Booster Club primarily supports the athletic programs of the school and meets the 1st Monday of each month.
Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety – Monthly class where students learn the dangers of drugs.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes – Promotes and teaches positive Christian behavior in both varsity high school and college level sports.
Grandparent’s Club also supports the “extras” for the school and presents an award each year to an elementary and high school student for being a well-rounded, enjoyable, well-mannered student.
Junior Beta Club – Honor Society that develops skills and recognizes middle school students (Grades 6-8) that are of high moral character and that have attained an overall average of ninety or above.
Junior Civitan – Club reaches out to the community by serving others. Members help with fund-raising for a scholarship given to a Windsor student each year.
Junior Deputies – Program teaches 6th grade students how to react in certain dangerous situations and how to be a law-abiding citizen.
Junior Fire Marshals – Program sponsored by the Bibb County Fire Department that teaches youth how to be more aware of their surroundings and how to detect a fire hazard.
Letterman’s Club – Club consisting of students that have lettered in one or more varsity sports. Members help with fund-raising for athletic events.
Literary Club – Club consisting of students in the top of their English class. Members compete once a year against students from all over Georgia in humanities, social studies, drama, debate, essays, and other speaking areas for various scholarships.
Math Team – Team comprised of students that have at least an 85 average in their Math class. Members compete several times each year against students from all over Georgia.
Parent Teacher Roundtable – (PTR) supports the academic programs and the “extras” for teachers and students in the school. Membership is open to all parents of Windsor students and teachers. Dues are $15.00 annually per family.
Class Leadership is composed of representatives from grades 9 through 12. These leaders discuss student policies and convey student opinions, suggestions, and ideas to the administration.
Yearbook Staff – Composed of students who take Journalism. Meet daily as a class to compose and edit the Chevalier, the Windsor yearbook, and The Knight Life, the Windsor student newsletter.