Activities & Clubs
Activities & Clubs
Activities & Clubs

In the Hustisford School District, students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities and athletics. Please choose your area of interest from the list below:


Academic Bowl

Academic Bowl is an academic sport team competing against other schools in the Trailways Conference.  The team consists of 15 students divided into three different subject areas; Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts.  Each subject area will have five students designated for that subject.  These five member teams must have a freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, and an "at-large" member who can be in any grade.  The competition includes a written individual test and an oral team competition.  The competition takes place the Tuesday of the week of the 1st State Basketball Tournament.  First place individual winners receive a medal and first place teams receive a trophy.

After School Activities Group

Students engage in safe fun after school activities that focus on alternatives to the use of drugs and alcohol.

Coloring Club

Meets once a week during lunch to relax and color stress away. There is nothing some colored pencils can’t fix!


Students have an opportunity to develop and grow in public speaking, acting, and improving their abilities to work as a group. They need to memorize and follow stage directions to be successful.


Forensics provides students opportunities to develop: 


  • Develop skill in oral language as well as voice and body expression.
  • Critically evaluate ideas and beliefs of others and to draw logical conclusions.
  • Learn effective organization of ideas.
  • Develop ability to recreate the written thoughts of others through vocal delivery.


  • Learn the fundamentals of research and how to use this research for drawing conclusions.
  • Learn to organize ideas and present them clearly and concisely.
  • Develop insights into universal human experience as well as emotion and aesthetic values.


  • Promote school and community relations through participation in an intellectual activity.
  • Meeti and interacti with students from other schools in the context of a social and intellectual activity.
  • Realize the simultaneous opportunities for leadership and group participation.

High School Safe School Ambassadors

Students work to change the building culture and behaviors through the use of research based techniques and principles.

Math Team

Students go head-to-head in a mathematical showdown! The best and brightest gather to put their math skills, and calculators, to the test.

Middle School Safe School Ambassadors

Students work to change the building culture and behaviors through the use of research based techniques and principles.

Mock Trial

Wisconsin High School Mock Trial Program has brought our legal system to life for thousands of students.

Using facts and case materials developed by Wisconsin attorneys, students gain a deeper understanding of the court system as they develop their arguments and build their cases.

Students have the opportunity to:

  • Analyze and prepare a case

  • Present as a witness

  • Argue their assigned role

  • Receive input and feedback from attorneys and judges

National Honor Society

Students who show excellence in scholarship, leadership, service and character are invited to apply to this nationally recognized group. According to the national organization’s goals, NHS hopes “to recognize and encourage academic achievement while developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy.”

In order to be selected to apply, a student must have a minimum of 3.5 G.P.A. and be a Junior or Senior at the beginning of the school year.

In order to continue to be considered a candidate, a student must be able to show proof of:

  •          Participation in co-curriculars, 4 for Juniors, 6 for Seniors
  •          2 Leadership positions, either appointed or elected
  •          Show good character and leadership both inside and outside of school
  •          At least 20 documented service hours in previous years, minimum 5 community-related hours
             and 5 school-related hours
  •          Have received a minimum of 2 recognitions or awards
  •          Have at least 2 different work experiences, either paid or unpaid
  •          Earn at least 3.75 on the NHS essay
  •          Include a Letter of Recommendation from someone who is not a relative attesting to character
             and leadership skills

Spanish Club

This club is primarily for students that will be going on the Costa Rica trip.  We fundraise and get together to help us feel like a community before traveling.  We also practice our Spanish and talk about our upcoming trip.

Student Council

Elected officials from each class get together to plan out events for the student body. This group likes to have fun and works hard on boosting the morale of all students.

Yearbook Club

Yearbook is an opportunity to document the happenings at Husty High. Club members will learn how to use the Yearbook program and will have the opportunity to design the spreads. In addition to designing, journalism writing and photography skills will be used to create the pages.

  • Hustisford Junior/Senior High School
  • 845 S Lake Street  |  Hustisford, WI 53034
  • Phone: 920 349-3261  |  Fax: 920-349-8495