Clubs and Programs



---Check back soon for our list of up-to-date offerings for the 2017-2018 School Year---

Get involved! It is a well-known fact that the active and involved student is happier and generally more successful in school as a whole!

Students participating in co-curricular activities need to maintain passing grades in required subjects and must demonstrate appropriate behavior both in and out of selected activities. 

Students participating in extra curricular activities are required to provide their own transportation home in the case of after-school activities.


Following is a list of examples of clubs. Clubs may be added or deleted as student and faculty interest is determined.


There are three bands at the middle school level, one for each grade level. Students study a variety of musical styles and periods as well as the techniques of their instruments. The bands perform at the fall, winter and spring concerts. Students receive a grade for participating in band.
Opportunities for band-related experiences beyond the classroom include solo-ensemble competition, Jazz Bands, and Honors Band. Some ensembles require before school or after school rehearsals.


Builders Club is a service organization that completes projects for the benefit of our community.
Builders Club is the pre-club for Key Club in high school and members are automatically members of Key Club when they enroll in high school. It is affiliated with the Kiwanis Club.

Coding Club is for anyone who is interested in learning how to code.  It is also for anyone who wants to tell a story, make games, or make music.  Using the easy-to-learn Scratch Coding, the club member will explore the areas of story writing, gaming, and music.  No prior knowledge to coding is needed as every club session includes step by step instruction through videos.  Come explore the world of computer programming and have fun while doing it!

Do you like to paint canvas, make pottery, paint ceramic, make cards, scrapbook?  Craft Club will meet in Room 122 and also be taking field trips!  



Wredling presents two theatrical programs each year. Students audition for acting rolls and sign up for crew positions. This after-school activity, while requiring a large time commitment, provides students the opportunity to develop confidence and self-esteem while having fun learning about live theater.



This group is comprised of regular education and special education inclusion students. It is designed to provide support for our special population by training students to interact and appreciate the diversity of human needs.

Math Club

Math Club is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Wredling students who enjoy challenging math problems and friendly competition. We learn strategies for solving tough problems that we may not normally see in math class. All club participants have the opportunity to compete locally and nationally during our competition season which runs from the end of September through the end of March. We compete online with middle schools across the country and at local schools throughout the suburbs, including IMSA. After competition season is over, we continue to meet to play math games and learn more! Math Club meets every Tuesday after school until 4:15 in room 235. Please email Mrs. Stahl for more information.


There are many opportunities to participate in musical groups outside of the Wredling school day!  Please click on the flyer below for descriptions and meeting dates.

Full orchestra is available for students at the middle school level. It rehearses during school hours. The wind and percussion players are predominantly advanced 7th and 8th grade musicians. The string players come from all three grade levels. Small string ensembles may be formed for performing at community functions. The orchestra performs fall, winter and spring concerts. Members also participate in solo and ensemble competition. Students receive a grade in orchestra.

This morning fitness club provides students additional opportunities to be physically active in a variety of physical movements.  Students meet in the Wredling Weight Room on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:30-8:00am.


Science Club is an extracurricular group for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who are interested in hands-on science activities and exploration. Students are involved in activities that parallel events in both Science Olympiad and Science Fair programs. Science Club meets from October to May on Tuesdays after school.


A service organization that completes service projects for the benefit of our community i.e., Lazarus House, DCFS, Blankets for Babies. Share & Care meets every other Wednesday after school and is open to all grades.

All students vote in their individual rooms for a representative and an alternate in the Student Council. During the year, the Student Council sponsors a variety of activities. These may include dances, a food drive, recycling and fundraising projects. Student Council promotes school spirit through Spirit Days and provides opportunities for service to the school and community. The group usually meets twice a month after school on Mondays.

TEK (Teachers Encouraging Kids) consists of Wredling staff members mentoring Wredling students. There are student activities planned throughout the school year. 

Our TSA members learn problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking and leadership skills as they relate to design, communications, power, energy, transportation, engineering, manufacturing, and construction. TSA strives to meet the educational needs and challenges of all students in an increasingly and ever-changing technological world.


WEB is a student-to-student mentoring program.

Wredling Writes is a creative writing club that encourages, develops, and mentors middle school writers.


Each year a number of students and their advisor assemble the yearbook. Students help with layout and copy (stories). Yearbooks are paid for during Fee Day and are distributed to students the last week of school.