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Anime Club
The Anime Club is a group of students that are interested in anime and manga. Some students may prefer to draw, write, discuss, or watch anime and manga.
Tabitha Carpenter
Art Club
The club makes art for the school and learn more techniques in art. The club meets Tuesday from 2:30 to 3:30.
Stephen Heard
Mandy Schmucker
Associated Student Government
Develops opportunities for students to express themselves through positive interactions based on building school spirit and supporting all members of the WCHS community.
Blake Gority
Athletic Trainer
Lindsey VanLaningham
Athletic Training Club  
Beta Club
To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among secondary school students.
Book Club
The WCHS Book Club is made up of a variety of students from all grade levels who love to read. In the club, we focus on reading the Tennessee Volunteer State Books. These books have been selected by a committee to find the best young adult books on the market. We then get together and read and discuss these books for the duration of the school year. Once or twice a month, mini-competitions will take place in order to prepare for the annual district-wide battle of the books competition.
Christin Dunham
Erica Holliday
Boys and Girls JV Soccer  
Students learn the art of digital recording, editing, and interviewing techniques.
Matthew Fischer
CJ Debate/Mock Trial Team
Students will debate and support their position. Students will compete one-one and to include a mock court trial setting. Positions are supported with evidence based on credible sources. Students will acknowledge court practices and procedures to include rules of evidence.
Gerald Steffen
Carpentry Club  
CyberPatriot is the premier national high school defense competition created by the Air Force Association to inspire high school students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future
Clifton Seigworth
F.O.R. (Friends of Rachel) Club
This club takes Rachel Scott's* idea of chain reactions of kindness and brings it ti WCHS through reflection, caring acts, and fellowship. Club members strive to better the culture of WCHS and motivate students and parents to pay the positivity forward. *Rachel Scott was the first student killed at Columbine High School-- She lived every day to be kind to others, no matter the circumstances.
Tara Webb
FCCLA (Family, Career & Community Leaders of America) is a non-profit national career and technical student organization of students who have or are currently in a family and consumer sciences course. FCCLA focuses on the family & offers opportunities for students to perform various community service activities and build leadership skills.
Tiffany Sisson
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering, and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Rob Silvers
Forensic Club
Students will learn terminology and investigation skills related to the crime scene investigation and applications of the scientific inquiry to solve crimes. Students will obtain and analyze evidence through simulated crime scenes and evaluation of case studies.
James Moore
Nicholas Kougias
Freshman Class
See Associated Student Government
Gerald Steffen
Going Green/Recycling Club
This club believes there is a dual motivation for leading a greener lifestyle: not only to safeguard our planet and our future, but to save money.
Health Occupations Students of America
HOSA will meet once a month on Tuesdays from 2:40 to 3:15. Health Occupations Students of America is a student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. This club is open to any student at West Creek High School interested in a career in healthcare in the future. Dues are $30 for the school year.
Kelly Ramsey
DaDawn Taylor
International Thespian Society Rob Silvers
JROTC - Leaders of the Pack
West Creek High School JROTC is led by Senior Army Instructor CSM (Ret) Dennis W. Floden and Army Instructor SGM Aaron Keener. The battalion motto is "Leaders of the Pack." The school colors are Burgundy, Black and Silver.
Aaron Keener
Jazz Combo  
Junior Class
See Associated Student Government
Bailey Brown
Junior Classical League (JCL)
JCL is an opportunity for students studying Latin to showcase their abilities and knowledge through competitions and academia. It also provides opportunities to further explore the Roman culture, language, and history.
Danielle Ladd
Key Club
Students in the Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing, and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects, and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district, and international levels.
Alicia Castillo
Kelsi Cope
Marching Band  
Math Club Lisa Elliott
National Honor Society Leah Henley
Pep Band
The pep band plays at all home varsity girls and boys basketball games
S2S (Student to Student) Tara Webb
Senior Class
See Associated Student Government
Tara Webb
Sophomore Class
See Associated Student Government
Tammy Waters
String Collaboration
This club is designed for anyone who wishes to play an stringed instrument. Fee instruction from teacher and APSU students. You must provide your own instrument however rentals are available.
Synergy Studio Rob Silvers
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Music Honors Society with the purpose of Community Service through music involvement and performance
WCHS Chorus Blake Gority
WCHS Writer's Club Tammy Waters
The yearbook club is made up on any student who wishes to help with yearbook, but could not fit the class into his or her schedule. The students in yearbook club supplement the work by the day staff by helping with photography and writing as needed.
Erica Holliday

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