WHS Clubs

Youth CLub

Join the Waterford Community Youth Club in serving out school district and community!

- Waterford Community Youth Club

Drama Club

Drama club has acting, painting, hair & makeup. In drama, people learn to express themselves in the ways they know best, as well as new ways. The inclusive and expressive club of theatre puts on plays two times a year.

- Drama Club

LiteracyClub

Do you love to read? Join Mrs Viney and the literacy club in exploring new worlds through the lense of literature! The literacy club raises funds to provide all the books for the club for FREE.

- Literacy Club

Games Club

Join the gaming club at lunchtime we connect over our shared love of gaming! Gaming options include video games, foosball, and board games.

- Gaming Club

ASB

Our student leadership club sets the tone for campus!

- ASB Club

committed

We are COMMITTED to keeping ourselves and our campus drug free!

- Committed Club

friday night live

Friday Night Live organizes events for students that keep them engaged in positive ways and away from drugs and alcohol.

- Friday Night Live Club

FFA

Our Future Farmers of America are raising money, learning new skills, pursuing career pathways, and growing into the leaders of TODAY!

- FFA Club

PHAST

Out PHAST leaders are helping us Protect Health and Slam Tobacco on campus!

- PHAST Club

clever companions

Join our Clever Companions Club!

- Clever Companions Club

CSF

The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is an academic club whose purpose is to promote scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Join our club in service to our community, and personal growth. Talk to Mr Reed for meeting times.

- CSF Club

fishing

Take advantage of our wonderful location along a great fishing river and join the Fishing Club!

- Fishing Club

Generation Faith Club

Be a part of a community of faith, by joining the Generation Faith Club.

- Generation Faith Club

VOWELS

Join the Voices Of Waterford Ensuring Lifelong Success!

- VOWELS Club

senior Scholarship spotlight

senior Scholarship spotlight

$55,000 AWARDED

During our annual awards ceremony we recognize students for their achievements, and present the present our local scholarships winners with their awards. The 2022 ceremony opened with a flag salute, led by Evan Espinoza, before Mrs. Salgado called up the 31 students who received the state seal of biliteracy. Following the biliteracy awards, the Career and Technical Education (CTE) students received certificates of recognition for completing their chosen pathway, which is a two to three year commitment. During the final portion of the evening, donors and representatives of our many local scholarships awarded students a total of $55,000 in local scholarships. Though many students were honored over the course of the evening, there were a few who stood above. Keep scrolling to see some of our top students for the class of 2022.

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    $55,000 AWARDED

    During our annual awards ceremony we recognize students for their achievements, and present the present our local scholarships winners with their awards. The 2022 ceremony opened with a flag salute, led by Evan Espinoza, before Mrs. Salgado called up the 31 students who received the state seal of biliteracy. Following the biliteracy awards, the Career and Technical Education (CTE) students received certificates of recognition for completing their chosen pathway, which is a two to three year commitment. During the final portion of the evening, donors and representatives of our many local scholarships awarded students a total of $55,000 in local scholarships. Though many students were honored over the course of the evening, there were a few who stood above. Keep scrolling to see some of our top students for the class of 2022.

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    EVAN ESPINOZA

    One of the most recognized students of our 2022 awards night was Evan Espinoza, who received many honors and scholarships over the course of the night recognizing his success academically, athletically, and socially. Evan has run Cross Country and Track all four years of High School. He finished his Cross-Country season ranked third in the Section and was a State qualifier. As a senior, he broke the schools 5K record, 16:52. During the Track and Field season, Evan broke the school record in the 800 meters, 1600 meters, 1 Mile, 3200 meters, and 2 miles. He ran the 800 meters in 2 minutes flat, 1600 in 4:29.07, and the 3200 in 9:58.33. He finished the season first place in the league for the 800, 1600, and 3200. He finished second place at Sections and will be racing in the Masters Semi-Final State Race this weekend. As a student, Evan is at the top of his class with a cumulative GPA of 4.27. He completed his first semester of senior year with a 4.80 GPA. In the words of vice principal Kerry Whitfield, “Evan is a very kind, respectful, young man, and we couldn’t ask for a better representative of Waterford High School.” Evan was the 2022 recipient of the SAL Scholar Athlete award for Waterford High School, which recognizes him as the male athlete with the highest GPA.

