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Elementary, middle, and 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

    Connecting the Church to Reach the Campus for ChristFirst Priority Logo
    This club is for Christians to help deepen their relationship with God and to also spread the gospel with others who don’t have a relationship with Christ yet. Perks: Students will be able to deepen their faith and be able to find comfort in knowing other Christians who are trying to be a light in a world of darkness. 

    Why First Priority?
    There are almost half a million students in the public middle and high schools of southeast Florida. Statistics suggest that over 90% of these teens do not know Christ, which demonstrates the urgent need for us to meet them where they are – the campus. A majority of Christians state that their decision to follow Christ was made by age 18. We could be only one generation away from catastrophic faith abandonment if we do not equip students to fulfill the Great Commission. That is why, since 1998, First Priority has been so passionate about connecting the CHURCH to reach the CAMPUS for CHRIST.

    Where is First Priority?
    We have almost 200 clubs across seven counties, from South Florida to the Treasure Coast. In addition, we partner with over 120 local churches, 300 volunteers, and thousands of students. To find a club at your school, visit FIND A CLUB. To reach every student on every public middle and high school campus in southeastern Florida with the Gospel… this is our First Priority!

    See Ms. Hankerson in building 2500

  • Debate

    Mr. JonesSponsor: Mr. Jones

    Where: TV Lab (back of Media Center)

    Debate club is all about learning, preparing, and practicing for speech and debate competitions. Debate can be a big commitment. However, the students that join will have a great opportunity to excel, become part of a genuine team of like-minded peers, gain confidence in speaking, and become skilled and knowledgeable researchers. All you need is a willingness to join and dedication! Perks: Once competitors achieve 2 points through competitions, they will receive a lifetime membership to the National Speech and Debate Honor society, not to mention all the speaking, research, and debate skills you can use in your future endeavors!

  • Key Club

    Ms. WaltonSponsor: Ms. Walton Key Club International

    Where: 16 North

    Key Club provides volunteers for community events. Students may gain all of their required service hours through our volunteer efforts on and off-campus. No prerequisites required, just a desire to volunteer! Perks: Key Club provides volunteer opportunities that provide help for those in need. Doing good for others, in turn, makes one feel better about themselves. Key Club is about cooperation, service, and family.

  • YMCA

    Ms. ThompsonSponsor: Ms. Thompson

    YMCA Math Mania Students work on their ALEKS work in this program. Many math teachers assign ALEKS homework, so this is a perfect opportunity to get your homework completed while Ms. Leidy is there to help you. Even if your teacher doesn’t assign ALEKS homework, the program will help improve your algebra skills.* You must complete a YMCA registration form (found in the front office).

    Perks: It will help you in your math class and help you to pass the Algebra EOC (Retake).