Clubs & Groups

Art Club: We meet on a regular basis Wednesdays after school in the art room to create art using a variety of different mediums.  Thank you to the City of Warman, who help fund the supplies for our art club through an annual grant!

Our planned activities for the 2014/2015 year are as follows:

October 22: Pumpkin Carving
November 12: Beading
November 26: Glass Fused Jewelry
December 10: Chocolate Making
January 14: Ink Painting
January 28 & February 4: Clay
March 4: Glass Etching
March 18: Tile Painting
April 1: Easter Egg Painting
April 22: Photosensitive Fabric & Zentangle Jewelry
May 6: Printmaking
May 20: Stained Glass

GSA: The Gay Straight Alliance is a club that is open to all grade 8 – 12 students; no one is asked to share their sexual identity with others. We meet weekly in the art room on Thursdays at noon.  We are an accepting and open minded group of people and we particapte in a variety of activities: from discussing current events to creating rainbow cakes, and marching in the Pride Parade in June.  We hope our group helps to increase acceptance of all individuals at Warman High School regardles of gender, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.  http://msgerrard.weebly.com/warman-high-gsa.html

Junior Drama auditions will take place TBA.  If you are interested in being a part of the backstage crew, you do not have to come to auditions, but listen to announcements for more details.

Warman High School Mentorship Program is in its fourth year of development.  This unique opportunity pairs volunteers from division four with division three students in a mentor/mentee relationship.  Students have the opportunity to try fun things, learn new skills, and receive support from an older student.  This program serves to bridge the gap between younger and older students with the ultimate goal being a safe, inclusive school environment.

If you are a student interested in participating in the Warman High School Mentorship Program, please see Mrs. Wegren.

Safe Schools Committee
Warman High School uses a program called The Fourth R, a comprehensive school based program that engages administrators, staff, students, parents, and community partners. The program focuses on violence/ bullying prevention, the promotion of positive choices and healthy relationships. The Fourth R has been implemented in Ontario high schools since 2001 and is currently being evaluated by researchers from the CAMH Center for Prevention Science.

Travel Club

Grade 10 and 11 students, are you still interested in a 2016 Travel Club???  There is still room left to join the Science Trip to Costa Rica and the History Trip to England, Ireland, and Wales.  Please see Mr. Schmidt or Mr. Linner ASAP to get enrolled!