McIntosh High School

Home of the Chiefs

Embracing Excellence for All ~ Students First

  • Academic Clubs and More


    Academic Bowl


    Emily Hodge -

    To encourage well-rounded students who are knowledgeable in a variety of topics.




    Cynthia Neeley -

    Hope Huey -

    MHS Ambassadors work with students who are new to MHS to help them make a smooth transition. We are the primary volunteer force for Camp McIntosh, give school tours for new students the first day they attend school and act as peer-buddies to students who may be struggling socially. We invite new students to attend sporting events or to come with our members to other clubs in which they participate. We also provide services to the school by guiding parents at Open House, assisting with GHP interviews, and other events as needed by administration.

    3:50 in the Media Center

    October 15
    November 19
    December 10
    January 21
    February 18
    March 17
    April 14
    May 5




    Maureen Ciccone -

    To develop youth leadership by addressing academic achievement, career preparedness, and healthy behavioral choices.


    Chess Club


    Arthur Walton -

    To introduce chess as a way to develop thinking strategies as part of gaming.

    Meets every Wednesday morning except for Faculty meeting dates.




    Brad Yarbrough -

    To prepare students to be successful business leaders.




    Bunky Colvin -

    Lee Belknap -

    Wendy Mabon -

    David Munoz -

    To promote fellowship, worship, and discipleship among Christian athletics and students.




    Dr. Taressa Burge-

    To promote student interest in health occupations.




    Zoila Curtis -

    To provide school, community, and international service.


    Key Club


    Laurette Edenfield -

    Wendy Mabon -

    To promote community service.


    ONE at McIntosh


    Stephanie Sisk -

    To advocate for foreign aid in developing nations. Students will write letters to representatives and encourage fellow students to take action and learn more about critical issues, planning and executing related events


    Paddling Club


    Mark Kienast -

    To provide students a way to enjoy the beauty and nature of lakes, to learn water safety and etiquette, and to have fun while learning a skill that can last a lifetime.




    Carrie Smith -

    Marilyn Bullock -

    PALS Website

    Regular meetings are held during A, B, & C lunches. Other organized events will be before and after school. Students may come for any part of that time as transportation allows. Chatting with friends, snacking on breakfast food, and announcement of upcoming events will take place. Social activities will be scheduled after school each month  on various afternoons. Time and date will be decided by members.  Previous events have included Bingo, Halloween Party, Board Game Day, Homecoming poster making, attend MHS sports events. Teachers will be present. Club members may be allowed to volunteer at Fayette County Special Olympics in the spring if they meet requirements of participation and grades. All students may join and experience friendships at MHS.  Dues of $10.00 will be collected in order to receive a P.A.L.S. T shirt.. Scholarships are available.



    PTSO Club


    Bree Heaton -

    To aid and support the PTSO and to operate the Outpost (school store.)


    Skills USA


    Lauren Bozone -

    SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has an educated and skilled workforce. SkillsUSA's mission is to empower its members to become world-class students, workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. The McIntosh SkillsUSA organization/club is entering its 4th exciting year. We have monthly meetings and holiday events. We sponsor an annual community service project. In the spring, we enter competitive events in graphic design, engineering, architectural design, entrepreneurship, healthcare science, computer science, and family and consumer science. We show off our talents and skills and win prizes and recognition all while having a great time together. We have had first and third place winners at national competitions in 2013 and 2014. We are looking for fun, enthusiastic students to join us. It is a great time and looks excellent on a college resume.


    SPARK (SADD Chapter)


    Shery Kearney -

    To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive behaviors.


    TSA (Technology Student Association)


    Dave Thomas -

    To promote technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving.