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Academic Clubs

Advanced Art

The Advanced Art Club is for Art III, Art IV, and AP Art students.

Sponsor: Carrol McTyre

AHS Ethics Bowl

An organization in which students express their opinions and beliefs about different moral and ethical dilemmas in a respectful environment. Students learn to support their arguments with different theories of ethics such as Deontology, Utilitarianism, Virtue Ethics, and Ethics of Care.

Sponsor: Kristen Kellum

DECA

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

Sponsor: Tijuana Perry

Facing History

People Make Choices: Choices Make History. This club is for students interested in raising community awareness about the dangers of racism, antisemitism, gender discrimination, bullying, etc.

Sponsor: Joel Shores

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues.

Sponsor: Crystal Uhiren

French Club

Explores the cultures of French-speaking countries (Enrollment in French class required)

Sponsor: Leanne Hinkle

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

A national student organization that will allow students to strengthen their communication skills, gain leadership experience, and become exposed to diverse people with different ideas from around the world.

Sponsors: Brenda Bailey & Elizabeth Handy

Future Educators of America

Future Educators of America is a club for students interested in joining the teaching profession some day.

Sponsor: Carren Marvin

Graphic Media

Graphic media members design and create printed items for events and fundraisers. They also focus on supporting our community and neighboring communities.

Sponsor: Leanne Wilson

HOSA - Future Health Professionals

Students must be in a health science class; learn about occupations on a health field.

Sponsors: Kaitlyn Scherrifus & Heather Trim

Junior Classical League (JCL) - Latin

Promote enthusiasm for studying Latin. Must be a current or former student of Latin.

Sponsor: Christopher Wheat

Knowledge Bowl

An academic competition team.

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Sponsor: Joel Wilhite

Mathletics Club

Mathletics provides students from all grades an opportunity to explore mathematical concepts not taught in courses offered at Arlington. We also aim to sharpen problem-solving strategies using analytical thinking and logic skills. Club members are encouraged to participate in local math competitions.

Sponsor: Sheryl Franks

Model UN

Students debate and resolve issues as the UN does.

Sponsor: Michelle Perrigin

Portfolio Club

Portfolio Club will be a group of students working on specific projects geared towards building a portfolio.

Sponsor: Leanne Wilson

Science National Honor Society

The goal is to build a science niche that offers talented students awards for achievement, encourage them to pursue the study of science, engineering, and mathematics in college, and provide them with new, innovative and unique programs to enhance their skills.

Sponsor: Janet Pennington

Science Olympiad

A competitive science team.

Sponsors: Charles Burge, Andrea Gjertsen, and Andrew Ward

Spanish Club

Hispanic culture and/or Spanish language (Enrollment in Spanish class required)

Sponsor: Erin Weekley, Russell Waites, and Leigh Ballard

Technology Student Association (TSA)

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses.

Sponsors: Casey Sandlin-Rogers, Elizabeth Handy, and Michael Catlin

WordSmith

A competitive writing team for 9th-12th graders.

Sponsor: Christopher Hudson