Clubs and Activities


The Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Student Activities program strives to provide co-curricular and service opportunities for students that extend skills, enhance a work ethic, promote self-realization and develop positive relationships, teamwork, and leadership skills.

The Whitman-Hanson High School Community believes that for students to fully develop their personal potential they should be actively involved in both academic classes and co-curricular activities. Co-curricular activities are designed to meet a variety of student interests that complement and supplement the Mission and Expectations of Student Learning.



WHRHS Extra-Curricular *


CLASS OF 2024 - Bree Asci & Bruce Gardener

CLASS OF 2025 - Daniel Moriarty & John Rozen

CLASS OF 2026 - Cara Dempsey & Amanda Reagan

CLASS OF 2027 - Brian Dempsey & Kristen Thomas


PUBLICITY - Dan Moriarty

TECHNOLOGY - James Kozak


WEBSITE - Marcus Casey



The WH Astronomy Club is a club dedicated to the pursuit of all knowledge related to the universe and it's many mysteries. We meet for morning and night sky viewings, host expert guest speakers from the community, and collaborate for open intellectual discussions. We are a group of like- minded people with a passion for the unknown…


Best Buddies Club promotes friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those without a disability, within the school. This program tries to break social barriers at a difficult time in a teenager’s life, with or without a disability. Members spend time together during lunch break, before or after school. There are special events created in which allows the students to be creative, share and contribute with one another.


DECA is a high school business club that allows students to put their classroom knowledge to use. In DECA students compete in various business categories against other high schools, first at a local level, then state level and finally at an international level. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. Check out our website for more information.


The Whitman Hanson Drama Club is open to all WHRHS students interested in acting, singing, and/or dancing on stage in 1 -2 stage productions annually. For those students wishing to participate in the technical aspects of a production (i.e. lights, sound, set design, and costuming) several opportunities are available to anyone interested. New members are always welcome as enrollment is open throughout the year. Club trips and travel opportunities are tentative upon administrative approval. The drama club has elected officers, awards scholarships and is engaged in community charity events in addition to performances at the school.


The National French Honor Society is an organization that promotes scholarship, rewards scholastic achievement, and promotes the study of the French language and Francophone culture. We work to stimulate interest in the study of French by creating enthusiasm for and an understanding of Francophone culture within the community and perpetuating solidarity with the French-speaking world. Members of the National French Honor Society organize events and activities for their school and local community while also focusing on community service.


The Habitat for Humanity Club is officially a Chapter of the International Association. It was started by students to help the homeless. We are partners with our local affiliate based in Braintree. Along with our own fundraisers students are also asked to volunteer to help out with the affiliate's fundraising endeavors. Founded in 2006, our first task was to help out with building a house in Whitman. In 2007 we helped with a build in Scituate and we continue to find ways to help Habitat in anyway we can. Meetings are held once a month and fundraising is an ongoing process with student led initiatives. New members are always welcomed. Elections are held each spring to elect officers. The club has a president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary.


The History Club is a place where students who are interested in the important people, places, and events of the past can meet and share their common interest. The History Club coordinates school-wide informational campaigns about key historical anniversaries, views historical films, plays history-related games, participates in discussions and debates, and plans historical field trips. The History Club will also be constructing Whitman-Hanson High School's History Lab through community outreach and practicing the real skill of history, research. All students are welcome regardless of grade level; the only membership requirement is a love of history!


The Key Club is a service organization for high school students, which operates under school regulations and draws its membership from the student body. Key Club differs from other organizations in many ways. Key Club is unique family because it is sponsored by a local Kiwanis club, composed of the leading business and professional people of the community. Key Club's objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability and good citizenship practices. Key Club is different because it functions not only on the local level, but also on district and international levels.This highly developed structure provides programs, literature and the opportunity to relate teenagers from thirteen countries around the world. Key Club is the largest service organization of its kind with over 129,000 members in approximately 3,800 clubs. 


