AOK Club is a student-led organization whose mission is to make acts of kindness the norm for students. To this end, students organize both large and small challenges to help spread kindness in the WL community. With this mission in mind, students create events such as
food drives, baking challenges for homeless shelters, and clean-up missions to build individual self-esteem and raise school morale by showing every person that he or she really can make a difference.
Meets on (TBD -- our first interest meeting is 9/27 @ 2:15)
Location: Room 326
Active Minds is a student-led organization designed to facilitate conversation and activities around mental health and well-being in school. Our students encourage their peers and networks to learn about, talk about, and seek help for mental health issues just as they would for a physical issue, without shame or silence. All students who are passionate about youth health, mental health, and well-being are welcomed to join.
Contact advisors for meeting details.
Targeting African American males in grades 9 - 12, the Alpha Achievers is an education program of the Howard County, Maryland Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. The program fosters a positive learning environment to facilitate students’ pursuit of excellence, helping them attain, maintain and exceed a 3.0 grade point average. It also promotes character growth, develops leadership skills, and critical thinking, and encourages its members to become full citizens of the school and the community.
For more information. Please contact the Alpha Achievers sponsors
We met on Wednesdays in Room 139 from 2:40-3:45 pm.
Read for enjoyment along with others! Book choices are made by the group and copies are made available through the WLHS Media center.
Meets in the media center, dates TBD.
Check out our webpage for more details or stop by the Mini Theatre (Room 161).
Contact advisors for details (Room 224).
Class Council meets to help plan, fundraise, and coordinate Junior activities, such as Spirit Week / Homecoming, and plan Prom for senior year. All Class of 2025 students are welcome! Follow us on IG for announcements. Come see one of the class sponsors for more information.
Meetings: Typically Tuesdays at 2:55 pm in room 234.
Contact the advisor for more details.
We will meet on Wednesdays once or twice per month! Contact the advisor for more details.
Rehearsals are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2:15-3:30, only through football season. Recruiting will begin in May.
We are the Color Guard for marching band. We are involved in rehearsal and participation in football game halftime shows; Band camp over the summer. You must attend band camp in august to participate, so please sign up before the end of the school year! No requirements; see Ms. Bell in room 332
Meets in Mini Theatre, meeting times TBD.
Check out our webpage for more details.
This club is designed to bring those who are bored to a place where they can learn to have fun in a new way and build comradery with their peers through Dungeons & Dragons and Anime.
Meeting Dates/Times: Every Tuesday from 2:30-5:30
Location: Room 218
Educators Rising aims to inspire high school and college students to serve their communities by entering the field of education. Educators Rising is a national organization at high schools and colleges that provides support and community to future educators and opportunities to cultivate the skills they need to be successful educators. There are also opportunities to attend yearly conferences at Towson University and to earn graduation cords!
Meets on Tuesdays after school.
Location: Room 219
Contact advisor for details.
The purpose of the FCA is to create an opportunity for Christian athletes at Wilde Lake to have a space to connect with other students who also share their passion for sports and faith. The FCA mission is to engage, equip, and empower each other not only in athletics, but in all aspects of life.
Meeting in room 136 every Wednesday after school from 2:15-2:45.
A club where students who are either currently attending French classes or are interested in France and French culture can meet to learn and explore a variety of different French aspects (food, music, language, etc.) with others with like-minded interests. Club meetings are held every first Monday of the month in room 301.
The Future Medical Professionals Club is for students who are strongly interested in pursuing a health profession. The Club welcomes guest speakers from various health disciplines, offers opportunities for obtaining college and health career planning information, provides medical training experiences, and carries out health-related volunteer activities. If you are thinking seriously about a health-related profession, please contact: Kaycee Henderson firstname.lastname@example.org Setutsi Abdallah email@example.com or the club advisor.
The purpose of the club is to compete in friendly video game-based competition while engaging in positive social interaction.
Meets every other Friday in room 220. See Mr. Hill for more details.
Club to educate and encourage girls to enter the computer science field. During the meetings, we spend our time learning different coding languages and applications for coding or listening and conversing with guest speakers from the industry to understand better what it takes to have a successful career in computer science.
Right now, we are meeting sporadically but will try to meet more regularly on Thursdays after school in Room 319.
