Clubs and Organizations


Welcome to the Clubs and Organizations page... 

please see descriptions and contact info for each group below.

AFJROTC drill team and color guard.  AFJROTC is a citizenship program designed to "Build Better Citizens" 
The drill team and color guard meet on Tuesday and Thursday where they practice to compete in drill competitions throughout the state of Florida. 
Cadets learn about how to be successful in life, leadership and their communities.  The more technical part of the program involves the study of Life Skills, Science of Flight, Aviation History, and Space Exploration. We complete numerous community service projects.

Art Club


Interested in Art? Come join the art club where members will create the annual “Holiday board” and get a chance to work on/create art projects in the open studio time.

Meeting schedule: Every Tuesday from 2:15-3:15 in room 1-098.



Sponsor: Chelsea Schlaffer

Visual Arts Teacher

437- 7540 ext. 1599

The American Sign Language Club

2017-18 information TBA





Band Director:  Mr. John Seth

437-7540 ext 4109

FPC has a 240 piece Marching Band that preforms throughout Football Season and has 13 straight years of Superior ratings.

There are also 3 Symphonic Concert Bands that preform in various concerts and competitions from November through April.



The Starlets are open to membership by audition with flags, rifles, and dance. It is a Band class that meets (for credit) every day. The Starlets are the auxiliary part,(providing the visual effect) of the Flagler Palm Coast High School Marching Band which performs at halftime football games. After the fall season ends, the Starlets develop indoor routines (winter guard) to compete with schools and festivals around the state. To become a Starlet requires dedication, responsibility and hard work. Auditions are held in the spring for the following year’s team. 
Coaches:  Ruth Albert and Lauren Albert

Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide free, one-on-one tutoring to children with learning disabilities, as well as to serve as positive role models for our younger participants, in exchange for community service hours.


Benefits: College Recommendations, Job Experience, New Friendships, & Volunteer Community Service Hours.

Join Flagler BrainChild

Club Name: Flagler BrainChild (A High-School, After-School, Volunteer Tutoring Program for Students with Disabilities, Serving Grades PK-12).

Sponsor & Tutor Supervisor: Susan McVeigh, ESE Parent Specialist, (386) 586-2395, Ext. 2105.

Monday through Wednesday Tutoring Site: Government Services Building, 3rd. Floor, Room 3 (Transportation available from FPCHS to GSB via the Opossum Bus #21404, at 2:00 p.m. However, volunteers must provide their own transportation home from the GSB).

Tutoring Times: 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. and/or 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., M, T, & Wed

Our purpose is to teach a sophisticated game to young students so they can compete at the national level and include that tournament on their college applications.  The top Universities  in the country  have bridge teams that compete at nationals.  IE: MIT , Stanford , Cornell,Yale , Harvard , Cal Poly tech. 

It is Not for Old Ladies Anymore

by Raianne Heading

    I am sure many of you have heard of your grandparents playing bridge, which leads to the assumption that it is a game for older people. That could not be further from the truth, especially here in Florida where there are a lot of kids that play bridge. Every summer I go to the youth nationals, which take place in large cities like Chicago and Las Vegas, and there are at least 100 kids that play and many of them are from Florida. If you are a competitive person, that likes strategic and challenging games, bridge is the game for you. So, if you are into card games, come join The Bridge Club on Fridays in Mr. Berg’s room! I promise, you will not regret it.


Sponsor: Per Berg
Room : 7208
Practices: Friday's at 2:30
Friendly Matches:
Saturday mornings at Starbucks at 9 am


The chess club is for beginning, intermediate, and advanced players of chess. The benefit is to engage students to a challenging and slightly competitive-- but fun-- afternoon with other students and a chess board. We will have a discussion about a possible friendly competition at the end of the school year. Knowledge of the game is not required to come to the chess club, as there are enough advanced students to teach beginners. 


Meetings will be held on Monday's from 2:15-3 in room 2-223 

Sponsor:  Ms. Elledge

Choral Director:  Mrs. Amy Fulmer

437-7540 ext 4114

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Community and Future Problem Sovers
Sponsor:  Diane Tomko, Caitlin Hutsell and  Sarah Reckenwald

Problem Solving through community service is the core of this club. Students apply problem-solving skills to existing problems in their school, community, or state. They identify a problem situation then use the creative problem solving process to develop a plan of action and then implement this plan. Problem Solving through community service bridges the gap between school and the real world.

Please email Hutsell or Tomko for schoology access code






DANCE ENSEMBLE (By audition only)

Dancers rehearse after school for performances throughout the school year. Dancers must be registered and active in the FPC dance classes.





National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA)
Group meets once a month to review credits, discuss trips, plan projects and prepare for the induction ceremony for the graduating Seniors.  

