West Morris Central High School - Activities

Activities

The clubs at West Morris Central include: Bowling Club, Academy of Science, Art Club, Jazz Band, Book Club, Cheerleading, Chess Club, Color Guard, Concert Choir, Debate Club, Musical, Environmental Club, Film Club, Fly Fishing Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Educators, GSA (Gay–straight alliance), Habitat for Humanity, Literary Magazine, Marching Band, Math League, National History Club, Newspaper, Pep Band, Photography Club, Prayer Group, Science League, Self Defense Club, Ski Club, Sound and Lighting, Stage Craft, Student Council, SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), The Howlers (A Capella singing group), TSA (Technology Student Association), TV/Radio Club, Veterans Oral History Club, Women's/Men's Ensemble and the Yearbook.

West Morris Central also has three a cappella groups, the Loreleis the Noteworthys, and the Howlers. The Loreleis are a student run all-female singing group. The Noteworthys are their counterpart, all-male and student run singing group. The Howlers are the mixed male and female student run singing group. Every year in June they host their own Cabaret in which they sing all of the music they perform throughout the year.

West Morris participates in the French National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and the National Honor Society.

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