sponsor: Mrs. Mary Ann Durrence and Miss Raven Ervin
The student council is one of the most important organizations in any school and can be an invaluable asset to the total school community. It is a unique organization because lines of communication between students and administrators, faculty, boards of education, parents, and community government. Previous activities include homecoming activities, state conferences, etc.
sponsor: Mr. Corey Brace, Mrs. Tina Ray, and Mr. Brian Thomas
FBLA is the national organization composed of students interested in business and office education. It provides students the opportunity to bridge the gap between the classroom and the business world by giving them the opportunity to learn first-hand about the business community. Previous activities include attending the Fall Leadership Rally, Region contests, Wild Adventures Field Trip, etc.
sponsor: Ms. Bethany Gilliam
FCCLA is a national organization of high school students who have taken or are presently taking Family and Consumer Sciences. The overall goal of the FCCLA is to help individuals’ personal, family, and community living. Previous activities include attending the Fall Leadership meeting, Region contests, etc.
sponsor: Mrs. Brittany Matthews
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.
sponsor: Ms. Christi Crews
The Beta Club is a part of the state and national organization. Its foremost purpose is public recognition of students’ positive accomplishments, honors, and achievements. Membership in the Beta Club is based on honor and service for students in grades 9-12. Previous activities include induction ceremony, community service projects, etc.
sponsor: Mr. Marc Roe and Mrs. Helen Young
FFA is a national organization composed of students enrolled in classes of Career/Technical Agriculture. The primary aim of the FFA is the development of agriculture and improvement of skills essential to leadership, cooperation with others, and good citizenship. Previous activities include the Ag. Expo and the State FFA Convention, etc.
The mission of Georgia 4-H is to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills, and forming attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society. This mission is accomplished through "hands on" learning experiences, focused on agricultural and environmental issues, agriculture awareness, leadership, communication skills, foods and nutrition, health, energy conservation, and citizenship. Exploring and discovering, encouraging and challenging, that's what Georgia 4-H is all about. As a program of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Cooperative Extension System, 4-H is part of the nationwide Extension network. 4-H'ers are known for sharing their research-based knowledge and technology to people where they live and work.
4-H is a program to help youth, based on their interests and needs, to identify and achieve personal and educational goals. Specifically, 4-H helps young people to:
Learn practical skills, develop competencies, and acquire knowledge. Develop and increase leadership abilities. Strengthen abilities to make intelligent decisions and solve problems. Acquire positive attitudes and a feeling of self-worth. Improve skills in communication and self-expression. Develop effective interpersonal relationship with adults and other youth. Develop socially acceptable behavior, personal standards and value for living.
“To Make The Best Better”
Band: Tim Pounds
Literary: Christina Jennings
Yearbook: Sabrina Caines
Senior Class: Amy Swindell, Brian Thomas, Dr. Dixie Dozier, Michael Esposito, & Brian Todd
Junior Class: Mary Ann Durrence, Beth Gordon, Daphne Walker, Donald Pelton, & Renee Wiggins