Central High School Clubs
Business Leaders of America) -
Ms. Gertrude Huff
Purpose: To develop competent, aggressive business leadership, to understand American business enterprise, and to establish occupational goals.
Eligibility: Grades 6 – 12 (if enrolled in a business class)
4-H – Ms.
Purpose: “To make the best better”, “To learn by doing.” The school club encourages members to participate in the full scope of activities offered in 4-H through the University of Georgia, stressing citizenship and community service.
Eligibility: Grades 5 – 12
of America ) –
Mrs. Joy Snellgrove
Purpose: To prepare students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber, and natural resources systems.
Eligibility: Grades 7 – 12
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate various literary skills in region and state competition.
Eligibility: Grades 9-12, Audition
National Junior Beta Club –
Ms. Regina Leonard
Purpose: To stimulate effort, reward achievement, and to encourage and assist Beta members to continue their education after high school.
Eligibility: Grades 6 – 8, according to standards of National Junior Beta Club
Society – Ms. Gertrude Huff
Purpose: To create enthusiasm for Scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary school.
Eligibility: Grades 10 (2nd semester) - 12
Purpose: To provide a service to the school and student body in student conflict resolution and mediation.
Eligibility: Grades 3 – 12
Student Council –
Mrs. Brenda Walker / TBA
Purpose: To stimulate and develop a healthy school spirit; to encourage and maintain participation in school activities; to promote personal initiative in school projects; to foster a spirit of cooperation among the faculty and student body; to encourage and promote the democratic process; to recommend school improvement projects.
Eligibility: Grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Note: Student council will meet monthly for elementary, middle school and high school.
(Technology Student Association
) – Mr.
Purpose: To prepare its members to be successful leaders and responsible citizens in a technological society through co-curricular activities within the technology education program; which include communication, leadership, and competitive skill development in the classroom/laboratory environment.
Eligibility: Grades 7 – 12
– Mrs. Lenora Adams-Horton, Ms. KaSonya Powell, Mr. Torrence Freeman
Purpose – To prepare the annual school yearbook.
Eligibility – Grades K-12
Clubs and organizations will advertise, solicit membership, and hold meetings on the Central Elementary-High campus only after official recognition by the principal. All clubs and organizations will be scheduled to meet at least once a month. All meetings will be scheduled through the principal’s office.
Night activities held on school grounds require police protection. Unless exempted by the principal, the organization sponsoring a night activity will be responsible for paying policemen for security on an hourly basis.
Any night or weekend activity which requires clean-up by the school’s custodial staff will require that the sponsoring organization pay for such service or the organization will be required to cleanup the school facilities.
The sponsor, principal, superintendent, and board of education must approve all club field trips. All field trips must be under the supervision of the sponsoring teacher.