Student Clubs

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    Students are encouraged to take a rigorous academic course load, balanced by extracurricular activities for a well-rounded high school experience. Whether it's sports, performance, or non-academic clubs, every student should be engaged outside of class in one or more activities that provide important community-building opportunities and engage the mind and body in other ways.

    Wilson has a successful athletic program for both men and women and is a perennial power in the 6A division of the Portland Interscholastic League (PIL). Wilson students participate in club lacrosse, rugby, skiing, snowboarding, sailing, chess, mock trial, model united nations, and many more extracurricular activities for all interests. Wilson High School is alive with creative and passionate individuals and a sense of infinite possibilities.

    For more information, contact:
    Morgan McFadden, Activities Director
    Mike Nolan, Athletic Director

    Wilson's selection of student-run clubs changes every year. There are many clubs to choose from, representing a dizzying array of interests from knitting to chess, hiking, or mock trial. Some clubs are serious, with either an intellectual or political focus (for example, the French club, Model United Nations, Feminists' Union). Some are just for fun, whether it is Hybrid-ball or dragon boating. Whatever the focus, Wilson's clubs add variety and fun to life in high school. Join a club, meet new friends!


    Contact Ms. McFadden for more information


    Wilson Clubs 2017-18

    Name of Club Club Description Tentative Meeting Schedule/ Location Advisor and/or Coach Advisor Email

    Student Leaders

    Amateur Bowlers Alliance Have fun bowling with other mediocre bowlers!  If you are good at bowling this  may not be the right club for you, but all are welcome. We will study different bowling techniques, and learn about the art of bowling. We will also occasionally watch Seinfeld. Schedule TBA
    Room 135
    Michele Potestio

    Zoe Bennett
    Eli Molloy

    Anime Club It is a club where people who enjoy watching and talking about anime can just come in and watch whatever anime we are putting on just a place for anyone to come in and have a lot of fun Thursday Tutor Times
    Room 206
    Andre Danielson

    Ryan Dodge
    Nikki Owens
    Katelyn Poore

    Asian Pacific Islander Club The Asian Pacific Islander Club embraces and celebrates a common Asian and Pacific Island heritage alongside friends of all backgrounds who want to learn more about the API culture and community. Students can expect to engage in conversations about what APIs and other minority communities face, and talk about ways to confront and dismantle racial prejudice and stereotypes. Club members have also expressed a desire to share Asian and Pacific Island culture with the Wilson community, listen to guest speakers, discuss current economic, environmental and social issues affecting the Pacific Rim, eat good food, take field trips to cultural sites, attend conferences, participate in community service projects, meet other API students around the Portland area and develop leadership skills. Every other Friday at lunch
    Room 136 or 128
    Jamie Suehiro Rey Vance-Yagolnikov

    Anna Kien
    Liam Studer
    Hannah Weinstein

    ASL Club ASL Club has been created in the hopes that students can continue to immerse themselves into the Deaf community. With mutual support between peers, students will be able to develop their signing skills. This club is here to build new friendships and strengthen the relationship between language and student. We hope to have fun! All are welcome, regardless of their ability to sign or not. We will plan activities within the Deaf Community and learn more about Deaf culture. Every other Friday (2nd and 4th) during lunch
    Room 225
    Erika Luther

    Alisson Arroyo-Patino
    Pierre Horga
    Haylee Renne

    Astronomy Club The purpose of the astronomy club at Wilson is to provide a fun, exciting environment where students who are interested in the universe around us can educate themselves and others about things in which they are interested. The club will be geared towards people who are knowledgeable in the field of astronomy as well as students who have no background but a yearning to learn more. At meetings we will discuss space news, plan future activities, and listen to guest speakers to spread their knowledge and expertise. We will host star parties. We will collaborate with the Rose City Astronomers, a great local group with many special-interest groups for the different facets of astronomy. Every Monday at lunch
    Room 238
    Joe Minato