The Majorettes are a baton-twirling group that offers three performance opportunities for the interested student. Performance opportunities are available with the marching band, twirling team competitions and individual competitions. The majorettes may also participate in the Leaders and Learners district twirling program.

The majorettes that perform with the band are an auxiliary performance unit to the band. Their function is to enhance the total musicality of the band program. They accomplish this by utilizing batons and other twirling equipment, dance and marching skills to various musical selections provided by the band. The group participates in parades, at the half time of football games and selected community events with the band throughout the year.

The second opportunity of the program involves competition. The group competes in competitions throughout the New England area. Competitions are available monthly throughout the school year. Majorettes may participate in both scholastic and open competitions, allowing the participant a wide variety of competitive experiences. There is the opportunity for individual, duet and trio competitions. Majorettes learn about the twirling opportunities available at the local, state, regional and national level.

The final opportunity is as part of the district feeder program also known as the "Leaders and Learners Program". This program offers instruction to students within the school district beginning in grade four through grade eight. The advisor teaches this program and leadership is provided by members of the high school team. This program is open to high school majorettes who meet the leadership/role model criteria set forth by the advisor. Upon the completion of the introductory program, the returning twirlers continue instruction resulting in parade performances at the end of the first year with the high school majorettes. Continued participation in this program results in the necessary skills to become a member of the high school majorette team and more opportunities for competition/performances.


The Marine Biology club meets twice a month. All students are welcome to join. Members are involved in developing lesson plans to teach at the middle/elementary schools, creating FYI posters to hang around the building and fun facts for WHTV, going to the aquarium, doing beach cleanups, going on collection trips, discussing current events and anything else students decide to do!


The Math Team is a collection of students who like to have fun, socialize and solve math problems. The Math Team is open to all grade levels and everyone has an opportunity to compete in the four meets each year. We compete against other cities and towns in our area. Each meet has 6 rounds of three questions. The more correct answers an individual or team gets, the more points the team accumulates. We practice every Thursday after school with the meets being held on the first Thursday of every month from November to February.


The Whitman-Hanson Chapter of the National Honor Society recognizes members of the Whitman-Hanson community who demonstrate four core values. These values are leadership, scholarship, service and character. Each year, members are inducted based on their embodiment of each of these values. The members of the National Honor Society strive to promote community service through year-round volunteer endeavors.

*NHS Bylaws - At Whitman-Hanson, juniors and seniors who have an unweighted GPA of 3.35 or greater will receive an invitation and application to apply before Christmas break. A faculty council will read the applications and make final decisions based on a student's academic record, leadership, service and character.


Peers Reaching Out to Educate Communities Today (PROTECT) is an organization aimed at identifying and addressing issues threatening the social, emotional, and physical well-being of our community members. Through education, action and attention, PROTECT provides a safe environment to improve upon a multitude of issues surrounding the lives of teenagers, as well as other identified community members based within our region. Club members participate in trainings and offer programs within the high school, district schools, and community to support our mission.


The Whitman-Hanson Robotics Club is an exciting and hands-on introduction to the world of robotics. Students will engage every week in designing, building, testing, and refining a robot to complete a series of tasks. Everyone has the opportunity to learn to program, construct, and control the robot. Our efforts culminate in a regional robotics competition each year. All students are welcome. No prior experience or knowledge is necessary.


The Whitman-Hanson Chapter of Science National Honor Society recognizes students with outstanding achievement in Science. Students admitted through the application process are expected to leverage their science knowledge to give back to their school through community service and volunteering


The Student Environmental Awareness Club is a group of students dedicated to helping the school improve its impact on our environment. Club members are responsible to efforts related to the schools recycling program. Additionally, students will help make the school grounds greener and cleaner by running clean-ups and planting gardens. All students are welcome to this community service oriented club.


Yearbook club meets to help create and market the current installment of Retrospect. Students learn the basics of yearbook layout and design while contributing to the yearbook production. Students are able to design creative layouts, interact with business partners in the community, learn computer graphics and layout programs and increase the availability of the yearbook to a wide audience.  

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