To provide mentors to incoming freshman and help them successfully transition to WLHS. To build relationship and connections as we welcome new students into our building. Application process for juniors and seniors in early May, most are recommended by teachers but all students are welcome to apply. ALL MENTORS must attend training in June and camp in August. Freshmen are picked by MS counselors and teachers.
Meets in room 224, WCT, and Wednesday after school, other scheduled times for activities.
A setting in which LGBTQ youth and their allies have a place to socialize without being judged as well as talk about what is happening in the news in regards to the LGBTQ community. Enjoy watching movies, reading articles, talking about recent happenings, and socializing. Just show up to meetings, no requirements. Come when you can!
Meets on Wednesdays from 2:15-3:00pm
More information to come!
A club for students that identify themselves as a Hispanics/Latinos/Latinx and for students that want to learn about the culture. It is a bilingual club. The purpose of the club is to embrace our own culture and learn about others. The club highlights the Hispanic/Latin culture in the school community. .
Meeting dates: Every other Tuesday from 2:15p.m. to 3:15p.m. - Room #307
The WOLVES Hockey Club exists to teach and train young athletes the fundamentals of the sport of ice hockey and to provide an opportunity for interscholastic competition between them and their cross-county peers.
Ice Hockey is a non-school-sponsored activity, and Wilde Lake High School does not offer the opportunity to partner with other County schools as a co-op to form a single. The WOLVES participates in the Howard County Scholastic Hockey Association (HCSHA) and the MSHL (Maryland State Hockey League).
For more information, contact:
Learn about other cultures and help coordinate our school-wide Culture Day celebration each spring. On Fridays, we build a diverse community by sharing presentations about different countries, participating in multicultural activities, and sharing our passion for international travel, languages, and cultures. Come to a meeting – all are invited!
Meets on every Friday after school.
Location: Room 217
Meets on: Thursdays @ 2:15-3:15
The It's Academic club at WLHS competes at numerous intra- & inter-states quiz bowl tournaments throughout the year, where participants answer questions covering a broad range of subjects, from history to chemistry to even sports. These competitions test not only your depth of knowledge in certain areas, but also your ability to buzz quickly, similar to Jeopardy. In the past, It's Academic itself was a televised academic quiz bowl competition aired on WJZ-TV 13, CBS. Anyone who enjoys trivia or competition, regardless of skill level, is welcome to join us at our weekly meetings, where we practice with buzzers and practice questions. Check out the hsquizbowl.org for free tournament packets and a forum on high school quiz bowl with many resources devoted to it.
JSU-Jewish Student Union
Every other Wednesday
Jewish Student Union is a non-religious club celebrating Jewish culture, history, and tradition. We will also discuss current events that are affecting Jewish people around the world
Cast on. Chain twenty. If you know what to do, bring your project and chat with others who enjoy knitting and crocheting. If you have no clue, but want to know more, come hang out and learn how to knit and/or crochet!
Meets on Tuesdays from 2:15-3:00pm
Location: Media Center
Meets on Wednesdays in Room 319.
Math Team is for students who enjoy exploring and having fun with mathematics! Our practices include solving and discussing math problems to prepare for our 8 competitions with the other Howard County high schools. Math Team is an excellent opportunity to study mathematics topics that are not always encountered in the classroom and to build one’s skills in mathematics and in general problem-solving!
Runs November through February. Meeting times TBD.
Model UN is an academic club where students play the role of delegates to the UN from different countries and attempt to solve real-world problems. In this club, you work together as a team to prepare for competition with other teams from the county. We meet every week or every other week; contact advisors for more details.
We will be meeting in Room 219 or Room 220.
This club is for ESOL students who want to be leaders, help each other, and help the school!
Meetings are in room 219 on Thursday's afterschool.
Contact advisor for details.
Wilde Lake’s National Art Honor Society is a great place to meet new friends with a special interest in the visual arts and provides opportunities for artistic endeavors throughout the Wilde Lake community. In 1978, the National Art Education Association (NAEA) began the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) program specifically for high school students to inspire and recognize those students who have shown an outstanding ability in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in achieving the highest standards in art areas and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Art-related community projects include putting up art displays throughout the building, designing and creating posters and banners as teachers and/or other clubs requested, making bowls for Empty Bowls Fundraiser for Grassroots, conducting art projects, and art exhibitions of student artwork.
