WCCA offers several different clubs and organizations on campus.
While classroom curriculum is the primary focus, WCCA is proud to offer students the opportunity to participant in organizations and clubs that enhance the overall experience of the school life. We are pleased to offer a glimpse into the programs, clubs and events in and around our campus.
The WCCA Robotics Club introduces the possibilities of engineering, manufacturing, and program coding. This club provides its’ members the opportunity of hands-on application in programming robots and logical problems solving techniques.
Students participating in the robotics program also have the opportunity to participate in the MS Robotics competitions, founded and lead by Ray Holt, throughout the state. Teams must solve a problem that requires research, creative thinking, teamwork, and robot programming skills.
4-H is a globally recognized youth organization whose programs are conducted in over 3,000 counties throughout the United States. WCCA is a proud member of Mississippi 4-H Club through Mississippi State University Extension office. This club offers growth opportunities that put the heads, hearts, hands, and health of Mississippi's youth to work. The focus is geared toward learning and applying the program’s essential elements: belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity.
Science Olympiad is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of science education and exposing teenagers to the STEM fields. The WCCA Science Olympiad Team works to promote an interest in science throughout the student body.
Through their experiences in Science Olympiad, students are able to find their passion for various areas of the sciences. Our team members possess a high level of enthusiasm for science and are committed to collaborating with team members in order to succeed.
WCCA Student Council is an advisory group of students to the faculty and administration of the school. They focus on improving school spirit and making positive changes to ensure a balanced school-life environment.
The Junior and Senior classes of WCCA have the opportunity each year to combine education with the adventure of exploration. These trips include travel to New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC and allow the students to experience the following landmarks personally.
Travel to New York City includes a visit the Statue of Liberty, Ground Zero, China Town, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge, and Broadway play. Philadelphia captures the Liberty Bell and Liberty Square experience. Then, Washington D.C provides first-hand tours of Whitehouse, the Capital, the Pentagon, along with various monuments and Smithsonian.
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