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- American Cancer Society
- Amnesty International
- Animal Rights Club
- APP Club
- Art Club
- Buon Amico
- Best Buddies
- Candy Stripers
- Cognitive Computing (AI ) Club
- Debate Team
- Engineering Club
- French Honors Society
- Full Court Peace
- Gay Straight Alliance
- Habitat for Humanity
- International Club
- International Sports Club
- Key Club
- Literary Magazine
- Little Theater Company
- Math Team
- Marine Biology
- Medical Club
- Mock Trial
- Model Congress
- Model United Nations
- Morning Warrior
- National Honors Society
- Organic Garden Club
- Philosophy Club
- Photo Club
- Red Cross Club
- Spanish Honors Society
- Science Olympiad
- Serious Fun
- Socks for Soldiers
- Stock Trading Club
- St. Baldrick's
- Teen Peaceworks
- TOP Inclusion Models
- Video Club
- Warriors Help Warriors
- WHS Recording Studio Club
- WLF Planning Committee
- Women in Biology
- Women's Activism Club
Faculty Adviser: Ms. Meurer
Student Leader: Addie Tanzman (12)-president
Meets every other Thursday
We visit local hospitals in their cancer wings and bring cards. we visit children and deliver toys to those going through chemotherapy. we bring meals to families in wilton with parents and children with cancer.
Amnesty International is a world wide human rights organization that has a chapter here at WHS. We have weekly meetings where we talk about human rights abuses around the world and take action against them. We love having discussions about current events and hearing all opinions! There’s also food at every meeting.
Meets every Thursday from 6-7 in room 336.
Advisors: Andrew Colati and Molly Palmer
Board: Ava Kaplan (co-president), Molly Foster (co-president), Teena Moya (secretary), and Kate Seelert (treasurer)"
Animal Rights Club advocates for the protection and well-being of animals by raising funds for no-kill animal shelters and other organizations that save and support animals in need. In addition, we connect club members to animal shelters in the community in order to volunteer.
Meets biweekly on Monday mornings at 7:45 am in room 216.
Board: Nancy Healy and Morgan McCormick
The APP Club is a a group of students that meet once a week in Ms. Maher's room to learn how to program. This year we are learning how to code in Python, a major language for various jobs. Learning now, will help students have a better understanding in college if they choose to major in Computer Science.
Board: Rithwik Shivram, President, Chuck Li, President, Arden Lee, VP
Adviser: Suzanne Brandt
Student Leaders: Elizabeth Yoon (11, President), Isabel Giller (11, Vice), Leah Moore and Julia Erardi (Secretaries, 11 and 12 respectively)
Meets once a week
The WHS Art Club works to beautify the school (through student-created murals) and to provide our members with the time and resources to pursue their interests
Advisors: Pompa and Morlath
Student Leadership: Madison Paradis, Anna Onnerud, Alyssa Murphy (12), Julia Rothstein (11), Peyton Matik (10)
Meets every one to two months
Buon Amico is a club that helps students grades 10-12 who are new to the school with the transition to Wilton High School. We give them tours and introduces them to key members of the school staff and administration. Membership is open to all Wilton High School Students grades 9-12. Once a month we host a breakfast for the new students and their "buddy" in the cafeteria.
FA: Robin Twerdahl
Student Leader: Jessica Highland, senior, President
Meets once a week
The purpose of Best Buddies is to create 1-1 friendships between students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are all about spreading inclusion and making sure that every person at the high school has a friend who they can depend on.
Advisor: Linda Ciliberti
Student Leadership: Shelby Connor- President; Luke Terradista - Secretary and Treasurer
Meets twice a month
Our club works to bring joy to nursing homes and assisted living facilities through distributing homemade cards and flowers, engaging in conversation, doing games/craft activities, or hosting holiday parties. We collaborate with Stay at Home in Wilton, an non-profit organization that provides a variety of services to senior citizens that allow them to stay in their homes, while staying active and involved with the community. Through this organization we host monthly technology help sessions for seniors at Comstock community center.
