The purpose of a club is to supplement the academic experience of each student.  At Western Branch Middle, the goal is to have every student involved in at least one extra-curricular activity.  In this way, the entire student population has an extra vested interest in making this school the very best!





  MEETING              TIME
   & PLACE


Art Club Students will explore how art is an extension of the regular classroom – through teamwork and dedication and sharing talents and ideas. Second Wednesday – starting in January

Room 307

Sherri Crum
Bible Club Members have an opportunity to study The Bible and participate in group activities. Every Tuesday from October to April from 3:00 to 3:45

Room 901

Kim Lucas Susan Evans, Deana Edwards and Philena Hope
Book Club Students will read chapter books and Novels and meet to discuss the book. 1st semester: Oct. 25, Nov. 15, Dec. 20 (Tuesday)


Michele Waggoner
Boys Track Conditioning for track. Daily in the Spring

n the Spring. Monday through Thursday

Shanita Bell and Coach Delbridge
Broadcast Club Students are introduced to the world of television communication and broadcasting. Every Wednesday

Room 901

Bruce Rogers
Bruin Service Club This club offers Bruins an opportunity to Volunteer and help their school and Local Communities Meeting time TBD

Room 812

Linda Therrien Sandy Loria, and Sherry Crum
Color Guard This Feeder Program for the High School’s Color Guard and Dance Team Offers students the opportunity to learn Choreographed and synchronized Flag Movements set to Music. Tuesdays until 4:30

Room 809/where we have space



Sarah Walters
Crochet Club Students learn to crochet. We eat lunch together and work to donate some of our creations to those in need. 7th Grade Lunch

Room 103

Shay Duncan
Drama Club Do you enjoy being on the stage? Maybe you prefer to be Backstage? Then Drama Club is for you! For all things Theater, Join Drama Club! TBD after the musical


Lisa Hancock
Forensics Club This club revolves around public speaking and presentations. Students will have an opportunity to rehearse and practice Prose, Original Oratory, or Poetry to perform at City Wide Competition. 1/week beginning Oct or Nov

Room 803

Alan Stell
Future Business Leaders of America – (FBLA) Students in the Computer Science Class will have an opportunity to connect with real world businesses and learn how technology can be used in the business world. In Computer Science Classes

Room 701

LaJeanne McKinney
Girl’s Track Club Conditioning for track. Every Tuesday & Thursday starting in November


Shawn Blow and Alexus Robinson
Girls Rock WBM 6th grade girls are empowered by building their self-esteem. Oct 25, Nov 29, Dec 20, Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 28, Apr 25, May TBD

Room 926

Vicki Moore Casey Brundidge, Barbara Yates, and Tonya Edmonds
GSA – Pride Students will have an opportunity to connect with other students in the LGBTQ Community and find School Allies. This club is open to all! Every other Wednesday

Room 402

Casey Ford-Starry Delaney Bon, Katie Settlage, Tracy Dunn and Unofficially Maggie Jennings
History Day Club Work with our History department to build a History Day Museum! January-April Each Wednesday

Room 804 or TBA

Cameron Clendenin Stephens, Lucas, Muller, McCune, and  Muszkewycz
Kick Ball Students learn the fundamentals of the game of kickball. Mondays after school until 345

The gym . . . but we will go outside to play

David Goral
Multicultural Club Students embrace the unique characteristics of several cultures and learn some basic vocabulary or expressions in different world languages. 3rd Thursday of the Month

Room 919

Beth Wasenius, and Nilda Muniz-Munoz

Room 919

Ping Pong Students learn the fundamentals of the game of Ping Pong. Mondays after school until 3:45 starting in January

Meet in the Gym but the tables will be set up in the 500 hall

David Goral
SCA SCA works to organize Student activities and Community Outreach. These students are strong Leaders who are passionate about helping our school learn and grow. Every other Thursday 3:15-4:00

Room 802

Delaney Bon
Sign Language Club Students learn to listen with their eyes and talk with their hands. First Tuesday of every month

Room 604

Sue Schucker and Maggie Jennings
Spelling Bee Club Students strengthen their spelling skills and ONE student will represent our school at the live, televised Virginian-Pilot Spelling Bee Tuesdays after school until 4:00 p.m. from October 11th through February 21st

Room 602

Meredith Denbow
The Young Executives Helping young men establish professional habits in both school and work. We help turn boys into young men capable of taking on a modern world. 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every Month, make up meetings during sixth grade lunch.

Room 106

Michael Caine and Ray Hines
Volleyball Club Students learn the fundamentals of the game of volleyball. TBD

Gym or Room 915

Angelique Chapman
Yearbook/Photography Club Students learn about photography and organizing a yearbook. Students will attend school events to report and photograph our school happenings! First Wednesday of the month

Room 813 or Room 802

Tammy Baker Delaney Bon, and Sandi Loria