Club Name Description Sponsor Location
Academic Bowl  Like a trivia show, without the prizes T. Rice, D. Kramer Room 640
Art Club  A place for art loving students to meet, hang out, share ideas and create together K. Chandler

Room 504 / Wednesday 3:15-5:00


DECA members are Academically Prepared, Community Oriented, Professionally Responsible, Experiences Leaders  K. Harris

Room 151

FCA  A place where athletes can meet to share successes and failures while walking a Christian path

D. Bethea

A. Stamps

One Thurs per month in Auditorium @ 7:11am
FFA  Empowering students to grow and to become leaders through agriculutral edcuation

B. Stoops & R. Kinsaul

FCCLA  Members develop skills for life through Familly, Career, and Community Leaders of America K. Sidwell Room 712
Georgia Thespians  To empower students and teachers through theatre L. Rose Auditorium
Georgia Youth Assembly  Students simulate and participate in state government processes T. Rice  
Interact Club Check out our site -- it says it all! P. Moore  
International Club  A club for students who are interested in other countries and cultures S. Courchaine, Room 613
International Cinema Appreciation Club

For students wanting to explore various world cultures through the art of film. More information on our website 

link:International Cinema Appreciation Site

J. Corpening

Room 502


Literacy Committee A group of students who support and promote the love of literacy in the school by hosting monthly literacy events and competitions K. Coleman Media Center
National Honor Society

To challenge students to consistently showcase the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, service, leadership and character. 10th and 11th grade candidates with a 93% average are invited to join NHS each February. An application packet, club dues, and 25 community service hours are required for induction as full members. These members must maintain a 90% average and continue required community service in order to graduate with the NHS stole/seal as seniors.

H. Schultz & S. Abney Freshman Academy Commons Area
Organizaton of Latin American Students  Encouraging intercultural and cross-cultural collaborations to support Latin students J. Munoz & L. Dowd Room 172
Student Council  Representatives of the entire school by being cohesive, communicative, initiative-taking, and accountable E. Murdock Room 450A
Tri-M Music Honor Society  Giving students the opportunity to perform, lead and serve through music L. Rose After School
Techknowledge Student Association - TSA A club that competes in technology based subjects that prepare students for the engineering fields of tomorrow C. Anderson

Room 441

Weekly/Wednesday 3:14-4:15

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