    Thomas Lemoine Benjamin Carleton Hannah Weinstein Anna Kien

    Bird Watching Club Bird-watching Club is an all inclusive club designed so that newcomers and experienced birdwatchers alike have a place meet, socialize, discuss, learn, and network. The club will encourage getting out and bird-watching in addition to other fun activities that revolve around our feathered friends. Every other week
    Room 232
    Derek MacDicken

    Fatima Hobish
    Emily Thomas

    Black Student Union Club (BSU) The Black Student Union aims to inspire, educate, and stimulate African-Americans both as individuals and as a community. We would like to improve race relations in the school and community by creating and maintaining an environment that is receptive to African-American culture and ideas and fostering open communication between and amongst students and staff. The BSU is open and welcoming to ALL students regardless of race or ethnicity. Every Thursday at lunch
    Room 137
    Garrett Norman
    Sarabeth Leitch
    Blue Lotus Multicultural Alliance We do a variety of cultural/engaging activities such as taichi, cooking, and as well as informing other wilson students about fine arts/performance arts that are around Wilson and beyond. Tutor time, on every other Wednesday/Friday TBD Elizabeth de Leon Barrera

    Emilia Barrer Delana Wilkins

    DECA DECA’s mission is to prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. DECA’s core values and attributes are competence, innovation, integrity and teamwork. These values are central to DECA’s mission and purpose in classrooms around the world. Every Thursday Tutor Time
    Room 213
    Sarah LeMier

    Elijah Moon
    Dakota Hedger

    Esport Club We are going to play a variety of competitive games. Our focus is going to be on games, which are considered Esports. Rocket League, Hearthstone and Overwatch being examples.   At school we hope to discuss gaming strategy, network with other gamers and talk about upcoming game releases. Eventually we are considering trying to join a high school esports league if there is enough interest. Bi-Weekly Wednesday at Lunch/Club
    Gabe Bruneau

    Kevin Guerra-Guerra
    Oliver Odusanya
    Ethan Ng

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes The mission of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is “to present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.” Friday's at lunch
    Room 213
    Francisco Hernandez

    Kaden Leeper Carolyn Stone

    Feminist Union The Wilson Feminist Union is an activist group providing a space every week to let people voice opinions and concerns regarding women's rights and the fight for equality. We'll discuss issues affecting the Wilson community and the world at large. In prior years, we've organized film screenings and empowered volunteers, and we plan to continue this tradition. Female liberation begins here. We meet Tuesdays at lunch
    Room 119
    Ellen Whatmore

    Sarah White
    Amy Sloan
    Emily Petersen
    Madeleine Michael

    Field Trip Club Once a week members will meet in room 206 to vote on trips we will go on, ie OMSI, Winterhawks games Mondays at lunch Andre Danielson
    Rick Benjamin

    Nick Benjamin
    Max Frengle

    French Culture Club French Culture Clubs offers the opportunity for francophiles (people interested in French culture) to come together to explore and enjoy French culture. We watch films, eat, and talk about the Francophone world. No French is needed; we speak in English. Mondays at lunch Room 224 Lisa Walker


    Gender Sexuality Alliance Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
    The Wilson Gender Sexuality Alliance provides a safe space for LQBTQ+ students and a positive environment for all students wishing to support the LQBTQ+ community. Our goal is to create a positive community within our school. We focus on issues that affect the LGBTQ+ community, providing information and resources to students and to staff. As a group, we have attended events like the Portland Public Schools GSA Convention and GLSEN sponsored events hosted by NIKE and INTEL. This year we are looking forward to having a variety of activities determined by club members. Anyone with an open mind and ability to follow basic guidelines of respect, support, and confidentiality is welcome.
    Tuesdays at lunch
    Room 247
    Marie Pearson
    Maureen Brennan,

    Caitlin Marshall

    Golf Club The Wilson Golf Club is established to provide students showing an interest in golf with an outlet to learn about and improve their ability in the sport. The golf club will help students to become better golfers on and off the course. Topics ranging from etiquette to the best local mini golf courses will strengthen students' appreciation for the sport enjoyed by many generations before them. Monthly, Thursdays at lunch
    Jackie Kolesar

