Academic Bowl Team
Room 113 - See calendar for meeting dates
Academic Bowl is a scholastic competition for high school students sponsored by the North East Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency. Teams from participating schools compete against each other in a series of matches, similar to “Jeopardy”. Questions cover subject matter from Georgia's high school curriculum as well as current events.
Room 243 - See calendar for meeting dates
The Anchor Club is a diligent service club that actively participates in community projects. It also prepares useful citizenship by developing initiative, leadership, and personal integrity. Anchor Club is sponsored by and under the auspices of the Pilot Club of Monroe. Our MAHS Anchor Club has been judged the #1 club in Georgia and the #1 club in the U.S.!
Room 250 - See calendar for meeting dates
The Art Club seeks to further individual and group artistic views by continuously working on new art projects. Club meetings allow students time to work on individual projects, complete school work, and learn new techniques. The Art Club sponsors gallery nights and auctions. The club is open to members of all levels. Members do not need to be currently enrolled in an art class to join.
Room 243 - Meeting virtually (date and times to be determined)
Beta Club is a National service organization. Membership is invitation only. Students are selected using criteria of scholarship and leadership skills and excellent academic record. Freshmen are eligible for Beta Club after 1st semester. Beta Club is open to all students at MAHS. To be a member, you must have a 90.0 or above grade point average.
Book Club/Reading Bowl Team
Media Center - See calendar for meeting dates
The Book Club/Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team reads and discusses contemporary young adult literature with a group of adventurous readers. Selections will be taken from the Georgia Peach Award Nominee List, representing the 20 best books for teen readers as selected by a panel of experts. In addition to discussing the titles students will also participate in trivia activities related to the content. Students will be able to compete for a place on the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl team, which will compete against other schools in the county in January.
Chick Fil A Leadership Academy
Room 228 - Meets during advisement
Chick-fil-A Leader Academy™ is a national high school leadership program focused on IMPACT THROUGH ACTION. The world needs more leaders who impact their local communities, and we believe high school students are the answer!
Learn more: https://chickfilaleaderacademy.com/
Apply here: https://app.chickfilaleaderacademy.com/apply
CTI is designed to support students enrolled in career, technical, and agricultural programs through an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Students participate in a variety of competitions, including those hosted at the Georgia National Fair. CTI students also have the opportunity to attend a leadership conference. For additional CTI info see the Monroe Area High School CTI facebook page.
Room 123 - See calendar for events!
The purpose of the club is to create awareness of environmental issues, such as protection, conservation, preservation, and restoration, with an emphasis on educating and empowering students as well as developing student leadership skills. To provide an opportunity for students to gather together to discuss their concerns about the environment and to develop strategies (projects, activities, etc.) to mitigate the effects of environmental problems on the planet. To raise awareness of significant environmental issues and provide opportunities for individuals to address these issues. To better educate the high school community about issues relating to the environment. The club focuses on education, community service and raising environmental awareness.
Room 215 - See calendar for meeting dates
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the largest and oldest business student organization in the world. FBLA is a results-based business and leadership program designed to complement academics while accelerating a student’s leadership, communication, and team skills. FBLA prepares students for “real world” professional opportunities.
Auditorium - Meets Wednesday mornings, see calendar for meeting dates
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is the largest Christian sports organization in America. FCA is a student-driven organization that equips young people to develop their leadership abilities and become a positive influence on their community. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people (especially athletes and coaches) to make a difference for Christ. The MAHS FCA works with students throughout Walton County
FCA offers camps and leadership summits for students who are interested and qualified.
Room 229 - Meets Wednesday mornings at 7:00am in my room (229 purple hall) once a month typically (dates TBD)
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young men and women who want to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential, develop skills for life, travel, make new friends, and help the community through service.
Monroe Area FFA
Room 801 - Monthly chapter meetings on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 3-4pm
FFA is a great student organization for all students especially those interested in some sort of agriculture. We have many different activities throughout the year including traveling, building projects, leadership activities and many others. Stop by room 801 for more information.
The team competes in JROTC 3P, Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Varsity Rifle and USAS International 60 shot standing competitions.
Manga and Comics Club
Media Center - See calendar for meeting dates
The Manga and Comics Club covers a variety of genre interests. Club meetings feature discussions and presentations about manga, anime, traditional comics, graphic novels, animation, cartoons, superheroes, villains, drawing, Japanese language and music, and much more! Students share their interests with the group and make connections between the varieties of media they consume.
National Honor Society
Room 103 - Meeting virtually (date and times to be determined)
National Honor Society is a prestigious club for students who have earned a 93.0 cumulative grade point average by the end of his or her sophomore or junior years. It promotes scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Once inducted students must maintain the average and serve the school in a leadership or service area, must be of strong character, and uphold school policies.
National Technical Honor Society
A technical and career student organization that honors students who have excelled in academic courses, technical and career courses, leadership development, and student organization activities. To become a member, a Junior or Senior must have a 90 or above overall GPA, 3 or more CTAE credit, a 90 or above CTAE GPA, and be a member of a Career Technical Student Organization.
Partnerships for Success Club
Partnership for Success joins Special Olympics athletes and their Non-Disabled Partners in competition and in partnership during their high school years, primarily though sports, training and competition (Unified Sports). The club also offers social and recreational activities. Meetings are held at least three times and year, and the members compete in Special Olympics Unified Sports.
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica (Spanish Honor Society)
Come learn about the Spanish language or the Hispanic culture. This is a great way to get recognition for excellence in Spanish classes.
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245- Peer Leaders meet periodically as needed
The mission of Sources of Strength is to prevent suicide by increasing help seeking behaviors and promoting connections between peers and caring adults. Sources of Strength Peer Leaders are a diverse group of individuals who leverage their personal and collective leadership qualities as well as their social influence in leading the charge in norming and culture change campaigns using strength-based messages to impact multiple issues including suicide.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is an elected Student Representative Association. SGA sponsors Homecoming, develops the leadership potential of members and officers, provides student representation to all students regarding school related and social issues, and provides students a link to the wider community by involving itself with select charity events throughout the year.
Technology Student Association- TSA
Meetings: 2nd Wednesday of each month, in room 805 (Silver Hall)
Dedicated exclusively to students enrolled in engineering & technology education pathway programs, Georgia Technology Student Association (TSA) chapters prepare students to be successful inventors, designers, creative problem solvers, responsible citizens and leaders in a technological society.
Thespian Troupe is an elite theatre organization that supports student advancement and improvement in theater arts. The club encourages students to attain a better mastery of language, to develop poise and self-control, and to appreciate dramatic literature. The Troupe competes in One Act, attends the Georgia Thespian Conference, and performs in several showcases throughout the year.