Clubs and Organizations

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.

Click here to visit our new website
Art Club Art Club
Interested in the Arts? Come join the Art Club where members will volunteer their artistic talents in various community and school service projects.

Meeting schedule: every Tuesday from 2:30pm-3:30pm in room 1-098.

Sponsor: Amber Jensen, Visual Arts Teacher
Sign Language The American Sign Language Club

ASL club sponsor, Melanie Barr

Meeting schedule: Meets the second, third and fourth Wednesday of the month in room 7-204 from 2:30pm-3:30pm

President America Hill

Purpose: learn sign language and foster friendships. Everyone is welcome.
Band Band
Band Director: Mr. John Seth & Ryan Schulz
437-7540 ext 4109

FPC has a 220 piece Marching Band that performs throughout Football Season.

There are also 3 Symphonic Concert Bands that perform in various concerts throughout the school year.
Starlets Starlets
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
red cross
The FPC Red Cross Club is a group which gives members opportunities to make a difference in our community. The main focus is to address the needs of our community by providing our members the knowledge they require to prepare our school, as well as the community for emergencies.

Club schedule: every fourth Friday of each month from 2:30pm to 3:15pm in building 2, Ms. Schell's room. Our first club meeting will be held on September 27th.

Sponsor: Ms. Schell

FPC Red Cross Email

Brainchild 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: Ms. Kate Boos, ESE Parent Specialist, (386) 586-2395, Ext. 1184.

Monday-Wednesday Tutoring Site: Government Services Building, 3rd. Floor, (Transportation available from FPCHS to GSB via the Opossum Bus #21404, at 2:15 p.m. However, volunteers must provide their own transportation home from the GSB).

Tutoring schedule: 2:30p.m.-3:30p.m. and/or 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday
Bridge Let's Play Bridge!
We will now (until tennis season starts in late January) be meeting on Mondays and Thursdays. 

We will be competing, (some of us) on Friday nights at the Daytona Bridge club (Swiss Teams) and at 10:00 am at the Palm Coast Bridge club on Saturdays. Let me know if you are coming. 

We attend regional Tournaments it Daytona and Jacksonville as well. Most importantly we attend the Youth national Tournament in Las Vegas.

To join the club see Per Berg in 2-220
4H Club
FPC Bulldogs 4H Club
The FPC Bulldogs 4H Club is a youth development partnership between FPCHS, The University of Florida, and the Flagler County UF/ IFAS Extension Office.

During bi-weekly meetings, members will develop life skills in leadership, communications, public speaking, and various agriculture skills through projects and team building activities. We also complete community service, STEM, healthy living, and citizenship projects at the club, county, regional, and state levels.

The FPC Bulldogs 4H Club members are eligible to participate in the Flagler County Fair, as well as county, regional, and state competitions!

Contact Mr. Medearis or (386) 437- 7540 ext 3271 if you are interested. Want more information about Flagler County 4H? Click here.

Follow us on Twitter and Instagram! Twitter: @i3_fpchs_steam Instagram: i3_fpchs_steam & btmseagles_4H_fpcbulldogs

General Meetings: 2:30pm-4:00pm: August 20th, September 3rd, September 17th, October 1st, October 15th, October 29th, November 12th, December 10th, January 7th. January 21st, February 4th, and February 18th.

General Business meetings will be held on alternating Tuesdays. Specialty meetings will be held on the Tuesday in between General Meeting Dates! Meetings subject to change with notice!
Choral Choral
Choral Director: Ester Jackson

Future Problem Solvers Future Problem Solvers
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.

Club Meetings schedule: Second Tuesday of each month at 7:30am in the Bulldog Learning Commons. 