    Margaret Stapleton

    Harry Potter Alliance We are a group of Harry Potter loving people who want to help volunteer in our community and have a great time geeking out together. Visit for more information. Mondays at lunch Britney Rigtrup

    Lauren Parker Regan Olsen

    Help Portland's Homeless The rising numbers of homeless people in Portland is extremely unfortunate, so we want to help in anyway we can. Join the Help Portland's Homeless club to help provide basic needs such as food, hygiene products, and blankets! Every other Tuesday Room 102 Kathy Anderson

    Andrew Harker Karly Weinstock

    Hiking Club A club for anyone who likes to hike. Tuesdays at lunch in the Library Meg Merrill

    Max Merrill
    Gabe Calasurdo

    Hockey Club A club in which people talk about hockey and sometimes play street hockey. Wilson Parking Lot after school on Wedensdays. Room 206 on Wendesday on Tutor Times Andre Danielson

    Max Frengle
    Nick Benjamin

    Key Club Key Club is a section of an International Student led organization called Kiwanis.  Our club is part of Division 62 which includes many other PIL schools that we meet and do service projects with frequently. Our division is part of the PNW district which includes Oregon, Washington, and parts of California, Idaho, and even Canada. In the spring we have our district convention which is an amazing opportunity to meet some awesome people from different places. What our club here at Wilson does mainly is have fun doing service projects around Portland spanning from helping with runs like the Jingle Bell Run and the SW Hope run, to making cat toys for the Cat Adoption Team, to helping pull weeds and plant native plants along Terwilliger and near Gabriel Park. We like to finish off a good service project with fun and refreshments like bowling,  getting pizza or ice cream, and going to breakfast at a favorite pancake place. So bring all your friends and come join in on all the fun activities!!! Room 33 Chris Bartlo

    Gabriella Sewell Sarah Pfeiffer

    Library Club Love libraries and reading?  Join library club to plan events, parties, and field trips related to books, reading, and writing.  We plan events and parties for Banned Book Week, Teen Reads Week, Teen Tech Week, March Madness, and more! Library at Lunch
    Cassie Lanzas


    Littt Committee Planning extra curricular activities within the community. Wednesday at lunch Britney Rigtrup

    Mathew Jacobsen Anders Bjork
    Joe Fitzpatrick

    Men's Lacrosse Play lacrosse and stay physically fit while making great friends along the way. Wilson Boys Lacrosse Club is open to 9th-12th grade boys living in the Wilson High School district of Southwest Portland as well as students attending Riverdale High School. Wilson is a member of the Oregon High School Lacrosse Association (OHSLA), Columbia Division, which follows Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) rules and guidelines, with very few exceptions. Wilson Boys Lacrosse is open to players of any level of experience. Many of the players have previous experience with Wilson Youth Lacrosse, but that is not required. If you do not have prior lacrosse experience, it helps to be generally athletic, have good hand-eye coordination, be in good condition and be ready to work hard in practices. Season starts with Spring sports; location and time TBD, Contact advisor for more information Derek MacDicken (Head Coach)
    Chris Flick (Club President)

    Joe Fitzpatrick
    Tyler Coleman
    Anders Bjork

    Mock Trial Mock Trial is a club that helps students understand the law, practice critical thinking, and gain greater confidence with public speaking by assuming the roles of attorneys and witnesses in a fictional civil or criminal trial. Participants of mock trial get to experience first-hand the difficulties that judges, lawyers and juries face in determining which facts are relevant and what arguments are effective. The Wilson Mock Trial Club competes in both the mini-mock and the mock trial competition during the winter. No experience is required. Feel free to stop by one of our meetings to check it out and see if you are interested in participating. Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 David Vanspeybroeck dvanspeybroeck

