At Wayland, students explore their interests, from fine arts to fitness and animation to leadership, through a wide variety of special interest clubs and leadership opportunities.

Clubs

Some clubs, such as the Robotics and Technology Club, the Model United Nations, and the Junior Classical League, travel and compete against other schools. Other student organizations focus on student interests on campus, such as the Thespian Society, the Art Club, the Ping Pong Club, and the Yoga Club. New clubs may be created when students want to explore a passion such as culinary arts, filmmaking or entrepreneurial business.

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  • Admission Ambassadors

  • Animation Club

    The Animation Club meets on a regular basis to watch the newest, the greatest, and the most obscure anime films and animated programs.
  • Art Club

  • Baking Club

    Baking Club is a group of students devoted to the fine art of baking and eating that which we bake. Bread, cakes, pastries, we will bake and eat them all with gusto.
  • Entrepreneurial Club

    The entrepreneur club allows students the chance to pursue small business opportunities of their own devising and enter competitions.
  • Forensics

    Forensics allows students to build their confidence in public speaking and performance.  Students may choose among 16 different categories of competition, from original speeches to performance of literature.  Each year, over 6,000 students across Wisconsin participate in the forensics festival series, culminating in the state tournament.
  • Interact

  • Junior Classical League


    Wayland’s Junior Classical League is a chapter of the national organization devoted to engaging students in the classical languages and cultures outside of the classroom. We compete in academic, creative writing, art, and costume contests against other Latin students from across Wisconsin.
  • Lifting Club

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Student Leadership

Students also gain valuable leadership skills through student government, the Student Activities Board, Prefect and Proctor positions.

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  • Prefects

    The Prefect position is the highest and most respected student leadership position on campus and is awarded to students who demonstrate outstanding leadership and character.  A Prefect’s responsibility is to assist faculty members in defending individual rights, helping to keep order, and generally maintaining a high standard of behavior on campus.
    Each spring, juniors and sophomores interested in becoming Prefects complete an application and participate in an interview process. The Head of School appoints all Prefects.
  • Proctors

    Like Prefects, Proctors provide leadership and help keep order on campus during study hall and campus activities. A Proctor must demonstrate leadership qualities and must set a positive example. Students interested in becoming Proctors apply to the Head Resident of his or her hall or area of interest. Proctors are selected from the rising sophomore, junior, and senior classes.
  • Student Activities Board

    Members of this group plan the big events on campus for Spirit Week and January dress up dorm competitions.  We also plan Pep Rally, Homecoming Dance, and Snow Ball.
  • Student Council

    The Student Council is comprised of a President, Vice President, and Accountant/Secretary as well as two Class Representatives from each class
     
    Student Council meets twice a month to discuss student concerns.  The Council meets with Wayland’s Administrative team to address those concerns.
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