Campus Life

Clubs & Organizations

Students at Whitefield have the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of clubs and organizations. This opportunity allows each student to try new things, build on established skills, and make friends with others that have similar interests. The clubs and organizations available vary each semester based on interests of the students.

Lower School students register for a wide array of after school programs, featuring activities such as tennis, robotics, ballet, and chorale. For more information on our After-School programs, contact Steve Henson. Students also have the opportunity to participate in programs including Cub Scout Troop 554 ( and Relay Exchange ( a mother/daughter mentoring group.

Middle and Upper School Clubs and Organizations include:
  • Art Clubs
    • Fifth/Sixth Grade:
    • Sixth-Eighth Grade:
    • Upper School:
  • Boy Scouts of America – Troop 554:
  • Chapel Committee,
  • Chapel Worship Team:
  • Color Guard:
  • Drama Productions (MS): or
  • Ecuador Mission Team:
  • Girls Running Club (5th),
  • Honor Council,
  • Jazz Band:
  • Lukos (yearbook staff):
  • Legos Robotics Club (MS):
  • Marching Band:
  • National Art Honor Society:
  • National Honor Society:
  • National French Honor Society:
  • National Spanish Honor Society:
  • National Thespian Society:
  • Pep Band:
  • Photography Club (US):
  • Peer Mentoring
    • Girl Talk (for 8th grade girls);
    • 12th to 9th: and
    • 10th to 7th Boys:
  • Peer Tutoring:
  • Science Club (MS):
  • Student Council:
  • Tuesday Rally Committee:
  • Voice of the Martyrs (MS):