Club NameMeeting DayMeeting TimeLocationSponsor
Senior Class SponsorMrs. Becht & Mrs. Blackmon-Gordon
Junior Class SponsorMs. Kagan
1st Generation (12th only)TBDTBDMedia CenterMs. Sommer
AnimeEvery Friday1:45pm – 3:00pm1-139Ms. Avra
Basketball CheerleadingMonday & Wednesday2:00pm - 4:00pmCafeteriaMs. Fleno
BETAEvery other Wednesday1:45pm - 3:00pm1-230Ms. Collins
Book Club2nd Monday of the Month2:00pm- 3:00pm1-236Mrs. Ortiz
Cobra PalsEvery other Friday1:45pm - 3:00pm1-122Mrs. Baechle
Creative Writing Club: Poison PensEvery Wednesday2:00pm - 3:00pm1-223Mrs. McPhee & Mr. Miserocchi
FBLA2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month2:00pm - 2:45pm2-205Ms. Kagan
Football CheerleadingTuesday & ThursdayJV: 2:00pm - 4:00pm & Varsity: 3:00pm - 5:00pmVariesMs. Hamilton & Ms. Bennett
First PriorityEvery Wednesday1:45pm - 2:45pm2-117Mr. Farreau
Dance TeamEvery ThursdayBegins @ 2:20pmDance Room/ AuditoriumMrs. Napoleon
GSAEvery Tuesday1:45pm - 3:00pm1-139Ms. Avra
Gardening ClubEvery Thursday1:45pm - 3:00pm1-139Ms. Avra
International Key Club3rd Tuesday of the Month or as needed1:45pm -2:15pm1-244Mrs. Peschio
Praise and Prayer Club2nd & 4th Friday of the Month1:30pm - 3:30pm1-240Mr. Tennell
Psychology ClubEvery Wednesday2:00pm - 3:30pm1-135Ms. Homan
SAC3rd Wednesday of the Month5:00pmCobra Cafe
National Art Honor Society3rd Thursday of the Month1:45pm-3:00pm1-225Mrs. Blackmon-Gordon
National Honor Society (11th & 12th only)1st Wednesday of the Month7:00am - 7:30am4-115Mr. Miserrochi
SGAMonday - Friday5th Period1-225Mrs. Blackmon-Gordon
Spanish Club1st & 3rd Tuesday of the Month2:00pm - 3:00pm4-201Ms. Coffer
SWAT1st & 3rd Thursday of the Month1:45pm - 2:45pm2-117Mr. Farreau


1st Generation – Support to 1st Generation students and their families through group meetings to aid with the college admission and financial aid application process. Financial Aid advisors from local colleges will meet with parents and assist them with financial aid applications. Students and their parents (optional) will participate in college visits meeting with freshman admission counselors, faculty members, and students who are currently enrolled. These visits will allow students to experience the university campus firsthand, and gain information about mentoring programs to assist them in navigating the college terrain; providing them the tools and support that they need to become involved on campus feeling more integrated into the college community as an incoming freshman.


Anime Club – One of the longest running social organizations at FPC, Anime club brings enthusiasts of anime and manga together for viewing parties, book exchange, trivia, game sessions, team anime creative writing, and other themed events. There are no GPA or grade-level requirements, although students should remain academically minded over any extra-curricular focus.


Band – Students develop basic skills on wind or percussion instruments through the refinement and performance of middle/junior high band literature.


Basketball Cheer – The Basketball Cheer Squad is composed of a group of students, 9th-12th grade, that support and cheer for the boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams. We perform cheers in the stands during games to help boost morale and encourage our basketball teams to play to the best of their abilities. We also help get the crowd involved in cheering on our players


BETA Club – The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote academic achievement, character, leadership and service. We compete in a a variety of competitions with other Beta students in the state, then travel to compete nationally over the summer when we win. We also get involved in community service opportunities.


Book Club – this club is a reading group, usually consisting of students who read and talk about books based on a topic or an agreed-upon reading list.


Cobra Pals – Cobra Pals is an initiative dedicated towards fostering friendships and inclusion among FPC’s students with intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disabilities, and their non-disabled peers. Students learn communication skills, social skills, and self-advocacy through activities with non-disabled peers such as field trips, parties, and other events. Cobra Pals emphasizes that every person has value and is part of our loving, accepting community.


