Flagler-Palm Coast High School offers a variety of opportunities for students to participate in clubs and organizations. Involvement in these co-curricular and extra-curricular clubs and organizations helps students academically by reinforcing lessons learned in the classroom. By engaging with their peers in group settings, students will develop valuable skills and build confidence.
Clubs and Organizations
- Art Club
- Bridge Club
- The Bulldog Beats
- Bunnell FFA
- Chef's Club
- Ebony Society Club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Flagler County Youth Center - Student Advisory Council
- Flagler-Palm Coast High School Dance Company
- Formality Singers Chorus
- FPCHS Band
- FPC Bulldogs 4-H
- FPC Bulldogs Robotics
- FPC E-Sports
- FPC Josh Crews Writing Project
- FPC Key Club
- FPC Reads and Writes
- FPC Technical Theater Intern Guild
- FPC Thespians Troupe 5023
- FPCHS National Honor Society for Dance Arts
- Future Problem Solvers
- Gaming Club
- Indoor Track Club
- Junior Chamber of Commerce
- The Leo Club
- Mu Alpha Theta
- National Honor Society
- Sustainable Flagler
- Student Government Association (SGA)
AFJROTC is a citizenship program designed to "Build Better Citizens."
The drill team and color guard meet twice per week, to practice for 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. The AFJROTC completes numerous community service projects.
Lt. Col. Baskerville
The Bridge club has been a part of FPC for 17 years. At the club we learn to play the sophisticated game of bridge. We then play in sectional, & regional tournaments. We take field trips to the Daytona regional & sectional as well as the St. Augustine sectional. This year we will be going to the Orlando Regional as well. The highlight of the year is when we get an all expenses paid trip ( paid by the ACBL district) during the summer to the youth national tournament. We have gone to Toronto, Las Vegas,Atlanta and last summer we went to Providence. Next summer we will be headed to Chicago. Our former players have found that putting these competitions on their college resumes has benefited them greatly.
P.A. Berg, 386-290-7327
Mondays and Fridays from 2:45–4:00.
The club plays on Friday nights in Daytona and in Deland on Saturdays.
The Bulldog Beats
The Bulldog Beats is a student-led a cappella singing group that performs mostly popular music. This group performs at school and community events.
Every Thursday from 2:50 PM - 4:15 PM in the Chorus Room 4-114
The Bunnell FFA at Flagler-Palm Coast High School was chartered in 1937. The organization offers 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.
Annual dues are $17.00, which includes state/national dues and t-shirt.
The meetings are on the 1st Wednesday of each month in room 6-103. (except in April - it will be the 2nd Wednesday)
Chef’s Club is a place where students can bond together through cooking. Club members create dishes, research different foods, and eat together as a team.
The 1st Tuesday of each month in the culinary lab right after school.
A student organization that encourages the development of business and leadership skills through academic conferences and competitions.
Competitions include written tests which cover business and marketing information, as well as role-playing and problem-solving events. Students are judged on the basis of their ability to develop and communicate sound, creative, and thorough solutions to problematic situations.
DECA will work on projects and campaigns throughout the school year, such as the career fair, to support FPC and the entrepreneurship program.
Meeting Schedule: 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month for general meetings. 2:45 in room 7-208
Ebony Society Club
The Ebony Society of Flagler-Palm Coast High School focuses on African American culture, history and community service. The activities and experiences promote cultural awareness and connection between African American and varied world cultures.
Students participate in community service projects that capture and extend their experiences, learn effective methods to successfully navigate the college admissions process, and engage in team building activities; including leadership development training, creating Public Service Announcements (PSAs), and conducting an annual fundraiser. Members also have opportunities to participate in educational and business related virtual field trips.
The 2nd Thursday of every month in room 2120.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives…one heart at a time. Since 1954, FCA has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful platform of sport to reach every coach and every athlete with the transforming power of Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.
