Clubs & Activities
Clubs meet Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at Creek during RISE.
Research affrims that students who are involved in school activities excel in the classroom and are engaged in the ongoing improvement of school improvement - there truly is something for everyone at Creek!
- Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
- National Honor Society
- Students Against Destructive Decisions Club (SADD)
- Student Government
- Future Farmers of America
- Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Health Occupational Advisor: Mrs. Justine Hardy
To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development for all healthcare education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the healthcare community.
The Hands of HOSA Mold the Health of Tomorrow
• A student-led organization of future health professionals
• One of 10 national career and technical student organizations endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education
• An integral component of Health Science Education
• Develops future leaders for the healthcare delivery system
• HOSA is 100% healthcare
Circle--continuity of healthcare
Triangle--social, physical, and mental well-being
Hands--the caring of each HOSA member
Colors--maroon, medical white, and navy blue
- To promote physical, mental, and social well-being;
- To develop effective leadership qualities and skills;
- To develop the ability to communicate more effectively with people;
- To develop character;
- To develop responsible citizenship traits;
- To understand the importance of pleasing oneself as well as being of service to others;
National Honor Society Advisor: Mrs. Brittany Dingle
Meetings will be held on Fridays.
- Excuses from meetings must be approved. Any missed meeting must be “made up” in a manner approved by the NHS Faculty Advisor.
- Attendance will be recorded at every meeting – It is your responsibility to make sure that you sign the attendance sheet.
- It is the student’s responsibility to maintain and submit a record of service hours using the required form. Service logs are due by the end of April each year.
- NHS members are required to pay $20 in dues by December each year they are a member.
- NHS members must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5, and a clean disciplinary record.
- All active members and inductees must attend the formal induction ceremony each year
- Meetings will be held in D101 and shall begin promptly at 2:40 pm
- Seniors are required to attend 14 meetings, and complete 40 total hours (20 + 20) of service in order to be eligible for a cord
- Juniors are required to attend 14 meetings, and complete 20 hours of service in order to run for an NHS office in their senior year.
NHS is re-cycling ink/toner cartridges and cell phones. Please bring any of these items to the front office to support this program.
FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.
FFA was created in 1928 as the Future Farmers of America; however, the name was changed to the National FFA Organization in 1988 to reflect the growing diversity of agriculture.
Today, more than 500,000 student members are engaged in a wide range of agricultural education activities, leading to over 300 career opportunities in the agricultural science, food, fiber and natural resources industry. Student success remains the primary mission of FFA.
As an FFA member, you’ll work on developing your potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. By participating in competitions, degree programs, conferences, state and national conventions, community service projects, summer camps and chapter committees, you’ll grow in ways that utilize your talents and help you develop important leadership skills.
The key to success in FFA is to get involved!
Future Business Leaders of America Advisor: Kacithia Wright
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.
If you’re interested in developing your leadership, communication, and teamwork skills, FBLA is the organization for you. Contact Battery Creek FBLA Advisor, Kacithia L. Wright.
FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. FBLA-PBL’s programs focus on:
- Leadership Development—members develop essential soft skills by holding chapter officer positions at the local, state, and national levels; by networking with accomplished business professionals; and by participating in business-focused workshops, seminars, and academic competitions.
- Academic Competitions—members demonstrate their business expertise at high-profile regional, state, and national competitive events. The top students are recognized with trophies and cash awards. Learn more about FBLA, PBL, and FBLA-Middle Level competitive events.
- Educational Programs—members create career portfolios, enhance their knowledge with world-recognized skills certifications, and have access to select college scholarships. Learn more about educational programs for FBLA, PBL, and FBLA-Middle Level.
- Membership Benefits—members receive exclusive discounts and enhanced benefits for travel, education, and more. Learn about the benefits available to FBLA, PBL, and FBLA-Middle Level members.
- Community Service—members work with the March of Dimes to help end premature births by participating in awareness campaigns and the March for Babies fundraiser. Discover how FBLA, PBL, and FBLA-Middle Level members support the March of Dimes.
- Awards & Recognition—members build a portfolio of accomplishments with a wide range of awards programs. Learn more about FBLA, PBL, and FBLA-Middle Level awards programs.
- Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students, with over 196,950 members and more than 5,200 chapters.
- FBLA-Middle Level (FBLA-ML) for junior high and middle school students, with over 21,900 members and more than 750 chapters.
- Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for college students, with over 8,000 members and more than 350 chapters.
- Professional Division (PD) for FBLA-PBL alumni, business professionals, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association, with over 3,900 members.
FBLA Fact Sheet: https://www.fbla-pbl.org/media/2019%E2%80%9320-PBL-Fact-Sheet.pdf