Activities at Avery County High School
Student engagement in extra curricular activities helps to develop social and leadership skills while enriching the school experience.
Below you will find a list and description of activities available at Avery County High School.
The Drama Club is opened to all students. These students produce and preform two plays each year.
The Drama Club is gearing up for our production of Back to the Eighties on May 3, 4, 5, 10, 11 and 12. Tickets will be on sale starting in April and can be bought in advance or at the door.
FFA (Future Farmers of America)
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve!
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.
FBLA will be attending regional competition at East Surry High School on December 1st.
We meet each Thursday during lunch in Room 200.
FCA / UIC (Fellowship of Christian Athletes - United in Christ)
Avery FCA/UIC strives see the word transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of students. We are a Christian-based, student led club.
We meet each Tuesday in the mini-theater during lunch.FCA/UIC will be sponsoring Fields of Faith on October 10th immediately following the soccer game around 7:30.
HOSA (Future Health Professionals)
Mountain Alliance (Avery)
Mountain Alliance provides transformative experiences and support to all Avery and Watauga teenagers, regardless of means or background. Through volunteer service, challenging outdoor adventure, cultural outings, after school academic support and mentorship, we strive to unlock the leadership potential present in every teen.
Mountain Alliance has 4 Core Programs
Adventure activities challenge and empower students to identify and value their personal strengths, and the strengths of others. Adventure activities are designed to shape the confidence of the individual and provide youth with an opportunity to challenge themselves in a supportive and safe environment. Students will learn to overcome obstacles, embrace adversity, and cultivate leadership skills.
Service - Through service outings students gain a sense of perspective, understanding and concern for those around them, and a new appreciation for the betterment of the community while gaining insight into social and environmental issues. Students will learn to see the impact their actions and decisions have upon themselves and others - a crucial awareness in developing the character of tomorrow’s leaders.
Cultural - Cultural experiences and outings enrich the lives of students through experience and hands on learning.
School's Out - Need a place to relax after school? Drop by the "School's Out" program in either the Avery High or Watauga High Library. Open Monday through Thursday until 6pm. No need to register, just come by anytime before 6. This is a great place to do homework, work on projects, get some help with school work, find a tutor, play ping pong, or just chill. We provide free snacks, free school supplies, and assistance with school work available every day.
School's Out is free to any high school aged student in Avery County.
Open Monday - Thursday, from when school ends until 6pm. Program is hosted in the Avery High Media Center.
Students can come by at any point and for any length of time until 6pm.
Academic support. School's Out is a great place to work on homework or projects or get some help with school work. We can also help coordinate a tutor in many cases.
Relax: Nothing you want to work on? Feel free to relax, play ping pong, etc.
Free snacks, free school supplies.
Student Council is a group of students representing each grade elected by their peers to assist in planning school policy, organizing and leading school events and activities, and advocating for issues and interests that directly concern students.
Student council meets every Friday in Room 219
Student Body President - Ellie Kitchen
Student Body Vice-President - Brooke Buchanan
Shelby Barrier Cody Laws
RM 113 RM 219
Students interested in becoming educators can get experience working in elementary, middle and high school classrooms through the teacher cadet program.
TSA (Technology Student Association)