An important aspect of the student experience is the opportunity to explore new activities, expand current interests, and develop leadership and citizenship.
We encourage you to participate in extracurricular activities here. These activities promote leadership skills and give you the opportunity to make new friends with shared interests, and have fun while building your resume. Call the Jr/Sr High School Office at 937-378-6730, to learn more about these and other opportunities.
Join one of our many student organizations and choose your own level of involvement.
Student Organizations Include -
Art Club: Art Club is an after-school club every Monday from 2:30-3:30pm. We are open to all grade levels and full year attendance is not required. We do a variety of Art projects and Open Studio time for students to work on their own projects. We also have a calendar of projects submitted to the public.
FCCLA: Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
FFA: Future Farmers of America
Girl Strong: #GirlStrong is a student-driven mentoring program, facilitated by high school girls, that focuses on empowering younger girls to be healthy and confident. Small group discussions and various forms of physical activity are used to help them set new goals and overcome challenges. High school mentors are selected in November and work through the winter to prepare for the season with the elementary girls in the spring. The program is open to any 3rd-6th-grade girl after school on Tuesday and Thursday's for eight weeks, beginning in March. We host a final celebratory run to commence each season.
G-Men L.E.A.D . : G-Men L.E.A.D. is a youth fitness/mentoring club that is designed to empower preteen boys at Georgetown Exempted Village Schools who are in 5th and 6th grade. The goal of our club is to give these students a good foundation of leadership skills before they reach teenhood.
National Honor Society: The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.