After-School Clubs

All After-School Activities are paused through Friday, January 14th.

Please check the club’s tab for meeting days, times and location. 


Williamsburg students are encouraged to participate in the wide variety of opportunities for extra-curricular activities (clubs registration is not required, students may drop into the club of their choice weekly). These activities are provided during After-School Period 1 (ASP 1) 2:30 3:30 p.m. An additional after-school period (ASP 2) will be provided. ASP 2 runs from 3:30 – 4:00 p.m. Students in ASP 2 will be provided with additional supervised activities. Any student who remains on campus after 2:30 must be supervised by an adult. Late buses are provided Monday, Tuesday & Thursday for students who normally ride buses when they stay for after school activities. Students staying after school may not leave the school grounds and return to ride the late bus. Late Buses depart WMS at 4:15pm.

.Check-In Program

Check-In is a fee-based program providing supervision of students between 2:24 and 6:00 p.m. Check-In students may participate in any of the after-school activities.Students MUST check in before attending an after-school activity. For more information or to register your child, please call 703.228.6069


Teachers and volunteers offer many after school programs to meet the varied interests of our students. Students staying after school for enrichment, academic support, clubs, co-curricular organizations, or other activities are required to sign in with the sponsor.

Interscholastic Sports

This program is available to sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. A current physical examination within the calendar year is required for participation in all interscholastic sports.Sports include:

  • Basketball (Boys’ and Girls’)
  • Cheer (Co-ed)
  • Soccer (Boys’ and Girls’)
  • Swimming (Co-ed)
  • Tennis (Co-ed)
  • Track (Co-ed)
  • Wrestling (Co-ed)
  • Ultimate Frisbee (Boys’ and Girls’)


An outgrowth of the physical education program, the major purpose of this program is to provide students with lifetime sports activities. Boys and girls are encouraged to participate.

Creating a club-

At WMS we encourage our students to express and share their interest by creating their own clubs. Here is how WMS students can create/share their own clubs for their fellow wolves.

Students will need to write a paragraph answering the following questions and share the write up with Ms. Hogwood (this goes on the WMS website for others to see and possibly join):
Who: who are the members of the club (five WMS students are needed to start the club)? What staff member will be the sponsor (each club must have an APS sponsor, the sponsor’s role is to moderate the club and ensure fairness and safety for all attending?
What/why: what is the club and its purpose
When: when will the club meet (what day and after-school session, clubs can meet one or both sessions)

Students, please click here to start creating your club!

**If you have any questions, please email Ms. Hogwood (

Go Wolves!