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. For more information about student organizations, go to the District Policy IGDA - SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS.
Activities Director: Justin Stephens
|School Sponsored Activities and Clubs||Sponsor||Meeting Times||Location|
This high school chapter of the worldwide non-partisan Human Rights organization works on behalf of prisoners of conscience and takes action against some of the gravest violations by governments of people’s civil and political rights.
|Elaine Holmes||Lunch Wednesdays weekly||P107|
|Asian Student Organization
A diverse group of students who want to celebrate and learn about Asian Culture.
|Ben Rude||Lunch, every third Monday||P111|
|Banjo Club||Chris Tholl||Lunch Mondays||P101|
This club is available to all students who are interested in biking, learning more about how bikes function, getting information about community cycling opportunities, and sharing rides, routes, scars, and stories
|Mitch Schneider||Lunch on Wednesdays||ML|
|Black Student Union
This club is description is coming soon
|Laurel Harris||Lunch Wednesdays||P115|
Quarter 1 - 4th Period
Q2, Q3, Q4 during lunch by invite
Boosters promotes school spirit
|Pam Davidson, Rebecca Garrett||Lunch Tuesdays||P205|
Book club promotes reading and conversing about books while encouraging students to read for the joy of the practice
|Erin O'Connor||Lunch Wednesdays||LTC|
|Chess Club||Billy McDonald||Lunch Thursdays||P213|
|College Preparation Club
Providing resources for students during their journey to college including SAT prep, and writing college applications and essays
This organization is designed for students interested in marketing and business and MUST be enrolled in a business/marketing class in order to participate.
|Kyle Coles, Jason Miller, Laura Pearson||2nd & 4th Thursdays||M203/205|
|Drones Flyer Club||Lunch 2nd and 4th Wednesdays||L105|
|E-Sports||Chance Yung||Wednesday meeting Lunch; Thursday Matches (4:00 / 4:30)||L110|
We are a group of students dedicated to making FCHS a more environmentally sustainable school by engaging and educating the student population on topics such as the importance of recycling, conservation, and keeping the school clean.
|Michelle Bowles||Wednesdays Lunch||L100|
|Fashion Club||TBA||Tuesdays Lunch||M213|
FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences
|Kyle Coles, Jon-Michael Willert||1st & 3rd Thursdays||M203/205|
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a nationally recognized student leadership organization related to career and technical education.
|Fly Tying Club||Chris Tholl||Lunch Thursdays|
|French Club||Angelica Arias Alonso||Lunch Wednesdays||M117|
For those who are interested in the German culture and possibly some language on the side.
|Erin Burradair||Lunch Wednesdays||M102|
Service organization focused on philanthropy and community service
|Billy McDonald||Lunch Fridays||P213|
Also known as Rainbow Road exists to provide a safe space to discuss LGBTQ issues or other issues
|Laurel Harris||2nd and 4th Tuesday during Lunch||P115|
The focus of History Club is learning about history in ways that cannot always be done within the scope of existing history classes at FCHS.
|Billy McDonald||Lunch Tuesdays||P213|
Future Health Professionals, formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America. This CTE student organization is for students interested in careers in the health care field
|Michelle Bowles||1st and 3rd Tuesday, monthly, during lunch||L203|
Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism
|Garret Johnson||Lunch every other Tuesday with exceptions||L109|
This group produces a weekly online broadcast about activities and people at FCHS using state of the art digital film and editing facilities.
|Anne Colwell||KLYD Studio|
Teams of four students plus two alternates compete to answer questions from most fields including science, history, geography, mathematics, literature, grammar, music, arts and sports.
|Ryan Bishop||Lunch Mondays||L102|
|Latin American Student Alliance (LASA)
Provide leadership opportunities for Hispanic Students and educate the student body about Latino History/Culture.
|Jody Snow||Common Lunch Wednesdays||
The Freshman transition program is facilitated by Link Crew who help the freshmen adjust to FCHS by serving as guides, role models and mentors.
|CaraShea Hughes, Elisa Branaman, Amber Miller, Melanie Smith|
|Mathematics Honor Society
The FCHS Chapter of Mu Alpha is dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school.
|Ryan Bishop||Lunch 2nd Friday Monthly||L100|
Mock Trial can be one of the most memorable and meaningful learning experiences that students can have. As students take on the roles of attorney, witness, or defendant, they truly begin to understand the implications of the law and how it is interpreted and applied.
|Kelly Keough||Wednesday 5:00-7:00pm||Front Office Conference Room|
Model UN is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and its other multilateral bodies. Students perform an ambassador role while debating topics such as gender equality, climate action, global health, and more. Students are challenged to think and speak about global issues from the perspective of another country's ambassador.
|Nicole Santner||Monday during lunch||P101|
|National Art Honor Society
The National Art Honor Society program inspires and recognizes creative students in grades 9-12 who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in Visual Art.
