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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.

  • Asian American Club

    Asian American Club is open to everyone, not just specifically people of Asian descent. In this club, we are dedicated to educating and informing others about Asian culture by making Asian related crafts, trying new foods, and playing games. We will be holding club meetings in Ms.Salemi's classroom every other Wednesday after school from 3:00PM to 4:00PM. Feel free to join us!

  • Black Student Union

    Black student union's mission is to create a safe space to discuss black history, social injustice, and the upholding of black excellence.  Our purpose is to represent black students in political and community matters. We serve as the primary advocacy organization for minorities and act as the chief liaison between black students and the school’s administration. We also take active measures toward fostering and enriching an environment for students of color at this school. Using social media and events held on/off campus, BSU is promoting cultural pride and awareness in our school and community.  BSU is ran by Ms. O'Neal and meets every Tuesday between 3:00-4:00pm.

  • Business Professionals of America (BPA)

    Business Professionals of America is a career and technical student organization that helps prepare future leaders for their career paths. BPA provides students with opportunities to explore other interests through nation-wide competitions. BPA meets every Thrusday between 3:00-4:00pm. Please contact Ms. Gilbert if you're interested.

  • Class Office

    Class Office is a club that prioritizes and focuses on fundraising for the student body in their specific graduating class. The money that is raised will be used for senior year to help lower the cost of senior activities. It is the officers’ job to simultaneously make executive decisions while including the opinion of the senior class. As the senior class this year, Class of 2022 is responsible for planning and executing these senior activities which includes: Step Up Day, Grad Bash, Senior Parking Spots, Senior Class Shirts, and Prom. Meeting time and dates vary.  For info please see Ms. Simmonds, Ms. Martin, or Coach Carter.

  • Environmental Club

    This club works with environmental action, climate change, and recycling as part of a school wide program. Many members are also a part of Science National Honor Society, however, with the Environmental Club, no GPA requirements exist. Meets during A and B lunches on Tuesdays. If you are interested, come by room 521, Mr. Witcher's class for more information. 

  • Falcon Page Turners

    The book club meets monthly to discuss books, complete activities, and prepare for the Battle of Books.  This event takes place every spring at a local high school.  The competition is based on the Florida Teens Read books.  Ms. Kowalsi runs this club.  Falcon Page Turners meet every Tuesday between 3:00-4:00pm in the Media Center.

  • Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA)

    FFEA, is a teacher recruitment program. The program provides a forum for students to become aware of career opportunities in education and nurtures their interest in teaching as a career.  FFEA meets during class. For more information, see Mrs. Aloy in room 326 for more information.

  • Health Information Project (HIP)

    Health Information Project (HIP) trains high school juniors and seniors to teach health education to their freshmen. We know that teens are often resistant to health education when the educators are teachers, parents or physicians that is why HIP empowers teens to deliver health information-to their peers.  We meet during class. For more information, see Mrs. Aloy in room 326.

  • HOSA

    Health Occupation Students of America is a national club recognized for leading students on their path to success in the medical field. Through this club, students can work hands-on with medical equipment, earn certifications such as CPR, EKG, and PCT, as well as learn medical terminology and procedures. HOSA meets the last Monday of the month between 3:00-3:300pm.  Please contact Ms. Eapen if you are interested in joining.

  • Key Club

    Meet every other Tuesday in the Media Center. The Key Club provides opportunities for students to participate in service activities. Activities for which students can earn service hours towards graduation and Bright Futures are available at meetings, online and in person at various locations across the district.  If you'd like to join please let Ms. Gunn know.

  • Latinos In Action (LIA)

    Latinos In Action (LIA) offers an asset-based approach to bridging the graduation and opportunity gap for Latino students, working from within the educational system to create positive change. Our program operates as a year-long elective course. The end goal of everything we do is to empower Latino youth to lead and strengthen their communities through college and career readiness. We accomplish this by focusing on four pillars: leveraging personal and cultural assets, excelling in education, serving the community, and developing leadership skills. Mr. Reyes is in charge of this club and we meet every other Thursday between 3-4pm.

  • Math National Honor Society - Mu Alpha Theta

    Mu Alpha Theta is the Math National Honor Society, and our goal is to increase enjoyment, appreciation, and overall interest in the field of mathematics. Our chapter participates in many different mathematical activities, including attending local and state math competitions, offering math tutoring services, and hosting our Annual Pi Day fundraiser. We offer benefits to our members as well; besides, looking great on college applications, we also offer the chance to earn volunteer hours and a graduation cord. By joining and being an active participant in Mu Alpha Theta, you will be enhancing your overall high school experience by becoming stronger mathematically and by creating memories you'll never forget.  We meet on the third Friday of each month after school unless otherwise communicated.. Please meet with Ms. Friedman if interested.

    Club members

  • National Art Honor Society

    National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is open to all students for the purpose of inspiring and recognizing those who show an outstanding ability in art. NAHS strives toward the attainment of the highest standards in art areas, and to bring art to the attention of the school and the community.
     
    Art Club is open to students that enjoy using their art skills to make Charles W. Flanagan High School a great place to be.
    NAHS and Art Club meet in room 301 with Ms. Filo on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month. 

  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    National Honor Society is a family of dedicated individuals that come together to help others. We frequently engage in harvest drives, fundraisers, and tutoring sessions in efforts to support the community while simultaneously enabling students to fulfill their community service hour requirements. We meet the fourth Thursday of every month. Please talk to Ms. Driggers if you'd like to join.

  • Poetry Club

    Poetry club welcomes poets to share their writing every Thursday after school in room 910.  You can join Mrs. Modia's Poetry Club Remind @poetryclub.  In addition, we have a spoken word slam competition team that meets on Tuesdays after school.

  • Science National Honor Society

    Science National Honor Society is an academic honor society focused on science. Students involved in this club would demonstrate their innovative skills by conducting a wide variety of experiments and further their scientific knowledge. We meet once a month in Mr. Witcher's classroom. Please join the Remind @fhssnhs22 for more information.

  • Speech and Debate Club

    Speech and Debate Club is open to all students, not just those in Speech and Debate classes. We meet each Tuesday at 3:00pm. Students are able to learn about and practice different speech and debate events with coaching from the club's captains. There is an event for everyone, whether it be public forum debate, congressional debate, individual speech events like original oratory, and even acting events like humorous interpretation. Club students are also eligible to compete in both local and national tournaments in the event of their choice. Please see Ms. Hladek for more information. 

  • Women of Tomorrow (WOT)

    WOT is a mentoring program designed to empower and motivate young women like you. By meeting one hour a month each second Tuesday with highly accomplished professional women, you will be guided towards a future filled with greater opportunities.  Please see Mrs. Simmons in Room 710.