Meets Thursdays after school, 7-8pm in room 332
Adviser: Anthony Presta
Student Leadership: Michael Wallace (12), Captain, Cameron Berg (12), Captain, Purab Angreji (11), Board Member, Davis Langhoff (11), Board Member
Meets once a month
The Wilton Debate Team is a competitive organization dedicated to developing its members' public speaking skills. Students should consider joining if they enjoy arguing, discussing current events, and talking about politics. We attend monthly tournaments at surrounding high schools and several annual national tournaments at colleges like Vassar, Princeton, and Yale. Our meetings are Thursday nights from 7 to 8 in room 231. Our faculty adviser is Mr. Presta and our current Captains are seniors Michael Wallace and Cameron Berg. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
The engineering club usually meets once week in the engineering room(first floor near the photo room). We explore different disciplines of engineering including civil, electrical and industrial. Most meetings are spent working on our projects. If you are interested in what engineers do then come on down we are always accepting new members!
Board: Chloe Hornby, President
Meets once a month on Wednesday morning at 7:45 and Thursday afternoon at 2:55 in Madame Berliet's room. 50% attendance required.
Requirement: Must take French.
Student Leadership:Tor Aronson (President 12th Grade) Lydia Hoffman (Vice President 12th Grade) Sibhi Nandan (Treasurer 12th Grade) Rithwik Shivram (Secretary 12th Grade) Erin Sweeney (Secretary 12th Grade)
Adviser: Madame Berliet
We spread French culture and awareness of events in the francophone world. Also we donate to various international charitable organizations such as Doctors Without Borders.
Advisor: Brandon Tegano
Student Leadership: Liam Gany (12 th - President) Kyle Maatallah (12 th - Vice President)
Meets once every two weeks
Here at Full Court Peace we all love working together to figure out ways that we are able to help communities around us through basketball. All are welcome to join. We have club meetings every other week on Friday’s at 7:55 AM in room 240. Our faculty leader is Brandon Tegano.
Advisor: Scott Durkee
Student Leadership: Emily Assef (11th grade, President) , Victoria Soule (12th grade, President) , Kimmy Castano (11th grade, Secretary) , Grace Bracken (11th grade, Secretary) , Solomon Wozniak (10th grade, Treasurer)
Meets every Thursday morning (7:45 AM)
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) meets every Thursday morning at 7:45 A.M. in room D109 (Mr. Durkee's room). GSA club discusses current events and issues involving the LGBTQ community, and ways to inform WHS students and faculty about them. Students should join GSA if they support equal rights for all people and want to learn more about how they can be an activist for these rights. GSA serves as a safe space for everyone, and it is currently run by faculty advisor Mr. Durkee, and student club officers Emily Assef, Victoria Soule, Grace Bracken, Kimmy Castano, and Solomon Wozniak.
Advisor: Senora Mostacero
Student Leaders: Claire Vocke, 12th, President
Meets once a week
International Club is a club that focuses on learning about different cultures through movies, activities, and field trips. We also help with World Language Week by having club members present about their experiences in different countries. Students should join if they are passionate about culture and diversity. We meet Monday after school in Señora Mostacero’s room. Claire Vocke is the President and the other leaders include Isha Shaw, Anna Iorfino, and Leah Moore.
Meets every Tuesday in room 330 at 2:55 pm to either watch, play or discuss international sports such as ping pong, cricket, kabaddi, and many more. You should join International Sports Club because it is a fun, stress free club to learn and play different sports you may not have ever had the opportunity to play.
