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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Alpha Club This extracurricular athletics-focused club is open to female students to play pick up flag football as well as work on stretching and catching with the returning Girls' Flag Football players during season.Anjelica Blum2.5 and above No After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Best Buddies This extracurricular club promotes inclusion by building one-to-one connections between students with and without an intellectual disability. The club provides opportunities for student leadership positions and trainings as well as serves to educate those with and without IDD on disability awareness and advocacy skills.Michael MayshakNo NoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Black Student Union (BSU)This extracurricular club aims to create a safe space for our black students to speak freely about different issues regarding the black community on campus or around the world.
Michelle Scott No NoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Book Club This extracurricular club provides a space for students who enjoy literature to come together to read and discuss book series together. This year participants will be focusing on the Harry Potter book series and will dive into examining characters and themes as well as make comparisons between the books and films. Participants will also discuss the ideas of being sorted into houses, fan theories, as well as other relevant topics they think are important. Anjelica Blum2.5 and above No After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Campus Life This extracurricular student-led and organized club aims to provide a positive space from the Christian perspective where students can go to have fun with friends, talk about relevant issues and be heard without judgment. It's a place where students are challenged to make good decisions and lead in positive ways in their school. This club provides a positive environment where students can feel safe to be themselves while pursuing a balanced life: mentally, physically, spiritually, and socially.
Wendy Fernsell No No Before School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Cardio Club This extracurricular cardio-focused exercise club gives students a place to work out with their classmates before school. This is a great opportunity for those looking to learn about health and fitness, get fit, make friends, and get ready for their upcoming sports’ season. The goal is to promote a healthy activity for students to participate in and that they can apply to life outside of high school both now and post-graduation.
Caitlin SchubigerNo NoBefore School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Criminal Justice: Honor Guard DrillThis extracurricular club provides a space for Criminal Justice Academy students to practice Honor Guard Drills.Officer Andrew Rundle 2.5 and aboveCriminal Justice Honor Guard After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Dance TeamThis extracurricular club promotes strong self-confidence, self-respect, discipline, and appreciation through the fine art of dance. Students will develop and strengthen their agility, poise, body coordination, endurance, and muscle tone through regular dance practice and will perform choreographed dance routines for school events.Amy McGregor 2.5 and aboveNo After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Debate ClubThis extracurricular club offers students the space and opportunity to acquire and practice higher-level critical thinking skills as well as problem solving and communication skills that go beyond the traditional classroom experience. The debate club also allows for students to acquire and practice analytical skills that foster strong civic disposition.
Antonio AlasNoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Drama Club This extracurricular club aims to provide students with a space to learn and refine acting techniques and to perform for small aduiences. Jennifer Hickman NoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentraleSports Team This extracurricular club aims to provide students a space to game together as an eSports team. The goals of our eSports team are:
● To engage students who are typically not engaged with school, especially outside of school hours,
● To model acceptable, productive online behavior and digital citizenship allowing students to
become conscientious digital citizens,
● To promote a safe and open environment for students with similar interests, to form new
friendships, to learn valuable interpersonal skills through social interaction within the club, and
personal growth, and
● To use the eSports ecosystem to teach sportsmanship, sportsmanlike conduct, marketing, social
media, graphic design, and entrepreneurship among others.
Matthew SheaNoParent Consent and Release RequiredAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral First Priority This extracurricular student-led and organized club aims
1. To encourage friends to understand the importance of living in relationship with God; serve as a resource to help students enhance their spiritual lives and provide an opportunity to integrate beliefs into daily living.
2. To provide members the occasion to grow in their faith and for them to develop into dynamic leaders on the campus and in the community
3. To increase the self-esteem and moral foundation of peers while discouraging premarital sex, substance abuse, bullying, violence, suicide, etc.; that each member will develop a
greater respect for the authority placed over them and pursue a lifestyle consistent to that outlined in the Bible. Club membership is open to any student in this school that agrees with and is able to comply with the stated guidelines in this constitution/by-laws, provided there is no attempt by them to disrupt the meeting. Membership is equated to consistent attendance and participation in the club.
John Counes NoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral F.I.R.S.T. Robotics
(For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
This extracurricular club aims to prepare students for international robotics competitions in which teams from all over the world compete in a unique game/challenge, using similar parts and materials. The club is for members of the F.I.R.S.T. Robotics team and is sponsored through our Choice Academy's affiliation with N.A.F. (National Academy Foundation) and Raytheon Technologies, Inc. Engineering Academy students who participate in the club and competition are also granted internship credit to be applied to their N.A.F. Academy certification. The club is not just open to academy students, but is open to all interested students and will meet weekly to prepare for the 2023 build season. Our partnership with N.A.F. includes provisions for professional engineers from Pratt-Whitney to mentor students during the build season as we prepare for the 2023 South Florida Regional FIRST Robotics Competition. Once the build seasons commences, the club will meet additionally on weekends to design and build the robot.