|Tara Lanterman||Lunch Last Wednesday of each month||R105|
|National Honor Society
NHS recognizes and promotes outstanding students in FCHS, providing service to school and community and to promote excellence in and out of the classroom
|Sarah Keller||1st Fridays 8:15am||P100|
|National Ocean Sciences Bowl
Students study the science of the oceans. During competition, teams of 4-5 students compete to answer questions about the oceans in the fields of chemistry, physics, biology and earth science.
|Peter Workman||Lunch Thursdays||L207|
|National Speech & Debate Association
FCHS Speech and Debate is nationally chartered by the NSDA, competing in local, state, out of state, and national tournaments, with entries in over a dozen types of speaking events.
|Jason Clarke, Kirsten Arneson||Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:15-6:00pm||TBD|
|National Technical Honor Society
NTHS is an important career investment, respected by business, industry, and education that will add value and prestige to your professional portfolio
|New Student Club
Meet up (virtually) to chat, share fun stories, and learn more about Fort Collins High School.
|Lauren Harrington||Wednesdays during Lunch|
|Newcomer Club||Blanca Mael||Wednesdays during Lunch|
Peer Counselors give tours of the school to new students and families. Peers are trained in listening, communication, conflict resolution, mediation, diversity and equity.
|Anna Morris, Lauren Harrington||Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays-1st Semester 8:00-9:00am||L100|
The aim of this club is to create engaging podcast content involving FCHS students and staff.
|David Miles||Thursdays after school|
|Queer History and Culture Club||Laurel Harris||2nd and 4th Mondays during common lunch||M121|
|Remington Street Review
This arts and literature magazine contains work submitted by FCHS students. Review members edit, compose, and publish the magazine annually
Teams of four students plus one alternate compete to answer questions from several areas of science (chemistry, physics, biology, math, computer science, earth science, astronomy and energy).
|Peter Workman||Lunch Thursdays||L207|
The Science Olympiad is a competition in which teams of 15 students compete in 23 events
|Science National Honor Society
The SNHS recognizes and promotes outstanding science students in the FCHS community.
|Josanne Lucas||Lunch 1st Thursday||L203|
|School Newspaper /Spilled Ink
Spilled Ink is the student-run news organization at FCHS, to inform the student body about current issues in the school, community, country and world.
|Spanish Club||Megan Folkerts||TBA|
|Student Equity Advocates
Develop student leaders who will identify and advocate for strategies to create and nurture an inclusive environment and more equitable experiences for all FCHS students and families.
|Student Advisory Board
The SAB was created to be a student voice representing all individuals and groups so that the Principal would clearly understand student needs, issues and concerns
Student Council acts as the Fort Collins High School student government
|Craig Rhoades, Mikey Kimsey||4th Period, first and third quarter|
|Successful Career Lambkins
SCL members function as a management team and work collaboratively as they use information and skills they’ve learned and products they’ve produced during Alternative Cooperative Education (ACE) classes to create materials and presentations for competition at the statewide (SC)2 conference.
Students who have completed 6 or more shows at FCHS and who show dedication, integrity, positivity, and a passion for the arts either on or backstage.
|Jason Tyler||Common Lunch||Black Box|
Tri-M recognizes and promotes music through service in the FCHS community.
|John Hermanson||Monthly Meetings at 8:15 AM.||McNeal|
|TSA - Technology Skills||Tara Lanterman||
Fort Collins High School offers Unified Pals that is an extracurricular club offered for all students with and without disabilities.
|Ben Rude Laura Barnes||Lunch 1st and 3rd Thursdays||M109|
|Welding Club/Skills USA||Chuck Hubbeling||Lunch 2nd & 4th Wednesdays||L105|
Wellness Club is a student-run group interested in promoting health, wellness (both physical and mental) and exercise at Fort Collins High School.
This student-run publication class has a year-long format with professional deadlines
|Jason Cunningham||4th Period||P108|
|Other Activities||Monitor(s)||Meeting days/times||Meeting Location|
Junior and sophomore parents organize, fundraise and implement this extravaganza after prom
FCHS offers a number of large and small concert ensembles including a Pep Band that performs at school sporting events, three concert ensembles that play traditional band literature and attend band festivals, a large and small jazz ensemble, and various chamber groups.
FCHS supports six extraordinary choirs. These choirs have consistently received superior ratings at festivals, as well as being selected to perform at multiple CMEA conventions.
|Andraya Perron, Joe Perron|
|Junior / Senior Prom
Junior student council members plan the Junior/Senior Prom
FCHS orchestras are known for excellence. They consistently earn superior ratings at state-level contests.
|Senior Class Sponsors||Craig Rhoades|
|Graduation||Kaitlin Miles, Pam Davidson, Joy Ladzinski|