Board: Rushil Jha, president
Advisor: Dr. Ciliberti
Student Leadership: Taylor Burke (12, President), Morgan McCormick (12, President), Molly Ward (12, Board Member), Chess Cawley (12, Board Member), Nancy Healy (11, Board Member), Ashleigh Hawthorne (12, Board Member), Zach Sherman (10, Board Member), Vivian Quinlan (12, Board Member), Rebecca Jeon (11, Board Member)
Officer meeting once a month & full club meeting once a month
Key Club provides members with opportunities to grant service, build character and develop leadership within the community. Students volunteer for different activities in Wilton throughout the year depending on when they're available. It's a great opportunity to help others and connect with other students. We meet the first Tuesday of every month in room 331 at 7:45 am. Please contact Dr. Ciliberti (advisor) email@example.com , Taylor Burke (co-president) firstname.lastname@example.org , or Morgan McCormick (co-president) email@example.com for questions.
meets 3 to 3:20 Thursdays
L.E.T.S. (Let’s Erase the Stigma) works towards erasing the stigma around mental illness. Our goal is to reveal the prevalence of mental illness (for example: anxiety, depression) in our community and to promote a good, healthy school environment. We are a welcoming club for anyone and everyone in the high school. You never know what someone else is going through, that’s our primary message.
We hang posters around the school to promote health and wellness regarding mental illness and raise money for these causes. We also do activities during meetings and work on our index card project!
Board: Libby Manuel (President), Isabel Shain (Secretary), and Paige Brown (Web-master).
Advisor: Marty Kozlowski
Student Leadership: Finn Maloney (President, 12th grade), Ella Kinnersley (Vice President, 12th grade), Aidan Callahan (Secretary, 12th grade), Sibhi Nandan (Treasurer, 12th grade), Ava Kaplan (Press Secretary, 11th Grade)
Meets every other Thursday
The Little Theater Company involves almost every aspect of the theater program at Wilton High School. It provides ample opportunities to get involved in shows and tech positions such as the annual Freeplay improv program, senior show, and spring musical and fall play and also find time to play games and have fun! We meet in the Little Theater every other Thursday and our faculty leader is Marty Kozlowski. Our student leaders are Finn Maloney (President), Ella Kinnersley (Vice President), Aidan Callahan (Secretary), Sibhi Nandan (Treasurer), Ava Kaplan (Press Secretary).
Ashleigh Hawthorne (12th grade, President), Trisha Mhatre (10th grade, Vice President), Caroline Denneen (12th grade, Secretary)
Meets once a week
To help students learn about the marine environment by conducting research in Norwalk Harbor, by exploring topics online to present to other members, and to increase awareness among the school and community of ocean problems.
The medical club provides information to students about the various professions in the medical field (by bringing in doctors to present), gives many students hands on experiences (we go on many field trips) , as well as teaching members about important practices of medicine (we teach members how to suture)!
Meets every Thursday Mrs. Jasinski’s room (room 102)!
Board: Julia Morneau, President. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the google classroom code!
Advisor: Mr. McCaffrey
Student Leadership: Alexandra Curtin (12), President; Tyler Bluestein (12), President; Richard Dineen (12), Vice President; Mia Reufenacht (12), Secretary; Aiden Callahan (12), Treasurer
Meets up to 4-5 times a week when a competition is nearing
In five short years, the WHS Mock Trial Club has grown from a fledgling start-up to a club that has made consecutive appearances in the State Quarter-Finals. Mock Trial attracts many students with a variety of interests and backgrounds: from the future lawyers of WHS to the thespians to the year-round athlete, all of whom learn skills ranging from public speaking, writing, and of course, understanding the law. Students on the team prepare the roles of both witness and attorney in a pre-arranged "mock" case prepared for purposes of the State competition. The student witnesses learn the facts from mocked-up affidavits and prepare to answer any questions from lawyers during the direct and cross examinations while the student lawyers study the case file to craft questions for their examinations of the witnesses. They then meet at a State courthouse to compete against other area schools in the actual courtrooms, with area practitioners serving as judges. If you are interested, come join us Mondays at 3 in room 232.
Advisor: Mr. Dunaj
Student Leadership: Elizabeth Yoon (President,12)
WHS Model Congress creates an opportunity for WHS students to simulate the United States Congress. Club members practice and enhance their civic and social skills weekly. Each week, students write and introduce legislation (e.g. capital punishment, health care, anti-terrorism, euthanasia, etc.).
