Robin Rhodes – Advisor
Fellowship of Chritian Athletes challenges coaches and athletes to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in America. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering, and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
FCA is open to all high school students who want the world impacted for Jesus Christ.
We meet on Fridays during lunch in Mrs. Rhodes room. Bring your lunch and come for a great time of fellowship with Christian friends and local youth pastors from our area.
We lead many differnet activities during the year, such as See You at the Pole, worship services at other churches, and serving meals and testimonies at a service for the less fortunate. We also host 5th quarter after a basketball game. We are always looking for ways to serve our school and community.
Everyone is welcome. Come join us on Friday and share your ideas on outreach.
What is FFA?
FFA is a youth-oriented leadership organization. While FFA originally stood for Future Farmers of America, it has become much more than just a farm club. Members of the FFA come together to compete in various competitions and to have fun.
Why should I join?
Through the FFA, you will have many opportunities to meet new people and expand your horizons through some of the competitions and other activities offered by the National FFA Organization. FFA is not just for farmers; everyone is encouraged to join, whether you live on a farm or in the city. FFA offers something for everyone.
I’m interested, how do I join?
Joining is easy. You must be signed up for at least one semester of any Agriculture class, get a member enrollment form from Ms. Thomas, fill it out and return it along with the $15 member dues
ITEC is a fairly new opportunity for students to further their interest in industrial technology. The club, sponsored by Mr. Jeremy Ledford, will incorporate a range of abilities widely promoted as 21st-century skills, involving technology, communication, and collaboration. This after school club will focus on wood and metal-working with technical and educational aims to give students future job experience, exposure to new technologies, and windows into different careers.
Model United Nations
Model UN will begin meeting again in September 2015. Sign up for text alerts. Click here
National Honor Society
National Honor Society and Junior National Honor Society members must uphold the high purpose of what the organization represents, including: Leadership; Scholarship; Character; and Service to the Community and School.
High School members must complete 30 hours of Community/School Service.
Junior High members must complete 20 hours of Community/School Service. Junior High members are also required to participate in the Academic Challenge/Bowl.
Junior High Student Council
Sponsor: Susan Babcock
The Junior High Student Council sponsored a Halloween Dance to raise money for 3 Christmas Angels.
We were able to provide shoes, coats, clothes, and a toy for each child.
The club has completed their recycling project.
Thanks to all who collected plastic caps to build a bench. We have reached our goal and our bench is front of the school.
Pennies for Patients donations were collected in January to support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
The Student Council raised $186.00 for The Leukemia & Lympyhoma Soceity
- Friday, November 18th @ 7:30pm
- Saturday, November 19th @ 7:30pm
- Sunday, November 20th @ 2:30p,