Clubs at SCW


Key Club 20-21

Adeline Block

SCW Key Club is a volunteer club open to anyone.  They meet every Thursday at 6:50 in the library.  Key club members help out with things around the school and our city.  For more information you can contact Mrs. Weil, CC Henderson, or Sydney Kardasz or anyone else in the club!

SCW FCA is a club for SCW’s Christian athletes, but you don’t have to be either to attend!  They meet on Fridays at 6:30 in Mr. Jackson’s room.  FCA discusses how to incorporate God into athletics and our everyday lives.  They also host and attend fun events throughout the semester.  Contact Sophia Prost, Josh Nelson, Jacqueline Guerly, or Lily Jackson for more info.

SCW’s HOSA Club is a club for future health professionals and those interested in a health sciences field.  HOSA’s core values are learning, leadership, service, and innovation.  HOSA meets at 1:30 on early-out Wednesdays in room C100.  Contact Mr. Jameson or president, Guadalupe Vallejo.

SCW FBLA is a club for all students who are interested in business.  FBLA takes part in competitions in the spring and listens to professional speakers in the business field.  They also take a trip to Kokomo Joe’s!  They meet on Tuesdays at 6:45 in Mrs. McLaughlin’s room.  Contact Sam Papin or Chrissy Severs with any questions.

The Dungeons and Dragons club teaches it’s members how to play the game on paper and on RPG DVD.  It’s open to anyone interested!  They meet on Tuesdays in room B117 or you can attend over Zoom with the code: alj3tv.  You can contact Alex Dollar, Tyler Carnes, or Ms. Joseph.  

FCCLA is a family, career, and community leaders club.  The club takes part in competitive events, attends conferences, and networks with team leaders.  The club is open to anyone who is or has taken a FCS class.  Contact Mrs. Hill for information regarding meetings.

SCWest Players is a drama club open to all students.  The SCWest Players put on multiple theatre productions.  The club is a gateway to the invitation only International Thespian Society which supplies opportunities for students to work with theatre professionals and audition for theatre specific scholarships.  SCWest Players meets monthly in the auditorium.  Contact Jake Duffner or Paige Ryherd for more information.

The SCW Black Student Union is a club for any student who wants to discuss issues going on in the world for black individuals.  The club meets on Friday over zoom in AIP   (Mrs. Van Houten’s zoom).  Contact Jillian Shivers, Lea Michelle, and Harmony Hudson with any questions.

SCW’s Art Club meets after school on Mondays and Tuesdays in room H108.  It is open to any student “who enjoys making things and using their interests and talents to promote the arts in our school and community.”  The members make t-shirts, create art, and help other clubs with art related projects.  You can contact Ms. Martin with any questions!