Description: Cyber-Club is a co-curricular student organization for students interested in Cybersecurity. Meetings will have student-led topics and activities. Activities may include presentations, guest speakers, demonstrations and use of the Virginia Cyber Range for simulated activities.
Purpose: To enhance student knowledge and experiences with cybersecurity topics and techniques.
Description: FBLA is the co-curricular CTE student organization for Business and Informational Technology students. Meetings are typically held after school with occasional conference field trips and service projects.
Purpose:The RCHS Chapter of FBLA promotes business skills and knowledge, supports our local community, and promotes student leadership.
FCCLA is a cocurricular organization that aims to help with family bonds, careers, and participation in the community. Students can take part in the FCCLA club by taking or previously taking one of Mrs. Robyn Sherman or Mr. Corey Wallace’s classes.
There are over 160,000 members and more than 5,400 chapters, RCHS chapter being one! FCCLA teaches young-adults youth concerns that are happening in today’s time. There are eight main purposes of the organization and there are eight Virginia state officers.
This is the RCHS Chapter of the National Honor Society. As a service organization, the RCHS-NHS completes many important projects throughout the year. Members are expected to participate in at least 4 of our NHS projects and complete 20 hours of independent community service each year. Members are also expected to maintain their GPA at 3.0 or higher, be leaders within the school community, and hold themselves to the highest standards of character.
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Students in Rockbridge Promoting Healthy Alternatives
SiRPHA works to better high schools with issues such as vaping, alcohol, drugs, mental health, etc. The club's purpose is to bring the community and high school together by creating activities to help youth understand the dangers of unhealthy behaviors.
Description: TSA enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, whereby members apply and integrate those concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs.
Purpose: to use the skills learned in class and apply them to projects for competitions and the community.
Y Street is the Virginia Foundation For Healthy Youth’s award-winning volunteer initiative for high school students. Since 2004, more than 10,000 youth members have developed skills to engage their communities and drive positive change. Through our obesity, tobacco, and e-cigarette use prevention efforts, we’re working to make Virginia healthier for us all.