Clubs & Organizations


Nikki Clark, Adviser

  • Purpose:  Anchor Club is a service organization that is sponsored by TCHS and the Pilot Club of Iuka. It is a club that provides services to both the school and the community.
  • Requirements:  Only Junior and Senior girls may join. $15.00 Fee


Amanda Storment, Adviser

  • Purpose:  To support the needs of artistically gifted school-age young people, and to provide opportunities for young artists to share their abilities through exhibitions, art-related community service, and leadership, while fostering knowledge of career opportunities in the visual arts field.
  • Requirements: Membership in the art club is based upon whether the student has taken or is currently enrolled in art. The student will be required to participate in art projects and attend club meetings every other Thursday during break in the art room. ($5.00 fee)


Heather CartwrightAdviser

  • Purpose:  The purpose of The National Beta Club shall be to promote the ideals of character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious academic achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.
  • Requirements: Must maintain at least a B average in all classes. Take the BETA Club Pledge, $15.00 one time fee upon invitation into the club ($13.00 National Dues, $2.00 School Club Fee)


Cindy Howie, Director
Noah RobertsonAssistant Director

  • Purpose:  Bravada is a performance group created for participation in our school and community which engages students in the art of theatre, preparing them for future theatrical performance while allowing them the opportunity of self expression and public entertainment.
  • Requirements:  Students must audition to be in this class/club.


Tara Castile, Director

  • Purpose:  The Brave Voices is the name of the Tishomingo County High School Show Choir.  Show Choir combines staging and choreography with superior vocal performance.  The Brave Voices can be seen throughout the school, community, state, and region as they present excellent performances of various genres of music including broadway, jazz, country, and pop, both past and present.
  • Requirements:  Students are selected to become members of the Brave Voices by audition which includes both a vocal and dance component.


Amy Dotson, Kelly Hammond, & Noah Robertson, Advisers

  • Purpose:  FBLA is a premier student business organization of young people preparing for success as leaders in business, government, and communities. Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
  • Requirements:  You must be currently enrolled in a business/computer course. See an adviser to pay membership dues by set deadline.


Vicki Bullard, Adviser

  • Purpose:  Fellowship of Christian Athletes was originally founded as an organization for student athletes who wanted to enhance their knowledge of Jesus Christ. However, Tishomingo County FCA is home to student athletes, as well as many other students who are inactive in athletics. FCA at Tishomingo County has seen vast improvements in numbers as well as students relationships with God. Geared to draw students closer to their Savior, FCA at Tishomingo County High School has done just that, helping students find the things which don’t belong in their lives and narrowing the space between them and God. Students come into the TCHS auditorium on Friday mornings, yearning for more than just free breakfast and a good time, they come to worship and glorify their God while at the same time, learn how they themselves can draw others closer to the one they love the most. Students learn how to resist peer pressure and to lead others to Christ. Feel free to join us any Friday morning at 7:30 in the Tishomingo County High School Auditorium. All are welcome so invite your friends also.


Beth James & Cindy Howie, Advisers

  • Purpose:  FCCLA’s purpose is to help young men and women become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities through planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication.
  • Requirements: Must be enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science class (Nutrition and Wellness, Family Dynamics, or Child Care)


Laura Hall, Adviser

  • Purpose:  To promote and encourage the study and learning about other languages, cultures, and peoples. Currently Spanish is the language promoted because it is the one taught on campus. French has been a part of the club as well in times past.
  • Requirements:  Be enrolled in a language class with a 1st nine weeks average of 85 or above or have completed 2 or more years of a language with an average of 80 or above. Dues are $10 (pays for club T-shirt). Students must maintain an 80 or above in the language class to remain in the club. All seniors that achieve this goal are honored with a meal and a pin ceremony each May.


, Adviser

  • Purpose:  A community, defined in its simplest terms, is a group of people who have something in common. Each member–every individual, group, organization, and business draws benefits from the community. For a community to thrive, each of its members must honor a commitment to contribute for the well being of the whole by returning those benefits in kind. The TCHS Interact Club is developing leadership skills and personal integrity by demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others and advancing understanding and good will through service activities.


  • Purpose:  The mission of the Tishomingo County High School Student Council is to build responsible leaders within our school community and promote the values that represent good character in all students.
  • Requirements:  Student Council members must be on the A/B honor roll and must meet school attendance and meeting attendance criteria.