Clubs and Activities
We are a peer support, mental health awareness, and prevention club serving Pomeroy Jr/Sr High School. We are proud partners of Pomeroy Partnership for Healthy Families. All students 7th-12th grade are welcome to join! Our mission is to encourage positive peer relationships and engage in our community to prevent substance use, violence, and bullying and raise mental health awareness among students.
Advisor: Kellie Lassiter
National Honor Society:
The purpose of the Pomeroy Chapter of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of our high school. Students are selected for membership based on a weighted GPA of at least 3.25 as well as their service to the school and community, positive leadership in and out of school, and good character. We do two service projects a year.
Advisor: Evelyn McCoard
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in public and private school through grade 12. FCCLA offers resources and opportunities for students learn about and pursue careers that support families. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education. The Pomeroy chapter members participate by competing in STAR Events at the regional and national levels through projects related to community service, food production, interior design, fashion design and more, as well as building leadership skills by fundraising and taking leading roles in their school and community.
Advisor: Laura Wommack
Future Business Leaders of America is the premier organization for student leaders preparing for careers in business, management, entrepreneurship, and technology.
For over 70 years FBLA has been the place where more than 15 million students have found the keys to unlocking the doors to career success, personal achievement, and business leadership. Along with the Middle Level and Collegiate Division (Phi Beta Lambda), FBLA is the place where business and education comes to life for students!
Through FBLA's motto of SERVICE, EDUCATION, and PROGRESS, Pomeroy students participate in innovative leadership and career development programs that bring them together with other members and the community on the local, regional, state, and national levels.
Advisor: Tammy Domras
Pep Club is for every student in grades 9-12 at Pomeroy High. The original bylaws stated the premise of Pep Club: “Pirate Pep Club is devoted to promoting spirit at all Pomeroy High School activities.” In the early 1990’s Pep Club and the Orange “P” Letterman’s Club morphed together to become one. Generally, the activities the Club supports are athletic, and they do that through sponsoring poster-parties, rooters’ buses, spirit assemblies, and treat-bags during Homecoming, Winterfest, and Spring Fling. They sit together in the northeast section of the bleachers in the gym and in the western-most section of the football field bleachers cheering for PHS teams. Dues are set by the Club members each year, traditionally set at $5.
Advisor: Toddette McGreevy
Knowledge Bowl is open to every student in grades 9-12. The competition is “Trivia Pursuit with buzzer bars,” where teams from our area schools compete monthly. Pomeroy teams have been successful over the years, many times qualifying for the State competition in March and bringing home a trophy on multiple occasions. Practices are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunchtime beginning in October and ending in March (State is usually the 3rd Saturday in March). Matches are held once-a-month in neighboring schools or churches. There are no costs associated with being in KB, other than each member must have a Pomeroy High School ASB.
Advisor: Toddette McGreevy
Is a student led organization that develops premier leadership, personal growth, career success. We are one of the premier leadership organizations in the school. We are intra-curricular (meaning that this program builds on classroom instruction). We offer a ton of opportunities for students, including mechanics, livestock evaluation, parliamentary procedure, public speaking, and agriculture issues. Being a part of our program will build your resume, earn you scholarship opportunities, give you the potential to earn money, and earn help recognition in our community.
How do I join FFA?
You must be enrolled in an ag class each year you are in FFA. Any class that Mr. Kimble teaches qualifies. You must then pay $30 dues and also purchase an ASB card.
Advisor: Kyle Kimble