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The club activity program is designed to make available many different types of clubs and activities to meet the interests of the student body. A club can be an extra-curricular or a co-curricular activity. An extra-curricular activity is one which is an activity of the school that has no ties to an academic course. A co-curricular activity is an activity that is a mandatory requirement of an academic class. An extra curricular activity that is part of a co-curricular organization is considered a volunteer activity and will be governed under the extra curricular policy. The plans, activities, and functions of each club are decided on and carried out by the members and their elected officers under the direction of an advisor. The success of each activity depends on the loyalty and efforts of the members and the leadership of the officers. A club is only as good as its members make it. Students can make a club and their time fruitful by participating actively. Frankfort High School offers the following clubs and activities:

Extra-Curricular Activities

  • Academic Teams
  • Best Buddies
  • Book Club
  • Crafty Dogs
  • DECA
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • FKOM
  • Forensic Teams
  • Frankfort Fire Dance Team
  • Key Club
  • Language Clubs
  • National Honor Society
  • Plays/MusicalBig Broadcast
  • Robotics
  • Student Council/Class Officers
  • Tri-M
  • Z-Club

Co-Curricular Activities

  • Pep Band
  • Color Guard
  • High Life
  • Cauldron
  • Music Groups (Band, Choir, Orchestra)

Athletics

  • Players
  • Cheerleaders
  • Managers
  • Trainers
  • Athletic Assistants

 

More Information

General Attitude and Behavior Regulations are rules to be followed. They are guides to help students become better leaders. These regulations at Frankfort High School are in effect all year, in or out of school, on or off school grounds. Personal behavior, appearance, and the adequate fulfillment of the responsibilities of the position or activity are also very important and necessary to the overall school’s public image. An extra-curricular activity is one which is an activity of the school that has no ties to an academic course. A co-curricular activity is an activity that is a mandatory requirement of an academic class. An extra curricular activity that is part of a co-curricular organization is considered a volunteer activity and will be governed under the extra curricular policy.
Members of any extra-curricular school club or organization representing the school will be subject to suspension and/or additional service hours as decided by a committee of teacher-sponsors and the administration. All student elected club and organization officers are expected to abide by these rules. In order to participate in any extra-curricular activity, the student must be passing four courses.
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