Meets every Thursday
Find out more at their website here
Advisor: Kevin Slater
Student Leadership: Michael Cassara, Johnny Maggio, Ethan Reichgut
Meets twice per week
Morning Warrior is a weekly news broadcast dedicated to bringing entertainment, news, and information on upcoming events to the High School community. Our weekly show provides a forum for administration as well as students to have a voice in our community. Members learn the basic operations of a fully functioning TV Studio akin to those in the real world. Students can either operate behind or in front of the cameras (or both!) While locations and times vary week to week, we generally record Weather and Hosts Tuesday mornings at 7:30AM, and edit / publish the show Tuesdays after school.
Advisor: Mrs. Steadham
Student Leadership: Taylor Burke (12, president), Harvey Alexander (12, vice president), Lizzy Lynch (12, secretary), Cova Perez (12, treasurer)
Meets first Thursday of every month
This service organization, which is composed of students who go above and beyond their regular activities, is dedicated to improving our town and high school. NHS organizes various activities, mid-term study night, for the school and community. They also provide free tutoring to Wilton students, most often at the high school. Admission to NHS is by invite only. Please contact Mrs. Steadham (email@example.com) for any questions.
The Organic Garden Club gives students the opportunity to grow plants in the outdoor garden during the spring and fall, and in the greenhouse year round. Students who have an interest in working in the greenhouse and the garden should join!
We meet Mondays and Fridays after school in the greenhouse, email Mr. Hunter (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Arden Lee (email@example.com) for more information.
Board: Arden Lee, President Jules Fastiggi, Vice President
Requirements: Training (See Mr. Pompa, Mrs. Dunaj, or Ms. Zemo)
Advisors: K.Zemo, C. Dunaj, & D. Pompa
Student Leadership: Tor Aronson (12), Grace Kirchof (12), Kace Stewart (11), Emily Underwood (12), & Megan Meyer (12)
2 x month (EC 1/Full Membership 1)
Peervention is not at "true club" because students are nominated by faculty members and required to attend 2 all day retreats and 5 afterschool sessions. Peervention is a program that equips students through intensive training with the ability to assist and support peers through challenging times. Peervention members mentor student students throughout the school system and supports various community mental health related programs.
The mission of Wilton High School’s Philosophy Club is to promote philosophical discussion among high schoolers and provide an intellectual and respectful environment for teenagers to pursue these discussions. We discuss widely different topics regarding philosophy, new members and topic suggestions are always welcome!
Meets every Wednesday morning at 7:30am in Mrs.Fayek’s Room (Room 331)
Officers: Rachel Boal, President, Madeleine Tupper, Vice President, Sophie Roberts, Secretary, Allison Farago, Publicist
Advisor: Mrs. Fayek
Student Leadership: Yashika Nana (Club President)
Meets every Thursday
The Red Cross Club is a team of students who are determined to help others and to gain leadership roles and experiences for the future. From hosting school wide events to being trained in different areas covered by the Red Cross, giving back to the community around us is the main goal. Feel free to come to a meeting anytime during the year! The WHS Red Cross Club meets every Thursday, at 7:30 in Rm 331. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns!
Advisor: Ms. Doble
Student Leadership: Daniella Chavez, Nicole Case, Nora Hoch
Meets every Friday from 3-4
Members utilize programming and engineering skills to build a robot that competes in VEX robotics competitions. Students who have a passion for STEM can learn and expand on their knowledge. The club meets every Friday from 3-4 in Ms. Doble's room (room 104). Led by Nora Hoch, Nicole Case, and Daniella Chavez.
Student Leadership: Chess Cawley (12th grade, president), Michael Wallace (12th grade, Vice President), Nicole Case (12th grade, Treasurer), Victoria Curley (12th grade, Secretary)
Meets every other Friday
The Spanish Honor Society recognizes high academic achievement in the study of Spanish language and culture. Members participate in activities and volunteer opportunities to enhance what they learn in Spanish class.