    Tali Emlen
    Andrew Harker

    Model United Nations The Wilson Model United Nations club draws students of academic rigor.  It is a great place to think critically about current events, become involved in the politics of the world and make friends with similar interests. Independent research and public speaking are used to address issues relating to the country we represent as well as preparing for the 3-day Model United Nations state-wide conference in April at the University of Oregon - Eugene.  At the conference, delegates simulate United Nations procedures to solve world problems with students from across the state.  Students earn .5 (1/2) credit for every two years of participation. Wednesdays at lunch Room 224 Lisa Walker
    Tim Loveless and

    Julia Johnston Kadeg Perrot
    Sarah White

    Motorhead Club Practicing the skills around DIY automotive repair and exploring the hotrod lifestyle. Afterschool on Friday’s
    Chris Klich

    John Henry Scott
    Gage Schultz

    Mural Club The goal of Mural Club is to brighten the walls of Wilson High School! We work together to make our school a better place. In the past, we have painted the beautiful planets, stars, and underwater creatures that can be found in the science hall, as well as the moon landing in room 134. For this upcoming year, we are planning to paint a mural of how Hillsdale currently looks so that future generations can see the change of our neighborhood. We are also planning to paint smaller murals in classrooms catered towards teachers and their classes. We would love to see fresh faces and hear new ideas! Everyone is welcome and no prior art experience is required. Every Thursday at lunch in Room 145, paints are every other Friday from 3:15 to 5:00 Megan Jackson

    Vivian Monteiro
    Amy Sloan
    Sarah White

    Muslim Student Association The Muslim Students Association (MSA) at Wilson will be one of thousands of MSAs in public schools, colleges, and universities across America. Having a voice and a positive impact on the community is very important for Muslim students. We hope to foster camaraderie, open understanding, and mutual respect between people of all faiths and walks of life. In the words of the great Maya Angelou “In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” We hope to add that strength and beauty to Wilson high school’s offerings of student clubs. This club is open to all interested students, regardless of faith, race, ethnicity, color, gender expression or identity, or sexual orientation. Wednesdays at lunch Hannah Abusneineh

    Ihsaan Mohamed Athraa Alhayyak

    New Students Club This club is sponsored by Peer Counselors and exists to provide 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students new to Wilson High School a chance to eat lunch together weekly, to meet other new students, and to ask questions of Peer Counselors. Every Thursday at lunch
    Room 227
    Kathryn Wolff

    Margot Humphries McGovern
    Abdiaziz Belel

    Oregon Battle of the Books Students who love to read and meet others sharing this passion.  Invite your friends to form a team and share your passion for reading. You can choose to form a team and battle other teams or just read along for fun. Library
    Cassie Lanzas


    Pen and Paper Gaming Club A gathering place for like minded individuals to partake in tabletop roleplaying games, allowing them to practice mathematics and creative writing skills. Wednesdays from 3:30 to 6:00
    Room 234
    Robert Morgan, Wilson Teacher

    James Wheeler III Katja La Flamme

    Red Cross Club The Wilson HS Red Cross school clubs are school-based service groups that help the Red Cross fulfill its humanitarian mission.  Working closely with the local Red Cross Chapter, club members participate in Red Cross service projects that impact their community. Student members will discover many new opportunities for self-development and be encouraged to choose activities that will most effectively fulfill the Wilson community’s greatest needs. Wednesdays at lunch
    Room 213
    Aaron Olsen

    Isabelle Brooks Ashley Fale-Olsen Laura Davies

    Rock Climbing Club The Rock Climbing Club is for any student interested in rock climbing and other outdoor recreations with any amount of experience.  We go on outings to the rock gym, hikes, and other fun excursions.  Meetings are held during lunch to plan trips and hang out. Wednesdays at lunch
    Room 247
    Marie Pearson

    Kaisa Autumn
    Audrey Jenkins

    Science Olympiad Science Olympiad is open to all students and we can have more than one team of 15 students competing.  The  events range form a test of knowledge to constructing a device and performing a task with it.  It's a great chance to have fun and show off how much you know and can do.

