Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO)
aka: CTE Clubs
All students are encouraged to actively participate in extracurricular activities/clubs offered at EHS. Students participating in after-school activities must have supervision by the club’s faculty or staff supervisor. The CTSO clubs below are scheduled for the 2017—2018 school year.
The purpose of the CSI Team is to allow students the ability to display the skills learned during the entire Criminal Justice curriculum and compete against other programs in the region. There are not regular meeting times. Most participants have taken Forensics and merely practice their skills the week before the competition that occurs in November of each school year.
- Sponsors: Mr. Ryan Presnell, Mr. Kenny Hardin
Top Gun Aviation Club
The Top Gun Club is a club that meets after school on a regular basis to discover aviation through a series of discussions, hands-on activities, and tours of different facilities. The primary objective is to encourage students to remain drug free, as well as helping them to discover different careers they can take for achieving their life goals. During the school year, the CTSO will participate in many different trips and activities, some of which include, but are not limited to, tours of the Elizabethton Municipal Airport, Edwards and Associates in Piney Flats, the United Company’s hangar at Tri-Cities Regional Airport and the ATC tower at Tri-Cities Regional Airport.
Family, Career, and Community Leaders (FCCLA)
FCCLA is a nonprofit, national career and technical student organization for young men and women interested in family and consumer sciences education in public and private schools through grade twelve. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and addresses important personal, family, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
The FBLA is a service and leadership organization that is dedicated to creating opportunities and teaching skills vital to success in not only the business world, but the real world as well.
- Sponsors: Ms. Angie Wilber, Mr. Charles Dugger, Mr. Ryan White, Mr. Jason Clevinger, and Mr. Reid Casey
- State Link: http://www.fblatn.org/
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
The FFA promotes an appreciation and understanding of agriculture. Members of this group have planted most of the flowers and shrubs on our campus.
Health Occupation Students of America
The HOSA club (Health Occupations of America) is a national vocational student organization, focusing on the enrichment and delivery of quality health care to all people. Members are students who are taking or have taken a Health Science Class while they are attending EHS. It is a wonderful opportunity to compete in Health Science Competitions at the Regional, State, and National level. The club hosts two blood drives each year as a Community Service Outreach Project. We have the Fall Blood Drive on the “open football game Friday day” during Football Season and we try to have the Spring Fall Blood Drive on the last available Friday in April, before testing. We are known for our sale of roses around Valentine’s Day as a fundraiser. The HOSA club is a wonderful way to make friends with fellow students who are considering a career in the field of health care.
Skills USA is a combination of various career/technical education (CTE) skills. Students will meet on a regular basis to discuss and work together addressing different components of the CTE program at EHS.
- Sponsor(s): Mr. Kenny Hardin, Mr. David Campbell, Mr. Dan Mills, Mr. Paul Linberg, and Mr. Ryan Presnell
- State Link: http://site1.tnskillsusa.com/