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Clubs & Organizations

High School

  • Acts of Kindness Club 11th-12th
  • Art Club 9th-12th
  • Baron Ambassadors (students who assist with admissions & development functions) 12th
  • Chess Team (interscholastic competition) 9th-12th
  • Dance Competition Team (interscholastic competition) 9th-12th
  • Debate Team (interscholastic competition) 9th-12th
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (open to all students) 9th-12th
  • Instrumental Ensemble 9th-12th
  • Key Club (service club sponsored by Kiwanis International) 9th-12th
  • Math Team (interscholastic competition) 10th-12th
  • National Honor Society 10th-12th
  • Quiz Bowl (interscholastic competition) 9th-12th
  • Spring Musical 9th-12th 
  • Student Council 9th-12th
  • Yearbook Staff 10th-12th 

Middle School

  • Art Club 6th-8th
  • Battle of the Books Team (interscholastic competition) 6th-8th
  • Chess Club 6th-8th
  • Debate Team (interscholastic competition) 6th-8th
  • First Priority (Christian outreach organization) 6th-8th
  • Instrumental Ensemble 6th-8th
  • Math Team (interscholastic competition) 7th-8th
  • Quiz Bowl Team (interscholastic competition) 6th-8th
  • Spring Musical 6th-8th
  • Student Council 6th-8th



  • Baron Book Club (rewards reading) 1st-5th
  • Battle of the Books Team (interscholastic competition) 3rd-5th
  • Chess Club 3rd-5th
  • Chorus 4th-5th

Key Club Baron Readers

As part of the Key Club's Baron Readers program, 47 members of the club volunteered to read to students in Preschool 3 - third grade over a three-week period. Davis Lee ‘24 is the club president and Mrs. Stacey Reaves is the advisor.

Key Club Volunteers for Pancake Breakfast

Over 30 members of the Key Club, working during four different shifts, volunteered at the Kiwanis Club’s Pancake Breakfast. Key Club is a student-led organization that provides high school students with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. Davis Lee is the club president and Mrs. Stacey Reaves is the advisor.

Acts of Kindness Birthday Project

As an ongoing project, members of the Acts of Kindness Club deliver a handwritten message and a lollipop to every student in grades 1-5 on his or her birthday. In addition to recognizing the student's birthday, the project also offers the opportunity for positive interaction between our older and younger students.

Levi & Stelle Win State Debate Championship

Sophia Levi, Ms. Hannah Smith & Kira Stelle

The team of Sophia Levi ‘28 and Kira Stelle ‘28 won the Middle School Championship in the South Carolina Independent School Association State Debate Competition. Sophia also won the trophy for the highest ranked debater in the middle school division. They are advised by Ms. Hannah Smith.

The team of Jacob Bostic ‘24 and Bella Grudzinski ‘24, advised by Ms. Emily Wachter, placed third in the varsity division.

Participants were prepared to argue both the pro and con position of the following topic: “Resolved - Due to escalating costs for social services in the state of South Carolina, such as inflation-related increases to medical and food assistance for those in poverty, cuts should be made to police department funding to accommodate the spending on these and other social services.”

AOK Club Valentine's Project

Members of the Acts of Kindness Club arrived at campus early in the morning to place Valentine's Day treats in the lockers of each high school student.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Welcomes Former NFL Player

Dexter Davis, a former football player at Clemson University and the National Football League's Phoenix Cardinals and Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, was the guest speaker for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting. Advised by Mrs. Molly Matthews, the club meets twice a month for prayer, testimony and fellowship while having lunch. The organization is open to all students in grades 9-12.

Acts of Kindness Club Project

Seniors in the Acts of Kindness (AOK) Club arrived at campus in the predawn hours to inflate balloons for their latest promotion of kindness. Upon arriving at school, 9th-12th graders grabbed a balloon on their way to homeroom. After the morning devotion and recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, each student popped his or her balloon to find a small piece of paper with instructions for an act of kindness to be completed throughout the week. Each faculty member in 6th-12th also had a balloon. The simple acts include saying good morning to 10 people, holding the door, eating lunch with someone different, or complimenting five people. The AOK Club was founded by members of the Senior Class and is a completely student-run organization. 

Key Club Volunteers for Feed My Starving Children

Packing 3,600 bags of food, 29 members of the Senior Class volunteered to work a two-hour shift for a Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) MobilePack Event hosted by Christ Community Church. FMSC is a Christian, non-profit organization that feeds hungry children in 70 countries throughout the world by providing meals consisting of a protein, vegetables, vitamins, and rice all in one meal pack. The volunteer effort was sponsored by the Key Club, led by President Davis Lee ‘24 and Mrs. Stacey Reaves, advisor. 

High School Quiz Bowl State Semifinalists

The High School Quiz  Bowl team, advised by Mrs. Sheri Singleton, won the SCISA Region Championship and advanced to the state semifinals: Victoria Singleton, Rhayne Owens, Logan Pauly, Josh Roodman, Austin McLaurin, Mary Parish Williams, Jennings Frerichs, Jane MacAdams, Shawn Michael Matthews & Frances Mac Elmore. 

Middle School Quiz Bowl Region Champs

The Middle School Quiz Bowl team, advised by Mrs. Ashley Morris, won the SCISA Region Championship: Noah Corrigan, Caitlin Jenkins, Sophia Levi, Cooper Melton, Kira Stelle & Ethan Wilson.

Key Club Service Project

Members of the Key Club spent a Saturday morning volunteering to paint a playhouse which will be raffled to raise funds for Camp Stars, a program at Camp Cole specifically for military children who have disabilities. Located in Eastover, Camp Cole serves campers with illnesses, disabilities, and life challenges. Davis Lee is the president of the Key Club, which is sponsored by Kiwanis International, Wilson Hall’s student-led service organization for high school students. Mrs. Stacey Reaves is the club advisor. 

Key Club Volunteers for March of Dimes

Approximately 25 members of the Key Club volunteered the morning of September 30 at the Walk for Babies event, which raised over $13,000, held at Dillon Park. The students worked two, four-hour shifts and assisted with both the set-up and clean-up of the event. The volunteer-led walk was sponsored by the March of Dimes, an organization that advocates for the health of babies and their mothers. Wilson Hall’s chapter of the Key Club, an international service club for high school students sponsored by Kiwanis International, is led by Pres. Davis Lee and is advised by Mrs. Stacey Reaves. 

See You at the Pole Prayer Event

Students, faculty and parents gathered around the flagpole for the annual See You at the Pole, a global day of student prayer on September 27. The event began in 1990 as a grassroots movement with ten students praying at their school, and over three decades later, millions pray on their campuses on the fourth Wednesday in September. See You at the Pole is simply a prayer rally where students meet at the flagpole before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. Wilson Hall’s event is sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, advised by Mrs. Molly Matthews, and First Priority Christian Club, sponsored by Ms. Heather Eldridge. 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

For the first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting of the year, students gather in the gym during lunch to hear the guest speaker, Mr. B.J. Riley, the student pastor at Christ Community Church. Advised by Mrs. Molly Matthews, the club meets twice a month for prayer, testimony and fellowship while having lunch. The organization is open to all students in grades 9-12.

First Priority Christian Club

Mrs. Rachel Brown, an art teacher, is the guest speaker for the year’s first meeting of First Priority Club, a Christian outreach club for middle school students. The club, advised by Ms. Heather Eldridge, meets at 7:30 AM every-other Wednesday (on days when there is no chapel) for fellowship, prayer, and testimony from guest speakers.