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    CALISTA FRIESEN

    Calista Friesen was recognized on awards night for a variety of accomplishments, including awards for her service and volunteerism. In addition to her local awards and scholarships, Calista Friesen was recognized as the 2022 SAL Scholar Athlete, for being the female athlete with the highest GPA at Waterford High School.

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    AIDEN MCCORMICK

    Aiden is another star student who recognized multiple times on awards night. Staff affectionately referred to Aiden as Waterford’s own Captain Hook, for his notable role in the drama club’s fall production of Peter/Wendy. “In addition to being a top student, Aiden has been an active participant in both music and drama productions during high school. His unique ‘sparkle’ uplifts and inspires those around him. Truly, there is no one else quite like him,” said Mrs. Noceti, who leads Waterford High School’s Drama Club.

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    MONICA GUTIERREZ

    Monica was recently awarded a $2,000 TRM college scholarship from the Modesto Marathon and Teens Run Modesto Program. In addition to running cross country and track at WHS, Monica has run one half marathon and two full marathons with the WJHS branch of the Teens Run Modesto program.

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    HANNAH BIBBINS

    Hannah was recognized for a variety of achievements at the awards ceremony. Over the course of high school, Hannah has participated in an astounding 21 teams/seasons.

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    GRISCELDA FIGUEROA

    Griscelda's name was called frequently at the awards banquet. In addition to being a high achieving student, Griscelda is an active member of FFA, receiving many chapter honors.

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    EVAN ESPINOZA

    One of the most recognized students of our 2022 awards night was Evan Espinoza, who received many honors and scholarships over the course of the night recognizing his success academically, athletically, and socially. Evan has run Cross Country and Track all four years of High School. He finished his Cross-Country season ranked third in the Section and was a State qualifier. As a senior, he broke the schools 5K record, 16:52. During the Track and Field season, Evan broke the school record in the 800 meters, 1600 meters, 1 Mile, 3200 meters, and 2 miles. He ran the 800 meters in 2 minutes flat, 1600 in 4:29.07, and the 3200 in 9:58.33. He finished the season first place in the league for the 800, 1600, and 3200. He finished second place at Sections and will be racing in the Masters Semi-Final State Race this weekend. As a student, Evan is at the top of his class with a cumulative GPA of 4.27. He completed his first semester of senior year with a 4.80 GPA. In the words of vice principal Kerry Whitfield, “Evan is a very kind, respectful, young man, and we couldn’t ask for a better representative of Waterford High School.” Evan was the 2022 recipient of the SAL Scholar Athlete award for Waterford High School, which recognizes him as the male athlete with the highest GPA.

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    CALISTA FRIESEN

    Calista Friesen was recognized on awards night for a variety of accomplishments, including awards for her service and volunteerism. In addition to her local awards and scholarships, Calista Friesen was recognized as the 2022 SAL Scholar Athlete, for being the female athlete with the highest GPA at Waterford High School.

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    AIDEN MCCORMICK

    Aiden is another star student who recognized multiple times on awards night. Staff affectionately referred to Aiden as Waterford’s own Captain Hook, for his notable role in the drama club’s fall production of Peter/Wendy. “In addition to being a top student, Aiden has been an active participant in both music and drama productions during high school. His unique ‘sparkle’ uplifts and inspires those around him. Truly, there is no one else quite like him,” said Mrs. Noceti, who leads Waterford High School’s Drama Club.

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    MONICA GUTIERREZ

    Monica was recently awarded a $2,000 TRM college scholarship from the Modesto Marathon and Teens Run Modesto Program. In addition to running cross country and track at WHS, Monica has run one half marathon and two full marathons with the WJHS branch of the Teens Run Modesto program.