• FWPA offers many different options for extra-curricular activities. 

    Clubs at FWPA fall under the responsibility of the ASB.  Students who wish to see a new club added need to find a staff member who is willing/able to serve as an adviser.  Students then need to write up a constitution describing the purpose and structure of the club. This constitution is then presented to  ASB  for approval of the formation of the club.  

    A constitution template is available from the ASB Adviser.


  • Mondays 3-4 pm

    Adviser: Steve Anderson 

    FWPA’s Associated Student Body takes the lead with FWPA dances, talent shows, and other school wide activities. 


Art Club

  • Non-Early Release Wednesdays 3-4 pm

    Adviser: Kelly Mooney

    Awaiting club description

Chess Club

  • Mondays 3-4 pm (Beginners)

    Fridays 3-4 pm

    Adviser: Mark Klumpenhower

    Beginners Chess-Starting on October 4 join Mr. K to learn the basics of chess. Beginners Chess runs through November.

    Chess Club- Starting in late October/early November through May Chess Club meets on Fridays to have fun playing games and challenging each other. 

Community Service

  • Thursdays 3-4:30 pm

    Adviser: Diana Camp


    The Community Service Club is open to all students.  The club plans, implements and supports community service projects for the students at FWPA.  Projects undertaken by the club have included food drives, blanket drives, the Festival of Giving, and the sale of Pulsera bracelets.




Honor Society

  • Non-Early Release Wednesdays 3-4 pm

    Adviser: Derek Olsen

    Admission to the Honor Society is by invitation only. Students involved in Honor Society attend regularly scheduled meetings, perform community service activities, participate in school activities and constantly strive to maintain a 3.5 GPA.



  • TBD

    Adviser: Leah Laatz

    Awaiting club description

Knowledge Bowl

  • Tuesdays 3-4 pm

    Thursdays 3-4 pm on practice days  Hours vary on meet days

    Adviser: Mark Klumpenhower

    Knowledge Bowl is an interscholastic competition of broad academic knowledge between area high schools, culminating in the State tournament in March.

    The FWPA Knowledge Bowl team competes as part of the Tacoma/Pierce County league. After school practices begin in November with meets being held weekly from December through February. 

Math Team

  • Tuesday 3-4 pm

    Adviser:  Heather Kelly

    Students in 6th – 8th grade develop a love for mathematics and competition. Each year the teams compete at a number of competitions in the region.  


Robotics Club

  • Tuesdays 3-4 pm

    Adviser: Kelly Mooney

    FIRST LEGO Robotics Club is a club where you will explore research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering through Lego robotics.

Scholar Advisory

  • Select Wednesdays during Leadership

    Adviser: Andrea Tee

    Awaiting club description


  • First & Third Mondays 3-4 pm

    Adviser: Diana Camp

    The Spirit Club is comprised of students selected from each leadership class.  The purpose and goal of the club is to promote school spirit through a wide variety of activities.

Walking Club

  • Daily 7-8 am

    Adviser: Diane Lasch

    Log PE hours while enjoying pleasant morning walks in our neighborhood and feeding Oreo snacks.  In case of rain, students will walk laps indoors.  A physical is required prior to participation in this club.


  • Tuesdays 3-4:30 pm

    Adviser: Diana Camp

    The Yearbook staff is responsible for documenting all the activities that take place throughout the year. All students are welcome to apply to be a part of the yearbook staff. Students who participate in yearbook gain artistic experience in photography, graphic design and layout.