Find a Club, Get Connected!

With more than 25 clubs and activities across both divisions, students can explore the arts, learn about other cultures, dive deeper into STEM, and more.

  • Adventure Club

    Grade Levels: 9-12
    Adventure Club provides students with the chance to live in close community in a natural setting and with unique opportunities to explore the gorgeous native flora and fauna of the Show-Me state! The club organizes overnight hikes and campouts in the greater St. Louis area as well as the Ozark National Waterways

  • Archery Club

    Grade Level: 7–8

  • Art Club

    Art Club is dedicated to the idea of community and its place in the creation of art. We strive to give students the freedom to express themselves in a safe environment while providing encouragement and enthusiasm to help others create art and be creative in everyday situations.

  • Audio/Visual Club

    Audio/Visual Club is for any student interested in live streaming, video production, live events, and theatre tech. In this team-oriented club, students develop engineering skills in pre-production and post-production environments. If you are creative and love working with technology behind the scenes, this club is for you!

  • BookFest Club

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    The BookFest Club is for upper school students who love to read and share books not commonly assigned in the classroom. Students in the club pick a title and agree to read a number of pages before each gathering. The literature serves as a springboard for meaningful discussions and relationship building.

  • Chess Club

    Chess Club allows students to meet others who can help improve their chess skills over friendly games! Beginning in December (and running through March), the upper school team competes against other schools on Wednesday afternoons. The middle school team competes on Thursday afternoons. Saturday tournaments are open to all students through the Gateway Chess League.

  • Chinese Club

    The Chinese Club welcomes all students who are interested in Chinese language or culture. We expose Chinese culture (art, architecture, history, cuisine, etc.) to our club members through presentations, discussions, film, and field trips. We also try to learn how God put His story in Chinese.

  • Coding Club

    Students who have a desire to learn about computer programming will use Code Academy, Khan Academy, HTML, Scratch, CSS, Java Script, Python, and MIT APP to make fun and creative games.

  • Debate Club

    Grade Levels: 9–12

  • Drama Club

    As a member of the Drama Club, you’ll see plays during the school year, help with auditions, run workshops, vote on plays for the following year, and help fundraise at Carnival. Join us!

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    Fellowship of Christian Athletes is “where athletes and coaches connect and grow in their sport and faith in Jesus Christ.” Topics such as “competing for an audience of One,” “leadership,” “respect for officials,” and “time management” are discussed in both an athletic and spiritual context. Students find ways to connect biblical truths to their daily lives as student-athletes. Each meeting starts with dinner and a fun group game followed by group discussion. The group will occasionally enjoy activity nights or service opportunities. In addition, the group is invited to participate in area-wide camps or events with other area schools. Everyone is welcome (even non-athletes), and students are welcome to attend in and out of season.

  • FIRST Robotics Team

    Team 4256–Cyborg Cats: Back in 2010, a group of Westminster students formed a club as an outlet to explore their collective interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). In 2011, several members reshaped this group into a fledgling robotics team, choosing to join the First Robotics Competition community in 2011. Team 4256, also known as the Cyborg Cats, was born. Today, the team includes over 80 student engineers. As the Cyborg Cats continue to evolve, their purpose remains the same; they strive to use robotics as an agent of community improvement and a canvas for self-expression.

  • French Club

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    French Club is open to all upper school students who desire to explore and celebrate French-speaking cultures. We engage with the Francophone world by sampling French cuisine at local restaurants, viewing French-language films, attending museum exhibits and culture festivals, and more. Additionally, we seek to serve our global and local neighbors. We raise funds for French missionaries at the Westminster Carnival and partner with the Spanish Club to provide childcare to immigrant families through the ministry Engage St. Louis.

  • Gaming Club

    Gaming Club offers students a place to play games of all sorts in order to connect with people, have fun, and learn new things. It’s a great way for students of any age and from diverse backgrounds to create shared experiences together as peers, teammates, and lighthearted competitors. Games range from casual (Taboo, Uno) to extended (Risk, Axis, and Allies), strategic (Catan and Power Grid), and social (Ultimate Werewolf and Charades).

  • Haitian Creole Club

    Grade Level: 7–12
    Members of the Haitian Creole club gather to learn about the language and culture of the Haitian people. Activities include eating Haitian food and playing games.

  • History Club

    History Club is for students who have a passion for exploring history beyond what is offered in the classroom. Students examine historical figures, events, and periods through book study, film, and visits to local museums. The history club also works to bring greater community awareness to key events in our nation’s past.

  • Medical Club

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    The Medical Club provides helpful information and experiences for high school students interested in the medical or healthcare field (i.e. physician, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training, etc.). Activities include listening to guest speakers, visiting local hospitals and medical schools, and completing group projects.

  • Movie Club

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    Movie Club explores the impact that film has on independent viewers as well as society as a whole. Activities include discussions of genres, after-school film viewings, trips to the movie theatre to see new releases, and community events. Anyone with a love of or interest in movies is welcome.

  • Photography Club

    Photography Club allows students to take pictures, explore camera settings, and expand their portfolios. There will be opportunities to visit locations such as the zoo, the Botanical Gardens, and local parks to take photographs. Students will view and critique each other’s images.

  • Scholar Bowl

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    Scholar Bowl is an academic club that gives students the opportunity to compete in quiz-like competitions against teams from other schools. The team has the opportunity to compete at the district, statewide, and national levels. Practices, which consist of a “mock meet,” usually last two or three hours. Scholar Bowl Club seeks to unite a love of learning and knowledge of trivia into a fun environment fostering community and relationship!

  • Scrabble and Tea Club

    The Scrabble and Tea Club brings Westminster community members (students, faculty, staff, families) together to make new relationships and deepen those relationships over a game of Scrabble and a cup of tea.

  • Self-Defense Club

    Grade Level: 9–12

    The Self-Defense Club exists to teach young adults the importance of self-defense in crisis situations. With “safety first” in mind, participants will need boxing gloves and athletic clothes as they work on grappling and striking. There will be no sparring.

  • Spanish Club

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    Spanish Club brings together students and faculty who enjoy the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking cultures. The club seeks to deepen proficiency of the Spanish language and promotes an interest in culture through first-hand experiences. Students participate in service, educational, and social projects and functions throughout the year.

  • Sudoku Club

    Sudoku is a game that helps develop students’ analysis ability, observation skills, logic, and reasoning. It can also help relieve stress and provide a way to relax. Students will get together to compete against each other, and possibly, in the future, against other schools.

  • U.N.I.T.Y

    Grade Levels: 9–12
    United Neighbors in Today’s Youth (U.N.I.T.Y) is a group of curious students who participate in activities and plan events to identify and celebrate our differences. In U.N.I.T.Y Club, we are passionate about asking hard questions, hosting respectful and courageous conversations, moving toward greater understanding, and embracing our differences as a diverse, unified body of people in Christ.

  • Veterans & First Responders Club

    Grade Levels: 7–12
    The Veterans & First Responders Club provides opportunities for reaching out to the community through service that supports past and present military, veterans, firefighters, and police officers. Examples of activities include writing cards, making care packages, helping with St. Louis Honor Flight, and participating in events at Jefferson Barracks.