If you are interested in joining, please contact one of our club sponsors for the schoology access code:

Diane Tomko - Room 7-225
Caitlin Hutsell - Room 7-226
Sarah Reckenwald - BLC Main Desk, 
Dance Ensemble Dance Ensemble (By audition only)

Sponsored by Janice Monsanto
FPCHS, Dance Teacher, Fine Arts Department
386-437-7540 ext. 3175
E-mail:Janice Monsanto

Dancers rehearse after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:30 to 4:30 PM in the Dance Studio, Room 1-087

Dancers perform at various school events, concert stage recitals, parades and pep rallies. Castings are through Company Auditions. There are various performances throughout the school year that will require additional rehearsal days and times. All additional rehearsals will be posted and scheduled as needed and are subject to change.
National Honor Society National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA)

Sponsored by Janice Monsanto

FPCHS, Dance Teacher, Fine Arts Department
386-437-7540 ext. 3175
E-mail:Janice Monsanto

The primary mission of the National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA) is to promote and honor outstanding artistic merit, leadership, and academic achievement in students studying dance in public and private schools. Establishing and maintaining a chapter gives schools a means to recognize dance as an art form worthy of recognition and respect. Further, NHSDA hopes to encourage well-rounded dance artists to become leaders in their communities before and after graduation. Dancers meet as needed to review credits, discuss trips, plan projects and prepare for the induction ceremony for the graduating Seniors. The annual Induction takes place at the FPC Dance Company Banquet at the commencement of the concert season.
A co-curricular organization as part of the business education program. As such, most FBLA activities are done in the classroom as part of the curriculum. 

Meeting schedule: A monthly meeting will be held on the first Wednesday of each month in room 7-225 from 2:15pm-3:15 pm. Other meetings will be held throughout the year as needed for our community service projects. Click here to check out a video to learn more about FBLA.

Jodee Soltes
CTE Teacher/FBLA Advisor
386-437-7540 ext 3160
FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA or Fellowship of Christian Athletes focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and engaging people to make a difference for Christ. FCA's vision is to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.FCA wants to build character with you and your team to impact your entire school! If you are not an athlete and would like to be involved, you are welcome to join. 

FCA Representative: Shye Davis

Campus Representative: Mr. Beckett in room 1089
FFA Bunnell FFA
The Bunnell FFA at Flagler Palm Coast was chartered in 1937. We offer members a wide variety of opportunities that promote personal growth, premier leadership and career success. The FFA encourages the practical application of technical skills and individual growth. Chapter activities include community service, team building, competitions and conferences. Through these activities members develop communication, problem solving and leadership skills that will help them on their path to success. Members have the opportunity to make new friends, develop new skills, travel and qualify for scholarships. 

Those interested and for more information contact Johanna Davis. Follow us on social media @bunnellffa, visit our website here, listen to announcements and attend our meetings. Annual dues is $17.00 includes a t-shirt (if paid by October 15th) along with State and National Dues.

Meeting schedule:The First Wednesday of every month. It will be the second Wednesday in January and April.

Location - FPC Bistro (6-106) Unless otherwise announced
Future Chef The Future Chef's Club
A group of students that meet in room 6-108 from 2:15pm to 3:15pm. 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!

Lorie Savoca
Phone 386-437-7540 x3165

Meeting Dates: October 2nd & 16th, November 6th & 20th, December 4th & 18th, January 15th, February 5th & 19th, March 4th, April 1st & 15th.
 Esports FPC E-Sports Team
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 Esports. 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.

For those interested in playing video games and board games but do not want to compete, Mrs. Santore in 2-124, will be hosting a gaming club on the first and third Tuesday of each month.
Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity Club
Mission Statement: “In partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Flagler County, our mission is to bring our community together to build homes and hope for those in need.”

Meeting Schedule:
Club meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday at 7:30am in the Bulldog Learning Commons.

Advisor Contact: Bonita Robinson – 386-437-7540 ext. 3143
Interact Interact Club
A community service club that is project-based and focused on building relations between members and the community. We are sponsored by our local Rotary, part of an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian service and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. We have food at every meeting! You can join by emailing any of officers or sponsor, visiting the website and signing up there, or going to Mrs. Vandercook's room in 1149!

Sponsor: Pamela Vandercook
President: Kenia Espinoza
Twitter: @fpcinteractclub
JSU Jewish Student Union
Welcome to the JSU (Jewish Student Union). This club has over 200 locations serving kids across the entire nation. Meaning, there are kids just like you who are wanting to participate in a fun filled club. The goal of JSU is to educate Jewish and Non-Jewish kids on different things and topics such as history and culture.

Meetings are located in room 210 in the 200 building.

Every meeting will have kosher snacks provided by the JSU organization. With regular meetings, JSU also sponsors activities outside of school including Retreats, Citywide holiday parties, community service projects, Friday night dinners, and other exciting events. 
Key Club FPC Key Club
We are an extension of the Palm Coast Kiwanias.

