FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)

FCCLA is a dynamic and effective student organization that helps young people become leaders and address important personal, family, work, and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education.

Thanks to this year's outgoing 2015-2016 FCCLA Officers.  They did a tremendous job leading, and will be missed!  

Zoe Patton--President

Ansley Maddox--First Vice President

Megan Karles--Vice President--Assistant to the Adviser

Anna Cowart--Vice President of Community and School Outreach

Destiny Hale--Vice President of Membership

Peyton McCay--Vice President of Correspondance and Finance

Burke Booth--6th grade junior officer

Cameron McElhannon--6th grade junior officer

Riley Fulcher--6th grade junior officer

Congratulations to this year's upcoming FCCLA officer team!  Additional spots will be available at the beginning of the next school year for interested members!  Check announcements for details and dates!

Anabelle Chapman--President 2016-2017

Burke Booth--First Vice President

Peyton McCay--Vice President--Assistant to the Adviser


Involvement with FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life-planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication necessary in the home, community and the workplace. Students are able to travel to leadership meetings, compete in state and national competitions, and help their communities by coordinating service projects.
Students can participate in many in school and out of school activities

Field trips
• Fall Rally at the Georgia National Fair, Perry-each October
• FCCLA Day at the Falcons
• FCCLA Day at the Hawks
• FCCLA Day at the Capital-each February
• FCCLA State Leadership Meeting-each March
• FCCLA Summer Leadership Camp-each June

• Catering Committee-plans menus for socials and handles in-school fund  raisers; prepares items for PRIDE reward days
• Socials Committee-plans after school activities, parties
• Community Service Committee-coordinates community activities

Competitions-members are eligible to plan and implement their own projects and earn recognition in STAR Events, FCCLA's national competitions. Informational meetings begin in October; region competition is at MCMS in February, state competition in March, and national competition in July

 Parties and Socials-monthly after school-games, snacks, and prizes!

Members will have fun and bond with each other through leadership games, fun meetings, and cool competitions.

  • To Join

    Dues are $15 and should be paid within the first 2 weeks of each quarter. See Mrs. Coker to sign up today in room 1009. You must pay your dues before attending FCCLA on Club Day.