Agape- is open to any 9th-12th grade student who is a Christian or wants to learn more about the Christian faith. The purpose of this club is to encourage and pray for one another, as well as share our faith by ministering to other in school and community. We participate in service projects such as helping Jasper’s Hope Clinic and making snack bags for chemotherapy patients. The agape club typically meets once a month, usually before school; we often eat breakfast together and have devotions.
Anchor- is a club that focuses on “Friendship & Service”. They must complete3 hours of community service each month
Beta- is open to juniors and senior with GPA’s of 3.4 or better. We do community and school service projects every month.
DECA Math Team
FBLA- is a non-profit organization of high school students, as well as professional members, who primarily help students transition to the business world.
HOSA- Student organization for Health Science to be a member you must be presently taking or have has Health Science in the past to be a member.
Interact- is an international organization of service and social clubs for young people of secondary school age that fosters leadership and responsible citizenship and promotes international understanding and peace. Each year, Interact Clubs complete at least one community service project and at least one project that furthers international understanding and goodwill. Interactors develop a worldwide network of friendships through exchanges with local and overseas clubs.
Key Club- a service program for high school students. Student-led organization whose goal is to teach leadership through serving others. Key Club International is part of Kiwanis International family of service-leadership programs. Students are required to do service projects in the community and school each month. The club members are male however female sweethearts and favorites are offered membership as well
MAC- this club consists of a select group of upper classmen (Mac Scholars) who mentor to minority students at the freshman and sophomore level (MAC potentials) the goal is to assist minority students in achieving higher grades and positively impacting the well-defined achievement gap. For the 10 - 11 years we are focusing on the minority students who meet the minimum GPA of 3.0 and display scholarship, leadership, and character. Our mission is to motivate and support multi-cultural/minority students to achieve high educational and career goals.
Mu Alpha Theta
National Honor Society
Yearbook -Is a staff of students that design the annual publication Black Gold.