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The AFS is an organization which sponsors an international and notional exchange of high school students. Its purpose is to promote understanding among nations. Each year the Chilton High School Student Chapter welcomes at least one new student from another country. At least one of our own students also spends a summer or a year abroad. Through various activities of the club, the students learn to work together to develop lasting friendships. Any student may become a member of AFS.
The Art Club is open to all high school students. The aim of the club is to promote art in the school and the community. The club will sponsor at least two art shows during the school year.
The unit practices primarily at night so students can participate in other extra curricular activities including sports. Students need not be in the band program to join. The cost of the program includes the purchase of one pair of black shoes. All uniforms, equipment, and other appearances are provided free of charge. There is a possibility of other appearances for the color guard during the winter, if suitable events are available, and school schedule permits participation. Along with indoor color guard shows, the color guard unit will appear with the high school band in several summer parade appearances, including: The Chilton Memorial Day Parade, the Chilton-Fest Parade, and special appearances as approved by our school district. Students are asked to sign up as soon as possible with the Band Director in the band room.
The primary purpose of the Drama Club is the promotion of and appreciation for dramatics. Out-of-town trips to important plays highlight the groups activities.
The purpose of FBLA is to provide, as an integral part of the instructional program, additional integrated learning opportunities for students to develop career supportive competencies and to promote civic and personal responsibilities.
Any high school student possessing interest and initiative to improve his/her ability in speaking before the public may participate in forensics. Forensics activities include four minute speech, original oratory, serious and humorous declamation, interpretive reading of prose and poetry, play acting extemporaneous speaking, and public address. In any of these divisions, the student gains poise and develops his/her abilities by participating in contest.
FFA is a youth organization that focuses on premier leadership, personal growth and career success. The FFA is open to all students enrolled in agriculture courses or students who complete a supervised agricultural experience (SAE Record book). Activities in the FFA include participating in leadership workshops, career development events, community service opportunities and recreational events. There is something in the FFA for everyone!
The Math Team competes as a member school of the Fox Valley Math League. Students on the Math Team compete academically against many of the top math students in the greater Fox Valley area. Monthly competitions are held throughout the school year and consist of solving problems from a wide range of topics including basic math, algebra, geometry, probability, advanced algebra, and pre-calculus. The Math Team welcomes students from all grades who wish to challenge themselves in this unique way. For a list of member schools, meet procedures, and current league standings, check out the Fox Valley Math League home page at www.fvml.org.
The ideals of the National Honor Society are scholarship, character, leadership, and service. The faculty chooses from the top twenty-five percent of the junior and senior classes. The purpose of the society is to provide able leadership and to serve the students through providing worthwhile activities and suggestions for improvement in the school. The honor society sponsors the annual student awards night. Each member of the Chilton High School National Honor Society will spend at least 15 hours performing tutoring and/or service.
Any student taking Spanish is eligible for membership. Activities include field trips, preparing typical Spanish type foods and social events.
Acting as an intermediary with the school administration, the council selects assembly programs, establishes a code of student conduct, sponsors the annual homecoming festivities, and involves itself in school situations which are of concern to students. The student council provides the opportunity for student leadership and responsibility. It also develops a better student-faculty relationship.
The main purpose of the yearbook staff is to compile a record of the past year's events through pictures and copy. The editor is chosen by the advisor on recommendation of the past editor. All interested students are eligible for the staff.
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