We know that it is an important part of learning to add different dimensions in daily life. Let your creative side expand as you participate in fine arts! We are proud of our teachers and know they will provide you with positive experiences that will influence you for years to come. Please visit our links below to find out more about each department.
Clinch Band of P.R.I.D.E. Our school band is a point of pride for our school and our community. The band has received media attention for its fantastic work emphasizing our Panther pride.
Drama Our drama department, led by Lori Thompson, excels at offering our students the opportunity to learn all the aspects of characterization, theater, and performance.
Drama Director: Lori Thompson
For those students looking for a way to get involved with the school, community, or in an academic activity, we have what you’re looking for! Clinch County High has enough clubs and activities to keep any student body busy, and each year brings the opportunity for more. Simply check the eligibility requirements with the teacher sponsor, and we’ll see you at the next meeting!
FFA– Future Farmers of America The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. Dues are $10.00.
Senior Beta Students must have an 89.5 GPA or higher entering the 10th grade. Students are invited to join the Beta Club in the 9th grade. The Beta Club attends the State Beta Club Convention in Savannah each year. Dues are $25.00.
Junior Beta Junior Beta is an academic club at CCHS. Members are 6th through 8th grade students who have made a 90 and above in all subject areas. Junior Beta members work throughout the year on community and service learning projects such as Toys for Tots, Suzie's Friends, working with Mainstreet, Homerville Service League etc. Members also attend a convention during the fall where they present projects that they have completed over the course of the year. Membership dues for continuing members are $10.00, and new members are $20.00.
4-H 4-H is a community where more than 6.5 million young people learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills.
Band of PRIDE
We have begun this year with an extremely talented group of young people in our band program, and we desire all band members to have the attitude that is found in our motto, “The CCHS Band ofP.R.I.D.E!” The“P”is for perfection, we are all committed to achieve and surpass our goals. The“R”is for the respect we give our mentors and each other along the way. The“I”, the“D”, and the“E”are for the inspiration, determination, and effort we need to pursue excellence in everything we do!
At CCHS, we encourage all band members to be involved in both marching band and concert band to live the total band experience. As we grow together into a meaningful band family, we hope your love of music will grow without bounds.
Band Director: Anthony LeCroy
Mr. LeCroy is the director of the CCHS Band of P.R.I.D.E. He earned his bachelors degree in music education from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA.
If you need to contact the band or Mr. LeCroy, please email him or call the school at (912) 487-5366, Ext. 1251.
Athletics builds character and discipline, and it teaches students how to set and achieve goals. Our nationally-recognized athletic teams have grown athletes that went on to become both college and professional players. Several competitive sports are available for students, and we encourage students, staff, parents, and community members to come out and cheer on our Panthers!