Named Liberty County’s Youth Organization of the year in 2016, the FPCA Interact Club is an active community service organization. Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people ages 12–18. The FPCA Interact club is sponsored the Hinesville Rotary Club, which provides support and guidance. Each year, the Interact Club completes at least 2 community service projects, one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill. Through these efforts, students develop a network of friendships and learn the importance of developing leadership skills and personal integrity. Interact Members also have the opportunity to participate in the Rotary Speech Contest and compete for college scholarships.
The FPCA Student Council gives students a chance to help make decisions about our school. In addition to being a wonderful learning experience, it demonstrates to the students that they have a voice in the school and that adults value their input. The biggest value of the Student Council, however, is to provide students with a model of the democratic decision-making process. Student Council members are looked upon as the voice of the student body, capable of seeing many advancements and projects come into action. Leadership is the keyword for a successful student council, and each of the FPCA Student Council members display fantastic amounts of leadership.
The Spanish Club is comprised of students currently taking, or that have taken in the past, Spanish classes. We sponsor activities that promote understanding and goodwill among different ethnic groups and enhance creativity in diversity. The club sponsors films, festivals, activities and travel to provide authentic Hispanic cultural experiences and disseminate the traditions and customs of the Spanish-speaking community.
YALL (Young Adult Liberty Leaders)
Select Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are allowed to participated in the YALL (Young Adult Liberty Leaders) program run through the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce. The slots for this program are very sought after by high school students throughout our community and should be looked at as an honor and a privilege. Students in this organization attend monthly meetings at local government agencies around our county to learn about leadership. Students also take trips to Liberty County’s industrial facilities, hospitals, historical sites and more.
Coding the Future
Coding the future brings high school students with an interest in computer programming together to share their talents. From practical applications of algorithms to theoretical solutions, this club explores the possibilities of technology.
The “Y” Club program provides thousands of middle and high school students with a school-based structured environment to develop leadership skills, understand the importance of civic responsibility, and enhance community through monthly school and community service projects. “Y” Club is open to all middle and high school students. The “Y” Club’s purpose is “To create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. The FPCA “Y” Club travels to the State Capital each year to participate in the Georgia United Nations Assembly.