Meetings are in Mrs. Eaton's room
Our website is here (and there’s a calendar on it that show when our meetings and events are)
Our Twitter is @FPC_KeyClub
Click here to email us. 

Meeting schedule: The second and fourth Monday of each month in room 7-224
Leo Club The Leo Club
We are part of the Palm Coast Lion’s Club. We are a community service club. Through the year we 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.

Meeting schedule: first and third Thursday of the month in Room 2-110.

Email us here
Twitter: @FPCLeoClub
 Pencil i3 Writing Club

The writing club is for ALL FPC students who wish to write pieces for publication in the Josh Crews Writing Project publication. This is a way for young inspiring authors to write their own stories and improve on their craft. This club is for writers of all levels and hopes to help shape future authors.

Meeting Schedule: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month.  

Location: 3-102A
Contact: Mrs. Schaefer
386-437-7540 ext. 3273

Book Launch: March 26th at 5:00pm
MuAlphaTheta Mu Alpha Theta: Math Competition Team

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

Club Sponsors: Brandee Crist, Meghan Bainbridge and 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."
National Honor Society National Honor Society
We have 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.

Meeting schedule: The third Wednesday of the month at 7:20am in room 2-226 or at 2:20pm in room 1-103

The Sponsors: 
Debbie Couch 
Cheryl Perry 

NHS documents
GSA Gay-Straight Alliance
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.

Meeting schedule: every other Wednesday after school in room. 3-101 from 2:15pm-3:00pm.

Follow us on Twitter @OfficialFPC_GSA
SGA FPC Student Government Association
As the members of The Flagler Palm Coast High School Student Government Association, we strive to promote school spirit, encourage our peers to focus on achievement, celebrate their success all while serving our community. We are committed to serving others by creating a positive school climate and culture that includes ALL students and celebrates ALL successes. We “Lead, Serve, Represent.” and we do this through long hours on projects, activities, and community service. The group is always open to new members.

Meeting schedule: The second Wednesday each month in the Bistro (room 6106).

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. (everyone has to start in the afterschool program). 

Advisor Evana Fretterd
437-7540 ext 3117
Tech theater
FPC Technical Theater Intern Guild

The FPC Technical Theater Guild is a group of motivated FPC students interested in excellence in Technical Theater. The Guild supports every event at the Flagler Auditorium from school related programs and shows to professional events open to the community. Work with professionals in the field and get rare and valuable experience.

Meeting Schedule:
The first Tuesday of every month- 2:30pm-3:30pm

Advisor: Jack Neiberlein

Flagler Auditorium website here lists all events
Thespians Club FPC Thespians Club - Troupe 5023

We are 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.

Sponsor of Troupe 5023 is Kelly Rivera 
TV Production 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. It also gives you experience that you can use on your resume.

TV Production Club meeting schedule: After school on Tuesdays and Thursdays 

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 Ms. Hicks to join.
Yearbook FPC Yearbook

The 2020 FPC Yearbook club Changing Focus is being published by the 4th period journalism students. All FPC families and students are encouraged to use with the school code 15737, to submit their event photos, purchase senior and business Ads and purchase yearbooks.

Books are $70 if purchased by December 31st and $80 starting January 1st. We do expect to sell out, so please order early.

Sponsor: Cheryl Perry
437-7540 ext 3136
Yoga Yoga Club

Meeting Schedule: Thursdays from 2:30pm-3:30pm Room 7-203 SEÑORA SMITH

If you would like to stretch your body by practicing postures, stretch your mind through meditation, engage in breathing exercises and reduce stress in your life feel free to join yoga club!
Youth Center Flagler County Youth Center Student Advisory Council
We are the organizing body of the Flagler County Youth 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.

Students are responsible for setting and enforcing all facility rules & regulations, creating and participating in a number of community service events and projects. Participants qualify for community service hours and seniors are eligible to apply for two scholarships sponsored by the Youth Center.

Meeting Schedule: The group meets twice a month, in the Youth Center

Contact Information: Jordan Butler / Brandon Seminara

Coding Club
Coding Club

Welcome to Coding Club! We explore different programming languages in a collaborative setting, focusing on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. We make websites for various clubs! Our website is here. Contact Mrs. Castañeda in room 2-110 if you have any questions.

