Middle School Clubs

FPD middle school students can select from a range of club options to explore their interests through after-school as well as in-school meetings and activities. Select clubs participate in competitions both locally and statewide. Others participate in service projects and fellowship opportunities.

Middle School Robotics Club
Adviser: Kristen Kreutner

The Robotics Club is tasked with finding unique and innovative ways to solve pertinent scientific issues by creating specialized systems and machines out of LEGOs. These teams travel around the state to demonstrate their quick wit and mechanical know-how in various fast-paced competitions.

TOME Literary Society
Adviser: Ruth Neyman 

This club is all about reading good books and studying literature. As part of a larger national organization, the TOME Literacy Society encourages a love for reading by hosting reading competitions, book reviews, and book-related art activities.

High School Clubs

In high school, students begin to refine their skills and interests. FPD offers a variety of academic clubs as well as leadership clubs, so students can participate in competitions, projects, and club meetings with students who share similar interests.

Advanced Programming Club
Adviser: Larry Carpenter

For students interested in coding and JAVA script. Learn more about computer programming and coding languages.

Art Club
Adviser: Nancy Butler

The Art Club encourages engagement in creative endeavors for student artists. Students have opportunities to collaborate on artwork as well as use their talents to serve at community art camps.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Adviser: Holly Scott

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) inspires and equips student-athletes to be Christian leaders on and off the field.

History Club
Adviser: Shane Hall

FPD’s History Club is for students with a passion for all types of history. The focus of the club will be to compete in the Middle Georgia History Day Competition (a part of National History Day). Additional activities will include attending lectures at local colleges and exploring nearby historical sites and museums.

Honor Council
Adviser: Bob Veazey

A student from each high school grade is nominated by his/her classmates to the Honor Council. Along with the administration and teachers, these students serve as the jury in cases that arise in the school. These student leaders are vital in helping the student body adhere to the FPD Honor Code and ensure a positive and productive learning environment for all students.

Mock Trial Team
Adviser: Kristy Alvarez

The Mock Trial Team allows students to practice their legal skills in a mock courtroom setting. Students compete in an annual mock trial competition.

National Honors Society
Adviser: Holly Scott

When students join the National Honors Society, they are becoming a part of a prestigious organization dating back to 1921. NHS distinguishes students who have committed themselves to the pursuit of academic excellence, community improvement, and personal development. These students must retain a high academic standing as well as go above and beyond in their community service outreach efforts.

Mu Alpha Theta
Adviser: Molly Pearson

Mu Alpha Theta is a math honors society. Its main goals are to inspire keen interest in mathematics, develop strong scholarship in the subject, and promote the enjoyment of mathematics

Pep Club
Adviser: Shane Hall

Students help pump up the spirit and cheer on their peers at athletic events and activities.

Pickleball Club
Adviser: Johnny Morton

The Pickleball Club is a favorite among high school students. Participants enjoy Sunday afternoon skill lessons and matches on FPD’s Pearson-Wall Pickleball Courts.

Praise Band
Adviser: Katie Kemper

The FPD Praise Band performs at chapels and various school events.

Robotics Team
Adviser:  Tami Tesch-Jerles

Students in 9th – 12th grade design, build, and program robots, get hands-on programming and rapid-prototyping experience; apply real-world math and science concepts. They are encouraged to document the engineering process and develop problem-solving, organizational, and team-building skills.

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Spanish Club
Advisers: Lydia Gray and Lisette Funk

The Spanish Club creates a fun learning environment outside of the classroom for students interested in expanding their language skills. Members learn about Spanish culture, events, and food during different club-sponsored events throughout the year. Members also perform community service.

Student Activities Committee
Adviser: Kristy Alvarez

The Student Activities Committee (SAC) helps plan student events including school dances and community gatherings.

TOME Literary Society
Adviser: Ruth Neyman 

This club is all about reading good books and studying literature. As part of a larger national organization, the TOME Literacy Society encourages a love for reading by hosting reading competitions, book reviews, and book-related art activities.

Video Game Club
Adviser: Matt Buren

The Video Game Club brings together students who like to engage in video games, both as teams and as individual players.