Description: A work-based learning program available to seniors to provide hands on experience through both classroom instruction and paid employment in the areas of Marketing Sales, Hospitality, and Customer Service.
Description: Students across campus, who share a love of art, come together to build relationships and feel a sense of belonging. The club participates in school events, donates to causes and interacts with other schools in the parish (when invited). The club also takes an annual field trip to NOMA, which is some students’ first time seeing masterpieces in person or visiting any type of art installation/exhibit.
Description: DECA is an international association of high school and college students studying marketing, management and entrepreneurship in business, finance, hospitality and marketing sales and service. Students in Grades 9-12 who have an interest in the field of marketing and retailing are invited to join DECA. DECA members have the opportunity to: participate in Toys for Tots, participate in a candy fundraiser, attend the Louisiana DECA Competitive Excellence Conference, attend the Louisiana Sports and Marketing Entertainment Conference and attend a New Orleans Basketball game, attend Louisiana DECA Career Development Conference
Sponsors: Katie Denova, Bonnie McCallister, Eden Schexnayder, and Erin Vidrine
Description: FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. All students must be enrolled in an AgriScience class.
LA JOBS FOR AMERICA'S GRADUATES CAREER ASSOCIATION
Sponsor: Rachael Breazeale and Travis Smothers
Description: Students enrolled in JAG are automatically part of the JAG Career Association. The club goes along with all of the skills learned in class. Members are required to complete 15 hours of community service.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Sponsor: Jamie Andrews
Fee: $25 (includes a shirt)
Description: National Honor Society members are actively involved in programs such as Linking Lives and Habitat for Humanity which allow personal growth by learning empathy for those less fortunate.
Description: Students will receive the much needed introduction into the tech world. By offering student work to the community, we hope to advance our community with low cost services while giving students real-world experiences.
Description: Senior mentors are chosen to serve as positive role models & leaders for the Freshman class. They are responsible for leading all SPEAR lessons and helping to spread EA culture, traditions, and leadership.
Description: Students will collaborate to create culturally enriching items to compete at the annual state convention. Students will also organize school-wide events for cultural awareness of Latino community presence.