Extracurricular Clubs

  • Academic Team (Competitive Club)


    Lynne Bruschetti - bruschetti.lynne@fcboe.org

    The Academic Team is a competitive group that competes in meets throughout the year. Members practice regularly to increase their knolwedge in a variety of topics.




    Lisa Love - love.lisa@fcboe.org

    Lura Wilkes - wilkes.lura@fcboe.org

    MHS Ambassadors work with students who are new to MHS to help them make a smooth transition. Our Ambassadors often provide new students and their parents with their first impression of McIntosh. We participate in activities such as school tours for new students, act as peer buddies to students who may be struggling socially, invite new students to attend school events or to come along with our members to clubs in which they participate. We also provide volunteer services to the school by guiding parents at Orientation, participating in community and school service projects, and other events as needed by administration. Membership is by application.



    Black Student Union


    Shanon Woolf- woolf.shanon@fcboe.org

    To provide a safe space for black students to learn, evolve, and participate in their community


    Chess Club


    Arthur Walton - walton.arthur@fcboe.org

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

    Meets every Wednesday morning except for Faculty meeting dates


    College Athletics Discussion Association


    Christopher Flournoy - flournoy.christopher@frcboe.org

    To provide a forum for students to discuss the ins and outs of collegiate sports with a focus on football


    Cycling Club


    Aaron Rafter - rafter.aaron@fcboe.org

    To encourages and support general interest in bicycles and other aerobic modes of transportation




    Bunky Colvin - colvin.bunky@fcboe.org

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


    Filthy Club


    Dr. Jane Welch- welch.jane@fcboe.org

    To provide a clean environment for McIntosh students eating in the courtyard




    Aaron Rafter- rafter.aaron@fcboe.org

    To provide a safe place for students of all genders, religions, race, and sexuality to bond, participate in fun activities, and create friendships


    HOSA: Future Health Professionals 


    Jackie Burgess- burgess.jacqueline@fcboe.org

    HOSA is the career and technical student organization (CTSO) for students:
    Who are, or have been, enrolled in the MHS healthcare science program.
    Who are interested in, or are planning to pursue, a career in the health professions. (You do not have to be in the healthcare pathway in order to join.)
    The mission of HOSA is to empower its members “to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.” Students gain experience through chapter activities (guest speakers, homecoming parade, community service activities, etc.) and the HOSA Competitive Events Program (Fall and State Leadership Conferences). These events are held at regional, state, and national levels. Additionally, students can take on leadership roles as officers at the local, state, or national level.


    Interact Club


    Taylor Steen- steen.taylor@fcboe.org

    To bring together young people and develop leadership skills


    Key Club


    Wendy Mabon - mabon.wendy@fcboe.org

    To promote community service


    McIntosh Young Entrepreneurs


    Allen Beall - beall.allen@fcboe.org

    To educate high school students about entrepreneurship and assist them in their own entrepreneurial pursuits




    Carrie Smith - smith.carried@fcboe.org

    PALS Website

    Regular meetings are held during lunch. 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.


    Podcast Club


    Angie Rees- rees.angie@fcboe.org

    To listen and discuss a wide variety of podcasts in order to spread a new, eclectic view of the world


    PTSO Club


    Bree Heaton - heaton.bree@fcboe.org

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


    SAT Club


    Lynne Bruschetti - bruschetti.lynne@fcboe.org

    To provide an environment for students to discuss techniques for taking the SAT, taking practice exams, and hearing teachers and students share their tips and experiences    


    The Society for Social Equality


    Amanda Breland - breland.amanda@fcboe.org

    To promote intersectional equality and raise awareness and funds for select non-profit organizations to help aid our community, with a focus on women  




    Taylor Steen- steen.taylor@fcboe.org

    To offer perspectives on systemic oppression, as well as, education on social justice issues that extend beyond the typical rhetoric


    TSA (Technology Student Association)


    Dave Thomas - thomas.david@fcboe.org

    To promote technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving


    Unicef Club



    To partner with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate and fundraise on behalf of children, and in support of UNICEF’s lifesaving work


    The Unity Project


    Aaron Rafter- rafter.aaron@fcboe.org

    The Unity Project is a club whose purpose is to engage in and initiate volunteer projects within our community.