Fort Collins Lambkins

Where Excellence is Expected

Student Organizations

Students have many opportunities to become involved at Fort Collins High School. There are a variety of student organizations to meet the interests of most students. Below is a listing of our student organizations, and a link to the website if available. Please contact the activity sponsor if you need additional information. For a listing of sponsors and club descriptions, please go to the Activities Handbook.  For more information about student organizations, go to the District Policy IGDA - SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS.

Click Here for Meeting Times: Meeting Times may vary in Remote Learning Phase 1, 2 & 3

For more information about a specific club or activity select the links below.
 

School-Sponsored Activities

Key Club
After Prom Knowledge Bowl Science Bowl
African American Student Society Latin American Student Alliance Science Olympiad
Ag Club Link Crew Science National Honor Society
Amnesty International Mathematics Honor Society (MATh) School Newspaper/Spilled Ink
Asian Student Organization MESA  Senior's Graduation
Band Mock Trial Spanish Club
Boosters Spectrum (GLBTQ) Group
Bike Club Model UN Student Advisory Board
Bluegrass Jam Club Musicals Student Council
Choir National Art Honor Society Successful Career Lambkins
Cyber Security Club National Business Honor Society Tower Dance
Diverse Leaders Club National Honor Society Tower Theater 
DECA National Ocean Sciences Bowl Tri-M
Drones Flyer Club National Speech & Debate Honor Society KLYDtv
Environmental Club National Speech & Debate Association Wellness Club
FBLA National Technical Honor Society Unified Pals
FCCLA Newcomer Club Yearbook
Fly Fishing/Fly Tying Club New Student Club
German Club Orchestra
History Club Peer Counselors
Junior's Prom Remington Street Review

Non-School Sponsored: Student-Initiated and Led Organizations

It is important for both students and parents to understand that Student-Initiated Organizations are NOT school-sponsored, supported or controlled.  They are only granted use of meeting space before or after school.  These groups will have a member of the school staff as a monitor for purposes of general supervision only when meetings are on campus.  Any off-campus meetings or activities are not controlled, supervised, or in any way supported by the school or School District.  Students in these organizations are not provided with any kind of accident or liability insurance.  The District will not provide any funds for these groups.  These organizations shall not engage in any activity that is contrary to law or school rules; that disrupts or clearly threatens to disrupt the orderly operation of the school; or that would adversely affect the health, safety or welfare of any student or school employee.  Failure to comply with these provisions shall be grounds for revocation of the right to continue meeting under this policy. These groups will not have webpages. These MUST re-apply at the beginning of each year. To re-apply, please contact Emily Dunn, edunn@psdschools.org.

National Speech & Debate Association