Meeting: Every Tuesday 2:45 - 3:30
Location: Rm 151
The mission of NHSDA is to recognize outstanding artistic merit, leadership, and academic achievement in students studying dance at Wilde Lake High School. NHSDA also aims to foster an appreciation for dance as a true art form worthy of recognition and prestige. Contact the advisor for meeting information (Room 171).
Paw Pals (formerly known as Best Buddies) is a club that creates opportunities for friendships for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our group meets monthly in the cafeteria to socialize, listen to music, and play games.
Meets Monthly in the Cafeteria. Check the school calendar for exact dates.
Meets in room 211, see advisor for more details.
A Red Cross Club is an extension of a local Red Cross region or Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) Station, where you can serve the community with your friends. Along with training and leadership development opportunities, you can choose mission-related activities in your community while delivering the lifesaving services of the Red Cross. You’ll plan and implement projects that can save hundreds of lives, from blood drives to disaster preparedness education.
Rise Up Mentorship is a student led and run program whose purpose is to support increase enrollment of black and brown students in honors, GT, and AP courses. The mentorship program provides community and academic support for students joining advanced courses for the first time. The club has open study hours on Wednesdays from 2:15-3:00 and has whole group meetings once a month on Wednesdays.
Meets on Wednesdays, 2:15-3:00 Tutorial with a club meeting once a month.
Location: Room 238
Since 2012, The Robotics Club (“Wilde Bunch,” FRC Team #4137 & FTC Team #13433 ) has actively participated in an international HS robotics competition that is organized by FIRST. Students and mentors work intensely to build game-playing robots. The team with a given standard set of parts and a budget is encouraged to buy more parts or make specialized parts for this competitive-robot. Each team member becomes a valuable team-member with GRACIOUS PROFESSIONALISM by bringing in their own sets of skills. Thus, besides on-field competition, students have an opportunity to show case their entrepreneurship, creativity, engineering and industrial design, computer programming, organization skills, safety and exemplifying the core values of the program. The goal of the club is to inspire students to be science and technology leaders.
Meet weekly: WED @ 2:15 PM - 4:00 PM in Room #138/142
In addition, during season: SAT-SUN @ 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM in Room #138/142
SNHS is a prominent scientific organization that will inspire a new group of young thinkers as the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration. This honor society is a unique opportunity to work with like-minded individuals to build a strong organization based on shared values of leadership, community, and the importance of science. You will have the opportunity to explore careers in STEM, listen to guest speakers, and participate in service projects such as tutoring and working with other science clubs. Students can apply for membership in their junior or senior year.
Meetings will be in Room 332.
Meets in room 169, see advisor for more details.
Meets in room 308, see advisor for more details
The Debate Team meets on Wednesdays after school in Rooms 302 & 322.
The Speech Team meets on Tuesdays after school in Rooms 302 & 322
WLHS Showcase/parent night 10/8/22 at 6:30 in JRT minitheater
Competition information at: mdspeechanddebate.org
Virtual competitions held at: Tabroom.com
Honor society information at: speechanddebate.org
The Wilde Lake Speech and Debate Team is a competitive academic team and current reigning Champions of the Baltimore Catholic Forensics League. New members are always welcome.
Meets on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school in the cafeteria.
Contact advisor for more details.
Meets on Wednesday after school in Room 228.
Students may apply to join when applications are released - most often in the spring for the following school year and sometimes in the fall for the current school year. Students who submit an application will be interviewed by the current SGA executive board. Student members are expected to pay dues at the beginning of the school year. We coordinate and organize school-wide events to encourage and promote school community and spirit like Planning Spirit Weeks, Pep Rallies, School Fundraising, and Dances.
Meets in room 211, see advisor for more details.
Contact advisors for details.
Varies by tournament seasons, WLHS practice fields, fall and spring. See Mr. Mandl for more details.
We play tournament ultimate frisbee against other self-organized teams around the county. There are no restrictions, all ages and genders are welcome.
Meetings are after school each full-day Wednesday in the Media Center.
Our first and core goal is to create a safe space for people of all gender identities where we can talk openly about issues in society and the world. We aim to collaborate with local organizations to incorporate a community service component to our work, as well as stand in solidarity and support at local advocacy events.
Meeting Dates/Times - One Friday per month (Room 306 at 2:15 pm)