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A cappella Club

Sheila Cuneo

Wednesdays & Thurdays

6:45 AM - 7:45 AM


Chorus Room

A cappella club is a group of advanced level vocalists singing music repertoire ranging from classical to contemporary styles. They perform at local venues such as the Mall at Rockingham Park, and have started participating in competitions.  This activity is for singers who have some basic to moderate knowledge of 4- part harmony, and love the challenge of singing unaccompanied music.

Archery Club


12:30PM - 2:30PM

Gym Archery is both a competitive and noncompetitive sport that is rapidly growing popularity among high school and college students.  Any one who is willing to try can shoot.  You do not need to be a typical athlete in order to participate in this sport!  You do not need your own equipment to try the sport out, but it is suggested that anyone consistently attending practices or competing should have their own equipment.  The competitive members of the club attend one tournament a month, thus far, Windham High members have consistently placed in the top 5 in their shooting division.

Art Club

Hannah Cole


After school

Art Room



Art for Art's Sake

Book Club


Ken Naroian




Media Center Students who enjoy reading meet to discuss and share their appreciation or criticism of literature in a variety of genres. Titles are proposed and selected by vote of Book Club members.
Members are encouraged to submit one book review for publication in the library webpage / school newspaper. The mission of this book club will be to promote literacy and a life-long love of reading among students and teachers. This community of readers is bound by common interests and a hunger to explore new novels.

Climbing Club

Dave Gilbert


Climbing Club Permission Form


3:00PM - 5:30PM

25 Otterson St.
Nashua, NH
Vertical Dreams is offering your High School special discounted climbing passes for the Winter/Spring of 2012.  These passes are good for admission to both the climbing gym in Manchester and the new climbing facility in Nashua!  Anyone interested in climbing should go to Vertical Dreams to purchase one of the passes.  Be sure to act quickly, as free belay lessons are offered only on certain dates.  Also, don’t forget to have your parents fill out a Vertical Dreams climbing waiver and mention the "climbing club" when you sign up.

Debate Club

Ken Naroian

G237 The WHS Debate Club gives students an opportunity to discuss current events, school and community issues as well as national affairs in a structured setting. Members learn the formal art of disputing by participating in various activities including exploring various formats of debate, considering argumentative techniques, researching issues, creating formal arguments, and participating in intra-club debates. Also, there is an online forum where issues are posted for students to share their reasoned opinions in preparation for live debates. Future goals include expanding club membership to create a WHS Debate Team that will participate in formal debate competitions.



3rd Thursday / Month

After school


On Sale


During ALL Lunches




Concession Stand

DECA (Association of Marketing/Business Students) prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

The sale of the cookies funds the DECA group


The goal of the club is to raise money for "Family Promise of the Greater Rockingham County" to open its doors to local homeless families and aide them in returning to homes.

For more information: 



After School


The Do Good Club was founded by Justin Valentine. The club holds events such as Black-Light Dances, selling t-shirts and holding an ultimate frisbee tournament. All the events' money raised goes directly to Family Promise.

Any students interested in joining will receive more than enough community service hours by helping plan and running such events.

WHS Drama Productions



During Production

Daily After School

Auditorium Two(2) to Three(3) staged productions produced each school year generally in the fall, March and possibly May. The March production is a musical. Students are encouraged to audition for on-stage acting roles or back stage support. Rehearsals are after school in the auditorium.

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America


Kay Shoubash

Janet Robbins

1st and 3rd Mondays of every month



Come cook & sew with us and get the FACS!

FCCLA is about helping develop career skills, learning to balance responsibilities to practicing and applying creative & critical thinking. In the spring students will participate in the FCCLA Spring Conference in North Conway, NH to compete against other FCCLA clubs from across the state.

First Robotics Team




Check us out on Moodle:


After School

E210 From January through March, we design and build a robot for the FIRST Robotics Competition. In addition, our team strives to:
  • Teach engineering, science, and technology through partnerships with mentors who have backgrounds in these fields.
  • Inspire students and team members to seek careers in engineering, science, and technology.
  • Reach out to the community on a year-round basis, spreading the message of FIRST through robot demonstrations, workshops, and other technical mentoring activities.

Fitness Club

Mondays - After School Wednesdays - 3:00M Fridays - After School
Weight Rm Students are encouraged, but not required to use the Jaguar fitness routine that has been developed by Jaguar human performance teachers in collaboration with Jaguar varsity coaches.  Fitness club is open to all grades.

French Honor Society

Susan Brennan

Once a Month


G303 The French National Honor Society is a selective organization of high achieving French students.  Throughout the year, these students tutor other French students and facilitate the French club while also promoting the love of the French language. 



Elizabeth Talon

Every Other Thursday

After School

F213 Rachel Scott, the first victim in the Columbine High School Shootings, touched the lives of thousands with her kindness and compassion.
“Friends of Rachel Club" was developed to continue Rachel’s chain reaction of kindness and compassion in the school and community.
The main goal of the F.O.R. Club is to help create a caring environment where all feel welcome.

Jag Store


7:15 AM - 7:50 AM

School Store The store features a variety of snacks, school supplies and JagWear for sale.

Come In and Check it Out!



Mike Welch

Janice Les

Check us out on Moodle

2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Ping Pong Club
Alternating Tuesdays


Jaguar Community Alliance

The JCA’s mission is to help bring together the diversity of Windham High School by creating opportunities for all students to form friendships and become positively involved in the school as well as the Windham community. We are also focusing on creating a culture of acceptance as well as school spirit. There are no dues. Students can become members at any point during the year. Enrollment is open on Moodle.

