9th Grade Class

Ms. Dutruch & Ms. Chavez

Freshmen Officer Election Packet

10th Grade Class
Ms. Best & Ms. Heintz
Sophomore Officer Election Packet
11th Grade Class
Ms. Pennington & Ms. Este
Junior Officer Election Packet
12th Grade Class

Ms. Fussell, Ms. Russell, Ms. Easterling

Senior Officer Election Packet

Senior Class Bulletin
with Important Dates

Senior Trip Information (TBA)

Senior Trip Permission Form (TBA)

Bulldog Buddies

Mission - To create friendships beyond differences


The goal of Bulldog Buddies is to provide opportunities for students with disabilities to be included / involved in the social side of FHS.  Typical peers are grouped and assigned to a student with special needs.  

  • Bulldog Buddies is the largest club on campus - membership averaging 400+  students.  This is a super fun and life changing organization where friendships are encouraged through various events and activities.
  • The highlight of club membership is volunteering to work Special Olympics in the Spring.  Members must prove commitment to their buddy as evidenced through meeting and event attendance.  

  • The cost to join is $10.00 which includes one club shirt and anyone is eligible to join as long as they meet the deadlines in turning in their paperwork.

  • Monthly meetings are scheduled on Thursday mornings at 7am in the school auditorium (dates to be announced)  and monthly events such as tailgate parties and holiday events during and after school hours.
Environmental Club


The FHS Environmental Awareness Club promotes an awareness of how our activities affect both the global and local environments. The club raises funds for a variety of environmental programs and participates in local programs and projects, such as Keep Mandeville Beautiful, in an effort to preserve and improve our local environment.

FHS Writes

Moderator(s): Ellen Steigman

Meets every Wednesday after school in room 602, from 2:45-3:45.

Key Club


Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.  We work to bring attention and raise funds for needs in our community and nation.

Join us in serving our school and community.  Meetings will be held on every other Tuesday morning at 7:00am in room 230.  Listen to announcements and broadcast.

Mu Alpha Theta

Moderator(s): Jill Sisney, Trey Ryals

Mu Alpha Theta is an honorary mathematics society whose purpose is to inspire a keen interest in mathematics, develop strong scholarship in the subject, and promote the enjoyment of mathematics.

We attend several math tournaments throughout the school year.  Last year we participated in the math tournaments at St. Paul’s, Ben Franklin, Brother Martin, Catholic High, and Baton Rouge Magnet in addition to the state convention in the spring.

Membership Requirements: 
  • To become a member, students must maintain a B-average or higher in honors or gifted mathematics.  Full members must be enrolled in Algebra II or higher.  Associate members are enrolled in Algebra I or Geometry.
  • Membership dues are $20 per year.
  • Students are responsible for the entry fees to any tournament they attend.
  • Students must attend at least one competition to be eligible to attend the state convention.

Regular monthly meeting are held the 3rd Wednesday every month immediately after school in room 928.

National Hispanic Honor Society

Moderator(s): Carol Stumpf and Ashleigh Ladner

By invitation only upon enrollment in Spanish III

Mission Statement: The purpose of this society is to recognize high achievement of high school students in the Spanish and Portuguese languages and to promote a continuing interest in Hispanic and Luso Portuguese studies.

NHHS Calendar of Events

Photography Club

Moderator(s): Ryles, Trey

The mission of the photography club is to promote interest and improve skills in all phases of still photography.

Robotics: FIRST Team 2221, RoboDawgs

Moderator(s): Tracy Hoffman and Alicia Russell

The RoboDawgs have a vision to inspire, teach, and build robots. They incorporate the mission of FIRST which is "to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership."

Not only do the Robodawgs build robots and participate in VEX and FRC Competitions, but they have developed a 12 month program to reach their goals. The members of the team mentor Jr. FFL, FLL, and VEX teams at the elementary, middle and junior high schools in the area. They promote STEM throughout the community and enjoy demonstrating what they design, program, and build. They hold a summer camp for ages 6 - 13; this year's dates have not yet been determined.

One of the causes that the RoboDawgs have taken on to make other aware of is Brain Injury Awareness. March is the month where they promote causes, prevention, statistics, and raise funds for Brain Injury Association of New Orleans to assist them with their research, education and advocacy for those who have suffered brain injuries. March 16, 2016 is Brain Injury Awareness Day and they encourage the FHS community to wear green on this day to show support for their cause.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)


SADD is a National Organization committed to helping young people make positive decisions that advance their health and safety.  The mission is to empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them in their daily lives. 

FHS does not currently have a SADD chapter. To re-start this club students will need to gather 15 interested members that will join and find a teacher to sponsor their club.

Student Council


Responsible for:

  • League of Presidents: communicating with all clubs, organizations, the band, and the honor societies for dates and upcoming events (1st Monday of the month after school)
  • A member of the Leadership Team - reporting the information from the League of Presidents to the Leadership Team (if I remember correctly from the meeting we held at the end of the school year, 2nd Monday of the month after school)
  • New Student Orientation
  • Various staff appreciation events
  • Leadership Building and Communication
  • Regular student council meetings occur weekly during lunch
  • Various school spirit activities throughout the year


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