General Information about Clubs
TCCHS offers a variety of clubs that will help you get involved in school activities, learn leadership and teamwork skills, participate in competitions, and serve the community. We encourage students to look at the club list and find one that is a good fit.
We are on club schedule twice a month. One day will be for Blue Clubs and the other for Gold Clubs. If you do not join a club, you will use that time as a study hall. Only those students who have a blue or gold club card will be released to go to clubs. If your 2nd period teacher sponsors a club, you will be sent to a different teacher’s room for study hall.
Clubs will fall into one of six categories:
- Academic - like Debate Club, National Honor Society, or Science Olympiad
- Career Technical - like Future Business Leaders of America, SkillsUSA or Future Educators
- Fine Arts - like Art Club or Games Club
- Foreign Language - like Spanish or French Club
- Service - like INSPIRE, Recycling Club or Key Club
- Sports - like FCA or Golf Club
We take great pride in the students who participate in competitions through clubs. We have many students who win at region, state, and national competitions through their organizations.
Many clubs also perform valuable community service activities during the year. Whether it is collecting items to send to soldiers overseas, collecting food donations for Shop with A Yellow Jacket, or serving as greeters during events like Open House, there are many ways clubs help give back to the school and community.
Clubs have different membership requirements, so review them carefully when the descriptions are available. Some are by invitation, such as National Honor Society, some require dues, like FFA, and others are limited by space, like Recycling.
Teachers have been asked to share club descriptions with students. A link to club descriptions is also available at the bottom of this page. The list will tell you the name of the club, offer a brief description and any requirements, if it meets on blue or gold week, and list the sponsoring teacher. You will also hear more above clubs on News 4 You, so be sure to watch it each day.
You must see the sponsoring teacher prior to the first club date to get a club card. Remember, you will not be allowed to leave for clubs if you don’t have a club card prior to the first meeting.
If you have to report to another teacher’s room for study hall, your 2nd period teacher will send a roster. If you do not show up to study hall, you will be considered skipping. As always, please be where you are supposed to be during club time, not wandering the halls.
We hope you will find a club that is the perfect fit for you.
CLICK HERE for a current list of available clubs