The Native Literary Magazine: 

The mission of “The Native” art & literary magazine is to bring together creative ideas of students and provide a venue for emerging artists and writers. The magazine will provide an opportunity to share creative talents with the local community and school. Highlight creative student work throughout the 2023-2024 school year in art, graphics and literature through a student designed, curated and published multi-page magazine.

Sponsors: Alicia Baynes & Amy Vickery

Click to view the 2021 magazine The Native 2021 . The 2020 magazine can be found here: The Native 2020.

BETA Club:

Service/Leadership - Academic achievement; community service. Activities include Shopping With An Indian, Relay for Life, Elementary service.

Meetings: PAC 1st Thurs monthly & April-Jan 2nd Thurs 3:50-4:45

Sponsor: Barbara Beyke

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Prepares emerging leaders & entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

Meetings: In  BT 105 - Thurs 3:45

Sponsor: Jessica McCuan

Drama Club: 

Designed for students interested in learning about the aspects of theatre.

Meetings: 2nd Wed. of every month

Sponsor: Megan Dickens-Lloyd

French Honor Society: 

Meetings: BT 211 3rd Wed. of the month @ 4pm

Sponsor: Komivi Sodjago

Fun and Fellowship (FCA): 

For students to be able to gather together for some fun and fellowship.

Meetings: PAC

Sponsor: Daniel Moore & James Hunter

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA): 

To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Meetings:  BT 106 Tue 4:30

Sponsor: Dr. Dana Gilbert


The Hispanic organization promoting education chapter's goal is to strengthen students' leadership skills, obtain educational guidance and resources, and give back through community service initiatives.

Meetings:  Weekly meetings

Sponsors: Berenice Flores

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America): 

To empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education.

Meetings:  BT 108 3rd Wed 3:45

Sponsors: Jan Dilbeck

International Thespian Society: 

Recognizes, rewards, and encourages student achievement and celebrates the work of students in all aspects of theatre performance and production.

Meetings: 2nd Wed. of every month

Sponsor: Megan Dickens-Lloyd

King’s Club:  

Provide the young men of McEachern with mentorship, fellowship, and a sense of fraternity; to empower and encourage the male population on campus.

Meetings: MC 107 Every Wed. 3:30-4:30

Sponsor:  Tekeshia Hill

Language and Culture Club:  

Promote multi culture competence and awareness to support McEachern's vision of students who "embrace our diverse world." 

Meetings: BT 200 TBD 4-5

Sponsor:  Jacqueline Hoy & Megan Rogers

Library Ambassadors:  

To engage student leaders in promoting school library programs, resources, and services. 

Meetings: Learning Commons 3rd Friday's 3:30-4:45

Sponsor:  Susan Buckert

MarkerSpace Club:  

Students gathering in McEachern MarkerSpace, engage with the technology and tools available to design and create projects. 

Meetings: 2nd Thursday of month 3:45-4:45


McEachern Book Club:  

To expand members personal literary experience by reading and discussing works chosen by students in a friendly and open atmosphere.

Meetings: Learning Commons 2nd Friday's 3:30-4:45

Sponsor:  Susan Buckert

McEachern Chorus:  

To provide enrichment and skill development in the areas of music and vocal performance.

Meetings: Daily Classes


MHS Cutz Barbering Club:  

The club is an extension of the Cosmetology Curriculum to allow students exposure to the world of barbering.

Meetings: CT 101 Mon. 4-6

Sponsor: Jasmin Douglas

Mighty Indians Cheer Squad:  

To allow students with disabilities an opportunity to get involved with their peers and cheer at home football games. 

Sponsor: Tandrea Rhodes

National Art Honor Society (N.A.H.S.): 

To use art and creativity to spread positivity throughout our school and community.

Meetings: FC 03 Wed. 3:30-5:30

Sponsor: Danielle Walker

National Science Honors Society:  

To promote the importance of science and STEM across our community.

Meetings: FC 110 Wednesday of every other month @ 3:45

Sponsor: Season Stalcup

National Technical Honor Society (NTHS):  

To recognize outstanding student achievement in career and technical education.

Meetings: 2nd Tues of every month Dobbs 205 @ 7:40am

Sponsor: Leah Walker

Reading Team: 

To promote reading literacy among students via the Georgia Peach Book Award for teens nominees and competition.

Meetings: Media Center 3:45-4:30

Sponsor: Amy Vickrey

Science Club: 

The purpose is to help students explore & expand their knowledge in all science fields.



Co-Curricular club that allows students to learn leadership and career readiness skills needed to be successful in Career Technology.

Meetings: CT 103 Tues. 3:30-5:00

Sponsor: Jasmin Douglas

Spanish Honor Society: 

To recognize outstanding scholarship in the Spanish language and francophone literatures.

Meetings: BT 205 3rd Tues. Of every month

Sponsors: Jennifer Riley

Student Council Association: 

Provide Students with experiences in leadership development.

Meetings: RH Museum 1st Tues. 3:45-4:30

Sponsors: Katie Nicolson

The Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy: 

Train and equip student leaders to make an impact in their communities through action.

Meetings: FC 07 Thurs @ 8a.m. & 3:30p.m.

Sponsors: Carla Henry

Tri-M Music Honor Society:

To promote high levels of musicianship, school and community service collaboration and life long learning.

Meetings: Orchestra Rm Wed@ 3:45

Sponsor: Michelle Clupper

Tribe Styles Design Team:

The Club is an extension of the Cosmetology Curriculum to allow students exposure to the world of barbering.

Meetings: CT 101 Wed. 3:30-5:00

Sponsor: Jasmin Douglas

Vibe Dance Team:  

To provide halftime performances for MHS basketball games, rallies and other school events.

Meetings: Tues/Wed/Thurs. Hospitality Rm (Bottom of Lovingood Gym) 3:45-5pm

Sponsor: Tekeshia Hill