Meeting schedule: Meetings will be on Tuesdays from 2:25pm-3:45pm

Join our private mobile messaging platform that enables teachers, parents, students, and administrators in K–12 schools to communicate with everyone at once called REMIND: Message @fpccode to the number 81010

Coding website here

Contact Melissa Castañeda is you have any questions in room Room 2-110.

FPC Bulldog Robotics

During weekly meetings, members will develop life skills in leadership, communication, and will gain various experiences and skills through the building, programming and controlling of Robotics and UAS/ UAV systems and projects. The FPC Bulldogs Robotics Club members are eligible to participate compete in the county, regional, and state competitions!

Meeting schedule: 2:30pm-4:00pm on
August 22nd, August 29th, September 5th, September 12th, September 19th, September 26th, October 3rd, October 10th, October 17th, October 24th, November 7th, November 14th, November 21th, December 5th, December 12th, December 19th, January 9th, January 16th, January 23rd, January 30th, February 6th, February 13th, February 20th, February 27th, March 5th, March 12th, March 26th, April 2nd, April 9th, April 16th, April 23rd, April 30th, May 7th and May 14th.

SeaPerch Competition will be held in April. 

High School High Tech (HSHT)
High School High Tech (HSHT)

High School High Tech (HSHT) is designed to provide high school students with all types of disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or postsecondary education leading to technology- related careers. HSHT links youth to a broad range of academic, career development and experiential resources and experiences that will enable them to meet the demands of the 21st century workforce via community-based partnerships made up of students, parents and caregivers, businesses, educators and rehabilitation professionals.

Sponsor: Fitzgerald Belgrave.

Meeting schedule: Second and Fourth Thursday of the month in Room 1-124 starting September 26th.

Turning Point USA
Turning Point USA

Turning Point USA is an organization that sponsors free speech, political discourse, and safe debate around campuses across the country. The sponsored chapter here at FPC strives to do just that, with students getting engaged on-campus to help incite change, and to prompt discussion from students, teachers, and administrators. Those who have an open mind and are willing to engage in political discussion are encouraged to join. If you are interested in joining, we suggest talking to Mr. Tutak or the current club president.

Sponsor: Mr. Tutak

President: Alexander Helman

Meeting Schedule: The club will meet every other Tuesday.

Planet Pride

Planet Pride 

The purpose of the Planet Pride club will be to give convergent-minded students the opportunity to participate in litter clean-ups and prevention activities around our community. Furthermore, the club will assist FPC Custodial Services in cleaning up litter on campus.

Sponsor: Melissa Castańeda

Meeting Schedule: The club will meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month

Model United Nations

Model United Nations

An authentic simulation of the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, or other multilateral body. 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.

This is a place to strengthen your voice in public speaking while learning about the world, all while making great friends in a quirky environment! To join, stop by any of the meetings or Ms. Elledge’s classroom, visit the website, or email us!

Sponsor: Allison Elledge

President: Nicholas Anane

Twitter: @fpcmodelun

Rock Band Club
Rock Club

The purpose of this club is to assemble a group of musical students to rally together, rehearse music together, and perform for events around the school and the community, and educate those about the history, theory, and the cultural and social influences of music in our world. We would perform for club events and gatherings, and have discussions on how to grow as musicians.

Club will meet every Tuesday from 2:15pm-4:00pm in Sra. Smith's room in the 700 Building.

Sponsor: Melissa Smith
Student Leader: Junior Zemliansky

The Ebony Society
The Ebony Society

Ebony Society focuses on African American culture, history and community service. The activities and experiences promote cultural awareness and the connection between African American and varied world cultures. Students participate in community service projects create Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) that capture and share their experiences, learn effective methods to successfully navigate the college admissions process, and engage in team building activities, including conducting an annual fundraiser. Throughout February, the club produces a number of African American History Month events for their peers. Members also have opportunities to participate in educational, yet fun, field trips.

Sponsor: Dr. Phyllis Pearson

Meeting Schedule: Room 1088
(Meeting location changes will be announced during testing windows) 2nd & 4th Friday during Lunch Sessions. 2nd Tuesday, 2:15pm – 3:45pm