Club & Organizations

Fowlerville High School Clubs and Organizations

Art Club
Advisor: Christine Hesch                            Email:
Art Club is in its seventh year  at Fowlerville High School. Anyone may join us; you do not have to be taking an art class. You do need to have a love for the arts, our school and helping people. We meet twice a month after school for one hour. The group decides on what day after school will work out best for them. There is no cost, but I would like to have T-shirts this year for a minimal fee. Activities we participated in last year were:

1.     Painted the PAC windows for Halloween and Christmas
2.     Created posters for advertising the Fall Musical
3.     Did lessons in drawing, painting, and other mediums
4.     Splatter painting which is hung up in our school.
5.     Feast of the Arts- demonstrating art concepts and helping with the kids tables.
6.     Helped organize and run the Smith Art Club for 6 weeks
7.     Face painting at the Smith Picnic

Events to add this year are:
1.     Field trip to an art museum
2.     Art Prize
3.     Create another mural
4.     Helping celebrate Arts Month of March with art activities for all
5.     Help with a JH Art Club
6.     Any other art activity the school asks us to do

We will also have an open studio, for those who have a creative side and want to create.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Contact:  Michelle Wagar - Mentor Livingston       Email: or

High school students are paired with younger kids that may be struggling academically and/or emotionally that could benefit from the exposure of a positive role model. Student "Bigs" meet with their "Little" once a week and participate in various activities.  Mrs. Hardenbrook at the HS has forms.

Advisor: Denise Wood Email:

First Practice Meeting:  November 12, 2019
Lane practices will be on Monday and Friday  from 2:45-4:15 each week at Howell Bowl E Drome.
Learning days are Tuesdays and Thursday 2:30-3:30
Each student athlete will be expected to attend all practices and contests.
Uniform requirements are khaki slacks (no jeans or athletic pants) and a collared team shirt.
Each student will need to have a physical and concussion form completed in order to participate in the sport.
Cost to Participate $150.00  (covers team shirt, lane fees, registration, plus free bowling on non-practice days) 

Class Council
Advisor: Seniors-
             Jason Sperry                Email:
Advisor: Juniors –           Tammy Steffee             Email:
                                                   Chantel Mossoian      Email:
Advisor: Sophomores-  Amanda Tomassi        Email:
                                                  Jill Thomas                    Email:
Advisor: Freshman-       Tammy Steffee             Email:

Serving on Class Council allows students to serve their class in a leadership capacity, plan events, and raise money for activities such as prom and graduation lock-in.

Advisor: Leslie Loughmnan                         Email:
DECA is a national student organization for students interested in business careers. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. FHS DECA students have the opportunity to meet with students from around the state in various business competitions which further their knowledge in specific business topics. There is a great opportunity for networking with students around the country and also with businesses that are involved in DECA. Scholarships are available with a win at a national competition. After school meetings (approx. 2 times/month from November to January) are planned to prepare for competition. 

Gamer Support Group
Advisor: Alden Erdman                                   Email:
Students! Do you like video games, card games, or other kinds of games? Do you wish you could finish your homework before leaving school? Do you want to find other people who share your interests? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Gamer Support Group might be for you! GSG Meets Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and is open to all HS students. Monday and Wednesday function as study days. After school, the classroom will be opened for two hours, giving time to study and complete homework. As long as students participated during one of the study days, students can come to Friday game day. Several types of games will be available: video games, board games, card games, role playing games, etc…game night runs on Friday until 8:00 P.M. Students are welcome to bring their own gaming equipment. However, it is understood that the school takes ZERO RESPONSIBILITY for the condition of said equipment after game night.

Advisor:  Curtis Refior                                      Email:
FFA is the premier youth organization preparing members for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture.  The National FFA organization has over 700,000 members in all 50 states and US territories. FFA is the student organization involved in agricultural education.   FFA prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.  We hold contests, workshops, recreation events, and conventions throughout the school year. All high school students can join FFA, but must be enrolled in an agricultural education class for one year of high school.

French Club
Advisor: Rhonda Dowker                                  Email:
Meets 1 or more times a month from 2:30 -3:30/4 depending on the activity.  Listen for class announcements and activities. Student led activities include French movies, making food, playing games and making projects.  All activities are in room D104 unless otherwise notified. On occasion, the group will take field trips to watch plays, see movies or eat at “nearby” restaurants.