Chorus – Students shall develop basic skills in tone production, performance techniques, musical literacy, and music appreciation. After school rehearsals and performances are a part of this course.


Creative Writing Club: Poison Pens – The Creative Writing Club gives students a safe space to express themselves through Creative writing including stories, poems, songs, etc. They are also given the opportunity to share their work and receive feedback from
peers and club sponsors.


Dance Team – This club enables students to display an understanding of expressions and rhythm. Students are exposed to different styles of dancing which in turn helps them in developing a multifaceted physicality. Students participate in various community and school activities such as football games, pep rallies, parades, etc. The purpose of the FPC Cobra Dance Team is to: help students develop self-esteem, promote teamwork, creativity, diversity, and acts of service, provide a safe space for all participants to be expressive through the art of dance, encourage academic achievement.


Drama – Students examine the various dimensions of characters through analysis, discussion, and classroom performance, working with scripts from a variety of time periods and cultures. They learn to break down a scene from a character’s point of view and learn to sustain a character and build the relationship between actor and audience. Public performances may serve as a culmination of specific instructional goals. Students may be required to attend and/or participate in rehearsals and performances outside the school day to support, extend, and assess learning in the classroom.


FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) – Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest business Career and Technical Student Organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business. FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.


First Priority – First Priority is a Christ-based, school-focused, student-led ministry here on campus. Student leaders taking the hope of Christ to every student.


Football Cheerleading – The purpose of the cheerleading program is to: create school spirit, pride and loyalty, promote interest in school activities and perform at school games, develop responsibility, teach self-respect, encourage honest effort, strive for perfection, develop character, and teach teamwork and pride in a quality performance through maintaining high standards. A cheerleader must always demonstrate responsibility and leadership.


Gardening Club – New to FPC this year, gardening club is dedicated to campus beautification, sustainable living, farm to table inclusions and practices, keystone species preservation, and community engagement. There are no GPA or grade-level requirements, although students should remain academically minded over any extra-curricular focus.


GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) – Part of a national student organization, GSA brings students together under the positive banner of three pillars: education, advocacy, and socialization. GSA is supported by advocates and allies and seeks to make a positive impact on campus, welcoming all students and celebrating the uniqueness that makes each individual valuable, worthy, and capable of benefiting their world. There are no GPA or grade-level requirements, although students should remain academically minded over any extra-curricular focus.


International Key Club – Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Furthermore, high school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing, and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects, and holding leadership positions at the club, district and international levels. Key Club Mission Statement: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.


National Art Honor Society – The National Art Honor Society was established in 1978 in the United States by the National Art Education Association for high school students grades 9-12 from the National Art Honor Society. The NAEA also offers a National Junior Art Honor Society for students in grades 6-8.


National Honor Society – The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.


Praise and Prayer Club – a place where student meet to worship and give praise, help others get to know God and strengthen their relationship, and speak on various topics related to teens followed with fellowship together.


Psychology Club – The Psychology Club is an independent (no national affiliation), student-directed club that discusses and explores a variety of different topics in Psychology. Choice of the topic is dependent on the students and their willingness to independently research and explore then to present to their fellow club members.


SAC (School Advisory Council) – The School Advisory Council is a team of people representing various segments of the community; parents, teachers, students, administrators, support staff, business/industry people and other interested community members.


SGA (Student Government Association) – Student Government develops student leadership, responsibility, personal growth through various activities within the school and in the community.


Spanish Club – The Spanish Club provides tutoring for free. They share cultural information about all the Spanish Speaking Countries. Practice the language. Create leaders in our community.


Speech & Debate – Speech and Debate is an academic club open to all students with a GPA of at least 2.0. It is an inclusive club where students learn various forms of public speaking, artistic interpretation, and debate. They travel to neighboring counties to compete against other high schools and hone their skills. FPC’s Speech and Debate students also become members of The National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) which boasts notable alumni such as: Oprah Winfrey, Sam Alito, Chadwick Boseman, Sonia Sotomayor, and Zac Effron. The skills students learn through practice and competition will increase their confidence, communication, and critical thinking skills.


SWAT (Students Working Against Tobacco) – Students working against tobacco, is Florida’s statewide youth organization working to mobilize, educate and equip Florida youth to revolt against and de-glamorize Big Tobacco. SWAT is a united movement of empowered youth working towards a tobacco free future.