Get Involved

Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • Newspaper - The Lynx

    Sponsor: G. Dolhon 

  • Class of 2023 Officers

    Sponsor: Terribile / Rodrigues

  • Class of 2024 Officers

    Sponsor: Serphos 

  • Class of 2025 Officers

    Sponsor: Terribile / Stogner

  • Art

    Sponsor: Ms.Vanselow

    The art club is one where the students share a love of art, self-expression, and a passion for creating their own personal style. Members will be involved in school and community projects to enhance their sense of self while helping others.

  • Cheerleading

  • Chess Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Myerson

    Our Jr. Bucks Chess Team is an open club to all students in grades Six through Eight who want to learn the game of chess, compete in school and at-large tournaments, and who hold a 2.0-grade point average.

  • Drama/Thespians

    Sponsor: Ms. Nesmith

    Drama Club is designed for students interested in learning more about the aspects of theater. This includes learning stage terminology, working on acting skills, set building, and costumes/makeup design. Drama Club is open to all students.

  • First Priority

    Sponsor: Ms. Cunicelli-Carlton

    The goal of the First Priority Club is to connect the church to reach the campus for Christ! Student-led clubs meet every week on public middle and high school campuses and the Gospel is shared each month. First Priority builds a bridge from the campus to the church, where students can be disciplined and nurtured in a local body of believers. There are currently 130 campus clubs in five counties from Miami-Dade to Fort Pierce. However, we want to be on 300 campuses. You can help us reach that goal!

  • Future Florida Educators of America [FFEA]

    Sponsor: Ms. Vazquez and Ms. Lacayo

    The FEA (Future Educators of America) is not only for those interested in the field of education but for those interested in leadership as well.  FEA provides students with the opportunity to volunteer throughout school, help fellow peers, and learn important skills such as responsibility and leadership.

  • Human Relations Council (H.R.C.)

    Sponsor: Dr. N. Morgan

    Human Relations Council, part of a BCPS student-led Initiative that is established to create a group of principled Jr. Bucks that will positively promote campus-wide tolerance, support/promotion of multiculturalism and diversity at school and in the community. In addition, it strives to provide on-going leadership opportunities for its members. It is open to all grade levels and all Jr. Bucks are encouraged to join!

  • Just Say No

    Sponsor: Ms. Forde

    This group of students is committed to “saying no” to drugs and alcohol and spreading the news about their harmful effects on your body.  See Ms. Rachel for more information.

  • Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders (MTL)

    Sponsor: Ms. Scott

    • Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders is an intergenerational peer-mentoring program that employs early intervention strategies and culturally responsive methods to increase middle school students’ high school readiness.
    • The mission of MTL is to provide dropout prevention, educational re-engagement, and student leadership program that operates according to five pillars to increase graduation rates, college admissions, and scholarships. The five pillars are Academic Achievement, Mentoring, Family Involvement, Community Support, and Incentives.
    • MTL students are provided with enrichment activities, book study, and rewards for positive behavior.  Additionally, they participate in a variety of workshops and retreats to assist in developing as leaders and to improve the Mentee's academics and behavior. 

  • National Honor Society (N.H.S.)

    Sponsor: Ms. Zorn

    National Honor Society (N.H.S.) is one of the nation’s premier organizations that recognize outstanding middle school students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, character, and citizenship.  Students get involved in community service projects such as beach cleanups, food drives, walk-a-thons for cancer, or tree planting for environmental improvement.  To become a member, students must maintain a 3.5-grade point average and complete 45 hours of community service. This is the pinnacle organization on campus.

  • Peer Counseling

    Sponsor: Ms. Cunicelli- Carlton

    Peer Counselors are a cross-section of students who act as helpers and active listeners for their fellow students. The course curriculum focuses on prevention. It addresses a multitude of social, individual, school, and family concerns and has a focus on violence and substance abuse prevention issues.

  • Psychology Club

    Sponsor: Ms.Cunicelli-Carlton

    Psychology Club works to explore human nature in depth and educate students about the development of modern psychology and the impact of psychological disorders. Interactive discussions, experiments, engaging guest speakers, and field trips will allow members to gain an understanding of the human mind.

  • Robotics Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Large

    The Robotics Club provides our students the hands-on experience of learning to design, build, and code/program VEX Robots, boosting teamwork and problem-solving abilities while helping kids learn how abstract concepts, like mathematics, engineering, and computing actually work in practice.

  • Speech & Debate

    Sponsor: Isaacs

    In this club, students learn effective communication and debate skills, which are put to the test in a district-wide debate competition.

  • Student Government Association (S.G.A.)

    Sponsor: Ms. Yard

    S.G.A. is a student-run organization that dedicates itself to creating memorable experiences for every student at WBHS. By encouraging involvement, we provide a medium for all students to become active in the workings of our community. This includes hosting a number of inclusive activities such as Spirit Week, pep rallies, and much much more. Not only do we bridge the gap between students and administration, but we are also involved members of our community. On an annual basis, WBHS SGA participates in Harvest Drive and other service-based projects that are aimed at exposing our participants to service and learning. Every year our goal is to improve the lives of our student and faculty population by implementing creative and fun ideas to make each year unforgettable!

  • Women of Tomorrow

    Sponsor: Ms.Tomlinson

    Women of Tomorrow mentees are part of a small group of young women at their high schools who meet once per month with at least one Women of Tomorrow mentor throughout their high school careers. Mentees participate in monthly mentoring sessions, career-focused field trips, and specialized college campus visits, and in 12th grade may apply for Women of Tomorrow scholarship opportunities to pursue higher education.
    Mentees begin the program in 9th or 10th grade and stay in the program throughout their high school careers. In any given Women of Tomorrow Mentoring Group, there are mentees in all four grade levels — 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. Mentees are diverse young women with differing strengths and weaknesses, so they may learn from and help each other, in addition to benefiting from the mentoring they receive.

    How To Join:
    Mentees are selected for participation in the Women of Tomorrow Program by their school-based Women of Tomorrow School Coordinators, mostly through referrals by teachers, guidance, and/or administration. All mentees must complete annual mentee applications or mentee update forms, corresponding releases, and the mentee pledge. While participation in the program is voluntary, once enrolled, all mentees are required to attend all Mentoring Sessions and must have no unexcused absences to be eligible for Women of Tomorrow scholarship opportunities.

  • Yearbook

    Sponsor: Ms. B. Acosta

    Our Yearbook Club is responsible for creating our annual yearbook. They always do a great job!

  • Youth Crime Watch

    Sponsor: Ms. Diejuste

    Based on the Neighborhood Watch concept, a school crime watch helps youth watch out for each other to make the entire school area safer and more enjoyable.  The school crime watch is a student-led effort that helps youth take a share of responsibility for their school community. Youth who participate in a school crime watch learn how to keep from becoming victims.  They also learn the best ways to report suspicious activities or arguments between students before they turn into fights or other disturbances.