Sponsored by Janice Monsanto
FPCHS, Dance/NHSDA Chapter Sponsor
386-437-7540 ext. 1073

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Emerald Legacy Club is part of the A.S.C.E.N.D. Youth Leadership
Network Initiative. This organization is multidimensional because, we have several subdivisions under one title. These subdivisions include:
                        The Voices of Emerald Legacy
                        Emerald Legacy Poets
                        Emerald Dancers & Steppers
 Over the last three years, our club has been involved in numerous social and civic events throughout the Flagler County community.
The Emerald Legacy sponsor is Thea Hines-Jones.
All interested persons can contact us on our
Twitter page:
The club meetings are held from every Tuesday and Thursday during the months of September 2017 thru May 2018, at FPCHS, from 2:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. *
Note: * Maybe subject to change based on performance schedule.

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ERAU and FPC Aeronautics Club


This semester,we are focusing on The Astronaut Challenge!! Meetings are every morning at 7:15 in The Hangar (7-108). For those interested, we are also learning about and practicing flying drones.

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FBLA is the premier organization for students preparing for careers in business.  Through FBLA, members gain the competitive edge for career and/or college success.  By taking advantage of the many programs FBLA offers, students acquire the skills that set them apart from the average high school student.  Members learn through participating in a variety of activities that help them build their skills, while contributing to the improvement of the community in which they live, their school, and their chapter. There are currently over 250,000 members nationwide.

Check out this video to learn more about FBLA.

Meeting Schedule:

Virtual meeting - 2nd Monday of each month
In Person meeting - 4th Monday of each month 2:15 - 3:30 in room 6-102


Jodee Soltes
CTE Teacher/FBLA Advisor
386-437-7540 ext 6102

FCA or Fellowship of Christian Athletes focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.

FCA is not an exclusive club just for athletes and coaches. If you have any questions about FCA please contact the FCA regional coordinator Gary Rice at 

On Campus you can see Mr. Beckett in room 1089

Prayer Lunches are on Wednesday's Each Week in room 1088

FFA is a fun organization where members compete in a wide variety of competitions. We are also all about fun and having a good time. There are many opportunities that the FFA provides to you such as career preparation and making new friends that you will see at competitions and leadership conferences. The FFA also offers many different scholarships. The coveted American degree is the highest degree you can receive and it is highly regarded by the business industry. Our meetings are scheduled for the 4th Wednesday of every month unless informed otherwise. 

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The  Future Chef’s Club is a group of students that meet in room 6-108 on  first and third Wednesday of every month,  from 2:15 to 3:15.  They cook new and creative recipes and
get a taste of what to expect in Culinary Arts class.

They cater outside events and are known throughout our school and community. 

Everyone is welcome!

The first meeting will be Wednesday Oct. 4th


Phone 386-437-7540 x6108

    Gaming Club

The FPC E-sports team is for students who are interested in video game competitions and competing locally and nationally in the up and coming world of E-sports. Students will have the ability to win prizes and scholarships depending on how their team does.


Any student interested in trying out for a specific team should contact Mr. Lique in 1154 for more information.

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Habitat for Humanity

Meetings every Monday with Ms. Robinson in room 1104 

Come join us and take part in making a difference in your community as well as accumulating community service hours.


Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people of secondary school age. Interact is an international organization of service that fosters leadership and responsible citizenship. The main objective is service in the community and around the globe.

The sponsor is Ms. Cami Brocksmith

Meetings are every other Tuesday 2:15 to 2:45.



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FPC Key Club is an extention of the Palm Coast Kiwanias.  


The Leo Club is part of the Palm Coast Lion’s Club.  They are a community service club.  Through the year they are involved in various events in Flagler County, as well as different events at the elementary schools.
The Leo Club's sponsor is Melissa Castañeda.  Meetings will take place the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month in room 1129.  

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The FPC Literary Magazine is a digital periodical devoted to student-created literature and artwork. Students will learn the ins and outs of electronic publishing while increasing an interest in literature, art, and media across the curriculum.   Students will learn about careers in publishing, writing, and technology through hands-on and mentoring experiences.  Once published, all students along with the community will be invited for a celebration unveiling.  
Mrs. Reckenwald in the FPC Bulldog Learning Commons

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  Model United Nations

Model United Nations is an internationally recognized high school and collegiate organization that introduces students to the process of cooperation, collaboration and decision making through diplomacy and negotiation by simulating the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council and other UN sanctioned multilateral bodies.  Delegates attend conferences where they serve as ambassadors to address real-world issues by drafting resolutions and working with fellow delegates to solve international crises concerning human rights, peace and security, the environment, economic development and other global concerns.


Meetings are in room 2-223 every other Thursday 
Aug 24, Sept 7 & 21, Oct 5 & 19,Nov 2, 16 & 30, Dec 14


Sponsor:  Ms. Elledge 

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Please check out the FPCHS Mu Alpha Theta website for meeting and competition dates

Mu Alpha Theta is a Math Competiton Team.  The chapter meets on the second Tuesday of every month in the media center, and individual subject area teams meet for indiidual practices as announced.  If you are interested in joining, please speak to your math teacher.

Club Sponsors:  Mrs. Brandee Crist, Mr. John Kleckner and Mrs. Sarah Lombardo.

