Student Activities/Clubs

Academic Challenge - The Academic Challenge team gives students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and have FUN while competing in quiz bowl tournaments. We are a TEAM based game of questions and answers on topics such as history, literature, science, math, the arts, and popular culture. Our main competitive season runs from January-March with competitions on Wednesday afternoons.  We practice during FLEX on Tuesdays in Room N509. Practice will consist of the team breaking up into separate groups and simulating actual games based on the next tournament we will play. We plan to begin practice this first week in October and first pre-season tournament will be in November at Clemson University.

Anime Club - The Anime club at Nation Ford High School is for students who enjoy watching, drawing, and discussing Anime and Japanese culture.  The club holds discussions each week on various aspects of Anime, such as favorite characters, different genres, Japanese culture, fan fiction, and any and all things Anime. Some activities include watching video clips, playing games, drawing, and enjoying the company of other anime enthusiasts. If you want to meet other students who share your interest in Anime, then this is the club for you!

Art Club - Art club provides members with opportunities to express individuality through artwork. The work being displayed in unique ways for the schools, community and members themselves.

Beta Club - Beta Club is an academic, leadership, and service organization.  NFHS Beta Club members consist of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. To remain a member of the Nation Ford National Beta Club you must maintain a GPA, of 3.8 (on the SC scale), participate in service activities, attend meetings, and remain in good moral standing, no suspensions.

Character Club - Mission Statement: Improving the character of all students and adults aboard the Nation Ford High School campus.  Purpose: To promote a climate of moral and ethical attitudes and behavior on campus.  
Disc Golf Club - There are currently no meetings after school.  If you are interested please see Coach Craig in N503.  There are students who play after school, most disc golf courses are at public parks, so students initiate times that they are going to meet and play.

Eggnog Club - Eggnog Club is a club dedicated to charity and community service. There are different projects throughout the year that provide opportunities to help out. 

Environmental Club - Environmental Club  brings together students with a wide range of interests -- ecology, nature, wildlife, recycling, habitat creation and maintenance, science, community service, etc. -- to do hands-on projects related to these subjects.  Some of our goals are to expand the recycling program, start a composting practice, beautify one or more areas of the campus, and work with the community to spread awareness about environmental issues.

FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)  - The mission is to promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer science education. The multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader are the focus for character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) - Mission Statement:  FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) is a Christian organization that inspires students to develop their Christian faith and come together in worship, fellowship, service and study.   We meet the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 7:45-8:30am in the Practice Gym.

FBLA (Future Buisness Leaders of America) - Connects students to the workplace, provides opportunities for scholarships, networking, community service, and improving their skill set.  FBLA also have competitive events in over 50 different areas. 

FFA (Future Farmers of America) - FFA is a student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership.   But FFA is not just for students who want to be production farmers; FFA also welcomes members who aspire to careers as teachers, doctors, scientists, business owners and more.  Students must be enrolled or have taken agriculture courses to join the chapter.  FFA is a national organization with local chapters in all 50 states.  FFA chapter members participate in educational travel, competitions, community service, & leadership activities.

Hand to Paw Club - Hand to Paw Club is a service-based organization that works closely with the Fort Mill Humane Society and any other animal centered community needs.  Students collaborate for fundraisers and volunteer time in conjunction with projects within Fort Mill.

Happy Birthday Club - A club designed to have fun and appreciate the great teachers of Nation Ford. There is no need to be a good singer, you just have to know the Happy Birthday song. The club sings in the mornings before school and the list of teacher’s birthdays can be found on Mrs. Ratcliff’s door.

HOSA - Future Health Professionals is a student led organization whose purpose is to provide opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition.  We will meet the 3rd Monday of each Monday after school in A111.

International Club - International Club helps you explore different cultures and their traditions, by having fun, trying different foods, and much more. It also allows you to meet a variety of people and explore new countries and a new way of thinking.

Junior Civitan - Junior Civitan is a community service organization for students.  Members choose local projects to improve their community.  We try to have fun while working to make our community a better place. 

Model UN (Model United Nations)  - Model UN is an organization in which students have the opportunity to role-play delegates of the United Nations as well as simulate United Nation committees. At the end of the year, students in this club will compete in a Model UN competition at Winthrop University.

Mu Alpha Theta - We are dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students.  Students will participate in monthly meetings, and will complete service hours through peer tutoring.

Music Club - In this club we connect with music and people.  It’s the universal language of the world - come discover it with us!

Nation Art Honor Society - National Art Honor Society is an academic club for academic achieving art students.  These students work to create art for the school and community.

Tech Racing (Auto Tech) - This club is for present and past auto tech students (Due to safety requirements) that want to devote some extra time to expanding their training in the automotive trade. Meetings will be during flex, once a week. 

Ultimate Frisbee Club - There are currently no meetings.  The club meets every Friday after school at Sugar Creek Elementary to play games.  The games end between 5-5:15 PM each Friday.

Walking/Workout Club - Provides an outlet to support an increase in physical activity, stress relief, social skills, focus ability and mood enhancement.

Writer's Club - The Writer's Club is a student-run community of young writers, wanting to cultivate their creative talents. We meet regularly to brainstorm, craft, and workshop our pieces by supporting each other through the writing process. Anyone with the desire to tap into their creative outlets and express themselves is welcome to attend. Writing is a process, and we want to be there to share in the experience. 

Young Democrats - Young Democrats of Nation Ford High School is a student club that seeks to educate students about political views, political issues, and the function of the American Political system from the perspective of all political parties, with an emphasis on liberalism.  We will learn to discuss and debate issues in a mature way within our own group and also in discussions with the Young Republicans.

Young Republicans - Young Republicans of Nation Ford High School is a student club that seeks to educate students about political views, political issues, and the function of the American Political system from the perspective of all political parties, with an emphasis on conservatism. We will learn to discuss and debate issues in a mature way within our own group and also in discussions with the Young Democrats.
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