HS Clubs & Organizations
Oklahoma 4-H focuses on three Mission Mandates: civic engagement, healthy living and science. Because of our initiatives, our members are learning to become the leaders of today. We will meet after school once a month unless parents are notified by our facebook page. Any student may join 3rd grade thru 12th grade by enrolling through the Oklahoma 4-H website.
Oklahoma 4-H youth will enhance their effective decision making skills, discover a personal pride from their growing achievements and practice being environmental stewards. Our youth are empowered by their leadership skills and have a continued opportunity to evolve in a variety of experiences.
4-H members participate and have the opportunity to lend a helping hand to others in their local community. They learn responsibility, communication, teamwork and other valuable life skills through hard work, state, national and international trips, making new friends and creating lifelong memories.
4-H members have the opportunity to be involved in many projects throughout their 4-H careers that fits all interests; shooting sports, photography, plant science, expressive arts, entomology and more. Sponsor: Denise Tulloh
The purpose of the Walters High School Academic Team is to enhance the learning and intellectual pursuit of our students. The numerous potential benefits of participation by students in education-based activities is widely known. The Walters High School Academic Team promotes an environment in which each student has an opportunity to reach his/her full potential. The ultimate goal of the Walters High School Academic Team is to produce individuals who are competent, confident, and of high character through education-based academic team training and competition. Sponsor: Linda Miller
Art Club's mission is to bring the community together through the enrichment of the arts. Sponsor: Luena Comas
The Walters Blue Devil Band Program is dedicated to providing outstanding musical experiences and opportunities to its students while helping them grow into responsible, mature adults. To make these experiences successful, we require discipline, organization, and commitment to the program. Being a part of the band is to be seen as an honor and students will be expected to help serve as role models for the school and other organizations within it. As a result of our high expectations, discipline, leadership, and social opportunities, the students have the opportunity to develop valuable life skills such as a positive self‐image, time management skills, confidence, poise, responsibility, and loyalty, as well as the musical abilities needed to be a successful musician. Sponsor: Lori Jech
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Sponsor: Jimmy Davis
The purpose of game club is to provide fair fun, inclusivity, and good sportsmanship while developing strategy and critical thinking skills. Any Walters High School student or faculty member may attend and play various board, card, and role-playing games. Sponsor: Aadel Bussinger
national honor society
The purpose of this chapter shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in students of Walters High School. Sponsor: Aadel Bussinger
The Student Council is a leadership organization which exists to provide an opportunity to develop members full potential in citizenship, leadership and character. Members will assist with developing solutions to student life issues. These rules and regulations have been established to promote participation and academic excellence and will be enforced by the sponsor and principal. Sponsor: Shelby Boswell
Varsity Choir is a class designed for students with a high interest in the performing arts. Member of this class will be selected by auditions and will be considered: WHS Show or Entertainment Choirs, Competition Concert Choir, Solo/Ensemble Participants, Community Service Performers. Students selected must have basic musical knowledge in theory, as well as performing agility. Sponsor: Charla Dedmon
Our mission is to produce an accurate, professional, original publication that through pictures and copy thoroughly documents the school year, reflecting the different interests of the student body, and highlighting activities of the year that the entire student body can feel proud to be included. Sponsor: Candra Marlett