Excolo and Groups
Seminary's campus activities requirement is administered through the EXCOLO program. All freshmen and sophomores must earn two participation credits in campus activities, while new juniors, seniors and postgraduates must earn one credit. Any questions about EXCOLO can be directed to Mr. Harry Shafer, Director of Student Activities, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wyoming Seminary Community Service Executive Committee members organize service events and activities throughout the year. Incoming freshman and sophomores have to complete 40 hours of community service, and new juniors must complete 20 hours, and one-year seniors must acquire 10 hours. To make sure that students receive credit for their community service hours, there are two forms below that must be filled out and handed in to their class dean. All students are welcome to attend monthly meeting. The advisor Community Service is Mrs. Elaine Burg.
Wyoming Seminary Student Government
Student Government is an organization representing students, faculty, and administration which is responsible for many of the non-academic aspects of school life. The Government has one regularly scheduled meeting per month. All meetings are open to any member of the Sem’s community. Advisors: Elaine Burg, Jay Harvey, C.J. Kersey, Catie Kersey and Jane Slaff.
Peer Group is a monthly gathering of students who represent a cross-section of the Seminary student body. They meet with members of the administrative team to discuss issues of interest to the overall life of the Sem community. Additionally the Peer Group plans programs and initiates projects that will have a positive influence on the school. Advisors: Catie Kersey and Renee Casterline.
Wyoming Seminary’s Cum Laude chapter was founded in 1930. Senior student members are elected in the fall and in the spring. These students must have a junior year average of at least 3.4 (out of a possible 4.0) and have had no junior grade below “C-.” At the end of the senior year, more students may be inducted, bringing the total to no more than 20% of the senior class. At the end of the senior year, inductees must have attained a cumulative average during their junior and senior years of at least 3.1 and no grade below “C-.”
Blue Key is a student ambassador organization that primarily helps the Admission and Alumni offices. Blue Key members serve as student representatives at admission, alumni, development and presidential activities, and as on-campus hosts for all campus visitors. Advisor: Julie Strzeletz.
There are many clubs to choose from at Sem. For more information about clubs contact Harry Shafer, Director of Student Activities at email@example.com. If you don't see a club that you're interested in, start your own!
|Club Name||Faculty Advisor(s)|
|Activities Committee Executives||Harry Shafer|
|Artisan Club||Colleen Ayers|
|Baking Club||Harry Shafer|
|Blue Key||Gwyneth Hecht, Julie Strzeletz|
|Civic Orchestra||John M. Vaida|
|Community Service||Elaine Burg|
|Drama/Musical/Workshops||Jason Sherry, Lydia Traill, Floyd Bussie|
|Engineering Club||Chris Pons|
|Environmental Club||Andrea Nerozzi|
|Film Club||Jason Sherry|
|French Club||Elaine Burg|
|Hacky Sack Club||Ivy Miller|
|International Club||Konstantin Lyavdansky|
|IT Club||Konstantin Lyavdansky|
|Jazz Band||Jamie Orfanella|
|LAB (Library Advisory Board)||Ivy Miller, Brennan Twardowski|
|Mandarin Club||Jessica Liu|
|Math Club||Jim Doherty|
|Media Club||Ivy Miller|
|Medical Club||Beth Blaum|
|Mock Trial||Adam Carlisle, David Johnson|
|Model UN||Steve Ris|
|Peer Group||Renee Casterline, Catie Kersey|
|Photography Club||Konstantin Lyavdansky|
|Science Olympiad||Tricia Strazdus|
|Science Research Group||Andrea Nerozzi|
|Stage Crew||Floyd Bussie|
|Student Government||Harry Shafer|
|The Wyoming (Yearbook)||Liz DePhillips, Anne DeMarzio, Colleen Ayers, Corinne Chace|
|True Blue||Harry Shafer|
|Writing Center Tutors||Lydia Traill|