The 3rd Thursday in 1-084C at 2:30pm
Flagler County Youth Center - Student Advisory Council
The Student Advisory Council is the organizing body of the Flagler County Youth Center. The Student Advisory Council is responsible for setting and enforcing all facility rules and regulations, as well as creating and participating in a number of Community Service events and projects. Students who participate qualify for Community Service hours, and seniors are eligible to apply for two scholarships sponsored by the Youth Center.
Flagler-Palm Coast High School Dance Company
Participation in the Flagler-Palm Coast High School Dance Company is by audition only.
Dancers rehearse after school for performances throughout the school year. Dancers must be registered and active in FPC Dance courses, and maintain an overall 2.0 GPA to participate.
Rehearsals are scheduled as needed, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays directly after school hours in the dance room 1-087
Formality Singers Chorus
The FPC Chorus consists of the Formality Singers Mixed Ensemble (all voice types), the Formality Treble Chorus (sopranos and altos), and the Vocal Ensemble (all voice types). All choruses perform a variety of musical styles including classical, jazz, and popular. A chorus member can add the Vocal Ensemble class to have more opportunities to perform as a soloist or with an ensemble.
The FPC Choruses and Vocal Ensemble consistently perform at district and state level MPA’s, seasonal concerts, local community events and special events such as the Epcot Candlelight Processional.
After school rehearsals are required depending upon the season and the performing group. Chorus Room 4-114
The Flagler-Palm Coast High School Band consists of three Symphonic Bands, two Jazz Ensembles, Marching Band, Color Guard (Starlets), IB Music, AP Music Theory, and Instrumental Techniques.
The groups consistently participate at Florida Bandmasters' Association District and State Music Performance Assessments. Other performances are given throughout the year at the Flagler Auditorium, FPCHS football games, local parades, and community events.
All Band groups require students to be in a Symphonic Band class. After-school rehearsals are required, and the schedule varies by season. Please contact the directors for more information.
FPC Bulldogs 4-H
The FPC Bulldogs 4-H Club is a youth development partnership between FPCHS, The University of Florida, and the Flagler County UF IFAS Extension Office.
During weekly meetings, members will develop life skills in leadership, communications, public speaking, and a variety of agriculture skills through projects and team building activities. Club members also complete community service, STEM, healthy living, and citizenship projects at the club, county, regional, and state levels.
FPC Bulldogs 4-H Club members are eligible to participate in the Flagler County Fair, as well as county, regional, and state competitions!
Andrew Medearis, 386-437-7540 x3271
Tuesdays 2:20–4:15 in room 3-103
FPC Bulldogs Robotics
The FPC Bulldogs Robotics Team is part of the FPC Bulldogs 4-H youth development partnership between Flagler-Palm Coast High School, the University of Florida, and the Flagler County UF/IFAS Extension Office. FPC Robotics Team members will develop leadership, communication, problem solving, and a variety of specialty skills related to the planning, design, and building of competition robotics systems.
FPC Bulldogs Robotics Team competes in the Volusia Manufacturers Association Robot Brawl, SeaPerch Competitions and FIRST Robotics - FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), and FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) during the school year.
Andrew Medearis 386-437-7540 x3271
Wednesdays and Thursdays 2:20–5:00 pm in room 3-103
The FPC E-Sports team is for students interested in video game competitions, and in 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.
Weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays in room 7-103. Practice days will be decided on a game by game basis.
FPC Josh Crews Writing Project
FPC’s Josh Crews Writing Project
3rd Tuesday after school in the BLC
FPC Key Club
FPC Reads and Writes
FPC Reads and Writes offers the opportunity to join a student-run book club and/or creative writing club. Meetings vary between activities, so be sure to join the Schoology Group if you want to find out about upcoming events and meeting focuses (book club or writing).
Before and after school in the BLC
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. Members of the Technical Theater Intern Guild work with professionals in the field, and get rare and valuable experience.
FPC Thespians Troupe 5023
FPCHS National Honor Society for Dance Arts
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. The FPCHS chapter participates in numerous events in the state of Florida, to encourage well-rounded dance artists to become leaders in their communities, before and after graduation. Induction requirements include 30 credits in dance activities, a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and teacher recommendations.
