If you have questions about any of our clubs or groups please email the sponsor!
All of Us Club (Ms. Kelpefirstname.lastname@example.org & Mrs. Pagelemail@example.com) The All of Us Club is an inclusive club for people with and without disabilities. They do fun activities in the community, volunteer, and work to help include everybody in all areas of society including school. We are very involved in Special Olympics. *Unfortunately, the All of Us Club is temporarily on hold due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Art Club (Ms. Martinfirstname.lastname@example.org) You don't have to be an artist to join. Art Club is for students who love art and for those who just like to create and experiment. Whether you are enrolled in an art class or not, take the opportunity to explore mediums and meet other students who share the same interests as you.
Breakfast Club (Mrs. Perkinsonemail@example.com) We eat breakfast . . . really early before school (usually 6:00am) on Friday mornings, mainly during football season at different area restaurants such as; Denny's, I-Hop and Bob Evans. @SCW_Breakfast
BSU = Black Student Union (Ms. Van Houtenfirstname.lastname@example.org) To increase awareness and apreciation for African American issues, history and culture among the student body. To serve SCW with cultural, educational, and social initiatives as we aim to build leaders, promote unity and contribute to student success. To promote activities of common interest, as well as cultural and educational benefit, for all students. To provide students with guidance needed, both academicaly and socially, while attending school and long after school.
Cheerleading (Ms. Rachel Rhoads, email@example.com)
Color Guard (Mr. Meyerfirstname.lastname@example.org)
Dance 'n Drill (Mrs. Fosteremail@example.com & Ms. Lakefirstname.lastname@example.org) @scwdance
DECA Distribution Education Club of America (Mrs. Howardemail@example.com) This is a student driven marketing association. You must enrolled in marketing class to participate.
Debate Club (Mrs. Spiesfirstname.lastname@example.org) The Debate Club meets after school every Tuesday from 2:25pm to 3:40pm in Ms. Spies room, A104.
Dungeons and Dragons Club (Mrs. Josephemail@example.com) At D&D club we will play and learn the game D&D! D&D club will meet after school in Ms. Joseph's room (B117) on Tuesday’s until 4:30 PM.
FBLA (Ms. McLaughlinfirstname.lastname@example.org) Future Business Leaders of America is a nonprofit education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related field. They meet B day Tuesdays' at 6:45am in C108.
FCA Fellowship Christian Athletics (Mr. Jacksonemail@example.com) @scw_fca
FCCLA Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (Mrs. Hillfirstname.lastname@example.org)
Freshman Class (Mrs. Perkinsonemail@example.com, Mrs. Howardfirstname.lastname@example.org, Mr. Vercheremail@example.com, Mrs. Bourgeadefirstname.lastname@example.org)
Game Enthusiast (Ms. Gatesemail@example.com) Interested in playing games of all kinds? Game Enthusiasts club meets in the library after school on Thursdays. @SCW_GEC
HOSA (Erik Jamesonfirstname.lastname@example.org) HOSA is a school organization that stands for Health Occupations Students of America. It is an international organization that focuses on medical careers. Their goal is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry. Our core values are learning, leadership, service and innovation. In our organization you have the opportunity of scholarships, internships, and so much more. You can find out more by going to Missouri HOSA website or coming to our meetings. Anyone who is interested in the health professions are welcome to join.
Junior Class (Ms. Shelburgemail@example.com & Ms. Lakefirstname.lastname@example.org)
Key Club (Mrs. Weilemail@example.com) Key club is a student lead organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their communities. They meet on Thursday mornings at 6:45am in A107. @SCW_KeyClub
MACS Scholars Program (Mrs. Curryfirstname.lastname@example.org) Website The Multicultural Achievement Committee (MAC) program is a comprehensive and collaborative program designed to provide students with the skills and support they need to be successful academically, emotionally, and socially. The purpose of the MAC Scholars Program is to increase the number of historically underrepresented students in the district's most rigorous course work, honors, and advanced placement courses. The program’s goal is to ensure college and career readiness for students.
NHS (Mrs. Howardemail@example.com & Ms. Lavezzifirstname.lastname@example.org) National Honors Society is a sophomore through senior organization by invitation only. This organization promotes scholarship, leadership, service and character in our school and community. They meet every other Wednesday throughout the year at 6:45am or 7:00am in the auditorium. Club sponsors will have the invitation criteria. @SCW_NHS
Renaissance (Mrs. Hockmeyeremail@example.com and Mrs. Weilfirstname.lastname@example.org) Is an incentive program nationally recognized to continuously improve the quality of students and staff leadership, student academic performance, student citizenship, and quality education at St. Charles West. The program offers a variety of rewards and incentives for outstanding student academic performance and improvement, student citizenship, as well as exemplary citizenship and attendance. @SCWestRen
Robotics (Mr. Jacksonemail@example.com)
Science Club (Mrs. Muellerfirstname.lastname@example.org) Science Club is responsible for the paper recycling throughout the school. The funds raised from the paper recycling are used to pay for science competitions that members of the science club participate in. They meet on Mondays' after school in room B112.
SCW Players (Ms. Nigusemail@example.com) @scwestplayers SCW Players Website
Senior Class (Mrs. Moranfirstname.lastname@example.org) @SCWSeniors
Sister Cities (Ms. Swiftemail@example.com) Sister Cities program offers a 2 week student exchange with Ludwigsburg, German and Inishowen, Ireland. The program is on a rotating year. Odd year being Irish Exchange and even years being the German Exchange. Priorities for hosting are given to sophomores; however other students are considered. Students interested can sign up in April.
Sophomore Class (Mrs. Weilfirstname.lastname@example.org)
STUCO Student Council (Ms. Gatesemail@example.com & Ms. Hollandfirstname.lastname@example.org) In Student Council our main goal is to get students involved in school community. We organize activities, participate in school functions, and encourage new members to join all the time. We explore student issues and look for solutions through student participation and collaboration while respecting all student voices. They meet on Thursdays' in the library during AIP at 10:15. @SCWStuCo
The Tribe (Ms. Hollandemail@example.com) @SCWtribe