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High school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • First Priority Club

    Sponsor: Venice Daley 

    First Priority 
    Mission Statement: Help Christian students learn the Gospel, so they can share it with their peers. We are passionate about connecting the CHURCH to reach the CAMPUS for CHRIST. 

  • Brilliant Minds Young Achievers Programs

    Sponsor:The Links Incorporated  

    Step into a world of boundless potential at Henry D. Perry Education Center’s Young Achievers Program! This enriching program, infused with the core tenets of leadership, social-emotional learning, and intellectual curiosity, offers a holistic approach to personal, academic, and professional growth. Geared toward young ladies, participants will engage in interactive monthly workshops and learn about scholarship opportunities that will help foster a spirit of excellence and ambition. Young Achievers will embrace a transformative journey, echoing the Young Achievers' mission of "Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders Today". Join us and pave the way for a brighter, empowered future, inspired by a legacy of achievement!

  • Senior Class Cabinet

    Sponsor: Lariell Farris

    The Senior Class Cabinet at Henry D. Perry Education Center is focused on making it across 
    the stage at graduation. The Senior Class Cabinet is run by the senior class officers and cabinet 
    members. This group of future leaders are students who collaborate to use their leadership skills 
    and school spirit to promote cohesiveness among their classmates. These students organize a 
    variety of events for the entire senior class. The Senior Class plans the activities that they will 
    partake in such as the senior sunrise breakfast and many more events.

  • Student Government Association (S.G.A.)

    Sponsor: Lairell Farris

    The Student Government Association (SGA) is intended to foster and enhance leadership 
    skills, encourage school spirit, and teach democratic principles among students. As a student-run 
    organization that represents the entire student body, SGA allows students to express concerns and 
    voice their opinions. SGA members strive to lead by example in the areas of academics, 
    community service, school spirit, student events, and student-teacher relations. SGA members 
    are role models for other students, both in and out of the classroom.

  • SAVE Promise Club

    Sponsor: Shieka L. Davis 

        Sandy Hook Promise

  • Multicultural Breakfast Club

    Sponsor: Aimee A. Joyner 

    Mission Statement: The Multicultural Breakfast Club aims to promote diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness within our school. We strive to create a safe and welcoming environment for students of all backgrounds to come together, learn from each other, and celebrate our differences. Through various events, activities, and initiatives, we expect to foster a sense of unity and respect, as well as encourage a greater appreciation for the cultural richness of our diverse student body.
    Club Purpose: The Multicultural Breakfast Club aims to provide a platform for students to explore, celebrate, and share their cultural identities and experiences with others. We seek to promote cultural awareness and understanding through educational and social activities that highlight the diversity of our student body. By creating a space where students can learn from and support each other, we hope to foster a more inclusive and accepting environment.

  • Mentoring Tomorrow's Leaders

    Sponsor: Birce Ozturan, Sandra Michel 

    Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders (MTL) is a peer-to-peer mentoring and student leadership program that serves students in grades 6th – 12th. MTL promotes academic advancement, pupil progression, student engagement and successful school completion utilizing the MTL Five Pillars.


    1. Academic Achievement – Students who are not making academic gains are paired with a student mentor. Ongoing support includes a mentor-mentee hour, under the supervision of a site coordinator, to foster academic progress, and social emotional learning skills at school at least twice a week.

    2. Peer Mentoring – High-achieving upper class students with demonstrated leadership skills participate in a two-year mentor relationship with students who have not experienced academic gains. This is a structured relationship that is facilitated by the MTL site coordinator. In addition, all MTL students are exposed to adult mentors from the community during planned workshops with guest speakers.

    3. Family Involvement – MTL provides parents and guardians with quarterly parent-education workshops to include college readiness, graduation requirements, pupil progression plan, and navigating through the educational systems. Additionally, MTL equips parents with the necessary tools to engage and communicate effectively with their children.

    4. Community Support – Mentors/Mentees initiate and participate in various Community Civic Engagement initiatives. MTL provides all members with the necessary tools to network effectively, including access to insightful guest speakers at parent and student workshops. In addition, donors, sponsors and representatives from colleges and universities interact with MTL students to present pathways for post-secondary education.

    5. Student Enrichment and Incentives – Program participants earn several incentives as they work to improve their grades and meet high school graduation requirements. Student mentors also earn incentives as they inspire their peers to achieve academic excellence. These incentives include visits to local colleges and extended college tours, educational field trips and recognition within the school and community.

  • Male Mentoring Group



    Sponsor: Sandra Michel

  • Human Relations Council


  • Gator Watch

    Sponsor: Rashad Gunthrop

    Gator Watch is a student led effort that helps students take a share of responsibility for their school community.