  • National Honor Society

  • National Science Honor Society

  • National Spanish Honor Society

Student Led Clubs

  • (As of 1/9/2023)

  • Amnesty International

  • AP Study Group

  • Art Club

  • Bible Study Group

  • Blue Crew

  • Boys' Lacrosse

  • Breathe Meditation and Mindfulness Club

  • Buddy's Giving Organization (BGO)

  • Cereal Club

  • Chess Club

  • Cryptocurrency Club

  • Cultural Awareness Club

  • Debate Club

  • Drama Club

  • Dungeons and Dragons Club