The following table shows the variety of clubs and organizations that are offered at Southeast.
Following are listed some of the many areas of interest which may be available to you at Southeast, depending on student interest and faculty sponsorship. For information about other clubs, organizations, and activities, watch for announcements in your Student Bulletin or visit with your counselors or teachers.
African American Culture Club
Provides students with the opportunity to learn about past, present and future events, accomplishments, and history in African American culture.
Asian Cultural Organization
Learn more about Asian culture
For students interested in Astronomy.
Students construct a robot to play a game and compete against other schools
Students attend games to support teams, Show School Spirit
Business Professionals of America
Students in Business Technology class demonstrate business skills in competitions.
Provide spirit and support for athletics—tryouts required.
Learn and/or play chess
Provides students an opportunity to learn about the Chinese language and culture.
Students will learn and teach others about teen dating violence (Interview required).
Circle of Friends
Students getting together for friendship
A place to hip-hop dance with goal of community and school event performances.
Dance team to support athletics; tryouts required
Students must take class to be in this club.
An organization for students interested in marketing, management, and entrepreneurship
Fantasy & Myth Club
Introduction to Mythology & Fantasy and your imagination
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Club for students enrolled in FACS classes
For students interested in France and French Culture. Interacts with Sister Cities
Future Educators of America
For students interested in the field of teaching.
A group promoting acceptance and tolerance of all humanity
Students share their joy of faith by rejoicing through song.
Helping Young People Endure Realities
JROTC Activities Club
An opportunity for students who are not enrolled in JROTC to participate in JROTC
JROTC Color Guard and Honor Guard
Special unit of JROTC that presents the flags during salute ceremonies
National Forensics League
Organization for debate and forensics students
National Honor Society
Community service organization; members must maintain a 3.5 GPA and volunteer 50 hours a year. Juniors and seniors only.
Students create a school newspaper.
Promote & maintain high standards of well being, educational, character and leadership qualities.
Quill and Scroll
National Organization for students who have been on Newspaper or Yearbook staff for two years
Students Against Destructive Decisions
Students compete against teams from other schools in academic contests.
Interscholastic competition in areas of science, engineering, and technology.
For teens interested in the conservation of resources.
Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica
Club recognizes high achievement in Spanish and promotes Spanish studies with activities and community service.
Elected to organize dances, spirit, and community service activities
Student Technology Leadership Team
Students interested in technology; develop tech projects for competition.
Group that meets to discuss and brainstorm solutions dealing with student issues.
Honor Society for Drama students
Tri-county teams in basketball, soccer, and cheerleading.
Tri-M Honor Society
Service organization made up of music students.
Students gather for creative writing, peer editing and additional writing skill development.
Students create the school yearbook.
Support group for Pregnant Teens and Teen Moms; Mentor Provided.