    Link to the mission of SciOly:

    Events for 2018:
    • Anatomy and Physiology
    • Disease Detectives
    • Ecology
    • Herpetology
    • Microbe Mission
    • Astronomy
    • Dynamic Planet
    • Remote Sensing
    • Rocks and Minerals
    • Chemistry Lab
    • Forensics
    • Hovercraft
    • Materials Science
    • Optics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Helicopters
    • Mission Possible
    • Mousetrap Vehicle
    • Towers
    • Experimental Design
    • Fermi Questions
    • Game On
    • Write It Do It

    Link to explanation of each event:

    Oregon's competition occurs on a Saturday in April and usually does not conflict with Model UN or Battle of the Books. Nationals (when we win Oregon) will be held at Colorado State University, May 18-19, 2018, in Fort Collins, Colorado

    Tentatively meeting after school and/or Tutor Time
    Room 132
    Scott Guthrie


    Scrabble Club Have fun playing Scrabble and improve your vocabulary, word building skills, spelling, game strategy and even math.  Learn tips to score high and beat even advanced players. Become the master of two and three letter words, allowing for parallel play and scoring big. Find out how to create BINGOS, which add 50 points to any score. What are BINGOS and parallel play? Come to the club and find out! Thursdays at Tutor Time in Rm. 119 Susan Brenner


    Sea Shanty Club Bored of your simpleton life on deck? Want to move up in the world or have more respect within the crew? Become a Shanty-Master(or Mistress)! And sing joyous spirits for everyone to enjoy! The Sea Shanty club is devoted to learning and singing Sailor's folk songs and sea shanties, celebrating the history surrounding them, and sharing the with the general(Often uncooperative) public! Sea shanty club can help you become more charismatic, help you become a better singer(without as much stress as the choir classes), and of course earn you some awesome friends along the way. Start your year off right, with Sea Shanty Club. The first and last Thursday Tutor Times of each month Margaret Murer

    Drake Shults Rowan McAoo

    Skate Club Discussing and supporting the lifestyle of skateboarding and we produce a magazine and hopefully a video Every Thursday during tutor time
    Chris Klich

    Graham Lampie

    Snowboarding Team and Club Competitive Snowboarding and Recreational Boarders and Skiers Snowboard bus to Mt. Hood Meadows! Wednesdays After School starting in December. Wednesdays Dec-Mar. 3:15 to 11:00 Mt. Hood Meadows Fred Miller snowboardingwilson

    Emily Kline

    SouthWest StageWorks (SW)2 produces mainstage plays, short play festivals, an improv marathon, and offers a number of community service and theatre appreciation opportunities.  We offer two major field trips per year, including the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Oregon Thespians State Conference. (SW)2 is a member troupe in International Thespians, offering opportunities for recognition in high school theatre achievement.  First non-Thursday Tutor Time of each month Jamie Miller

    Sofi Solares
    Lucy Grissom Taegan Snyder Bryce Snyder
    Ella Carson
    Kate Kelly
    Gracie Dotson

    Speech and Debate Wilson Speech and Debate is one of Oregon's top Speech and Debate Teams. While organized as a club, Speech and Debate is an OSAA sanctioned competitive activity. Students develop and compete in a variety of public speaking, debate, and performance events, with potential to qualify for State and National championships.  Tournaments take place on weekends and are the core of the activity. Midweek "meetings" are practices for tournament competition. Speech and Debate makes students better thinkers, better writers and more adept at presenting their thoughts to small and large groups, skills highly prized by universities and employers. Practices are Wednesdays and Thursdays 3:30 to 5:00, 6:00 to 8:30 Room 213. Subject to change with coaching schedules.  Tournament participation is required to participate on the team. Don Steiner


    Students for Environmental Action (SEA) SEA is the environmental awareness club at Wilson. We maintain the school garden year-round and disperse the vegetables to club members or donate the food to the Neighborhood House in Multnomah Village. During the school year, we do monthly bottle cleanups where we collect the bottles from around the school campus and recycle them. We have potlucks where we use the vegetables from the garden to make delicious food. Any student who would like to experience working in the garden, is interested in learning about the natural environment, and enjoys good food is welcome in our club. Fridays at lunch Room 241 Mike Duchow-Pressley

