Extra Curricular

Sr. Beta

The National Senior Beta Club is a leadership-service organization for grades 9 -12.  Its purpose is to promote the ideals of character, service and leadership among students, to reward outstanding achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school. 

New and returning/transferring members must have and maintain a 3.0 overall grade point average, earning no more than one "C" for the second semester grading period, and no grade lower than a "C", including core, elective & PE classes.  Each member must earn 30 community/school service hours by May 1 and attend at least 5 meetings. 

Beta Club meets twice a month, once during school and once after school as announced.  Members participate in these activities:  District and State Conventions, fundraisers, visiting the nursing home, tutoring, Relay for Life, Thanksgiving Food Drive, helping with College/Career Night, service activities at school, decorating and riding on Homecoming float and the National Convention in the summer. Club dues are $30.00 for new members and $15.00 for returning members.  Please contact sponsors Mrs. Manda Lockhart and Mrs. Jennifer Jacob for more information.



SADD - Saints Against Destructive Decisions

Originally, the mission of the SADD chapter was to help young people say "No" to drinking and driving. Today, the mission has expanded. Students have told us that positive peer pressure, role models and other strategies can help them say "No" to more than drinking and driving. And that is why SADD has become a peer leadership organization dedicated to preventing destructive decisions, particularly underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and teen violence as well as teen depression and suicide.

SADD's mission: To provide students with the best prevention and  intervention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions.  Students sign a pledge of commitment to stay drug and alcohol free and act as a positive school peer leader.

The West Feliciana High School chapter of SADD has been active since the Fall of 2000 and is sponsored by Leeneta Ewing.   Dues are $15 which includes a club T-shirt.  Meetings are held once a month during first hour.  Students participate in a variety of activities to promote our mission including chalk walks, Rock the Belt, Relay for Life, State Conference and PY/PM. Special thanks to the West Feliciana Parish Drug & Alcohol Awareness Council and MADD for their continued support of WFHS SADD!



Interact Club

If you are looking for a club that is year around, extremely involved and a very rewarding club to be a part of, then you should join The Interact Club.  Interact Club is a service club that works to serve the school and the community.  Within the school The Interact Club hosts the Homecoming Dance, Mardi Gras Ball, and the Valentine's Day carnation sale.  This year in the community the Interact Club will participate in Habitat for Humanity in Saint Francisville and The Dreams Come True Foundation in the local area.  The Interact Club also participates in the State Interact Convention which is held during the spring, where students compete for several different awards.  The requirements  to be in Interact are simple: each student must have at least a 2.5 GPA and helping hands to serve West Feliciana High School and the community.



National F.F.A. Organization

The National F.F.A. Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. The U.S. Dept. of Education provides leadership and helps set direction for the F.F.A. as a service to state and local agricultural education programs. To become a member of the F.F.A. a student must be in 9th -12th grade and enrolled in Agriscience I,II,III or IV.  The sponsors are Mr. Jason McCray and Paul Theriot, PHD.






Do you like to read books?  Do you like to talk about the good books you have read?  Club READ is the club for you.  Club READ is a club that celebrates reading and the great books that are available to be read by Young Adults.

Club READ meets each month and all Club READ members automatically gain membership into LTLA, the Louisiana Teen-Age Librarians Association.  This unique organization is completely run by teen members of LTLA and it also hold a convention each year in Alexandria.  LTLA State Officers use Robert Rules of Order to conduct all LTLA business and organize the convention each year.  This gives State Officers a valuable experience for the business world and membership in social organization.

The Convention is a fun event with book talks, activities, contests, a dance, and Guest Author Speakers who are available to autograph copies of their popular titles.  It is an event that Club READ members look forward to attending each year.  For more info email Michelle Jones.




The band program is under the direction of Mr. William Johnson.  Enrollment in the award-winning band is open to any 9-12 grader that has a desire to be in band - no prior knowledge is needed.  It is the goal of the WFHS band program to help students become independent, life long musicians and to develop and foster lifelong qualities that will make them positive role models in the community.  The band program gives the students many opportunities to travel and experience new and exciting activities.

The band program offers several different options to students interested in music.  Students may participate in: Marching Band, Flag/Color Guard, Concert Band, Percussion Ensemble and Jazz Band.

For more information about our award winning 24/7 band please visit www.thespiritofwestfel.org  or contact  Mr. William Johnson.




NJROTC is a great program where cadets learn citizenship, discipline, responsibility, self-respect and respect for others.  The NJROTC Unit enjoys many activities such as drill meets, field trips, annual awards ceremony and the annual Navy Ball.  To join ROTC the student needs to have a good record and must be accepted by the NJROTC instructors Lt. Cdr. David McMillan and Petty Officer Lisa Poppen.



What is 4-H?    4-H is more than the raising and showing of livestock and horses. West Feliciana 4-H has many active project clubs which includes: Shooting Sports, Photography, Jr. Leader, Sewing, Horse, Nutrition, and Livestock.  Character Counts is also a program that is sponsored by 4-H in which high school 4-H’ers are trained to go into elementary classrooms and teach the six pillars of character. 4-H gives students the chance not only to learn new skills, but also teaches 4-H’ers how to give to the community through service learning projects. In the past, 4-H students have brought their pets to the nursing home to brighten the day of our elderly people. 4-H also conducts fund raisers -- the sweet potatoes are so good they almost sell themselves!  There are also many scholarship opportunities available on a parish and state level for those active in 4-H their last 3 years of school! Parent volunteers are invited to participate in many club activities. Any student or parent interested in 4-H can call the West Feliciana Parish AgCenter office at 635-3614, or email us at fritchie@agcenter.lsu.edu.