Aises Club (American Indian Science and Engineering Society)
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Marks
Advisor Email: email@example.com
Description: The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers. It is our goal that we encourage students to participate in activities and workshops that promote the sciences and math in education. We continue to encourage and participate in conferences that support the vision of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) for the next seven generations of Native people to be successful, respected, influential, and contributing members of our vast and ever-changing global community.
Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Corcoran
Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: FHS Anime club is dedicated to providing a place for students to belong to while viewing anime and learning about Japanese culture. The club gives students an opportunity to meet peers with similar interests and to provide a structured environment for learning not only about Japanese culture, but about the impact of anime and Japanese culture on its own society and others.
FCCLA, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Auble
Sponsor email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in public and private school through grade 12. FCCLA offers intra-curricular resources and opportunities for students to pursue careers that support families. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.
Description: CHICCS... it is an acronym not an identity and it stands for Characters Helping Initiate Change through Community Service. Our goal is to improve our school and the community around us by volunteering our time to make FHS, Flagstaff, and this world better; our projects are determined by the members, so our opportunities are limitless.
Faculty Sponsor: Ms.Cuevas
Sponsor Email: email@example.com
Description: The FHS Drama Club is a club where students are given opportunities to explore the vast world of theatrical arts, including acting, design, and technical skills. In addition to social events, educational workshops, and travel opportunities like our summer trip to Broadway in New York City, this club annually produces a Winter Play, a themed cabaret, and a Spring Musical.
FHS Pride Club
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Mandzuch
Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The Gay Straight Alliance is a club dedicated to providing a safe space for students involved in the LGBT+ community on our campus. We discuss relevant topics, plan group events, promote school-wide equality, put together fundraisers, host guest speakers, and enjoy conversation.
FHS Writing Club
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Baxter
Sponsor Email: email@example.com
Description: The FHS Writing Club was established to encourage the students of Flagstaff High School to expand their definition of "writing" and open themselves up to the creative aspects of writing. Additionally, it serves to act as the stage on which these students can share their work and creativity; it serves to act as the stage on which their voice will be heard. This shall be accomplished through various writing activities in multiple forms; poetic, lyrical, scriptural, narrational, improvisational, and more. The club hopes to strengthen their confidence and written skills via the means of our written activities. Of course, this club is open to every FHS student, and everyone participating in the club will have a say in how things are operated, as well as who is chosen to fill officer positions. Additional information will be listed in the club constitution, or, can be obtained from the club sponsor, Mr. Baxter.
Girls Who Code
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Minister
Sponsor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The Girls Who Code club was established to give all FHS students, especially those underprivileged and underrepresented, a chance to learn computer coding skills in a safe and supportive environment. The purpose of this club is to help all members develop a better understanding of computer coding and its possibilities, while building meaningful connections and community along the way. It is a student-led club, relying on leadership, initiative, and camaraderie to run efficiently. Girls Who Code at FHS is directly in contact with and a part of the Girls Who Code Organization. This national non-profit organization works to close the gender gap in technology by educating, equipping, and inspiring girls/students with computing skills they will need to pursue 21st century opportunities.
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Askew
Advisor Email: email@example.com
Description: The Humanitarian Club gives students the chance to promote the welfare of humanity by helping those in need. We aim to help countries who are suffering from various difficulties and crises. By educating the public, we hope to increase awareness about the atrocities endured by fellow human beings. Our fundraisers will focus on providing relief to those in need within our community, as well as abroad.
Hispanic Culture Club
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Brandel
Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Hello Flagstaff High School. Would you like to be a part of our family? We invite you to learn and celebrate the rich and diverse cultures of Hispanic America. The Hispanic Culture Club is a place where you can feel at home. We hope to see you!
Hola Flagstaff High School, ¿te gustaría ser parte de nuestra familia? Te invitamos a que aprendas y celebres las ricas y diversas culturas de Hispanoamérica. El club de cultura hispana es un lugar dónde puedes sentirte como en casa. ¡Esperamos verte ahí!
Mountain Bike Club
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Gandy
Sponsor Email: email@example.com
Description: To provide students with the desire to mountain bike with coaching and camaraderie that will help them to achieve both competitive and non-competitive goals in a safe and enjoyable manner. Check out our Facebook page for more information: Mountain Bike Club
Native American Club
Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Marks
Sponsor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: The Native American club works to foster the spiritual, mental, physical, and social emotional well-being of our Native American youth. We seek to help build strong, unified, and self-reliant Native Americans through greater youth involvement and community volunteering. The Native American Club seeks to build in activities that foster leadership and citizenship as well as mentor other young Native American people. The FHS Native American Club continues to host the City of Flagstaff's longest running pow wow and gathering of Native American communities, now going on 41 years.
Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Klecker
Sponsor Email: email@example.com
Description: The purpose of the club is to engage students in preparing for the trip to Catalina Island Marine Institute and to network with other students that enjoy the ocean and want to work in a related field after high school. We meet monthly (or more, as needed) to plan and organize fundraisers and to work on hands-on projects related to marine science and oceanographic studies.
Prayze - Bible Club
Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Graham
Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Prayze is a student-led Bible study group that meets weekly to support students who are either Christian or interested in the Christian faith. In addition, the group occasionally participates in fundraisers and community service projects outside the school day.
Star Wars Club
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Steiger
Advisor Email: email@example.com
Description: The Star Wars Club is a club at FHS for people to get together and talk about Star Wars. The club is primarily a place to create friendships and to bond with other Star Wars fans. There are many community service and travel opportunities for all interested members, as well as more laid-back gaming days and movie nights.
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Stanley
Advisor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Tabletop Club is a club made for people who love to play RP tabletop, board, and card games. We provide an all-inclusive safe space for students to get together and socialize and make friends. Come check us out, you might just find some new interests or game you love to play!
Veteran's Heritage Project
Description: VHP documents the lives and experiences of the men and women who have served the United States in: World War II, Korea, Viet Nam, the Gulf Wars, and Afghanistan. As a member, have the opportunity to interview outstanding human beings about their service, archive your interview in the Library of Congress, Create a narrative of your veteran’s story that will be published in Volume X of Since You Asked, Develop life-long skills of: writing, editing, listening, speaking, project management, and technology.