Jazz Combo

Jared Cassedy

TBD E222 The WHS Jazz Combo is a select subset of students from from the WHS Jazz Ensemble.  These students meet weekly to rehearse various jazz standards and combo charts.  The music focuses heavily on improvisation and independent part playing.  Students in this ensemble are given many opportunities during the school year to perform at various school and community events.

Jazz Ensemble

Jared Cassedy


Block 4A

E222 The WHS Jazz Ensemble is a credited class that meets during school hours.  Entrance into this ensemble is based on a yearly audition.  The music focuses heavily on improvisation and independent/collaborative rehearsal techniques and performance.  Students perform at various school and community events as well as participate in music festivals and trips.

Math Club

Julie Hartmann

Steve Latvis


Once a Month on Tuesdays

After School

F213 The Math Club participates in the New England Mathematics League contests.  The contests are held one Tuesday a month in Mrs. Hartmann's room from 2:30 - 3:00 pm from October - March.  We will also participate in Moody's Mega Math Challenge - held one Saturday in March.  Those participating will meet every other Tuesday next year starting in October.


Steve Latvis

Check us out on Moodle: 

The guest password is whsmathletes

Flexible F224 The purpose of the Mathletes is to enrich the study of mathematics through friendly competition with other high school teams (MA, NH & ME). Awards are given at each meet for the top two scorers in each grade level. At the end of the year the top two overall scores in the freshmen, sophomore and junior classes are recognized with trophies. In the senior class the top three scores are recognized with trophies and scholarships upwards of $500.

Model UN

Shannan McKenna

Meetings vary and will be announced via email to members G312 Model United Nations is a group that participates in academic simulations of the United Nations that aims to educate students about current events, topics in international relations, and diplomacy, while also fostering students' writing and speaking skills. The group participates in three large conferences a year, including the annual Boston University Model UN Conference.

Mu Alpha Theta Math   Honor Society

Mary Anderson

2nd Tuesday/Month F224 Mu Alpha Theta is a national mathematics collegiate honor society.  To become a member, students must be enrolled in an advanced placement mathematics course, volunteer 20 hours/year promoting mathematics, and participate in math competitions.

National Honor Society

Colleen Smith


Newspaper Club

Katherine Ash


Peer Leaders

Julie Lichtmann

    Peer Leaders are students that volunteer their time to help.  Students may help out at Open Houses, New Student Orientations, Parent Teacher Conferences, College Mini-Fairs, provide Peer Assistance to students at Middle, Center or Golden Brook School, plus many more fun and interesting opportunities.

Puzzle Club

Josh Lavoie

Every Tuesday


F214 Let's get together as a school and take on a Guinness Record Challenge!


Matt Blair


Bill Raycraft


Student Athletic Leadership Team

Is a student run club that promotes good character, respect, and sportsmanship on/off the playing area.

One of our goals is to increase school spirit and support for our various teams here at WHS. To do this, we will organize school-wide events such as student fan of the year, athletics day, and through creating student sections at home games.  As a newly built school, spirit and pride in being a jaguar is not the most abundant quality amongst student athletes. However, SALT is a “team” that promotes these coveted attributes and brings the school together at the same time.

Science Olympiad Team

Christy Johnson

Michael Demers

Tuesday or Thursday


F201 Student of all levels are encouraged to join the WHS Science Olympiad Team to compete in the NH Science Olympiad each year in March. The competitions of the NH Science Olympiad are compared to academic track meets and consist of over 20 different events representing all science disciplines. The events include topics in anatomy, physics, mechanical engineering, chemistry, forensics, astronomy, wind power, ecology and much more. Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on group participation in a non-threatening environment. It is an experience students are sure to remember for a lifetime!



Matt Bryant

Once a Month on Wednesdays

2:30 PM


Spreading Meaningful Irreplaceable Life Experiences Selflessly

Some of the activities SMILES participates in yearly, Janitorial Appreciation Day, Camp Allen Clean up, STYLES & SMILES Fashion Show and many more during the school year

Spanish Honors Society

Chad Westwood

3rd Wednesday of every month G318 Spanish Honor Society is made up of a dedicated group of Spanish students who have met honors status in their Spanish classes, completed level 2 or higher, and are a Junior or older.   The group meets to plan cultural and community activities relating to the Spanish language.

Student Council

Shannan McKenna


7:15 AM

G311 Student Council gives students the opportunity to take part in determining school activities and shaping the school climate and culture.  It seeks to create and promote events and activities for the entire student body.  There are seven representatives from each class, who are elected in June for sophomores, juniors, and seniors and in September for the freshmen.

Yearbook Club


Yearbook Website


Nancy Bourdeau

Katherine Ash


2:30 - 3:30 PM


Students in the Yearbook Club are the decision-makers of the WHS Yearbook. They interview and photograph students, faculty and administrators, plan a theme and cover, design and develop layout, sell advertisement, organize sales, and manage distribution of the Yearbook. The goal is a quality yearbook that successfully reflects a comprehensive pictorial history of the campus activities for the present school year, which the Yearbook Club and WHS community can be proud of.

WHS 2016 Class Advisors

Chad Westwood


WHS 2017 Class Advisors


WHS 2018 Class Advisors



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