|Art Club/Open Studio
||The Art Club provides an environment that allows students to join together and expand their creative minds through different art making activities. We also strive to support our Bruin family and spread our artistic talent throughout the school.
||The WBHS Color Guard is a performance ensemble that uses flags and other props along with dance to express dynamic passages in the music accompanying the marching band at football games, parades, and competitions.
|Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)
||DECA is a co-curricular organization for students enrolled in Marketing classes. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the world.
||Ms. Caffee – Rm. M4
Mr. Lytle – Rm. M2
Ms. Stone – Rm. G25
Ms. Hatfield – Rm. M6
||In addition to supporting and funding the Theatre Department productions, we provide theatre workshops, community volunteer opportunities, participate in school events, and offer students who cannot take the class a chance to work with theatre students and learn about the art of theatre.
|Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
||Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education as determined by the state department of education. FCCLA is the Ultimate Leadership Experience is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. It is the only career and technical in-school student organization with family as its central focus. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities.
|Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
||The FBLA is the largest student business organization in the world. Our organization strives to help students develop leadership skills by introducing them to the business world through networking, conferences, competitions, and community service. The FBLA is also a large supporter of Project ASK, a childhood cancer foundation.
|International Cultural Society
||The purpose of this organization shall be to promote, learn and share international cultures. The general objectives of this club shall be: to provide social interaction for internationally minded students, to promote awareness of diverse cultures throughout our community, to serve the community at large, and to foster an appreciation of academic world language development. General activities include the following: exposing students to cultural samplings through film, music, cuisine, games and holiday festivals, to promote academics through guest speakers and national organizations, and to develop school spirit through building activities.
|Literary Magazine (VHSL regulated)
||The Literary Magazine, also known as Lit Mag, is a group of students who work together to compile a range of writing, art, photography, and even music to be published. Many students are also in Writing Club or the Creative Writing Class, but do not have to be. The Muse is published in May and is submitted to VHSL judging.
||WBHS Band Program
|Technology Student Association (TSA)
||The specific purposes of the Technology Student Association is to develop, through individual and team work, the ability of members to plan, organize, and use a variety of resources to solve problems by exploring technology and developing an understanding of technological literacy.
Technology classes support this by providing exploratory experiences in classrooms and laboratories. These classes instill desirable work habits and attitudes toward a positive way of life in students and foster a deep respect for the dignity of work. TSA will prepare individuals for enrollment in advanced or highly skilled vocational and technical education programs.
||Writing Club meets once a month and often works with Literary Magazine to publish a magazine of art, photography, and writing in May. Club meetings often include a free write centered on a writing principal or theme; then, students can share if they wish. All genres of writing are explored and encouraged.
|Yearbook (VHSL regulated)
||Yearbook, or Journalism IV, is a year-long, every other day class. The staff, editors, and adviser work to create the yearbook, The Bruin, while learning a range of journalism skills including copy writing, photography, graphic design, editing, interviewing, advertising, and distribution. Students must have one semester of English and complete an application for consideration. The Bruin is submitted for judging to the VHSL.
|Youth In Government
||To provide students the opportunity to participate in the political system.