SWCHS Warehouse Crew (TEAM3299) is a member of US First Robotics. Under the leadership of quality mentors, the team enjoys learning and implementing engineering principles with the goal of competing against other teams on the regional, state and national level. As they start with design concept, move to software framework, and ultimately to finalized fabrication, students learn and practice engineering concepts that will prove helpful in many facets of life. The robotics club meets January–April with the regional and state competitions occurring each spring. An informal meeting for students and parents is scheduled each January.
Advisor: Gary Shelton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
One of the nation’s fastest growing high school sports was added to our clubs in the spring of 2018. The goal of this club is to introduce kids to the sport of fishing, provide opportunities to compete in school events, and give those looking for more competitive events the opportunity to do so.
Coach: Brian Bradenberg (email@example.com)
Riders of all levels and skill, as well as non-rider, s are encouraged to participate in the Equestrian Club! Students do not have to own a horse to be a club member; however, a passion for horses is required. There is the opportunity to earn a letter by participating in virtually any style of riding, including Dressage, English and Western Equitation/Pleasure, Eventing, Hunter/ Jumper, Saddle Seat and Western Games. Non-riding members are encouraged to participate by contributing to the club using their skills such as photography and/or writing, as well as assisting riding members in their competitive events. Club members will meet several times during the year to share in their passion for these animals with informative seminars, serving together in equestrian-related volunteer opportunities, as well as just plain “horsing around” together!
Advisor: Ann Broscoff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did you ever wonder about how computer programs work? The SWCHS Coding Club provide students the opportunity to learn how the web works and the magic that well-written code can produce. The skills and discipline students will learn in this club will serve them well through high school, college, and beyond.
Advisor: Tim Turnquist (email@example.com)