Rosemary M. Welsh   

Artistic Director


The Warriors Performance Group is not your average high school

club. It is a unique character-education organization that touches

the lives of our students, community, and world in ways that are

profoundly powerful and life altering. It is our mission to raise awareness

about human rights while celebrating diversity and the human spirit

through dance, performance, service, and drama.

There is something for EVERYONE!!!

Use your talents and interests to change the world:

Teaching Art & Reading for Head Start

Amnesty International

Dance Company

Theatre Arts

The Clothesline Project

Walks and Awareness Programs: Domestic Violence, Breast

Cancer Awareness, Self-Help, Body Image...


  1. Awarded a Presidential Certificate of Recognition for its community


  1. Recognized by the President’s Volunteer Summit and America’s

Promise as a student service-learning model that works.

  1. Received Congressional recognition and invited on a tour of the

White House.

  1. Won Montgomery County Commissioners’ Best Program for

Women’s History Month.

Because of WPG’s unique approach to service and character

education,  our leaders often garner top awards and college

scholarships. Many of our graduates have told us that college

admissions take special notice when applicants are WPG


Our officers and members have gone on to schools such as

Brown, Cornell, NYU, Princeton, and MIT. Many have been

accepted into Honors Programs.

WPG offers opportunities for graduation projects,

service learning and community service credit for girls

and boys!


“Light Tomorrow With Today.”

















Meeting Location

    General organizational meeting every Tuesday at 2:30 in Dance Studio or Theatre.

    If you are interested in joining WPG or would like information, please email Ms. Welsh.

  1. Dance Company and WPG Theatre Our performing arts programs bring visual and kinesthetic form to human rights issues and women’s experiences. We perform for colleges, conferences, schools, hospitals, and special programs. Rehearsals/Meeting as needed starting in September.

  1. The Clothesline Project - WPG began its first CLP on April of 2014. It is a program                  started on Cape Cod, MA, in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women. It is a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of violence against women. With the support of many, it has since spread world-wide.

  1. Amnesty International - Students consider human rights issues through active participation in Amnesty International. WPG runs the student AI chapter. We write letters and organize events to help those whose human rights are being violated.  Letter writing once a month.

Head Start Art & Literacy Program - Members teach preschoolers once a            

   month. Planning meetings usually on Tuesday at 3:00.

  1. Walks and Awareness ProgramsMembers organize and participate in various             walks and programs to help raise awareness about issues such as Breast Cancer, Domestic Violence, and Multiple Sclerosis.

WPG performs throughout the county and in Philadelphia at schools, hospitals, colleges, conferences and workshops.