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Clubs and Organizations

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In a commitment to academic, athletic, and community service excellence, BTW has over 30 clubs in which students can choose to participate in.


Key Club

Members of the Key Club take a picture with the Food Bank's helping hunger fork after a community service event.

We don't make keys! We make change. We are a community service club.

The largest club at the DUB, in fact. With over 150 active members, we are a great way to get connected to the Booker T. community while doing good for the community. Booker T. Washington's Key Club is a Kiwanis International local chapter. Kiwanis is a globally recognized organization that provides service and leadership opportunities to youth. By joining Key Club, you are joining one of the largest clubs in the nation and the world, a great selling highlight to your top choice for college. Every month, members are expected to attend service projects and donate drive items in the spirit of improving the Booker T. community. 

"If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else." - Booker T. Washington

This truly is what Key Club is all about!

Sponsor: Ms. Amy Moore

Men of Power

Male students look on during a round table talk with aurthor, NBA basketball star and BTW alumni, Etan Thomas

Men of Power is an organization that is dedicated to personal improvement and development and helping the community. We achieve this through community service, academic excellence, and spiritual growth.

Class Sponsor: Mr. Harold Craig
Meetings: Thursdays before school





National Honor Society

Male student displays his National Honor Society induction letter

If helping your peers and being a leader in your community sounds like you, then consider National Honor Society. NHS is an organization that encourages students to develop their leadership, scholarship, character, and service abilities.

We meet monthly before school and spearhead a multitude of fundraisers, drives, and volunteer opportunities. Remember, membership to NHS is an invitation so make sure to maintain good grades and involvement in service and leadership activities so that you can join your sophomore year! In NHS, we are making a difference right in our own school and we would love for you to be a part of that change. Remember us!

Sponsor: Mr. Craig Hoxie

Student Council

Sponsor: Ms. Cheryl Zerbe
Student Contact: Layla Van Tassel
Instagram: @btw_stuco

BTW student counsel members stop for a photo during regional student council meeting



We are the BTW Student Council. We have 6 elected officials and over 100 Members at Large, who join and participate by just buying one of our shirts at the beginning of the year. We plan Pep Rallies and Winter Formal, hype up school spirit at sports games, and run multiple assemblies throughout the year. When you join our social media and Remind101 you are constantly kept up to date on all that goes on at our school. (Text @btwstuco16 to 81010). You will have the chance to miss one day of school per semester when we go to Districts, an all-day leadership and activity day put on by a rotating list of nearby schools. Join the club that brings the spirit!

Teen Advisory Board

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) researches current literature on academic engagement and success and explores various opportunities to bring programs or events to BTW to inspire, motivate, and challenge all hornets to be empowered to set short and long term goals, take steps to reach those goals and to find success in their achievements. 

TAB is sponsored by the BTW PTSA

Women Empowered

BTW Women Empowered Club members pose for their yearbook photo

Women Empowered is an organization made up of like minded young women with the goals of allowing all women to be comfortable in their own skin, learning to be empowered in their own way, and building
bonds not only with each other but also with the community. We want to have a positive impact in our community and our school so that the coming classes and generations can empower themselves.

Sponsor: Ms. LaTonya Gooding