A variety of clubs are available for student enrichment, and all students are encouraged to participate  in  one  or more clubs of  their choice. Students released from class to attend clubs are expected to attend, or they will be considered skipping and
will be disciplined per the handbook.

**New clubs are not allowed to begin during the school year. Anyone requesting to establish a new club at THS must complete and submit an application.

American Sign Language Club
A club in which students will learn and practice American Sign Language. The club is open to all THS students.

Anchor  Club
 community  service  organization open  to 10th  12th  grade girls. It  is an extension of the Bristol Pilot Club. Anchor meets during club times; however, some after school meetings and activities are required as well.

Anime Club
Students will watch and discuss age-appropriate anime.         

Art Club

Beta Club
Beta Club is a branch of the National Beta Club. The purpose of the National Beta Club is: “to promote the ideals of honesty, service, morality, ethical conduct, 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.” Membership in this club is available for juniors and seniors who have maintained an overall academic average of at least “93” for all high school courses taken prior to membership.

Book Club

Boys Volleyball  Club

Boys  Volleyball  is   club  sport  at  THS  that will  hopefully become a TSSAA-sanctioned sport in the coming years. Currently,  this  spring  sport  plays  a 14-game regular season schedule that begins in April.

Cadmus  Club
Cadmus Club  is  open  to  yearbook  staff  members  only. Staff  members may be members of the club when they are not enrolled in the course.

Civitan and Civinettes  Clubs
These  clubs  are  school  and  community  service  clubs  open to Tennessee  High boys and girls. It is an extension of the Bristol Civitan Club. Some after-school meetings and activities are required.

Creative Writing Club


Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
FCCLA is  the  only  student-led  organization  in  the  nation  that  has its  central focus on the family. FCCLA provides community service and leadership opportunities for middle school and high school students. Membership is open to anyone who is currently enrolled in Culinary Arts and Advanced Culinary Arts or has been enrolled in one of these courses in the past.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Firecracker Squad
This  is  an  all-inclusive  student group of students who  encourage school  spirit.

First Priority

French  Club
French Club  members  perform service  to  the  school and  in the community. Members learn and  share  in traditions and culture of France and French people.They must be enrolled in the corresponding class or have been enrolled previously.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Students must  be  or  have  been  enrolled  in   Career   Technical Education (CTE) class to join.

Future Farmers of America (FFA)

German  Club
German Club provides an opportunity for fellowship among students studying the German language & culture. Its projects include community service, Thanksgiving Baskets, and Operation Christmas Child.

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
HOSA is a service  club  providing health care  and  health  services to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care facilities. Open to students presently enrolled in health science and technology classes.

Maroon and White

Maroon Maniacs


National Honor Society (NHS) 

The  NHS  chapter  of Tennessee High School  has  four  primary  objectives:

  • To create an enthusiasm for scholarship.
  • To stimulate a desire to render service.
  • To promote leadership.
  • To develop character.

Selection of students for membership in the National Honor Society is the responsibility of the faculty council, a five-member board composed of teachers appointed by the principal. The following selection procedures, approved by  the  NHS National Council, are  used  in  selecting members for the Tennessee High School Chapter of the National Honor Society:

The candidate must be a junior or senior who has been in attendance at THS the  equivalent  of  one  term and  has  a cumulative scholastic  average of  at  least 93 percent. The cumulative scholastic average for juniors will be based on their freshman and sophomore grades, and for seniors, it will be based on their freshman, sophomore, and junior grades.

Eligible students will be asked to complete a Student Activity Information Form (SAIF) on which to list and describe activities, both in school and out of school, that demonstrate service, leadership, and character.  (The student must complete this form to be considered for membership; however, completion of the form does not guarantee selection.)  Students will be evaluated by the faculty council on the qualities of leadership, character, and service. The faculty council (composed of five teachers appointed by the principal) will use both the SAIF and the faculty council evaluations in considering the students to be  selected. Students will be selected based on a majority vote.

Definition of volunteerism and/or community service: Voluntary contributions (in hours) made by   student  to  the school or community, done without compensation or course credit and with a positive, courteous, and enthu siastic spirit.

*New  members will be notified by mail  of  their selection.

Rachel’s  Challenge
This club seeks  to  do  GOOD on  the  campus, provide  encouragement, and push away stereotypes and bullying from THS.

Science Bowl

Skills USA
Students  must be  or  have  been  enrolled  in  a Career  & Technical Education (CTE) class to join.

Spanish Club
This club provides community service activities such as food baskets at Thanksgiving and cultural activities such as visits to  an authentic  Mexican Restaurant.

Student Ambassadors

Student Council
SCA  is  the  student  government  for  THS.  Membership  is  by  election. These students are the class officers from each class and the elected council officers.

Technology Student Association  (TSA)
The Technology Student Association (TSA)  is a club  for students  interested in engineering, computer science, and/or digital design. Members will complete various projects and may have an opportunity to compete at TSA competitions. Students  who are enrolled in  Computer Science,  Digital  Arts, and/or STEM classes at Tennessee High School are eligible to join.

Teens Supporting  Sustainability (TSS)
Tennessee  High  School students  work  together  to  identify ways  to  better the environment.

Viking Academy Chess Club

Viking Academy Motorcycle
Students gather to discuss all aspects ofmotorcycles,witha 
strongemphasis on safety.

Viking  Buddies
Viking Buddies  is open  to  all  students  enrolled in  Peer Tutoring. 
Participants will promote acceptance and awareness of individuality and unique abilities. Buddies  will attend school  functions together,  assist  with  Adaptive Athletics, and participate in each other’s interests.

Viking Players
Membership is open to all students who are interested in any aspect of Theatre/Drama as well as those interested in competing in Competition Speech & Drama (forensics).

Viking Robotics
Robotics is a varsity sport for the mind! The Viking Robotics Team works with professional engineers to build a robot which will perform certain tasks in a game challenge. Students learn how to program software, engineering and machine shop skills, website design, marketing, and the importance of teamwork.

Yarn Works



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