Clubs and Activities
Middle and Upper School students are encouraged to join a club that interests them. Clubs foster creativity, friendship, and responsibility outside the classroom. Some clubs will have dues. All clubs are asked to do a project for the school and for the community.
This club competes in archery competitions throughout the area and state.
Middle School Chess Club
This club is for 5th-8th grade students and faculty who enjoy or would like to learn the classic game of chess.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA promotes Christian values through participation in outside activities. Students need not be a member of an athletic team to be a member of FCA.
Interact is a Rotary International-sponsored service club for young people. Interact gives Upper School students an opportunity to participate in meaningful service projects. Along the way, Interactors develop their leadership skills and initiative. Interact Club carries out two service projects a year: one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding.
Sr. Scholars’ Bowl, open to students in grades 9-12, and Jr. Scholars’ Bowl, open to students in grades 7-8, study and practice together to prepare for participation in academic competitions.
This club is for students who are taking art and would like the opportunity to work with others who share an interest in art.
Students meet weekly to promote Christian support of fellow students.
Model United Nations
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an educational simulation and/or academic competition in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. MUN involves and teaches research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is the students’ representative body. It presides over the general homeroom period, promotes school spirit, sponsors the homecoming activities, assigns lockers and parking spaces, and organizes activities throughout the year. In the spring, the student body elects a president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer to serve as officers for the upcoming year. Any interested students who complete the required application may serve on the Student Council.
French, German, Latin, and Spanish Clubs
These clubs promote the language and culture of each world and classical language offered at Houston Academy. The language clubs sponsor a Language Week celebration and organize cultural experiences relative to their language’s culture.
National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society
In February, the National Honor Society recognizes students with a 3.52 grade point in core classes who have displayed outstanding, character, scholarship, leadership, and citizenship.
This club is for students with an interest in working with computers. Computer Club members also participate in school service projects, such as the Community Coat Drive.
The Houston Academy Rescue Team in grades 9-12 assists the Wiregrass Humane Society in helping area homeless pets.
The Robotics club takes students of all interests and they work together in building a robot for competition. This involves taking a real-life problem designed by engineers within the community and challenges the students to solve the problem using a variety of methods.
HA Raider Ambassadors
Houston Academy Student Ambassadors are a prestigious team of HA’s top student leaders who participate in special events in an official capacity. These students act as liaisons between the school and prospective students, their families, guests, alumni, business partners and friends of the school. The Ambassador program provides student leaders to assist in admission efforts, college connection efforts, campus wide events, and promote the image of Houston Academy to Dothan and the surrounding community.
HA Ambassador Application.