Matthew SheaNoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral First ServeThis extracurricular club helps youth develop character, competence, and commitment for personal and community improvement via community service involvement. The club focuses on development of two areas for each student to create lasting change: Internal Cultivation of intelligence and character (The cultivation of self awareness and interpersonal relationship skills helps students to be able to see their “blind spots” and lets them better understand their motivations and action) and External Cultivation, which involves access to opportunities and resources (Even with best self-knowledge, change cannot happen without students having access to necessary resources and opportunities to help them believe beyond their circumstances).



Sterling Frederick2.0 and aboveNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Florida Future Educators Association (FFEA)This extracurricular club provides a forum for students to become aware of career opportunities in education and nurtures their interest in teaching as a career. It also provides an avenue for collegiate members to stay informed of the latest issues and advancements in the education profession. Sandra Richards-Hunwick Karyn Colombo NoNoBefore School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Forest Hill Farmers This extracurricular club aims to teach students how to grow and sustain their own food source. Students will learn how nutrients from the earth are able to grow food and ensure food is grown in a safe way free of unnatural substances. Students will see where the food in the supermarkets originated. Students will also learn about pollinators and their role in the human food chain.Ryan Nani2.0 and aboveNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Freshman Class Board Freshman Board is open to any students in the Class of 2026 and is dedicated to providing support and enriching activities for all freshman students at Forest Hill Community High School. The Freshman Board is also composed of elected and appointed members of the freshman class at FHHS. Together these students plan and execute a majority of the freshmen events on campus, including making t-shirts and powderpuff jerseys, organizing for Homecoming, as well fundraising and community service opportunities. Anjelica Blum2.0 and aboveNo After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral GSAThis extracurricular student-led and organized club aims to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment where all students can be themselves, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The club unites LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and support for issues impacting their school communities. TBANoNoTBD
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral HBCU: College Life This extracurricular club aims to encourage students’ interest in Historically Black Colleges & Universities. We seek to raise awareness and demonstrate the significances of HBCUS to students in 9th – 12th grade.
Tammatha Proby Yamilee Emmanuel-Kelly NoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral JROTC: Color Guard & Drum Line The JROTC program is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self discipline. This club provides the space and time for JROTC cadets in Color Guard and Drum Line to practice and refine their skills/craft.
Major Isidro Vazquez2.0 and aboveJROTC CadetsBefore School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral JROTC: Drill TeamThe JROTC program is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self discipline. This club provides the space and time for JROTC cadets on Drill Team to practice and refine their skills/craft.
Sergeant Sousa 2.0 and aboveJROTC Cadets After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral JROTC: MarksmanshipThe JROTC program is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self discipline. This club provides the space and time for JROTC cadets to practice and refine their marksmanship skills/craft.Sergeant Bonner2.0 and aboveJROTC CadetsAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral JROTC: Raiders The JROTC program is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self discipline. This club provides the space and time for JROTC Raiders to practice and refine their marksmanship skills/craft.Sergeant Thibodeau 2.0 and aboveJROTC CadetsAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Junior Class Board Junior Class Board is open to any students in the Class of 2024 and aims to promote the ideals of democracy, the acceptance of all students, and school spirit. Major activities include planning and hosting homecoming, prom, pep-rallies and varies grade-level challenges throughout the school year.
Yezenia Reyes Rivero NoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Key Club Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provie community service, build character, and develp leadership. Join today! Conact Ms. Seedeen-Vargas for more information. Ms. Seedeen-VargasNoNoBefore School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentralLatinos in Action Latinos In Action (LIA) offers an asset-based approach to bridging the graduation and opportunity gap for Latino students, working from within the educational system to create positive change. The program operates as a year-long elective course. The end goal is to empower Latino youth to lead and strengthen their communities through college and career readiness. This is accomplished by focusing on four pillars: leveraging personal and cultural assets, excelling in education, serving the community, and developing leadership skills.Yezenia Reyes Rivero and Mirtha Chaparro2.0 and above Eligibility Requirements include participation in the following:
Weekly Tutoring
LIA Classroom Committee
One Extracurricular Activity
Service Requirements
LIA Behavior Expectations
Rigorous, College-Prep Coursework
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentralLiterary News Journal The Literary Club is a hub for students who appreciate expressing themselves through both reading and writing poetry, prose, and creative works. Members partake in casual and comfortable meetings where they discuss different works of literature, as well as share their own work.The Literary Club also compiles and designs The Hill's two literary magazines, The Nest and Leaves, using student writing, art, and photography. The magazine is distributed to the student body and faculty in December and May.
Kristina PyleNoNoBefore and After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral National Art Honor Society Participation in NAHS provides students, faculty, school, and community with invaluable benefits—including peer recognition, leadership growth opportunities, college and career preparation, recognition of your art program, and so much more. Over the course of the year, students are expected to make an artwork for one of their teachers. Seniors who are graduating have the opportunity to earn a cord for graduation and join the national chapter of the NAHS. Students can meet and conversation about art, eat breakfast, and work on artwork for their teachers and other art endeavors.The purpose of this club is to encourage the creative writing flow of students while providing an environment for engagement and inspiration.
-The club will produce publications of student work
-All forms of writing will be encouraged
-There are no requirements for joining, all students are welcome to join
Kimberly Pirisino 3.0 and above OR
B Average in Art Classes
10th-12th grade students who have taken at least one semester of art at FHHS
Students who are not currently in an art class may participate as long as all other criteria are met. Membership is based upon art scholarship, service, and character.

