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  • Thank you for your interest in this activity. 

    Any Woodside student may join Builders Club, even 6th graders! 
    It is a club sponsored by the Times Corner chapter of the Kiwanis organization. This is an organization steeped in the belief that we are all capable of making the world a better place for all children by doing service projects. This is exactly what we do in Builders Club. We explore the needs of children in our immediate community. Members take the initiative to identify the most pressing needs of children and create service projects to fill those needs. 

    Of course we do have fun while doing this! So come join us and make a difference. 

    Builders Club will meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 2:30 - 3:30 P.M.

  • Clarissa Root

    Please click on the following link for information regarding Dance Team Tryouts:

  • Bonjour!

    French Club is an extra-curricular activity for students, grades 6-8, who have a desire to learn about France, the French language, and all francophone cultures. Some club activities include: cooking French cuisine, watching French films, playing French games and learning about French holiday celebrations.

    French Club meets once a month in room C147 from 3-4 pm (usually the 3rd Thursday of each month). Students attend study session directly after school.

    The meeting dates, times, and place are as follows:

    French Club dates

    • September 19 – 1st meeting
    • October 10
    • November 21
    • December 19
    • January 23
    • February 20
    • March 19
    • April 23
    • May 21
  • Homestead’s Latin Club is part of a larger organization, the Junior Classical League. JCL is one of the largest academic organizations in the world. It offers students a chance to be enthusiastic about the ancient world and so much more.

    Opportunities for Latin Club Members:

    Local Events
    Local chapter events vary from educational club meetings to parties to service projects.

    State Events
    Many state events are held throughout the year, including a Leadership Development Academy, Fall Latin Day, and State Convention.

    Homestead students have the opportunity to hold local and state leadership roles.

    Academic Recognition
    JCL members who receive an “A” in their Latin course and exemplify good citizenship can become members of the NJCL Latin Honor Society. 

    Students can participate in many contests at state convention from academic tests to graphic and creative arts. Students can also participate in Certamen (Latin Quiz Bowl) at two invitationals.

    Homestead will be traveling with an Indiana JCL group to Italy in June 2017. Stay tuned for more details. 

  • Mrs. Swangin

    Meetings are held through December on Tuesday's and Thursday's from 3:00 - 4:00 in the tech lab.  Please report to study session from 2:15 - 3:00 in the cafeteria.

  • SACS Music Boosters
    4310 Homestead Road, Ft. Wayne, Indiana 46814
    Homestead - Summit - Woodside
    Supporting the Performing Arts for young people in our community!

    The Importance of the Music Booster Family

    You can help support the Performing Arts Programs by becoming a member of the SACS Music Booster organization!


    The SACS Music Booster organization provides supplemental funding to our band, orchestra, choir, and dance programs for Homestead High School and Summit/Woodside Middle Schools.  We are a not for profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization and contributions are tax deductible.  Funds provided to the performing art programs are used to pay for performance equipment needs and repairs, end of year awards, ISSMA contest entry fees, choreography, music clinics, and middle school field trips.


    The SACS Music Boosters contributes to the support of the Performing Art programs by means of:

    General Membership – Our yearly membership drive is one of our three main fundraising events held each year.  There are several levels of membership that are available.  Any level of support is greatly appreciated as we need ALL parents to help support our organizations. We encourage you to consider joining the SACS Music Boosters to show support not only for your sons and daughters, but all performing art programs representing SACS.  Please click HERE to print off a membership form.

    Discount Card – This annual Music Boosters fall fundraiser offers for sale the Super Discount Card.  This is a great card product offering over 55 great reusable discounts at many of our local restaurants and businesses for a full year.  If you know of any local business interested in being a part of the Discount Card product, we would love to hear from you too!

    Concession Stands – Did you also know the Music Booster organization runs the concession stands at Homestead, Woodside, and Summit throughout the year?  Our concession stand is our most important Music Booster fundraising activity during the year.

    We need YOU to help make all this an exciting season for the performing arts – through your tax-deductible contribution as well as your involvement with our organization. Become involved by joining our membership, supporting our fundraisers, or by volunteering.


     SACS Music Booster Board

  • PTC President
    Anna Ross


    Practices for pre-competition season are every Monday and Thursday from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm in the choir room.  Students are expected to attend study session in the cafeteria directly after school until 3:00 pm and will be picked up by their parents outside door 8 (gym/cafeteria door).

    *REMINDER that any conflict needs to be communicated with Ms. Blazier via Canvas message, e-mail, or phone in order for absence to be excused.  Attendance is expected at every rehearsal; you need to be present to learn the show!  Two unexcused absences (absences in which Ms. Blazier does not know your reason for missing practice) results in a suspension from performance/competition participation. 

    Brittany Blazier 

    2018-2019 Competitions:

    Saturday, February 2nd at Garrett HS
    Garrett, IN

    Friday, February 8th at Carroll HS
    Fort Wayne, IN

    Saturday, February 9th at Edgewood HS
    Elletsville, IN

    Saturday, February 16th at Chesterton HS
    Chesterton, IN

    Saturday, March 2nd at North Central HS
    Indianapolis, IN

    Friday / Saturday, March 8th and 9th at Wheaton Warrenville HS
    Wheaton, Il

  • At Woodside, Student Council meets during the school day. Sixth grade members are recommended by elementary counselors, and 7th and 8th grade students can choose the class as an elective as space permits.
    Student Council organizes student activity nights, assists in school-wide projects, assists teachers, and promotes school spirit. 

    Mrs. Ryan

    Mr. Parker

    Mrs. Hazelett