Pike County High School Clubs

Welcome to Pike County High School Clubs!

Students at PCHS are afforded the opportunity to participate in a variety of service organizations, honor societies, as well as groups associated with specific subjects or classes. We encourage students to become involved in extracurricular activities, as they provide opportunities to pursue interests as well as hone skills like leadership, planning, and community service. Below you will find the clubs available to PCHS students, along with the name of the club sponsor. Click on the club for more information.

**If there is a club or student organization in which you DO NOT give your permission for your child to participate please email Principal, Mr. Kevin Huffstetler at huffstk@pike.k12.ga.us. Please include the name(s) of your student(s), grade level, and the clubs or organizations that are restricted for your student(s).** 

Helpful Resources

Alphabetic List of Active Clubs

Bass Club

Sponsor: John Kovzel

Best Buddies

Sponsor: Holly Cantrell

Beta Club

Sponsor: Liz Fordham

Chess Club

Sponsor: Cody Helms

Cody Helms

Drama Club

Sponsor: Lori Bush

FFA (Agriculture)

Sponsors: Brandi BaadeGreg WaitsShane MooreShannon Bartlett

  • Mission: The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

    Past / Future Activities:

    • Floral Design Workshop
    • Officer Meetings
    • Region Rally
    • Livestock Judging Clinic
    • Slow Exposures Wait Staff Volunteering
    • Various Agricultural and Leadership Competitions
    • Concord Jubilee
    • Greenhand / Success Conference
    • Summer Camp
    • Livestock Show
    • Livestock Judging Competitions

FCA (Christian Athletes)

Sponsor: Shane Moore

Mission: To present to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.

Past / Future Activities:

  • Meetings
  • FCA Donut Day
  • Fields of Faith
  • See you at the Pole

Foreign Language Club

Sponsors: Lori ShankKatie Avila

Purpose: The purpose of the Foreign Language Club is to explore cultures around the world.

Past / Future Events:

  • We meet once a month to discuss a particular culture or a specific holiday. Students are encouraged to bring international foods/dishes to the meetings for other students to sample.
  • Sometimes we do craft projects related to particular holidays, such as Day of the Dead and Mardi Gras.
  • We have taken cultural field trips to see the works of Salvador Dali or Frida Kahlo at the High Museum, the dances of Spain and Mexico at a Performing Arts Center or the World Culture Expo at Turner Field.

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

Sponsor: Taylor Norton


The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.


The purpose of HOSA-Future Health Professionals is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.  

Past / Future Activities:

  • Community blood pressure screenings at Freshway Market
  • Special events scheduled at Pike Manor Assisted Living Center
  • Red Cross Blood Drive donor recruitment
  • Partnership with Three Rivers AHEC and development of the Pirate Academy (offers career development opportunities/scholarships to PCHS students)
  • Fund raising events and involvement with Sensory Day (hosted by Pike County Sped department)
  • Leadership Conferences with Ga HOSA/State Competition with Ga HOSA

National Honor Art Society

Sponsor:  Elizabeth Sheain

For more than 40 years, the National Art Honor Society programs have provided national recognition and opportunities for students who exhibit outstanding scholarship in the visual arts, and for their teachers. Participation in NAHS provides students , faculty, school, and community with invaluable benefits–including peer recognition, leadership growth opportunities, college and career preparation, recognition of your art program, and so much more!

National Honor Society (NHS)

Sponsor: Laura Douglas

NOTE: This club is for juniors and seniors only. 

By empowering, championing, and recognizing well-rounded students, NHS provides schools with a values-based framework to evaluate a culture of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. 

Past / Future Activities:

  • Pirate Pride
  • Nothing but Net—Malaria nets for the UN
  • Turning the Tide—Laundry detergent and hygiene items drive
  • Salvation Army Bellringing
  • No Sew Blankets for homeless shelter
  • Kitten Food Donations for Winging Cat Rescue
  • Little Free Library
  • Relay for Life

National Science Honor Society

Sponsor: Tammy Gillies

Mission: America has been honoring brilliant students through honor societies since 1921. Educators began to notice the need for subject specific honor societies in America’s high schools in the 1980’s. Since then, new honor societies have sprung up to recognize and encourage students in such areas as English, Art, French, and Spanish. Until now, there has been no national honor society for Science. In this era of rapidly changing technologies and scientific advancement, it is time to encourage and recognize high school students in the Sciences. 

Past / Future Activities:

·         STEM Expo

·         Partnering with the elementary school for special science days

·         Science tutoring

Student Council

Sponsor: Laura Douglas

The Purpose of Student Council is to give students opportunities to participate in community and school service.

Past / Future Activities:

  • Homecoming Court Organization
  • Relay for Life Organization
  • Organizing the Senior Picnic
  • Additional volunteer hours as required by the clubThe 

Tri-M Music Honor Society 

Sponsor: Lee Ewing

Mission: “The mission of the PCHS Senior Tri-M chapter is to recognize superior 10th – 12th grade music students and offer opportunities for service to the community, as well as professional growth through audience experience.”

Past / Future Activities:

  • Collect boxes for Christmas charity
  • Various service projects
  • Painted school sign
  • Visit to Fox Theatre to watch a musical
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Pike County High School can be reached by connecting with our central administration office. You may find the appropriate contact information below.
  • 331 Pirate Dr, Zebulon, GA 30295
  • (770) 567-8770
  • info@pike.k12.ga.us