Central High School offers multiple
academic activities, clubs, scholastic competitions and sports
that support the academic curriculum and allow the
student to experience learning activities in a different environment.
Join one or more today!
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
The purpose of TAB is to spread the word about domestic violence, sexual assault, and teen dating violence through public efforts. Members design ads, attend statewide conferences, and may be trained to do peer presentations.
Student Cooperative Association (SCA)
The purpose of the SCA is to coordinate activities that involve the entire student body, the faculty at CHS, as well as the community. The SCA is the governing body of the school and provides leadership opportunities for those involved. All students are encouraged to become active members of the SCA; elections are held to determine officers and class representatives. Activities include Homecoming Week, class competitions, community service projects and more. If you want to help make a difference in your school, the SCA is the group to get involved in. No dues.
Advisors: Ms. Amber Corbitt and TBD
Any present or past art student may join Art Club. The Art Club does various projects, community outreach activities, and hosts visiting artists and speakers. No dues.
Advisor: Mrs. Kathy Dill
Athletic Training Club
This is a community of athletic training students dedicated to enhancing and sharing their knowledge of athletic training with each other and with the community. Any student who has taken a Sports Medicine class may join. No dues.
Advisor: Ms. Teresa Martilik
The Book Club meets monthly to discuss a book chosen by members. Its purpose is to create a deeper level of understanding and appreciation of books. No dues.
Advisor: Trip Ennis
The Champions Together builds school communities of acceptance and inclusion by engaging students with and without disabilities in interscholastic sports training and competition. For participating high schools, this program includes 3 components: interscholastic unified sports, awareness and fundraising. FlyerVideo
Advisor: Mrs. Megan Hunt
The perfect way to learn more about the theatre is to join the Drama Club. Only those interested in theatre may join. Activities include student plus class-generated productions, VHSL One-Act Competition, annual Musical production, Fall Film Festival, and the end-of-year Spring Wing production. No dues.
Advisor: Ms. Lisa Gross
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
FCCLA is open to past/present students of Family and Consumer Sciences classes. Its purpose is to promote personal growth and leadership development. Various activities are National FCCLA Week events, community service projects, state and national conferences, attendance at the Virginia State Fair and STAR event competitions. Dues $15.
Advisor: Mrs. Holly Roberts
Future Educators Association (FEA)
The FEA Chapter is an organization for students interested in pursuing a career in education. The chapter provides opportunities for leadership development, community and school service. Members explore careers in education and gain an understanding of the nature of education and role of the teacher. Anyone interested in education as a career may join. No dues.
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
The FFA is designed to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Meetings are held monthly and students may participate in 18 different contests. Any student who is currently enrolled in Agriculture Education may join. Dues $12.
Advisors: Mrs. Sherry Heishman/ Mrs. Mandy Curry
Gay & Straight Alliance (GSA)
GSA recognizes the diversity of those among us. No dues.
Advisor: Mrs. Katherine Mann
Generation 4:13 is a student-led, Christian organization that provides an atmosphere for students to engage in fellowship, sharing, and service. It is nondenominational and is open to all grade levels. No Dues.
Advisor: Mrs. Casey Morris
This club will design and implement two service projects over the course of the school year and will work in conjunction with the Woodstock Rotary Club to engage in various other service activities. Dues $5.
National Honor Society (NHS)
The NHS recognizes juniors and seniors who have maintained an academic excellence of 3.5 or better. No dues.
Advisor: Dr. Shanna McComb
Mission: To provide students with the opportunities to gain valuable knowledge and experience within the field of sport management, as well as gain managerial experience, leadership opportunities, and internship opportunities related to the subject of sport management. The Falcon Sports Management Club provides students with the opportunity to gain worthwhile contacts and networking while raising awareness of CHS Athletics throughout the campus and the Woodstock community as a whole.
The purpose of the Falcon Sports Management Club is to promote an interest in the area of sports, to bring together other students who are interested in the sports field, to prepare students for a career in the sports management profession, and to help students determine which area of this field is suitable for them.
"Sport Management" refers to the business/operations side of the sport industry. In high school, college athletics or professional sports organizations, for example, sport management professionals may be performing a wide variety of tasks, including marketing, advertising, ticket sales, ordering and maintaining equipment and supplies, planning and maintenance of sports facilities, public relations, team travel coordination, and ensuring compliance with league rules. Members receive experience in Event Planning, Game Management, In-game promotions, Sponsorships and Networking.
Advisor: Mr. Kenny Rinker
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
SADD is an organization dedicated to encouraging students to make positive life choices. Activities include Red Ribbon Week and Prom Promise. Everyone is welcome to join and participate. $5 dues.
Advisor: Mrs. Liz Miller and Mr. Eric Snyder
Teen Age Republican Club
The Teen Age Republican Club is designed to foster the idea of democracy among teenagers and to assist the county Republican Party and the Shenandoah County Women’s Republican Club. Activities include assisting in Lincoln Day Dinner ceremonies and volunteering outside the school in election campaigns and Republican meetings. Anyone may join. Dues are two canned/boxed goods.
Advisors: Mrs. Gail Gilbert
Youth and Government
The Youth and Government Club provides opportunities for leadership development and community service, promotes self-confidence and self-esteem, increases community awareness and global education and provides knowledge about Virginia Government. Activities include a mock election, baking cookies for the Empty Bowl Dinner, Model General Assembly, Model Executive Government Conference, and a Mock Trial. Any student with an interest in government and politics may join. Dues $13.
Advisor: Mr. Ken Mason