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4-H: (Denise Herron, sponsor)  Junior (grades 4 – 6) and Senior (grades 7 – 12):  Open to all students meeting age requirements and GPA of 1.5 or higher and not more than one F . Officers are elected by the club members. This is a service organization that also provides very good training.

BETA CLUB: (Leigh Jonson, sponsor) A national non-profit leadership and service organization whose purpose is to stimulate effort, reward achievements, and to encourage and assist its members to continue their education after high school.  The qualifications for individual membership to both FA and the National Beta Club are worthy character, good mentality, credible achievement---GPA of 3.0 cumulative, and commendable attitude.  Prospective membership must be approved by the head of the school along with the sponsor.  Members must maintain a 3.0 high school cumulative GPA to remain a member of the Beta Club. Failure to maintain the required average will result in probation for one nine weeks (no club participation).  The second time will result in suspension from the club for the remainder of the school year or until such time as the required GPA is met.  By-laws of the FA charter and of the National Beta Club are available through the administration.

HONOR STUDENT:  To be considered for valedictory and salutatory honors at graduation, a student must have attended FA for eight consecutive semesters (9-12 grades).  Beta honors transfer among schools via the National Club.  MAIS Honor Society status (3.5 or better GPA) must be earned by the end of the junior year in order to qualify for graduation honors.

Cumulative GPAs are determined by calculating the total numerical points (not percentages)  for all NINE-weeks completed and dividing that total by the number of grades used. In case of multiple valedictorians, no salutatorian will be named.

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN STUDENTS: This club is responsible for organizing and conducting chapel services and for promoting and fostering good citizenship, good sportsmanship, and Christ-like qualities in all activities of our school.  Students in grades 7-12 are eligible for membership.  A student must have a 2.0 GPA for membership and must remain in good standing with the school and the community.

NOTE:  Any club sponsored by a parent volunteer will be assigned a faculty member advisor/mentor to help with school procedures, rules and policies, disciplinary questions, and day-to-day workings.  This advisor and parent should work closely together and closely with the administration in order to assure that all rules are followed and that a smooth transition for the club can be attained.


**All student elections and requirements for eligibility of honors may be reviewed and modified by the FA Board of Directors to ensure all students have equal and fair opportunity for recognition and participation.

Eligibility for Mr. and Miss FA

  1. seniors who have attended FA for 8 consecutive high school semesters
  2. 2.5 or better GPA
  3. good school and community standing**
  4. elected by student body grades 9-12 via secret ballot
  5. votes counted by yearbook sponsor and administration


  1. 2.0 GPA or better
  2. good school and community standing **
  3. Restrictions to some honors as outlined by yearbook sponsor with administrative approval will be announced prior to elections.

** defined as academic strength, regular attendance, lack of excessive disciplinary referrals, teacher, review and recommendation, and school citizenship roles, AND respectable and reputable behavior in the community.


  1. top 2 candidates after primary election will be placed in a run-off if no clear majority (anything over 50%) occurs on first ballot
  2. administration will verify and certify ALL voting procedures and outcomes

HOMECOMING: (football)

  1. Maids from 7-12 will be elected by secret ballot of  each respective class; queen shall be elected from the senior class by student population grades 7-12.  (run-off information applies)
  2. administration will conduct and certify the votes
  3. Girls must have been a student for a full year prior to election
  4. must have a 2.5 GPA or higher and be in good school/community standing
  5. Football team may choose to elect by vote of its players any one eligible girl (grades 7-12) not already a court member to serve as its football sweetheart. Secret ballot vote shall be conducted and counted by administration.  Run off information applies.
  6. Ball bearer and crown bearer (boy and girl) shall be chosen from the eligible K-3 student children of faculty members by a ranking system of age and seniority at FA.  Administration and homecoming coordinator shall be responsible for final determination in case of multiple eligibilities.