Clubs with Service Focus

These experiences provide opportunities for service to our school and town communities. Either individually or as part of a group, you will be giving to others as you volunteer your time and effort.


This is a voluntary initiative whereby students give of themselves to their community in community service organized activities. They fill out verification forms for these activities called purple forms (located in the Student Activities office).

All community service hours must be verified and returned to the Student Activities office within 65 days of the activity. Their service hours are recorded and placed on student transcripts.
Contact: Student Activities Office – Mrs. Krapf – Room B101


The Best Buddies Friendship program builds one-to-one friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), offering social interactions while improving the quality of life and level of inclusion for a population that is often isolated and excluded. Through their participation, people with IDD form meaningful connections with their peers, gain self-confidence and self-esteem, and share interests, experiences and activities that many other individuals enjoy.
Advisor: Ms. Gagnon & Mrs. Frost-Janvrin- Room F108


This Rotary-sponsored organization brings together students and local business persons to work on community and international projects.

Advisor: Mrs. Goupil & Mrs. Burke – Room B208


Marine Corps JROTC (MCJROTC) – Community service is a major part of the MCJROTC experience and helps instill a sense of selflessness, civic pride and citizenship.  Community service in MCJROTC can mean anything from marching in parades, to collecting food for those in need, to cleaning the streets, to helping Special Olympics athletes.  Annually MCJROTC contributes between 2,000-2,500 hours to our communities with many students earning 50-75 volunteer hours per year.  Some of our more common community service activities include Wreaths Across America, Veterans, Memorial, and Hampton Christmas parades, food drive marches, the Exeter Breast Cancer Walk, and numerous other events and Color Guard cermonies.  Our biggest community service partner is Special Olympics New Hampshire as every year we play an integral role in the SONH Penguin Plunge fundraising and SONH State Winter and Summer games.  All students are welcome

Contact: Dasha Piotrowski MCJROTC Student Leader (


This is a group of students that have been trained in the NAMI Connect Youth Leadership program to deliver suicide prevention training to their peers at WHS.  The students will sponsor activities to continue to promote strong mental health and well-being throughout the student body.

Advisor: Mrs. Westerberg – Guidance


This is a WHS honor society for students who document and maintain a high level of Community service. Students must reach a total of 50 documented community service hours.
Contact: Student Activities Office – Mrs. Krapf – Room B101


Positive Pathways is a group that promotes respect, acceptance, and inclusion. Our goal is to increase and encourage trust, kindness, and unity as a school. We feel that everyone should have a sense of belonging. We value community service as a way of bringing our community together. Throughout the year we organize several fundraisers and activities that give back to our community. We meet monthly during warrior block.
Advisors: Ms. D’Amico – B105


Each summer, under the direction of the WHS band director, a group of musical students and adults perform concerts in local area venues.

Advisor: Mr. Martin – Room A106

For some of these organizations, permission slips and/or waiver forms will be required.


New clubs form during the school year, please check with the Student Activities Office, B101, for more information.