Clubs

Clubs are a great way to get students involved in their school and community. Joining a club is a lot like joining a sport - they allow students to bond with those that are like-minded and give students an opportunity to learn leadership skills and teamwork. Check out the exciting clubs FMHS has to offer and join today.

Art

National Honors Society

Law Enforcement Leadership Academy:

Viva! Spanish Club

Associated Student Body


Art Club

Art club offers students an opportunity to showcase their talents and to experience art beyond the classroom via field trips and local exhibitions. The art club meets every Thursday at lunch in the art room.

The art club is organized to promote more exposure in the art world. Students have an opportunity to visit museums, art galleries, art studios, art exhibits and attend events for the arts. On our campus, students participate in our mural projects for our school. We are planning to continue these plans into our community too!

Campus Light

Campus Light is a spiritually uplifting place to strengthen your faith, no matter your religion or belief. We are an encouraging resource to overcome struggles throughout your week. Our focus is to grow and learn from one another while pursuing personal and spiritual growth. We meet on Tuesdays at lunch in S7. We welcome everyone!

Future Farmers of America


Gaming Club


Law Enforcement Leadership Academy

The Law Enforcement Leadership Academy (LELA) is a new program offered to any student at Frazier Mountain high school. LELA teaches students discipline, teamwork, and good work ethic that can be used to benefit them in any career after high school.

National Honors Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States and outlying territories, which consists of many chapters in high schools. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character. The National Honor Society requires some sort of service to the community, school, or other organizations. The time spent working on these projects contributes towards the monthly service hour requirement.

Robotics


Science Club


VIVA! Spanish Club

Viva! Spanish Club meets every Wednesday in Ms Hughes class.