Clubs & Organizations

Our Club/Organization List is currently being updated.  Please check back for the most recent information.  Thank you for your patience!

Academic Competition in Education (ACE)
ACE is an academic quiz competition for high school students in NW Arkansas. The academic competition program started in 1984 and is committed to promoting excellence in academics. Students compete in a range of 14 topics to encourage academic achievement, individual initiative, teamwork, good sportsmanship, and work ethic. Practices are held weekly in Mrs. Mitchell's room. 

Art Club
Art Club is a club for any student interested in the visual arts.  Students are not required to currently be enrolled in an art class.  There are no club dues.  Art Club meets every Thursday after school 3:30-5:30pm. 

The Book Club 
Book Club is open to all grades and for students who love to read.  Danielle Lamont is the originator of the club.  She maintains a monthly newsletter with a website on the High School Library Homepage.  There are rules and regulations given out at the first meeting.  Books read so far this year (2015) are Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman and Sharon Draper's Out of My Mind.  Meetings are held in both A and B lunches.  Students vote on the books they would like to read.  Books read are given each member to keep as their own individual copy to highlight, etc...  

Chess Club
Chess club is an avenue for students to play fun and friendly games of chess to practice and refine their chess playing skills. Chess club meets during both lunches on Wednesdays in Mr. Seaton's room.

Fay Jones Club
Community service seniors interested in architecture . Studying Fay Jones' work at the special collections at Mullins Library / comparing Fay Jones style to Frank Lloyd Wright (field trip to view Frank Lloyd Wright). 

FCCLA - Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America
Members are required to have taken or be enrolled in at least one semester of Family and Consumer Science. The membership dues are $15 every school year. As a club, we serve the community with volunteer work and charitable fundraisers. We also focus on building skills to be leaders in the home and workplace. Members can compete in STAR Events with a project that reaches a FACS topic: Leadership, Relationships, Housing, Clothing, Nutrition, Child Development or Resource Management.

Future Farmers of America
FFA formally known as the Future Farmers of America is an integral part of the agricultural classes.  Students can participate in the 8th – 12th grades as long as they are in an agricultural class to be a member of the FFA.  Yearly dues are paid to be eligible to participate in FFA activities.  The FFA participates is a variety of events at the local, state, and national level in areas of leadership development, competitive judging events, and livestock showing.  The Prairie Grove FFA strives to emphasized hard work ethics and community service through its many events.

National Honor Society
National Honor Society is a club designed to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership and to encourage the development of character in the students of Prairie Grove High School. 

PG Young Democrats
PGYDs aims to grow the political and civil awareness of young people to advocate for progressive issues, and train the next generation of progressive leaders. PGYDs is affiliated with the Young Democrats of America, which founded in 1932, is currently the largest partisan, youth-led political organization in America. Meetings are held monthly in Mr. Seaton's room 116.

Quiz Bowl
PG Quiz Bowl is a Triple A sanctioned academic competition through the Arkansas Governor's Quiz Bowl Association (AGQBA). The goal of Quiz Bowl is to promote academic team competition at various education levels for student knowledge and various content areas. Quiz Bowl started in Arkansas in 1985, and has now grown to nearly every school in the state. Quiz bowl matches consist of four rounds of toss-up, team choice, and bonus categories of varied questions and categories for students to display their knowledge and skill mastery using buzzers. Practices are held weekly in Mrs. Mitchell's room.

SCLA - The Supreme Council of Library Associates. 
Community Service students who volunteer in the High School Library for one class period. Community Service is available only to seniors.  Students meet monthly to discuss needs of the library. Students must maintain A/B grades and be helpful to both students and teachers.