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Clubs & Honors

The Winston School San Antonio offers a variety of enrichment activities and extracurricular clubs for our students.

As a member of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) and the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS), Winston students compete annually in academic and art competitions with other students from around the state.

These enrichment activities include:

Beta Club – Both Middle and Upper School students are encouraged to participate in the Beta Club as a reward for their merit. Nominations are made by faculty and are based on character, service, leadership, citizenship, and scholarship. Members are expected to maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 85 and participate in club service projects. Contact: Toni Schexnyder

Dungeons & Dragons Club – Provides Winston Upper School students an opportunity to learn and play the game of Dungeon & Dragons. Sponsored by Toni Schexnyder, the club meets after school weekly and provides opportunities for students to socialize. Contact: Toni Schexnyder

Freedom Arts Magazine – Freedom Arts is the creative brainchild of founding student editor Robert Hook, a member of the graduating class of 2012. Robert’s inspiration and tenacity were the essential ingredients in bringing forth a literary magazine that the Winston community both enjoys and treasures. Freedom Arts is published bi-annually and showcases the creative talents of Winston's students. Contact Chloe Eseo

National Honor Society – Membership in the National Honor Society recognizes Upper School students for their accomplishments and challenges them to excel by engaging in school activities and community service. Nominations are made by faculty and are based on the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Contact: Toni Schexnyder

Rotary EarlyAct – EarlyAct provides Lower School students a glimpse into the work of our Rotary Interact Club (see next listing). EarlyAct is based on the principles of Interact, modified so that they are age-appropriate, and offers service and outreach opportunities for Winston’s youngest students. 

Rotary Interact – Sponsored by the North Central Rotary Club and the Boerne Sunrise Rotary Club, this group offers Winston students an opportunity to create greater understanding and promote goodwill with youth around the world. Interact meets twice a month and functions similarly to a regular Rotary Club. Contact: Mike Canales

Maker Space – The Winston Maker Space Club provides an opportunity for students (3rd to 12th Grades) to engineer, build, and 3D print their designs as well as construct computer boards capable of basic and advanced functions and [participate in Computer eSports. Contact Frank Pacheco

Student Council – Serves the student body in a variety of ways. The purpose is to promote good citizenship among the students, assist in the management of student concerns, and provide purposeful direction of school activities. Contact: Robyn Borth