Extra-Curricular Activities

The East Troy Community School District strives to create a positive environment in which all students are inspired and challenged.  There are many extra-curricular opportunities at East Troy where students have a chance to meet new people, make new friends, achieve personal growth, travel to new places and develop new skills.  If we don’t have the club you’re looking for, start a new one!  See your counselor for more information.

School Sponsored

Advanced Choir Ms. Swanson Open to all students with high school music experience and/or consent of instructor.

Be the Change Ms. Boston Promoting equality and diversity in school and in larger community, this club provides an open and welcoming environment to all.

Brothers & Sisters in Christ   (BASIC) Mrs. Bartoli Open to all students interested in gathering with fellow Christians to discuss their thoughts and opinions about the subject and also be involved with other activities.

Chess Club Mr. Manske Open to all students wanting to compete with other students in the game of chess.

Drama Club Mrs. Williamson Open to all students interested in the performing/production/construction aspects of school plays.

Future Business Leaders of   America (FBLA) Mrs. Leising Open to all students currently or previously enrolled in Business Education courses who are interested in business.

Future Farmers of America (FFA) Mr. Holle Open to all students who are interested in agriculture, marketing, equipment, animals and crops.

Geek Squad Mrs. Felske Students are selected for the Geek Squad.  Our goal is to help teachers, students, and East Troy community members to learn and love technology. 

Harry Potter Club


Open to all high school students.  It is a close knit group of students who believe in the greater good and giving back to their community.  Students do not need to real the Harry Potter series in order to join.

Key Club Open to all high school students.  Is a worldwide service organization of individuals who want to improve their communities.  Performs service to the school and local community.

Leadership   Open to juniors and seniors.  Student must complete a 4-week training in the fall or spring of their sophomore year.

Math League   Open to sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in comparing their math skills with other students in other areas.  Members meet once a month to take a test to compare results.

Multi-Cultural Club Ms. Geisert Open to all students interested in other countries and cultures.

National Art Honors Society (NAHS) Mrs. Puls Open to all students who maintain a 3.0 in the visual arts programs and actively seek school, community and self-growth through the arts.

National Honors Society (NHS) Mrs. Bartoli Open to juniors and seniors with a minimum of 3.5 cumulative grade point average who are elected by the faculty and NHS members.

Outdoor Club Mrs. Pluess Open to all students interested in outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, canoeing and biking.

Pom and Dance Mrs. Luedtke Open to all high school students interested in performing at varsity basketball games.

Science Club Ms. Merlo Open to all student interested in science.

Student Cabinet Open to all students who are interest in student government and improving the school setting.

Table Tennis Mr. Logan  

Yearbook Mrs. Leising Yearbook is a class open to students interested in graphic arts, marketing, journalistic writing, photography and communication skills.  Students are responsible for raising enough money, design and production of the yearbook and historical review of the current school year.

Other Club Opportunities

Equestrian Club Ms. Donnelly Open to students who are interested in horses and competing in horse competitions.  Click here for the Equestrian Team website.

Patronum Bots Robotics Team Mr. Hunter Our nationally recognized team gives students a chance to learn about robot design and programming by participating in the FTC robotics program.  Students will have the chance to participate in tournaments around the Midwest and learn about the spirit of friendly competition.  


eTREC Robotics Engineering Club



Open to all high school students, the eTREC robotics team gives students an opportunity to learn mechanical and software engineering principles and methodologies in a creative, hands-on, and collaborative manner. From September thru April, team members will design, build, test and program a robot to compete in the FIRST FTC tournament. Students will learn how to use many tools including a 3D printer, drill-press, metal lathe, vertical mill, welder, sheet-metal tools, table saw, band saw, and hand tools. No prior knowledge of tools or robotics is required. The mail goal of the team is to learn about robotics while having fun! Please visit us at www.etrecrobotics.com.   Come learn with us.