Serious Fun is a club that raises money for children with different illnesses. The money goes to a non-profit organization called Hole in The Wall, which are summer camps that these children can stay at, and be provided with all medical needs!
We also work with Children’s Hospitals nearby, and make cards for them during holidays! One of our biggest events will be a Wilton Color Run which will take place this Spring. All of the money raised will go directly to the organization.
Every active member gets their very own SeriousFun T-shirt!
Meets once a week, every Thursday morning at 7:45Board: Maria Saldutti, President and Sophia Kaplan, vice president
Advisor: Dann Pompa
Student Leadership: Johnny Maggio & Kyle Shifrin , co-leaders, both grade 12
Meets at least once per month
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation raises awareness and funds to fight childhood cancer. While battling cancer, children lose not only their hair but also years of their childhood, and sometimes their lives. Participants in a St. Baldrick’s event shave their heads in exchange for donations towards research. It’s a simple concept, a fun time and a very effective fundraiser - since its national founding in 2000, the St. Baldrick's Foundation has rose well over $50 million with head shavings in 18 countries, and shaved over 390,000 heads. Our team is comprised of Wilton High School students and staff started in 2007 for a area child diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma at age two-and-a-half who is now cancer free. For our first two years we participated with the Fairfield based TeamBrent, but eventually members of our school created a Wilton High School offshoot in 2009.
Advisor: Lauren Walker
Student Leadership: Kevin Connolly, Senior; Nick Sylvia, Senior; Lauren Robertson, Senior; Erin Sweeney, Senior; Dylan Bayer, Senior; Kyle Saxon, Senior
Meets once every two weeks
A club dedicated to promoting inclusion and anti-bullying at all age levels as well as raising awareness of various disabilities.
The club's main purpose is to raise money and awareness for different unicef projects through fundraiser such as bake sales and posters that are placed around the school. By joining UNICEF Club students are helping spread awareness on human rights and helping support children in need around the world.
Meets every other Wednesday at 7:45 in Señora Hernandez’s Room 314.
Board: Chloe Zimmermann (president), Carly Lattimer (Vice President), Cova Perez (secretary)
Warriors Help Warriors' mission is to fundraise and help charities supporting veterans and those in service. We meet 1-2 times a month on Tuesday mornings at 7:45 in Mrs. Higgins room (room 313) to plan fundraisers and discuss different ways to give back. For more details, join the facebook group WHS Warriors Help Warriors Club or email email@example.com
Board: Agata Favilla, Grade 11, Co-president, Lexi Kiss, Grade 11, Co-president
Our goal is to create a space where musicians can come to bring their creations to life. We create professional recordings and strive to foster a greater interest in music at Wilton High School. We meet in the recording studio! If you make a left when you walk into the building it is the first door on your left. We meet on Thursdays, but each musician can coordinate a time with Mr. Mendelson to make their unique projects a reality. We offer a warm and supportive environment for positive collaboration and creativity. We hope that we can allow music to bring our school together.
Board: Rachel Strassa
Our club gets to choose the language and cultural events for the World Language Festival. We go through the schedule and choose important events that we would like to include. It is a privilege to be organizing the week and designing the events for the taste of the school.
Board: Alex Killian and Jayna Gumins
Women in Biology augments interest in science and encourages students to pursue their passion for STEM activities through student-led scientific discussions, the opportunity to research and present on any topic, and guest speakers. We are also planning several field trips for later this year!
Meets Friday mornings at 7:45 am in room 108.
Board: Hannah Bracken, KC Johnson, Alex Meyers, and Morgan McCormick (all co-presidents)
Advisors: Ms. Maher and Mrs. Rinaldi
Student Leadership: Presidents: Victoria Soule (12), Emily Kesselman (12); VP: Grace Bracken (11); Secretary: Olivia Collender (12); Treasurer: Solomon Wozniak (10)
Meets every Wednesday morning at 7:45 in room 301A
We spread awareness of gender inequality, offer a space for students to share their insights and debate social issues, and most importantly, make a positive impact on the school and local community. Come join us!