Clubs at SWC
Come to Cosplay Club and learn how to develop your skills of costume and prop design. Meetings are on Thursdays after school from 3:30 to 4:30 in room 101. We cover the basics up to advanced techniques in sewing, prop construction, and costume armor. Special guests include Cosplayers of various fandoms and organizations including the Canadian Garrison of the 501st Legion – Vader’s Fist. Whether you’re coming to learn, discuss your fandom, or build a costume or prop, the Cosplay Club welcomes you and would love to have you join us.
SWC Outdoors Club
Sheldon-Williams outdoor club endeavors to offer high quality outdoor experiences to help students develop organization, leadership, and a passion for the outdoors. Through high quality instruction and access to excellent outdoor gear, we are able to offer a unique experience for any Sheldon student eager to join.
Improv is a great place to have fun and practice scenes throughout the entire year. Once a year we attend the Canadian Improv Games and compete against other schools. The winning team goes to the National Canadian Improv Games. First meeting is on Thursday, September 13th at 3:30 in room 307.
The Pride Club is the Gay-Straight Alliance at Sheldon- Williams Collegiate. We meet in a safe, welcoming environment to support each other, and have open, honest discussions related to sexual orientation and gender identity. In addition, we do fun things like crafts and movies, and finally we host speakers and events, and work to end homophobia and transphobia. New members are always welcome! First meeting Friday, September 14th at noon in room 301.
Craft club is back this year, we'll meet Wednesdays at 12:10 in room 114(Art Room) - we will be focussing on learning new skills (jewelry making, yarn crafts, pottery, and more) and making crafts that will be donated to charity or sold to raise money for charity. Everyone is welcome!
Coding & Robotics is back, and is now held on Mondays after school until 4:30 in the computer lab (309). Come learn about how computers work, and how to tell them what to do by learning about programming! Learn to make a website or a simple game ,or just sharpen your problem-and puzzle solving skills. We will also play some games and watch some movies too! We will be sending teams to the Robot Rumble competition in Saskatoon in the spring (justl likje the last 4 years), so if you're interested in any of the above, please join us!