The Kiwanis Club of Winter Haven sponsors 4 Service Leadership Programs (SLPs). These programs can range from elementary to collegiate and includes adults with disabilities. This page is meant to highlight our 4 SLPs of which are all Key Clubs in the local high schools.

Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School

The Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School Key Club has been around since October 31st, 2014. Chain of Lakes Collegiate High School allows for students around Polk county to attend college classes while still participating in high school events at their home schools. Students who graduate from collegiate have earned both a high school diploma and an AA degree. They currently have 70 members and meet every other Monday at 1:30 pm. They host a variety of projects throughout the school year that impacts our community in a positive way. One event they have done recently was making cards for citizens of a local nursing home; as seen in this image.

Discovery High School

The Discovery High School Key Club is our newest Key Club by chartering this year on January 26th, 2022. They currently have 67 members and meet every Tuesday at 11:39 am. They host a variety of projects throughout the school year that impacts our community in a positive way. One event they have done recently was a PB&J-athon. Our members delivered 124 PB&J sandwiches to the Winter Haven Mission along with toiletries and canned goods.

Lake Region High School

The Lake Region High School Key Club has been around since ____. They currently have ____ members and meet every _____ at ____ pm. They host a variety of projects throughout the school year that impacts our community in a positive way. One event they have done recently was ____.

Winter Haven High School

The Winter Haven High School Key Club has been around since April of 1991. They currently have 100 members and meet every Wednesday at 2:00 pm. They host a variety of projects throughout the school year that impacts our community in a positive way. They have done projects such as road clean-ups, partnered with Polk Park and Rec, and created their own "Blue Devil Closet" on campus that supports students in need.