Walled Lake Central-Clubs and Activities
African American Alliance
- Purpose: To highlight contributions made by African Americans and discuss contemporary issues.
- Meets the second Thursday of every month after school in the Media Center.
All School Musical
- Amanda Lenze
- Voicemail: 248-956-4753
- The purpose of the All School Musical is to present a high quality Broadway Musical Theater production using an all student cast, orchestra & crews.
- To join, sign up to be a member of the crew or audition for the cast or orchestra.
- The purpose of the All School Musical is to create a more social bases for students who are interested in the Anime Community
- Tuesdays 2:30 – 3:30 pm, Room C208
- Students come in to work on independent art projects. They’ll have the freedom to use materials for the projects of their choosing
- Meets after school until 4:00 PM in the 3D Art Room.
CAGE - Central’s Advocates for Gender Equality
- Melissa Borgquist
- Voicemail: 248-956-4904
- Promote equity for all, regardless of gender. The group seeks to raise awareness and provide education; support individuals struggling with gender inequality; and to provide aid to groups and individuals working to foster gender equality
- Meets Wednesdays at 2:30 pm, Room D205
CASA (Chaldean American Student Association)
- Nancy Kattoula
- Remind: text @wlccasa to 81010
- To do volunteer work and community awareness.
- Informational meetings once a semester. Events 1-3 times a month.
- To teach students how to play chess while having fun.
- Fridays 2:30 – 3:30 pm Room C110
- Amanda Lenze
- Voicemail: 248-956-4753
- Choir is a Class open to any WLC students who want to sing many opportunities to perform. Sample of events: 4 concerts, sing in the community, all-school talent show, Pops concert, tour, coffee house, Competitions, Festivals plus social activities.
- Choir meets as a class. See Mrs. Lenze in Room A100 or speak to your counselor to enroll.
- Evening Concerts include: Halloween Concert, Collage, Pre-Festival, Ye Olde Boar’s Head Feaste & Pops Concert
- Purpose: To allow students to come together and learn yoga taught by an instructor.
- Every Friday after school.
- Purpose: Marketing student organization that allows students to work on their communication skills, with their business knowledge in a competition setting.
- Coach Roxanne Sanders
- Phone: 248-974-4771
- Open to any student who rides Saddleseat, Huntseat, Hunt/Jump, Western, or Timed Events.
Figure Skating Team
- Foosball Club is designed to teach the official rules of foosball and play/compete within the group in an open environment.
- Meets every Tuesday after school in D210.
- Mme. Nuzzi
- Voicemail: 248-956-4792
- French Club meets after school. For meeting information, follow the French Club on Twitter.
Gay Straight Alliance
- To promote alliance and friendship between LGBTQ and straight students; provide a safe space to talk about LGBTQ related topics.
- Mondays 2:20-3:20 pm, Room D208
German Club and German Exchange
- Herr Engler
- Voicemail: 248-956-4910
- German Club meets monthly and is open to anyone interested in German culture.
GET IT - Girls Exploring Together Information Technology
- Get IT is an after school team activity designed to encourage high school girls to consider and ultimately pursue a career in information technology
- Meets Tuesdays after school in F102
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)
- Purpose: Provide organization members the opportunity to study topics of interest and skills required for future health care professions. Organization members then compete with their acquired knowledge in designated skill events at the regional and national level (if qualified).
- Meets after school once a month.
IASA Indian American Student Association
- Purpose: To bring people together and learn culture as well as dancing. Fun for everyone to join.
- Thursdays 2:30-3:45 PM, Room D204
- Purpose: To provide service to and become involved with the community.
- Interact meets twice a month on Thursdays at 2:30.
- Purpose: To explore Jewish culture
- Marching Band is a 7th hour class and open to any band student Competitions are on Saturdays during the fall.
- Visit the Walled Lake Central Band Website.
Mock Trial Club
- Prepare and present court cases at competition, practicing skills in debate, public speaking and knowledge of the law.
- Various Meetings, November through March
Model United Nations
- Model UN is an extra curricular activity open to any student that simulates the workings of the UN.
- The Model UN meets every Thursday from 2:20 to 3:20 pm in room D105
- WLC Model UN Website
MSA (Muslim Student Association)
- Purpose: Positively impact the school and local community through service and hosting of events.
- MSA Meets every Friday from 2:25-3:15 in room B103
National Art Honor Society
- Katie Radin
- Voicemail: 248-956-4956
- Purpose: Advance the Visual Arts in our school and community.
- Meets every other week Tuesday or Wednesday in room A105.
National Christian Merit Society
- Purpose: Assist incoming refugee population and people struggling in 3rd world countries.
National Honor Society
- Visit the National Honor Society Website for qualifications and information.
PLA (Piano Learners Association)
- Purpose: To enhance the wanted skill for basic piano playing. This is in hopes to spread the enjoyment of playing music.
- Thursday & Fridays 2:30-3:30 Piano studio in the Band Room
Red Cross Club
- Purpose: To have students engage in social interactions and give them opportunities for training and leadership development.
- Meets every other Wednesday after school in room D103.
Robotics Club: FRC Team 308 the Monsters
- This team has developed a reputation as an innovative competitor combining the skills of students in all Walled Lake High Schools.
- Meets Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 to 9:00 and Saturday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Western High School in room D117.
- To provide students with disabilities a safe place to practice social skills with their peers
- Meets Tuesdays at G102 From 2:20 to 3:00 pm
Social Justice Team
- The Social JusticeTeam is intended to discuss, explore, and address social justice issues in our school and community. Part of district social justice program, working towards equity in our schools and community
- Meets Tuesday after school in room D208.
- Explore the culture of the Spanish speaking world and provide fun social activities.
- Purpose: To assist WLC in remaining a student-oriented, communication-based educational establishment, to set examples in the community, and to voice the opinion of the student body to foster an overall positive morale for all of Walled Lake Central.
- Student Council is open to any student with a 2.8 GPA or higher is invited to run in the election held during the Spring. To join, students must complete application process and give campaign speech to the entire class.
- Council meets twice a month during different class periods. All students are welcome to attend meetings in room E100a.
Student Newspaper - The Call
- Sponsor: Melissa Borgquist
- Purpose: To involve students directly in the writing, editing, and publishing of the school newspaper The Call
Tabletop Gaming Club
- Purpose: to bring students together to develop friendship, try new games, and have fun.
- Meets Thursdays after school in B106
The Breakfast Club
- Purpose: Students rarely eat a good breakfast, this will be fun and ensure students start the day off right.
- Every other Friday At 6:30 or 6:45 am in C209
T.H.E. Club (Tree Hugging Environmentalist)
- Students work to raise environmental awareness in our school and participate in activities that promote environmental stewardship locally and globally.
The Epicurean Club
- To indulge in people’s love of and interest in food. Also, to explore new and different cuisines and nutrition
- Meets once every other week in D205.
The Giving Tree
- Nancy Kattoula
- Remind: text @mrskattou to 81010
- The Giving Tree is a volunteer group established to help people overseas and in our area.
The Page Turners
- To come together to read and discuss books as a group.
- First Monday of every month from 2:30-3:30 pm or on PLC days from 1:30-2:30 pm.
- Students will learn the technical side of production including Lighting, Sound, Video, Rigging, and Stage Management. Students will have an opportunity to work events in the auditorium like Concerts, Dance Recitals, and ethnic celebrations.
- Tech Crew is open to all students. Students over 16 may be eligible for a paid position
Vikings for Christ
Walled Lake Central Young Republicans
- Melissa Borgquist
- To involve students directly in the writing, editing and publishing the Yearbook
updated December 5, 2018