    Simon Butson
    Stella Burlingame

    Students Of Color in Action Association (SOCAA) The mission of the Students of Color in Action Association is to work hand in hand with teachers and students alike to foster the social, cultural and intellectual development of all students at Wilson High School. SOCAA intends to promote understanding, unity, and solutions through education, open discussions, events, and activities. I plan to carry out this mission by hosting student-led discussions about different topics including racism, ethnic/race identity, and what it means to be a student of color. As intended in the mission statement of SOCCA, this club is intended for students of color to find solidarity with other students of color and I also know the power of white allies. My white peers are welcome to come and listen in on discussions we are having as Wilson High School is a diverse climate. If a club member wants to speak but feels more comfortable sharing just with other students of color, I believe that my white peers would respect/understand and step outside for a moment. Through SOCAA, I also hope to foster a student-teacher discussions in which teachers could hear the classroom experiences of students of color in the classroom and better understand how they could create a more diverse and inclusive classroom environment. Mr. Muraoka would be our club adviser, and we would meet during lunch on every Tuesday during lunch in Mr. Muraoka’s room. Every Tuesday during lunch
    Room 29.
    Kenneth Muraoka

    Thomas Berg

    The Comedy Club Stand-up, sketch or improv, physical, musical or simply cringey comedy all in one convenient club. In this world, its laugh or be laughed at. Wednesdays at lunch
    Room 108
    Jamie Miller

    Marina McClain

    The Miles CT Crew Gathering of people who all live on the same street. Including one staff member, and one student from each grade; not exclusive. Room 135, whenever we meet Michele Potestio

    Santo Giuseppe Pasco Tuvison Potestio Mallon
    Henry Fleming

    The Santo Club A place where a bunch of people can get together and have fun. Room 135 Michele Potestio

    SANTO Giuseppe Pasco Tuvison Potestio Mallon
    Chella Foster-Flynn

    Trojan Horse Contributors Club The purpose of the Supplement to the Trojan Horse Club is to allow students to contribute to the school’s magazine outside of class hours. This club will allow students to meet new people and have fun while also sharing their passions for journalistic endeavors. Each week club members will share and discuss articles and will be assigned topics to write on. This will allow them to develop their writing and speaking skills, as well as giving them access to magazine resources. This club is open to everyone, regardless of grade level. Mondays at lunch
    Room 142
    Keith Higbee

    Ihsaan Mohamed
    Veronica Adams

    Trojan Show Guard (Color guard) The Trojan Show Guard is a fun crew that uses flags to add visual rhythm and excitement to Wilson events and performances (ex: marching with the band). We would like to welcome anybody to our team - no matter gender, sexual orientation, or previous skills. We are a fun and creative group and consider our team family. We practice one to two times per week in preparation for the Rose Parade or Starlight Parade. We've also performed at assemblies and basketball games. Practice is after school starting in the Spring - Cafeteria/Outside Julie Fleming and Carole Schmidt Davis jfleming1@pps,net


    UNIDOS Previously known as the Latin@ Club, UNIDOS is a place where students can embrace their culture. This club was made as a space for students who identify as Hispanic/Latino, but is open to all. The purpose of the club is to provide a respectful space for students to express themselves and comfortably delve into their identities, opinions, and stories. Our stories and knowledge matter! It is important that our peers feel personally empowered to speak out, educate others that might not know our own cultural perspective, and feel good about expressing a clear truth. Through the support of one another, we are determined to knock down racial prejudices and stereotypes. Not only that, but a goal of the club is to expand our resumes through community service and provide information on topics such as education and long-term plans. UNIDOS is open to everyone, regardless of race or ethnicity. Tuesdays during lunch
    Room 28
    Francisco Hernandez

