• Clubs & Extracurricular Activities




    Academic Team The Academic Team competes with other high schools in our RESA region. The competitions test the students' knowledge and skills across all the academic disciplines. Members are selected for the team through tryouts held each August. Ms. C. Manning

    Mr. D. Kramlich
    Alternative Media Society To explore alternative forms of media (movies, anime, games, music).

    Mr. B. Whitaker


    To mentor elementary students at Fayetteville Elementary School. Ms. E. Fritz

    Computer Club

    The goal of the Computer Club is to enhance a student's knowledge of computer hardware, software and programming skills.


    Mr. D. Kramlich
    Debate Team The Debate Team competes around the state and nationally. We have a wide variety of events to appeal to different interests and skills, including speech (acting) or traditional debate events. Any interested student is welcome to join. Ms. C. Bradley-Pigott

    Drama Club

    Drama Club is an outlet to learn about the world of theatre through improv, theatrical discussion and acting exercises - including those lead by guest theatre professionals. Ms. N. Quebodeaux

    FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America

    To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

    Ms. L. Allen

    Mr. M. Hoyle

    FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes

    To present to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationship and in the fellowship of the Church.

    Mr. D. Bogumill

    FCCLA - Family ,Career, Community Leaders of America

    To promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. Open to all Nutrition/ Wellness & former Interior design students.

    Ms. W. Moore

    FCHS Black Student Union
     Mission: Our mission and purpose is to help students strive for excellence through the promotion of awareness, appreciation, positive images of the African diaspora and to help students become greater individuals for both themselves and their community.  Dr. B Harmon

    FCHS Cultural Awareness Club

    The club's goal is to help create a more inclusive and understanding student body, by educating our peers on social issues, biases, and discrimination in society.

    Mr. C. McCord

    French Club

    To encourage interest and cultural experiences of students who speak French.

    French Club Application

    Ms. H. Moncrief

    Gay/Straight Alliance

    The Gay Straight Alliance club is a club that will bring the LGBT community and Straight allies together to discuss issues related to gender identity and race. With the understanding of different forms of oppression, ways to handle it in an effective way will be discussed while also providing the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender community with a safe place to express their feelings.

    Mr. B. Chatham

    Ms. B. Burgess

    GEM - Girl Empowerment Movement

    The purpose of the Girls Empowerment Club (GEC) is to give young ladies at Fayette County High School the opportunity to build a strong foundation for future success. This club aims to develop high school girls into strong, independent, and sophisticated college and career ready women who build one another up rather than tearing each other down. The club will help provide participants with tools to exude confidence in pursuing their dreams, while overcoming obstacles that can prevent such ambitions.

    Ms. T. Blake

    Ms. A. Olivarez


    German Club

    To encourage interest and cultural experiences of students who speak German. Mr. A. Jones

    German Honor Society

    To emphasize scholarship and recognize the achievements of students taking German. Mr. A. Jones
    Green Club To promote ways in which the school and home can be earth friendly. Provide classroom paper and plastic recycling. Ms. L. Rogers
    HOSA - Health Occupations Students of America HOSA's mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Ms. T. Blake
    Interact Club To mentor future leaders within the community (associated with Rotary Club). Ms. P. Resnak
    International Thespians Society To promote excellence in educational theatre.  This society networks with state, national, and international troupes on performances, resources, educational practices, and community outreach projects (associated with the Educational Theatre Association). Ms. J. Roberts
    Key Club To mentor future leaders within the community (associated with Kiwanis Club). Ms. K. Harris
    Math Team Math Team is a competitive team that travels to exotic locations (other high schools and some college campuses) to take math tests. Math Team practices one day per week starting in mid-September of each year.


    Ms. J. Coss

    NAHS - National Arts Honor Society Students that have completed at least one year of visual art and have achieved an 80 or better are encouraged to join. NAHS meetings are usually twice a month. Mr. J. Angelo
    P.A.L.S. Student-run organization that fosters relationships between students with and without disabilities through one-on-one and group activities. Ms. C. Feltman

    Photography Club The club consists of monthly meetings with the presentation of a photo an assignment that is posted on a display board in the school. This club is structured to guide students interested in photography as a career path or positive alternative for personal expression.

    Officer Israel

    Natalie Quebodeaux

    Sarah Guavin

    Political Analysis Club The club allows students to discuss and analyze politics of today with an emphasis on educating one another with guidance from their sponsor on government and elections ( locally, state, and nationally). We are the future. Many of us cannot vote, but most of us can and want to make a difference. If we allow ourselves to gain a holistic view of political matters, we can allow ourselves to make educated decisions and shape the world of tomorrow. Mr. M. Foley
    Robotics Team "Robocopz" To transform our culture by creating a world where science and technology are celebrated and where young people dream of becoming science and technology leaders.

    LEC, Building D, Monday nights at 6:00pm

    Science Olympiad Team The Science Olympiad Team competes against other high schools in the region. By combining events from disciplines like genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology, Science Olympiad encourages a wide cross-section of students to get involved. Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on group participation. 

    Dr. S. Byrnes

    Mr. M. Hairston

    SNHS - Science National Honor Society SNHS will be the prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration for America.

    Ms. D. Blankenship

    SkillsUSA SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. We help each student excel. SkillsUSA's mission is to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. More info...

    Mr. S. Feilke

    Mr. J. Trask

    Spanish Club To raise awareness and celebrate the many aspects of Hispanic culture. Ms. E. Fritz
    Spanish National Honor Society Students having completed three semesters of the same world language with an A average or better who continue with the same language for a third year or more are encouraged to join. Students must maintain an A cumulative world language average  thereafter.  Ms. L. Flynn
    Student Government To develop leadership skills of students who are interested in politics and community service. Ms. C. Manning
    Unleashed Pens The Unleashed Pens is a creative writing and poetry group at FCHS. This weekly workshop consists of reading, analyzing, and supporting the growth of fellow student writers.

    Ms. A. Olivarez

    Ms. L. Johnson