Gifted and Talented students are encouraged to participate in one or more of our diverse elective offerings, clubs, sports teams, or school-based activities!
- Beginning, Concert, and Symphonic Band
- Beginning, Concert, and Symphonic Orchestra
- Jazz Band and Jazz Orchestra
- Concert and Select Choirs
- Musical Theater Production and Drama
- Spanish, German, Intro to World Languages
- Environmental Education and Green Classes
- A variety of Art classes including: Art, Digital Photography, Pottery, Crafts, & Jewelry
- Gaming/Web Design/Animation courses
- Application in Technology courses including 3D Modeling, Exploring Tech, Wood Crafts
- Physical Education, Adaptive PE, and Yoga
- Outdoor Living
- Family and Consumer Science offerings: Creative Foods, International Foods, Teen Living, Sew Creative, & Intro to FCS
6th period ELOs electives including: Knitting, World Cultures, Military History, Board Games, Girls in Science, Creative Writing, Junior Forensics, Book Club, World Languages, History of Rock and Roll, Yearbook and Study Hall
Clubs and Activities:
Extra-curriculum may vary from year to year depending on student interest and staff availability, and may include:
- W.E.B. (Where Everyone Belongs) is a leadership and mentoring program where 7th and 8th grade students who “know the way, show the way.” Students may apply for this class and serve as leaders throughout the year!
- MathCounts is a series of competitions designed to increase math skills. Our championship teams include students in grades 6-8.
- W.A.V.E. (Webber Aeronautics Ventures Education) is both a class and after school program designed to simulate space missions.
- Science Bowl is a trivia style competition where teams determine who has the most knowledge in the areas of Life Science, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science, Energy and Math. Winners of the state competition move on to Nationals .
- Geo Bee is held every spring and allows students to showcase their geographic knowledge in a quiz bowl setting.
- Spelling Bee is held every spring for 6th-8th graders. A winner is chosen to represent Webber at the district bee!
- Peer Mentors are selected to work one-on-one with students who may have disabilities. They will accompany peers to the Special Olympics, too!
- Webber Travel includes opportunities to participate in an international service learning trip every June, a Grand Canyon rafting trip during Spring Break, a history-inspired trip to Washington D.C. in March, and a rafting trip in the San Juans each summer.
- G/T Quarterly Social Events meet once per quarter with grade level peers and Webber staff. Gifted students participate in games, social activities, discuss topics related to giftedness as well as receive support with affective skills and issues.
- G/T Field Trips are offered in the fall, winter, and spring to all GT students, focused on areas of enrichment like fine arts, athletics, leadership, engineering, and career development. Most offerings are free of charge, and occur both during and outside of school hours.