Clubs

Student Clubs and Activites

The Student Activities Program oversees the development of students through activities that are built around their own special interests, talents, and abilities. The opportunity to help develop students by accessing desires, interests, aptitudes and motivations that they already have offers untold advantages. With these students already motivated from within, involvement in these activities may be the reason some students will more naturally want to develop practical life skills like goal-setting and time management. The Clubs available at Foundation Preparatory Academy will depend on the interests and talents of the students enrolled in the Academy.

Robotics Club

The purpose of the FPA Robotics Club is to provide an understanding of robotics while developing critical thinking and logic. In addition, the students will practice good sportsmanship in competitions between other schools. The Dow Chemical Company sponsors the Robotics Club.

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club promotes awareness, appreciation and understanding of the people and diverse cultural productions of the Hispanic/Latino world. It also contributes and encourages the study and appreciation of the Spanish language. The Spanish Club is open to junior high and senior high school students who are currently enrolled in a Spanish class or have previously completed two year of Spanish or are native speakers.

Yearbook Club

The Yearbook Club allows High School students to learn basic skills in photojournalism, yearbook design and layout. Students will be responsible for publishing the annual Foundation Preparatory Academy yearbook.

Leadership Council

Upper classman are selected by the administration help make campus decisions, guide younger students and lead activities on campus.

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is an organization that recognizes outstanding achievement by high school students. NHS students are expected to display excellence in scholarship, leadership, service and character. SELECTION PROCESS