Clubs and Organizations 
The organization of clubs will take place during the first month of school.  After club rosters have been determined, advisors will arrange club meetings either before school, after school, or on Club Day.  In order to start a club, the following criteria must be met:  have at least six members, have a club advisor/sponsor, and be approved by the administrative team.  Our school offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations which are listed below.
Arts' Student Council National Art Honor Society 
   The National Art Honor Society is a program designed to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.
   DECA is an association of marketing students around the world.  It is located in every state and nine foreign countries.  DECA helps students become: academically prepared for college and careers in marketing, finance, hospitality or management community oriented by gaining an appreciation for the benefits of service and their potential impact on the community and world professionally responsible with ethics, integrity and high standards experienced leaders by practicing key leadership skills such as goal setting, consensus building and project management. 
National Technical Honor Society 
   The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is an honor society for outstanding junior and senior career and technical students of workforce vocational education institutions in the United States . Today NTHS serves over 2,500 member schools and universities throughout the nation. The goals of the National Technical Honor Society include:
Rewarding excellence in workforce education
Developing self-esteem, pride
Encouraging students to reach higher levels of achievement
Promoting strong values-honesty, responsibility, initiative, teamwork, leadership, citizenship, scholarship
Helping schools build effective business partnerships
Building a strong positive image for workforce education in America
The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Club will have a membership drive beginning December 2015. Students must complete the application process to be considered a member.
Spanish Club
   To promote the language and develop the knowledge of the Spanish culture beyond the classroom.
Game Club
   The purpose of game theory and strategy club is to improve the skills of its members not only as game players, but also as game designers.  In order to be the best designers we can be, we must dissect games and determine best gaming design strategies.  We must also study games to examine game maker theories to improve overall design, while improving skills in logic, theory, social construction, and overall gameplay.  
Technology Student Association
   The Technology Student Association is a national competitive student organization for middle and high school Technology Education. All North Carolina Technology Engineering and Design Education programs are invited to get involved with NCTSA There are 35 different high school competitive events ranging from from fashion and video design through robotics and architecture.
Spanish Honor Society
Ladies of Tomorrow and Men of Excellence
   LADIES of TOMORROW (LOT) and MEN of EXCELLENCE (MOE) are school organizations which focus on positive educational, social and emotional development, as well as employment preparation. Professional educators and community counselors mentor high school students aged 13-19 in order to prevent at-risk behaviors. Both clubs sponsor motivational speakers, educational field trips, recreational activities, discussion sessions, service learning and conflict resolution, and tutoring in math, writing and reading.  Parents and guardians are invited to participate as field trip chaperones. Structured meetings are held each  week.  You or someone you know are welcome to participate as a member, mentor, tutor or presenter.    
   The mission of the FFA is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Only students enrolled in an Agricultural Education class can join the FFA.  As a member, you have many opportunities to develop your skills and talents in a variety of areas.  And it pays off!  Former FFA members hold leadership positions in virtually every Fortune 100 company.  FFA continues to help the next generation rise up to meet those challenges by helping its members to develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of career pathways.
Beta Club
Cultural Music Club
Green Club
National Honor Society
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Chess Club
Science Olympiad
Pass it Forward (PIF) Club