    Lisset Garcia-Garcia
    Ariel Garcia-Arreola
    Sayra Arroyo-Patin
    Allison Arroyo-Patino

    Volleyball Club Men and Women who do not have the opportunity to play volleyball at Wilson competitively will be able to play and practice at school/during the occasional meeting at a nearby rec. center. Once a week/Nohner's room Nick Nohner

    Tate Iverson
    Jake Tuonto
    Benji Spector

    WHS Dragon Boat Team WHS Dragon Boating is a fun sport, practicing every Spring, racing in the Rose Festival Dragon boat races at the end of the Rose festival - and winning races! We are competitive and want to win, but more than that we focus on the fun of the sport - helping each other improve and build strength and endurance, and develop into leadership roles on the boat including lead paddlers, callers, flag catchers, tillers and captains. All equipment is provided and we take anyone who wants to try. Team spirit and enthusiasm are the most valuable assets. We practice on the river rain or shine but never in really bad weather. Each boat is full with 23 members; 20 paddlers, a caller, a flag catcher and a tiller. We meet three times a week at the Waterfront marina/dock downtown; Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 4:30 - 6:00 and Saturday mornings from 8:30 to 10:00 Robert Bremmer

    Kate Kelly Christine Castles Scott Bremmer

    Wilson Chess Club The Wilson Chess Club offers chess lessons, tournaments and games just for fun!  It represents Wilson High School in the Portland Interscholastic  League team competition and travels to compete in the Oregon High School Team Chess Association. Come join a winning team!  Wilson Chess!  History of National and State Champs!  Professional lessons - Tournament team play - Travel to Oregon State Team championship!  All levels of players invited - beginner to advanced!  Come discover tactics, strategies and have fun! Monday afterschool at Wilson, Wednesday afterschool team games-Lincoln HS Kathryn Schuff

    Jake Winkler Michael Schuff Sinan Grehan Chris Ng, Ryuu Joy, River Bednark

    Wilson Knitting Club The Wilson Knitting Club welcomes knitters of all levels.  All supplies are provided.  Mondays
    Room 223
    Amy Durham

    Grace Heizer
    Craig Weeks

    Wilson Robotics Teams We are a competitive robotics program for Wilson students interested in learning engineering, programming, technology, team work, and robotics skills. Wilson has 4 teams that participate in the international program FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC). Teams are challenged to develop strategy and build robots to compete in an alliance format against other teams in league meets and tournaments. Teams are led by community volunteers and parents with STEM experience. W/F 6:00 to 9:00 (practices vary by team). Meets and tournaments on weekends. Kari Smith Haight wilsonhighschoolrobotics

    Noah Koontz
    Alissa Bergquist

    Wilson Rugby Club     Scott Guthrie


    Wilson Women's Lacrosse Wilson Women's Lacrosse welcomes all players, new (no experience necessary) or returning for a season of fun and competitive play. We have strong community spirit with dedicated players and involved parents and have had many successful years in OGLA. Practice begins in late February and our season kicks off at the beginning of March. We offer year-round opportunities to play, including captains’ practices in January and February to work on conditioning and LAX skills. See our website at for more information and latest news. TBA Valeurie Friedman

    Kendal Chatard
    Kaisa Autumn

    Wilson-Central Catholic Ski Team Alpine ski racing club with boys and girls teams competing in the Three Rivers Ski League. Join the ski team for exciting slalom and giant slalom racing on Mount Hood. No racing experience necessary.  Preseason training starts in November at Wilson.  Training at Mount Hood Meadows starts in December depending on conditions.  Races are in January through February on Saturdays with a state championship race in March.  Preseason training at Wilson HS Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30. Matt Stember

    Matthew Hickey Carmen Donnerberg

    Writing Club  You write whatever you want as long as it is from you Room 138 Nora Brooks TBA
    Youth Igniting Change A group of youth who like to help the marginalized and underserved populations in our community Every Monday
    Room 101
    Brian Covey
    Jay Rishel

    Jaden Winn