• Clubs & Sponsors

    AFJROTC Maj. McClay / Sgt. Scott
    Anime & Video Game Club M. Todarello 
    BETA Club /
    SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere)
    L. Anundson
    Battle of the Books Club  S. Swanke
    CIS (Communities in Schools) T. Bowden / K. Young
    Coloring & Crafts A. Reynolds
    Culinary Service  
    Montgomery Central FFA K. Johnson/R. Calicutt 
    Hunter Safety L. Jordan / D. Kern
    Multicultural Club S. Moore
    Photography P. Spivey
    Project Pals S. Harvell
    Prom S. Talbert / S. Panzer / T. Auman / S. Smith
    SkillsUSA D. Kern / C. Galloway / 
    Sports Medicine J. Lynthacum
    Student Council L. Shoffner / K. Kimrey
    Sunflower Club L. Douglas
    Timberwolf Community Super Fan Club J. Pieczyski

    * New clubs may be added throughout the school year as approved by the principal.

    • Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) Club - Being a member of the AFROTC Club will give you firsthand knowledge of Montgomery Central High School’s AFJROTC program.  Instructors and current cadets will involve you in an array of activities such as, launching rockets, flying drones, field games, keeping you up to date on upcoming AFJROTC field trips/community service projects.  Come join the Fun, “Aim High Air Force”.
    • Anime and Video Game Club –In this club, you will be assigned an anime to watch, and then we’ll come together as a group to talk about it. We will discuss and analyze the show, the different genres of Anime, and Japanese culture and its increasing popularity in the West. For the gamers, we will discuss new releases of games, share insight into our favorite games, and hold tournaments and events for popular games. Club members are not required to pay any fees, but participation in tournaments/events will cost a small fee to support the club. 
    • Art Club –The Art Club will offer students an opportunity to explore real life applications of their artistic expression.  We’ll create artworks for the school and possibly the community, exploring positive symbolic and expressionist themes.  Possible media could include mosaic tile installation (utilizing the school’s pottery department), two- or three-dimensional extruded foam wall art, vinyl decals, banners, metal signs, plexiglass, and styrene artworks.
    • BETA/SAVE –Beta Club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among secondary school students.  SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs are a place for young people across the country to show their leadership, creativity and passion for protecting their friends, schools and communities from violence BEFORE it happens.
    • Battle of the Books Club – Sharon Swanke - to read and practice quizzing on the BOB Listed Books for this year's competition. 
    • Coloring & Craft Club –This club is open to all students who enjoy coloring and crafting. Students will have opportunities to relax and unwind as they color anti-stress coloring pages; several choices will be provided each meeting. Occasionally, students will have opportunities to learn new crafting skills, such as cross stitching, crocheting, hand lettering, or other crafts. Students may have to pay a small fee for certain crafting supplies provided or may need to bring their own.
    • Communities in Schools Club –CIS Club is a place where students will be surrounded with community support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Students will be able to participate in team-building activities, college tours, mentoring groups, community outreach, and hear motivational speakers.  Students will also have the opportunity to be selected as CIS student-of-the-month voted on by their peers.
    • Culinary Service Club – Open to students who want to learn/practice cooking skills while giving back to the community through service initiatives, such as "Sadie Pops" to find a cure for Sanfillipo Syndrome, treats to first responders, and other projects of interest to the members. 
    • Fellowship of Christian Athletes – Chris Metzger - FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.  Open to athletes in any sport. 
    • Montgomery Central FFA -Montgomery Central FFA is an official chapter of the National FFA Organization. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Chapter members meet to discuss ideas, receive information on various topics, collaborate on current projects, and plan for upcoming events. MC FFA meets in CTE 1612 the Agriculture Lab. 
    • Hunter Safety – HSC is a competitive team.  North Carolina’s Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament (YHEST) is a statewide competition for middle and high-school-age youth. Participants compete in multiple events including shotgun, archery, rifle, orienteering and a written hunting skills exam.
    • MultiCultural Club –The goal of the MultiCultural Club is to promote cultural awareness, diversity, and tolerance within Montgomery Central High School through the exploration of various cultural backgrounds.
    • Photography Club –Great photographs can capture historical moments and inspire others. Club members will learn how to use various photography techniques to create quality photographs.  A maximum of 15 students will be accepted into the club.  See Mr. Spivey if interested.
    • Project Pals – Project Pals allows students in the self-contained classroom to create friendships, experience inclusion, and build independence. This club is open to Juniors and Seniors with passing grades. It is a great program for students interested in a profession in the education field, especially if interested in special education.
    • Prom Committee – Any student interested in participating in the planning and designing of props and decorations for the junior-senior prom are welcome to join.
    • Silent Study Hall – Students who prefer a quieter place are invited during club time to read, work on puzzles, complete schoolwork, etc… 
    • SkillsUSA – SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.
    • Spanish Club – The Spanish Club is geared towards students taking any level of Spanish who would like opportunities to speak Spanish outside the classroom as well as learn more about the various Hispanic cultures.  Possible activities include cooking and sampling foods of Latin America and Spain, viewing films, dancing, fundraising, corresponding with pen pals, taking mini-excursions, playing games, and most importantly, having fun!
    • Sports Medicine Club (this club is a division of SkillsUSA) –Club members will learn the basic aspects of first aid and treatment of sports-related injuries. Students should have taken or be currently enrolled in a Health Science class. Students should expect to meet several times a month as well as serve as “Student Trainers,” (under the direct supervision of the Head Athletic Trainer), during sporting events. Members will participate in the Skills USA competition in April. Dues for the club are $35 which covers all state and national dues.
    • Sunflower Club – The Sunflower Club is open to females in grades 9-12.  There are three main goals of the club: to build, to know, and to value. Our young ladies will be encouraged to build up their confidence, know their self- worth and understand their true value and their importance to the world in which they live while making a positive impact here at MCHS.
    • Timberwolf Community Super Fan Club – Open to students in grades 9 – 12 who want to support our general community and all MCHS sports and other teams (sports, band, chorus, academic teams…).  The Wolfpack members will be expected to attend at least three sporting/academic/community service events each semester.   Dues:  $5 per year; free t-shirt; discount admission prices to events.
    • Student Council – Students elected by their peers to represent them will support the school’s initiatives and have a place at the decision-making table with the administration. 


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