FCHS Clubs and Organizations

Academic Team

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Howard/Mrs. Cauble

Dues:  $10.00

Location:  107A

Academic Team is for students interested in competing academically against other schools. Season is September - January. Matches on Mondays. Practices two mornings or two afternoons a week or a combination of both.

Collector's Club

Sponsor(s):  Mr. Ades

Dues:  $10.00

Location:  119NG

Collectors Club allows students to teach and learn healthy habits when collecting as well as bring together a group of students with a common interest who will organize and participate in local card shows and maintain a social media site for the club.

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

Sponsor(s):  Coach Breeden/Coach Pass

Dues:  $10.00

Location:  New Gym

Fellowship of Christian Athletes welcomes everyone. You do not have to be a student athlete. Leadership meets weekly.

FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Stone

Dues:  $15.00

Location:  106BW

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is the Career Technical Student Organization with family as its central focus. FCCLA has a place for everyone with opportunities for all career interests. FCCLA promotes student leadership and growth through Family and Consumer Sciences Education. Students participate in community and state events and can compete on the region, state and national levels.

FFA (Future Farmers of America)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Fellenbaum/Ms. Mathews

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  Cafeteria

FFA is for all students enrolled in an agricultural education class during the school year are automatically members of the Local, State and National FFA Associations. FFA members participate in community service projects, fundraisers, recreational activities, competitions, conferences, and conventions on all levels.

Film and Television Club

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Workman

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  202C

Film and Television Club is an interest-based club for students to engage with interactive video media ranging from YouTube to Independent Film to Broadcast Television. The club will provide an outlet for students to express their admiration for film and television with the hopes that him/her may blossom into future creative endeavors.

Fishing Club

Sponsor(s):  Mr. Ramirez

Dues:  $15.00

Location:  Commons Area

Fishing Club members learn casting skills, entomology (study of bugs), fly tying, safety, stream and river information, and conservation. Guest speakers provide information on a variety of topics. Fishing trips to local ponds/lakes/rivers will be offered to qualified students. All materials/equipment will be provided at no cost to the students. Meeting dates and times to be determined. Students must have access to a boat, boat captain (adult), and gear that meets safety and insurance requirements.

GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Williams

Dues:  $5.00

Location:  240B

The Gay-Straight Alliance provides a safe and welcoming environment for any student interested in topics related to the LGBTQ+ community. Any student is welcome to join regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. We do team-building activities, promote equality, have guest speakers, and complete a community service project. We strive to build a positive school community through education and awareness. The leadership team meets weekly. Regular club members meet monthly with leadership team and sponsors.

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Gibbs

Dues:  $20.00

Location:  102D

Future Health Professionals is for students interested in a career in health care. Members can take part in meetings, social gatherings, competitions and community service. A fundraiser is available to pay dues.

Key Club

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Thompson

Dues:  $14.00

Location:  110E

Key Club is an international service club. Key Club members have a heart for helping and accumulate service hours by doing projects to encourage and help others in our school, community, and world. Students can be in Key Club in addition to the other clubs. Key Club does not meet on Club Days but usually before school or during FLEX.

Mock Trial Team

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Evans

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  124NG

Mock Trial Team is for students interested in law and drama along with being quick thinkers. Students portray roles of a court case. Practices held after school. Season starts in September with competitions held in January, but may continue into March (depending on tournament results).

NAHS (National Art Honor Society)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Viccaro

Dues:  $15.00

Location:  100A

National Art Honor Society is for students who love to learn about or create art. It is an honor society so students must be chosen and inducted. Students have to take art once each year and must maintain an “A” average in art and a “B” or higher overall average to be invited to join.

NHS (National Honor Society)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Evans/Ms. Dickey

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  124NG

National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character (membership is based on these areas and is by invitation only).

NTHS (National Technical Honor Society)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Adams

Dues:  $40.00

Location:  122BW

National Technical Honor Society honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s competitive, skilled workforce. CTAE students must meet certain criteria to be invited to join.

Peer Tutoring

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Richerson

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  235B

At our school, students are encouraged to attend a FLEX period with their teachers for the courses they may need a little extra help in, however, some students may be more comfortable and open to learning in a stress-free space alongside their classmates. This organization allows students to get the assistance they need in their math and science courses from their peers both inside and outside of the classroom.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

Sponsor(s):  Coach Pass

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  109AFH

SADD has grown to become the nation's dominant peer-to-peer youth prevention organization with thousands of chapters in high schools.With its expanded focus, SADD now highlights prevention of all destructive behaviors and attitudes that are harmful to young people, including underage drinking, substance abuse, impaired driving, violence, and suicide. SADD's unique approach involves young people delivering education and prevention messages to their peers through school and community-wide activities and campaigns responsive to the needs of their particular locations.


Sponsor(s):  Mr. Flowers

Dues:  $20.00

Location:  121D

Skills USA provides experiences in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development. Emphasis is placed on high ethical standards, superior work skills, lifelong learning and pride. Students can compete in over 100 leadership and skills competitions on the regional, state, and national levels.

Sources of Strength

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Walker

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  114BW

Sources of Strength is a group of students who strive to promote positive mental health and to prevent suicide. The mission of Sources of Strength is to prevent suicide by increasing help seeking behaviors and promoting connections between peers and caring adults. Sources of Strength is a best practice youth suicide prevention project designed to empower students to help their peers realize that when times get hard they have strengths to rely on.

Spanish Club

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Johnson

Dues:  $10.00

Location:  115E

Spanish Club is for students interested in developing and enhancing their Spanish language skills. Students participate in cultural learning activities and fundraisers.

Special Olympics Partners Club

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Green

Dues:  $15.00

Location:  139A

Special Olympics Partners Club assists students with special needs who will be training/participating in Special Olympics events. We want to form meaningful friendships and have fun! All students are invited to join. Students must fill out Georgia Special Olympics applications. Photo ID is required.

Thespians/Drama Club

Sponsor(s):  Mr. Hodgkins

Dues:  $10.00/$30.00

Location:  346PAC

Thespians/Drama Club is for all students interested in any aspect of Theatre. Thespians also meet with drama club. (Thespian membership is merit/work based, after earning 10+ points in Performing Arts.) Dues for Drama Club are $10.00. Dues for Thespians are $30.00.

Tome Society (Reading Team)

Sponsor(s):  Mrs. Martin

Dues:  $0.00

Location:  Media Center

Tome Society provides avid readers with a chance to participate in a reading competition. Members read and become experts on 20 Tome Society chosen books. Members participate in online assessments throughout the year to acquire points for the team. The highest ranked teams will then compete at TomeCon in March.

TSA (Technology Students Association)

Sponsor(s):  Mr. Gibbs

Dues:  $20.00

Location:  116D

The Technology Students Association motto is “Learning to Lead in a Technical World.” If you would like to be a DJ on Rebel Radio, broadcast live video, do play-by-play commentary for football/basketball games, race an electric car, or join the high tech world of robotics & 3D printing then TSA is for you. Annual trips made to the State Fair, Athens, & Jekyll Island.