Winslow High School offers a wide array of clubs and extracurricular activities that are open to all students.
For more information, contact a teacher listed to the right or visit the school before or after school hours.

Clubs & Activities

Black Raider News - Jason W Bersani

Math Team - Scott Bowden

Gay-Straight Alliance - Advisor Position is Open

Computer Club - Julie Houston

Student Senate - Sean Keenan

Yearbook - David Lachapelle

Drama Club / Thespian Society - Jennifer McCowan

Service Club - Kendra Littlefield

Art Club - Katrina Billings

Chorus / Show Choir - Kris Vigue

National Honor Society - Joan Pierce and Kelly Daigneault

Dungeons and Dragons / Gaming Club - James Skrabak

Civil Rights Team - Ellen Pinkham

Pep-Band - Ben Clark

Students interested in starting a new club should speak to a
member of the staff about their interests and ideas.
Winslow High School is always looking to add new and
different clubs to this list.

Renaissance Program

In an effort to update the Renaissance program, the criteria for awards has been enhanced, in order to recognize students of all abilities for their achievements. There are new classes of awards and students receiving the awards will be invited with the nominating teacher and administration to a breakfast in their honor. Teachers, staff, administrators or community members can nominate a student to be recognized.

“On the Road to Success” Award

This award goes to a student who shows consistent effort, but may not be the class high achiever. They turn in homework consistently, participate in class, are willing to help others, and have good time management skills.

“Highest Achiever” Award

This award goes to a student who is performing at the highest level in the class.

“Craftsperson” Award (This will be decided by MMTC staff)

This is a student from the vocational center who is earning a grade of B or better in their program, turns in homework consistently, participate in class, is willing to help others, and has good time management skills.

“Character” Award

This is a student who shows outstanding character in the face of adversity or goes out of their way to support a positive school climate.

“Service” Award

This is a student who has performed service above self within the high school, or in the community.

"When I was a teenager, I began to settle into school because I'd discovered the extracurricular activities that interested me:
music and theater.
" - Morgan Freeman