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Art Club is an independent club. Students can work on artwork from class or use the time to explore their own creative expression! All are welcome!
A great place for book lovers, Book Club strives to read new books in various genres and provide a space to discuss them. Book Club is primarily independent and not a big time commitment. We love taking book suggestions and enjoy suggesting books to others via our bookshelf in the library.
Ceramics Club opens the art room up for students after school to freely use clay and explore ceramics and sculpture. All pottery wheels are accesible, and students have free reign over what they want to do.
Chinese Culture Club
Chinese Culture Club is an after-school club where members engage in Chinese activities and learn about the culture as a whole. In the past we have made boba, dumplings, and paper lanterns, celebrated the lunar new year, had tea ceremonies and watched Chinese dramas.
The Crochet Club was created to make time for your hobbies. It’s fun to learn new things, it’s fun to create things which is why we want to make space to do just that. We gather to crochet and hang out and just work on our projects.
DECA is a co-curricular business program for high school students that stresses college and career skills. By building transferable skills, DECA develops emerging leaders prepared for success in the global economy.
Dell Belles is an all-girls a cappella group that meets weekly and performs throughout the year. Some of our annual performances are the Harvest Concert, Pentucket A Cappella Night, and Hearts and Flowers. During rehearsals we sing, eat snacks, and hang out, and all girls at the high school are welcome to audition. Reach out if you have questions or are interested!
We organize opportunities for students to take action in our local community to raise awareness about environmental issues. Students can get involved in a number of ways. The club organizes local clean-ups, provides education to our younger learners, fundraises, and partners with outside organizations.
eSports is the fastest-growing student activity in the country. The team meets, practices, and competes against other schools in an online format playing various games .
We are planning to teach students different aspects of fashion through the years from its history to modern looks.
Film Club is a club dedicated to watching, analyzing, and creating movies. We watch one movie per month and meet to talk about it. A lot of time is spent watching films from all different eras.
The General Consensus is HWRHS's school newspaper. Students can choose their level of involvement and decide what they want to focus on. Write a feature article on a sports team, a quick news update about the state of the economy, publish a podcast, take photos, edit someone else's op-ed... it's all up to you! We accept new members year-round.
HOSA, officially known as HOSA-Future Health Professionals, is the career and technical student organization (CTSO) specifically dedicated to preparing students for careers in the Health Science career cluster.
HW Gives Back
Three years ago, students at the high school launched a charitable giving campaign, #HWgivesback, to promote awareness of challenges impacting members of our Hamilton and Wenham and surrounding communities and raise money to support these causes. Our goal is to collaborate with community leaders, public safety officials, business owners, and families to work together to make a difference.
Anyone who can play an instrument is welcome! Even if your instrument isn’t allowed in the band, it’s most likely allowed in Jazz Band! There’s no chorus/singing in the club (yet). It’s a fun experience, and people can suggest what songs they want to play.
Kings of the Beach
About Kings of the Beach Kings is a student-led a cappella group! We have two concerts a year and performances at local schools’ a capella nights. Rehearsals are super fun, and everyone at the high school is welcome to audition! Who Can Join? Members are selected by audition Meetings Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 at student leader's houses The Advisor None, Student-Led Organization The Student Leaders Russell Casw...
We will be meeting in order to learn all about fabric crafts including knitting, quilting, sewing, and crocheting. Not only are these fantastic life skills to have in your life, but they also serve as a great way to relax, decompress, and socialize. There will be snacks and Mrs. Mahoney will make guest appearances.
Magic and Juggling Club
In this club, we perform different types of card tricks and juggling performances. The Magic and Juggling Club allows students to learn how to juggle and perform various magic tricks through simple step-by-step instructions.
Every Thursday, we work on a set of practice problems for our competition. Then, each month we travel to and compete against local schools (with the benefit of eating free pizza and cookies!). Whichever team gets the most points wins the meet. This is a great opportunity to learn new math concepts and do some fun problem solving!
Mindfulness Club is a space where students can relax after school. We go on nature walks, do yoga, and practice mindfulness. Our goal is to create a safe space for students after school and help students develop different methods to cope with stress.
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically role play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees.
National Honor Society
We offer volunteer work throughout our communities including tutoring for all grades and subjects. The purpose of the society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote leadership, and develop character in the students of secondary schools.
We are so excited about the outing club this year and there are going to be tons of fun events scheduled throughout the year! Some things we have planned include beach trips, climbing on HW’s ropes course, stargazing, snowshoeing & sledding, hiking, and so much more!
Ping Pong Club
Competitive and casual ping pong play where all levels are welcome. Great way to relieve stress and meet people from different grades.
Teams of students are challenged to design, build, and program robots and compete for awards, while they also create a team identity, raise funds, hone teamwork skills, and advance respect and appreciation for STEM within the local community. There are several team roles such as mechanical design, systems and electrical, software, fabrication, business, marketing, and outreach.
Science Club is for any students that like science and want to spend more time learning about science beyond the confines of your normal classes. A big part of Science Club is the competitive science team. Once a month, you can compete against students at other schools in science categories of your choosing.
Social Justice Club
The Social Justice Club was founded in 2020 following the murder of George Floyd and was created to uplift BIPOC students at the high school. If you're interested in learning, supporting, or joining local social justice causes, join us!
Spanish Culture Club
Spanish Culture Club is a place where students can learn and enjoy Spanish in a very relaxed setting. We watch Spanish movies and tv shows, eat food, and play trivia. All students are welcome and anyone can join, even if they do not speak Spanish!
Student Council runs fundraisers, prom, and Class events. In order to join the club, you need to be elected by your classmates.
Students of Color Alliance
We meet every other Tuesday to create a safe space for students of color and allies to discuss issues and concerns that they have noticed within the school, and bring them to the administration's attention.
Theater Tech is involved in all the behind-the-scenes aspects of HW's theater productions. We work on the high school musical, middle school musical, and high school one acts, as well as many concerts and other events that take place in the auditorium. Techies get to work on costumes, lights, sound, set design and construction, backstage help, and more!
A main stage musical is staged during the fall of each year providing opportunities for actors, singers, dancers, designers and technicians. In the winter/spring, students can become involved with the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild and the wide range of programs they offer, including workshops and scholarships.
In the fall, the yearbook editorial staff comes up with a plan for the yearbook including theme, organization, and dedication pages. Throughout the year our team will meet Mondays after school and organize the sections, plan and create pages using software programs.