Mission Statement:  "We are an honor society dedicated to promote mathematical learning both within and outside of our chapter. We do this by creating a healthy and honorable mathematical competitive environment while encouraging others to surpass their current mathematical ability and reaching a hand to our community by offering free peer math tutoring to FPC students." 

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The National Honor Society has a long established record of holding its members up to standards of academic excellence, service to community, and school involvement in activities and qualities of exemplary character.  The selection process is held in February for students of 10th and 11th grade standing with a 3.75+ GPA. Students applying for the program must already have a resume filled with community and school service… think of NHS membership as the reward… yes members continue to give but it is not a club to join because you want to start doing CS… 
Meetings are on the 3rd Wednesday of the month 7:20am in room 2-226 or at 2:20pm in room 1-103
The Sponsors are Debbie Couch and Cheryl Perry 

Spectrum is FPC’s chapter of the Gay-Straight Alliance.  The (GSA) is a student-run club that brings together LGBTQ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform for activism to prevent bullying and self-harm.

Meetings will be after school, every other Wednesday, in rm. 7-226 from 2:15-3 pm.

Please contact Mrs. Mercado for more information.


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As the members of the Flagler Palm Coast High School’s Student Government Association, we will strive to promote school spirit, encourage our peers to focus on academic achievement and then celebrate their success,and serve our community.We are committed to serving others by creating a positive school culture that includes ALL students and celebrates ALL successes.

FPC’s Student Government Association’s
“Lead, Serve, Represent.” 
The members of SGA do this through long hours on projects, activities, and community service. The group is always open to new members, please join us for:
Our Monthly Meetings, the 2nd Wednesday each month in the Bistro (room 6106)
At the Weekly Workdays, every Tuesday in room 1103 (SGA room)
The SGA motto is “Expect Excellence” and therefore grades, discipline records and character are a large part of our membership criteria.  
There is an elective class offered to SGA members to support the activities they sponsor.  To be eligible for a seat in this class, students must be at the top of the "action hours earned" list.  (Basically everyone has to start in the afterschool program).  
Advisor Cheryl Perry
437-7540 ext 1084

Tech Theater Interns

The Technical Theater Intern Club at the Flagler Auditorium is a group of FPC students interested in excellence in Technical Theater. Club members may work any show at the Flagler Auditorium including school shows, rentals and professional events. Students receive valuable hands on experience that is unique in Flagler County. All current students of FPC are eligible to join.
See MR. N at the auditorium anytime between 7 am and 3 pm

Sponsor: Jack Neiberlein

The TED-Ed Club’s purpose is to empower students' voices by giving them a platform and format to express their ideas. Through a series of creative and collaborative lessons, students will learn what makes an idea worth sharing, why their presentation is important, and how to enhance their public speaking skills. Our ultimate goal is to spread ideas that lead to positive change.
The TED-Ed club will meet in the Bulldog Learning Commons every Wednesday from 2:20 - 4 beginning on January 17th, 2017.
Questions? Email
Sponsor: Mrs. Celeste


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FPC Thespians Club – Troupe 5023

The FPC Thespians Troupe 5023 is an affiliate of the International Thespian Society.   Our troupe competes both at the district and state level in in the state of Florida in Acting, Musical Theatre, and Technical Theatre categories.  We also sponsor 3 fully staged productions per year at FPC High School as well as several events throughout the year.  We do 2 stage plays, one musical, several showcases and cabarets, and one Variety Show.

At the state competition level, our students have the opportunity to develop their skills by taking workshops from professionals in film, broadway, and television, as well as view several full length plays or musicals.

Club Sponsor: Mrs. Kelly Rivera:

Meetings: 2:15-3:15   Fridays in Room 1-101

Club Fee: Although there is no specific fee for the club, there are fees associated district and state Thespian Festival, as well as fees for any club shirts that are available.

TV Production Club

Multimedia is one of the fastest growing mediums in the world today. There are high paying jobs that students can do in production even while in high school and especially after graduation but you need to have the experience. TV Production Club meets right after school on Tuesdays and Thursday's and gives you experience that you can use on your resume.

Advanced class members are required to attend, but everyone is welcome, even if you are not officially registered for TV Production classes. If you have ever wanted to be on television or desire to work behind the scenes of a video production, join us after school. Fun current and future projects are discussed, planned and assigned. You’ll get on-the-job training by working with advanced students and the instructor. We film many of the FPC's events and sports, on and off campus. See Mrs. Celeste to join.



Mrs. Celeste, Rm 1-141

437-7540 ext 1141


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Pinea Yearbook

Sponsor: Cassandra Kinser
437-7540 ext 2215 




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room 7-203 with Ms. Smith

The Flagler County Youth Center’s Student Advisory Council is the organizing body of the Flagler County Youth Center.

The group meets twice a month, in the Youth Center, and is responsible for setting and enforcing all facility Rules & Regulations, as well as creating and participating in a number of Community Service Events & Projects. Participants qualify for Community Service hours and seniors are eligible to apply for two scholarships sponsored by the Youth Center.

Contact Information:  Cheryl Massaro, FCYC Director