Clubs & Activities
DECA (formerly Distributive Education Clubs of America, now known simply as 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. There are more than 200,000 high school members from all 50 states, 4 U.S. territories, Canada, China, Germany,...
The General Consensus
The General Consensus Overview: The General Consensus is Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School's student-run newspaper, now exclusively online. Our mission is to inform our community about what is going on in and out of school, as well as to give students a voice in issues that affect their lives. The General Consensus is looking for staff writers, editors, designers, photographers....
Ms. Petrucci has helped to rebuild this club, focusing on learning and spreading awareness about ways we can reduce our carbon footprint, cleaning up the environment, and becoming a healthier community. During the meetings, members take action by educating the community, sponsoring speaker sessions, and partaking in activities. The meetings are on Thursday in 404, the health classroom, at 7am. If...
Interact Club Overview Interact is a community service club similar to Rotary International. Interact helps communities on three levels, the first being local. They help with doing smaller things like toy drives, turkey drives, and helping with Acord food pantry. On the national level, they raise awareness by doing things like the Polar Plunge in February. They even help support international c...
Kings of the Beach
Kings of the Beach is the Regional's coed student-run a cappella group. When: We practice on Thursday nights, from 6:30-8:30pm. How to Join: You can audition for Kings in the fall, so keep an eye out for posters around the hallways. At auditions, you need to sing a 30 second solo and learn a song (our theme song!) with the group. Our numbers vary every year, so it’s always worth a ...
Generals Robotics Overview: Our club builds robots from the ground up and use them to compete in global robotics challenges. We teach students the skills they need to be able to apply electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, software engineering, and marketing to collaboratively build a robot while gaining authentic learning experiences. Student Leaders: Sean Li (Electrical), Richard Paul (...
Art Club Overview: The Art Club is an after school activity that provides materials, instruction and support for those students who are seeking a creative outlet in addition to their academic schedule. It is run on an independent basis and is catered to the individual student. In recent years, the Art Club has been creating small murals around the school! The club designs, draws, and paints the m...
Fall Musical Overview The fall musical is directed by Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, assistant directed by Mr. Shailor, and music directed by Ms. Simko. The musical is typically announced in August before the start of the school year, with auditions during the first week of school. You can look for audition information and tech meeting times on the school website. Meeting Times After auditions, rehearsals are ty...
Student Government Overview: This group, which recruits membership from the entire school, is a supervisory and service organization. Voting members in Student Government are the class officers and four representatives from each class directly elected by the class. Student Government runs elections, supervises the calendar of events, selects students for certain awards, monitors fundraising and...
Dell Belles The Dell Belles are HWRHS' all-female student a cappella group. Current Student Leaders Lily Wainwright, Annabel Howley, Miranda Maciejowski Meeting Times Monday nights from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm (at a leader's house) How to Join Auditions will be announced each fall!
National Honor Society
Science Club Overview: The science club is open to any and all students who are passionate about science and wish to learn about more ways they can explore their interests. Different projects and competitions can be pursued and connections are made with scientists at local companies who act as mentors. For example, this year’s group has decided to enter the international “Genes I...