Shawano Community High School Activities/Clubs


Art Club

Art Club is an informal student-driven club open to any student interested in art.  Activities are planned by the students with the intent to develop leadership skills and community involvement through art.  In the past club members have made banners for community events and cards for nursing home residents. 


Jill Hansen, 

Jen Achterberg,


Band Council

Advisor:  Chris Kent,


Bridge to Success

This student-lead freshmen transition program is designed to create a bridge between middle school and high school.  Bridge to Success links incoming freshmen with an upper classman who can help:  Build connections, Direct, Inspire, Mentor, and Tutor.  Student Bridge Leaders attend freshman resource 1-2 times a week during 1st semester.  They are responsible for reviewing weekly lesson plans with the freshmen in the resource rooms.  Examples of topics include SCHS Extracurricular Activities, Learning Styles, Study Skills, Time Management, Test taking Strategies, and How to Deal with Bullying.
Advisor: Jami Parker,


Chess Club

Advisor:  Dave Stuewer,


Class Officers

Advisor: Charmaine Schreiber,


Culture Club

The SCHS Culture Club promotes diversity and equality in our school and community. We welcome all students to come and join in our mission. Meetings are posted on announcements and posted on the door of room 2100. Meetings are during resource and all you need to do is show up. Some activities include homecoming events, fundraisers, an end of year field trip and monthly updates on cultural history.  This year we are planning on a demonstration to educate our students on the meaning of Pow-wows and other Native American traditions.  Culture Club also encourages our students to give back to the community by ringing the Salvation Army Bells at Christmas, holding food drives for the local food pantries, Toys for Tots, our schools mitten tree and helping a family with Thanksgiving dinner just to name a few.  The main fundraiser to help do this includes our “Famous Indian Taco Sales.”

Advisor:  Melonie Reopelle,


Destination Imagination

Our purpose is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Annually, we offer seven new standards-based Challenges in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Improv, Visual Arts, Service Learning, and Early Learning. Each Challenge enables student teams to learn and experience the creative process from imagination to innovation while also learning 21st Century skills for the future. Each team enters the competition at one level (elementary, middle, or secondary) depending on the grades of their team member, and has chosen to solve one of five Central Challenges. 

Advisor: JoAnne Edwards,  



The FAAR Club (Fighting Against Abusive Relationships) is about spreading awareness of abusive relationships. We travel to many schools and conferences discussing abusive relationships and how to seek help if you or a peer is in an abusive relationship. Our club is partners with Safe Haven.

Advisor:  Kandi Krueger,



Future Business Leaders of America is a national association of nearly a quarter million students interested in becoming more successful in the business world.  Membership in FBLA helps you learn about business and gives you the opportunity to see the “real world” through interaction with business leaders from across the country!  You will also have the opportunity to test your business skills in state and national competitions.  Meetings are held on the second or third Tuesday of the month in room 1102.

Membership will provide you with:

  • Career preparation opportunities
  • Leadership development and achievement
  • Challenging competitions
  • Community service experience
  • Friendship and fun
  • Networking with peers and business professionals
  • Scholarships and prize opportunities

Advisor: Katie Beres, 



The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of young people by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education.  Meetings are held the second Monday of every month in room 1205.  Student have the opportunity to participate in various leadership activities, competitive events contests, educational and recreational field trips.

Advisors: Steve Stomberg,

Missy Braun,



Forensics prepares students for public speaking through various categories that include prose, poetry, solo acting, group interpretation, four minute speaking, etc.  There are four meets per season; the season starts in January.

Advisor:  Nathan Falk,


French Club

Advisor:  Michelle Oesterreich,


Math Club

The Math Club is for those who want to have fun with math!  Students can participate in various activities, including a regional competition held at UW-Stevens Point three times a year.  Some of the activities the club does include: Pi Day (3/14) contests (if we're not on spring break!), designing T-shirts, competing in trivia, mini-golfing and bowling against Science Society, and decorating the math pod for the holidays.  All are welcome.  Meetings are usually the second Friday of the month.

Advisors:  Dave Stuewer,  

Emilie Pingel,


National Honor Society

Advisor: Sienna Eimmerman, 



Originally, the mission of the SADD chapter was to help young people say "No" to drinking and driving. Today, the mission has expanded. Students have told us that positive peer pressure, role modeling and environmental strategies can prevent other destructive decisions and set a healthier, safer course for their lives. And that is why SADD has become a peer-to-peer education, prevention, and activism organization dedicated to preventing destructive decisions, particularly underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, teen violence, and teen suicide.  SADD's mission:  To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions. 

Advisor:  TBA


SALT (Student-Athlete Leadership Training)

SALT is a leadership training course for student-athletes taught by the Varsity Head Coaches and Mrs. Schreiber covering such topics as:  commitment, composure, confidence, character, managing conflict, etc.  Participants must be recommended by a SCHS head coach.

Advisor:  Charmaine Schreiber,


Shawano Science Society

This club works together to explore and promote scientific involvement. Our branches include Astronomy, Geology, Chemistry, Rocketry, Medical, Environmental, and Physics. While getting involved in both the community and the school, Science Society aims to improve the understanding of science and science careers. We do this through experiments, community service, hands-on experiences, and other activities that promote scientific learning and team-based projects. 

Advisor: Chad Janowski,


Skills USA

SkillsUSA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA improves the quality of America’s skilled workforce through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training. SkillsUSA enhances the lives and careers of students, instructors and industry representatives as they strive to be champions at work.

The annual activities that the Shawano Skills USA chapter participates in are; Homecoming Car Smash, Chicago Car Show, Regional and State Skills Contests, and Spring Car Show. 

Advisor: Jeremy Hodkiewicz, 


Spanish Club

The Spanish Club is for students who wish to participate in a variety of cultural activities, as well as, Spanish speaking activities outside of the classroom.  These activities include participating in cultural fairs, eating at Hispanic restaurants, celebrating cultural holidays, making Spanish and Mexican foods, learning to salsa dance, and hosting friendly competitions against the French club.  We also volunteer within the community, visit nursing homes, ring bells for the Salvation Army and tutor other Spanish students.

Advisors: Stacey Kent, 

Kim Bakeberg,

Kelly Lightner


Student Advisory

Student Advisory is a collection of students grades 9-12 who discuss various aspects of student life with high school administration on a monthly basis. Group members help administration make important decisions regarding student policy as well as share any needs/concerns of the student body.

Advisor:  Stuart Russ,


Student Council

Advisor:  Liz Alexander,



Advisor:  Chris Kent,



The Shawano Community High School Wings Club is a student driven organization dedicated to maintaining and expanding the overall quality of theatrical understanding and productions here at Shawano High. Club meetings are held the second Monday of every month in room 1125. Students have the opportunity to participate in acting exercises, learn about and assist with off-stage activities, and develop a deeper appreciation for all aspects of the theater.

Advisor:  Alex Konen,



All students participating must follow the expectations set in the Activities Code. To view the expectations in the Activities Code, please pick up a copy in the High School office.


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  • 218 County Road B, Shawano, WI 54166
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