4‑H empowers young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime. It’s a research-based experience that includes a mentor, a hands-on project, and a meaningful leadership opportunity.
Based on their interests and guided by adult mentors, youth develop their own pathway in 4‑H. They select from a broad menu of local 4‑H programs. Local programs include opportunities in Leadership, Community Development, Livestock Projects and Shooting Sports.
A world in which youth and adults learn, grow and work together as catalysts for positive change.
- 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization, empowering six million young people throughout the United States.
- With 611,800 volunteers, 3,500 professionals, and more than 25 million alumni, the 4-H movement supports young people from elementary school through high school with programs designed to shape future leaders and innovators.
- Fueled by research-driven programming, 4-H’ers engage in hands-on learning activities in the areas of science, citizenship and healthy living.
Sponsored By: Jeanne Woods
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 achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.
The National Beta Club, a student-centered organization, continually develops and nurtures individuals by providing opportunities and experiences enabling them to demonstrate the ideals of character, achievement, service and leadership in a global community.
Our club is open to all students grades 9-12 who have maintained a 3.2 grade point average for the previous school year. If your GPA falls below a 3.2 you will be placed on probation. As a member of Beta, students are required to complete service hours. Each student must complete a total of twenty service hours for the academic year. Ten hours must be Beta Club hours (those that we set up through our community service projects) and ten hours may be transferred from other clubs or organizations.
President – Cassidy Armstrong
Vice President – Bethany Paul
Secretary – Brooke Guthrie
Chaplain – Gabe Perry
Sergeant at Arms – Christian Brown
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The purpose of the Student Council is to create unity among students, administration, faculty, clubs, and community by establishing communication channels. The Students Council shall coordinate, evaluate all school clubs. It shall promote school spirit and positive club interaction and encourage an attitude of Christian values based on our school’s philosophy.
Elections are held in April for those seeking an office. Those interested must attend an election workshop.
Student Council is for those who are interested in the world they live. The members of this excellent club are hard working, dedicated students who are eager to learn all they can about this fantastic subject. Those who join are usually students with a high grade point average, a history of extracurricular activities, and most importantly a desire to learn and experience as much as possible.
Student Council Activities
- Chamber of Commerce Banquet
- See You at the Pole
- Orientation Night Activities
- Game Week
- Homecoming Banquet
- High School Christmas Party
- President – Zoe Miller
- Vice President – Damian Istre
- Secretary – Sophie Finley
- Reporter – Ansleigh Fontenot
- Spirit Officer – Cassidy Armstrong
Sponsored By: Anne King
In Publications, we design, promote, and sell the NCS Yearbook. Assisted by teachers, students use an online computer program to create pages, and are also primarily responsible for taking the pictures that will end up in the yearbook. Our main goals are to capture the atmosphere of NCS and include every student’s picture in the book.
Sponsored By: Nicole Dietz