• Current 9th-11th graders: Interested in joining ASB for 2018-2019? You MUST attend a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, 2/14 at lunch in the theater. More information will be available at this meeting. Bring your ID card since attendance will be recorded.


  • Current 8th graders: Click here for more information about joining ASB or Class Council next year. We will be conducting interviews for Freshman Class President (ASB position), Freshman Class Vice-President (ASB position), and up to 8 Freshman Class Council members (non-ASB positions) in April.

    Woodbridge High School’s ASB students (29 total, 2 spots for freshmen) gain leadership skills while planning events to unify the school (such as Homecoming, pep rallies, dances), promote spirit across the campus (athletics, arts, academics), spread awareness of important  issues including community service efforts and student wellbeing.  These two positions (Freshman Class President and Freshman Class Vice-President) will be determined by an interview process in April, and these two students must then sign up for the Leadership course in their 8-period schedule.  One year commitment.

     Woodbridge High School’s Freshman Class Council (20 Freshmen + a teacher advisor).  Activities include fundraising, planning Homecoming skits, planning prom, decorating pep rallies, dancing in the spring pep rally, and organizing grade t-shirt sales.  Lunchtime meetings, after school commitments, no course during the school day.  Led by Freshman Class President and Freshman Class Vice-President, who also serve on ASB (above). Up to 8 additional Freshman Class Council members will be added this April, with the rest applying and interviewing in August-September.  One year commitment.

    Freshman ASB and Class Council APPLICATIONS for 2018-2019

    Beginning on 3/1/2018 apply at


    Freshman ASB and Class Council Interviews for 2018-2019


    April 23- 27 from 3:30PM– 5:00PM


    More information is available at


  • Learn more about the ASB positions here: ASB Job Descriptions
  • Important Note:
    • Woodbridge High School programs and activities including membership in student clubs shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, nationality, ethnic group identification, age, religion, actual or potential parental, family, or marital status, or the exclusion of any person because of pregnancy or related conditions, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.The lack of English skills shall not be a barrier to admission to or participation in the District’s activities and programs. Refer to IUSD Bd Policy 5145.5



All you warriors interested in starting a club, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at the Club Handbook and a samples of the Constitution and Budget. Think big and be creative! If you have any question you can reach me at Thank you, and Happy Clubbing!  Ashwin Tripathi, ASB Clubs Commissioner

Click here to see the list of 2017-2018 WHS Clubs

Want to join a club? Come to the club drive at lunch on Thursday, September 28th and and Friday, September 29th at lunch on the basketball courts.

Required Club Documents for all clubs, preexisting or new:

Club Financial Guide and FAQs

Club Application (link to online application) – due by Friday, September 15th by the end of lunch- no exceptions

Club Application Written Supplement (signatures required for all clubs) due to Activities by Friday, September 15th at the end of lunch- no exceptions

Club Handbook 2017 (read all parts thoroughly)

Club Constitution Template

Club Budget Template

Club Minutes Template (Coming Soon)

Fundraising Request Form