The Art Club is open to 2nd and 3rd year students. A service project is done each year and displays are seen around the community. Members attend cultural venues and events in the local area. Meetings are held in Mrs. Mayfield’s room when announced.
The Beta Club is a national honor society open to sophomore, juniors and seniors with a 3.0 GPA or higher. All members are required to complete 10 community service hours each year. These activities include collecting “Coats for the Cold”, helping to keep the food pantries at various churches restocked, visiting the elderly, providing Christmas gift boxes to underprivileged children, honoring teachers, working with the city Easter Egg Hunt, and a variety of other community projects. There is a fee to be in this club. The meetings are in the gym when announced.
The Career Club is open to all students who are interested in learning more about job opportunities available after high school. Guest speakers from different career fields will attend the meetings when announced by the Marketing Instructor.
Crosswalk is an activity oriented, Christian ministry where students get together to tell stories, share experiences, sing songs, and grow spiritually. Participation is open to all students, and everyone is invited to attend. Meetings are held in Mr. Young’s room when announced.
DECA is a national organization that is part of the Marketing Education Program which provides students an opportunity to develop skills and competence for marketing careers, build self-esteem, experience leadership and practice community service. Membership consists of students currently enrolled in a marketing program and those who have already completed a marketing course. Students can compete at the local, state, and national levels. There is a fee to be in this club.
FBLA’s mission is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills. To be a member, students should be currently enrolled or have completed a business subject. Members perform service activities and earn the right to compete at the local, state, and national levels. There is a fee to be in this club. Meeting are held in Mr. Guillemet’s room 311 when announced.
HOSA is a national student organization for students who are currently enrolled or have had a Health Science class. HOSA’s two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA members are given opportunities to come to with students of other clubs in many categories on local, state, and regional levels. There are dues paid to join HOSA. The meetings are held in Mrs. Smith’s room 317 when announced.
Key Club is a service of organization, open to all students, that works for the good of the school and community. Club projects include the Haunted House and the Angel Tree. Meetings are held in the auditorium when announced by Ms. Warman.
P3 is a peer pressure club based on student commitment to abstain from drug, alcohol, and tobacco use and to be involved in activities that spread the word to various students in any grade level.
Shutterbugs are open to all students who are interested in photography. Members have the opportunity to improve their photography skills and participate in various contests. Meetings will be held in Mrs. Holmes’ room when announced.
Skills USA is a national organization serving students who are enrolled in vocational programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations. Members earn the right to compete in their field of study at the regional, state, and national levels. There is a fee to be in this club. Meetings are held in Mr. Monroe’s room when announced.
The Young Democrats Club is open to all students interested in learning about or becoming a democrat or those that support a democratic candidate. Anyone may join at any time. National, state, and local elected officials speak to members throughout the year. Students may travel to the state capital, help to campaign for democratic candidates, and other various activities. There is no membership fee for this club. Meetings are held in the gym when announced.
The Young Republicans Club is open to all students interested in learning about or becoming a republican or those who support a republican candidate. Anyone may join at any time. National, state, and local elected officials speak to members throughout the year. Students may travel to the state capital, help to campaign for republican candidates, and other various activites. There is a membership fee for this club.