Clubs

It is hoped that all students will be involved in extracurricular activities. 

Willow Park School offers a variety of activities and clubs at various times throughout the year.  

(Due to current health guidelines, only some clubs are running in the 2021-2022 school year) 

Here are some examples of clubs that have run at Willow Park School in the past: 

Art/Gallery Club, Computer Lab, Dance Show, Dungeons and Dragons Club, Film Club, GSA Club, Hope for Animals Club, Improv Club, Inkspired, Kitbashing Club, Learning Commons, Me to We Club, Open Gym, Stamp/Card Club, Wellness Club, Yearbook Club.  

Starting February 9 - VOLLEYBALL CLUB - Wednesday's 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM. Grade 7 - 9 students are welcome to join Ms. Owen to play volleyball. The focus of this club is to develop recreational game experience, build community, and to have a positive and active start to the day!

   



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