High School Chess Club
Advisor: Ken Damerow                              Email:
Meets Mondays from 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM starting 9/9/19 in Room D209.  Scholastic chess combines educational and social activities. Members come to play, learn, teach, and get together with old friends and make new ones. The players - no matter what their level of skill, experience, or age - speak a common language, one that is often not understood in other areas of life. The rivalries are friendly. Our club offers a variety of activities from speed chess and rated games to lectures by Chess Masters and tournament play. The club will cater to players of all types - recreational players as well as serious tournament players. Every member is important to the success of the club. Evidence shows that player benefits include improvement in literary, math, critical thinking, and life skills - including sustained focus, conflict resolution, respect, and more.

InterAct Club
Advisor: Tammy Steffee                           Email:
InterAct is Rotary International's service club for young people ages 12 to 18, and is a great way for students to complete community service hours. Our club is sponsored by the Fowlerville Rotary club which provides support and guidance to our group. Each year we will attempt to complete at least two community service projects and through these efforts students will:

* Develop leadership skills and personal integrity
* Demonstrate helpfulness and respect for others
* Understand the value of individual responsibility and hard work
* Advance international understanding and goodwill.

Lit(erature) Club
Advisor: Nancy Collins                          Email:
Lit Club is for any student who enjoys reading any kind of books.We meet in the media center on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month after school until 3:15 to talk about what we are reading, look at books with different themes and genres (graphic novels, mystery, etc.), compare books and movies, meet with authors, and much more! You don’t have to be a big reader to join us, you just have to enjoy books and talking with others who do as well! 

National Honor Society
Advisor: Michelle Hardenbrook                   Email:
National Honor Society is a group that recognizes dedicated, hardworking students and allows them to increase achievement through community involvement and leadership roles. Among other things, members are responsible for the design and implementation of service projects of their choosing. NHS also is responsible for the high school blood drive. Please see Advisor for specific requirements for entry.

Science Olympiad
Advisor: Nicole Olszowy                                    Email:
Science Olympiad allows students the opportunity to increase science based skills and compete in local and regional competitions. Categories include technical problem solving, dynamic planet, disease detectives, science materials, experimental design, forestry, rocks and minerals, and boomilever.  This is a great opportunity for students with an interest in science to compete and have fun.  

Student Council
Advisor: Jill Thomas                                           Email:
Student Council is open to all students that want to have their voice represented on a larger scale. Student council plans spirit days, pep-assembly games, and themes for dances.

Tech Club (Theatre Technology Club)
Advisor: Kim Sergent                                         Email:
Tech Club is a working service group that provides technical theatre support for the Alverson Center for Performing Arts. FHS students who may not wish to be in front of the spotlight, are eligible to train for opportunities to be a part of, in-school as well as out-of-school, stage productions. Tech Club members are responsible for behind-the-scenes operation, design and support in such areas as stage assistance and management, properties, costuming, rigging, sound/audio and lighting. Tech Club meets every Wednesday from 2:30 to 4:15.

Youth Activation Committee  (YAC)
Advisor:  Jennifer Connor                             Email:
The YAC consists of youth leaders with and without disabilities who work together to plan school-wide inclusion activities,  promote inclusive athletic events and organize school-wide community service events.  The YAC takes responsibility for the promotion of the Unified Sports programs at FHS. Our Unified Sports include Bowling, Poly Hockey (floor hockey), Cheerleading, Athletics (Track) and Bocce Ball.  Each year the YAC organizes a school-wide non perishable food drive for the Family Impact Center and a pet supply drive for the Humane Society of Livingston County. The YAC also helps to educate our student body about inclusion and acceptance during a week long disability awareness week.  YAC members educate, motivate and activate youth to become agents of change in our community through advocacy for respect, inclusion and acceptance for all people. Meetings are on Mondays in B-101 2:30 - 3:00.  

German Club 
Advisor: Jade Huffman                           Email:
German Club meets twice per month. At the first monthly meeting we learn about holidays celebrations and traditions that take place in that month in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. At the second meeting of the month we learn German games, make German food, or watch German films. Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month in E-101 from 2:15-3:15.