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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral National Honor Society (NHS)The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921. NHS students and their peers volunteer in their communities at the highest rates and make connecting with and serving within the community a priority. Thus the aim of the organization is to promote positive school climate, provide opportunities to motivate all students to reach their greatest potential in school and in life, and ensure that students are college and career ready. Through NHS, FHHS recognizes its highest achieving students in grades 10-12 with a unique experience that provides a springboard to life.

Sandra Richards-Hunwick Karyn Colombo
3.5 and aboveNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Recycling Club This club provides FHHS with a waste management service as well as provides an opportunity for FHHS students to obtain volunteer hours on campus through a weekly safe, fun social environment and an opportunity to interact with peers while helping the environment and making the world a better place!

Erin NoceraNoNo After School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Students Against Melanoma (SAM)This club provides educational experiences for students which tie together formal and informal learning. Student participation should contribute to the development of personal responsibility, moral values, cooperation, emotional maturity, self-discipline, social competence, individuality and leadership.
Marvelys VinaNoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentralStudent Government AssociationThis student-led group serves to represent the interests and needs of all students on campus. The elected student representatives and general assembly members collaborate with faculty and school leadership to positively impact Forest Hill High School's culture and campus atmosphere through organizing and hosting events, activities, and fundraising as well as providing student representation at School Advisory Council and faculty meetings.Jeffery Coriddi 2.5 and above Application process
No disciplinary referrals for current school year
Regular school attendance
During School (Elective Course)
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral SECMEThis club serves to increase the pool of historically underrepresented and underserved students who will be prepared to enter and complete post-secondary studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), thus creating a diverse and globally competitive workforce. Leah Chalhoub No NoBefore School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Senior Class Board Senior Class Board is open to any students in the Class of 2023 and is dedicated to providing support and enriching activities for all senior students at Forest Hill Community High School. The Senior Class Board is also composed of elected and appointed members of the senior class at FHHS. Together these students plan and execute a majority of the senior events on campus. Sarika Roopnarine NoNo

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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Sophomore Class Board Sophomore Class Board is open to any students in the Class of 2025 and is dedicated to providing support and enriching activities for all sophomore students at Forest Hill Community High School. The Sophomore Class Board is composed of elected and appointed members of the sophomore class at FHHS. Together these students plan and execute a majority of the sophomore events on campus. Jeffery Coriddi NoNoAfter School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Strength ClubThis strength-training exercise club gives students a place to work out with their classmates before school. This is a great opportunity for those looking to learn about health and fitness, get fit, make friends, and get ready for their upcoming sports’ season. The goal is to promote a healthy activity for students to participate in and that they can apply to life outside of high school both now and post-graduation. Caitlin SchubigerNoNoBefore School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentralSuits for Seniors Mentorship Program This club aims to promote post-secondary success and increase societal contributions. Antonio LoydNoNoAfter school
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentral Women of Tomorrow Women of Tomorrow aims to inspire, motivate and empower young women in Grades 9-12 to live up to their full potential through a unique group mentoring program with highly accomplished professional women and scholarship opportunities.Cindy CorcoranNoNoDuring School
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Forest Hill High SchoolCentralYouth Empowered to Prosper - Young Women Who WinYEP aims to develop the power, mindset and skillset within youth to rise above challenges, chart a path to prosperity, and grow into leaders of a better world. The YWWW program provides a unique one-to-one school-based mentoring program for the duration of school year to young women in Grades 9-12. Mentees are matched with professional women among the school's faculty and staff. The goals of the program are for the mentees to maintain satisfactory school attendance, improve /maintain effective coping mechanisms for dealing with stress and problem-solving skills, and improve self-confidence and self-esteem.
Latoya Pegram NoNoDuring School
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