High School Clubs
These clubs are available for high school students. A list of these along with a description are also available in the High School Handbook.
- Battle of the Books
- Creative Writing / Young Poets
- Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
- FCA - Fellowship of Chrisitan Athletes
- Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
- Future Farmers of America (FFA)
- Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA)
- National Honor Society (NHS)
- National Senior BETA Club
- Renaissance Action Team (RAT Pack)
- Science Club
- Student Council
- Visual Arts Club
- Yarn Club
Students read and compete with trivia with a set book list. We will compete with each other and have tournaments with other schools! Students can form their own teams of 3-5 students or they can sign up and let the librarian place them on a team. Practices will be after school every other Wednesday. Sign up in the library.
b. Yearly membership fee is $30.00 (This includes but is not limited to yearly tee-shirt, National Beta Membership Fee, Graduation Chords)
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education as determined by the state department of education. FCCLA has over 160,000 members and more than 5,400 chapters from 47 state associations, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. The organization has involved more than 10 million people since its founding in 1945.
FCCLA: The Ultimate Leadership Experience is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. It is the only career and technical in-school student organization with family as its central focus. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities. Dues: $20.00
To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church.
Who can attend huddle meetings?
FCA Is not just for Athletes but a platform used to facilitate sharing the word of Jesus Christ? Anyone can attend but must know that We will be studying the word of God, while sharing the Love of Jesus Christ. FCA IS student led and FCA leaders and members must remember THEY ARE REPRESENTING AND FOLLOWER OF JESUS CHRIST.
MEETINGS will be held Wednesday mornings 7:30a.m. In the Library or Auxiliary gym for games, food, fellowship, and Worship.
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc (FBLA_PBL) is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business and every job you might want in a business. FBLA prepares students for “real world” professional experiences.
Members gain the competitive edge for college and career successes. Dues $20.00
The White House Heritage FFA Chapter is active in FFA activities, Career Development Events, and Community Service projects. Career Development Events provide opportunities for students to enhance specific skills in a contest setting and include Horse Evaluation, Ag Sales, Food Science, Dairy Judging, Vet Science, and many more. The chapter also participates in other events such as the National FFA Convention, the Tennessee State FFA Convention, Camp Clements Leadership Training Camp, 212/360 Leadership Workshop, National FFA Week, and more. Past community service projects have supported breast cancer awareness, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, and local causes. A favorite project of many students is working at the Last Minute Toy Store each Christmas season. Students participate in stocking shelves, moving toys, and shopping with the “customers”. FFA members are also extremely active in the White House Heritage Mini Farm project designed to provide hands on experiences with livestock.
Being enrolled in an agriculture class at least one semester each school year is a requirement of membership. Classes include Agriscience (1st year members), Small Animal Science, Large Animal Science, Veterinary Science, Principles of Agribusiness, Organizational Leadership and Communication, and Agricultural Business and Finance. Membership dues are included in the class fee of $20.00 paid once a year.
To be eligible for HOSA, you must be interested in the healthcare field, pay the HOSA fee of $20.00, and maintain a "C" average in all your classes. There will be more information to come when you join our HOSA Club. WWW.HOSA.org.
character for membership.
Patatonics is the White House Heritage contemporary A Cappella group. This is an advanced auditioned ensemble that performs only a cappella music. This ensemble was founded in 2017 and performs a variety of contemporary arrangements from the pop and rock genres.
This ensemble presents several concerts throughout the year in conjunction with the choral department in addition to competing in the International Competition for High School Acapella.
This a group of chosen students that will work to plan the incentives and the achievement measurements for the students at Heritage. Students must apply to be chosen for this fun and rewarding experience during the first week of school. There are no dues.
The Heritage Robotics program consist of multiple teams, each designing and building their own robot to compete. Robotics has a focus on engineering, mathematics, computer programming, teamwork, and 21st century Skills.
Students are challenged through the Engineering Design Process to define needs, develop ideas, create prototypes, and test their creations in internal and external competitions. During this process, students will learn time management, stress management, creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.
The goal of the Science Club is to develop scientific skills and increase knowledge on topics related to science. Dues are $10 to cover the cost of materials needed for activities during club meetings. Contact Nancy Saragusa or Mattie Underwood if you have any questions.
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to create a skilled workforce for the nation. SkillsUSA provides students a program of study including citizenship and leadership as well as professional and technical skills to become “Champions at Work.” While the White House Heritage Chapter is focused in the Digital Arts program, students pursuing any Career and Technical Education program are invited to join to participate in the organization’s activities and competitive events.
Works with class officers and volunteers from all classes to plan, organize and put together Homecoming activities, the Annual Talent Extravaganza, Winter Formal Dance and a service project. We meet once a week before school at 7:30.