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. Creative thinkers and writers are needed, as well as those who want to make a difference in the community!
2nd Tuesday of the month before school and/or after school in the BLC.
HOSA Future Health Professionals is a global student-led organization, whose mission is to promote career opportunities in the health industry, and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.
Mondays at 2:45 pm in 6-102
Indoor Track Club
The Flagler Palm Coast Indoor Track Club is a fitness club at FPC. Membership is open to all students at Flagler Palm Coast High School of all grades and abilities.
The FPC Indoor Track and Field Club’s mission is to build the local high school track and field community and act as a social network that supports participants of high school age and a range of abilities. Its main focus is to expose students in the high school to the benefits of a healthy lifestyle through providing behavioral physical fitness programs and health and wellness awareness through the exposure to training for indoor track and field events and meets. Competitions are on Saturdays and Sundays. Members do not have to attend daily meetings, but have the opportunity to do so. This club will no longer meet after February 11, 2023.
*Not a FHSAA sanctioned sport
Monday–Friday on the track, 3:00 pm–4:30 pm
The Interact Club is a community service club that is project-based and focused on building relationships between members and the community.
The club is sponsored by the 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.
Junior Chamber of Commerce
The Junior Chamber of Commerce is an organization based in the Flagler Auditorium, which aims to provide professional opportunities for its members. The Junior Chamber of Commerce has guest speakers and events, and sponsors student-led projects. Joining this organization sets students up for their future careers, and could change their professional futures.
2nd and 4th Monday at 2:45pm in the Auditorium
The Leo Club
The Leo Club is a community service club, which is part of the Palm Coast Lion’s Club. Throughout the year the club is involved in various events in Flagler County, as well as events at elementary schools.
1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, after school, in Room 1-104
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is an honor society dedicated to promoting mathematical learning, both within and outside of the chapter. The team accomplishes this by creating a healthy and honorable mathematical competitive environment while encouraging others to surpass their current mathematical ability, and by offering free peer math tutoring to Flagler-Palm Coast High School students.
2nd Wednesday of each month, 2:45 pm–3:45 pm in the BLC.
National Honor Society
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.
Selection for the National Honor Society is held in February, for students in 10th and 11th grades, with a 3.75 or higher GPA. Students applying for the program must have a résumé which includes community and school service.
3rd Wednesday at 7:45 am or 2:45 pm in room 2227
Revisiting our original traditions, building community, and providing peer tutoring.
2nd Wednesday and 4th Thursday of every month at 2:30 pm in room 1-124.
Color Guard and Dance Team
The Starlets are the color guard and dance team, focused around visual performances during the Fall with the Bulldog Marching Band. During the Spring, Starlets can be found performing at basketball games, indoor FFCC guard competitions around the state, and preparing for the annual Starlet Showcase featuring all styles of dance from jazz to hip hop.
Practices vary by season. 3–4x per week
Student Government Association (SGA)
Members of the Flagler-Palm Coast High School Student Government Association (SGA) strive to promote school spirit, encourage peers to focus on achievement and celebrate their success, all while serving the community. SGA members are committed to serving others by creating a positive school climate and culture that includes ALL students and celebrates ALL successes. The SGA “Leads, Serves, and Represents” through long hours on projects, activities, and community service. The group is always open to new members.
The SGA motto is “Expect Excellence,” therefore grades, discipline records, and character are a large part of the membership criteria. There is an elective class is 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, and be a member of the after-school club for a minimum of one year.
- General Assembly: 1st Tuesday of every month at 2:45 pm in the Bistro,
- Workday : Every Tuesday in room 1-111 at 2:45 pm
Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) 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.
Rochelle Stone , Tobacco Free Flagler
First Wednesday of the month in room 1-084b (across from weightlifting room)
Yearbook is where students have the ability to learn new skills, like photography and digital design, while representing the whole student body. The organization's goal is to make a history book that properly captures the people, events, and emotions throughout the school year, for students to reflect on years from now.
Last Thursday of each month at 2:50 pm in room 1-103